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s

ofthe

rich

man,arrd

Lazarus:

coates

?

But

nay

fpeech

of

thefe vanities rather craueth

arei

formation then any imbittering

;and

therefoec

praying

all

humorifls in

appareil

confider

betimes

,

and

before

the

decree which

is

gone

forth,

be

fealed

with

force notable

iudgetnent,what God

by

Zepharz;

bath

thr

atned

again

fl

all

that

are

clotbedwith

f$range,thatis,ronflrousgarmëts

;which

is

that

he

for

there

,

by

act-suing

of

of

mannnd

Geafi,

Zeph.

r

.8.I

leaue,what

might

be

furtber fpoken,tocenfidera.

.

ie.2.

tion,

and

come

to

a

fecond

v fe.

For,

ifinternpfrance

in

appa

cell be

cenfured by the word

;then

it

is

not

true that

the

Scripture tnedleth

not

with appareil,neither

bath

any

mea

!tire

to

make

it

by

:for the

holy

Ghofi (as

hath beene !hewed)

loth

in

it, fend

vs

a

moa

fit

me

orure

for

all

the

garments

we

pnr

on.

And

where

foie,

that

fay-to

their

proud

coatesand

vpflart

fïwdingales,

as

Saul

to

Samuel,

honour

me before

this

p- ople,t.Sam.

t5.

3

o.

are

of

opinion

-that

the appareil

is

not

to

be

reg,rded,but

the heart

;

heere

we fee,that theapparell

is

the fureafhewinglgne

and

infcriptiora

of

the

fool

ifh

heart

that

weareth

it.

Itadcede, the

intemperance

of

all

ourfrange

erpparell is

from our

heart;

but

when our

heart hath

once

laidit

yvpon

our

backe,

we

mayreade

an

intemperate

heart

there

:

and

fo

long

as

the

leafe

is

greeneen the

top

of

the

tree,

we

know that

all

fappe

is not

gone

donne

to

the

roote.

There.

fore, when we

fee

fuch fireamers

ofpride

info

many

garifh

tires

and

attirings

ofmen

and

women

,

and

of

women

!pea

cially

;

we may

fay

there dwelles

a

proud

heart,

a

vaine

heart,

a

wanton heart,

and

a

heart

of

no

modeflie

or

good

flay. Such

was

the.clothingof

this

rich

man;

which

is

tiler,

fore

branded by

the

holy

Ghoft, vneler

the

taamesofpHrple

and

fneltnnen,

and

vnder

the daily

and

wanton vfeoffuch

pride.

fwolne

clothes. Heerein, there

is

no'doubt

but

hee

offended

greatly

;

but heercinexprcfly and principally,that

in

all

this

wafle

and

glory

of

appareil,

hewas

cruell.to

Lao

a;artus

:and

in

this,

he

hath

but

too many

followers at

this

day, who

carry

all

good

houfekeeping with them in their

trunkes to

London,

orfnme other

great

Citie'or Towne

that theypurpofe

to

line

in,and

not

at

the Epbrathaboftheir

owne