"The apostle well knew, by his own experience, that Satan would lay strong siege to such souls; and he knew for a truth that, if one sin found acceptance and entertainment in the soul, that sin when it had engrossed the affections, would let in many more, and consequently leave a gap, or breach, for a whole troop of specious sins to follow."
— Huntington, William (1745-1813)
See A Sermon on the Dimensions of Eternal Love. From Ephesians III. 18,19. By Wiliam Huntington, S.S. Minister of the Gospel at Providence Chapel, Little Titchfield-Street, Cavendish-Square, and Author of the Spiritual Sea-Voyage-The Arminian Skeleton-The Naked Bow of God-The Poor Christianâ€™s Last Will and Testament-The Divine Poem on a Spiritual Birth-God the Guardian of the Poor, and the Bank of Faith-And the Kingdom of Heaven Taken by Prayer. (London: Printed by J. Rozea, No. 91, Wardour-Street, Soho: to be sold at Providence Chapel; at Mr. Bakerâ€™s, No. 226, Oxford-Street; at Mr. Byrchmoreâ€™s, No. 63, the Corner of Wells-Street, Margaret-Street; and at Mr. Stevensonâ€™s, Grocer, Duke-Street, Corner of Henrietta-Street, 1784). <Link to ESTC
Text from A Sermon on the Dimensions of Eternal Love, 3rd ed. (London: Printed for E. Huntington, 1804). <Link to Google Books>