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Andrew Gray (1634-1656) was, in his day, a most singular and pious young man; and though he died young, yet he was old in grace, having lived and done much for God 's Kingdom in a little time as a Reformed preacher. He was one of the most highly regarded Scottish divines of the “Second Reformation” and was also one of the youngest. Gray was twenty-two years old when he died of fever, but as noted by one of his biographers, “We may safely say that never in the history of our country did a man of his years make so deep a mark.”
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