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1.-'be confirniing Work

b.,ut

th~!

none can

gi \

7

e a

true

-:Affen! and

Confeiuon of the

fan1e,

but

fron1

thefe

I

Grounds

and Argtllnents,

which

are

re.. ,

_veal eel

by

the

Holy

Ghoft

unto Men

for

this End ; and, as

'tis

certain, that thefe

Cha_ra8ers and

E

Yidence

~~

l)z"Yi1Zity,

I

· vvluch ate

jn1printed

en -the

whole

Reve-

, lation of

the G_ofpel,

tnay

be

tlear

a1ld

,

demanfl:rative to our

Judgment,

fo are

I

· they as

truly

Divine,

as the Dotl:rine

vvhich

is

confirn1~d

thereby..

. .

V.

BEc.AusE

there

can be nopoffib!e

Caufe

for

U nbelief of the

Truth

frotn

:1ny intricate

Obfcureneis

of the Jatne,

when the LoRD

hatJ1

given

[uch

great

.AHiH:ances to our

Faith, to

he

as 1V.lifk

jor

Babes,---

as \ve1l

qs At/eat

to

flrong

Men~

And tho'

it

be

objected,

that

the

furthefl:

objective Evidence

of the

Gof...

..

pel, with

{o

clear

and ftrong

a Convey–

ance

thereof, is yet fo

little

operative

6i1

1noft;

the fanie

1night

be fa id alfo

of

the whole Letter

of

the "Scripture; but,

tho' this tends riot in the leaft to

refol

ve

. our Religion

into-

any

n1eer

Exercife of

H.eafon,

and leaves the

whole Work

of

the

Spirit,

in

its

Energy

anA

O_pe~ation

"

therew:ith on

Mens Souls,

111t1re ;

yet

doth

it

' fully

1

evince fuch a

Sufficien~

I

\I

cy ,

(