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Preached in

L

E N

r ·.

This Jife:ts itwasHirlife; So the

good

of it,

His gcod, lionatu4.

This,,

Hidift,

thefethe portion of His life: thefe He chof, for

HH

good :

~hey,Hrs

;:and He,theirs.

The that mJke ftrch achoice, thm

ReceptJit

may

w~ll

end

mc_mczaru.

... .

.

·

YTh'

ay Saint

chrJ..r iftome:

by the

mtnde.

Same

Areguj!enc

raked) another, by

IS

w

'

1'

.

h'

.

d I

fi

'

the,tiemory,morepropertothePamarc. smeamng : an nat ..ourewayes: .

. . ,.

I

For (faith he)

Abruham

wtlhng htm ro

remember,

he

haaremvedfuch thmgs;

irh lyeth (in etfeet)rhar he had cleane forgotten, \hat any fuch

~~mgs ~e

had ever

re-

.

,

· P ·d LookehowE{aufpeaketh,

Habeohonaplurzma, Ihaveenotegh, my JJrother:

Gcn.n;;

'A:;d:

a~

his pew-fellow he!e,

L11ke

X I I:

Anima habes,

S<;~ule,thoup;y1

goods

eno~g";·

Luke ...,,;;

Evenfoforall thnvorld, ttfeemeth,thrs p:my here; he

had

them :·Sure he

~a~,_.Ji;

hadrhem:

bur, that he

recervedrhem,

hee never remembred. No\V, hce Js'pud;t

minde,

qt~ia

ricepifti : Now therefore, tho11 art tormented.

..

c

,.

l

Now not remembring he

hadreceivedthem,

no marvelllfhe forgate,

wh

he

.., • ·•

'I

received thet'n or

JVith what go»dition:

Forgetting Go n in heaven, no marvell ifhe

remembrcd

n~t

Laz.arU<

pn earth. Veri!y, neither he nor any man receive theil;), as

: r ..r

Proprinaries; butasStewards,andasAccomptants,

as CH

RI

s

·r

tellethus, above

in this

chapter.

Not, for ourfelvesbnly, or for our owneufe; but for others, too ;

And among others, for

Laz.arU<

by name. If

Laz.arU<

receive·nor, it was his fault,

andnot Goo's,Whogavehimenciughro(upplyhisowneufes, andLatoartl4warlt

·

'tc •'

too. Forboth which two, he, and all

receive;

that receive at Go r/s hands:

But

he

(it feemeth)receivcdrhemto and for hi'!'(elfe alone; and no body elfe: That

AbraL

h~m

faith truly,

Recep.iftrtu; tu &_nemoaltm : Tott! andyotiYS;

and no bodypefides;

For, his

Recepif/i

endedmhJmlelte, and he

mad~ himf~lfe

Summam

iM•fliu~i ncept~-

rum.

For, tfyou calllum t<;> accompt by the wnr of

Redderatronem,

this m?ll be hts

Audit: In

purple

and

linnen,

fo much; arid m

befly.chcere,

fo much : So niuth on his

batke, andfo much on.hisb<;Jard, and in them endeth

~he

Total!

of h\s

Rrctipt :

Ex-

cept you wil put inhishormdstoo,which rete1ved ofhtm;'!lore than

L_az.aru;

mighr;

This is

mdcedRecepr~;

tufolm.

ThiS dtd

not1braham :

For, hrs recetpt reacherh td

firangers;and orhers be!ideshimlelfe; anp,

Laz.arU<

hee received in his bofome ori

earth, or elfe he had never beene in heaven, to have him there.

,

·

'

.

Will you fee

[nowtherefore]

the Confequentin kinde

~

Therefore

is·Phis panie

now in the

Gulfe,

becaufe (living) himfelfe was agnlfe: Iris now

G11rgei in

g~<rgite.

but one Gulfeinanother. While helived, he was as a Gnl(cfwallowing all:

'f{Jw

therefore,

the

Gulfe

hath

fwa/fowed him.

.

Remember

this, for it is a fpeciall point.

For, rfour

prrrpte

and

fine linnen

[wallow up ouralmes: If our roo much lalhing

on~

{o doe good to our felves,make us iri lbte to doe good;to none but ourfelves: If our

riot?US walling on ex.pences of

~anitie;be:agt~lfe ~ntl

devoure qur Chr!llianimploy–

l!lg rn workes ofcharme; Therers dangerm

Recepift!,

even the danger of[

Now there-

fore] Gurges ei'M

&

ingMgitemprojicicrii;

a

Gttlfe

thou wert, and into the

-t;ut(e

/halt

thou goe. Ever, for the moli parr, you lhall linde thefc two coupled. I\i

Sodome.

E k

6

· '.

Pride, andfi•lne(fe of bread,

with

not

~retching

the hand io thepoore.

In

IreJa

..

Grell;

a~:o;~.f?·

hot~lu

of

"',lllt,

and rich beds

tij

ivo~y

,with

little compafion on the mifery of

1

o(eph.

And

hen;:

G~mg

rrchly.' and far:ng.damtzly,

\'Vtth

taz.arU<

bolome and belly,both ell)pty.

The faym.g of Same

B~fit

ts htg?Iy

cor~1mended, that.:~'"

7;;,

~

»

t'i.'i'l'l•,

iTide is

Prodzgalrtwwhetftone.

An? fo

ltlS

(furec;) and fets [uch an edge upo_n it in our ex:

pences,that tt cuts fodeepe toto our

recerpt;

and /hares fo much forf'"ple'and

lin!'e/J;

as rtleavesbut a!mle for

Laz.arm

portion. Sure, foit;.is: lelfe

p~trple

muf!

content

bus; and fomewhat muf! be cur off from

quotidie fllendide,

if We

,viJl

have

L-a):·Arm

etter provided for.

.

·

"'

~

'· 11 }his,I have llood a little on, thatit riiay be

remembred.

·iris C

i

11

r s

T •

s

f

pe:

eta

ft

.~f~,bothin

the Parable before, and in this Story here: and

remernber,.it

wee

~~s)

'', ett;1\,(as, in that) we will be received into

e'llerlAftit~g

taber'nacfes;

or (

as~j[i

~

e

Wt

edehvered from

e'l/erlaftillg torments.

'

m

1

~

ow\adde,that, in thus

forgetti~g

Lazarus

to remember himfelfe, bee rl!.'

e~

re notJ\mfelfeneither,butfallcdinthattoo: For, whereas

he

confiftedof

•r

E.

e

3

two