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Serm(m

1.

and

FA

s r

1 N G.

Ofthefetwo, then. Firll:bywayof

Report,

joyntly: thJt,

dc(ac1othusitis:

I.

thus they; and thus, we

feekc.

.

.

.

·

Then if we take rhem

m

ftmder, and (as

Ieremtda1th)

*

Sepamt~

the precio:n ftam

I

I.

t

' ·•·ile

.

Glu·rebant

"'"'the Rower of our actiOns, from

cum

oc.:cderet,

the dro!fe

,

1

.

~.

• ""'-5"'

·f

·

c

r:d

·

1

· d

a

·

·' "·'

5

'~·

.d 'egges,andveryrcfufeo oc1rurne._

onJ er nemaparr,.m

1ew

r.

ThJtthts

tim

is not the time:

z.

And that

tlusfeekmg,thu~forved

and rhus placed, 1s no

fee.

ki·•f!;·

nor ever

flJalljnde.

Therefore, w1th

Afaph

s mll:ruchon,

ro

fettle

our)ceking

....._

upon fomeorher time; and

ro

r~folve,

ro

bcgm rt before.

.

$t~t~~t~i~~itt~~it~tttt~~tii~t~~tt~t$~~$~

·r·.

Wo powers there are

in

Cttm:

·1.

A

Privative,_ofall

rimes before:

z:

A

Pd-

t:

jitive,

ofrhar inll:ant rime, then._ No

nm~, ~efore,

we

fee,ke:

At chat

mffant or

both

Je

time, then, we doe.

On whJCh_two conllll:eth

Theatm"! vtt,e,

the very

~~:~, ;~;.·;~;:

Thearerofourl&. Ourcafe,beforechattlme, 1s hvcly exprdfed

m

the words1m-

m.

]llediardy precedent ;

They

JP

end their dayu in vanitie, and th<iryeAres in 111rmoile

in

·the world.

Our cafe, then, atrlut time, in rhefe words,'""'

occlt!ereteos.

Yea,

by

.implicarion,they areboth,in this vcrfe: By what they doenow)s implied what chey

rlid before. • N01v,they

(ought Htm:

So thJt,

before,chcy

loll: Htm. •Ag:une,

Then,

Vcrf, l

i,

they

tumcdto :So

that,

bef.re,

they turned away,

~nd

nor once looked toward 1-:\ini,

·3

Now rhey

rofe

up early:

fo'rhat, before, they put it offtill

twil'g~t.

4

Now they

7

emembrcd:

fo that, before, they fotgate Him cleane; No fpeech, no quell:ion ;nay,

no

thought about Him.

Thus it

W:lS

(faith

v1{apb)

under

r.Mo{es.

WhileHis hand was not vpon them;

they regarded Him n;>t,

as

nor worth

thefeeking: Perdebant Ettm,

it was their

lojing

time. Bur,

whm

He

jlcwtheJn,

they fdl

to

fetke;

and well was hechat m1ghc findc :

·..!!l!!,~treba»t

Eum,itwastheir

feekmgrime.

.

.

.

Befor~,~£rebant

alia,they

found rhemfelves

or

het matters more meet to

feeke:

.Then,

~rebant

Eum,rheygaveovetall, tofeeke

Him,

only.

·

Before, He fought them ; and they gave Him g'ood leave,

(o

td do:. Then all

is turned our and in: As He, them, before; Sothey,

Him,

now.

And is it norrhuswirh us, that are now

in theatre

upon the ll:age

~

Yes indeed:

andmore, ifmoremay be.This,is bur

vetrHfabtda,per novos

hijlrio.~u,

the £:1me

Play

againe by other

4flors.

For, in Publike: when, in che dayes offafcry, plenty, and

peace,

we

are in the

VI.

of

Amos

,and are bell: at cafe when

k~rebant

is

r~1rthell:

fi·ont

us;

b~g,

ifWarre, Famine, or Conragi01i come,rhenwe runnew the

II.

of

loei,San-

rod '·rli·

flijie a

F

afl, and callfor the Arke,

and

grow all godly on

a

fudden: Wlmis this, b<Jr

Ct~mocc!derct

I

And, in Priv,ite: When \vhilc yduth,and frrength, and hcaldi

doth !aft, while the evtll day is farre off, we are even at,

cejfare fac Sanflr:m lfrael

a

Efay

;.~

1 ;;

nohi!,

Caufe the

Holy o11eof lfrdel

to ccalc from ilS;

13m,

whcndilhcffc, danger, or

de~

rh

come, when

Rabfaketb

is before the walls, cbcn we cry,

No,~

is tbeday oftrib"-

Eiay 3

7:

3

.q.

latzon andangrlijb;

now

the chtldren are come to thebtrth, and there

u

no ftri:ngth td

6t

delt:z;er;d;

Now,

Sendtolj(ay;

Now,

!iftt!pthy?rayer forthcremnantth•t is left:

What t>tlus, but

Cr~m

omdmt

?

Surely' th!S

IS

our

care: Our

{eeking

<>oerh

}

wholly byour

killing:

waxcrh :md waineth: ·is out lnd in, as that is neere atlund

otfarrher off.

I

need nottdl it, your eares

and

eyes are daily wirneffcs, chatthis

is

;t·

true

f.1ymg,

Cum

occidmt

cos,

&c. No

killmz,

no

{<eking.

:

.

J

b

Thi!

io

a

trt<ffaying:

bur,

all

true fayingsare,not

by

allmww

(Nay fomc;

~at'

Of

,I

i.

t/

~.Y

meanes)

to be recerved.

Tht

report

(m

deed) 1s, Thus it was. But, the

m-

~av

ach

ftvi;:{,

. ru .

'~n,ts

?X.!Ji•nt,

Th:uir 010uld not 5e: To the end then, we wav know, \vhac

£j:;~e~e

and

what

~orefu[e,

we

\~ili_rake

it in pecc.es;

and

me,lr rhe drolftf1:om the

......f

h

/tall•.

.ftg;erebant E1tm,

oy

1t

felfe

JS

good: Put

occcderet

tO'

1t, tt 1s bafe.

"-' t

ete then

m

order.

·

-

0

~.'1"·<reba»t

F.um,

we

ri-~a~l foo~e

'agree (ifit be

qu.trebant Et<trJ)

that it is a

'F

iai

,a'

I

4!~>t5•nt

I ..

'

CL.4

thing

E•m,

our

ji.c;