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on
the Sacramento
onely
to
be
found
in
Chrift,
to
be
cloathed
in
his
righteoufneffe,
toexcell
in
the
graces
of
his
Cpirìt
,
that
onely
I
prize
as
molt excellent,
and
mot}
worthy :And
this
is
the
firft.
z
Secondl;T,
confider
what
is
thy
chiefeft
Trey
.
rc,
for
you
fee,
hee
that
had
gotten the
eld,he
gaue
all
that
he
had
for it, and went
a-
way
rejoycing,
for hee
reckoned it
his greateft
treafure, and
worth
all
the
refl.
It
is
certaine,
whofoever
hath
taken
Chrift, doth
fo
efleeme
of
him,
bee
reckons
him
to
be his
chiefe
trea-
fure.
You will
fay
,
How
Ihall
I
know
it
:'
Why,confider
what
men
do
with their
trea-
fure,for it
is
certaine(as
J
Paid
before,
ofexcel-
lencie,
foe)
every
man
hath
force treafure
or
o-
ther3The pooreft
man
that
is,
bath
a
treafiare,
Tome
thing that
hee e(leemes
of,
which
hee
makes
account
of.I
aske
not what
thou art pof-
fell
of, but what
thou
molt
efteemefie:
for
trea-
lures are
as
they
are
moil
elteemed of.
As wee
fay
of
jewels,the
worth
of
them are
according
to
mens
fanciek,_asFording
as
they
are
eftemed,
fo
every
man
a
treafure;
One
makes
this
thing
his
treafure,an
other
that.
Now
(I fay)
confider what
thou
makeft
thy treafùre, and
you
(hall
know
what
your
treafure
is,by there
markes.
i A
man layes vp his
treafure
in
the
fafeft
place
.Then
if
Chrift
be
thy
treafure,
thou wilt
lay
him
vp in
the innermoft
parts
of
thy heart,
Cz
hee
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