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174 Genera11 direaions for taaO.* tauce, will gnaw upon their confciences with full rage and unquenchable horrour world without end. The worldling therefore may juftly tremble and roare when beereades that cutting Commination , Tam. 5 ' 2. goe to now, yerichmen, weepe andbowie foryour mifiries thatfhall come vponyou. Tour riches are corrupted, and yourgarments moth-eaten : your gold andliver is cankered, and the rug of themfhail bee awitneffe gain,you,and(ball eateyourflefb as it werefire : ye have heaped treafiere together for the laft days. The wanton,whenhe well weighs that flamingplace, Heb. 1 3.4. fo full of vengeance a. gainft him : But whoremongers and adulterers godwill judge. Thedrunkard; when hee findes himfel Fe in the turfed Cata-, /ogue ofthat damned true, i .Cor.6.9,B e not deceived, neither fornicators, nor Idolaters, nor drunkards, &c. fhad inherit the Kingdom ofGod. The Ambitionift, when he calls his eie from the top ofhis ufurped honours, upon that dreadful! 2An non & vide- a downefall, Obadiah 4. Though thou exalt thyfilfe as anEa- gnus fapt,qurid is gle, and though thoufet thy neft amongtheflarres , thence Iwill quern hodie r cedunt yring,tioeeaOWne,firitb the Lord. Itipant fatellites, But now on the other fide, fpirituall Toy , which fprings eras in carcerem conjicitur, & cum out ofthewells of falvation , and is a ray and reprefentation , malifaaoribus as it were, attic Sunne of Righteoufbeffe , and that eternal! verfatur 5 Quid hic vans & mani Fountaine of foundeft and !ailing comfort , is all.fweete, purelhining, calme, hearty, unfpeakeable, vtterly free from Yod fi in hoc vita przfentivi- thole foregrumblings and reluftations of confcience, enve- cc iffi adtuita , incommh n a nomed mixtures and flavifh apprehenfions ; after-repen- murs miens ice- tings, flings and melancholike dumps : though it may beeaf- licitatem mho- (au. bit. Ee quern ho- 1 iced and fomething dimmed with fome doubts , f- die in Toro map.,na unitsand weakeneffe of degree, by reafon ofour vnglorifi- &paqcu o i min itaCo a ar-- ed fiate of mortality ; yet in refpea of its creation , Int). bat,& fuper thro- fiance, truth, andbliffefull ilia; it is a very glimpfe of hea- cerem conjicie. ad b & vcnly glory, a pure tafleofthe rivers ofLife, and firft fruits num re c at, inflabatur,& ho- 0 mines alios, quafi feverlafringjoyes. Thus the blefling of the Lord maketh umbras derpicie- bat, is fubite poileijaceb!t mortuus abrque fpiritu ftetukntus, petitus innunrieris convitiis, et his, quos pridem injurii affecit, er quos milli affecit iajarid : condolentibus tamen his, qui ab ifio jujurli afflieti fuerunt.Q.uid hoc miferabilius fuerit I Item collcaaomnia fzpenumeiri inimici a hoftes inter re pattlantur cr diftribuunt: peccata autemper qua: hzc coaccrvnta cunt, Cccurn aufert, de quibus gens,ct accurAt4 mkt page tut,cbryfia. How 7%. rn Gn1 the