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dune

erf

n.r,

types

of

Ohri/l,

ter the

world,

after revenge,

after

preferments

;

and

this

infatiable

as

every

finne

is.

4.

There

is

filthy

putted

matter

fill

breaking forth

moll~

Loathfomefy: fo-here

from

within

breaks

out

corrupt

matter

of

envy,

of

ha-

tred

of

goodneffe,

of

uncleanneffe

in

(peaches and

be-

haviour.

S.

There

is

an

hoarfe

and

weake voice

:

here

the

voice fo

weake

as

it

cannot pray, or cannot be

heard.

God

heares

not

finners

;

for either they play

not

at

all,

or

they are

in

their

finnes.

6.

There

is

a

filthy

ftinking

breath

;

and

therefore they

muff

cover

their

lips,

that

by

their breath they might not

infect

others

:

So

here

is

a

filthy

breath

of

corrupt communication,

of

uncleane

and adulterous fpeaches,

fwearing

and curling fpeaches,

lying and falle

(peaches,

flanderous

and uncharitable

fpeaches

;

and

feldome doe

fuck

cover

their

lips,

being

like

the

uncleane veffells

of

the Law which

were

ever

open

to the

corrupting

and

poifoning

of

numbers.

SeEI.

IV.

I. From

the

former defcription

of

legali unclean

-

neffes,

note

the

{late

of

Gods

Church

and

people here

upon

earth,

fubjea

unto

many-forts

of

defilements

and.

pollutions

within

them,

without

them,

and

on

every

hand

of

them

;

by

foule

and uncleane

creatures and

perfons, by foule

courfes

and a&ions, which

a

godly

man

may

not

touch

or

tail

but

bee

is

prefently

defiled,

as

hee

that

toucheth

pitch

cannot

hut be

defiled

with

it.

Where

bee

they that will

fee

no

Church, if

they

fee any

nncleanneffe

?

Or

Who

fay

that God

is

in

no

fuck

fociety

where

any

pollution

is?feeing

God

vouchfafeth

to

walk

among his

owne

people,

who

were

daily

fubjea to

fo

many legali and

morall pollutions.

God might (Wit

pleafed

him)

wholly purge'

his

floore

here upon earth;

but

it

makes

more

for

his glory

to

fuffer

finne

and evil',

and

to let

the

Saints

in

the middeft

of

defilements here

M

4

below.

i67

Note.

i.

Church

and

members,

Cub-

jcet to many

defilements.