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THE DIVINE PERFECTIONS; SOME OF THE POWERS OF THE
TRADITION AMONG ALL NATIONS.
REV. JAMES KIDD, A.M.
השמים מספרים כבוד אל ומעשה ידיו מגיד הרקיע: יום ליום
Psal. xix.-:53p yawa
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EDINBURGH; M. OGLE, GLASGOW ; AND
A. BROWN & CO. ABERDEEN,
THE ELDERS AND THE MEMBERS
WHO WORSHIP IN THE CHAPEL OF EASE,
GILCOMSTON, BY ABERDEEN;
From the day in which the good providence of God brought us together in the relation of pastor and people, it has been my constant aim and effort to instruct you as particularly as possible in the doctrine of the Trinity, or of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost, whose thrice holy name you bear in baptism, as the foundation of all the doctrines of revelation, of all true religion, and of all faith and practice, according to the Scriptures. As this doctrine is the most difficult of all others, it requires great patience and perseverance to obtain any considerable knowledge of it: lying so far out of the general comprehension of common capacities, it requires a particular turn of mind, and mode of thinking, to enter fully into it.