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^UR Saviour's Soul being / separated from- his Body, did immediately go into the Place appointed t<p receive happy Souls after their Departure from the Body, and Resignation into God's hands. if.-.! j
'IrWf oV thus Interpret our Saviour's 'Descent into Hell, for his Soul's going into 'the Common Receptacle and Mansion of Souls; we sliall.so doing,be sure not sub^stantiaHy td mistake. tfDr. Barrow oa the Creed, p. 404.
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I will judge my Self bep& that I may not be there condemned with tfie World.
I meekly beseech thee, O Father ; to raise me from the Death of Sin unto the Life of Righteousness; that when I (hall, depart this Life, I may rest in hope.
And that at the General Resurrection in the last Day, I may be found acceptable in thy sight, and receive that Blessing which thy well-beloved Son shall then pronounce to all that love and sear thee, saying, Come ye blessed Children of my Father, re^ ceive the Kingdom prepared for you from the beginning of the World.
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The Lord and Giver of Life, Who proceedeth from the Father and the Son j who with the Father and the Son together is ' Worshipped and Glorified , who spake, by the Prophets.