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temptations and impediments.
The Lord teach us to use this transitory world as noc overusing it, that we may never hear, Remember that thou in thy life time receivedft shy good things,] Luke 16.25. How : shortly will they find themselves everlastingly undone, that made not fare of a more enduring portion ! Reader, chat chou mayit savingly remember these common, but necessary, though much neglected cruchs, is the end of these endeavours, and shall be the matter of my hearcs desire and prayers, while the Lord continnech me
His servant for the promoting
the increase and edificari
on of his Church, Nov. 15. 1660
fideration of the Licurgy with these following words of Reverend D. Gauden [I cannot but commend the Candor, Justice and Integrity of M.Baxter,who lately professed to me, that he saw nothing in the Liturgy, which might not well bear a good construction, if men looked upon it as became Christians,with eyes of Chari
ty,] I was feasible of the great - respects of this Learned and Re
verend man; but left you milunderstand both him and me, I think it beftotell you more fully
wbat were my words. Speaking for reformation of the Common prayer Book, and an addition of other forms in Scripture phrase, with liberty of choice,&c.P? said, That for the Doctrine of the Common
prayer Book, though I had read exceptions against divers passages, I remembred not any ching that might not receive a good construction, if it were read with the same candour and allowance, as we read che writings of other men.] so that it WAS only the Truth of the Doctrine that I spoke of ; against which I hate to be peevishly quarrelsome, when God hath bleft this Church so wonderfully, with a moderate and cautelous, yet effectnal
Reformation in matter of Do
Etrine : The more piity is it, that the very modes of Worship and Discipline should be the matter of such harp and uncbaritable discords, which must one day prove the grief of these that are found to have been the causes of it, and of the sufferings of the Church on that occafion.
He Introduktion. Page 1.&c.
Do£t. There is a seeming Reliciousness which is but felf deceiving, and will prove in
Vain. Tin particr.lars that constitute the
Hypocrites Vain Religion
II. to 20.
Ten things that ere pet wanting to
the Hypocrite , that prove his Religion Vain.
20. t0 34 By what means and method the Hy
pocrite makes Soift to deceive bimself by his , Religion.
34. to 49. What moveth the Hypocrite to this
felf-deeeit, and what are the reafons and uses of his Vain Religion.