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(4) 2. If when [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] we [[/addition]] enter[[deletion]]s[[/deletion]] a Temple we are accustomed to be a composed mind [[deletion]] and a [[unclear]] [[addition]] with a decent & Solemn [[/addition] behaviour & gait, If when we appr[[unclear]] [[deletion]] if we hang [[unclear]] can [[unclear]] [/deletion]] the sacrifices we look down [[deletion]] upo [[/deletion]] [[deletion]] where we are present at the Sacrifices [[/deletion]] upon the ground we see whether; our clothes set as they ought to do and we study to signify our modesty in every [[deletion]] [[unclear]]: [[/deletion]] [[addition]] look & gesture: [[/addition]] we ought also to dispute modestly of the nature of God lest we should affirm any thing [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] rashly. We cannot Speak rightly of the Divine [[deletion]] name [[/deletion]] [[addition]] being [[/addition]] unless [[deletion]] made [[/deletion]] [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] [[addition]] enlighten'd [[/addition]] by him. [[deletion]] light [[/deletion]] For the Divine [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[deletion]] [[addition]] being [[/addition]]is the fountain of light as well as of Goodness. 3. God cannot be understood in any ^ [[addition]] other [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] [[/addition]] manner ^ [[addition]] than [[/addition]] [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] as mind,