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Context of The afflicted man's companion : or A directory for persons and families, afflicted with sickness, or any other distress. With directions to the sick, both under and after affliction. Also, directions to the friends of the sick, and others who visit them. And likewise to all, how to prepare both for sickness and death; and how to be exercised at the time of dying. To which is added, a collection of comfortable texts of Scripture, very suitable for dying believers.--The choice sayings of many eminent dying saints.--The author's last advice to his wife and children: and his dying words, written by himself, and found among his papers after his death. By the Reverend Mr. John Willison, late Minister of the Gospel at Dundee. Very necessary for all families
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