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the

proportion

of

grace

be

bathreceived,

p.

20

2.

Itnrefiflinnany temptation accordingto:the

fame

mea-

fnreo

fgrace,

P.

21

OBJECT.

To

the Regenerate, the

f1e0h

luiteth againil the

(pirit,e

c.

ANSW.

Y

7

®

r

C

(

bid.

_

.

Corruption teignes

not,

tough it

may

take

polef?ion

in

the

heart

of

:a

Regenerate

man

;

it

exceeds not

the

mealy

re

ofgracv,

ibid:

USE

III.

To

exhort

AY,s

to

abftaine

from

the

finite

of

the

kar-t,a

f

inell

as

finite in

theoiftmard

arions,

p. 22

OBJECT.

Men

(hall

be

lodged

by

their

,vorkes, not

the thoughts

their

hearts,

ibidof .

ANS

W.

hod

will

judge the thoughts

of'

the

heart,

as

the

eaf

;

the

gons,

orrvorkes,

as

the

fecJs.

p.

23

USE

IV.

To

teach

us

that

no

man

is

fo

holy,

but

he needs

mortificati-

on.

ibid.

'The

means

bow

te comelyMortification, are

i.

Outward.

1.

moderation

in

laroftillthings,

P.

2g

The danger

of

exce(e in

lrmv

full

things,

ibid.

2.

Vo.es

and

Promi

fes,

p 29

The

lawfalneffe

of

vowes,

and

hors

they

are

to

be e-

frond

of,

ibid.

3.

The

avoy

ding

of

allo2cafontofinite,

if

OB

EC

T.

J