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into

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and .

unrtlly

gueft:s

muft

be

tur~ed·

out

n:f

cloores , without

any

war~ing,

they

have

fi~id

there long

tRougb ;

too

long ;

H,

l111g

?

.and

the

timtpAjl111AJ fufftce,as

the

Apo_file

fp~aks, th~ymufl:

,lodge

~here

no-more. .The ·

houfe

the

foule

is not

in

.

'

· converfion '

to

bee

puld

downc, but

onely

thcfe

guefts

turned out .;

·and

though

kept

out

they

can–

not be,

they

will ftill

enter

whilft

\VC~

are in

thefe

.

I

houfes of

clay,

yet

lodge

. · they

muft not:

if

thoughts

of

ang~r

and

revecge

come in,in·

the

morning

or

day

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