Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

IV Mr. Richard Baxter. that theperverfe Wor.ld,in com- bination with the Devil, can make ufe of to conífrain us to defert the Service of God ; but they are vain. Nay, in all thefe things we are more than Conque- rors, through him that loved us For I am perfwaded, that neither Death, nor Life, nor Angels, nor Principalities, nor Powers, nor Things prefent, nor. Things to come, nor Height, nor Depth, nor any other Creature, fhall be able to feparate us kom the Love of God, that is in Chrifi Ma, our Lord. This bleffed Aífu- ranceof theApoille is not rais'd from his extraordinary Privile- ges, not from the apparition of Angels to him, nor his rapture toParadife, nor fpecial Revela- tions, but from the Loveof God in Chrifc jefus our Lord, that everlafringly embraces all his Children. Briefly, in that God. has