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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 21 verso
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o ur life of grace, heere on earth; they will indevour to swallow vp o ur r naturall lif and excercise there tyranie vpon o ur r bodies, but can they nowe god is our defender and he glorifyes himself from the vnequalitie of the match god es , is but smale and sillie sheepe but as sayth Augustine although the church be se p er ated vpon earth yet it is ioyned in one head christ Iesus, extra quem as Basell sayth nulla est saluatio and ? comunion w i th christ bring es protection from god and christ is not only the spectator, but an intermedler continualy workinge for the church Therfore may Israel say nay most say ther is not only assertorie stimalatorie S t Hillarie sayth we are prone to forgett god es goodnes we want the trumpet of Dauid. Divers degrees there be of god es blessinges, tem p er all, spirituall, vniu er sall and p ar ticu = lar now therfore lett vs remember god es benefites and rise in thankfullnesse as he in mercie still comemoratinge and declaringe his kindnesse and and say w i th Dauid if the lord had not bin on our side our enimies had swallowed vs vp quicke. /Τελος/
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