Polhill - Houston-Packer Collection BT770 .P7 1675

To the Chrif ian Reader. klypof a f s of Things hoped for. It prefentiates the Celefrial Pa- radife, and in force fort fets the Believer by the rivers of Pleafures which are there: This receives all from Grace,and afcribes all to it, prompting the Believer to confefs touching his Spiritual Being and Working, By the Grace of God I am what I am, and by the Grace of God I do what I do. This u- nites to Chrifr, wraps up it felf in his Righteoufnefs, feafts on his precious Body and Blood unto Life Eternal, and furrenders up Heart and Life to the bleffed dint of his Spirit and Word. 'Walking on in holy Precepts it drinks Comfort out of Promifes, following hard after Holinefs it meets with Peace, fuch as paífes underftanding; overcoming earth with all its Troops of vanity, it afcends