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are in the same Condition, in which we see a dry and barren Ground, that is parch'd with the scorching Heat of the Sun, and without any Re. lief from the Rain and Dew of Heaven, and by this Means becomes unfruitful ; wherefore Chri. Aians should make it their first and great Business, carefully and diligently to endeavour to obtain the Grace of God, without Which, all the Honours, Pleasures and Riches of this World, cannot exempt them from being in the same Condition, in the sight of God, as is a piece of Ground that is deftitute of the Rain and Dew of Heaven ; that is, altogether useless, barren and unprofitable to God and Man:
Nothing, ah, nothing Virtue only gives
of Woe, You know full well! but may you never know.
Q. By what Fitness, or Sympathy, is the Vine taken to be the Emblem of the Wife?
A. As the Vine on the sides of the House, being neither fo high as the Top, nor so low as the Bottom, is an Ornament to the House ; so the Wife, placed in the middle Condition, neither as the Head, nor as the Foot, but by the Side, as a Companion ; (for they are Companions that walk Side by Side :) and is ornamental to them both : And as the Vine yields the fairest Shade of any Tree to fit under ; so muft the Wife be the Shade and Delight of her Husband : And as there is no Tree more sensible of Wrong than the Vine ; for cut it, and it will wither, and waste away; so muft the Wife, at any just Reproof, be tender and senfible, as the Vine of decaying: And as the Smell of the Leaves of the Vine drives away, in Summer, all noisome Beasts and Serpents ; so muf