NSP IRA CIJt
If to be
becaufe they la1d not theu hand
helpe Him much
they would feeli.e to lay their hands on him, to mifchiefe' and m
away. It was IudM,he was one ofthefe, againll: whom C
1111. Is T
And it was
GoD curfed: and why, what was
What, but that hefought to Withdraw our parems from their due fubjeClion. tau
againll: Gob, to
themfelves, and never acknowledge Him 0r any
Superiour. The(e be they (cenainly)againil: whom (GoD,
praye:, everyfyllableofit. May, nay,ought;
even bound to 1r.
that there be no !hiving, but that
all may fay Amentost,u!hallnotbeamllfe, 1flmay, w1thyour good favour la
before you fome reafons, and thofc foinforcing, tharwe !hall hold ourfel;esfo
bound, as rhat we cannot avoid, but yeeld
care nor much, lfl keep thenum–
they are three.
lt ore eere,1 we new any were
us make any CJ.Ueftion?
need nor, it is fer downe to our hands)
Soperifh allthttle fnemtes oL
n. So : ho\y
Eve» as St(era :
feet, berweene h1m and
driven into hu heAJ:
rhrult through his heart. To the
you fee, we
have warrant. But, they thatrifeagainft the
are fo in a league, fuch a knot, fo flraight betwcene rhem,as on;cannot
the one, bur he muft be ro the orher. This is the knot. They are,
Gon, oforfrom God,forormfteadofGo o.
Go n s;
Go n s.
His place they
His perfoo, rhey
reprefent: they arcrakmmto the fellowlh1p ofthe fame name;
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faid it; and we may be bold to fay it, after Him, They are
and what, would
Then muft their enemies be
they have to deale with
nor with them; Iris Hiscaufc, rather thantheirs:
they, but His agents. Ir fl:anderh Him in hand; it roucherh Him, in honour.
can no lelfc, than mainraine them, than hold their enemies, for His owne. Saint
He that refijleth them refij/eth God :
he that, the
The enditemen't was rightly framed (in judgement of all Writers) though it
Naboth maledixit Deo
did neirher,therefore irwas
cvill applied; Bur,ifhe had done the one, he haddonetheother: and fo it was tru–
ly framed. Even as he in the New Tellament framed his confdlion aright,
ji11nedagainjl heaven and againfl thee.
For, no man can trefpalfe againll
withall he muft doeit
firft; and fo hemuft confetfe,ifever
he have his pardon for it.
But, there is no more pregnant reafon to prove,
they be, thefethat
10 •, ;
,than this; ye !hallobferve
they are called the fonnes
is fo called in exprelfe termes, in the next
fave one, that
rofe up againff David.
And indeed,what was
drift of thelirft ten:.1·
tion, but onely to have made
the adopted children of
to be under
much lelfe, mans; to brooke n?fuperior.
all his, by adoption, that carry fuch mindes. It cannot otheriVlfe,be. And 1f
that fcll on
Thmeareweo Davtd, am/on
fide tho11[1nne oflfhai:
what fpirit could it be but of
his that cned,
We have nopart m Davtd, nor any portton t» thefon ofljhAt?
that touched rheir_hearts that went_after
mull: it be, the prmt whereofwas
and went nd
Belials? Et qu-e conventto chrif/z
out foat ods;that no hope ofever agreeing them: Now then bewgrhe ons
and rhey, and
any doubr, but
may fay afterthe
So perijb 411thmw1emus 0 !-ord