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Arthur Tremain, Esq;
John Trewman of Exon.
Mr. Wrey, Rector of Tauftock,
Charles Webber of Exon.
Mark Western, Ufculm.
Τ Η Ε.
SALM civ. 24. O Lord, how manifold are they
Gen. iii. xv. And I will put Enmity between thee and
the Woman, and between thy Seed and her Seed; it
Jball bruise thy Head, and thou shalt bruise his Heel. 59
Acts ü. 27. Because thou wilt not leave my Soul in
Hell, neither wilt thou suffer thy Holy One to fee Cere
MATT. X. 34. Think not that I am come to Send Peace
on Earth ; I came not to fend Peace, but a Sword. 104
Rom. iii. 31. Do we then make void the Law through
Faith? God forbid ; yea, we establish the Law. 131
SE R M ON VIII.
2 Per. ii. 19. While they promise them Liberty, they
themselves are the Servants of Corruption. 159
a convenient Seafon I will call for thee.
Acts viii. Part of the 31st Verfe. And he said, How
PSALM civ. 24.
Works! in Wisdom hast thou
HAT there is a God, is a Proposi- Serm. т tion that carries with it such a I..
self-evident demonstrative Truth,
that to endeavour to prove it would be as needless an Undertaking, as that of a certain Philosopher, who fought out Arguments to prove his own Existence.
It is the Foundation of all Truth; the great Hinge on which Religion turns; and
upon the Certainty of it all moral Obligations de. pend, as likewise the universal Law of Nature, and the eternal and necessary Diffe. rences and Relations of Things. For God is the Original of all Things, without a Supposition of whose Being there is not any A
Serm. Thing whatsoever that can possibly be ac-
counted for ; for if we could suppose God