Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

I - TH' E AR.TE ' \ I obedience (of whom aifo' that little Image,which hee carried about him , was a reprefentation) and vpon the fame God as the con– futnmation of his felicitie. In fumme, he was to walke with God vnto God; and hauing pleafed God in this world, he was ~o en'ioy the pleafures at theTight hand ofGod in the world ab_oue. And now, as Man was to fe= in God, both what was good to be done, an~ what "vasgood tobeedefired, fo alfo was hee to fee by God· what was . the euill to bee ,~ lc:fc vndone,and the e·uill to be lothed in regard offuffe· ring. . For , the fame rule wh.ich lheweth vs rightnes, · ferues