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ferious Religion; every Member of Society would then effectually contribute to the Beauty and Happiness of the whole; and every Soul would he ready for Life or Death, for one World or another, in a well.grounded and chearful Perfuafion of baving secured a Title to that Refl which remaincth to the People .
of God. ...
The Introduction to the Work, with some Account
of the Nature of the Saints Rest,
The Saints Reft defined.
CH A P. II. :
· The Excellencies of the Saints Rest.
7. It is peculiar to Saints.
CHA P. IV.
CH3ta Coriting on to
7. Without any A-Titigation; : . Page 107 S. And eternal..
108 Tie Sinner convinced of his Foily in terturing on Hell; 109 Andl intreated to Ay for Safety ta Chrifti į III
* 'c H'A P: VIET • • The Necessity of diligently seeking the Saints Rest. This Rest is surprizingly neglected, by the Worldly- .' • minded,
. 115 is the prophane Multitude, in
117 : formal Profeflors, sans and by the godly themselves,
120 : whether Magiftrates, Ministers, - or People.
. 122 The Author mourns the Neglect,
and excites the Reader to Diligence by many ? Considerations, is
124 Awakening Questions proposed to the Ungodly, 135 and also to the Godly. ..
CHA P. VIII. !! How to discern our Title to the Saints Rest. Men's Folly in nat enquiring after a Title to it. 140 Their Coule for Terror while deftitute of it. 142 Self. Examination is urged; Tempo 144 1. From the Poffability of arriving at Certainty; : 145 2. From the Hinderances to Self-Examination by Satan, ib. i by wicked Men, .
. . 146 by our own Hearts;
nor does Self-Examination foon bring Aljurances 149 į nor do all true Christians attain to it.
ib. 3. From confidering how easy, common, and dangere:
- ous it is to be mistaken;, that trying is fafer
153 Directions are given howu to try.