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Now tho Love be a Pasiion better felt than describ'd, yet the Love here
recommended may be thus defin'd •, Tis a Vertue or gracious Disposition of Soul,
u that keeps Men from doing any harm, and puts them upon doing all the good
they can to ...
... whole Gospel, but more particularly in the Heavenly Feast of the Holy Eucharist
: wherein he gives us not the common and ordinary Bread of the Earth, but Bread
from Heaven, the Bread of Life, which alone can feed our Souls to Life eternal.
Neither doth the Soul, that divine and nobler Part of us, reap any better, but rather
much worse Fruit, from a sinful Course of Life-, for it robs it of its Peace, fills it with
Trouble and Disquiet at present, and deprives it at last of all future Happiness ...
Now the Death here mention'd as the End of these things, is both temporal and
eternal Death ; the former is the Separation of the Soul from the Body for awhile^
the latter is the Separation of Body and Soul from Christ for evermore. . For the ...
Why, that oar Saviour here tells us Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy
Heart, and with all thy Soul, and with all thy Strength, and with all thy Mind : that is
, with the highest and most superlative Affection. And likewise, Thou shalt love thy
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