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MOST OF THEM
BY JOSEPH BENSON.
"I am not ashamed of the Gospel of CHRIST, for it is
the Power of God unto Salvation to every one that
Rom. i. 16.
2 Cor. iv. 13.
in Town and Country. 1802.
ferent occasions, and written after their delivery, with such alterations and enlargements as were requisite, and published at the request of many who heard them, have all been for fome years before the public. Some of them, as those on the Second Coming of Christ and the Future Misery of the Wicked, and on Sanctification, have gone thro' sundry Editions, and many thousands of them have been circulated in different parts of this Kingdom, especially among the Members of the Methodist Societies and Congregations. And if I may give credit to the information I have received, the divine Blessing has attended the reading of them to martýi individuals, and most of those into whose hands they have fallen, have fignified their approbation of them. They are therefore here collected into one Volume, at the requeft of our last Conference, with a view to their preservation when their Author is no more. Thus, not only my Friends, and those that have been profited by my Ministry, may hive a memorial of me when I am removed out of their fight; but, what may be of much more moment, when dead I may thus speak to those of them that shall survive me; and perhaps also to many others that never knew my face in the flesh, but into whose hands this Book may fall.