LETTERS OF JENKIN JENKINS
LETTERS OF JENKIN JENKINS, JENKINS, J- Jenkin Jenkins was pastor at Jireh Chapel, Lewes, from its opening in 1805 until his death in 1810. While training for the ministry at the Countess of Huntingdon's college he came under deep conviction of sin, and realized that though he was "evangelical" in name, he had never known the true experience of "repentance toward God and faith toward the Lord Jesus Christ." William Huntington was warmly attached to him, and stated of Jenkins, "As a man he was frank, noble and generous. As a friend devoted and affectionate. As a minister honest, plain and faithful." 32 pp.