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H

A

P.3,

An

Expofition

vpon the

fecond

V

E

x.16.

z

Elfe, enabling

to

doe

the

dueries

of

general]

or

par-

ticular calling,

z

Tim.

4.

17.

the

Lord

affled,

and

ena-

bled

me.

Neceilitie appeares

: a

Naturally,

and

of

our

felues,

we

are

impotent,

z

COr.2.1-4.

a

Cor.3.5.

2

Oppoítion

we

finde from Satan,

Zech.3.

t.

3

ReluOtation

from

our

owne fíefh,Rom.7.21,23.meanes qualifying

to

this

favour

of

God

:

t

fenfible

acknowledgement

of

our

inabili-

ties:

z

vfing

meanesfandified;7heLordir

nigh

taall that

call

vpon

him,

Pfd.

14ç.

t

8.

3

Proteaion,as

4as

7.9,10.

that

afforded

;

either t by

fafeguarding

vs

from

the touch

or annoyance

of

euill

;

as

when temptations violent

are

kepi from

vs,

a

C'or.

lo.

tt

3.

or we taken

from them,

e

poc.2.i0.

/Pi

57.i.

2

Reáf.22.

10.

2

Or

fuflaining

vs

in

the euils,

2

Con

12.9.3

Or

by

delivering

vs

from

their perill

or

prefiitre,

2

Tim.

4.18.

Ier.

45.

Necellitie iudge

of:

by

z

delicacy

and

tèndernefl'e

na-

turall

:

2

fearefull

fats

of

great

Saints,

in cafe

of

defer

-

tion,

v`l/iit.

26.74.

;

peril' of withdrawing,Heb,1o.18.

Difpofition

requifice

:

precifefl keeping

Gods

wayes

;

the

promife

of

proteótion

is

to

vs,

in

m

vr,

not

in

preci-

pitos.

Suppofe; when we either

1

runne wilfully vpon

our owne

perill,

calling

our

felues

into

temptation

:

2

nor

neglea

meaner

lawfull,for prevention or

deliverance.

3

Nor

vfe

vnlawfull,to

auoid danger. Then (hall the Lord

be

with

vs:

fo

is

the

évxN.

s

The

perfons

to

whom

he

wifheth

fo

well, Ml

with-

out

difference. So

impartiall

is

he, Jbould

wee

in

oar

loue

and

weltrifZling

affeaion

to

the

people of

God

:

fo

is

the

charge,

Iam.z.

r .

fo reacheth

vs

the

wifedome

that

is

from

ab

one

,1am.3.17.

Dillinguifh

ye

twixtTpecialtie

of

loue,

and partialitie.

Specialtie

of

loue, conceiue

preferring one before another,

in

the

meafure

of

our

loue and welwifhing

affe6lion.

Our

Sauiour had

his

-

vfauorite

:.God

himfelfe,hisp

friend

:

fee

ánnotata

ad

Thef.

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