Excerpt from Some Thoughts on the Doctrine of Justification: To Which Is Subjoined, a Few Remarks on the Holy Scriptures; Together With an Outline of the Christian's Character and Fidelity
And though it has been a uniform maxim with the author, respecting the articles of his faith, to call no man. Master, earth; yet he fi'eely acknowledges, that, in this little perform ance, he has been much assisted by the labours of those who have entered on the inheritance of the promises: and has even used their language sometimes in preference to his own. As correctly as a reduced memory enabled him to recoliet't not because he wished to enter on another man's line of things made ready to he's hand, but in testimony of his obedience to that injunction, Let each esteem others better than himself.
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