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4

o

fthe

Rich

mIss,and

La4arus.

lnimfelfe

fltould

offend

in,

which

oncs

rhinke,were

buur.

phemy. Fourthly

,

Mane

is

an

infe

,arable

companion

of

fnne

,

as

glory

is

of

goodnes

:

which fhould

not

be

fo,

if

fanners

Mould

hauecredit

with

God

,

who

Mould

receiue

íbam

e

both

from

God

and

godly

men.

fe.

i.

lifese.

A

terrour to

wicked fanners,

for

though

they

care

not

for the fauour

of

God

;

yet,

by roofing

it,

they

flail

b

ofe

that which they more

of

}eeme,

the fauour

ofmelt

They

thinke, becaufethey

fet

againfi

Cod

by

flelhlycour_

fes

, they

fhall

(at

lea)

be

fet

by,by

Heftily

men:

but

they

cannot

be

hid

long,

e.T

o.o.2

S.

and

this

hope

will

fails

them,as

it

halt

donemany, who

for

a

while

fpread

as

the

greene bay,

P

/a.3 7.3

Sand

after

a

little

while

,

were

cut

downe

as

the greene grails, fal.

9a. 5.6.Htff.7,

1.8.9, to

day

ï

great

grace

at

Court,

to

morrow;or

before

night

n

greatdifgracein prifon. In

the

turneof

the

wh.eele,turned

from

honor to

bafencife, and

from open liking

to

open

contempt

-.

A

comfort to the righteous

:for,

they

haue

Gods

courto

senance, though

they

cannot

haue bad

mens

good

willes

they

are

in with

God,

who

can

and

will

maintaine

their

true credits,whrfoeuer

fpeakes again

if

them

>

andif

God

be

with them,

mens

culiwines

(hall be

reconciled

,

or

doe

them

noharme.

Nay, when the name

of

the wicked

íhall

rotte,Prau.

r

o.7.thatis,rotte

aboue

ground,

as

his carcatfe

doch

under;

the memoriall

of

the

heft

fhall be

bleffedj

and

a

Mot.

26

their

glory

(a) _without

end.

X

3.

He that bath

the keeping

of

their

names,

will

preferue

their

good

name

as

fare

ache

doth their

faluation

:

there+

fore

is

it

written

, that they

fliall,

be had

in

eucrlafling

red

xnembrance.P/al,

a

i

2.6, And

is

it

not

fo

?

Is

not

Nabob:

name

now

in

allrouthes

better then

either the

curfed

natneof

ñhhab

that

was

fold.to

fine,

or

the carrion-name

of

hoebeithat

was

gïuen

to

dogges

?

and who

Both not

now

more

honour

Mardachar

that

was fo

poore

and

diis

pifed ,

then

hee

loth

in.falent Haman-,

vvhofc natale

3iaone

for

a

tine'

1ightned

with the glorious

beamcsof

his

Prince