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John Newton
Short Excerpts From John Newton's Works
Selections From Newton's Works and His Self-written Epitaph
Epitaph: "John Newton, Clerk, once an infidel and libertine, a servant of slaves in Africa,
was, by the rich mercy of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, preserved, restored,
pardoned, and appointed to preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy."
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 Newton On Causes, Nature, And
Marks Of Decline In Grace
 Newton On The Right
Use Of The Law
 Newton's "Amazing Grace" -13 Verses
Greatest Gospel Song Ever Written?
 Newton - Fool's Paradise  Newton On Grace Difference  More From Newton To Come
 Newton On Believers' Blessedness  Worms May Look Up to God!  Newton On Rev. 21:21
 Newton Advantages from Remaining Sin  The Believer Can Attain . . .  Newton-Influences of Faith
 On Believer's Inability Because of Sin  Newton On The King of Kings  Contrary Principles of Believers
 Newton On Grace Difference  On The Law  On Spiritual Blindness!
 Acquired and Experimental Knowledge  Love To Brethren  On Divine Guidance
 Newton-Evil Present With Believer  Newton On Controversy  Salvation By Grace Alone
 Newton On Vanity of World's Things  From Newton's Tombstone  Newton on The Benefits of Affliction
 Newton on Jesus Is Jehovah  Newton On Dying  Newton The School Of Suffering
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