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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 verso
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Text Iohn the 3 chap: ver: 16. God so loued the world that he hath giuen his only begotten sonne that whosoeu er beleeued should not perish but haue eu er lastinge Life Herin is to be considered 5 principals 1 The match. 2 The p ar ties which are maried. 3 The motive of the match. 4 The ringe where w i th they were maried. 5 The motive of the match. The match god himselfe made The p ar ties which is maried [god] his sonne and the world. The motive of the match is loue, god soe loved the world. The ioint whosoeuer beleeued in him he should not p er ish but haue euerlastinge life God the father was the first maker of this match as it is manifest in the scripturs it was soe decreed that the world should be maried w i th his owne sonne 1 he cam to her but she receaued her not Iohn: the 1 chap. 11 ver: he cam to his owne and his owne receaued him not 2 he is not [discharged] discuraged by this, but he knoketh Can : and sayeth Open vnto me my sister my love 5.2 my doue: for my head is full of dew and my lookes w i th the dropps of the night I ought to to say he knockes and after he desireth her to open sayinge
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