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The Pleasures and Delights of the separate Spirits of the just, are incomparably greater and sweeter, than those they did, or at any time could experience in their bodily state. Whether separated Souls have any knowledg of, or commerce and intercourse with men in this life: First Concession is this.
The Pleas of Nature for life, and against dissolution. The Pleas of Faith in behalf of Death. That the guilt of all sin gathers to and settles in the Conscience of every Christless sinner, and makes up a vast treasure of guilt in the course of his life in this World. The wrath, indignation, and revenge of God poured out as the just reward of sin upon the so capacious Souls of the damned, is the principal part of their misery in Hell.
V The separate Spirit of a damned man becomes a tormentor to it self by the various and efficacious actings of its own conscience, which are a special part of its torment in the other World. That which makes the torments and terrours of the damned Spirits so extream and terrible, is, that they are unrelievable miseries, and torments for ever. The first way to Hell discovered.
The first way to Hell barr'd. The second way to Hell discovered. The second way to Hell shut up.
The third way to Hell discovered. The third way to Hell shut up.
The fourth way of losing the Soul opened. The fourth way to Hell shut up, by two Considerations. You must be logged in to Tag Records. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply.
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Iohn Flavell, and Mr. Advanced full-text search Advanced catalog search Search tips Full view only. Preview this item Preview this item. Printed for Francis Tyton. Subjects Soul -- Early works to
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