dantly compensated by the Reward of them,
P. 318,319, &c.
S E C T. V.
Containing those Inftrumental Duties which
Are necessary for us in order to our improving
towards Perfection by Perseverance in the
Christian life ; which are first, that while we
stand we should not be over-confident of our
selves, but keep a Jealous eye upon the Weak-
neß and Inconstancy of our own Natures,
P. 323, 324, &c. Secondly, that if at any time
we wilfully fall, we foould immediately arife
again by Repentance, P:326,327, &c.thirdły,
that for the future we should endeavour to
withdraw our Affections from the Tempta-
tions of the world, and especially from thofe
which were the Occasion of our Fall
, p. 328,
329, &c. fourthly, that we should curiously
search into the smaller Defeats and Indecen-
cies of our Nature, in order to our timely cor-
recting and reforming them, p.333, 334, &c.
fifthly, that we should, as far as lawfully we
live in the Communion of the Church
whereof we are members, p. 336, 337, &c.
sixthly, that we should not stint our Progres
in Religion, (out of a fond Opinion that we
are good enough already ) to any determi-
nate Degrees or Measures of Goodneß,
p. 354, 355, GG. seventbly, that we should
frequently entertain our. selves with the Pro-