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THE PREFACE.

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1.

Generally

to

all

the

Cotnmandements.

The Preface

I

.

cotaineth

rea-

fNature.

fons per[wa..

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r

1.

Common

tG

all his

peo·

diog

vs

coyecld tz.SpecJalJy to

.

l

plc.

obedience:

chc firft from</

[Place dange-

Gods

I

z..Proper

rous to their

_.

Benefits.

~

to

t~e

If..

foulcs.

t.

l

rac:lttes,

viz.their

dcliue-

ExoD.to.x.

t

ranee

from a

Statecricuous

tfi>

their bo-

·

dies.

GodJPt~k!~llthefo

wwa1

~tnllfoi~,

I am

the

L1rdthJ G,J, .which

"roughe thee

fJHt

1{

the

la11d

ofEgypt,oNt

ofthl

hoHfo

of

ho1Jd4ge.

·

~~~~~g·

Hefe words containe a preparation, to

!lirre vs vp vvich all care, and confcience

to

keepe the law ofGod: which partly

concerneth the

obferuing .~~f

all the

Comtnandements in

gener~~d

more

fpecially the keeping of

the"IirH.

That

preparatiue which

pcrtaineth

to aHJis in

·

. thcfe words

(God JPakJ)

that is, that feeing

they

haue

G~d

for their author,and immediate teacher of them, cu.en

by

his

·.e>w.ne voyce; therefore

wee mufl

fettle

our

felues

to

obey

them

without relifiance, or gaine-faying. That which

be–

longeth

to

the

fir~,

is drawne, firA

from

the nature of

God,

(_ .

.

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4

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