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thou findeit thy Hellish Heart loath to lei them go, think with thy self in this manner: Shall I have my Sins, and lose iny Soul? Will they do me'any good when Christ comes? Would not Heaven be better to me than my Sins?. And the Company of God, Christ, Saints, and Angels, be berter than the Company of Cain, yudas, Balaam, with the Devils in the Furnace of Fire. Canst thou now that readest or hearest there Lines, turn thy Back, and go on in thy Sins ? Canit thou set to light of Heaven, of God, of Christ, and the Salvation of thy poor, yet precious Soul? Canft thou hear of Christ, his bloody Sweat and Death, and not be taken with it, and not be grieved for it, and also converted by it? If so, I might lay down several Confide. rations to stir thee up to mend thy Pace towards Heaven ; but I shall not, there is enough written already to Icave thy Soul without Excuse, and to bring thee down with a Vengeance into Hell-fire, devouring Fire, the Lake of Firë, eternal, everlasting Fire; O! to make thee swim and roul up and down in the Flames of the Furnace of Fire.
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P. 6, 3. What
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