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Re: Extending etags.el + exuberant ctags for duplicate tag definitions

From: Scott Frazer
Subject: Re: Extending etags.el + exuberant ctags for duplicate tag definitions
Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 20:59:57 GMT

who have certainly been perfectly sober, and very remote
from any thing like enthusiastic wildness. And they have talked, when
able to speak, of the glory of God's perfections, the wonderfulness of
His grace in Christ, and their own unworthiness, in such a manner as
cannot be perfectly expressed after them. Their sense of their exceeding
littleness and vileness, and their disposition to abase themselves
before God, has appeared to be great in proportion to their light and

Such persons amongst us as have been thus distinguished with the most
extraordinary discoveries, have commonly nowise appeared with the
assuming, self-conceited, and self-sufficient airs of enthusiasts, but
exceedingly the contrary. They are eminent for a spirit of meekness,
modesty, self-diffidence, and a low opinion of themselves. No persons
appear so sensible of their need of instruction and so eager to receive
it, as some of them; nor so ready to think others better than
themselves. Those that have been considered as converted amongst us,
have generally manifested a longing to lie low and in the dust before
God; withal complaining of their not being able to lie low enough.

They speak much of their sense of excellency in the way of salvation by
free and sovereign grace, through the righteousness of Christ alone; and
how it is with delight that they renounce their own righteousness, and
rejoice in having no account made of it. Many have expressed themselves
to this purpose, that it would lessen the satisfaction they hope for in
heaven to have it by their own righteousness, or in any other way than
as bestowed by free grace, and for Christ's sake alone. They speak much
of the inexpressibleness of what they experience, how their words fail,
so that they cannot declare it. And particularly they speak with
exceeding admiration of the superlative excellency of that pleasure and
delight which they sometimes enjoy; how a little of it is sufficient to
pay them for all the pains 

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