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Context of An essay on universal redemption: : wherein is shewn, that Christ did not die purely for the sake of a small part of mankind; but all and every man. That, by Christ, every man is put into a capacity of obtaining everlasting salvation. That neither Adam's sin, nor any of our own, hath made the blessed God implacable and irreconcilable; but that he will afford all necessary grace, to enable and excite us to faith, repentance and a godly life. And, that upon the faithful improvement of this abundant mercy and help, he will, most assuredly, forgive all men their sins, justify, ever bless and save them.
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