Arrowsmith - Houston-Packer Collection BT70 .A776 1659

i Chain ofPrinciples. 27 ders the place in fob. To him a foul Exerc. z. may not onely fay as Thomas did M' Jib =Z 25. y J J ot Oinuá, o. Lord and my God, but as another, yetis tcnr leclif.,.. 'non mourn mews omnia, My God and my all. gets, & ar. rturn, vi- §. 5. Secondly a fulnels of truth ;f,quetábi9 and faithfulnefs oppofite to their deceit. The creatures do not, cannot perform whatfoever they promife, but are like deceitfull brooks fruarating the thirffy travellers expeetiation. We reade of Semiramis that íhe caufed this Mot- to to be engravers upon her tomb, If any Ding 'land in need of money let him break open this monument. Darius, having perufed the infcription, ranfacks the ièpulchre, finds nothing within , but another writing to this effet, Hadit thou not been unfatiably covetous thou wouldefI never have invaded a monument of the dead. Such areall the things ofthis world. They delude us with many a promifing Motto as if they would give us hearts cafe; but when wecome to look within, inítead of content- ment, afford us nothing but convicion E z of