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Letters of John Newton Hardcover – April 20, 2007
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'When thousands have derived repeated profit and pleasure from the perusal of these utterances of the heart! Nor ever will they cease to be found means of grace whilst God has a church on earth.' --William Jay
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Throughout these sad events there ran a divine purpose; and while Newton forgot the Saviour whom his mother had so often commended to him in childhood, and while he became, like one of old, a 'blasphemer and injurious,' it was all leading to a day in the midst of a tremendous storm at sea when he was brought to say: 'I stood in need of an Almighty Saviour, and such a one I found described in the New Testament. The Lord had wrought a marvellous thing.'
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A wonderful book with many truths that need to be rediscovered by this generation.Published 24 months ago by Georgia
I got surprised by it's promt arrival. Thank you a lot! I do certainly love it! Can't wait to finish reading it!Published on July 20, 2013 by Emmanuel
I have enjoyed the letters John Newton wrote to his friend. Some of the things he talks about could have been written today. Read morePublished on June 17, 2013 by Nana McGregor