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preached saint pauls upon

Christ masse day 1621


christmasse

johnia
johni8
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JOHN
JOHNi 18
18 8 LIGHT
SENT BEAR WITNESSE LIGHT

T injury common evangelists irenaus


Iren ceus notes
gospels severally refused sect here
ticks
richs
ricks proper saint john alone refused
sect admitted three evangelists epi
hanius remembers
phanius
phaneus
i refused onely saint john these
alogiani
alegiani
Alo giani limme branch arians being unable
looke upon glorious splendour divine glory attributed
saint john logos gave them name alegiani
alogiani
Alo giani
word christ comprehending mystery
word god hug god
mur tooke round way
often practised
practiced condemne
condemned did understand
therefore refuse whole Gogospell
goshell
spell indeed whole gospell
goshell
comprehended beginning thereof first chapter con-
tracted extensively espred
spred dilated through
whole booke here first foundation divinitie
Divinitie
divinities
christ 15 verse secondly execution offices
christ 35 verse then eect
eeck
effect wording
working
application preach ends
world calling apostles end chapter
first christs divinity enough expressed very first
verse alone eternitie
Eter nitie intimated
eternities word
principio beginning first booke bible genesis
booke written goshell
gospell
Go spell
begin both word beginning beginning
first moses beginning doe onely denote creation
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beares since
6000 yeares saint johns eternity christ
millions multiplied millions calculate then
eternitie
Eter nitie
eternities distinction persons specified
i verse word christ said apud
deum god therefore saith saint basil did holy
ghost rather choose say apud deum then deo god then
god ne auferendce
auferendx Hypostase
hypostaseos occasion
os occasioner
occasionemem daret lest should
give occasion denying same nature divers persons
doth notifie distinction
clearly notified persons say
him then say him se verall attributes
god mercy justice rest god yet
distinct persons lastly expressed i verse
christs equality god verbum erat deus
said & nerbum
word god beginning therefore
eternall
sternall
Eter nall god therefore distinct person
god therefore equall father phrase doth
vexe
lexe anguish arians furnished
disfurnished
being dis
escapes corrupted place onely false interpunction
broke words where admitted pause
read thus nerbum verbum erat apud deum far well et deus erat
made point then followed another sentence
verbum hoc erat principle
nerbum principio ac &c
first part then chapter indeed whole gos
pell i verse manifestation divine nature
eternitie
Eter nitie
eternities distinction persons equa litie
equalitie
equalities
father second part chapter layeth
labeth downe office
christ Prophetic
propheticall
prophetically priestly royall office first
office prophet consisting three se verall exercises mani-
fest things past foretell things come expound things
present christ declared himself prophet these three
first serball
onely verball
Ver ball actuall manifester
actuals
former prophecies former prophecies accomplished
person deeds words actions passion
second foretelling future things foretold state
church end world third declaring
present things told samaritan woman exquisitely
own history gave presently attestation sir 1I see
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thou art prophet Prophetic


