Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

Mr. Richard Baxter. their Allays, and cannot be ex., empt from the relicks of Sin yet theDivine Nature commu- nicated to them, is oppofite to every Sin, and is an aaivePrin- ciple to fubdue Sin. And from hence S. fohn tells us, He that is born of God, can not fin, that is, deliberately and habitually Such Sinners,tho is the Hour of Death they may addrefs with all the applying Titles, Our Father, andour God, Mall ever be excluded from his facred and faving Proteaion. 2. Let us ferioufly confider whether we are of this fpiri- tuai Progeny, the Children of God, not only in Title, but in Reality. The Inquiry is of in- finite moment ; for all the Pro- mifes and Priviledges of the Gofpel are annex'd to this Son- /hip : This fecures us from the Wrath to come, and entitles us to