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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 7 recto
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7 All christians are wariors 1 as they are members of the militant church 2 as they are to fight against the flesh the world and the divell The callinge of a kinge is a thinge of great weight and his duties are 2/. 1 as man to obay god. 2 as kinge to see others obay him 1 There is speculum reformationis in which eu er y one must looke 2 and speculum informationis The first to / the [s??] magistrat The seconde to the subiect. To the [subiect] subiect that there may be noe more weigh laied vpon then he is able to beare. To the subiect it belongeth to poure out his praiers to god to the magistrat wisdome And we may further note 2 The notation of a Prince not to shew his power beyonde his bounds. 2 That he raigneth o u er all for there be many other nations in Iserael 3 He calleth them his people therin he is not 2 to comaunde then beyond the Lord 2 they are not to obay them beyond the lord.
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