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Free-will Offerings, that fons Oπws Cú ó Csár thou that knoweft thole μαντές θλιβομλίες, tha: are in Affliction, ἀκριβῶς ὡς ἀγαθὸς οἶ mayeft, as a good . Ste- κονόμα μερίζης αὐτ ward, give them their Pors in To dongl. å tion of the Gift. For God 8 Ded's givwond & deknows the Giver, though dangra, nav amirle thou distributeft it to thofe airê, van of Tois deoin Want when he is abfent: vols μɛeinray z os And he has the Reward of and I wollas Well-doing, but thou the ador, Cu + dij I Bleffednets of a confcionable σωειδήτε οικονομίας Difpenfation of it. But do awesoμóv. dégo j thiou tell them who was the αὐτοῖς, & τίς ' ὁ δέδω Giver, that they may pray for as, iva e óróμg è ὀνόματα him by Name: For 'tis our y aur megadi. Duty to do Good to all . xph 28 of WaLev Men, not fondly preferring des diberes, un one or another, whoever els TETOV, they be. For the Lord fays, ks 2", 3., čněván. Fak. vi.30 Give to every one that asketh neros ona' [de of thee: 'Tis evident that 'tis Tyl aiTEUTI ŒE dide meant of every one that is or ÿ Ws TWS XPÁČOVT really in want, whether he andar, na ir be Friend or Foe, whether ĥ nav ixbeds, nar he be a Kinfman or a Stran. Cujung naranager, whether he be fingle e, nav azaμ or married. For in all the xav goaunnas Scripture the Lord gives us n. moon go yeaExhortations about the Nee-on • ner & wei os dy, faying, firft by Ifaiah, mevnawr Daire, hé
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Deal thy Bread to the Hun-la. Ivii. 7.
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of Mercy and of Faith Ini-
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Poor and Needy, the Lord shall ** Pag. Air Red Mange deliver him in the evil Day. 277λιν λέγ' • CUVINTE Hugev, And again, He hath difperfed cxi. 9. * TérTa v žμépa abroad, he hath given to the καὶ πένητα ἐν ἡμέρᾳ πονηρῷ ῥύσεται αὐτὸν ὁ ne è mani, 'Eonipmaey, edwne rois me now, i ding wooown as To used as I ajava: è Zadougou now "O •λear war nei", dave to dong δανείζει χαι ϋ τὸ δόμο
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not hear him that is in Want, aur, race
εισακούσαι δ' δεομιλίες,
LET every Widow be meek,
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TISEWS, y Singtoσums,
Doctrines of Godliness to the
Tegmus noλ vớés Távas, God. But of the remain-
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fore Swine, left they trample
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We do not permit our Corxiv, Women to teach in the Church, 34. but only to pray, and hear those that teach For our Maftcr and Lord, Jefus Chrift himself, when, he fent us the Twelve to make Difciples of the People, and of the Nations, did no where fend out Women to preach, ibon, juicings & γυναίκες although he did not want dags gamegener és fuch: For there were with unpyng, ngin! CON us the Mother of our Lord mean Culi and his Sifters; alfo Mary îv йre μump to x00 μῖν ἥτε μήτηρ τε τους Magdalen, and Mary the Mo-es, * ai adeλqai ** ther of James, and Martha
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