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COMPLETE IN CHRIST. .
BY THE AUTHOR OF
VISIT TO MY BIRTH PLACE;' THOUGHTS IN
BOOKSELLERS TO THE QUEEN DOWAGER ;
DUBLIN: W. CURRY JUN. AND CO.
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COMPLETE IN CHRIST.
The spiritual state of man after the fall of Adam from innocence and happiness, may be comprised in two particulars—SINFULNESS and WANT; the former in relation to his character before God, the latter in regard to his own position and circumstances.
Sinfulness, producing in greater or less degree an uneasiness of conscience, a foreboding of evil, which leads him to seek some remedy, in proportion to his dependance on which, rest and peace are obtained:* and want, causing a certain dissatisfaction in all that is
* Every system of false religion, and every adulteration of the true, might furnish exemplifications of this.