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CHAP.

I. Introductory remarks

II. What God's favour is, and what the life
which is enjoyed in it.

III. In what respects the favour of God is life
IV. It is life to converted perfons in various cir-
cumstances

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V. It is life to dying perfons

VI. A more particular confideration of the life
which is in God's favour

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VII. The fubject applied by way of information 109
VIII.-
By way of conviction


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IX. A farther addrefs to the confcience of the

finner

X. The fubject improved by way of conviction
to the children of God

XI. Improvement of the subject by way of exa-

mination

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By way of instruction and

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exhortation

XIII. Concluding addrefs to the objects of di-

vine favour

229

SECT. i. Of doubts and fcruples respecting a
perfonal intereft in it

230

ii. Of affurance of intereft in the favour

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133

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of God
iii. The duty and privilege of those who
are fatisfied respecting their interest in
the divine favour

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