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David

4

tyke

of Cbql.

fuch

attendants

and

majefly

ás

all

the

Potentates

on

earth were never

capable

of,

nor

fhalbe

able

to behold.

6. In amplitude

and abfolutenetl'e.

They will

be free

Monarchs

and commanders,

their

will

and

every

word

of theirs

naafi

be

a

Láw

:

But never was

any

kingdome

abfolutely Monarchicall

but

Chrit}s,al earthly Kings

ever

held

in

fee

of

him.By

me

Kings

raigne.

Never

any

other

included

all

lcingdomes

of

the

world

in

it,

and under

it,

but

this.

Never

any

to

whom

all

Princes

were

frabie!,

but this, Never was there

any

of

them

which

(hall

not

be

broken

to

peeces by

this

little

f}oue,

if

it fland

in

op.

pofition

against

him,Dan.

i.

4

S.

7.

In

difpenfing

juftice.

I.

They

mutt judge

by

evidence

and

proofe,

by

the

fight

of

their

eyes, and

hearing

of

their

cares,

but

he

'hall

not doe

fo,lfa.

i

1.3. For

he

shall

try

and

difcerne

the

reynes,and

fecrets

of

all

hearts,and

all

judge things

as

they be,not

as

they

feeme.

David

judged

according

to

the

hearing

of

his

eare,

rafhly

against

Mephibfbetb

Chrif}

thall

not

doe fo.

2.

They can pronounce

their

fubjecns

juft

and

innocent

:

but he can make

them inno-

cent

and

játt,

communicating

his

owne

righteoufneffe

to

them,which no Prince

can

doe.

s

.Cor.

z

.30. He

is

made

to

Am

righteoisfncfe.

8.

In

meanes

ofupholding

and

maintaining.

r

.

They

.mutt

winne holds,

as

.D,rvid

Sions

fort,

and enlarge

themfelves

by

force

of

armes,

dint

offword,multitude offouldiers

:

But

Chrifi

fends.

but

twelve

unarmed

pore

men,

who

wonne

and

lb-

dued the

whole world

with

the

word

onelyin

their

mouths,

fuch

a

word

as

was

the

greateft

enemy

to

the

world,

and

corrupt

fafliions

of

it.

This

is

the

weapons

mighty

under

]Cod

to call

down

holds.

2.

They,

if

they

want

men,

money, munition,

muff

defpaire

ofat-

tainingor

retaining

their

rights

:

But

Chritis

kiñgdhme,

(being neither

fet

up,

nor held up

by

military

power)

1hallbe upheld

by

the

invifible

and fecret

power

of

the

fpirit.

Ifall

worldly

power

be againft

it

never

defpaire,

it

6.

Abfolutene(re.

Prov.8.i

S

Iuf}ice7

Ex

allegatis

&

protatys.

8.

Meanes

of

up

holding

it.

z.Cor.10.4.