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the Saint's Rif; 2. and their Cause for Terror, as long as they are deftitute of a Title. § 3. SelfExamination is urged upon them; 4. (I) from the Pcflibility of arriving at Certainty; $ 5—9. (2) from the Hindrances which will be thrown in our Way by Satan, Sinners, our own Hearts, and many other Causes; § 10. (3) fiam confilering how easi, com. min, and dangerous it is ir be mistaken; bat trying will not be lo painful as the Nigliitika: God will foon try ui, and t'ai to try ourselves will be profitable; DiT. and theref re the Reader is intreated a longer to delay the Trial. $12. Then (4) Directions are given how to try; $13. and ) Marks for Trial are added; particularly, 14 Do sve make God oxt chief Good?" $ 15. De we heartily accept of Chri? for our Lord and Saviour? $ 16, 17. The Chapter concludes with illustrating the great Iniportance of these two Marks.
$1,5 S there such a glorious Relt so near at Hand?
And shall none enjoy it but the People of God? What mean most of the World then, to live so contentedly without Assurance of their Interest in this Reft, and neglet the trying of their Title to it? When the Lord hath ro fuily opened the Beflednels of that Kingdom, which none but obedient Believers