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4

The

conjir11zi;tg

I

Work

1Vhen.

fuch

.fi1!d

it

more

eaf

y

to

render "

up the1r

Rebg1on,

than

to

adherfr'

to

the .

fc.nne,

under

.itrong

'fetnptations,

whol

yet

never

knew

that

Subftance,

Aclvan-

,

tage,

or

Certainty

her~in,'

as

co~ld pr~l)onderate

\vi

th

th~

Want

of

a1l external

_.i\1otives .for

fuch a

Profeffion.

_ PosIT.

II.

·THAT

thus oJte

of

th?

highefl

Ser1lic~s

of thefe

'Tinzes,

)for

the

public

G~od

of

the Church, does convinc–

ingly

lie here

j

to h-ave

the Faith of

Affent

-to

the Truth

and

Oo8rine of

CH

R

is

:r,

in

a ,clear

and

firm Certainty

of

the ·

7udg-

114ef?t,

on

its

OWJt

E-vidence, more -vigor··

I

oufly

prom-oted, and

t!Je

proper Means and

AJJtflances, .which

the

LORD

hath

given,

for

this

End,

in

fonze

other Manner

yet

inzproved, tha;z foenzs to be at tbis

DCf)',

for a m'ore

unive'rfal

Uft.

THE

Grounds_

to

inforce the Nec·effity

hereof,

are there;

·

·

.

I.- 1'

HAT

'tisfure wherever the Go

f-

r.

pel is

revealed

to Ail:

en,

it

corne~

with

fo

Jull an

.Aflurance

of

UnderH:and1ng, and

SuffiGiency

oh

0

bjeC1i

ve

E-vidence,

as

c~n

adn1it of no polli-ble Doubtfulnefs

herein~

"\Vhieh

is

the Credit and

Glory

of our

Religfon,

,

..

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