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Entire Sanctification: A Sermon
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Entire Sanctification: A Sermon


G. Harrison 1831

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This volume contains a sermon on 1 Thessalonians 5:16–23 by popular preacher Samuel Hick of Yorkshire. In a humble style, he exhorts his listeners to rejoice evermore, pray without ceasing, and follow the other precepts laid out in this passage of Thessalonians. Hick declares that, “It is religion that makes good husbands, good wives, good children. . . . It is the best thing that a man can have in this world, and it is what will fit him for heaven.” This volume includes two hymns composed by Hick.

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Product Details

  • Title: Entire Sanctification: A Sermon as Preached by the Late Samuel Hick
  • Author: Samuel Hick
  • Publisher: G. Harrison
  • Publication Date: 1830
  • Pages: 20
  • Resource Type: Sermons
  • Topic: Sanctification and 1 Thessalonians

About Samuel Hick

Samuel Hick (1758–1829) was a minister in Micklefield, Yorkshire, who preached throughout England. Hick was illiterate when he began his ministry, but his call to preach was strong and he eventually became a clergyman. His life was chronicled by James Everett in The Village Blacksmith.

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