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THE FIFTH PROPOSITION.

God, out of his infinite love, who delighteth not in the death of a sinner, but that all should live and be saved, hath so loved the world, that he hath given his only Son a light, that whosoever believeth in him should be saved; who enlighteneth every man that cometh into the world, and maketh manifest all things that are reproveable, and teacheth all temperance, righteousness, and godliness: 66Ezek. xviii. 23., Isa. xlix. 6., John iii. 16. & i. 9., Tit. ii. 11., Eph. v. 13., Heb. ii. 9. and this light enlighteneth the hearts of all in a day, 77Pro tempore, for a time. in order to salvation, if not resisted: nor is it less universal than the seed of sin, being the purchase of his death, who 88tasted death for every man; for as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.">1 Cor. iv. 22.


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