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on
the
Sacrament.
17
him,
and
why:
becaufe
it
was,
he fvhcm
hir
foule
loved,
So
you
(hall
finde, Beloved,
foever
it
is
that your
fòules
loue,
whatfoever you
make
your
chiefe
joy,
you
will
take
no ref},but
as
farre
as
you loue and injoy
it.
Therefore
for
the
finding
ofthis,
whether
Chrif1
be
thy
life
and
thy
chiefe
joy,
confider
what,
it
is
that
thy
thoughts
feed
vpon;
every wicked man,
every
man
that
is
out
of
Chrifl:
,
there
is
fomething
that
his
thoughts
feed
vpon,
force
things
there
are
in
contemplation
of
which the
foule
fola-
ceth it
felfe,
force pleafures
that
are
pall,
pre
-
lent,
or to come,
the
very thinking
of
thefe are
the
greateft joy
of
his
heart,
he
roules
them
vn-
der
his
tongue,
even
as a
fervant
that
bath
got
forne
dinty
bit out of
his
Mailers
prefence,and
Bates
it
in
a
c
r,,er,
fo
the
foule
of
a
mani
out
of
Chrifrrme
fecret,
force
ftolen
,
forne
vnlawfull delights
,
that
it
feeds
vpon and de-
lights
in
:
Confider therefore
well with
thy
felfe,
what
breakfaff
thy
morning
thoughts
haue,
(that
I
may
fo
fay) what breakefaft they
haue every
morning, what
is
that
Pahott
m,that
food
of
thy
foule,
thy thoughts
and
affeaions
wherewith they
are
fed,&
nourifhed and refre-
flied
from day
to
day; whether
it
bee
forne
car
-
nall
pleafure, force
refitting
on
thy,tate,vpon
thy credit,
vpon
thy
wealth,
vpon
thy friends,
or whether
it
be
on Chriflr.
As
David
exerci-
fed
it,
whether
they
be
thy
longs
on
the
night
time, the remembrance
ofthem
is
fo,
that
they
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