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Ichabod Spencer

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Decision is a vastly important thing with a convicted sinner. He must choose, or he must be lost. If he will not do it, he may expect the Divine Spirit to depart from him, and leave him to his own way.
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P. 186.

 
Ichabod Spencer

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