who was fo bafely uncle~ne, thought that all men in ·the worl.:f were- fo too, or w,o.uld be.fQ, qad they ti.c opportuni.. ties for rhdr-urideahnetle~ ·· · · - M~n heare fpe~king offdfe-deni~IJ, · but they doe not beleeve there is an v fuch rhingin reali~y, they would glad.-: lyfec the man t_hat _can deny h'imfelfin f~c-~. things as ch~y enjoy) i( ~ee may · ha~etbem as freely)and as fully ~s they_ have: now thispraetifc of Gods peo· p~e· ·c~nvinces t,fiem :~h.at th~te are fome -d)~.~ can doe ~hofe . thtogs _ th~t, they .t thtnke to be tmpo~b1e : God path hts j ter,va:nrs who 'h~v~ done_ fuch thin~s, who c~n and wtll doe -them, and that .. willingly and joyfully too)with much . freedom;~ and chea~lulnes offp~,r~~, and , bletf~ qod cbatth~y have any ·~;>mforr · in 'the w~rl~, any preferment or elbte _ ~o Iofe'forGod accnundog_ i~ a. ~·~ppier - :thing rolofe f~r God, th~n ~~ enJoy for themlelv,so . · . • · · · • . ":•l r.1. i" I IS'