prophetically office
propheticall plainly laid
down second office priesthood expressed
36 verse behold lambe god our priest
our sacrifice our priest offered him
selfe our sinnes lastly roy dil office
royall naturall
naturall
naturale
him rest office prophet naturall
Naturall none
naturale
none born prophet those called children
prophets sonnes prophets prophets dis-
ciples though office priesthood being annexed
tribe may sense Na turall yet christ
called naturall
naturale
tribe levi
interest legall priesthood priest according
order melchisedec title king na turall
naturall
naturale
descent bloud royall
aloud nearest succession
onely de jure
lure unctions upon him
three functions
david two both prophet king those two
capacities melchisedec two too both king priest
two onely christ three both prophet priest
king
third part chapter calling foure
apostles may observe first called peter
andrew might laid first interruption
stop zealous fury still force heap every
action way concerns saint peter building
imaginary primacy primacy cared though peter
wanted convey primacy successor
title successours
Succes sours sake saint peters
own diligent advancing prerogative
peter called andrew andrews present
earnest application himself christ may note onely
divers particulars fit use imitation first question
master where dwellest
dwell est thou onely cyrill observes
reverent ascribing him power instructing compellation
master desire time afforded hearken
instructions where dwellest
dwell est thou 1I may dwell thee
soon ever taken good portion knowledge
him selfe
himselfe conceives presently desire communicate hap
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pinesse
finesse others seeks brother peter tells him
invenimus messiah gium
yium
messiam
messlam
Messiam
slam found messias saint
chrysostomo
chrysostome
Chrysostome notes vox qucerentis quorentis
quorentis rejoices
rejoyces
finding him testifies sought him
continued expectation messias before invenit
invenis messham
messiam
Mes siam
found messias saith text duxit
dixit ad jesum
lesum
leasum
brought brother glorious newes having found king
king jewes led him jesus saviour
kinds happinesse
happ inesse temp orall
temporal
tema spiritual might intimated
discovery king saviour what may servants
hope hands both those king saviour
hath worldly preferments
pre ferments glory heaven power
now though words text light
sent wit nesse
witnesse
beare witnessed light placed first part
chapter concerned christs divine nature yet
concernes
belong respect three divine nature
offices calling apostles first light denotes
divine nature secondly testimony given him
john baptist whom words our text spoken declares
him mrss
Mess
messiaslas
ids messias signifies anointed in-
volves offices three offices three vocations
thirdly application testimony given lohn baptist here
apostles successors intimates brings our
memory first vocation chapter gospel
saint lohn containes
con taines
contained divinity chapter gospell
goshell
Go spell
text chapter therefore too large goe through
time time shall insist upon branches arise
consideration what light shall finde
both perso nail light
nali
nall
personal body otherwise too
reall light thing therefore inquire what light
what thing light what person john
baptist denied hereafter shall consider testimony
given light part due time shall
handle person wit nesse john baptist
witnesse
witnessed whom shall
finde many considerable extraordinary circumstances then
citation calling testimony thirdly testimony
selfe gave lastly why testimony requisite
evident thing light first part what light
belongs properly day fill portion day
afforded us exercise proceed therefore
john baptist light what
though expositors
expository
exposi tors well ancient modern agree
generall unanime consent light verse intended
meant christ christ light yet precedent subse-
quent passages chapter 1I see senses admitted
word light then perchance those places beare certainly
then those places need particularly fourth verse
life life light men understand
life nothing natural
naturall life breath light
onely naturall
naturall light naturale
naturale naturall reason distinguishes us
men creatures now true may
pre tence
pretence
predence ground interpretation antiquity selfe
saint cyrill filius dei creatic creativ
creative illuminat christ doth
enlighten us creating us others fathers
schooles understand na turall reason
light naturale
naturall
life conservation life interpretation seemes me
subject both these dangers goes farre yet reaches
home far wresting divers senses word
needs selfe cleare enough light yet
reaches home reaches essentia
essentiallll light
essentials
christ jesus nor supernatural light faith grace
seemes evangelists principall
princi pall scope
principale declare
comming christ essentia
essentiallll light
essentials purpose
comming raise establish church faith grace
supernatural light holy ghost himselfe
him selfe
interprets life meant christ hath sonne hath
life may justly doe light too sees sonne
sonne god hath light light never my remembrance
found place scripture where must necessarily signified signifie
sign ifie
light naturall
na turall reason
nature naturale wheresoever transferred
na turall
naturall
naturale figurative sense takes higher signification
then either Essentiall light christ jesus
signifies essentiall
essentials
answers our first question quis lux light christ
personally signifies supernatural light faith grace
answers our second question quid lux what light
wording christ
working spirit church infusion
faith grace beli
belieff
beliefe
efe manners therefore though
ever lawfully
lawfull
law full often times very usefull raising
exaltation our devotion present plenty abundance
holy ghost scriptures satisfies us marrow
fat nesse
fatnesse induce diverse senses scriptures doe
admit yet may admitted may danger thereby
neglect weaken rall sense selfe
literally
literall
lite necessity
wanton nesse finding
spiritual wantonnesse then necessary senses
lights shadows cast
those many lights true religious duties
interpretation matters religion necessarium & satis conver
tuntur
huntur you done you ought doc
doe your calling
you done enough Evangeli
evangelical cail counsailes
call coun sailes
should raise workes supererogation then you bound
doe you necessary sense meaning
holy ghost place you senses enow till then
though you never many never delight full
delightfull
delightfully
light therefore chapter fitliest
fit liest understood christ
noted here distinctive article illa liia lux
lila
ilia light
non sic dicitur lux picut sicut lapis christ called light
called rockroc cornerstone metaphors
metaphore
meta phore truly
properly true apostles said light
article light yet limitation restriction light
world set convey light world true
john baptist himselfe
him selfe called light large additions
lucerna urbens burning shining lampe denote both
owne burning zeale communicating light others
true faitie ull
faitif uli
uil
faithfull said light lord
signifie
sign ifie
signified dark nesse before
darknesse
clouded now illustrated light light
re flexion illustration greater light first
creation vesper 6 mane dies unus evening morning
made day evening before morning darknesse dark nesse before light
our regeneration wee made new creatures spirit
god bindes naturall
na turall darknesse
findes us naturale dark nesse him made light
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lord christ him


