Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

Mr. Richard Baxter. 53 A glimpfe or reflected Ray of his reconciled and favourable Countenance, even in this low- er World, infufes into theHearts of his Children a Joy unieaka- ble and glorious : a tafle of the Divine Goodnefs here, caufes a difelifh ofall thecarnal Sweets, the dreggy Delights which na- tural Men fo greedily delire. And if the faint Dawn be fo re- viving andcomfortable, what is the Brightnefs of the full Day ? None can underfiand the Hap- pinefs that refiklts from the full and eternal fight ofGod's Face, and the fruition of his Love, but thofe who enjoy the Prefence of God in perfeaion. His Good- nefs is truly infinite ; the more theSaints above know it, and enjoy it, the more they efreem it, and delight in it. His corn- pleat and communicative Love fatisfies the immenfe Delires of E 3 that