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The

Prtfoct.

beiAg

lehoua,

which fignifieth his

effence,and

beingJncom~

municable to any creature: and

fecondly

fro1n his

benefits~

either

general,in

thefe words

(Thy

God

)that is,one that haue

· bound

my

felfe in couenant with thee,to be thine,to·deliuer

thee frotn all euils.of foule

and

bodie,

and

to doe thee

all

good,for this life,and that which is to

come

~or

elfefpecial,

in the lafl words

(~hich

ha11e

brought

thee

oHt

of t·he

l~nd

of

dg]'Pt

)llgnif),ing>that he

had

fi1ewcd,

and

prooued him..

felfe

to bee their God,

by

drawing them out ofthat

place,

which was

wholy additted

to

ldobtrie

and

fuperA:ition :,

and

out

of

that condition

and A

ate

which

was

full'

of

mife..

tit

and bondage. S!nce therefore this wondcrfull deliue–

rance doth

abundantly

tdlifie

hi~

loue

&

goodnes

toward

them ;-therefore they lhould wholly fubmit chemfelues vnto.

him,and acknowledge him,and

him

only

to

be

their

God.~

.

.

GodJPrllzeall theft word.r.

I

N'tbat

h-ee

bdngeth i_n the Author of the words,

faying:

Godis nf-

(God fpake them)we ar·e

taughr,that

God

is

after a pecu-

l

~rapem-liar

manner the author ofthe tenne Commandements.As al

rar ma;-z.

. . •

b

d d

d'

fi

G d

r

11

erthe au-

Scupture ts .to ee regar e , as

procee

mg rom

o ,

1()1

tkor

ofthe

more

neerely thefe.

ten words)

bccaufe they

be

after a more:

ten com-

fpcdall

fort

his-words..

·

·

mande·

,

That

thi~

is

fa;,~t

is prooucd plainly in

Deuc.s.

zz. where

.mcnts. . Mo};s

hauing

repeated this law,fets

downe two

priuiledges

that

it

had aboue

all

other Scriptare,

to win

ne the.more au-.

thoritie vnto it.

-

FirH he faith,

TbefowordJ;tbe

L1rd flulb.,!vntoa!lyourmu/:.. .

titude::

noting this vntothem,thatwhereas the. cercmoniall

and iudicialllawes.were· de1iuered

by

the miniHcrieof An.;.

gels,and

the

other

Scriptures

by

the

mean"'s

oft

he

men

of

God

the Prophets; thef'e

words,..

and thcfe

Commande- –

ments,God hin1fdfe,\n his owne perfon,fullofmaiefHe and

t,error~!)ccompanied

with his glorious Angels, in a flame of

fire,di.d pronouncefo

ternbly

in

the

heanng

ofthem

all;as

-that. they

trembled,~nd

came to

Mofos,

reque(Hng

hi-tnthac- _

. they

might no

tnore

heare God fpeaking

on.,this-

mannet: .

for.ifthcydid

,) lfiiuedly

.they

iliould

die

for

feare.

Where'!-

-

·

fure~