Excerpt from The Holy Spirit Convincing the World of Sin, of Righteousness, and Judgment: Considered in Four Lectures
In 1706, while yet an under-graduate, he united himself with the church at Cambridge and'about the same time, he became a member of a society there formed for the first time, among the students of Col lege, which m'et weekly for prayer, religious confer ence, and the promotion Of personal piety and virtue. At nineteen years of age he began a private Journal, in which he constantly refers to God as the author of his life, the dispenser of good and evil, and the wise disposer of himself and all the events and circum stances of his life. His mind was deeply imbued with religious sentiment; though we cannot discover the precise time of his conversion. But his life, views, and religious character, afford abundant proof of such a change.
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