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THE EIGHTEENTH VOLUME.
FAREWELL SERMON AT KIDDERMINSTER.-John
by the virtue of special vital activity, intellect, and free
3. It is not annihilated at death
4. Nor destroyed by dissolution of parts. ...
5. Nor loseth its formal power, or virtue
6. Nor doth-sleep, or cease to act......
7. To cease to be individuate by union with any other
spirit, is not to be feared, were it true
But it is not like to be true,
II. Analogically better, as it tendeth to the perfection of the
III. The constitutive reasons from the state of my intellect, as
to the intuitive manner of knowledge, and as to the
IV. The constitutive reasons from the state of my will......
and devil; 2. There will nothing be in it that is against
God, my neighbours, or myself
benefits of this fruition-a fixed will. The object-
He is a suitable, full, near object
The will's reception in glory
from singular propriety
in general : wbat particularly :-
Excitations and petitions
LAST WORK OF A BELIEVER;
HIS DEPARTING SPIRIT TO CHRIST,
RECEIVED BY HIM.
PREPARED FOR THE FUNERAL OF
MARY THE WIDOW, FIRST OF FRANCIS CHARLTON, ESQ.,
AND AFTER OF THOMAS HANMER, ESQ. ;
AND PARTLY PREACTIED AT ST. MARY MAGDALEN'S CHURCH, IN MILK-Street, LONDON, AND NOW, AT THE DESIRE OF HER DAUGHTER
BEFORE HER DEATH, REPRINTED.
“ If any man serve me, let him follow me ; and where I am, there shall also my servant be. If any man serve me, him will my Father honour."--Joux xii. 26.