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The

Contents.

ponts

of

God.

P:8.

5

When

the

firength of

nature

is

['pest,

ibid.

6.

Being

reflrained

fron

finnebyygood

education,

p.

USE

I.

Ti

examine

by

theft

rules

finnes Mortification,

ibid.

Morgedlufls

knomne,

t.

By

a

deepe

humiliation

ofthe

foule,

p.

to

2 .

By

the

generality

ofit,

ibid.

3.

By

the meafure

of

grace, anfwering

the mea

pre

of

corruption,

p.

t t

4.

By

the continuance

o

f

thern,

p.

1z

Motives

to

Mortification

:

t.

There

is

no

pleafure

in

faune,

p.

13

Blcafnre

inTanne

is no

true

folid

pleafrure,but clack

pleafiare,

P.

14.

2.

The

fatisfyingoflull

is an

endlefre

warke,

ibid.

3. The

great

danger

of

f

nue,

p.

15

st. The

deceit

ofinne,

p.

16

Sinne deceives

loure

wayes:

1.

By

blinding

the

underffanding,

ibid.

2.

By

making large promifes,

p,

t

7

3.

By

promi

fngdepartare

at

our

plea

fire,

ibid.

4.

By

rnakiuga

fhervoffriendfinp,

ibid.

5.

The

rebellion

it

occafïons

ìn

ass

ite-ainil God,

p.

t

g

6.

The

flavery

at

brings

as

unto

Satan,

ibid.

USE

IT.

To

infruc1

us

that in

every

regenerate

mari

there

is

a

free.

will

to

doe

good,

P.

19

The power

ola

Regenerate

man confi(is

I.

In performing

any

duty

God

comtrran?ds,

according

tm

die