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Lord fays, if you walk cross- Lev. xxvid
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and with the Froward thou wilt be froward Walk therefore holily, that you may rather appear worthy of Fraife from the Lord, than of Complaint from the Adversary
Be ye of one Mind, O XLIV, ye Bithops, one with another, and be at Peace w th one another : ympathize with one another; love the Brethren, and feed the People with Care; with one Confent teach thofe that are under you to be of the fame
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Eph. iv. 4.
Sentiments, and to be of theò wei des aurav Sofame Opinions about the fame 1 Cor. i. Matters, That there may be no Schifms among you; that ye may be one Body, and one Spirit, perfectly join'd together in the fame Mind, and in the fame Judgment, according to the Appointment of the Lord. And let the Deacon refer all things to the Bishop, as Chrift does to his Father. But let him order fuch things as he is able by himself, receiving Power from the Bishop, as the Lord did from his Father the Power of Creation and of Providence. But the weighty Matters let the Bifhop judge: But let the Dea-s con be the Bishop's Ear, and Eye, and Mouth, and Heart, and Soul, that the Bishop may not be diftracted with many Cares, but with fuch only as are more confiderable: As Jethro did appoint for Mofes, and his Couniel was receiv'd.
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'TIS therefore a brave En XLV.
comium for a Christian
I Cor. vi
to have no Contest with a-1, &c. ny one: But if by any Mačrepyrías nagement or Temptation a πέρασμος Ἐπισυμβῇ Conteft arifes with any one, και πρᾶγμα, πειδαν let him endeavour that it LÉTW anÚeway air, nav den Bra Clusale, È un Epreadw 6m next ριον ἐθνικόν. ἀλλὰ μίω Min 5 avereade no nes apports · ὑμετέρων δικάζειν. UMETERY Sing Car. 8 AUTWV & Yacon δ αὐτῶν Κάβολα "EA Idol's rois Pens Des, Covers & πεγείρᾳ, ὡς μὴ ἐχόντων ἡμῶν ἕνα Cοφὸν ἢ δυjáμsvov μeraži Bea • Cobory to Singlov, Ts duronggias Hanozy.
may be compos'd, though
lievers as Witneffes against eis" preiar your feives, nor be judged deaDE T'AS ATTICUS, by them ; not owe them any thing on account of TriMat.xxii. bute or Fear; but, Rend r to Cæfar the things that are Calar's, and unto God the things that are God's, as Tribute, Taxes, or Poll Money; xvii. as our Lord by giving a 24, G. Piece of Money was freed from Disturbance. Choose therefore rather to fuffer Harm, and to endeavour af ter those things that make for Peace, not only among the Brethren, but alio among the Unbelievers. For by fuffering Lols in the Affairs of this Life thou wilt be fure not to tuffer in the Concerns of Piety, and wilt live religioully, and according to the Command of Chrift. But if brethren have Law-Suits one with another, which God forbid, you who are the Rulers ought thence to learn that fuch as thefe do not do the Work of the Lord, but rather of publick Ene
as exo, o un VOLT, AUTODER VOGY ὀφείλετε οἱ προηγές μίμοι, ὅτι οἱ τοιᾶτος adenowy in xy
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mies; and one of the Par
πιθ. Επιεικής, φωτίς ties will be found to be mild,
gentle, and the Child of Light; but the other unmerciful, infolent, and covetous. He therefore who is con demn'd, let him be punish'd, let him be feparated, let him undergo the Punifhment of
2μs & Teaqua- his Harred to his Brother.
· αὐτὸν. V.
Afterward, when he repents, let him be received, and lo when they have learnd Prudence, they will cafe your Judicatures. 'Tis alfo a Duty to forgive each other's Trefpaffes; not the Duty of thofe that judge, bnt of thofe that have Quarrels. As the Lord determin'd when I Peter ask'd him, How oft fhall Matt. my Brother fin againt me, and I forgive him? Till Seven times? He reply'd, I say not unto thee, Until Seven times, but until Seventy times Seven. For fo would our Lord have us to be truly his Difciples, and never to have any thing a gainst any body; as for Inftance, Anger without mea