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thou fee that I am in more iμéu qeray tỷ diangDiftrefs and Want of thy νησαμένη, λέγεσα· σύνο Charity? Why therefore haft is on inú Cai μanthou preferr❜d her before me? Xor'' încivlericoShe fays thefe things foolith- μύη; ὅτι ἦν περετίly, not underftanding that μησας ἐκείνῳ ἐμῶ; τοῦ this does not depend on the 7a 5 λέγς ἄφρων ὑπάρ Will of Man, but the Ap xua, & vouou o con ૪ νοῦσα ότι τον pointment of God. For if ἀνθρώπε τῦτο θέλημα The is herself a Witness that gover, äna Oes πshe was nearer, and upon En- say, i no postupa ταγμα. εἰ η quiry was in greater Want, auT OT! Juπiew Uand more naked than the o- πῆρχε, ᾧ ἐν πλοίον ther, he ought to under- cea intalεto. ftand who it is that made or avon journ this Constitution, and to hold cném, ogenj voerET her Peace, and not to murmur diatasάujuar, & ȧnoat the Deaconefs who diftri- σιγήσασα, ἃ μὴ μεμο buted the Charity, but to en- ψαμύη * διακονήσαter into her own Houfe, and od tea as ofto caft herself proftrate on novœUTñs, è 6 weiher Face to make Supplica WA SAUTI BαATσ¤, tion to God, that her Sin inclotory & Deov açemay be forgiven her For va aUTH ☎ TANKGod commanded the Dea- uinua. Ed's oneconess, who brought the TO TY & Mison Charity, not to proclaim the un rearwder & dfame, and this Widow mur. wilde quéμqemurd, becaufe fe did not το ὅτι μὴ ἐκήρυξεν αὐτο publish her Name, that fos" 8 oroug, ira y the might know it, and run αὐτὸ μαθῶσα δράμη
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eis racer to receive; nay, did not onMéxov Eμéμqen, dadly murmur, but alfo curs d
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cursed. But the Lord fays,
exufué's Cε neng mea- When ye enter into an House Luk. x s. fay, Peace be to this Houfe ; Matt.x.13 and if the Son of Peace be there, your Peace hall reft up
oinw TÉTW' è pĥon it: But if it be not wor
thy, your Peace shall return
pluun ὑμῶν ἐπαναπαύ- το you.
έτο αὐτόν ενώ
If therefore Peace returns XV. starts upon thofe that fent it, nay, Heves, mincnspect upon thofe that before had EM TYS Teanna Wes actually given it, becaufe it avan, i☎ nd did not find Perfons fit to per acies Quтns ghus receive it, much rather will Hamorn valea 6-a Curte return upon the spilt as we are Head of him that unjuftly Nadines αUTHY in fent it, becaufe he to whom rave, as son dive it was fent was not worthy to Our aber auvreceive it: For all thofe who soneve weg's or mép a abuse others without a Cause Jonesian. was yo o cutie themfelves, as Solomon Hold becor, suurtor ae), fays, As Birds and Sparrows Prov.xxvi. nada onar o Long-fly away, for the Curse cause-2.
lefs 'fhall not come upon any μών. Ωσσερ ὄρνεσ one. And again he fays, 18. Those that bring Reproaches are exceeding foolish. But as the Bee, a Creature as to its Strength feeble, if the ftings any one, lofes her Sting, and becomes a Drone: In the fame manner you alfo, whatfoever Injuftice you do to others, will bring it upon Pfal.vii. 16 your selves. He hath graven and digged a Pit, and he shall fall into the fame Ditch that Prov.xxvi he has made. And again, He that diggeth a Pit for his Neighbour Jhall fall into it. Wherefore he that avoids Curfe, let him not curfe aTob.iv.16 nother; For, What thou ha teft hould be done to thee, do not thou to another. Wherefore admonish the Widows that are feeble-minded, ftrengthen those of them that are weak, and praife fuch of them as
walk in Holiness. Let them‚édé ämç'où moinrather bless, and not calumniate. Let them make Peace, 287. and not ftir up Contention. Let not therefore either a
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Xus, iquemulate Tas Bishop, or a Presbyter, or a ἀσθενέσας, ἐπαινείτε τοὺς Deacon, or any one els of the Sacerdotal Catalogue, defile his Tongue with Calumny, left he inherit a Curfe inftead of a Bleffing; and let it alfo be the Bilops τε ἦν Ἐπίσκοπο, μήτε Bufinefs and Care, that no πРεσCÚπρ, μÝπ - Lay-Perfon utter any Curse: 29vQ, μηTE аMks For he ought to take care in Faradijs of the Clergy, of the Viriseanna deiggins, of the Widows, of the γλῶσσαν μολυέτω, ἵνα Laity; for which Reafon, Ο jen avti drogias ng Bishop, do thou ordain thy ráear uneoroμunon Fellow-workers, the Labouἔσω ϋ απεδή ¢ ὄλιμέ rers for Life and for Righte XEX TYS CMONÓTTY, - oufnefs, fuch Deacons as are όπως μηδὲ λαϊκὸς κατά pleating to God, fuch whom esν εκφέρῃ τὶ πολύ- thou proveft to be worthy των γδ αὐτῷ μέλλων among all the People, and ὀφείλο, πεὶ κληρικῶν, fuch as fhall be ready for weis dévor, wein the Neceffities of their Miτῶν, καὶ λαϊκῶν. ad niftration. Ordain also a πᾶτο, ὦ Ὀλάσκοπες τές Deaconefs who is faithful OUVERTES OF T (wns and holy, for the Miniftra* Sinanovons épras, tions towards Women. For diangves dapéus e fometimes he cannot fend a Texel, is CH - Deacon, who is a Man, to THS TO 208 Soxing as the Women, on account of evar ážíus, è eis Tas Unbelievers. Thou shalt thereΣ Sanovias geias - fore fend a Woman, a DeaOKUNTYS. Wexde conefs, on account of the 1magi
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Imaginations of the Bad. For we ftand in need of a Woman, a Deaconess, for ma-yan ny Occafions; and first in the Baptifm of Women, the Deacon fhall anoint their Forehead with the holy Oil, and after him the Deaconefs fhall anoint them: For there is no Neceffity that the Women fhould be seen by the Men; but only in the Laying on of Hands the Bilhop hall anoint her Head, as the Priefts and Kings were formerly anointed, not because thofé which are now Bap tiz'd are ordain'd Priests, but ** Pag. as being Chriftians, or Anointed, from Chrift the A1 Pet. ii.9. nointed, A Royal Priesthood, 1 Tim. ii. and an holy Nation, the Chu ch of God, the Pillar and Ground of the Marriage-Chamber, who formerly were not a People, but now are beloved and chofen, upon whom is cal. led his new Name, as I faiah the Prophet witneffes, Ifa. Ix. 2. faying, And they shall call the
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