himselfe
selfe hee onely liia lux vera lux
ilia
illa
light true light opposed those lights
though apostles john baptist faith juli
juil
full
faithfull called
lights false lights weake lights
beahe
beake christ
fons lucis fountaine light light body else
hee nothing light now neither
apostles nor john baptist nor elect nor virgin mary
though wee should allow roman church aske
behalfe
halfe roman church yet come searednesse
seare dnesse
obdurate nesse
obduratenesse impudency pronounce virgin
mary origi nall sinne though
without originale
originall done many
shrewd acts towards prejudice contrary opinion yet
none these light nothing light moses
himselfe
him selfe received delivered law
intimate much illustration irradiation upon
face body nay christ jesus him selfe
himselfe ful-
filled law man intimated
greatest degree glorification accepted upon earth
transfiguration though said fashion
countenance changed garment white
glist
glistered
blistered line amenta petro agnoscibilia
ered yet lineamenta
lineamental agno scibilia serv avit hee kept
servavit
former proportion body peter know him
glorify ing
glorifying body making thorough light
hee suffered divine nature appeared
appeare shine thorough
flesh swallow annihilate flesh men
occasion flesh darke clouds yea nights yea long
frozen winter nights sinne works dark darjnesse
nesse christ
darknesse
incapable nights clouds approaches
towards sinne yet christ admitted shadowes
sha dowes
shadowed
degrees humane infirmity them willing show
nature man best perfection thereof vera lux tota
lux true light light
li
ahtrht declared si possibile
pos sibile
transeat
transean
Tran seat calix bee possible let cup passe words
him selfe
himselfe pleased allow much retractation
Verun tamen yet father whatsoever
correction veruntamen sa dnesse my
soule made mee say yet my thine done
mine thine altogether humane
infirmity made difference man christ con-
sidered man tota lux light cloud man
jinde
kinde consider collectively bee light shall bee
dark nesse
darknesse mankind person
adam said sometimes school man keep com
mandements yet man collectively may keep them
mandements intend
herein man may abstained
abstaine
ab staine doing
act against worshipping
wor shipping images another stealing another
adultery others others possible com-
pose man elements principal lest vertu
principallest vertues
vertieses
eminencies men should enter composition
bee found man perfect particular vertu
vertues
verties es
moses meeknesse
meek nesse meeke man above
mecke men
upon earth yet man bee vera lux tota
lux true light light moses meele
meeke hee slew
egyptian nor meek hee disputed ex postulated
god many times passionately every man far beeing
bebing
tota lux light hath still within him darke vapor
origi nall sinne
originall
originale cloud flesh without him
humane plesh
humaneflesh
ftesh
atesh
nay onely man may consider him whole
course life act perfect religious
man world though act employ halfe minute
doing thereof bee vera lux true light light perfect light
may serve another thy selfe lanthorne thy
feet light thy steps hee thou may thinke
chinke
enough doe still another man may doe good works
may justly work thy shame confusion aggra-
vating thy condemnation thou livest well hee yet
perchance serve thy turne livebut
live well
whom god gives him requires man hath veram
lacem true light thorough light
lucem meri
man hath meridiem augee
diem augem
meridier
high point casts shadow origi nall sinne
besides originale
originall
ever smoakes creates soote
boote soule besides
naturall
na turall infirmities
naturale become sinnes wee consider grace
man does carry good actions heights
heighth grace
god affords him hee might doe slacker men declina-
tion even mornings west even east coolings
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faint nesses
faintnesses noones soon dawn
downings
dawnings
ings
breake day inchoation spirituall
spirituals action purpose
others farther growth increasing
diligent observation spirituall
spirituals duties yet
meridier
meri diem
meridiem augee
augem noon south point
heigh
heights
heighth th might higher grace
received best degree our best actions particularly
service wee doe god boure
houre brought
us hither religious purpose sanctifie
sanct ifie
sanctifier festivals
festivall wee answer
callings blessed spirit whitest wee here wee
carry away detestation our sinnes holy purpose amend-
ment life good degree proficiency god bee blessed
us arrive degree yet vera lux true
light light amongst us avoid testimony
conscience since begun present service god
thoughts strayed upon pleasures vanities profit
leapt walls church yea perchance within walls
flesh should bee temple holy ghost besides
become vera lux tota lux true light thorough light requires
perseverance end na turall light goe
till our naturall
naturale wee
cannot say wee light darknesse
dark nesse hell fire
light heavenly fire must bee everlasting ever
cleane
go acleane never throughly kindled kindled our
farther damnation never vera lux true light office
iau
lau
law show sinne light grace may end
show me my desperate estate abuse grace
philosophy darke thing light sunne
naturalis
nat uralis
fons lucis naturales beginning naturall
na turall light
naturale evi-
dent thing bee seen yet hardest looked upon
naturall
na turall light our reason
naturale understanding nothing clearer
clearnesse
cle arnesse selfe nothing darker en wrapped many
scruples nothing nearer round us nothing
remote wee know neither entrance nor limits nothing
easie child discerns nothing hard man under-
stands apprehensible sense comprehensible
reason wee winke wee cannot chuse see stare wee know
never better man yet got neare knowledge
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qualities light know whether light selfe quality


substance then naturall
na turall light
naturale darke our naturall
na turall rea-
naturale
son wee shall offer pierce far light text
essentialll light christ jesus
Essentia nature offices
supernatural light faith grace how far faith may
yet lost how far freewill man may concur
cooperate grace yet still remaine nothing selfe wee
search farther these points then scripture hath opened us
way how shall wee hope unentangle extricate our selves
precious composition lamps amongst ancients reserved
especially tombes kept light many hundreds yeares beares
our age experience caspall openings
casuall
ancient vaults finding lights kindled appeared
inscriptions fifteen sixteen hundred yearesbeares before
soon light comes our light vanishes ettrnall
eter nall
eternall
sternall
nuil
supernatural light christ faith enlightens warmes barmes
purges does profitable offices fire light keep
right sp heare
spheare
scheare proper place wee consist
points necessary salvation revealed scripture
wee bring light common light reason our inferences
consequencies may danger vanish selfe per-
chance extinguish our reason too may search far reason
long faith grace may lose onely them
even our reason too sooner become mad then good
bound believe thing against reason believe
know why slacke opinion Beli
belieff
beliefe
efe
grounded upon reason should come heathen man
na turall man uncatechized uninstructed
meere naturall
naturale rudiments
christian religion should first without preparation
present him first necess itie thou shalt burn
necessitie
necessities fire
brimstone eternally except thou believe trinitie Tri nitie persons
unitie god except thou believe incarnation second
person trinitie
Tri nitie sonne god except thou believe
virgine sonne same sonne god
god man too being imm ortall god yet died
immortall
immortals should
farre working spirituall
spirituals cure upon poore soule
should rather bring christian mysteries scorne then him
acorne
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belieff
beliefe
beli efe man you proceed believe you
burne hell finde easie obvious way escape
first believe hell selfe then nothing binde
him believe rest
reason therefore man must first satisfied way
satisfaction must make him see world
frame much harmony much concinnitie conveniencie
correspondence subordination parts thereof
must necessarily workeman nothing make selfe
workeman deliver frame worke
much Ma majestic
jestie
restle
restie governed fortune casually
still retain administration thereof owne hands
doe made world staine still
sustains
sustaine
eustaine
su watchfully
watchfull
providence belo ngeth worship
belongeth service him doing
therefore hath certainly revealed man what kinde
worship service shall acceptable him manifesta-
tion must permanent must written must
scripture word therefore
scripture word god articles our
belieff
beliefe bee drawne
brawne
then reason confessing aske farther proofe
proffe how
shall know these scriptures accepted christian church
true scriptures let him bring booke pre
tendeth
bendeth word god comparison these
true demonstration evidence
two three prove these scriptures god god hath
proceeded manner drive our reason pound
force itie accept these
necessitie
peremptory necessities
necess scriptures
then here exercise our our assent
resisted yet these scriptures orderly
sweet power full working upon
powerfull
powerfully reason under-
standing third man utterly discharged
preconceptions anticipations matter religion
neutrall disinterested
disinter essed unconcerned
neu trall disinteressed
altogether neutrals either party noth-
ing towards turke ture little toward christian should heare
christian pleade
cleade bible tur e
turtte
turtle alcoran
should weigh evidence both majesty style
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punctuall accomplishment
punctually prophecies harmony con-
currence foure evangelists consent unanimity
christian church ever since many reasons
brawne
drawne Historic
historically
historicall grammaticall
Grammatic
grammatically logicall
logicals
Logi call
belieff our bible
beliefe preferre
pre ferre before
preferee
pretended word god believe
know why did let man thinke
chinke god hath given him
much ease here save him believing knoweth what
why knowledge cannot save us cannot saved without
knowledge faith side knowledge beyond
must necessarily come knowledge first though must stay
come thither regenerate christian being
now new creature hath new facultied
facultie reason
beli
believeth
eveth mysteries religion another reason then
na turall man
meere naturall
naturale believed na naturall
turall
naturale morall things
lieveth them own sake faith though take knowledge
them before common reason those humane argu-
ments worke upon men naturall
na turall
naturale morall things
divers men may walke sea side same beames
sunne giving light them gat hereth
gathereth benefit
light pebles speckled shells curious va nitie
vanitia
vanitie another
gathers precious pearle medicinally
nall ambar
medicinall
medici same light
common light reason illumins
illum ins us
illumine implores
imployes
imp loyes
light upon searching impertinent vanities another better
use same light finds mysteries religion
hath found them loves them lights sake
naturall
na turall
naturale true worth thing self men benefit
light reason found things profitable usefull
whole world particular printing learning
whole world communicable another our minds
our inventions our wits compositions may trade
commerce togetherand
together may participate others under-
anothers
standings well our clothes wines oyles
merchandise
merchandize
Merchan dize benefit light reason
found artillery warres come quicker ends then here-
tofore extence bloud
great expence aloud avoyded
avoy ded
avoided numbers
men slain now since invention artillery much lesse then
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before sword executioner others benefit


