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Pilgrim's Progress, Part 2 - The Gospel Magazine

Pilgrim's Progress, Part 2 - The Gospel Magazine

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Good d. ogs, ~f . hriitian's ife and .lildren. r '4 1 there. Moreover, it is expeeted of(ome, that this Prirtc~i the LOI'o of that country, will 'lhortly come into there parts, and will know t-he reafon, if they can give,any; fg.xiv.15. why his neighbours fet (0 ritt1

[ 5 ] them; [a they have pa.elced up, and arc alfo,.g~n~ aftet him (d). . .... . , Better and better, qUbth I~ But, what I Wife and children and all ? Sag. 'It is true, I can' give you an account of f!)c"' matter, for I was ~pon the fpot at the inltant, a'nd was ~horoughly acquainted with the whole affair. Then, (aid I, a man may report it for a truth• . Sag. You need not fear to affirm it: I mea~, that they are all gone on pilgrimage, both the good woman and her four boys. And being-'we are, as' I per~eive, going (ome cort1iderabl~ way togetheJ:~ I .will give you an account' of the whole matter. ~ , . This Chrifliana (for that was her name) from the .da·y that fhe with her children betook themfe.Ives to a' pil- _ grim's life, -after her huiliand was gone over the river, Part T. and fue could hear of Him no more, her thoughts began P·19°· to ':I'0rk in he~ mind. Firlt, for ,that fue had lolt her htdband, and for that the loving bond of that relation was utterly broken betwixt them. For you know, faid he to me, nature can do no lefs but entertain the living with many a heavy cogitatjon in the remem1;J;rane~of the 10[s of loving relations. _ This th~refore or.her~uiliand Mark-this, d!d cofi: her many a tear. ~ut this,was ~o~~lI, (or ~brif ~~~r:l~\~', tiand did alfo begin to conllder wiun h~rf~lf, Whether you~ godly h b . b'I' .J''l1. . rclatlOns. er un ecommg e lavl'O.UI' towa'r'l,s her )luu~a'nd was ne;. one caufe that fue faw him no more; ,and that in-fuch fort he was taken away fro~ h€r. A;d i:ipo~ ~h'is,"c;me into her mind, by [warms, all her unkin,d, unn;;.';tlral, and ungodly catriage to her -dear friend; "which ftl fo clogged her confci

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  • Page 11 and 12: In.· [ 11 J . Chrijl. Even to go a
  • Page 13 and 14: t 13' ] " Then'l117loro1ls alto' re
  • Page 15 and 16: [ - '15 ] fetain this mind, who cou
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  • Page 19 and 20: [ 18 ] art!. p.g. Now my,.:old frie
  • Page 21 and 22: [ 20 ] Then Chrijliana made low obe
  • Page 23 and 24: ~ark this, Song i. z. ( 22 ] Th~ he
  • Page 25 and 26: ,.. " 0,Merey, ,I,:w~1l a~"if,y., .
  • Page 27 and 28: -The chi!- ­ dren eat of the enemy
  • Page 29 and 30: m~a/hafteJ; her ~e~rbf: r [,- 28·
  • Page 31 and 32: Chriftiana's dra~m repeatc
  • Page 33 and 34: -,;;!!a is torn'cl pi!­ t;ri:n. ,
  • Page 35 and 36: Chri!liana's prayer a­ ",.iorr the
  • Page 37 and 38: , [ 36 J Of the hen ,He ,had them'
  • Page 39 and 40: . t efthe robill and the fpi­ "cr.
  • Page 41 and 42: Of the tree that is rot- , ten at h
  • Page 43 and 44: Mercy's anlwer. ' / ( 41 J Mercy. "
  • Page 45 and 46: 44 ] Tirey U1l- the-mfe1ves. Now wh
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  • Page 49 and 50: [ 48 J him that let you' in at that
  • Page 51 and 52: [. 50 ]. ne(~hatj:rfi:ifu;s is, fai
  • Page 53 and 54: PartI. p. 3S. Caufe of ad­ Blirati
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    Whom they prevailed upon to turn ou

