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Unnumber'd Comforts to my Soul
Thro' hidden Dangers, Toils, and Deaths,
And thro' the pleafing Snares of Vice,
Thy bounteous Hand, with worldly Blifs,
And in a kind and faithful Friend
Ten thousand thoufand precious Gifts
Through ev'ry Period of my Life
Divide thy Works no more, My ever grateful Heart, O Lord, Thy Mercy fhall adore.
Through all Eternity to Thee
The different Manner of relating the FACTS by each EVANGELIST is exemplify'd.
To which are annexed,
REFERENCES to other Parts of the HOLY SCRIPTURE, but especially to those contained in the NEW TESTAMENT.
The HISTORY of the ACTS of the APOSTLES.
JOHN III. 16. GOD fo loved the World, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whofoever believeth in him fhould not perish, but bave Everlasting Life:
17. For GOD fent not his Son into the World to condemn the World, but that the World through him might be faved.
19. This is the Condemnation, that Light is come into the World, and Men loved Darkness rather than Light, because their Deeds were Evil.
Printed by Jos. DOWNING, in Bartholomew-Clofe. M.DCC.XXXIII.
HRISTIANITY is founded upon
THAT there is ONE SUPREME and ETERNAL BEING, the Creator of all Things, and whom all Men ought to WORSHIP and OBEY.
THAT the SOULS of Men are IMMORTAL, and capable of fubfifting after Death.
THESE being the Foundations of all RELIGION, it is most agreeable to Reafon, that the God whom we are to ferve fhould himself prescribe the Way of his own Worship.
THE Heavens indeed proclaim the GLORY of God, and the Firmament fheweth his Handywork; but these itinerant Preachers, tho' they declare his Eternal Power and Godhead, yet they could never inftruct Mankind how the Favour and Mercy of the Almighty were to be obtained. For fuch was the lapfed and vitiated State of the human Nature, that tho' they profeffed to know God, yet they glorified him not asGod; but grew vain in their Imaginations,