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1"o the CbrifHan R.eader·.

1Jerfarles'

ihat

he.might

have

the

more

aJ..

Vdntage

a'-~ atnfl

thent;

g1~ants t"~em

91

much

as

he could

with

conjiflency

to_ his own prin..

_ciple.r,

that

fo

he1night

the

more eajily con–

found,their.t;onlp

you

will

b~Jo

cadid

aJ'

to·

con~

f.der

that

herein

hefpeak.f

ad pcipulum;And

I

th~re_fore(

as

the

antient

Fathers,)

~ften

ufeth

.

the liberty of jpeakjng

lik_e

a Preacher

ratheP

than as aDotlorofthe

Chair.

I

reckJN'-

this

tt

very

ftrong

argument ·

to

confute the

power of Freewill

to

any

fpiri•

tual action in a

gratious manr:lt"·r,

th~

wo–

fu!l

experience

,uf

mine own

wretch·"d

.Qeart_,

.being naturally Jo·dejperdtly wit/t

',

oppojite

to

ll11J

fpiritual good.

But

thir wJll

not

convince

others;

on·lj

lly

the

W to/

I

would

I<J;aw

how it cvme.r to pa[J,

if

A

rtni–

n ius Doctrine be true, that we have

Freewill to chufe · that which is truely

·good~

why

Arminians

are not

all

very

good tnen?

IVillnot

this be an

aggravation

ag~injt

them

at the

qreadfull

day

ofjudge-

2

tnent.

·

7her~fore

tl1e

Lord ismofl

admir-ably

grati-

01U

in

giving

us

ft~ch

Mafters of the Affetn–

blies

to fafien foch Scripture.truths

dS

may

;.~old

1ts

fafr and clofe

under the

Covenant

o·f

Grace..

I

1-Je

was

a bleffing

to the

College

where he

was

fellovv,

.of Pembroke

Hall ·.

in Cam-'

.

bridge

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