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Excerpt from Convert Confirmations: A Discourse Delivered to the Converts From Romanism in West Galway, in September, 1851
The doctrine of justification by faith through the merits of our Lord Jesus C and not of our own works and deservings, the main feature of this salvation. Abide th in the truth, -press forward to the prize your high calling, and continue in the to which you are pledged. And this leads to notice the deep anxiety which the g Apostle, St. Paul, evinced as to the habitual which his youthful convert should make of instruction thus early received: Continue tho says the Apostle, in the things which hast learned, knowing of whom thou hast le them. And if you will allow me to pass the anxiety of the Apostle for Timothy pastoral solicitude for you, my youthful christians, I would now say to you, c you in the things which you have remembering from whom you have them. Value the Christian privileges to you are invited, and stand fast in the li wherewith Christ has made you free. Might still have had your lot where are taught to bow down to idols as their g no holy page of truth and love would have opened to your sight: you might still have among those, over whose soul's welfare no anxiety ever watched; no dying Saviour's would have been presented to your th But the lot has fallen to you in pleasant You are surrounded with abundanl5.
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