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OF

TH

E

RICH

MAN

AND

LAZARVS.

a

ere

watt

4

Cart

the

Rich

man

which

Was

clothed

inprtrple

and

finelannen,andfared.will and

delicately,

emery

day,

Vic.

His chapter

is

chiefelydireded

Sc

writ-

ten

againLl

Pharifaical

couetoufnes

and

delicacie

;

exhorting

to liberalitie, and

a

care

of

the

podre,

and

this

vnder

two

parables;

the

firLi

ofthe

Steward,

who

did wifely,though

notiutlly

:

Dec.

16.

r.2..

&c.

theother

ofthe

rich

man

and

/Amaru.r,v.

rg.

20.

&c.Thc

parable

ofthe

Steward

doth not

wart tnt any

pickery

or

vnfaithfulnee in

fie

wards

;

but

on'y

doth

implie, that

as

hee

made

him

friends

vniuflly;

fo

wee

(Mould

both

iullly

and

wifely make vs

9.

friends

of

this

Mammon

of

wealth,v.

9.

by difperfng

a-

Vcr,

inroad

;

that

the

fouttaines

of

ourliberatitie may

runne

o-

tter

to

all

that necde, Prou.5.

z

G:

The Pharirer,that

were couetntis,bearin

this,v,

r

4.

thought

Ver.I.4

that Chriflfpakefoolifhly, and

dangeroufl_y

in

fo

laying,

they

could

not

endure that their fore

of

couetoufnes

Mould

be

touched;

and,when

his

hand came

neere it,

they

put

it

from

them with

a

fcofre,

and

mocked

him:

they

,

Would

neuerbeleeae

but any man might

ferue

God,

and

gather riches

;

or how

Mould

the

Common-

wealth

Band

?

and

how

thould one wan

bee

aboue

another

?

or,

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