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tion of all mankind, if the best religion in the world do not make us good.
S E R M O N VI. The precepts of Christianity not grievous.
though the world be generally bad, and men are apt to
for the cause of God and religion; if we look well into
them, and consider thoroughly the nature and tendency
of them, even these will appear to be both reasonable in themselves, and upon one account or other really for our advantage.