To Miss Fuller. Ball was sorry that she wrote anything that caused Fuller to be tempted and didnot mean to doubt Fuller’s experience. She only wished to warn her against ‘falling intoa Laodicean state considering your dangerous situation, that is, I mean the want of the means ofgrace in a great measure to what you injoyed when hear...’ Spiritual matters are discussed indetail.
The Lord has been very good to Ball this Spring, ‘both in keeping my head above water& in giveing me strength to stand against every foe...’ Spiritual matters are furtherdiscussed.
Ball did indeed feel for Fuller and her mother. Spiritual matters are again discussed.
In a postscript, she mentions that as she is to go to London, Ball will not have time to visitAmersham this Summer.