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on
the
Sacrament.
71
God
of
all
comfort; Yet,
(faith
he)
this
father
(when
his
fonne comes
rto
aske
him
bread)
he
is
ready to
giue
it him,
he
is
full ofcompafmion
and tendernes
toward
him,
doe
you
not
thinke
that our heavenly
father
is as
true
a
father
as
he,
that
bee loues
you
as
well
as
they
whofe
compafïion
and
pitty
is
much
greater doe
you
not thinke
bee
is
ready
to
heare
his
Chil.
dren when
they
call
vpon him
0
this
is
a
(Irong and vnanfwerable
Reafon, and
this
you
fee
is
backed
in
16:
Iohrd
a7.
you
fee
there the
loue
ofa
father how it
is
expreffèd
to
vs;
I
fy
not
veto
you
that
Irvill
arke
the
fither(faith
hc)the
father
himfelfe
loues
yott
,
Marke,
as
if
he
fhould
haue faid
,
let
this bee
one
ground to you to
thinke
your
petitions
fhall
be
graunred,
&
that
they
are
not only graunted for
my
fake
,
for
faith
he)
the father
himfelfe
loveth you,
and
hath
a
great
affection
to you,
that
is
in
naturali
parents,
there
is a
natural'
affection
to their
Children;
So
if
I
Aver
not immediatly
to
pre
-
rent
your petitions (though
that
bee
not
exclu-
ded) yet (faith
hee) the father hath
fuch
an
af-
Fedion
to
you,
that
he
cannot choofe but
Beare
you,
I
fay
rot
,
(faith
bee)
that I
will
aske
the
fa_
t
her
,
fir
the
father
himfelfe
loaves
yon
So
that
:his is
the
fecond
realen, which
this prornife
is
there
backed
with,
the
loue
of
the father,
That
bee
cannot
find in his
heart
to
deny
vs,
oven
for
that aafetion
that
bee
beareth
to
vs.
We
will
adde
a
third
Reafon
that
wee
meet
here
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