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In what respects the Hypocrites religion is not Vain.
80 In what respects his religion is Vair.
92 Use 1. Why a seeming outside Hy
pocritical religion is so common,
95 Wby Popery hath so many followers.
100 u le 2. To awaken the self-de
ceiving Hypocrite. 108 Teninfallible marks of grace;which
are in all that are found believers, and fet together,describe his state: premised to prevent the misapplication of what followeth, and * groundless trouble of the fincere.
iii Terror to the self-deceiver. 1. His
religion being Vain, his hopes and
Comforts are all Vain. 2. It will.deceive him in his extremity.
129 The detection of the Hypocrite, by
1. The deriders, scorners, revilers
opposers of serious. godliness;
I he testimony of Dr. Rob. Abbor
Regius Profeffur of Divinity in
Oxford, and Bifhop of Salisbury.
Who is indeed the Hypocrite. The
impudency of our common Hypo-