A Sermon preached in St. Thomas’s Church, Birmingham.
by the Rev. William Marsh, D.D. Rector. 1841.
This is a very short 1 chapter work which is a 3 point sermon on the Antichrist. Marsh’s points are:
I. The characteristics of the opponents of Christ.
II. The best means of detecting them.
III. The evidence they afford to the truth of Christianity.
TO THE CONGREGATION OF ST. THOMAS’S CHURCH, BIRMINGHAM.
MY DEAR FRIENDS,
Suffering from temporary blindness, I have of late been obliged to preach without notes; but, at your request that it should be printed, I have dictated the substance of my Sermon on ANTICHRIST. The above must be my apology for any inaccuracies. I make, however, no apology for my subject. Though redeeming love be the theme on which I delight to dwell, yet I feel it to be my bounden duty to guard my people against selfdeception, and any prevailing error of the present day.
The signs of the times are not to be overlooked, and as the victory of the truth approaches, the enemy of the truth will assume every form to deceive the unwary.
Happy are they who are preserved in the simplicity of the Gospel. My prayer for you is, that being justified by Faith, you may have peace with God, bear fruit unto holiness, and have for your end everlasting peace.
I am, Your affectionate Friend,
Nov. 4, 1841.
|Date:||February 4, 2015|
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