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undone condition, and that fly to him for help. He hath said, those that come to him he will in no wise cast out. Being encouraged by thy holy word to come to thee in thy Son's name, I humbly beg, for his sake, that all my sins may be pardoned and done away; that I may be savctified, washed, and cleansed in the laver of his righteousness.
Let me have a meetness and fitness for heaven, where I long to be. Help me to be laying up a good fonndation against the time to come, that I may lay hold on eternal life. Let me be kept by the mighty power of God through faith unto salvation. O keep me from falling, and preserve me blameless 10 thy heavenly kingdom, for Christ Jesus's sake. Amen.
VII. The scriptures of great use and comfort....
57 VIII. Serious reflections on the late
earthquake ............... 62 IX. X. An awful sense of death and
her own approaching disso- lution..................67–73 XI. A delightful contemplation of
the blessedness of the saints
in heaven................ 81 XII. Texts of scripture which yielded
great comfort and support un
der her desponding thoughts 91 XIII. An earnest desire to be fitted for
and brought unto heaven.... 102
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