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my Commandments and keepeth them, He it is that Loveth me.
Let us all therefore most highly Value, moft earnestly Study, these Commandments, this Law of his, which is the only sure Guide to direct our Affections to him, the only infallible proof of our Love of Him. Let us, like Holy David, make his Statutes our Delight, our Joy, our Riches, our Meditation, our Counsellors. And That Love that firkt mov'd us to study them, will receive daily increase and improvement by being conversant in them, will make us Taft and See home Good the Lord is, by making us every Day more and more like Him; and when we shall have such an Experimental feeling of the Good that He is, by Doing the Good that he Commands, new beams of Loveliness will continually break in upon our Spirits, and attract our Wills, 'till our imperfect Love below shall receive Perfection above, and our Exercise on Earth become our Reward in Heaven. In Heaven, where not only Vice and Sin, but even meaner Virtues and Graces shall find no admittance. They shall fail, and cease, and vanish: Love only shall Enter there, and Live and Reign, in uninterrupted Fruition of what it loyes to all Eternity.
To wbich God of &c.
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