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“ TRIBULATION worketh patience, and patience experience, and experience
REFORMED PROTESTANT DUTCH CHURCH,
1 85 5.
ENTERED, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1855, by
REV. THOMAS C. STRONG,
On behalf of the Board of Publication of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in North America, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of
the United States for the Southern District of New-York.
John A. Gray, PRINTER AND STEREOTYPER, 95 &c 97 Cliff, cor, Frankfort.
THE Board of Publication of the Reformed Protestant Dutch
Church are happy in being able to present to the Christian public
the valuable Treatise of the Rev. CHARLES BUCK, on Religious Ex
perience. The name of the author of this work is of itself a sufficient recommendation of it. Few, if any of the numerous persons, who, in these modern days, have treated upon the various subjects of practi
cal religion, have gained a higher reputation, or enjoyed a greater
degree of favor among the professed followers of Christ than the writer of this volume. His works have obtained a large circulation, and been instrumental of very great good. His “Theological Dic
tionary” has passed through numerous editions both in England and
in this country. It has been regarded by many as a standard on
both doctrinal and practical subjects, as well as on matters of ecclesi
astical history, and as almost indispensable in every well-selected