LIFE & LABOURS OF WILLIAM HUNTINGTON SAN023
LIFE & LABOURS OF WILLIAM HUNTINGTON, SANT, H- William Huntington (1745-1813) was the offspring of a double adultery and himself fathered an illegitimate child in his unconverted days. These events were a great trial to him as a minister, and caused many cries to the Lord to remove him. But all his petitions were of no avail. Abraham's idolatry, Jacob's lies, Moses' murder, David's adultery, Solomon's apostasy and Mr. Huntington's forged name and first-born son must all come to light. But God determined to save him and wonderfully blessed his ministry to magnify that sovereign grace that extends even to the basest of men. 31 pp.