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Six Plain Sermons
EARLY PIETY, THE SACRAMENTS,
MAN'S LATTER END
Uncontroversial, but suited to the Present Time
BY JOHN WOOD WARTER, B.D.
CHRIST CHURCH, OXFORD,
VICAR OF WEST TARRING, SUSSEX,
Rural Dean, and Surrogate.
"To me, to whom God hath revealed his Son, in a Gospel, by a
"Sermons should be instructions, not declamations, or displaying
BP. WILSON, Sacr. Priv.
"There is a great deal of difference betwixt people admiring a
FRANCIS & JOHN RIVINGTON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE.
"Train up thy children, England, in the ways
"I am neither so vain or so inexperienced as to imagine that any thing which I may offer will change any man's opinions; but I may fix them where they are unconfirmed, make the scale turn when it is wavering, and give a right bias to those who are beginning their career."-SOUTHEY. Letter to Bishop Jebb. Life and Corr. v. 146.
"What Church hath one Lord, Jesus Christ the Righteous,-one Faith in that Lord,-one Baptism in that Faith, it is the One Dove of Christ."-BP. HALL.
WEST TARRING, HEENE, AND DURRINGTON,
The Manual following
AFTER THE PLAIN TEACHING OF THE PRAYER BOOK,"
WITH EVERY FEELING OF SINCERE ATTACHMENT,
(AFTER A TRIAL OF SIXTEEN YEARS,)
IS GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED,
THEIR AFFECTIONATE PASTOR AND FRIEND,
JOHN WOOD WARTER.
IN dedicating these pages to my Parishioners, amongst whom I have resided these many years, I do it for God's glory, and with great good will towards them. It gives me the opportunity likewise of thankfully recording the fact, that when an attempt has been made in these Parishes to desecrate GOOD FRIDAY, they have very properly not done so, but have thronged the church to overflowing, as though they would declare, each one severally, in the words of Nehemiah, "SO DID NOT I, BECAUSE OF THE FEAR OF GOD '." Of such advantage
1 Neh. v. 15.