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to God; we can do him no real benefit; but our charity
way for our reception into everlasting habitations. In
short; works of mercy and charity will comfort us at the hour of death, and plead for us at the day of judgement,.. and procure for us at the hands of a merciful God a glorious recompence at the resurrečtion of the just. Which, leads me to the
6. Last confideration I shall offer you ; which is, the reward of doing good, both in this world, and the other. If we believe God himself, he hath made more particular and encouraging promises to this grace and virtue, than to any other.
The advantages of it in this world are many and great.
our Saviour's reproof here in the text, it will be requisite
On the 5th of November 1678. Before the Honourable House of Commons.