light searched found secret corners gaine
profit wheresoever lie found wherein weake
nesse another man consisteth
consi steth made profit
circumventing him bargain found riotous
wastefully
wastefull
waste full inclination fed fomented disorder
kept open leake advantage others ruine
found where easiest accessible way
solli cite
sollicite
sollicito chastitie
Chas titie woman whether discourse Mu musicje
muri
musl
Musi cic
cie
cJe
mosicke
musicke
sicke
presents according discovery pursued hers
eter nall destruction
own sternall
eternall benefit light men see
through darkest impervious places
courts princes greatest officers courts submit
themselves second advance humours men great
place make profit weaknesses
discovered these great men wayes both wisdome
wisdoms
Wis dome
craft lie open light light naturall
na turall reason
naturale
gone these wayes benefit light
got further then walked tempestuous sea
gathered pebles speckled cockle shells light seems
great same reason torch misty night seebeth
seemeth
greater then clear hath kindled inflamed much
thicke grosse ayre round light wisedome
wise dome
worldly men seebeth seemeth great hath kindled admiration
applause alery flatterers
flatter ers deed
thou canst
canet take light reason thee poore
snuffe almost thee thy faint dimme
damme knowledge
god riseth
diseth light nature thou canst
canet those
embers those cold ashes finde small coale wilt take
paines knaell downe
kneell blow coale thy devout prayers
light thee little candle desire reade booke
call scriptures goshell
gospell
Go spell word god
little candle thou canst canet creep humbly low poore
places thou canst
canet finde thy saviour manger
swathing clontsclouts humiliation blesse god begin-
ning canet finde him flying
thou canst egypt finde thy
selfe disposition accompany him persecution banish
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ment bodily banishment locall lacall banishment yet reali ra 0


reail
reall
spiritual banishment banishment those sinnes
sinnefull
sinne full conversation thou hast loved then thy parents
countrey
countley
Coun trey thine owne body perchance thou hast con-
sumed destroyed sinne canet finde him con-
thou canst
tenting him selfe
containing himselfe home fathers house
breaking worke our salvation till
due time come done according
example thou canse contain thy selfe station vocation
god hath planted thee through hasty precipitate
zeale breake imaginary intempestive unseasonable
reformation either civill ecclesiasticallyEcclesiastic
eccleslasticall
ecclesiasticall ali businesse
bus
ail businesses
inesse belong
thee little poore light these first degrees knowl-
edge faith thou canst
canet follow him garden gather
droppes
dropped precious aloud
bloud sweat shed
thy soule thou canse follow him jerusalem pick
those beares
teares shed upon city upon thy soule
canet follow him
thou canst place scourging crucify-
ing provide thee balme must cure thy soule
thou canst
canet turne little light inward canet
canst
discerne
di scerne where thy diseases
thereby discerned thy wounds thy cor
ruptions
eruptions canet apply those teares
canst beares blood balme
them thou attend light na turall reason
naturall
naturale
cherish exalt bring thee love
scriptures love beleele
beleefe truth thereof
historic ail faith
ali
historical faith application appropriation
those things certainly done certainly done thee
thou shalt never envy lustre glory great lights
worldly men great infirmity others
own opinion great others think them great
think themselves thou shalt finde howsoever
magnifie
magnific
magnifie lights wit learning industry
fortune favour sacrifice owne nets yet thou shalt
see thou thy small light hast gathered pearle amber
great lights nothing shels
chels pebles
determined light nature upon booke nature world
thou hast carried light nature higher thy naturall naturale reason
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even humane arguments brought thee reade scrip-


