E PENT .AN
Now, did this m;;;
No: (Sec the X X X I
for, at this they
finned yet more,
and went about
neverthe fooner. It m.ull: be
mm occtderet eoJ, themfelveJ,
orit will not doe it.
Come then to themfelves,·and
not with the
to wound; aot witli the
to difpatch out-right: will that lerve
Ct<m ca!deret eos,
when He·wormdedthem, wirh fome mortall fickndfe the mclfengcr
of death,_would they
No : not then, not for all that, would they
and them; but them firlt, and let Go
fray till they be gone.
And, ti11 they give us over, and tell us plaindy,
is now come indeed: no
will fend us to
So that, it is not either '
Crtm Serviret et!,
Nay it is nor,
with :my but our
will doe it.
then; when we are come to the very bll: calt, our fireJwth is crone our·
'i'ltltC cane pent, our •Cn esappa e ,an t epowerso ounou casnum
fenfes : when
generall prolhation ofall our powers,and rhelhadow of death upon
our eyes :Then,fomerhmgwewould filyordoe,wluchlhouldlhnd for
doubt)itwill not ferve. This, is rhctime,
would we then
when we ate not incafe, rofeeke <my
Wouldweetrtrneto Him then, when wee are nor able
when wee are not ableio rife at all: Or
after Him, when our breath faileth us, and wee are nOt able to fpcake three
Neither before, nor with, bur even at the e11d of
houre, but the houre of
No rime, bur when
taketh time from us, and us
temptu nonerit arnplitM ?
tttrning, rifing, enq11iring
cannot COillmcnd it, either in it fclfe,ol'to any.
commend it not.
Jhat that may be faid
this,and iris nothing.True: fome one or two ofathou-'
fand and ten thoufand, that have. How
Shall we not therefore follow our in-
ifthat will hold. Thus it is: Some,going a journey,have found
purfe by the way:
were mad counfcll, to'advife us to leave oul' money behinde,
upon hope oflike hap in ours. No: this is fafe and good: Though fome one or two
yet let us fccke for all that. Though fome one or two
have, then, fought, and found, yet let us
before. Though fome have found a
purfe in theirway,let us nottrull:ro like hap,but carry money with us. This is
onfpeciall favour open rofome few. There lieth no way
(yotl have heard)
To fpeake thenoff.1fe[eeking, andfure finding,
f.1y (asAfaphfaith) tttsa
Thistimeisnotrhe time CH"
givethus :He allignethus an.
wee condemne ourfdves, in that we would feeke
allow it our fdves.
If wee were put toir, to f.1y plainely;
Not, tul flee kill mec:
it would choake us.
We neither have hearrnor face, we would nor dare to anfwer fo; we dare nor avow
Manl1. 6 ·l3·
The time of Go
This is not it.
mufibCJMG-, fuch asts meet to be
not: Therefore(I hope) we willnotoffer it Go u. If we doe.; takeheed Hefcorne
not this rime, as He cloth their
Zachary: AgMdly time, that
Take heed He fl:and notuponHis reputation (as in
and bid us
at this houre,
to anygreat man and[C,,_,.hether he will beconte"t with
teject both us and our
not ; cannot be bur
that, no man is fo meanc,but would