Here therefore they met'with a very brisk lad that came out of that country, and his
name was IGNORANCE- So CHRISTIAN asked him from what parts he came,
and whither he was going? IGNOR'. Sir, I was born in the country that lieth off ...
IGNOR. Gentlemen, ye be utter strangers to me, I know you not; be content to
follow the religion of your country, and I will follow the religion of mine. I hope all
will be well. And, as for the gate that you talk of, all the world knows that that is ...
IGNOR. I take my pleasure in walking alone; even more a great deal than in
company; unless Ilike it better. Then said Cmusrrmr to HOPEFUL, (but softly) Did I
not tell you he cared not for our company? But, however, said he, come up, and
17' IGNOR. This is spoken of an evil heart, but mine is a good one. Can. But how
dost thou prove that? Icuon. It comforts me in hopes of heaven. CHR. That may
be through its deceitfulness; for a man's heart may minister comfort to him in the ...
I80 WHAT ARE GOOD THGUGHTS CONCERNING OURSELVES, IGNOR. When
do our thoughts of ourselves agree with the word of GOD? 'CHR. \Vhen we pass
the same judgement upon ourselves which the word passes.—To explain ...
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