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Chap. 22.. An Ltxpoftion upon the Took of J o II. Verf. 3. Or d,nh the perfItionof thy wages augment kit Treafure ? Is he ei- ther the happier or the richer by any thing thou art er canif dee ? That's the (cope and fence of the words in gonerall. Is it any pleafure ? The word which we tranflate ?leafure, figniiies the mill, 851 Notar and becaufe it is fo great a pleafure unto man to have his wilt, tiorunìate,n um therefore the fame word figmteth both pleafure and the will. c°mp'a en<<a, So theword is ufed (Pfal. I.2.) Blejed is the man whole dt. vet acgatefcea- ligkt is in the Lam of god ; that is, wholewill is there, or who tra, tikes pleafure in the lawof God, his will being refolved into the will ofGod. Then we take pleafure anddelight in a thing when we conform to it,or dole with it. The Judgement of God is fo exprtffed upon Coniah (7er. 22.28.) I1 thia man Coniah a defjtifedbroken Idol ? It he a velell wherein there is no pleafure ? A veffell for the Lowell ute, as 'cis interpreted, ver. 2I. A veffel `'a"° quo aon in which there is no complacency, it is only for ne. efiity. So the off y ntst. word is takenall() (Pr.ov. 3. z y. ) He io more precious then Ru- bies, alt the things thon car/I d. f re ( or have plea lure in) arenot to be comparedto him. And oTaine, (Ifa. 58. 13.) If thoufor- bear, to doe thy pleafure upon mine holyday : What is the pleafure ofa carnal man up m theSabboth, ufon the hol , day of God ? It is to doe his own will, at d not thewill ofGod. If thouforbear to doe thine own pleafure, that is,thine own will upon my holy day. Thus here, Is it any pleafure to the Almighty that thou art righte- ous ? The Septuagint Tranflate somewhat differently, what a SAP tOc :,£t cares the Almighty if thou art unblameable is ¡Joy zvayes ? Thus rd xvp:q, &c, a man usually fpeakesof that wherein he hath nopleafure, what $ppc.. care Ifor it ? Is it anypleafure, &c That thou art righteous; Righteoufneffe is twofold: Firft of Jufification (fo fome underhand it here) Is it any pleafure to the Almighty that thou are jufti tei?Or (eco: dly there is arighteoufnefs in Converfation, fo molt undertfand it here ; Is it anypleafure to the Almighty that th<u art holy ? Which is the fame with the latter elaufe of the Text. That thou mak,eJ1 thy mayperftL. Further, the word figniues to plead our own ;uftice, as well as tohave aufticeor righteoufncfTe of our own; And thus it Dz may I9