2dly, That 'tis our Duty to hearken to and be directed by them, without seeking or
desiring any new or farther Revelations. And, idly. If we are not convinc'd by the
Revelations already made in God's Word j we shall not be persuaded by any ...
Thus, for Example, when a Man wilfully omits his Duty to God, by neglecting his
Prayers, or turning his back upon his Word and Sacraments, or when he wilfully
commits what God hath forbidden him, by profaning his Name, or polluting his ...
... of it selected for this Day's Meditation, contains the great Duty or Vertue of
Mercifulness, which is here recommended to us in all its Branches : it begins thus
; Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father also is merciful. The word there' fore ...
Where we may observe, First, The great Duty of Thankfulness•, I thank my God.
Secondly, The Time when this Duty is to be pertorm'd ; and that is always. Thirdly,
The Persons for whom this is here done and that is, for the Corinthians: I thank ...
But, Secondly, when is this Duty to be perform'd ? Why that, our Apoitle tells us,
must be always; I thank my God always. Which cannot be understood of a
continual un- intermitted Course of Thanksgiving ., for then we must do . nothing
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