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In short , before thou ascendest to heaven , thou mayest be in a heaven on earth , and find , by happy experience , that the way to have all thou canst wish hereafter , is to be , and do , what is best for thyself here .
... or declaim to the mountains , and think to move them with arguments ? Shall I give the blind to see ? From the be . ginning of the world was it not heard that a man opened the eyes of the blind . But thou , O Lord , canst ...
We are born , not of the will of the flesh , nor of the will of man , but of God , John i , 13 think thou canst convert thyself : if ever thou wouldst be savingly converted , thou must despair of doing it in thine own strength ...
Prove thy conversion , and then never doubt of thine election ; or canst thou not yet prove it ? set upon a present and thorough turning . What . ever God's purposes be , ( which are secret ) I am sure his promises are plain .
Thus thou art , whilst unconverted ; for thou canst not answer the end of thy being . Is it not for the divine pleasure thou art and wert created ? Rev. iv . 11. Did he not make thee for himself ? Prov . xvi . 4 .
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