October 16, 1801 Dear Brother in the Lord Jesus, grace and peace be multiplied through the great, the glorious, and only Mediator. I HAVE had a bad cold, which I believe I caught in Mr. H.'s barn. A cold in the head is bad; a cold in the stomach is worse; but a cold in … Continue reading May this flame never go out!
William Huntington (1745-1813) "Behold, I say unto you, lift up your eyes, and look on the fields, for they are white already to harvest,"? John 4:35. Beloved of God, I AM more and more convinced of the necessity of seeking wisdom, knowledge, and understanding with fresh life, and a supply of every needful grace, from … Continue reading The Colour of the Fields, and their Fitness for the Sickle
“Our light, knowledge, grace, that we have, are of God’s free gift; and so is all the success that has attended our labours. And, as for our discernment into your hearts, and knowledge of the goodness of your state, they are of God also; which he gives us light to see; and knowledge to judge … Continue reading Our Sufficiency
Some great quotes found on Wiki, enjoy! Christopher Ness “Evangelical repentance is the gift of free grace; faith is the gift of God. What is God’s, as a gift to bestow, cannot be man’s duty to perform as a condition of salvation. Those who are invited to look to Christ, to come to Him for … Continue reading Oh yes, it’s free!
"Strengthen the things which remain that are ready to die." These things are the vessels of mercy in the furnace of affliction, half starved for want of the bread and water of life, and nothing to attend but wells without water, clouds without rain, and shepherds that cannot understand; they want their state described, and … Continue reading “Strengthen the things which remain that are ready to die.”
William Huntington S.S. (2 February 1745 – 1 July 1813) was an English preacher and coalheaver. It is said (although his writings, sermons and letters do not bear that out - see examples from Huntington's works below) that he was known for preaching that the 'moral law' was unnecessary, a theological view known as Antinomianism. … Continue reading Free eBook – The life of William Huntington, S.S.
"...the Mosaic Law revealed the eternal character of God and on the day of judgement, the Book would be taken out and mankind judged according to how he has kept the law. Law-breakers will be condemned but those for who Christ has kept the law and have been imputed with Christ’s righteousness shall be saved." … Continue reading Moral Law
A very interesting portion from the works of William Huntington worth reading. He makes note of two covenants and explains the Mosaic covenant was indeed a covenant of works. "God has two covenants, one of works and the other of grace; these are called the law of works and the law of faith. The one … Continue reading One of Works, the Other of Grace
"Election secures every minister in his station, and all the success that shall attend his labours. It has been observed that those, who have been the most forward at lampooning me for an Antinomian, have been the greatest novices in divinity; and, while they have been contending for the law as the only rule of … Continue reading Jumbling the Two Covenants
"Let them feed on applause, and sing, of merit, who are perfect in the flesh; but, for my part, I hope to live and die a believing sinner, and must remain a debtor to free grace and mercy to all eternity; and as such, can never join the chorus with any who sing that ancient … Continue reading A Debtor to Free Grace and Mercy