I cannot leave this chapter without quoting Flavel's concluding sentence:
How Providence will dispose of my life, liberty and labours for time to come, I know not; but I cheerfully commit all to Him who has hitherto performed all things for me (Ps. 57. 2). (pg. 218)
Well said, humble servant of Christ the King, We are blessed to have your work to teach and instruct us. Your "labours" continue to new generations, and for that we are truly thankful.
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