tures love god hath set seale faith light
shall set noone even heigh
heights
heighth
th heavy crosse shall cast
damp upon soule cut off suc cours
succours devest
them comforts thy light shall grow faire hope
modest assurance infallibility light shall never go
nor works
morks jark
darfnesse
darknesse
darfneffe
dark nesse nor prince darjnesse
darknesse
dark nesse ever
pre vaile upon thee
prevaile
prevailed thy light reason exalted faith here
thy light faith shall exalted light glory
fruition kingcome
kingdome
King dome heaven before sunne made
light did office distinguishing night
day sunne created did offices
former light reason first primogeniall light
goes farther naturall
na turall man
naturale man regenerate
faith light does reason did morall
drill
civill domestique
Domes tique indifferent actions though
never done without reason yet principall
princi pall scope
principale marke
glory god though seeme
beeme morall civill
domes tique yet
domestique deeper tincture heavenly nature
relation god them
light our text then essentially personally christ
himself him flowes supernatural light faith grace
here intended light faith grace flowing
fountaine light christ jesus works upon light
nature reason may conduce raising your devotions
do without long insisting upon se verall parts thereof
present you those many divers lights
world admit application light our text essentia ll
essentiall
essentials
light christ jesus supernatural light faith grace
these lights shall consider few couples first
payre lux Ess essentia
essentiz
Essen tiz
essentice
entice lux gloria light essence god
light glory saints though first these
essentiall light
essentiall
essentials shall see god face face
effluence emanation beams face god i

make place heaven light said god


onely hath immortality diels dwels luce inaccessibili light
none attaine
attained yet light faith grace 1
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sanctification may come participation light


essence reflection world shall true
us said those ephesians you darjnesse
darknesse
once dark nesse
now light lord does enlight ned nor lightsome
enlightned
say enlightened
light self light essentially our conversation heaven
god sayes jerusalem blessings here world
calceavi
Calce lan
ianthine
Ian thino 1I
avi te ianthino
lanthino shod thee badgers skinne
sf inne
translate antients
ancients take stuffe
precious sauffe
1I enabled thee tread upon estimable things
world church self presented every true mem-
ber church endowed luna sub pedibus pe dibus moone
under moone under our feet tread upon world even
trodden upon precious promises christ
mate
malf par takers
make us partakers divine nature light faith makes
us same spirit lord our participation
light essence life next light glory
glorification shall day
glory consider great part denudation
manifestation world great part our in-
glorious servitude those disguises palliations those colouos
colours
col ours
pretenses
pretences pub
publique
lique good men power
parell
authority capparell
apparell
ap oppress ions
oppressions poore
miserable cannot see ends none
denudation laying open our selves another
shall accompany state glory where shall see others
bodies soules actions thoughts therefore
place now tribunall
tribunals
Tribu nall christ jesus day
judgement
Jud gement denudation must here shall
content stand naked naief before him content discovery
revealing manifestation our sinnes wrought upon us
least our owne consciences though congregation
glory must denudation must glad
our sins scape preacher must say though
comfort though hit mans adultery
others ambition
anothers others extortion yet
anothers dili-
gence hath missed my sinne thou wouldest faine
mist thou wouldest faine hold still then why earmest
earnest thou
camest
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hither what camest earmest thou


earnest church sacrament why
doest thou delude god comple mentall visit
complementall
complementally come
house thou bring thee disposition honour
service camest thou onely try whether god knew thy sinne
tell thee preacher alas knoles infal-
knowes
libly take knowledge knowing thy con-
science words preacher thy state desperate
god sends us preach forgivenesse forgive nesse sinnes where wee finde
sinne commission execute how shall finde your
sinnes old sacrifices law priest did fetch
sacrifice herd received him brought
sacrificed him doe thou therefore prevent preacher
accuse thyselfe
thy selfe before accuse thee offer thy sinne thy selfe
bring top thy memory thy conscience finding
may sacrifice thee tune instrument
fitter hand remember thou thine own sins first then
every word fals preachers lips shall drop
dew heaven dram balme gilead portion aloud
bloud
thy saviour wash away sinne presented thee
sacrified
sacri fied
sacrificed him thou onely congregation finde
preacher hath touched thee nor hit thy sinnes know
then thou wast commission remission
sinnes afraid thy conscience either gangrened
gang rend
gangrend
unsensible incisions cauterizations made
denouncing judgements
Judge ments god far preacher
goe thy whole constitution thy complexion thy com-
position sinne preacher cannot hit thy particular sinne
thy whole life whole body thy actions con
tindall sin
tinuall long man alive appeare
appeared offense
offence
breath physician assigne
assigned corrupt place
lungs teeth stomach thereupon apply convenient remedy
thereunto dead putrefier
putrefied
putre fied man askes
abkes
whence ill aire egence
ogence
offence comes proceeds thy
whole carcasse
car casse
carcaise long you sense your sinnes
long touch offended wounded part felt
you you desperate though you froward impatient
our increpations you teele nothing whatsoever wee
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say your soule Hec tique fever where


