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Seite 36 - DOMINE, ne in furore tuo arguas me : neque in ira tua corripias me.
Seite x - I have reason to believe, that you have been careful in the time of your health to prepare for the evil day, and have been conversant in those books which give the best directions to this purpose ; and have not, as too many do, put off the great •work of your life to the end of it.
Seite iv - Confequence it was to eftablifh the Principles and Duties of Religion upon their true and natural Foundation ; which is fo far from being a Prejudice to Divine Revelation, that it prepares the way for it, and gives it greater Advantage and Authority over the Minds of Men.
Seite iv - Welsh and English tongues, to the poorer sort, so many as were unable to buy them and willing to read them. But, which was the greatest work of all, and amounted indeed to a mighty charge, he procured a new and very fair impression of the Bible and Liturgy of the Church of England in the...
Seite iv - For it is a great miftake, to think that the obligation of them doth folely depend upon the Revelation of God's Will made to us in the Holy Scriptures. It is plain that Mankind was always under a Law, even before God had made any external and extraordinary Revelation...
Seite xvi - Virtue was too ex* emplary to be foiled in the ordinary * way. * His endeavouring to make out every Thing in Religion from clear and plain Principles, and with a Fulnefs of demonftrative Proof, was laid hold on to make him pafs for one that could believe nothing that lay beyond the Compafs of Human Reafon : And his tender Method of treating with Dijfenters, his Endeavours to extinguilh that Fire, and to * Lincolnt-hn.
Seite iv - ... that were not. And in both these designs, through the blessing of God upon his unwearied endeavours, he found very great success. For by the large and bountiful contributions which, chiefly by his industry and prudent application, were obtained from charitable persons of all ranks and conditions, from the nobility and gentry of Wales, and the neighbouring counties, and several of that quality in and about London ; from divers of the right reverend bishops, and of the clergy ; and from that perpetual...
Seite xi - God, and the hopes of that happiness you are ready to enter into ; and in the mean time to exercise faith and patience for a little while ; and be of good courage, since you see land ; the storm which you are in will soon be over, and then it will be as if it had never been ; or rather the remembrance of it will be pleasant.
Seite iv - Virtue, which we commonly call the Law of Nature ; this being every whit as much the LAW of God, as the Revelation of his Will in his Word ; and...
Seite iv - I am very loth to give your lordship any disquiet in the distress you are in, which I commiserate from my heart, but am much more concerned that you do not leave the world in a delusion and false peace, to the hindrance of your eternal happiness.