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duties of one table of the law, if it overlook the other ; no, nor with obedience to all the commandments of God, one only excepted. St James hath put this very case, and determined it, that he that shall keep the whole law, save only that he offend in one
the intrinsical worth and value of them, that so we may mind every part of religion in its due place, and according to the true nature and importance of it.
Knowledge and faith are in order to praśtice, and a
that. The means of religion, such as prayer and
gion which I have mentioned, are to be regarded and used by us, in order to the attaining of these ends,
without which they are mere formality and hypocri