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Sincere Word'of. God.
BE I N G
Collected out of the
Digested under Proper HEADS,
the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inn.
L O N D ON:
Halfmoon in St. Paul's Churcn-yard. 1709,
And the rest of the
Take this opportunity of expreffing the grateful Sense I
bave of the Honour that was done me, when I was first appointed . A 2
Tour Preacher, and of the many Proofs Tou have fince given me of a sincere Friend pip and Regard.
The Present I bere make you, is not probably fuch as You might expect, after fa many Tears Preaching among you but Tour favourable, Acceptance of my Endeavours to serve-Toin in that Way, being, as I presume, chiefly owing to the care I bave always taken not to depart from the Scripture-Principles now laid before, Tou: I did not think I could offer You any thing so justly Valuable us this plain Draught of the Christian Religion, in all its native Purity and Sim= plicity.
aju? It hath been no little satisfaction to me to observe, that there are many Persons of Piety and Virtue