Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . againjl Spiritual Pride. ^7 What then is the Way to take into, andpurfue, fo as not to mifcarryhere, or there?The Way is to afpire to Righteoufnefs and trueHolinefSj with all Your Might, and not to beproud of it, when You have done. Think itworthkfs in the Sight of God, and infinitelybelow his Acceptance^ were it not for the Me-ritsofC-RRisT : But flill remember, that it isas much worth to Tou as Heaven is worth, be-caufe without fuch Holinefs, no Man fiall feethe Lord ^ To conclude : Be as amb

Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . againjl Spiritual Pride. ^7 What then is the Way to take into, andpurfue, fo as not to mifcarryhere, or there?The Way is to afpire to Righteoufnefs and trueHolinefSj with all Your Might, and not to beproud of it, when You have done. Think itworthkfs in the Sight of God, and infinitelybelow his Acceptance^ were it not for the Me-ritsofC-RRisT : But flill remember, that it isas much worth to Tou as Heaven is worth, be-caufe without fuch Holinefs, no Man fiall feethe Lord ^ To conclude : Be as amb Stock Photo
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Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . againjl Spiritual Pride. ^7 What then is the Way to take into, andpurfue, fo as not to mifcarryhere, or there?The Way is to afpire to Righteoufnefs and trueHolinefSj with all Your Might, and not to beproud of it, when You have done. Think itworthkfs in the Sight of God, and infinitelybelow his Acceptance^ were it not for the Me-ritsofC-RRisT : But flill remember, that it isas much worth to Tou as Heaven is worth, be-caufe without fuch Holinefs, no Man fiall feethe Lord ^ To conclude : Be as ambitious of leading agood Life, as if You were fure even to 77ierit byit: At the fame Time be as humble beforeGod, as the Great St. Paul was, Who befideskeeping the Faith, after He had done per-haps more in the Way of Good Works thanany mere Man had done before Him, yetfummd up his own Life and Charad:er in avery few, and very humbling Words, that Hewas Nothing b. He remembred that God wasAll, in whom We live and move, and have ourBeing^. a Heb. xii. 14. t. 2 Cor, xii. 11. c Afts xvii. 28. SERMON. SERMON IV. The Care required in chujing our Reli-gious Principles, and the Steddinefs inretaining them when fb duottn^ Jlatedand clear d. I Thess. v. 21. Frove all Things : Holdfaji That whichis good, H E Text contains two very-weighty and important Precepts, which have a near Relation toeach other; and which maywell deferve both to be rightlyimderftood, and carefully retaind by All. The firft is, to prove, try, or examine allThings (propofed as of any Confequence to ourBelief and Pradice) that fo We may difcern what

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