Preston - Houston-Packer Collection BX5133.P74 S2 1637

That the Nature of man is full of compared together, That if they that fin againf Mo hr's Law are condemned, how much forer pumfiment hall they be worthy o f,that breake the Lam of CH R i sr that beleeve not the Gofpell ? It exceeds the fia againfi the other. 3 Againe confider, is it a (mall thing to caufc the bloud of I E s u S CH R I S T robe fhed in vaine,ro trample it under foor, and to count it a common thing e t fo Both every man that neglects it, that heark to it,, tl'i , not ready to receive ir, that is, n 4t a ore and fo doth not hunger and thirft . P Again fide the chicle Command, and the breach of the Command must needs be the greatekfine n the Difciples asked Chr fl what was the -. in -ate Commandement, Hee Laid, This is the gi ft ofd? to beleeve on Flim whom the z I o h n ;. s3. Father hath f nt. "So I ?oh;3. a 3.Thrs i s His Comman- dement, that we f h o u l d gel eve in the Name Of I E S L I S C H R I S T. Againe, the Gofpell is the uttermoft, the Law makes way for the Gofpell, therefore the fentence and condemnation of the Gofpell is peremptory, and terrible, and nothing beyond it. Againe, confider, G o D was angry for thecon- tempt ofthis,you (hall not finde in all the Scriptures any thing that angers Him fo much; with them that were invited, and would not come Hee was angry, P[al.2, It. and commanded them to be flaine. So Pfal. 2. ult.< Kiffe the Sonne left He be angry : The contemning of this condcmnes a man molt of all to wrath. Laft of all, confider, that when you ncgle& IE sus