itfJlleth not into His nature to doe it. But, if
could; if it were pof–
in the world,
fuch are ourconrempts, fo many, and
fo mighty, that we would force Hmno tt. .
, . .
Exprzmzt m Se,
exprzmat de te,
Himfelfe Heexprcflech them, rhat from
inpajion,thatHemay move us ; and even mthat
whereto He would move us;
As here now: As
complameth ofus,that we mtght be
lain ofourfelvcs,tbat ever we
Htrn fuch cau[e: And fo confeguently, that we
ht berhink our [elves
give redreffc ro tt; th:tt fo,Hts compbtnlll£ n11ght ceaf<'•J
mtg And-from the cornplaint,itis no hndmarrer to extract the redrelkr. To yeeld
to but even as much, for Him
Nay; for our felvcs) as; every where
Tofpeake that, whtch Go
fogladly. would heare.
les know,the feafon ofour
and to take
gtve redreffe to the three former gnevances: ( Thefe
three:) and the fame the three parts of this Text, orderly to be treated of.
O make Hismotionthe more reafonable,andHis complaint
in their owne caufe: And, from their owne'Practice
frameth and putteth
and putted1 it in qucfrion–
w.ife: and therefore quefrion-wife, that they may anfwer i!, and an[wering it con–
demne rhemfelves by a verdict fi·om their owne mourh.Wi/1
&c. Is there any, that
In effeet,as ifHe fhould fay: Goe
whither you will, f.1rre or neere, was it ever heard or feene, that any man, ifhis foot
1Jipped and hee rooke a
that hce would lye frtll hke a beafi and not up again
Or ifheeloll hts way, that hee would wmmglygoe on, and not with all
fpeed getinto it againe .
We have taken up the
Adam's fin, Adam'sfall.
as a fall ;Jor
ithrulfes:isafall; foritbringerhdown'easafall; downe, fromthdfate of
downe tO the dufi o£
to the pit of
errour. No!'ne errant omnes,
make you any doubt of
I doe not : No fure; an errour it is.
What can be greater, than to goe in the
they fl1ould not, arid
they would nor.
It is then
Vpon which hejoyl)ethiffue,andinferreth the
fifth verfe,.f2.!!_are ergo?
Ifthere be no people fo fottifll,thatwhen they. fall will lye fiill,or when rhey
trre,goe on frill,why doethis people that,wh,_:l no peoplee!Ce will
:ingthey themfelves, ifthey be
backe; how corn.
rneth it to paffe, it holds not here too
That (here) they
Nay, will they,every where clfe,and not
dfe, will they
and turne againe, if they rurne away; and here, only.
turne away and not
In every fall, in
-every errourofthe feet,to doe it,and to doe it ofour felves; and in that
errour,_which toucheth Go
meanes,by no cmreatieto begoe
What dealing call you th!s
Yetthis is their firange dealing (f.1ith the
Goo wonders at and comrlaineth of; and
Whocancomplameof Hts wondenng, orwonderatHiscomp1aining
But whatfpeakewe ofa
'J:here is a word;in the
makerh it more grievous. For it is (asifhdhouldfay)l
would it were not a
Nay, !.would it were b11t that ·. but
Bur,iris both: and that is it which