Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

A Funeral-Sermon on ever Men can forget, I fay again, that they can forget, Eternal joy, Eternal Woe, and the Eternal God, and the place of their Eter- nal unchangeable Abodes , when they (land even at the door; and there is but the thin Vail of Flejh between them and that a- mazing right, that Eternal gulph, and they are daily dying andflep- ping in. Befides, his wonderful! diligence in Catechizing the particular Fa- milies under his Charge, was ex- ceeding ufefull to plant Religion in them. Perfonal inflruäion, and application of Divine Truths, has an excellent advantage and effi- cacy to infinuate and infufe Reli- gion into the Minds and Hearts of Men, and by the Converfion of Parents and Matters to reform whole Families that are under their immediate dire%ion and go- vernment. While he was at Ke- ller-