Experience And Gospel Labours Of The Rev. Benjamin Abbott: To Which Is Annexed A Narrative Of His Life And Death (Classic Reprint)
Experience And Gospel Labours Of The Rev. Benjamin Abbott: To Which Is Annexed A Narrative Of His Life And Death (Classic Reprint)

Experience And Gospel Labours Of The Rev. Benjamin Abbott: To Which Is Annexed A Narrative Of His Life And Death (Classic Reprint)

  • Publish Date: 2017-04-19
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Benjamin Abbott
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Excerpt from Experience and Gospel Labours of the Rev. Benjamin Abbott: To Which Is Annexed a Narrative of His Life and Death

The work is thrown into two parts. Part the First, con tains his experience and gospel labours, previous to his en tering the itinerant connexion of Methodist Preachers; dur ing which time, he visited various parts of New Jersey, Penn sylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. Part the Second, con tains his travels and gospel labours, after he entered the itinerant connexion.

The compiler had an intimate acquaintance with Mr. Abbott for about twenty years, and had knowledge of some things relative to that eminent saint of God (not mentioned in his own manuscripts), which may be acceptable to the reader; he has, therefore, annexed to the work, a Narrative of the life and death of that extraordinary, zealous, faithful, and useful man.

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