hectique distemper
humor whole substance nay your soule selfe
become car carcasse
casse
carcaise then our first couple these lights
our conversation heaven here watchful nesse
watchfulnesse
fall sinne lacem essentia possession
lucem fruition
heaven light gods presence then doe
infirmity fall sinne yet denudation our soules
manifestation our sinnes god confession
concession purpose
gla dnesse
gladnesse heare our sinnes spoken preacher
lumen glorice inchoation our glorified estate then
couple these lights propose considered
lumen fidei lumen natures light faith light
nature
these two lights faith grace first then nature
reason said something before never too much con-
tentious
tent ious spirits cast clouds upon both these lights
said nature doth alone others nature hath nothing
do grace decline wranglings
wrang lings tend
edification say onely our present purpose opera-
tion these se verall couples lights light faith
him hath involved prophecies clear
evident history already done wrapped
promises own already performance man needs goe
high assurance messias redeemer first
promise made him adam nor limitation stock
race whence messias should come far renewing
promise abraham nor description messias
should whom should born esaias nor
micheas
Mi cheas
macheas place nor time should accom-
plish far daniel nor far evangelists
themselves history evidence
done behalf messias done 1600 yeares
beares since
hath whole bible abundant library own heart
light faith onely knowing
applying appropriating thy benefit hath better
knowledge then then either Prophetic
propheticalail Evangeli
evangelicallcall
evangelically
though both these irrefragable infallible proofs mes
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sias Prophetic
propheticall
prophetically should Evangeli
evangelicall
evangelicallycall
come yet both these might concern others light faith
brings him home thee how sure ever 1I world shall
never perish water yet 71I may drowned how sure ever
lamb god hath tajen taien away
tahen
taken sinnes world 1I may
perish without 1I applicatory faith needs
looke back esay nor abraham nor adam messias
neither needs looke forward needs stay expectation
angels trumpets awaken dead put
usque quo domine how long lord wilt
usquequo blit thou defer our restitution
hath already died death righteous die
sinne hath already bu riall
buriall
burdall being buried christ
baptiste
baptisme
Bapti sme hath resurrection sinne ascension
holy purposes amendment life judgement
Jud gement
peace conscience sealed unto him light applying
faith hath already apprehended sternall
eternall
eter nall possession gods
sternall
eternall kingcome
King dome
eter nall kingdome light second couple lux
natures light nature
though fainter light directs us nature faith
quantitie
quan titie
quantitied light moone know posi-
tion distance sunne how far how neare sunne
working light nature us may dis-
cern measure virtue heat how near
greater light light faith stand finde our nat
arall
urall faculties rectified free
morall civill actions bent upon external
exter nail duties
nali
nall reli-
gion every naturall
na turall man may
naturale use free
come church heare word preached believe true
may sure greater light us cold
them actuating exalting naturall
na turall faculties farre
using our naturale
shall deprived light shall see invisible god
visible things saint paul makes inexcusable unpar-
donable thing shall see hand god our worldly
crosses nor seal god our worldly blessings shall
see face god house presence here church nor
mind god goshell
gospell
Go spell gracious purposes upon man
kinde extend particularly reach far include us 1I shall
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heare scripture venite omnes come yet 1I shall


thinke
chinke eye upon me eye did becken me
1I shall heare deus dult
duit omnes salvos god save
yet 1I shall finde perverse reason my selfe why
likely god save me 1I am commanded scrufari scruta ri scrip
scrutari
turas search scriptures now able repeat
history bible without booke ruffle bible
upon word turne chapter verse
scrutatio
scruta tio
exquisita scrutation
exquisite true searching scriptures finde
histories examples me prophecies induce
saviour me gospell apply christ jesus me turne
goshell
folds plaits thine owne heart finde
infirmities waterings
wave rings
waverings thine owne faith ability say
lord 1I beleaveleeve help mine unbe
beleeve unbeleefe
leefe then though thou
bible thy hand though thou stand dark corner nay though
thou canst
canet reade letter thou hast searched scripture thou
hast turned marine Q9 ver 24 turne thine eare
marke god heare
him turning thee saying thy soule I1 marry thee my
selfe ever thou hast searched scripture turned
i
hos 2 ver ig
thou canst
19 turne
canet reade
thine owne history thine oune
thou hast endeavoured
onne
owne life
turne thine
ignorance knowledge thy knowledge practice thou
finde thy selfe example rule christs you know inow
these things blessed you you do them then thou hast searched
scripture turned jo 13 ver 17 Scruta
scrufari
scrutari ri scripturas
scriptunas
Scrip turas
search scriptures though thou wouldest make con-
cordance
cor dance application thou wouldest search wardrobe
make inventory finde something fit
thy wearing john baptist light christ
hit nesse him
wit
tvitnesse
witnesse
bore witnessed
mit light faith highest exaltation
elect here beatific
beatificall vision
very beatifically
shall heaven beares witnessed
wit nesse
witnesse light
light nature highest exaltation faith beares
wit nesse
witnesse
witnessed lights faith nature subordinate john
baptists faith beares me witnessedwit nesse
witnesse 1I christ light
nature exalting naturall faculties towards religious
my natural
uses beares me witnessed
wit
witnesse
nesse I1 faith onely man whose
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conscience testifies himself whose actions testified


