London Zion Trumpet, December 1, 1799

London Zion Trumpet

December 01, 1799

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Issue date: Sunday, December 1, 1799

Pages available: 72

Previous edition: Friday, November 1, 1799

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Publication name: London Zion Trumpet

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 1,690

Years available: 1798 - 1801

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Zion's Trumpet (Newspaper) - December 1, 1799, London, Middlesex ZION's TRUMPET, For DECEMBER, 1799. {printed by w. bulgin, broad-street, bristol.} ZION's PILGRIM. {Continuedfrom pagc:$6%.) *Y mind had been much exercifed through thfc night, in reflections upon what I had feeh arid heard at the Prayer-meeting. And the morning had but juft opened upon the earth, when I arbfe to prayer and meditation. "There is fomewhat peculiarly foiemn in the fir ft dawn of day, before the rioify world is rifen. It very powerfully calls the foul to devotion, " Sweet is the breath of morn, her riftng fweet �S With charms of eariiefl birds." Milton. I felt theinfluence, and having boxoed the knee before the God and- Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, 1 entered upon the meditation of the fubjeft, which had engaged my attention fo much the preceding evening. Th� more I considered it, the more I itood convinced, that there is a feed in the earth, which the Lord hath diftinguifhed from the world. And I felt no lefs conviction a!fo,r that it is Divine grace alone, which makes'all that difference between him that strvith'tht Lord, and him that seryeth Him not. But that /fhould LI* be ;