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IS

The

,co!ifir7t-zing

Work ,

PosIT.

VI.

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f]

A.'

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'tis

fully

dt~i

1nonjh~able

and clear,

how

no

jinz-ple

·In- .

Jlruclzng

of

Men,

itz

the

general

Princi-

1

ples

1

of Religion,

can be

the

proper

and

adequatd Me-ans

for ft.tch

·a Faith of AJ–

,

Jent to

th~

Truth

thereof, on ·its ow;z

·

E-vz:

gence·,.

or

anfwer that

AppH:olick

Pahen~

·of lay.1ng

the Foundation,

He"b.

vi.

2.·

.But tjatfome [pecial

Duties

elfe' are

cal·

.

led

for

to

fo

high

an 1-t.:nd;

fuch wherein,

1tot

only

that true

prinzitive

Co11.jirnzation

~n

the

Chr{jlian

F{lith,

might

have

fonte

praElical

f!Je,

but we 1night alfo

hoj.e

therewith,

for a

more

re1narkable

out-let-

ting

of

cqtifirnting(lnjluences

_of

the

,Spirit·

of

God.

·_· ·-

-"'

I

wHAT

is to be underftood herein,

r

fuall

humbly

offer

in

a

few

, Part~Gu· ·

lars,

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'rH~

T

it

is one of

the

greatefl:

· Concerns

of )he

IJ\;finiflerial

,Work,

and

-of

the

Key

of

Doctrine, ,

to have all who

hear tbe Gofpel ) in,the

jirfl

Place,

pre!–

ied

to take Religion fo

far to Heart,

as

to make a

feriqus

Enquiry

into the

· 'Grounds

and

Reafons

here<;>f, and

thus

. to know their being on

f

ure

GroQnd

herein, tiot becaufe they'

lt1~ow

not

an6-

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