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The feveral Branches, and the Nature, Ex-
Micah vi. 8. He bath fhewed thee, o man,
what is good. And what doth the Lord re-
quire of thee, but to do justly, and to love mer-
Wisdom attainable by those who seek it.
Prov. viii. 27. I love them that love me.
Little Children brought to Chrift.
Matth. xix. 13. 14. 15. Then were brought
unto bim little children, that he should lay his
hands on them, and pray. And the difciples
rebuked them. But Jefus Jaid: Suffer the
little children, and forbid them not to come un-
to me. For
The Happineffe of having religious Parents,
2. Tim. i. 5. When I call to remembrance the
unfeigned faith that is in thee: which dwelt first
in thy grandmother Lois, and in thy mother
Eunice. And I am perfuaded, that in thee alfo.
The Virtue, and Benefit of early Piety.
1 Kings xviii. 12. But I thy fervant fear
A future State provable by Reason.
Pfalm lxxxiv. 11. For the Lord God is a
fun, and fhield. The Lord will give grace,
and glorie, No good thing will be withhold
from them that walk uprightly
The Gospel the true Way of Salvation.
Acts xvi. 31. And they faid: Believe on the
Lord Jefus Chrift, and thou shalt be faved,
Philip. iv. 8. Finally, brethren, whatsoever
things are true, whatsoever things are honeft,
whatsoever things are juft, whatsoever things
are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, what-
foever things are of good report: if there be
any virtue, and if there be any praife, think
Matth. xii. 36. 37. But I fay unto you, that
every idle word that men shall speak, they shall
give account thereof in the day of judgement.
For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by
The Difficulty of governing the Tongue.
James iii. 2. If any man offend not in word,
the same is a perfect man, and able to bridle