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Gods propitious to you? be good. Whosoever imitates them reverences them enough. He [[deletion]] chiefly [[/deletion]] honours God chiefly, who makes his mind as like unto God, as he can. Love God more than your [[deletion]] mind [[/deletion]] [[addition]] own soul [[/addition]]. If you do not love God you will not go to him. You will not be loved by God unless you have in you something like unto him. You ought to endeavour, to be like unto God as much as is [[addition]] permitted [[/addition]] lawfull to man. But man is made like unto God by prudence, justice, and holiness [[image]]