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The Contents, III. In promiling, rro our felves. rl Pleasure in fanne. p.236 2 Enjoyment o foutward things. p.239 3 Happineffe inerpyment. p.240 4 Freedome from jsdgement , 'and hope ` of heaven in fanne, p,242 5 Se:led continuance in profperitie. p.244 6 Succeffe upon insufficient grounds,ibid. 2 To God, du. i Particular,s = Simply. P. 245 i ties in I2 Vpon condition. f . 47 2 General!, of Repo, wee. p.248 IIHI. In praáifang; here deceit in twelve points. r1 The uncertainty c facklenes of the heart ingood p.256 2 The flipperine f fe in the very 411 of performarce e fgood p.259 3 Secret foijling in of corruption into good allions.p.26o I4. Leaping from one extreame to another. p.265 S Sliding from the wane to an extreame. p.269 4 6 Incroaching in the life of things lawful!. p.27 t 7 To juflle out a greater good by a le f fe. p.274 8 Togrow fecure after fucce fre in goods p,275 9 The fleshes perverte incitation of the spirit. p.276 ioTreachery in temptation. p.277 ii By minding of future good to neglal prefent. p.278 `i z Perking of the handmaid above the miffre f fe. ibid.. 1 In the a f fellions alone. i In their variableneffe. 15.28o i In generali ralll 2 In corrupting the underflandin . p.29 i r I Love. p. 28¢ 3 IN *dal 3 2 bop anger. p.290 4 Sorrow p.29i 5 Defare. p.294 6Confdence. p.298 The illuftratienofthe hearts deceitfulneffe. 1 .By