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THE WALK OF FAITH.
BY W. ROMAINE, M. A.
RECTOR OF ST. ANDREW, WARDROBE, AND ST. ANN'S
AND LECTURER OF ST. DUNSTAN'S IN THE WEST, LONDON.
Walk humbly with THY God.—Micah vi. 8.
PUBLISHED BY WILLIAMS AND WHITING,
AT THEIR THEOLOGICAL AND CLASSICAL BOOK-STORE,
No. 118, Pearl-street.
J. SEYMOUR, PRINTER.
EVER since the Life of Faith was published, I have been attending to the doctrines therein advanced, and bringing them into experience. Their truth has appeared to me from the word of God, and has been confirmed by their being accompanied with the power of God. His divine influence attends his own doctrines to this day, and they have the promised effect upon the heart and life of the believer. They are mighty through God for all the purposes of salvation. What is said upon the subject in these volumes, is chiefly in this experimental way. My design is to bring the great and leading points of our religion into use and practice, "and to show how necessary the doctrines of grace are for the well governing of the Christian walk. Every thing needful is promised, and by faith is received, which can make it even and regular, holy and happy.
The apostle Paul complained of professors, who walked not according to the gospel. There has been occasion for the same complaint ever since; but never more than the present. Many walk at this day, who make some profession of Christ, and yet never attain to any steadfastness, but are tossed to