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BookThe Life and Ministry of John Banks: Chapter 19 - A General Epistle
       A GENERAL EPISTLE TO THE FLOCK OF GOD, BUT MORE PARTICULARLY, IN CUMBERLAND Dear Friends and Brethren, Look to the rock from whence ye were hewn and to the hole of the pit from whence ye were digged. That is to say, never forget from whence you came, no more than to what degree you are attained, what you were when the Lord first visited you and
The Life and Ministry of John Banks: Chapter 20 - A True Testimony Concerning My Faith in Christ
      I believe in that same Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, for remission of sins and the salvation of my soul, who was conceived of the Holy Ghost, born of the virgin Mary, made a good confession before Pontius Pilate, and was crucified without the gates of Jerusalem, was dead and buried, and rose again the third day, and ascended into glory, far ab
The Life and Ministry of John Banks: Chapter 21 - A Testimony from the Quarterly Meeting
      in the county of Somerset, concerning John Banks, of Street, in the same county, deceased; who departed this life the 6th day of the Eighth month, 1710. He was very zealous to the last to spread the Gospel and in all his exercises and afflictions he had the honor of God and good of his people in his eye. He devoutly labored in his gift and being a
The Life and Ministry of John Banks: Chapter 22 - A Testimony Concerning John Banks
       A TESTIMONY CONCERNING OUR DEAR AND WORTHY FRIEND JOHN BANKS Whom the Lord was pleased to place in this part of the country, as he himself hath signified. And he was very serviceable amongst us in the work of the ministry, and also in settling a godly discipline in many places, encouraging the young men, as well as the old and middle-aged, to co
The Life and Ministry of John Banks: Chapter 23 - Hannah Banks' Account and Testimony
      I was married to John Banks the 28th of the eighth month, 1696, being a widow. I was convinced of God's truth in the time of my widowhood and we were married at Glastonbury and went to live at Meare until the year 1708. Then we came to Street where we continued until he died. He was afflicted with much weakness in his latter time, but a little bef

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