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Context of The just and equall ballance discovered : with a true measure whereby the inhabitants of Sion doth fathom and compasse all false worships and their ground. Freely sent forth in the love which thirsts after the salvation of all people, to the inhabitants of Babylon and Egipt, to the end they may receive it, and with it weigh and measure themselves, and know how they stand in the sight of God. And a wo to the priests, and a word to the rulers, and also the difference between the true ministry and false, whether in the male or in the female, and how people may come to be of a good understanding. This is a warning to all people ... because they have forgotten the spirit of truth, which faithfully reprooves them, and being turned from it worships in another, and are out of the truth and its worship, which stands in that spirit that keeps unspotted in the world. Given forth by the testimony of truth in obedience to that spirit which speaks truth in the inward parts in her known to the world by the name of Sarah Blackborow
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