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νομίῳ καὶ Οὐ ποιήσετε Hair of their Beards, and un- **. Pag. ὑμῖν παίζω, ἐδὲ ἀνα- naturally change the Form of ξυρίδας. Χρὴ ἢ ἐδὲ a Man. For the Law fays, ηλικία τρίχα διαφθείρον, Ye hall not marr your Beards.Levit. ¢* μορφι 3 εὐθρώ. For God has made this de xix. 27. πε ὰ φύσιν ἐξαλλά cent for Women, but has deΟὐκ Σπομαδα- termined that 'tis unfuitable ρώσετε γάρ, φησιν ὁ νό· for Men. μῶν, τὰς πώγωνας i- thefe things to pleafe Men, μῶν. Τῦτο γδ γυναι- in Contradiction to the Law, ξὶν ἐὐπρεπὲς ὁ κτίζας thou wilt be abominable with ἐποίησε Θεός· ἀνδράπ God, who created thee after ὃ διάρμοσον ἐδικαίωσε. his own Image. If there Σὺ ἢ ταῦτα ποιῶν δὲ fore thou wilt be acceptaἀρέσκειαν, ὀνδυμέμμος ble to God, abtain from τις νόμῳ, βδελυκτός all thole things which he γλυήσῃ άλλα Θεῷ τῷ hates; aud donone of thofe κτίσαντί σε κατ ̓ εἰκόνα č. things that are unpleafing to αὐτῇ. Ἐὰν ἦν θέλῃς him. 5. 2 Θεῷ αρέσκειν, ἀπόχει πάντων ὧν μισεῖ αὐτὸς, ὲ μηδὲν πράως * αὐ τις απαρεσκόντων.



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ἰ πωτώμεν Θ. ν. : ἀμεροεπόπτης. V.




ment, endeavour to do what is acceptable to God. And keeping in mind the Oracles of Chrift, meditate in the Jof. i. 8. fame continually. For fo the Deut. vi. Scripture fays to thee, Thou falt meditate in his Lamp Day and Night; when thou walkeft in the Field, and when thou fitteft in thine House, and when thou lyeft down, and when thou rifeft up, that thou mayst have Understanding in all things. Nay, altho' thou beeft rich, and so doft not want a Trade * Pag. for thy Maintenance, be not 204. one that gads about, and walks abroad at random. But either go to fome that are Believers, and of the fame Religion, and confer and difcourfe with them about the lively Oracles of God:

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Or if thou stayeft at home, read the Books of theLaw, of the Kings, with the Prophets, fing the Hymns of David, and perufe diligently the Gospel, which is the Completion of the other.

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Abstain from all the Hea VI then Books. For what haft thou to do with fuch foreign Difcourfes, or Laws, or false Prophets, which fubvert the Faith of the Unstable? For what Defed doft thou find in the Law of God, that thou fhouldeft have Recourfe to thofe Heathenish Fables? For


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ο αδελιών,
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τρίων & διαβολικῶν from all ftrange and Diabo-
ἰσχυρῶς ἀπόχε. Πλω lical Books. Nay, when thou

if thou haft a mind to read
Hiftory, thou haft the Books
of the Kings: If Books of
Wisdom or Poetry, thou haft
those of the Prophets, of Job,
and the Proverbs; in which
thou wilt find greater depth of
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then Poets, and Sophifters, be
cause these are the Words of
the Lord, the only Wife God.
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fing, thou haft the Pfalms;
if the Origin of things, thou
haft Genefis; if Laws and Sta- *** Pag.


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call to us, and say, Come un- Matt. xiè
to me all ye that labour and 28.
are heavy laden, and I will give
you Reft. When therefore thou)
haft read the Law, which
is agreeable to the Gofpel,>
and to the Prophets, read.
alfo the Books of the Kings!
that thou mayft thereby learnt
which of the Kings wererigh-
teous, and how they were:
profper'd by God; and how
the Promife of Eternal Life
continued with them from
him. But thote Kings which
went a whoring from God
did foon perilli in their Apo-
ftacy by the righteous Judg-
ment of God, and were de
priv'd of his Life, inheriting,
instead of Reft, Eternal Pu-





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