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A sermon book [manuscript], 1616-1617.
Part I. When reading Part I, Part II is inverted and reversed.
Phillips, Dorothy, 17th cent.
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folio 1 recto
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1 Sermon notes . may the x th i6i7 line divider Text. Psalme the Cxix. ver: 60. I made hast and delaied not the time to keepe thy comandiments. In this and the former of these verses are two thinges contained. first a christian consideration [they wa] wherin they walke I thought on my wayes and turned &c. Secondly a speedie reforminge and conforminge in it he went about and made hast and delaied not the time to keepe &c. There are two thinges necessarie to be con = sidered of everie christian. 1 the doinge of either of them is good. 2 the neglect of either of them is bad. The first of these which is christian consideration which hath bin hearbafore handled. Now of the second which is a speedie reforminge heare we may observe 3 thinges . 1 the letts that Satan doth cast in there wayes not by the o p er ation of the spirit doe resolue to learne of him. 2 the violent resistance that they make to escape those letts or impediments. 3 the danger in escaping them letts are divers in nature, and divers in the end somtimes enemies somtimes frindes that eat at our table sometimes our mothers sometimes our wif es which are in our owne bosoms as Iobs wife vnto him
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