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... nor of any services of theirs , which can add nothing to his perfection and
happiness ; not of their worship , for he is not worshipped with mens hands , as
though he needed any thing ?, no not their worship . Acts xvii . 25. he is and
ought to be ...
35. he is the summum bonum , the chief , the chiefest good ; in whom only
happiness is to be found ; when all nature is surveyed , and every place and
thing searched into , it can be thought to be in God only , and he is found to be
that ; Whom ...
upon , and a limitation of their happiness : but the happiness of God is infinite and
independent ; of him , and through him , and for him , are all things , Rom . xi . 36.
Add to this , that his blessedness endures for ever ; he is God blessed for ever ...
rality of Persons in the Godhead , seems necessary from the nature of God
himself , and his most compleat happiness ; for as he is the best , the greatest
and most perfect of Beings , his happiness in himself must be the most perfect
... by pronouncing the sentence of justification in their consciences ; and by being
the earnest and seal of their future happiness ; all which are personal actions : he
is one of the three witnesses in heaven , 1 John v . 7. who particularly testifies ...
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