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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 17 recto
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17 of his people. But Iudas the covetouse desciple betrayed him therfore god is not to be blamed because Adam cast out for it was Adams owne disobedience that was the cause. The 3 point Obiect The obiect of the action Man. he whome god created after his owne image him did god put in paradice man was created out of paradice, therfore he could not chalenge it as his heretage. Paradice a tipe of god es church, for as god alone put man to paradice, soe by christ alone most we be made heires and members of the church of god: Therfore the Apostle riseth in thankes i. Col ossians 12. 3. giuinge thankes to the father which had made vs meete to be p ar takers of the inheritance of the S ain t es in the light &c. and see in Math ew the 25 and 34 Come ye blessed of my father take the inheritance of the kindome prepared for you from the foundatio n of the world: by this word (blessed) is noted blessed by god. by this word from the foundation of the world is noted there desires for what desired they before the foundation of the world Lett vs not therfore be vnthankfull and vnfrutfull seruaunt es , but as kinge Philpp thanked his god es because he had at that time begotten a sonne when the famous philo opher Aristotle florished to be at tutor for his yonge son soe most we thanke god because we live in this time when soe manie learned men farr more famous then either Ar istot le or Gamaliel doe live. The 5 point the end why man was put in paradice is to dresse and keepe it was he faine then to toile Austin answeares the lord endued him w i th skill and dexteritie that he had more will and delight in
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