Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

z 3 A Funeral -Sermon on ver moreardent and aEive than in times of Diffrefs. Therefore when his dying Children are deprived of all their Hopes and dependance uponCreatures, and fly tohim for Proteaion andRe- lief, will he not hear their mournful Requeffs, and grant their fainting Defires ? When their earthly Tabernacles are fo ruinous, that they are forc'd to diflodg, will the Love of a Hea- venly Father fuff'er their naked Souls to wander in the vaft Re- gions of the other World, feeking Reg, and finding none ? Certain- ly he will bring them into his reviving Prefence. If Divine Love be fo condefcending, that Ufa. 57. the high and lofty One that inha- bits Eternity, dwells with the hum- ble and contrite Spirit, to revive the Spirit of the Humble, when they are confin'd to our lowly Earth, we maybe affur'd, when that