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becomes necessary to Man's everlasting wel. fare, the deeper impression of their Excellency and Usefulness to that End, would be imprinted in his Mind thereby. And truly for my own part, I must needs own, that whatever true Sense of devotion I formerly had towards my Maker and Redeemer, I find it not a little improved and enļivened, since I became Master of the System of the Theology imported in this Tract, and experience in my
Soul a sweeter relich in performing holy Duties, than I did before ; which Benefits, or some others such like that may influence thy Heart with the Love of God, for thy everlasting Salvation, is the ardently desired Success, good Reader, of thy Perucal of this small, but comprehenfive and elaborate Piece, recommended in Charity to thy seri. ous and pious Reading.
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