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Blessing is the soveraign act of God, and the power of benediction like the power of God.
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But when it first beginneth in a superior person, the proper effect which it createth in an inferior, is not of a single nature, but such a love as is mingled with duty and respect.
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By the God of thy Father who shall help thee, and by the Almighty, who shall bless thee with blessings of heaven above, blessings of the deep that lieth under, blessings of the breasts and of the womb.
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First, learn from hence to meditate upon your own Mortality, and be now assured, by this neer and home example, that your self shall die.
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Fourthly, I desire you to look not only upon that which you have lost, but also upon that which he hath left behinde him.
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Great was the name of Abraham, but all his Sons were not accepted; only Isaac was in the Covenant.
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In this the similitude is so great, that there is no difference in the nature of the love produced, and that which did produce it.
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Love is of that excellent nature, that it is esteemed by the best of men, and accepted from the meanest persons; what then is the affection of a Father!
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Love, when in an equal, commandeth love; and this is so just, that fire doth not more naturally create a flame.
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Mortality is a proper object to invite our pity, and privation of life alone sufficient to move compassion in the living.
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Mortality, and Paternity; the one supposed, the other expressed in the text: Jacob was the Father of Joseph, and that Father dead, and therefore Joseph mourned for him.
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Secondly, reflect upon that love and entire affection which you have lost; and could no otherwise be lost, but by losing him, in whom it lived.
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Secondly, the death of the righteous is to be desired rather then lamented: and it were a dishonour put upon Religion to think a pious man less happy dead, then when he liv'd.
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The love of God to man challengeth love from us, but that of such a nature as cannot be demonstrated but by obedience; and that of a Father to his Son is of the same condition, though not in the same proportion.
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The occasion of this sadness is expressed in a word, but must be considered in many more, as being the principal concernment both of the Text and Time.
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They which have no hope of a life to come, may extend their griefs for the loss of this, and equal the days of their mourning with the years of the life of man.
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Thirdly, Death is nothing else but a change of a short and temporary for an unalterable and eternal condition.
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Vulgar and common persons, as they carry nothing out of this world, so they leave nothing in it: they receive no eminency in their birth, they acquire none in their life, they have none when they die, they leave none at their death.
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We usually say of ancient persons, that they have already one foot in the grave, and the rest of their life is nothing else but the bringing of these feet together.
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What reason then can we produce, that the life of a man whom we esteem, should be sorrow to himself, and his death be grief to us?
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