though in place latter,in nature is the former,and
firfl to be handled : fot
J:?Ufl: be a thing firfi fee
can.Jet our eyes
firlt. Certaine it is, that
is here meant:
Saint Iolm bath put us our of doubtforthatpoirtt.
(here) could have let downe His name, and
(before) had named his name,Omduur
being after him in time, mighthaveeafilyrepeated it. Bur,
and eo him, rather
on; and fupprefsing his name of
e:xpreffe Him by thelhleor
Which being done by choice,mufl:needs have
a reafon of che doing, and fo it hath.
Firlt, the better
fpecifie and particularize the:
kmde,and mofl peculiar circumll:ance of His death.
etur, 'Dye He .[hall,
naturall, ora violent?
dye, not a
but a violent death.
But many are ilaine after many
kinds there bee of violent deaths: the P[alnziftthe more
fet it down,defcribeth it thus :
which is only proper to the death of the Croffe.
were crucified;and therefore,the
make up all, addeth, that He !hould I)Ot only be
iwt only have his
even his heart
too. Which very note fevers Him from all the reil, with as great particu.,-
as may be. for that, though many befides at other times,and fome .
at the fame time (with him) were
nonewasopened,butHis,and His only.
Secondly, as to fpecifieC HR 1sT Himfelfc in Perfon, and to fever>
Hm from the reil:, fo it1
Himlelfe and in Hzs Perfon to fever
from the reil: of His
that chiefly con- .
and we fpecially are
and that, is this dayes worke,
doth bell:e:xpre/fe this:
sus CaR 1s
T,and Him crucified·'
/at ts,the perfection of our.kiwwledae, is CH R1s T: The perfection
is the knowledge of
fhis, is the chiefe
Nay (a; itfhall afreuppeare) in this
t;.are all lights ; So that,
this and know all. This generally,