So that before, ifyou had ought to fay to them,you might.
then, is To
E[ay) themorning commeth, and
dDth thenight :
our dayes fpend apace; and we fay, we
let us once doe it indeed. ·
ifitbeEmn: Another point to be rectified.
is .the right
feeking. Not,fleke Him,
fomewhat we would have ofHrm: but to, feeke
It is one
ufl of Htm.
feeke for the mrracle
One thing, to
another, to feeke His fingers ends. One
thing to confult with Him onely for
to know and doe ; another,
c;onfult with Him,
it hit our humour to make our advantage of it; if it goe
againfi: us, to fer
by it. Such is our
for the mofi part:
to have our turne terved; to have our health refiored, that wee may feeke Him
no longer, but to our former riot againe, and
Him, indeed: Seekc
for Him!elfe. Thefe two points being agreed
of, we ihall throughly agree of
And, fo much for it, and for our
For, when we have agreed ofour
we have not done. With •
(as all things,the befi things under the Sunne)
their doe time and place. Wherein appeareth the aba–
ting power of
thatthey ate able to bring do.wn
marreth not only Mufike, but all things elfe,
is wrong; andfo,all is wrong.
To finde6ur the
wee agree firfi, that as every weightiething bath, fothe
Go o is to beallowed a time, too.
Verily, wee ihould doe it abfolutely, all ourlife long:
.fl.!i,«rite (dciem Ejm femper.
A.nd, in this fenfewe grant
times too. But, not
then, an4 never till then:
we deny it.
Go o (indeed) isfo to be
burw,e cannotfo feeke Him: Other our
faires crave allowance out of ourcime; and we are well content toyeeld itlargely.
Onely that Go o have a
left, when to
That is bur reafon: all
will yeeldto it. All gram a
But, come to know, when that
ihall be ; here,we vary, firfi:.We cannot be
brought to [et downe
,but love to be left at large. Doe it we will; but
(indeed) we cannot fi1ew
when,;., ·.J,X!Ppn"'->,when wee have
I cannornow fi:and to
hope one day to beat leafu.re to doe
it: but, that day never catne.
Vrgethem, preff'e them,
No other refolution, but,
t.AliqttandaDeumfequar, Sed non moad: Somettme
fbll; but, not thrs ttme. Never,
in the prefent ;bnt,fometimehereafter.
Follow them alblong theirlife, they linde notthisC11m, but put it from one
to another, till there be none left, bur only
Even that very time,
againfi which Go o layeth His exceptions. Every time before, we fay,
is not time yet : Every houre before,
Not to leave Go o' s
thus at randorne
grow to fame- cer·
I demand, Will any time ferve
Is G o o at all times to be
H ·' ·
Itis certaine Not. . ·· The very limitation ( of
chat oth9r times there bee; wh>rein,
yo.u may, but finde W:im you