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P  O  E  M  S

       F  U  L  L    O  F

GOSPEL - MARROW.

       A N D

SWEET INVITATIONS

       T O

HEAVEN'S HAPPINES

     Compoſed by
William Tenent Wheel-wright in
Glaſgow, and copied by John
Finlay ſon School maſter at Kilern

    The CONTENTS

1. Study early Religion.— 2. The doubting
Chriſtian.-3. May the aſſured Chriſtian
ſay —4. On the righteouſneſs of Chriſt.-
5. On Death —6. Objections anſwered.-
7. The ſubmiſſive Chriſtian.—8. On Faith
9. The bleſſed Change.—10. On Jeſus
Chriſt.-11. Chriſt's Excellency.-12. Chriſt's
voice to the Saints.— 13. An advice to a
Chriſtian friend.—14. On death.— 15. Chriſt's
Crucifixion and ſaints longing for Heaven.

    G R E E N O E K.

PRINTED and ſold by W. MALPINE, at
his Shop Cathcart-Street, 1778,

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