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nada's yoreanor, mis are far off, whom the Lord
fore all things, 'tis our Duty to be at Peace in our own Minds; for he that does not find any Diforder in himtelf, will not quarrel with another, but will be peaceable, friendly, gathering the Lord's People, and a Fellow-worker with him, in order to the increaring the Number of thofe that fhall be faved in Una
αὐτῇ gonimity. For those who con-
and Contefts, and Law-Suits,
are wicked, and Aliens from
προὶ καὶ τῷ Θεῷ ἀλλότριοι τυγχάνεσιν,
· ἐλθων ἐυη]γελίσατε εἰρήνην ὑμῖνν, ἢ πολλῷ V.ν. * προπύγεται τη θεῷ τὴν τῇ λαὶ εἰρήνην. V. 4 πολλῶ.V. 5 defunt. V. 6 γινόμει Θ. V.
SEC T. XXVII.
LV FOR God, being a God of
deseous auro I Gua
after his Paffion by us, the i
For this is that which our LVI, Lord taught us when we pray to lay to his Father,
Matt. vi. Thy will be done, as in Hea- ru mare aur Ternven, Jo upon Earth. That as DEA the Heavenly Natures of the w's or Bears & 7 & incorporeal Powers do all s OT ws ai2 όπως ἐπι glorify God with one Con- ῥάνιοι φύσις της αστρ fent, so alfo upon Earth all
Tv Suvaμear TMen with one Mouth and oy" Dota (vor & DεOV one Purpofe may glorifie the συμφώνως, ἔτω ᾧ ἐπὶ Only, the One, and the True's Toutes of ärbewGod, by Chrift, his only Begotten. 'Tis therefore his Will that Men hould praife him with Unanimity, and a dore him with one Confent. For this is his Will in Chrift, that those who are fav'd by him may be many; but that you do not occafion any Lofs or Diminution to him, nor αὐτοῦ Ἐξι θέλημα ἐν to the Church, or leffen the Xerw, momus avoy Number by one Soul of Man, τές Cωζομύειε ἐν αὐ as destroy'd by you, which, a un nive might have been fav'd by Re- autor, unde +ETTOpentance; and which therefore perishes not only by its own Sin, but also by your Treachery befides, whereby you fulfil that which is written, Matt. xii. He that gathereth not with me, Añvou dia popolas a(cattereth. Such an one is awe ji μývov ¿§ Difperfer of the Sheep, an idias opons, an' on
· τετέςιν. ν. * ἀστών τοι δυνάμεις πᾶσαι ἐν ἐρανῷ. v. πασῶν. V. 3 defunt. v. 4 ἐκα]τῶν. Τα
y it iμericas 676 Adverlary, an Enemy of God, λῆς· ἐπληρώσατε δ ANS CENT a Deftroyer of those Lambs, gezeaμphor. On whofe Shepherd was the cuvayur per que, onop- Lord, and we were the ColTilf. TOSTO ÿv, lectors out of various Na¬ σκορπιζής, προβάτων tions and Tongues, by much artíðin, DES - Pains and Danger, and perDe's, Ths apriwr co-petual Labour, by Watchpols', wy o nieros - ings, by Faftings, by Lyings μlu ape. 2μas on the Ground, by Perfecus ouvaga!" in Sapo- tions, by Stripes, by Impriwr y gwawr, fonments, that we might do the Will of God, and fill the Feast-Chamber with Guefts to fit down at his Tíaus, Janovicus, daf- Table, that is the Holy and Mois, mangais, quae Catholick Church with joynais, iva 48 Dennug ful and chofen "People, fing
DE MONOOJUS", ing Hymns and Praises to πληρώσωμου τρίκλι. God that has called them by νον' π ἀνακειμλύων, us to Life. And you, as Tuns 7 iɛear no much as in you lies, have Zinnv čunamorar, difpers'd them. Do you Pearson, Dfs nnTwr, & ajariwuw, vμvertar & dožα Cóv των ἣ καλέσονται αὐ. Tus di nuwv eis (why, Deóv. vμes or dip vμir diconopioan. ὑμῖν διεσκορπήσατε.
fo of the Laity be at Peace with one another, endeavouring, like wife Men, to increafe the Church, and to turn back, and tame, and restore those which feem wild. For this is the greatest Re
vues of haingi. - ward by his Promise from
κι ἄξιν ν. * ὑμεῖς ἐν συνάγειν ὀφείλοντας τὰς v. s v. V. defunt. V. 5 οἶχον. v. V.