Bates - BT825 B37 1683

upon Eternal judgment. though advanced to the higheft capacity ofaCreature,yet received . a Laie. And his whole Work upon Earth for our Salvation,was an At of Obedience to the Will of God. If a Prince out of af- feftion to his Friend will leave his own Dominions, and live privately withhni in a Forreign Country, he mull be fubjeft to the Laws of the Place. Indeed it is nct conceivable that a Crea ture [hould be without a Law ; for this is to make it fupreme and independent : Supreme,innot be- ing liable to a fuperior Power tíß confine and order it : Inde- pendent, as to its Being an4 Ope- rations ; for dependance neceffa- rily infers fubjedion. There is a vìfible connexion between tholeTitles; The Lord is our judg, a.33.22. the Lord is our Lawgiver, the Lord our lQng. And fometimes in Scrip-