arc both under one commandement,
the name of rhe firft
If under one, then under .
If they .<loe bur
curfe, that the
to reach mcth more to
Ahiam, Pater Populi.
In a word: what
might wifh to a bad
prme (Cham ;)
badfervant (Gehezi ;)
ho caufe in the world, but
might wifh the
All is one cafe, This then breeds no unlikelineife; and
(to keepethc words ofthe Text.) For, thofe were
etr yeares, not many.
or many : nay,' o tew,
greene, as it ma
could fuch inveteratemalice and mifchiefe be harched
in that (firft.)
As in yeares, fo in malice; bloudy-minded both. Said not
jims, Whm I give you a (igne, fee youfmite, kill him, feare mt,ba'Venot 1
Said not they the fame to him, whom to that end, they had armed and placed
As in this malicious bloudy mind; fo in raking it up,:md keeping itclofe divcrfe
yeares together. Not only (as
in this) to fa}'
too ; to entreat the Km_g, and all hts cornpany to thetr houfe; to emerraine and feaQ
htm,and belides promtle, and pretend, I know not what, and all to coverand con·
ceale their devilliQI intent. In this like, thirdly: this
And not in this kinde onely ofoutward diifembling ; but in aworfe kinde
itlay on his confcience, he could nor
till he ha? got leave to goe pay it,and then,even then, went he about allhis·
v!llame. And wastt notfo
He,foholy,as to a
word; no remedy, he mighrnotbefromitinanywife: andthat,whenhettufted,
the deadly blow lhould have bfenegiven. In rhis,Iike.
And yetfifchly, the fame man, like
when hewas in
and this in
as devout at his
ajfesthen, as he was here zealous for
excrcifeoftheWord. Alike at both, as they ferved his tume. Likein thisroo.
And,laft ofall, in this too : that for all this goodly
uncafe himfelfe, and to rufhfonh and appeare for fuch as he was•.In which all, he
got in his heart, that
got in his: only that wasadm,
and this was a
For (fitre) being rhus like in their conditions, and in fo many circumLbnccsbe–
fides, pitie bur they fhould be like in their ends too: And they were. And,
they were, is the matter of the publike gratulation of this day, ofthedayofthe
weeke all the yeare long; ofthis, die day it felfe, fpccially above all: thatrhcpr1J11'
tooke place; bis
than in tbat; no leife in the enemies ofour
In the freafons, little difference or none :in the delivery, fomedilference; but,
all for thebetter. For firfi, in farre greater peril! was his
farre greater than
bur hewas even
in (I know not how many) lockesand doores.
the reach ofany blow: how neerethe blow.was to his breft, ic is ableromakeaoy
man chill, but to thinke.
flill about him: The
in the very preife alone,
vir de gentibsu,
and not oneofli
people to fland by or aflift him. 4· That
was delivered, it mult
to the providence of Go o ; but, ia that it was a.foughr field, his
·part ofthe praife. It was another manner ofprovidence, thar was lbewcd
more neerc regard, ofa more ftrange operation. I dare confidently atlirmc tt ( well