a perfect knowledge of his will, and their wills are most purely inclined and moved to the obedience of it: there is no reluctancy, no resistance in their wills to the will of God. No mixture of hypocrisy or base, selfish ends. Their pure natures areanbsp;...
|Title||:||A family altar, or, A solemn essay ... By the late Rev. Oliver Heywood ... With a brief account of his life. A new edition, abridged and corrected. To which are added, Seven familiar discourses on the Lord's Prayer ... By Charles Atmore|