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·~~7_6~4---c~~~~~O~if_m_e_S~E~N_n_r_N_o

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S_e~

It

~ii1 ~~~be

amilfe,if we willlookc_Yet a littlefurther

~n~o

this

war~

!i'~>"~<'•

whtchts more thantll'•· Forhl""'"', Is not

every workc:

1t

tsanin.wro

11

ght

'

/s

A

worke

wropght

Gym

fo, as

in

tu

alfo. And both, it may be. For ,,.d,.and"'or

1 '

loh.r_f.s<

'Eiap,,u ;

b

,;

11-IIJ>f

take not away, one theother. So then yourfelves, asbyfomeotherbeiid

"

felves; and that is G

ci

o, whois faid here

to

workeall in all.

eour

Allin all.

Ifwe take

it

at theuttermofi cxtenr,it will reach,then we mu{\b

aware

to

fever the

dife8,or deformitie

of the

worke

from the

work

it

felfe .as

IV

ellell

may.

0Uovi11g, istheworke; halting,

isthedeformity.

Moving,

that~o~esef

we

~he

route,

iswroughtbyit:halting

(thedeformity)

not from the

route

when rohm

inovj~g

comes;

bur that is caufed by the

mokednejfe

of the

leg.

s~\s

the

e'IJiU

~~~/

worke:

The

dife8,

from"":;

theworke,

from Go o,and that His.

1

. But, ofall our. good, all our well-wrought

workes,

oft~em,

we fay norone! '

Stne Me mhtlpot

'.flu

facere, Wee

~an

doe none of them without Htm:

But further,werJ.'

Wtth the Prophet,

n.omme, omma

~per

anojlra operatU< et lnnobu :

In them, Hedoth

not only

c~-oper~te wtth~s

from

Wt~~out;but,even

from within (as Imayfay)in-o,c

1 •

rate

them

m

us; ...,;,;.;""'

workmgtn yor1.

Then, 1f theregoeanorherWorktm•nto

them belides our felves,we arenot to take them wholly to

our{elves.But

ifthlt other

W

orkeman be Go n ; we will allow Him for the principall

Workeman:

at the bit.

That,

~po~

the whole matter, if our abiliti_cbc but of

gift;

if our

calling,

beebut

a

fervtce..;

tf our very

worke,

but

<.1,.,,..,

a tlung wrought

tn

11<;

cectdit liaby/Qn,pride

falsto the ground: thefe three havelayd

it

flat.

But belidcs this, there are

,three

points more in

;,1,.;;.o.

I will touch them fir!l:

'1

.I~""

they are

[aid

to be

wrbught

;.to

fhew,our worlw

fhould

notbeskrewedftomm

1

woond out ofus with fame

wrinch from withor1t,

without which noihing wouldcome.

from us by our will, if we could otherwife choofe:

'E<•n'"'""'

thefe properly. But

l"n'""'"''

from

wit,hin:

hath the

principi11m motl#

,there and thence: And fo,are naturall

nnd kindly

workes.

2

Next, from

within:

To fhew,they are not taken on-works, donein

bypocrifie .:

So

theoi•tfide faire,

what is

within, ic

skills nor. But,that there be

truth intheinw41d

parts

;

that thereit bewrought, and that thence it come.

3 And

!all:,

if it be an,,,,,.. .,, it hath an

energie

(that

is)

a

worke·ma~ip,Cucha;

that the

gift

appeares in it. For

energie

implies, it is not done

utCtJnque, butworte·

191anli!udone.

Elfe there is an

aergie,bur

no

energie

in it. And even the very word [of

divifion]

comes to as much.

Dividing,

implies

skill

to hit the

joynt,right:

For, that,

is to

divide.

To cut at venture, quitebelide the

joynt,

it skils not where, throughskin

and bones and all; that,is to

choppe

and

m~ngle,and

not to

divide. Divifimharhart,

ever. And this for Go n s

divifton,

the

diviflon of workes,

And fo now

you

have

all three.

. We have fer downe the order; Will you now reflect upon ka little,and feethe

variation of the compajfe,and

fee how thefe

divifions

are all put out of

order;

and who

be in, and whobe out at every one of them

~

Firfl:, where the

gi,ft

and the

cafftHg

are

(and fo are to bee

)Relatives,

neither without the other; There are men of

n~gifts

(tofpeake

of)

that mayfeemeto have cometoo late, ;or

to

have

beeneawayqm~e,at

thefirfl:

ofrheSpirits

dealing: No fhare they have ofit; yet

whardoethey~.Famly

{hide over the

gifts;

.never care for them ; and il:ep into the

.:ailing

over the

gifts

~nd

fo over the

Holy Ghojls head.

Where they fhould beginne with

thegift,.rhe.firitdu~

they begin with,is to get them

agoodplace.

Let the

gift

come afrer,iflt:"tll: otlf tt

doe not, it skills not greatly. They arewell:

they lye (oaking intbe

brct?,mth:£rne

time. This neglect of the

gift,

in effect is a plainecontempt of the

Sptrtt,

~st

t

ere

werenogreatneedofthe

Holy Ghojl.

f

Thus it fhould be: As one fpecds at the firll: divilion,fo hdhould atthefecon •

lf

nogracefrom

the

Spirit;

noplac~with

C u

R

r

s

T•

If

fomeone,

but~ml<fneon:~

let his

place

bee according. Hee with the

twu mites,

not in the

p14ce

of htmwtth

ftv~