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Thine own cause, 0 Lord, as well as mine. Lord, plead thine own cause. idly, He
that commits his all to God, supposes and firmly believes that all events and
issues of things are in God's hands ; that he only can direct, over-rule, and order
Father, rememr ber them, look after them, when I shall be removed from them,
they are thine as well as mine; and I recommend them, witl} my last breath, to thy
care and protection, This is 3 special ground also of God's, care for them, 5.
I am thine, lave ** me." I speak not here of the first act of faith, which flows not
from an interest, but gives the foul an interest in God. Nor do I fay, that poor,
doubting, and timorous believers, whose interest in him is dark and dubious,
have no ...
And none more likely to become such, than those of thine own temper and
complexion ; especially if grace be wanting in the heart, whilst zeal for erroneous
principles eats up the affections. Second Defensative. Consider what mischief
zeal for ...
Who forces thine eyes to wander, or closes them with sleep, when the awful
matters of eternal Hfe and death are sounding in thine ears ? (4.) Though you
cannot open your hearts to embrace Christ, yet certainly you can reflect upon ...
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