No power but of God: and yet a power in every creature or, a word in season, to all men not void of grace, or deprived of reason. Wherein is held forth, that the Almighty God is not wanting to us, in impowering of us; but we are wanting to him, in not improving our talent for him. The Almighty gives to every man some talent or talents, viz. To some natural, to others Spiritual talents or gifts: but there is no man that improves his talent so well as he might, in point of obedience to him. ... The abuse of Gospel-ordinances by some, doth not take away the lawful use of them to others. The second edition; corrected and augmented, by Robert Purnel.
Printed by T. Mab, for Jos. Blaicklock, dwelling in Ivy-lane,
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