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I. Temptations to Evil not from [|X. How divine Worship is to be
XI. The Evil and Folly of Covet-
II. Men tempted to Evil by their own Lufts.
III. Of Natural, Moral, and Civil
IV. Of Chriftian Liberty.
XII. The proper Improvement of
XIII. Of the Bleffednefs of the
XIV. Of the Bleffedness of the
XV. A Converfation becoming the
By JOHN ABERNET HY, M. A.
Printed for D, BROWNE, without Temple-Bar; C. DAVIS, in Holborn; and A. MILLAR, oppofite Katherine-ftreet in the Strand.
Let no man fay when he is tempted, I am
tempted of God, for God cannot be tempted
with evil, neither tempteth be any man.
But every man is tempted, when he is drawn
away of his own luft and enticed. Page 1