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- n. Plural form of helter.
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It is he that (helters us in our houfes, re - frefhes us in fleep, watches over us 'in dan - ger, and defends us againft the evils to which we are expofed.
Sermons on the security and happiness of a virtuous course, on the goodness of God, and the resurrection of Lazarus : to which are added, sermons on the Christian doctrine as received by the different denominations of Christians