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4 King. xi, 3, 4
reign’d righteoufly, and in 2 Chron.
τῆς ξ Ἰσραὴλ ἐβασί· λούσε, ὦ Ἰωσίας ἐν δι' καιοσύνῃ ὀκτὼ ἐτῶν 5. βασίλευσεν ὁμοίως & Ἰωαὶς ἑπα ἐτῶν ἦρξε τῷ λαῷ. Ως εἶ καὶ νέΘ', ἀλλὰ πρᾷΘ, Αρχέτω, δῆλός τε καὶ ή σύλεθα ὅτι λέγε ο το Ησαΐν κύρι(. ὁ Θεός· Ἐπὶ τίνα οπ· βλέψω, ἀλλ ̓ ἢ Ἐπὶ “ ταπεινόν" καὶ ἡσύχιον καὶ τρέμοντα με τὰς λό· γες αναπολυτός; ὁμοίως ὃ ἐν τῷ διαδιλίῳ τω Μακάριοι οἱ πρᾳ ειες ὅτι αὐτοὶ κληρονομήσεσι * γῆν. Ἔσω 25 ὃ ἐλεήμων· ότι πάλιν εἴρηται ̇ Μακάριοι οἱ ἐλεήμονες, ὅτι αὐτοὶ ἐλεηθήσονται 3. Γινέπω ; & δύσω είδηση, πάσης κάτ
κίας πονηρίας καὶ ἀδικίας κεκαθαρισμούς· ὅτι πάλιν ἄρηται Μακάριοι οἱ καθαροὶ τῇ καρδίᾳ, ὅτι αὐτοὶ
* πραύν. V. 1 v. V. 3 * Ες 5 καὶ ειρηνοποιὸς ὅτι πάλιν λέγε, μα · πάροι οἱ εἰρηνοποιοί, ὅτι αὐτοὶ, καὶ θεῖ κληθήσονται. ν.
a Brawler, not Covetous; not Tas, Xu' Tanns, a a Novice, left being puffed up with Pride, he fall into Condemnation, and the Snare of Luc. xiv. the Devil. For every one that exalteth himself shall be abafed. Such an one a Bifhop ought to be, who has been the Husband of one 1 Tim. Wife, who alfo has herself had no other Husband; ruling well his own Honfe. In this manner let Examination be made when he is to receive Ordination, and to be plac’d in his Bilhoprick, whether he be grave, faithful, decent; whether he hath a grave and faithful Wife, or has former ly had fuch a one; whether he hath educated his Coundren piously, and has brought Eph. vi. 4. them up in the Nurture and Ad monition of the Lord; whether his Domesticks do fear and reverence him, and are all obedient to him; for ifthofen who are immediately about him for worldly Concerns are feditious and difobedient,
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Let Examination alfo be III. made whether he be unblame able as to the Concerns of this Life. For it is written, Search diligently for all the Levit. xxi, Faults of him who is to be ore 17, &c. dain'd for the Priesthood. On pag. ** which account let him alfo 215 be void of Anger; for Wif dom fays, Anger deftroys even Prov. xv. 3 Lowa xv Q, abavau the Prudent. Let him alfo, 1. lxx. σQ, ayamkuós ök be merciful, of a generous nerR Ev - and loving Temper. For our TW JUWOONTOY TÁVTs, Lord fays, By this fhall all Joh. x111. ὅτι ἐμοὶ μαθηταί ἐς, Men knew that ye are my Difciἐὰν ἀγαπᾶτε αλλήλες. ples if ye love one another. "Esw @ L'μerado, Let him be also ready to give, φιλόχωρο, φιλόξενος, a Lover of the Widow and VAPETIxos, novos, the Stranger, ready to ferve, Donval, detaique and minifter, and attend. TO, eidoos & Mor Refolute in his Duty; and ὄντα ἄξιον υπολήψεως, let him know who is the most worthy of his Affift
Family, when they are under
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For if there be a Widow, IV. who is able to fupport herfelt,and another Woman who is not a Widow, but is needy
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the bringing up many Children, or Infirmity of her Hands, let him ftretch out his Hand in Charity, rather to this latter. But if any one be in Want by Gluttony, Drunkenness, or Idlenefs, he does not deferve any Affinis stance, or to be efteem'd a ai Member of the Church of μω ἐκκλησίας Θεό. God For the Scripture, Ad & Hexon was fpeaking of fuch Perfons, Tv Qax, ok Prove xix fays, The Slothful bideth his uputas invest yea Hand in his Bofom, and is not are two able to bring it to his Mouth διμήσεται Eeclef again, And again, The Slug- audu eis gard folds up his Hands, and Kay eats his own Flesh. For every weeαČEV TUS Xãеяs Drunkard and Whoremonger auto, y gaye Tais ripShall come to Poverty, and eve- ng WTH. Has 28 γδ ry dronfie Perfon shall be cloa μedua, & Toprong thed with Tatters and Rags. O, maydos, Car. And in another Pallage, If δώσεται 2 διερρωγό του LXX. thou give thine Eyes to Drink- 3 panwan" mas ra ing and Cups, thou shalt after- dns. Kai or amois. wards walk more naked than the Ἐὰν ἢ εἰς τὰς φιάλας Houfetop: For certainly Idle-A MOTHER DES TYS nefs is the Mother of Famine. opaμES σd, USECO προπάτησε γυμνότερθρο. Ως ἀληθῶς γδ μήτηρ 4 ἐςιν η αργία δ λιμε.
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A Bifhop must be no Ac
Ἔξω ; ὁ ἐπίσκοπο a weGrin, μTE cepter of Perlons; he muft not fear any, nor bafely flatter a rich Man, neither overlook nor domineer over a poor Man, For, fays God to Mofes, Thou shalt not accept Levic.xix. the Perfon of the Rich, nor fhalt 15. thou pity a poor Man in his Cause: For the Judgment is the Lord's. And again, Thou Deut. i.17 shalt with exact Justice follom XVI. 20. that which is right. Let a Bilhop be frugal, and contented with a little in his Meat and Drink, that he may be ever in a fober Frame, and difpos'd to intruct and admonish the Ignorant; and let him not be costly in his Diet, a Pamperer of himself, given to Pleasure, or fond of Delicacies. Let him be patient and gentle in, his Admonitions, well intructed himself, meditating in, and *** Pag, diligently studying the Lord's Books, and reading them frequently, that fo he may be able carefully to interpret the Scriptures, expounding
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