Friday, August 12, 2011

Webb always kindles a fire

Fri. 12 Aug 1785. I preached at Winchester and, on Saturday 13, went on to Salisbury. As Captain Webb had just been there, I endeavoured to avail myself of the fire which he seldom fails to kindle. The congregation in the evening was very large and seemed to be deeply affected. So they did again at eight on Sunday morning. But I believe the greatest blessing was in the evening, particularly during the prayer, wherein God was pleased to move many in an uncommon manner.

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