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CnnisrtAn's plain warnings and earnest entreaties; OBSTINATE's contempt of
believers, as ' crazy' beaded coxcomlu',' and his exclamation when PLXABLB
inclines to be a pilgrim, ' \Vhat more fools still!' are admirably characteristic; and
... true believer's humiliation for sin tends greatly to increase his fear of wrath.
Superficial professors, expecting the promised happiness without trouble or
suffering, are often very angry at those who were the means of inducing them to
think of ...
The question proposed by CHRISTIAN implies, that believers are more afraid of
missing the way than of encountering hardships in it: and GOODWtLL's answer,
that many ways butted' down on it, or opened into it, in various directions, shows,
NOTES UPON PART I. ' gz5 believer's subsequent attainments. ... Believers
depend on this continual teaching, and are not satisfied with human instruction,
but look to the Fountain of wisdom, that they may be delivered from prejudice, ...
All true believers desire sanEtification, of which the moral law is the standard: yet
every attempt to produce conformity in heart and life to that standard, by
regarding the precepts, apart from the truths and promises, of scripture, excites
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