The benefit and advantage of afflictions to mankind in general, particularly to those, who make a proper use of them, by causing their affections to sit loose, and indifferent, to the world, and by fixing their minds steadily, and immoveably, on God

Publication Date1768
RemainderConsidered in two discourses preached first in Christ-Church, Newgate-Street, London, Jan. 28th, 1759. Afterwards at the Sunday morning lecture, in the parish church of St Giles's, cripplegate. By the Rev. Mr. Thomas Smith, preacher of the said Sunday morning lecture, and likewise of the Thursday Afternoon lecture, in the same church. The fourth edition. To which are added, some considerations on the immortality of the soul; and remarks on several parts of the discourse
PublisherPrinted for, and sold by the author, at Mr. Brown's, Great Kirby-street, Hatton-Garden

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