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Sermon,

I.

andfASTIN.G"

' verb:

1

wiflgoe

(faith He)

a11dreturneto myjlace, tillthey acknowledge.fl1eirfjults,

~nd

HoCi ,;,

fi

keme.

And when will that be( Headderh: In

novij{tmo qt<<tr<flt me dtltgtnter, ,An

eed

ill

~ome

:and when rhatcommerh,

they will feeke me diligmtlf

,even rhe btft of

ehe~v

And even fo we are faine rorefolve·: For, ourlor, is

Gods

!or, an<{ when He

fought ro them, wee

~QC

'ro our place,and there lland,t.ill rh_eir r,noneth

1

ExpeElanPe~

!oh

r.;.

itqu

4

motum,

waiting nll tbe deflroy.ng

Angell.~me.and

fluTe-the

~_Vater,

a:nd then

tterent Bum

will bee worrh the

feekrng

after.

,

:.

.

.

,

, .

'1

Then, according

.eo

~r. P~td'sdis'junCl:i~e~

V!e,

rh_a~

all othe'r nmes

mentti extedil

Cor.s:l

i;

"'"' Deo,mh:it rimeJobm

fum«<

'1/o~a.

DlVInme;whtch (mout rufF:

1

~~

fopht(me

anef

·

fc!.oole-fointi,

and (at the bell) a kmd

ofextajie abo_ut Gotf,

IS

and

(h~ll~e,

rhen,

the

words

of

trid!t imdfobernelfe.

For,

God,

and Hts feektng wijl have rhm

rune;

Before,

if it may be : bur ifnor before, then,at the farrhell. Firll orlall;all_fiull toofelfe,by

{eeking, God

is to be fought. Some,before He

kt!l;

and happy are they:

Bur,

when

He

lti/Mb,

all:

1/.ypocrites,Heathms,AtheiRs

and all.

. .

. '

'

.

And I would pray you{inaword) burro nore,m

feekmg

rhen, how many rhtngs

theyconfelfe; For,rhere be(l rake ir>foure potential! Confeflions in ir :

,

That fuch anonerherds robe

fought .

A Power above us, whofe beingandfo-

~eraignery

;all,firll orlafl

~all

Jeeke.

.

:

.

Th:~;f

fomewhat there

IS

to

be found:.

fom~

good to

be

done, m

feekmg

(as

Efay

Ef,

~

, ·

[aiih)NdnfruJirad:xtt;HehAthnotmvamefndtothe[eedoflacob,(eekqemee.

For

Y•

9

.;,ere it tono'purpofe, rhey would nor then doe ir; bur,

as

atother rin'les they did,(o

!erit

a!o'n~

then,tool

.

. .

.

'

.

That:whatfoever thargoodis, hit upon it,

or'Ru~ble

on

ir,

we lhall not: It will

nor be had

/11

parergs,

bur

fee_lce

it we

m~ll. F~r,

wirh<?urfee/cing,

ic

will nor

b~

had•.

3

If it would they might fidhll,and letlt drop mto tht.'irlaps.

'.

·

That

feeking

at this rime when He

fl'!Jeth

them,rheythadhew what

rhatgoodis;

4

they

feeke':

Even rhat,thePfalmi/f faith,]

eelce the

LoaD,

and

JOIIrfoulefhaltlive

.-

ri}a_t

Ff>l.~?l''

whacCoever become oftheirbody,at leall.rheirfou/emay

livr:

that we l.(Jfe nor both;\

that He

killnot both, and

ca!f

both into hellfire.

And rhis, even·:vhen we come within

the hemifphere ofthe orher l1fe, the fenCe we then have of fomewhar rhat lboufd

have beene fought before; the mif.giving ofour hearts; rbey !ball come ro a recko-

ning,for nor

feeking

fooner: And this,rhat nor one ofus wou!d.dye fuddertfy

~y

our

good-wills,bur have arimeto

feeke

G on, before we lofe our felves: This, that wee

defire

to

die

(ee/cing,howfoever

we

live; all lbew certainly, it is

a-Fiat,a

rhihg

to

be:

done; agood thing

rofeelce

Go n,evenrbeeru:mies of ir, being Iudgesof)r.

.

So then:

qu.mbant Etlm

is a's it lbould.be. But,

I

adde: •!firbe

qu~re!JA11t,fu:.

king

indeed.

• And, if it be

qu,erebant /i.um,

and

nor~li~din

Eo: teelcing,

nor

Him,

bur fomewhat elfe by Him.

.

,

If

lt

befeeking

indeed. Forthey, to whom thePwphet

Efay

faid,

*Si

qte4rMs,

'.!:;;::.7,,.

'fll.trtte,Ifyee fee!te,

why then

doett;

fought fo, as (it feemeth) rhm

fielcing

defer-

~'"l"''"d

ved nor the name of

feekmg.

So loofely, fo fiightly,fo llenderly,rhey did it ; as if, •

b"'Y'' " '

that, rhcy fought, were

as

good Jolt as found.So

foteght

rhe parry that [aid,

In lertu.

Cmc.I·'·

lo 1t•4flvi t[Uem diligit anima,

that

lay in bed

and

(oteght.

Sohe that asked our

S

4

viour,

Iohn

18

l

0 •

fJ~tdeJf'!'er!t.u

r

(a very good queflion.:) and when hee had asked ir, another thing

tookchlmmrhehead,andupherofe,andwentkMtvay,beforeC

HR Is T

couldtdl

blm, wl\ar it was.

Such is our

feeliing,

for rhe moll p4rt. Some idle que(tion

c~ft:

Some tablc-ralke moved: Some

quidejl veritas,and

goe'our way : Alll>y the way,In

~ran(<dcur.fu

i

and never, as if it were about fome matter offpeciall momenr fit about

1t

an

[t1keit

our indeed.

'

h

i.

Theyturnedthem

(fairhrheTexr:)

as

if, before they fought withourfo

tnuc

as

turning

them about.

..

)

.

,

2 •.

They

r~fe.•p:

as

rhoug~,before,they

fateflit!

and fought. · '. .

· ·

]'3

h

Thf,y dtd1t

early,

and d1d nor tarry rill

Cum occtderet,

rhe Surthewerefet,and

no tg

t

to

eeke

by,

but their feet llumbled i'n'the

datkt

mountAines.

Jf.They

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