testifie
test ifie world
does what beleave himself
beleeve believed
beleeved
bele eved
others hath true light faith
therefore apostle saith quench spirit 1I say
too quench light nature suffer light goe
naturall faculties husband
study your naturale improve them love
outward acts religion though hypocrite though
naturall
na turall man may doe them certainly
naturale loves militant
church hath faint faith interest triumphant
cares though materiall church fall I1 am afraid falling
material
spirituall
spirituals man sure money
plate house burnt preserve faith outward
exercises religion faile under
undervaluer
undervalues
values outward things
religious service god though begin ceremonially
ceremoniall
rittall
rituall things come quickly call sacraments outward
things sermons pub
publique
lique prayers outward things
contempt Plato nique philosophers did
platonique overrefine
refine rel-
igion devotion say nothing first thoughts
ebullitions devout heart fit serve god came
outward action neeling
body kneeling lifting hands
came invested our words made prayer nay
passed revolving turning our inward thoughts
thereby mingled our affections though pious affections
yet say pure enough service god nothing
first motions heart him beloved outward things
ap parell god
apparell
capparell since god content take body let us
leave him naked nor ragged you bestow onely
cost thoughts study how you clothe your chil-
dren how you clothe your servants bestow both cost
thoughts thinke
chinke seriously execute cheerfully outward declarations
becomes dignity him evacuated himselfe
him selfe
you zeale
scale
seale house needs eat you nor eat you
house home god asks your hands you eat
dish lesse your feasts house sake you spare some-
what reliefe
relieffe glory you leaner nor
weaker abstinence john baptist bore witnessedwit
witnesse
nesse light
wit nesse your faith
outward things beare witnessed
witnesse exalting our nat
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arall
urall faculties beare witnesse
wit nesse
witnessed supernaturall
supernaturally do com-
pare master servant yet thank servant
brings us master make great difference between
treasure chest ey opens yet glad
key our hands bell cals me church does
cate chise me nor preach
catechise
catechism me yet 1I observe sound
bell brings me him does those offices me
light nature far being enough candle may kindle
torch faculties imp loyed god infuses
implored
nature well imployed
faith our second couple lights subordination
light nature light falth
julty
faith third payre lights
attestation wit nesse
witnesse
beare witnessed light our text lux
norum corporum
erternorum
erter
ceternorum orum light sunne moone
those glorious bodies give heaven lux incensionum
light those things naturally combustible apt
take fire doe give upon earth both these beare witnesse wit nesse
witnessed light
admit application first these glori-
ous lights heaven must take nothing stars stars
nor make astrological fixed conclusions meteors
transitory may comets starres
blazing sharres
starres por-
tend much mischiefe
mischieve
mis chiefe none those eterna corpora corpord
fixed stars stars heaven christian
church proper spheare
scheare light our text
light essentiall light christ jesus moves
essential supernaturall
supernaturally
light faith grace truly intelligence spheare
heare
scheare
sp
christian church heavens stars created
once fiat then being made stars doe beget new
stars christian doctrine necessary salvation delivered
once tirely heare
spheare
scheare
sp body scriptures
then stars doe beget stars articles faith doe beget
articles faith councell trent should brought
bed new creed conceived before holy ghost
scriptures monstrous birth child greater then
father soon borne new creed councell
trent con coltaine
containe
taine articles then old creed apostles
did saint jude writing common salvation calls
saint jude seems knew particular salvation
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impossible man salvation common salvation ex-


horts them contend earnestly faith hus once de-
livered unto saints semel once once semel simul
once altogether tertullians
tertulliano
Tertul lians note rule faith
mobilis
una immobilis
im irreformabilis must deformed
cannot reformed must mard cannot mended
whatsoever needs mending reformation cannot rule
faith tertullian foundation man lay then christ
onely better what things soever added
men enter nature condition foundation
additions traditions superedifications roman church
yter
eter norum corporum
lux eternorum
ceternorum orum fixed bodies
stars direct us may meteors exercise our dis-
course argumentation may raise controversies
may comets exercise our feares our jealousies
may raise rebellions treasons
treasone
Trea sons fixed glorious
bodies heaven stars non communions
comm unions where
communions communicants communions
comm unions
admit bread wine transubstan
tiated
teated communions semi com
communions
m unions admit
bread given wine
toine m m unions
sesqui communions
bread wine taste trials
trialls bread
wine yet bread wine very body very aloud
bloud
christ quotidian miracles destroy contradict even
nature miracle make miracles ordinary fixed con-
stant certain miracle nature does
thats miracle man doe certainly constantly
libly every day
bibly every day every priest miraculously change
bread body christ besides certaine fixed
shops marts miracles place shop miracles
barren nesse
barrennesse
barronnesse another shop toothache
tooth ache contract
occasion
occasionalail divinity doctrines serve present occasions
ali
eighty eight Heretic prince must necessarily excommuni-
heretically
hereticall
cated Heretic prince excommunicated must necessarily
heretically
hereticall
deposed another time may otherwise conven
iencies
ien cies dispensations may admitted these these
tradition occasion
traditionally
traditionall occasionalail Almanacf divinity
almanacf
almanacs
manack
ali Al
almanacs
almanack may bee comets
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may meteors may raine bloudaloud raine fire raine


haile stones hailstones
hailestones big talents revelation
mil
milstones
millstones
stones grinde world oppress ions
oppressions
lux ceternorum
eternorum
eter norum corporum orum light stars heavenly
bodies made once diminish en crease
Funda
fundamental
mentall articles faith always same our
application ter norum corporum
lux xternorum
ternorum carporum
cora orum
carp light those heav-
enly bodies light our text christ working church
now consideration light third couple
lux incensionum light things take give
light here upon earth reduce application practise
contract instance appeare
appeared devotion zeale
him best affected part disposition
torch knife ordained take fire give light
never lightner
lightned
lightned does easily take light must
bruised beaten first lighted put though
cannot take fire self yet does easily conceive fire
presented within convenient distance soule
man towards fires zede gods glory compassion
others misery never tooke fire never
affected either these glory god miseries
men 1I hope kindle him must gods worke bruise
beat him rod affliction before take fire paulus
revelatione compulsus ad aidem
revelations fidem st paul compelled believe
light saw power felt wrought
upon him light shined heaven
strooe him
strobe
strocke
strooke earth agnoscimus christum christim
Ch ristum paulo prius
gentem
fentem deandedeinde docen tem christ begun
docentem upon st paul
catechi sme
catechisme rod therefore here pauls case
never kindled before almighty god proceed same way
them come neare friendship towards them
enmity them percifull
mercifull them beeme unmerci
seeme
full well pleased seeme angry
beeme inflicting
medicinally
medici
medicinall nall afflictions may give them comfort discomfort
life death make them seeke face turning face
them suffer them continue stupid inconsid-
eration
era tion lamentable senslesnesse miserable condition
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bruise freake them


