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half

fo

many

will·nots

a~

you ,

that

flick more trueiy

at a

cannot.

ib.

3

-Confider

the ·more fhamefull ones

fin

is,

the

mor~

reafon

to

be

humbled,

\

.

p.

~c.~

Nay fourthly,·confider there's

no

greater fhame

than to

make

away

~nes

felf,

.

ib.

5

Confider,

if

you would

bot

vex

your

own

foul with'

this

ferioes <:onfiddation,

it

would make you

kick

your

lufts

under foot;

p.

-1o3

The danger of bafs

pleae

and

pretences.

1.

This. fame pleading is rbe caufe why you a(e Iazie and

idle in t4e ufe of the means,

vi~.

bec·aufe you futfer

.yoer hearts to plead, oh

we

cannot

~o

it

p.

104

2.

This fame pleading brings up

an

evill report

up~n

piety

and godlinefs

p.

I

oS

~··

This fame pleading

is a

murmuring

againft

God,

q.

d•

.why

does God give

me

fuch commandements that

f

can·

not ohferve?

J

·

ibid.

This is.rhe fawciefi excufe of

all

excufes

·

p.

107

S· Nay here lies the reafon

why

Divines fay.

that

the con·

verfion of

a

finneris

an

harder work than the creation

of heaven

and eanh,fidl: becaufe

p.

108

Here is the .fame dilliculty that

was

in creation , for God

.makes

a

convert of nothing

ib.

2.

As rhere was norhing pra!exifient in the creation

ra·

help,

fo there was nothing

to

refift ·;

but

here

is fome-

thing

to refifi, the

will

it

r.efifieth

ib.

·

The danger offticlejng at a

w~ll

nat

is

farther

clta.retl.

.

t.If

you will not, Gbds Minifiers have difchaged tl:teir

du·

ties,

and have left your blood on your own heads, P·Ioo

_2.

If you

will

not, the Gofpel hath delivered its errand,

-

ye

are

guilty

of

your own

everlafiing ,perdition

·p.

I

J

I ·

Nay

.thirdly, if you

will

not,

the

blood of ]efus Chrifi

bath

done that

it

came

for

p.

1

J

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4• If you

will

not, you murder your own fouls

rb.

·A

feafon~bie

Item

to the redeemed of the Lord,

that they

take

heed

ofwil-nots;for

'

ib.

1.

We never fin againfi Gofpel

1

nor defpife God but only

upon will-nots;

.

p.

I

J

S

2.

Cenfci~nce

can never condemn us, nor God can never

be angry wirh us,butonly upon \Yil·nots

·

p.,ll6

The end

;f

the

Ta)J~.