Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . .M4 SERMON 1 SERMON X. The Cafe of Deceivers^ and Deceived^Confidered. Ephes. iv. 14. V^at We henceforth he no more Children^tojfedto andfro^ and carried about withevery Wind of DoEirine^ by the Slight ofMen^ and cunning Craftinefsj wherebyThey lie in wait to deceive. ERE are tiioo Sorts of Perfonsmarkd out by thtApoJik in theText, the Deceivers and the De-ceived-j the Onc^fubtle and craf-ty^ and full of intrigue ; the O-ther, eafy and credulous^ and unfufpeBing; theOne, fuppofedto have all the

Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . .M4 SERMON 1 SERMON X. The Cafe of Deceivers^ and Deceived^Confidered. Ephes. iv. 14. V^at We henceforth he no more Children^tojfedto andfro^ and carried about withevery Wind of DoEirine^ by the Slight ofMen^ and cunning Craftinefsj wherebyThey lie in wait to deceive. ERE are tiioo Sorts of Perfonsmarkd out by thtApoJik in theText, the Deceivers and the De-ceived-j the Onc^fubtle and craf-ty^ and full of intrigue ; the O-ther, eafy and credulous^ and unfufpeBing; theOne, fuppofedto have all the Stock Photo
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Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . .M4 SERMON 1 SERMON X. The Cafe of Deceivers^ and Deceived^Confidered. Ephes. iv. 14. V^at We henceforth he no more Children^tojfedto andfro^ and carried about withevery Wind of DoEirine^ by the Slight ofMen^ and cunning Craftinefsj wherebyThey lie in wait to deceive. ERE are tiioo Sorts of Perfonsmarkd out by thtApoJik in theText, the Deceivers and the De-ceived-j the Onc^fubtle and craf-ty^ and full of intrigue ; the O-ther, eafy and credulous^ and unfufpeBing; theOne, fuppofedto have all the Wilinejs of the Ser-pent, without the Innocency of the Dove; theOther, all the Tamenefs a^d Simplicity of the Dovc^. J 86 The Cafe of X^tztwtx^^ Dove J v/ithout the Serpents Wifdom. Both areblameable, tho in different Refpecis, and not intho. fame Degree, One, ior abujing 2Si^ 7mfem--ploying their Talents^ and the Other, for not em-ploying them at all to difcern between true andfalfe, between Good and Evil. Both are ac-countable toGod as Dehnqucnts I One, for highContempt^ and the Otlier, for great Supinentjsand Negledf. The World has never been with-out both thefe Kinds of Men, fince Men havemultiplied upon the Earth, and Sin and Follyhave taken Place among Them. The Churchof Christ, from the Beginning^nd , doW:a-wards^ has fuffered much by Both* Merefies:and 5<:i//;;Hhavedi/lurbed its Peace and brokenits Union; while crafty ^nA i?2trigniny M.tn havebegnn the Quarrel, aird.K^^-^ credidom Men haverun blindly into it. It was the Defign of ourBleiTed Lord ^^when He firfl founded his Churchyto prevent, as much as poffible, all Confufionand Difcord, and to provide for its then pre-fent, and future Pea

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