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68 Thedeceiifulaeff of mans heart. better than our felves.Nevertheleffe theTemporary, if bee would deale unpartially in the trying of his owne heart by the rule of the Word, he fhould ea- lily come to fpy out the deceit thereof. Is His Faith: And firfi as touching his Faith, it is evident it is not found : for E'hrift dare not truft it ; as we fee in them that are laid in theGofpel to beleeve iu drift, and yet could not be beleeved by him. Many (faith Iohn 2, 23, 24 John) beleevedin his namewhen they fare his miracles, hart relics did not commit himfelfmntotbem,becaufehe kneri them all. But of the true beleever, Cbrift layes, i ®hn6.64, that bee reje &s none that come untouini ludo was an arch - temporary, and yet,that he ever true, ly beleeved, appeareth by the fame Evangelrfi thus commenting upon thefe words ofCbrift,(Bkt there are forme of yom that beleeve not; for RIM., knew who they were that beleevednot,and mho fhould betray hies Marke how the Evangelifiranks the traitor amon the non- beleevers; &how,being to give a reafon wh Chrifi faid,all of them beleeved not, he faith Chri knew who fhould betray him. And more plainly doth this appeare afterward in Cbrifis anfwer to Peter, profefling in the name of the whole twelve, Vexfa 90. We beleeve, &c.have not I chofenyon trrelve,asrd oneof you is a Divell?As if he fhoild fay,no,Peter,al of'ox do not beleeve, though thou fpeakeft generally of all : One of you is a Dived. Let us fee then how this temporary deceiveth himfelfe, in thinking bee bath that faith which hee wants. The deceitfull argu- ment,whereby he fhould conclude faith to himfelf, is drawn, &rft from the parts of faith : Secondly he fignessT be part.( of Faith are two,firft knowledge of