Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

0 F H A p p I N E s. 89 Lifeand Light ofMen, and by the partaking of Him, Man may continue in the Life and ·Light /receiued from Him. And ifA_n AM would haue eaten of this T_ree,hee might haue beene eftablilhed in the tlate of righteoufneife and happi· neffe. - - But that it might bee in diechoiceof Man to chufe Lifeor ·oeath, there wasal· - fo fet before him a .. freeof death, aTreeto whichwas , ,_, annexed thiscurfe, That at what time foeuer Man eateth thereof, he£hall diethe death. And great reafon therewas, that the Eater \ therof fhould die,for it had aqualitiepowred into it,or · - ant -~- ·- ' ' · ..