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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 6 recto
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6 of heauen wide open to satisfie your stomackes now to the 2 god gaue them there lust. the Lord was contente to satisfie there Lust and day this yealdinge to there humerous affection is an indig = nation rather then a free will of god And soe I end. / line divider Text Samuel the 1. the i3 Chap. the i4 ver. And the Lord hath comanded him to be gouernour [of] ouer his people. When man for sin was driven out of Paradice it pleased god to sett a watch man ouer him lest he should cum [v] into his owne sin: Soe the children of Iserael desiringe kinge which was Saul which thought when he had the kindome that quicquid libet licet when the Lord comaunded him to goe to Gilgade and to tarie there til Samuell did come vnto him but he went and would not tarie because the Prop h et . cam not at is time appointed, therfore Samuel said vnto him thy kindome shall be rent from thee for manie reasons 1 because thou didest disobay my voice. 2 because the lord hath sought him a man after his owne hart 3 because he had comaunded him captaine ouer his people/ In these words are 4 thinges to be obserued: i Quis whoe he is [that comanded] ded and that is Joshua the Lord. 2 Quomodo how; imparabat [he ] he comanded him. 3
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