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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 12 recto
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12 forgett. We promise mortalitas vnto o u owne soules what if the wicked florish like a bay tree hath not god a voice to say cutt him downe greene not to see the wicked in prosperitie they are the like the chafe which the winde bloweth a way from the face of the earth, the hart of the man is botomlesse vnus n o n sufficit orbis why seeke we such amplifications when god setts before vs such [amplifications] specta [k] les the righteous greeue and noe man setts it to hart should we not remember illi p re misse they were but sent before the same shalbe our end, venite venite, haec merratura, hic quaestus, haec am = plificatio haec educatio: but why doe we eate and surfett, we drinke and we are drunck, we shall die to morow I o Soalv this night, this houre this minute thou shalt die and be cast to helfire therfore make they frinds of the vnrighteous ma m ons Excerrere to ad pietatem hunt after it for it a great gaine if a m a n be content w i th ath he hath gloria tibi domi n e dividing line
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