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    Samuel Austin. THE NATURE, EXTENT, AND IMPORTANCE, OF THE DUTY, BINDING ON THE CHRISTIAN MINISTER, DIVINELY COMMISSIONED TO BEAR THE WARNINGS OF GOD TO MEN: ILLUSTRATED IN A SERMON... Worcester: Leonard Worcester, 1798. First edition. Half title, 32 pp, disbound and loosened, some browning. Good+.
    Austin takes his text from Ezekiel, xxxiii. 7: "I have set thee a watchman unto the house of Israel." Austin says, "Ministers stand in the same general, spiritual relation to the Church of God, now, in which Prophets, and Apostles stood, in earlier periods."
    Evans 33342. Nichols 355.


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    June, 2014
    19th Thursday
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