Context

Context of Practical language interpreted: : in a dialogue between a believer and an unbeliever. : In two parts. Representing a believer under the influence of grace, speaking Canaan's language. Part I. Represents an unbeliever under the influence of a carnal mind, refusing to accept of the invitations of the Gospel; whose practice often speaks plainer and louder than words, saying of Christ the King, we will not have this man to reign over us. Part II. Shews some of the language of a soul under conviction: and how the unbeliever becomes a believer
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