The first resurrection considered in a series of letters : occasioned by a treatise of the late H. Gipps

The first resurrection considered in a series of letters : occasioned by a treatise of the late H. Gipps

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afc;! #« %' **- *^i m. '^, '% •"i-^X ^ ., . t^e feifirargStom ofam QSequeaf3e^ ^im to615 t^e &i6rat)? of ^eminat^(princeton i^^ofogicaf fdf}^ i^f^i^n • ''.^^v^ ^^k^j.^^'Tj .^>'>.ix f>.--» THE FIRST RESURRECTION CONSIDERED BtvitH ot %ttttv^: BY A TREATISE OF THE LATEOCCASIONED REV. H. GIPPS, LL.B. M.R.I.A.JOSEPH D'ARCY^SIRR, A.M. RECTOR OF KILCOLEMAN. PHILADELPHIA! ORRIN ROGERS, 67 SOUTH STREET.SECOND Dorsey,E. G. PrinteTi 1841. — ADVERTISEMENT. The following pages were penned at the request of the Rev. James Anderson, Rector of Moore and Drum, in the Diocese of Tuam, who into theput Mr. Gipps' book, unexpectedly, hands of the author.—As examination was undertaken, in obedience to the wishes ofa privatethe without any view to pubhcation,friend, and commenced (he work itself is not shaped as it would have been, under other circumstances. Much of the practical bearing of the subject has been omitted—the reader is requested to makeup the deficiency, by bringing every page at once to the test of God's revealed word, and to the throne of grace. The mat- infinite moment; affectters discussed, are of in the deepest manner our respective relations to time and eternity ; and can only subserve any inquiries into them are conducted under thesalutary end when our guidance ofthe Holy Spirit, and in reverent submission to his authority. Oh ! that there were one unanimous cry to arise, from every section— of the visible Church, for the outpouring of the Spirit on the whole.

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BY A TREATISE OF THE LATEOCCASIONED
REV. H. GIPPS, LL.B.
M.R.I.A.JOSEPH D'ARCY^SIRR, A.M.
RECTOR OF KILCOLEMAN.
PHILADELPHIA!
ORRIN ROGERS, 67 SOUTH STREET.SECOND
Dorsey,E. G. PrinteTi
1841.—
ADVERTISEMENT.
The following pages were penned at the request of the Rev. James
Anderson, Rector of Moore and Drum, in the Diocese of Tuam, who
into theput Mr. Gipps' book, unexpectedly, hands of the author.—As
examination was undertaken, in obedience to the wishes ofa privatethe
without any view to pubhcation,friend, and commenced (he work itself
is not shaped as it would have been, under other circumstances. Much
of the practical bearing of the subject has been omitted—the reader is
requested to makeup the deficiency, by bringing every page at once to
the test of God's revealed word, and to the throne of grace. The mat-
infinite moment; affectters discussed, are of in the deepest manner our
respective relations to time and eternity ; and can only subserve any
inquiries into them are conducted under thesalutary end when our
guidance ofthe Holy Spirit, and in reverent submission to his authority.
Oh ! that there were one unanimous cry to arise, from every section—
of the visible Church, for the outpouring of the Spirit on the whole.
Till this event arrive, we shall be torn with dissensions—led astray by
polluted with evils. Itevery error that arises—and — becomes us now
with entreaties that admit of no denial, towith an irrepressible energy,
cry mightily to the Lord to restore his comforts unto us, and revisit
even to take account ofhis vine—for—The Lord is nigh, at the doors,
his servants.