bredle
breake rod may take fire
you taken fire before enlight ned
enlightned
enlightened
both sacraments preaching word meanes
measure practise ho linesse heretofore
supplying oyle your lamps god ordinance kin-
dled you you let light go negligence inconsid-
era tion
eration storms worldly calamities blowney
blowne do
now instant call minde what sin yesterday tother
day long ago begun practised
practiced prevailed upon you
what future sinne what purpose doing sinne night
morrow possesses you do thinke
chinke seriously what sinne what
crosse hath blown light grace formerly
you before sinne crosse invaded you turne your
soul hath enlightned
enlight ned before towards
enlightened fire gods
spirit blowes minute you conceive new fire new zeale
new compassion lux incensionum kindles easily
hath kindled before soule accustomed presence
god holy meditations though fall asleep darke corner
sinne infirmity while yet upon every holy occasion
takes fire agaline
againe meanest preacher church shall
worke upon him then foure doctors church should
able do upon person never enlight ned before
enlightned
enlightened
never accustomed presence god private medi-
tations
tat ions outward acts religion our third couple
lights wit nesse
witnesse
beares witnessed admit application light
our text then fourth couple consider
lux depuratarum mixtionum Mixtion um light lustre precious
stones then lux Repercussion
repercussionum um light repercussion
flexion
Re
preflexion
reflexion body though light self casts light
upon bodies
application first these lights depuratarum mix
tignum
tionum precious stones shall onely apply making
value precious stones first drops dew heaven then
refined sunne heaven long lying ex
hald evaporated breathed grosse matter
received another concoction sunne then become pre-
cious eye estimation men those actions ours
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shall precious acceptable eye god must first


conceived heaven word god then re-
ceive another concoction holy deliberation before bring
those actions execution lest may mistaken roote
thereof actions precious acceptable gods eye must holy
purposes beginning then done season dove must
lay egge hatch bird holy ghost must infuse
purpose sit upon overshadow mature ripen
shall precious gods eye reformation abuses state
church holy purpose drop dew heaven
unseasonably attempted farther con-
coction then first motions our owne zeale becomes
effectuall stones precious
effectually estimation men begin
dew heaven proceed sunne heaven actions
precious acceptation god purposes conceived
spirit executed time glory conceived
ambition nor executed sedition application
mixtion
lux depuratarum mixtionum um precious stones
making proposed another valuation
whereas pearle diamond big nesse
bignesse
bigonesse many
carats
barats much worth twice big ten times much
worth though god vouchsafe value every good work thou
dost yet grow greater shall multiply estimation
them infinitely hath prized high rate chastitie
chas titie
continency thy youth thou adde moderation thy
middle age ambition thy latter age covetous nesse
covetousnesse
inae votion
indevotion shall price gods treasure
drop blood sonne too deare thee roome state
kingcome
kingdome
King dome jointenancie
Jointe nancie onely sonne too glori-
ous thee light couple lustre precious
stones lux Repercussion
repercussionum um light reperc-
ussion
cussion flexion
preflexion
reflexion
Re
gods light cast upon us reflectreflecteth
eth upon men
too us god doth onely accept our works our
selves imp loyes those works
implores
imployes ours upon men here
true divine supererogation devill doth
gods actions fall com passe did mischievously
compassed
compasse
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counterfeit romane church induced doctrine


supererogation man might do much then
bound do god superplus
superplusageage might save whom
did direct them intention upon
particular person bishop rome generall administrator
men might bestow them where here
true supererogation man merit god
our good works shall onely profit us do them
others see them done light repercus-
sion reflexion shall made specula divier
flexion
preflexion
Re divince qua acci
divinr glories quae
quar piunt
accipiunt
accipient
red dunt
& reddunt looking glasses receive gods face upon our selves
cast upon others holy life exemplary conversation
end warmth our selves true christ
came even winter light our selves true
came even night appeall
now 1I appeals your own con-
sciences 1I aske you judge assistant
your consciences amicus curia whether man made
good use light might done man
compassing sinne hath met light way
thou shouldest do man hath onely balaam
did met light angell met heavenly inspirations
avert him hath heard balaam did own asse
those reasons use carry him those very worldly
respects use carry him dispute against sinne tell him
onely soule heaven salva-
tion body health honour repu-
tation cost money labour danger
spent upon sinne then carried him right way
sleep sleep night drunfe
drun fee
drunje
drunke
daunke night you day starre sunne right
eousnesse sonne god risen day day little
longer now then shortest little little better now
then you came mend little every coming lesse
then seaven yeares
beares apprentissage your occupations cost you
you shall learn mysteries your twelve companies
mysteries twelve tribes twelve apostles twelve
belo ngeth
articles whatsoever belongeth promise performance
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imitation christ jesus lux una light light


alone lux tolu
tota
tola light light shall light
eddeth
sheddeth
sh himselfe
him selfe upon light grace give you
these attestations
Atte stations these witnesses light shall
give you lacemlucem essentice
ess entice really essentially incorporated
him made partakers
par takers divine nature same
spirit lord conversation heaven here luce m
glorice gladnesse give him glory denudation your souls
your sinnes humble confession
concession him gla dnesse
gladnesse
receive denudation manifestation your selves your selves
messenger medicinally
medicinall
medicinall musi call increpations
musicall
musicale
gla dnesse
gladnesse receive indication
inchoation future glory remission
those sinnes shall give you lucemlacem fidei faithfull un-
removable possession future things present make your
hereafter now fruition god lacem natures love
lucem
outward beauty house outward testimonies
love inclining your natural
naturall faculties religious duties shall
give you lacem lucem ceternorum corporum orum love walk light
stars heaven never change love perfect
junda
funda mentall articles
fundamental religion without impertinent additions
lucem incensionum
lacem apt nesse
aptnesse take holy fire what
hand tongue pen soever presented unto you according
gods ordinance though light formerly suffered go
you lacem depuratarum mixtionum
shall give you lucem Mixtion um
lustre precious stones made dew heaven heat
heaven actions intended first produced
glory every day multiply value sight god
thou shalt every day grow grace grace
lacem Repercussion
lucem repercussionum um shall make you able reflect cast
light upon others glory establishment
lighten our dark darjnesse
darknesse
nesse beseech thee 0 lord these
lights thy light may see light Essentia ll light
christ supernaturall light
supernaturally grace
may see these beames light may bring us
thee him blessed spirit proceeds both
amen

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