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ing

his

Hearers

in

great

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of

our

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ion,

The

In

carnation

of

the

Sònne

of

God

;

one

of

the

chide

Fundamentals

of

our

Faith

,

one

of

thv

chìefe

of

thofe

Wonders

in

the Mercy

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Seat,which

the Cherubins

gaze

at, which

the

angels

del

re

to

prie

into,

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reafon

he lake

at

fevarail

times,

and

by

occdjon

of

f

many

fevcrall

Texts

of

Scripture

concerning this

fubjeCt,thtre

is

jcarce

any

one

of

'tha

f

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incomparable

benefits which

accren

to

to thereby

,

nor

any

of

thole

holy

im-

preßions

which

the meditation

hereof

ought

to

worke

in'

our

hearts,

which

is

not in

(orne

place

or

other

fweet

y

unfolded.

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the

firfl

Treatife,

the ,,A4yflerie

it

Jelfe

is

indeed

chiefely opened,

and

is

therefore

called,

The

Fountaine

un-

fealed

:

the

ref;

,a

As

in fo many

flreamges,con'ey

to ur

that Water of

Life

which

ißueth

from

thence;

teaching

as bow

to

impro're

the

know-

ledge

hereof

to

the

glory

ofGod,

and

the

fpirituall

enriching

of

our

owne

pules.

The

noted Humilitie

of

the ,.Author

I

now

the

leße

wonder

at,

finding

how

often

his

thoughts

dwelt

on