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THE REV. ISAAC BEEMAN,
LATE MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, CRANBROOK,
GRAY'S INN LANE, LONDON.
CONSISTING OF THE
SUBSTANCE OF SERMONS,
LETTERS TO VARIOUS CORRESPONDENTS;
COLLECTED AND PUBLISHED AT THE REQUEST OF FRIENDS.
IN TWO VOLUMES, WITH A PORTRAIT.
“They shall still bring forth fruit in old age." Psalm xcii. 14.
SOLD ALSO BY
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO., STATIONERS COURT; R. BAYNES,
AND OTHER BOOKSELLERS.
OF THE LATE
REV. ISAAC BEEMAN.
To his Son.
Cranbrook, December 16, 1829. DEAR ISAAC,
I feel myself rather better this afternoon, but how I may rest at night I cannot say ; that I must leave in His hand in whose are all our times : many were much alarmed at my being so ill. Our days are with Him who orders all things after the counsel of his own will. My hope and prayer is that, whenever I die, I may die in the faith. On my knees, last night, that passage in Philippians (i. 24—26) came on my mind : “ Nevertheless to abide in the flesh is more needful for you. And having this confidence, I know that I shall abide and continue with you all, for your furtherance and joy of faith : that your rejoicing may be more abundant in Jesus Christ for me,