Burroughs - HP BS2775 B87 1649

1Lifi.t..t~l· I G. Mofesh~ selft-JeniAH. beene unfaithfull to God, to religion~ though they themfdves.may prove to ·be CAthtJticlu,yet their goods and places of prefc:rment may bee accounted to bee Hereticlu ~ though theythemfelves m~y bee accounted to bee good quiet honell: men; that cared not whicH way things went,fobeit they might live in eafe and peace for their time, yet their eftates and places of 1/Jite are liable to bee made a pr~y. Confidcr yet further; your exam.: ple is much, many eyes are upon you, everyone is ready to follow your way. 4.!'gu in faith in liis confe~on ·that tpe. ev1 rew men-on cu to Wtc~ ' e ne e by .diofe iq,etica .,.. .. ,_ . atrri qtin filtbx. ufts and ~~(ed unc. e,anp!.(Jc:!... ~ .. ~ ~-t~~ir fHppq(~d feig~~d ads, 'that thofe which did fuch thi~g~ mtg t blelfe themfdves iri this, diey did not imitate bafe men, b~t th~ Cde~ ftiall gods : thus the devill gets linne countenanced in the world, by the ex:... ampies of the g~eat ones, and thirike themfelves fafe 1f they have you fof ,their pattern: God hath fer youasftars in the firmamen~ of honour, upon.your · mflu..