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may;

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Awicked roan may

ufc:

the means

th~t

God appointed

Demon,

asmeans,

·

p.·st.

Becaufe 'ris

the

very nature of means

to

come between

1;

Argu.

onfs can,and his cannot,

ibid.

Becaufe God dorh '' not exhort men like

a

comp~y

of

flocks and fiones, but as

men

that

are

cdifiable

by

his

words.

P·S3

Bee aufe Gods anger is very reafonable.

-

p.

S4

Becaufe Gods offer

of

his Kingdom to the

wicked

is

feraous,

P· SS

2

Becauk

Gods

~eproofs ar~ v~rY, ~qual,

.

.

p.

S6

;

His c':mdemnatwn

mufi be

wlltull, that

wtll not ufc all

the

Conc1ufi.

means,

· P· S7

,

Proved

by

thrfe Arguments.

God will not help that man

by

a miracle to go, that hath

1 •

Arg.

-

leg~

to go, and

will

not

·

.

ibid•

. God will nor bate a farthing

of the

price he fets thee at

.

p.s6

God.

will

never be brought out of his walk

to

fhew.rhee

3

2

~

.

'

any

mercy, or give

~hee

any-grace

p.

6o

Gods Kingdom cannot be attained without a

dilig~nt

ufe Conclufi• .

of

the

means

p.

63

_

Reafons of

it.

B.ecaufe

·Heaven

is an end, and an

end

can

never

begotten

1.

Reaf.

..

wirhoot means

·

'

ibid.

God harh annexed

it

to the means

ibid.

Every

foul mufi give an

account

before God

how

he

hath

ufed the means

ibid.

·God

wi'll

not fet up another door

-into heaven

for any man

in

.rhe

world

.

'

ibid.

Fartber proefs and encouragements to

ufethe

means•

.Some

of the

means

that God hath

appointed, you

may do

them

wirhoudabour

p.64

Some of the

means

that God

hath

appoilned

are eafier

than them

ibi-d.

. Son1e ofrhe

mean~

are eafier yet '

ibid.

,Some of the means of grace, its

harder

to omit them than

to t1fe them

I

p.

6;

Some

of

the means of grace, be

they

hard,

yet

they

are

bur ha:-'d., they

are nor impoilible for

you

to ufe

p.

6

s

·

ob·

....

2

3

4

2

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