The Parable of the Ten Virgins, Opened and Applied: Being the Substance of Divers Sermons, on Matthew XXV.I,--14. Wherein the Difference Between the Sincere Christian and the Most Refined Hypocrite, the Nature and Characters of Saving and Common Grace ... and Other Spiritual Truths ... are Clearly Discovered, and Practically Improved

T. Johnston, 1797

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