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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 13 recto
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13 and and what ought to be done in buldinge templs to the livinge god ought we not to sett downe and examine our selues whether we were sufficient lest we should be iustly mocked w i th the man in the gospell and should not the Divell triumph ou er vs if we were vnfurnished; Be therfore like [longe] deepe vessells longe in fillinge, afore ye poure out, [therfor] goe first [of] the Angells and be instructed your selues before you tell others. S t Oregin sayeth, that he that is not taught him selfe cannot teach others. S t Pauls admonition to Tymothy i Tim othy 4: i6 Take heed to they selfe and vnto learninge continue therin for in doinge this thou shalt both saue they selfe and them that heare thee, though Paule plant and Apollo watter yet of god cometh the increase, And as true as god tieth his blessinge of increase to Plantinge and wateringe; soe true [it] is it that if there be noe plantinge nor wateringe gods blessinge of increase is absent. Now to the 2 p ar t. Tell ye; they must tell, but not to benefit ou r selues but to benefitt others: haue you bin igno = rant and are you now furnished, confirmed in the fayth and resolued of your doubtes, then goe your way and tell others the gift of prophesie, the giftes of tongues of logick and all other liberall sciences so
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