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    " [ 55 ] Cbrifl. Nay, faid Chrljiia

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    [ 57 ] baft fpoken to us in the nam

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    [ 59 ] (0 willingly didfl: become m

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    [ 61 ]- Mini,' becaufe o~ his .flay

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    [ r63 . ]: h~m.~.~·n(}w,.Mr.Grf4t:

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    . ,65 ] Now, becaufe it was fomewha

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    [ '67 ] t0110wed till v.:e came at

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    ..---: , 'Prud. How doth God the So

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    I -7! j Frud. What do you do" when

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    ( 73 ] So he forebore to come at he

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    [' 7S ] oreh~ra. T dd '~arV~l,th~t

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    ,,[ 77 ] 'r~ Chr.i;r.· Pray'~ Sir)

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    [ 79 ] -·Prud. To nouri~'her young

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    1 .!fl~ ~ Aftedbey 'had-fhewed 'the

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    I 83 ] " For why? 'The Lord our God

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    L- ., 8S' J. . l'hisrValle.y ,of.Hu

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    - r ,. . [1.8i J ] ,,' Then raid th

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    89 ] whence he came; wliat he ha~'

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    ,.----- [ 91 ] groaning. They thoug

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    who )tas be.e&,le(t to the dark"eCs

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    grirnage, arid to come without a gu

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    97 1· .t., He that'did wear this h

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    T 9g ] Bever :be/ ov~rcome~ {df (x)

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    '10'1 iTa-ng with Chrijlicmaand wit

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    ; [., -.103 J bur ~.. houte': but a

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    [ f05 ] break of day" ge agaj~ft ev

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    ~ ~~7 ] ~ompany"'of inufic!~ns; th-

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    '[ 1°9. J' man, nor argument, nor

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    III ] "God's people, 'HoC. iv. 8. i

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    \ .. 6. unltr7ltJl.". . . _ , Se Ih

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    J:asxi. u. Of ehriftiana's anceftor

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    Mat is to he lY!thered rrOql laying

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    JoCeph wonders. Prov. xi. Z4. xiii.

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    . [ 120] . Ha! raid Mr. Hone.fl, jt

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    ia"t Slay. Ood af· ulted aAd lain:

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    Mark Ihis. MarJ, this. Mr. Fear. in

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    -, t u6 l ~ What, ~ ~u1d think, dot

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    Feeb'e·mind gl.d to fee R!e,dy-to-

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    heyenter to Mr. vrnafcn~s Q lodge.

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    [ '31 1 · ., .-( Grace,.go you, te

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    [ :rH ] , to take our weapons with

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    ( 136 J 'lriuch as face this monfte

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    Part I. p. u$.' Jer, "xj~. 4. Ex. x

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    .l John ii. ~3, If. Ifa. xi. 6. Def

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    . C 141 ] hanQ ; !Jut -r pl'omife y

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    f Hi ~.. Whell th(;J{e tn~n had thu

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    'I • , . [ 145 ] t" , :;; ·Then

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    l-i-7 } arid tUrtl it but another w

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    [ 14-9 ] them in mind, faying, This

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    [ 15 1 1 Paliant. It is fo. Let a m

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    ~. • ,I - ' . ~- . ~ t 151 1 Palf

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    [ '155 l, ~ 'Was tent back to tfie

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    , l 157 1 cc THen fancies flyaway,

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    - r 159 ] 1 faw then in my dream, t

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    [ i6I ] of their race. '\Therefore

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    [ 16~] Standl'afl.' Why, we are, as

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    ( 165 ] preferring the excellencies

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    [ i67 ] ccleflial vifions? Jp this

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    , ~ 0 ' c is in my journey, I {hall

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    [ 17 1 ] he was he.ard to fay, were

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    { In ] to go over tae.river. ~ow ,~

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    [-, r75 ]~ (( This' river has been

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    J71 ] 1came away, I heard,one fay,

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