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2,80

Meafiue thy

dcfiresin natu-

ral'

things.

Flow

to

know

Gods

meafure,

Manna,

a

type

of

Chrji.

and

eternall. z.

He will

'not

have

his Sabbath and fer-

vice

interrupted,therefore

he

gives

therm

a

double

p

arti-

on

theday

before.

3.

Hee

will not

have

them

lofers

by

being

intent

in his

fervice; but

as

a

liberali

paymafier,

allowes them

as

largely

as

any

other

day.

Let this teach

us,

I.

to nourish

the

care

of

Gods

worfhip

above

the

care

of

our

life, and

more

intend

the

bufineffe

of

the

foule

then

ofthe

body.

So

cur

Saviour,

firf/

feeJZe

the

kingdome

of

God,

and then

other

things.

2.

to

become more confcionable in

the

keeping

ofthe

Sabbath, not

feeking this

day

after earthly

but heavenly

things

alone.

For confider,

r. The Lords

liberality

in

giving

thee(not

a

fixt

day,bnt)fixe whole

daies

wherein

to

gather earthly

manna; and

wilt

thou

encroach

his

day

too

?

z.

his

liberality

in

giving

thee

manna for

the

feaventh day,

blefling

the labour

of

the

fixe

daies,

and

thereby binding

thy

hands

from

la

}our

on

the

íev

enth.

I V. His

wifedotne

is

Cecile

in

giving to

every man

his

Gomer;

and

every

man

bath

his

meafure.

r,

to

meafure

their

delires

by

Gods

meafure.

2.

that

no

man fhould have

juff

caufe

ofdifeontent;

for bee had

a,

fulficient meafure

for

neceFfity,an

á,

God

was

not

bound

to

provide for

their

wantonneffe.

3.

that

no

man

might envy

another

mans

difproporrion

;

feeing

no man

had

want,

no man

might

have fuperfiuity. Let

us

¡carne

hence

1.

To gather

no

more

of

this

earthly Manna

then

God would

have

us

to

gather.

weft,

How

(hall

I

know Gods

meafure

for

me

?

Anfrv.

t.

That which

his bleffing

by

good

and

war-

rantable meanes

affordeth,

is

hismeafure

E.

and

to

trans

-

greffe

Gods word

in feeking

or

getting wealth,is to goe

beyond

Gods

meafure.

2.

Neither

to

lay

up,nor

to

keep

any

of

this manna

without

or

againft

God. Goods

well

gotten

(hall

faand

and profper(as

manna

gathered

in

he

fixe

dayes.)

But

gather this

manna

on the feaventh

day,

orlay

up

without

and

againft

Gods

commandement,

that