The Last Part of William Tiptaft’s Religion

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This booklet contains the substance of a lecture given by Matthew J Hyde to mark the 250th anniversary of the death of William Tiptaft. Using many of Tiptaft’s previously unpublished letters, Dr Hyde concentrates on the last part of Tiptaft’s life. Among Tiptaft’s last words were “…what a mercy to endure to the end”, and again, “My last moments have been my best”. He was ever aware of his mortality, and his heart’s desire was to be “well laid in the grace,” an oft quoted expression of his. May the reading of this booklet solemnise the heart and impress on us the importance of Christian perseverance, and the truth of Christ’s words, “He that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.”

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