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Last Will and Testament of William Huntington Part 3

Twelfthly: All my strength, bodily, health, and my appointed time, together with those abilities which God hath bestowed on me as the God of nature, and likewise all the supernatural gifts, such as knowledge, faith, zeal, usefulness, utterance, fear, love, enlargement of heart, &c. which God is the best judge of, and which he hath freely and undeservedly bestowed on me, as the God of grace, as also the joy, peace, happiness, or felicity which he hath graciously given me in hope, as the God of glory, I desire with my whole heart to offer the whole of them up entirely to the service of my only master, Christ Jesus the Lord, to be disposed of to the honour of his own name, and the good of his own elect.