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BY THE REV. HENRY MOORE,
FOR SOME YEARS
ASSISTANT TO THE REV. JOHN WESLEY, A.M.
AND NOW A MEMBER OF
THE METHODIST CONFERENCE.
WITH A BRIEF MEMOIR
HIS LIFE AND CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE,
FROM HIS BIRTH TO THE FIRST CONFERENOE HELD
AFTER THE DEATH OF MR. WESLEY.
Divinity is nothing but a grammar of the language of the Holy Ghost.
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOTT,
66, PATERNOSTER-RO W.
Soon after the commencement of my religious course, my mind became so entirely occupied with a consciousness of my guilty state before God, that no intention of recording any of the particulars, or of the mercy which I sought, had any place in my thoughts. But when it pleased the God of all grace to reveal his Son in me, and to turn my heaviness into joy, I seemed to consider it as my duty to make known to my perishing fellowsinners, that height and depth of love which is in Christ Jesus our Lord,-
Whose blood can make the foulest clean;
This sense of duty increased as I read, from time to time, the records of those
who have thus given glory to God, and
If judg’d a cheat or dreamer where you fly,– certainly Christian love may admit of