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JUSTIFICATION OF A SINNER,
SATAN'S LAW-SUIT WITH HIM.
IN A DIALOGUE
TWO MEN OF DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES.
By WILLIAM HUNTINGTON, S.S.
MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL
AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, LITTLE TITCHFIELD-STREET,
AND AT MONKWELL-STREET MEETING.
FRIXTED BY T. BENSLEY, BOLT COURT, FLEET STREET.
well-Street Meeting on Tuesday Evenings; by T. Green, No. 93, and
COURTEOUS READER, The following treatise is a spiritual medley of heavenly things ;-an entertaiment for the mind and conscience of gracious fouls, who, for the want of gospel light to discern the rich provision and stability of God's covenant, are often sunk to live beneath the privileges thereof. I have frequently heard people, who I believe to be truly gracious, declare themselves to be bowed down, and continually dejected, under the apprehensions of a dreadful scrutiny which they suppose the Saviour will have with them in the day of judgment. In order to remove the believer's groundless fears, to thew him the privileges of the covenant, and to excite his gratitude to God, this little treatise is published. A 2