Bolton - HP BV4500 .B62 1634

150 Genera11 direaions for a Bonum non ex; tire. I meane it in that fence, as our Divines fpeake offanai- iltit nifi exintegra cane malum ex neat ion, which iffaving, fay they, mutt be perfect and entire, though not in refpeci ofdegrees, yet in refpeet of parts. E- Non eft actM,op- 112 Empliciter,nifi very part and power of body and foule mull have its part of onmes bonitares concurrant : quia fanetification , though nopart his full perfeelion and all de- quilibek fingularis grees, before the diffolutionofour earthly tabernacles. Pro- nefeetus caufat n.rtionably in the prefent point , though fame mixture of :slum bonurn r- ;mem caufatur infirmities and imperfeaions will cleave unto the faceof the " integ"1 caufl fairefi action (an abfoluteand unflained purity is incompati- To doopodworke, Lie rOMCIOYIPICe ofble with this unglorified flate of mortality;) yet notwith- f1anding , every feverall ingredient mull bee attended , and tsecr,(/arY : but the oco.of orie thid tempered with its owne particular goodnefle and honeflie , cif:=4,11,11,; and feafonable conformity to the whole ; or elle the whole thougi? 4 Town._ actionhowfoever right in otherrefpe0s, is utterly robd and TIV,7,9f7,7,fLadifrobed ofall true tpendour , acceptation and grace. A 1 it- ;glibeittehte b tie leaven fowres the whole lump : one noxious hearbe Aqui. i a. q. lg. brings death into the pot : The goodlieft deedeor duty is Art+ad 3.catar. quite perverted and impoyfoned, by the enormities of any klift. ofthe Com. cellaTrent. lib, one particular requifite. We fay truely in the Schooles ; The conclufiors everfollows the rrorfl pert : Semblably in morality, the iniquity, &feet, and exorhitancy of any one ingredient, denominates the whole adion naught In every one of thineacions and undertakings, lookee- ver, if thou looke for comfort, that every concurrent bee ju- flifiable, that every ingredient bee gratious, and bringhisproo. kettimeft. For infiance I._ It tuft bee good in its owne nature, and warranta- ble cut ofthe Word ; by which all things mutt be fandified unto thee, r Tim. 4, S. as a good fervant will venture upon, nothing but whatbee knowes will pkafe his Matters Other- wife, let the perfon be never fo pleatinguntoGod, his inten- tion never fogood, hisheart never fo zealous, the meanes, circurnflances, and end never fo excellent, yet all is naught. Worfbipping Chrift in a Crucifixe is naught in its owne nature, abominable, idolatrous, condemned in Gods Law, Exod:10.4,84c. And therefore, bee it donewithnever fa great devotion and good meaning, with never fo gulch PoPifh