Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

Mr. Richard Baxter. '3 t Now bleffed be the gracious God, that he was pleafed to pro- long the Life of his Servant, fo ufetul and beneficial to the World to a full Age : that he has brought him {lowly and fafely to Heaven. I !hall conclude this Account with my own deliberate With : May I live the fhort remainder of my Life, as entirely to the Glory of God, as he lived; and when I (hall come to the Period of my Life, may I dye in the fame blefred Peace wherein he died; may I be with him in the Kingdom Of Light and Love for ever. POSTSCRIPT. IShall annex two Pafiages decla- ratory, the one of his I-Tuaaility, the other of his Excellent abilities. He had- fuch an Abhorrence of him - felf for his Sins, that he faid to a Mi- nifter, I can more eaily believe, that God