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Good covetousnese. 263. Evil coveton[neffe is joyned with ama
into the actions of the higheft.
Habakkuk fignifiesbe an embracer, a wraßler. :2. The time of his
God would have done, finneth, unlesse he doth it in the same
How Gods righteonnelse is revealed in the Gospel
Idolâtry a grievous lin.
Il-gotten goods bring such a fin upon a man, as cannot be purged but
by repentance and reftitution.
Symptome of a diseased foul.
Inconveniences of Rapine.
It is a sirgular wise done to use the fulnesse of prosperity Hell. 83. and
Kliping dilencefogame of reverence and fubmiflion, pag 327
Knowledge of Gods glory an excellent knowledge. 30C. and the
M Alisemar ,
be in looking into the vices of, brethren, though it
No man would do fervice where nothing is to be gained by iti 329
day of the Lord
Overcharge of the heart with drink, is drunkennelle.
Prayer is a help to him that prayeth, a sacrifice 10 God; a scourge to
Pride is the ground of insatiablene
Proud men resemble death and hell.
Punishment of Idolatry:
Punishments of drinkennelle, 315: who will punish it; God, 316
Remedies against drunkennesse.
Athan suggefteth that the way of righteousnefse is painful. pag.287
Sathans chiefest temptation, is by blemishing of Gods glory. 296
Service performed to God without zeal, is without life.
There is such a concatenation of duties of Religion, and Justiceze hat he