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ExoJ .. •• .

heis

crttdl;

and inthis, all his cruelties 010uld have

mettogerh~

N'"h·'·

.~.

rod's

killing

.innocent

and

harmelef!e children;

ycr, they fpared the

Moth,,',.a~ ~~cruelty, fmmng

mother, children

and all:

Nebt~zar.d•n's

nor fparina the

King

(.

h's

Lords: HMJMrls

not fparing

Hejler,

nor her

Ladies: Edam's

cru~lty

notfpl;nor

15

rr.,J.

'l7 .7.

SanCI11arie

northc wals,

downe

with them to the

ground:

His owne

fmitingrh~},

the

lob •.•

s,,

9 .

cormrs

and bringing downe the houfe upon the heads of

Iobschildren.

Purroll~ur~

L"~·

'·9·'

o.

cmelties,

in

Iaemie'sL.umntations

,the not

honorerin~

thefaces ofNobles,Priejls

1

drhe

Imm.Ja.•

r.

the making fo many

wido!Vcs

and

orphanes;

the voice in

Rama

of

Rachd

comf~r~l~~;;

Cruclue, rpore cruell to them, lt fpared and left behmd, then to thofe it tookaw

It

yrk~th

me ro ll:and repeating thcfe; That ever age, or land, but

tha~

our age

:yd

this land 010uld foll:cr or breed fuch monll:ers

!

'

n

That you may knowit for that perfcetly, confider but the wickedneffe ofir,asir

were in fullopf?olinon

to

Go n, and you mull: needs fay,ircould not be His doing:

Gen.18. , 3 ,

Go

D

for6td

(la1rh

Ahraham) thottjhouldejl dejlroy the rtghteous wtth tiJC wicked, Kill

_

'f·

not D4mandyoungones both

(farth<MofesmtheLaw.)

You

Jhallnut-t~ttchmine

vfn

~Gf.d;~~.~·~.

nointed

(faith Go o in the

Pfalmes.) Youjball notptdlup thegeodcorm,

r.thtrletth~

1bc.'J.'9·

tares

.fland(faith

Cn

~

I

'T

in the

Gofpell) You fhaU not dete'1.11Uthatgood

may

come

Roru. 3

,s.

oftt

(farrh

l'attlm

hts

Epiflles.)

Bur, here

IS

Satan

flat contrary, mdefpireot

Law

Prophets, P[•lme, Epijlle

and

Gojje/1: Hoc

eft

Chriflum

c11~n

Pattlo conculcare,

to rhro

1;

downeAhraham,andMofes,andDavid,andPau!,and

C n

1\

Is T,

and Gon,and

all, and trample upon them all.

.

n,n

9 ., 7 •

Onemore yet: that this

a~ominatio11

ofdefolation(fo

cal!eth

Danid

·

focalleth our

M"·'4·';•

Saviottr,the

uttermoll: extremity ofall rhat bad is:fo may we this trlll/)r'nar this

abo-

mination ofd<{olation

tooke up l1is

jlatiding

in the

holy place,

·

r. An

abomination: {o

it is; abhorred of all llelh, hated and detefied ofall, that

but hcare ir named: yea, they themfelves fay, they 010uld have abhorred it, ifit had

taken eftett. It is an

abo11Jinaticn.

2

Every

4homination

doth not forthwith make

defolAte.

This had.

lfeveradefo~

late kingdome

upon earth, !itch had this becne,afrer thatterrible blow.

Ncirhcrml

nor

6ral9ch !eft,

all fwept away:

Strangers

called in;

murtherers

exalted; thevery

dijfol11tion

and

defolation

ofall enfued.

3. Bm this, that this fo

abomit~able

and de(o!atcry

a plot, fiood in the

holyplace;!nis

is the pitch ofall. For, thereir ll:ood, and thence it came abroad. Vnderrakcn with

an

holy oath;

bound with the

holy Sacrament

(that mull: needs bein a

holyplACe;)

war·

ranted for a

holy ac1,

rending to the advancement ofa

holy religion,and

by

holy per{1m

called by a moll:

holy name,

rhe

name ofIe{u.r.

That thefe

holy religiom per(ons,mn

the

chiife

ofall

religiou.rperfons

(the

Iefl•ites)

gave not onely

abfolutio,,

bur

refolu·

tion,

that all this w:.s well done; that it was by them

j~eflified

as lawfull,Janc1ifedas

meritorious, and lhould have bin glorified (but it wants

glorifying,

becaufo rheevenc

failed, that is the griefe; ifit had not

glorified)

long yer this, and

cAnomzed,as

a very

good

&

holy aet,and we had had orations our of.the

Conclave

in commendation ofir.

(Now I think,welhall heare no more of it.) Thefegood

Fathers

they were

Dav:ls

6ees

here, came hither, only to bring

ushony, right hony

they;

nottoftingany body:

v"r' ,.;

or (as in the XXII. verfe)they (as

builders)

came into the bnd, only

foredifcatton;

nor to

pt~ll

downe,orto

dell:roy any thing. We fee their praetife, they begun wnh

r~·

jelling

this

Stone,

as one that

favll<md Heretikes

atleall:, and therefore excommund

care, and therefore depofed, and therefore expofed, roany tharcould handle a

fr•

1

well,to make amineto blow him up;Him,and all his

Ejlateswith

himroatren~hrm.:

(The corner

Stme

being gone,the

waHs

mull: needs follow.) Bur rhen,rhrs

/b~mmg

lt

(fuch

anabomination)ferting

it in the

holy place,

fo ougly and odr?us;

makmgfu~

a treafon as this a

religiom,mi({afl,facramentaU trea{on;

hallowing rt wtth

ori[on,oat

'

anrl

EHrharifl;

this paffeth all the rell:.

Il:1y no more, bur as our

SA

v

I

ou

~

con:

N'"'•·'

r.

cludcrh,when you fee fuch an abomination fo

~anding,qt~i

legit intelligat;

nayfiquj~£

du.

Go n fend them, that (nor

rt4de

ofit,

bur)fee

ir, and had !tke to have mer

ir, to lcarne that, they ihould,by it: and fo llcaveir..

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