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Enter in at the straite gate: for wide is the gate, and broade is the waye, that leadeth to destruction: and many ther be which go in therat. For straite is the gate, and narowe is the waye, which leadeth vnto life: and few ther be that fynde it.

Matthew 7:13,14

Wharefore I advise thee to do as Christian thy husband did: go to the wicket-gate yonder, over the plain, for that stands at the head of the way by which thou must go;

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