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OF THE DOCTRINE
UNCONDITIONAL PERSEVERANCE :
IN A DISCOURSE ON HEBREWS 11. 3.
BY THOMAS OLIVERS.
make heed, brethren, lest there be in any of
fou an evil heart of unbelief, in departing
PUBLISHED BY J. SOULE AND T. MASON, FOR
IN THE UNITED STATES.
J.C. Totten, printer.
Sir, As God has made you the first instrument in the present revival of religion in these lands, whereby so many thousands have been turned from the evil of their way; as you have laboured, in carrying on this work, for the long space of upwards of sixty years, and with a degree of zeal, diligence, and fortitude, unknown since the days of the apostles : and as you still continue your mighty labours, without the least abatement, though you are now in the eighty-eighth (or as some say, in the ninetieth) year of your age! and especially, as you have always been the great patron of every doctrine of universal grace, and among the rest,