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and always will be.
13. And this Sincerity of mine, is what you have always read in my Writings, and heard from me in my Preaching; you were all very sensible of, and free to acknowledge it when I was with you; and I hope you are so still,
14. A great many of you, I can safely and gladly say, have owned and gloried in me as your true Apostle and Teacher; and 1 will accordingly glory and rejoice in them at the Great Day of
15. And in this confidence I was minded to come unto you before, that you might have a second benefit:
Time, for your further Instruction and Confirmation in the Christian Religion.
t Wer. 17. In the Hebrew and Helleniffick Languages yea is as much as to affirm, may to deny. For a Man to have his jee,
sealed us, and given are as perfect a Ratification of his
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