Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

112 A Funeral-Sermon On God , than any printed in our timrle : and while the Church re- mains on Earth , will be of con- tinual Efficacy to recover loft Souls. There is a vigorous Pulle in them that keeps the Reader a- wake and attentive. His Book of the Saints .Everlafting Re/I , was written by him when languithing in the fufpence of Life and Death, but has the Signatures of his holy andvigorous Mind. To allure our Delires, he unvails the Santuary above, and difcovers the Gloryand Joys of the BlefT d in the Divine Prefence, by aLight fo ftrong and lively, that all the glittering Va- nities of this World vanith in that Comparifon, and a fincere Believer will defpife them, as one of mature Age does the Toes and Baubles of Children. To excite our fear he removes the Skreen, and makes the Everlaffing Fire of Hell fo , and reprefents the tor- menting