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ter

price upon blefíings

fo

precious.

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chofe

with that

of

Dauid,

paraphrafed

by

Bernard;

h

Behold

how

good

and

pleafant

4

thing

it

it ;Brethren

to

dwell together

in unity

there

-are

forne

things

good,which

are

not

pleafant

:

forne

pleafant,which

are

not good;

forne

neither good ,nor plea.

fart.

fn this,

meet

goodnes

and pleafance

more then

or-

d

inary.

Now

the

Lord

of

peace

himfelfe

glue

vs

peace

al-

wales

by

all

meanes

:

and

of

the

mine

materialls

of

the

Epiffle , thus farre

:

follow the

vfr:all

appertinen-

ces.

i The

valediaion,fn

this verfe.

2

The falutation

in

thofe

following.

x

7

he

valediRion, carried

in

termes

vfuall

with

vs

in

our

bidding farewell. The

Lord

be

with

you all;

as

if

all

welfare flood

in

this, that

the

Lord

is

with

vs

:

particu-

lars

are,

i

The blefling wifhed them

;

The

Lord

be

with

JOSf. 2

The extent

of

it

in ¶Pasili

delire;

withyou

all.

De

10

The phrafe offpeech in Scripture denotes

prin_

cipaliie

three things,

i

Gods

favour;

and,whatgoes

with

it,

his

tiding

with

vs,Rom.8.3

t.

If

God be

with

vs,who can

be

againfi

vs

?

2

His

elf

fiance,

He

went about

doing

good,

&c.

for

God

was

with him,

a

1.

r

0.38.

See

alto

t

Aaron.

11.9.

3

`ProteElion

: they fold

lofeph

into

/Egypt

;

But

God

was

with him,and

deliucred him,

Aí1.7.9,,

1.29.

z

If

Gods

fauour

be

vnderflood,

the

iuxri

feemes

Epi-

tome

of

the high Priefis blefîing;

W,smb.6.25. founds

much

what

like

that

of

Iofeph

to

his

Brother

Beniamin.

The

Lord

bee

Gratious

unto thee

nay

Sonne ,

Genefis

.43.

9.

Serioufly

it bath

bin inquired

by

men, you

muff

thinke,

abounding with

leafure

;

which

is

the greatefl

blaring

God

euer

bellowed

on man.

Some,

preferring Crea-

tion

in

that

excellent

forme,

with thofeeximious endow-

ments, conferred

on man

in

Innocencie

;

Some, Redemp-

tion

by the

blond

of

Chri(}, whereby

hee

is

aduanced

to

farre

better

and

more

firme

elate

;

whereupon they

blelfe

the fault,which occafionad him

fuch

a

Redeemer. In thefe

curiofrties,

.