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Ralph Venning

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He accounts himself lesse thent he least of all mercies; and yet he lookes on the greatest as his due.
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"The Triumph of Assurance", Orthodox Paradoxes, Or, A Believer Clearing Truth by Seeming Contradictions (1647), p. 48-49.

 
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