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The
firft
Sermon
heart be put
into
fucha
of
grace,whe-
ther it
be
fo,
fafhioiied
as
it ought
to.be,when
hee comes
to
the
immediate
performance
of
fuch
a
duty
as
that
is,
Now
becaufe
I
handle this
point,
but
onely
for this
parti-
cular occafion
,
I-
will
not
enter into
filch
a
manner
of
handling
of
it
as.I
was
wont
to
doe
at
other
times,but
only
take vp
fomach.
of
it
as
may fettle
for
the
prefent occafion; Therefore
when
I
fay
this
to you.
That
except
a
man bee
inChrift
,
he
ought not
to
take any
priyiledge
to
h.im-
felfe:
vve
will doe
thefe
z
things
;
r
Ex-
boa
every man
to
confider
whether
hee be in
Chrift:
for
that
is
the prefent
qucftion
which
any mans
heart would aske, when
hee beares
this
propounded.
Why
thenf
all
the
privi-
ledges be fufpended vpon
my`16eing
in
Chrifl,
my
maine bufinef
e
is
to
examine
that,whether
I
be
in
Chrift
or
no
2
Secondly
if
a mars
be
in
Chrifl.
xt
he
maybe
fufpended
b
Tome
in-
terveniak finne,
and fome
intervefpofi-
tion
of
minde,
&
heart,that
may
grow
on him,
.
from
injoying,
&
from
having
the
prefent fruit
and
-
benefit,
of
that
priviledge
that belongsto
him
;
Therefore I
fay
,
firft
wee
will doe
this.,
glue you
rules
to
examine
your
felues
whether
you
be in
Chrift
or
no
It
is
very
vfefull
to
all
that
now
are
to receiue,
or
at any
other
time;
its
vfefull you know
too,
not
only vpon
fuch
an
occafìon
as
this,
but
vpon
all occafions,
and
therefore
a
point , though
peculiarly belon.
ging.
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