London Zion Trumpet, February 1, 1800

London Zion Trumpet

February 01, 1800

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Issue date: Saturday, February 1, 1800

Pages available: 36

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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) - February 1, 1800, London, Middlesex ZION's TRUMPET 9 For FEBRUARY, 1800. Printed by W. Bulgin, fircad-ftreet, BrtsioL ZION's PILGRIM. (Continuedfrom page 15.) 4 w ~ w HEN I had finifl3$djmy remarks, my friend thanked me, *�I am much pleafed" (hp faxd)" I affure you, with your ideas on the fubjeft. You " have^in my opinion, very fweetly fpiritualized the 55 incident of the ftrayed flieep. And you certainly " have ample authority from fcripture for the feveral " obfervations you have made. The frequent allu- fion which is there adopted, to the various circum-" fiances of a iheepfoldj is expjrefsly done with this in- tention, to ;defcribe the Lord's gracious dealings (i with His people, " There is one view of this fuhjeft which hath often ftruck me, but whichj fo far as my reading extends^ '* liath not been Tuflfcientiy noticed, if ^t all, fcy any u writer; I mean, where, Jesus is follawing the " thoufapds of His fold, through all their wayward " paths, amidft the lion's den, and oyer the mountains " of dark nefs^ His eye is ftill over them for good, and, " His arm unremittingly ft retched forth to keep them " from everlafting ruin ; though they, as yet in their " unconfcious ftate^ fenfelefs either of His prefence, u or His favor, are making Him to Jerve with their Jins% � and continue to weary Him with their iniquities I There vol, in. D is ;