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,

of

RE L I G I 0 N.

.

, ·

7

V.

YEA,

of

\V

hat

Ufe

tnight .

this be,

with

refpecr

to

tnany,

\vho

1nay l)e

fore

haunted,

with

hidden and dreadful Tetnp·

tat ions to

Infidelity,

and to weake.n

t

hen1

in the very

Foundations of their Faith;.

who

are

\vho1ly

unfurnifhed

of

any

fuch ".

Grounds and

Argqtnent~

in -their

J

uclg–

·ment

to

repel

the fame:

And

it

is

cer..

. ·tain, that to

believe

finnly

the l-lifl:ory

of the

Go(pel,

that

GOD

was tna'njfeft..

eo

in

our

Natnre,

to fave

Man, is

with

refiJect

to

-the ObjeEt , a much higher -AB:

of

Faith,

than

to

believe,

that he

1\vill

· - fave

us;

fince ·as

the one

cloth

unfpeak–

, ably

tnore·

tranfcend all

hutnan Re-afon

. tha·n

the

othe_r; fo

dot11

the

AiJofile

thus ·;

argue fro1n the greater to the lefs,

Rrnn.

viii.

3'2.

that he

who

gave

his

own Son

~

to

t~e

Death ;.

wilt,be

not

alfo

with

hitn

give

us all Things? ·

/

. Pos

r·T.

III.

THAT'

fuch--a cottjirnzing

Work, was mojl Jpecz'ally followed t"n

th~

Praffice

of

the

Prirniti-ve

Tinzes,

and

one

.–

of

the

great

Ends

of

the

Mi,;iflry

of the

Apoflles

at1d

Evangelifts,

to

have - this

,

Faith of.

Ajfent and Dotfrinal Certainty

thereof,

on

its

proper

Grounds

and

E-vi.

~ences,

deeply

founded in Mens /Judg-

..

mtnt;