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The
f
ìrj1
Sermon
he
fhall
not
d
well in
thy
tongue,he
'hall
be
laid
vp
in
the clofet
of
thy
heart,
he
(hall
not
dwell
in
thy
oard
man,
in
thy vnderítanding
on-
ly,
but
hee (hall be
laid
vp
in
thy
inward
part;
(that
is) he
(ball
be
pitched
vpon
the
very bot-
tome
of thy
hearr,and there
hee íhall
reft,there
thou
wilt entertaine
him.
z
Againe,
what
a
mans
treafiare
is
that
bee
keepes
with
his
greateft care,with the
greatefl
warineffe
and
folicitude.So wilt
thou the Lord
Iefus,
when once thou
layfi him
vp in
thy
heart,
thou
wilt not
be
careful'
for
any
thing,
fd
much
as
to
keepe
him
fife, that
is,
to
keepe
the
afTurance
of
his
favour
fafe,
to
keepe
him
mere
thee,and thy
felfe neere
vnto
him
thy
minde
will be moft.carefull
of
this, more
then
of
all
things
elfe:
Thou
wilt
then
take
heede
of
all things
that
may caufe
a
diftance betweene
thee and him,
thou.
wilt then
take
heede
of
whatfoever
may
loofe
him,
of
whatfoever
may
make
a
feparation betweene
the Lord
and
thee,
thou
wilt
be more
carefull for
this,
then
any
man
is
to
keepe his
wealth,
or
to
keepe
whatfoever-
it
is
that
hee makes
his Treafure.
3
Againe,
whatfoever
is
thy
treafure that
thou wilt
moft efteeme,,
thou wilt
fet it at
the
higheft rate abone
all
things
elfe.
Before
a
man
is
in
Chrift
there
are
many
other
things,
which
in
truth
,,
(
how.foever
bee
pretend
fomething elfe) which
I fay
,
bee
prizeth
At
a
higher
rate
then
Chri
wordly
vani-
ties
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