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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 9 verso
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if a man speakes w i th the tongues of Angels and hath not loue it is but as a soundinge brasse or tincklinge Cymball: a man may beleeue through Faith expect through hope and fix his loue on god: but it avayleth nothinge w i th out this godlinesse. S t Augustine sayeth nunquam sit faelicitas si nunquam pietas pietie is the marow of all vertues it reduces all to one rule and one end and that saies hould one godlinesse he only is the iust godlinesse gives vs our dutie our reverence to god, our attention to his word our devotion to prayer our sanctification of the Sabeth. O u r Reale and honest conversation doth hence proceed He puffed vp and knoweth nothinge sayeth the Apostle he teach other = wise and consenteth not to the wholsome doctrine which is accordinge to godlinesse: Secundum pietatem sit doctrina doctrine is accordinge to godlinesse Godlinesse is the grace of god and end of gods blessinge. Exor: Excercere te ad pietatem the reason doth not only move but sett forward doth not only p er swad but compell. for to graue we all come w i th all our might the spirit of god which putteth Spirit into man doth know our nature we all say who will shew vs anie good
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