Benjamin Grosvenor, God's Good Will to Great-Britain (London: Printed for Eman. Matthews, at the Bible in Pater-Noster-Row; and R. Ford, at the Angel in the Poultrey, 1720), 9–10. Also in Sermons by Benjamin Grosvenor (Isle of Wight: Printed for the Author, by R. Tillin, Newport; and Sold by Williams and Smith, Stationer's-Court, and Ogle, Holborn, London, 1808), 183."I. What this Good Will of God is [in Deut. 33:16]?
And it signifies not only that Benevolence of God, whereby he wills Good to all his Creatures, not willing that any should perish, but should come to the Knowledge of the Truth, and be saved: Not only his common Beneficence, whereby he does good to all, and his tender Mercies are over all his Works; causing his Sun to shine and his Rain to fall upon the Just and the Unjust: And with a liberal Hand scatters promiscuous Bounties over the World, which are pick'd up by wicked Men as Dogs do Crumbs under their Masters Table: But the good Will of God here [in Deut. 33:16] must be understood to signify something more Excellent..."