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Pag. from Sickness, has preferv'd eas 28 éppúσaro, *** us from an evil Tongue. ¢ ἐκ λιμὲ ἐξάλατα For all which things do we διαπρέψας, ἐκ νόσε ἰαgive Thee Thanks through Chrift, who haft given us an Articulate Voice to confefs withal, and added to it a fuitable Tongue, as an Inftrument to modulate withal, and a proper Tafte, and a fuitable Touch, and a Sight for Contemplation, and the hearing of Sounds, and the fmelling of Vapors, and Hands for Work, and Feet for Walking; and all these Members doft thou form from a little Drop in the Womb; and after the Formation doft thou bestow on it an Immortal Soul, and produceft it into the Light, as a rational Creature. Thou haft inftructed Man by thy Laws, improv'd him by thy Statutes, and when thou bringeft on a Diffolution for a while, thou haft promifed a Refurrection. Where fore what Life is fufficient? What Length of Ages will
gav ¿qaíspuwas πρὸς ὀλίγον ἐπάγων διάλυσιν, * ἀνάςασιν ἐπηδείλιο, ποίοε τοι
defunt. V. fed extant in marg, is. V. 3 Dawndaas. V..
γαρ αὐτάρκης βίος, be long enough for Men to αἰώνων ἢ μῆκε πόσον be thankful : To do it worLa prédávámoss Tes thily 'tis impoffible, but to Diggersian; do it according to our Abiπρὸς ἀξίδυ ἀδιύατον, lity is juft and right; for 35x Suvapur days. thou haft deliver'd us from ἐῤῥύσω ηδ' ἀσεβείας που the Impiety of Polytheifm, λυθίων, καὶ χριςοκτό- and from the Herefie of the νων αἱρέσεως ἐξελω, Murderers of Chrift; thou
πεπλανημθύης ἀγνοίας haft deliver'd us from Error
and Ignorance ; thou haft fent Christ among Men, as a Man, being the Only Begotten God; thou haft made the Comforter το inhabit among us; thou haft fer Angels over us; thou haft pur the Devil to Shame; thou haft brought us into Being when we were not; thou takest care of us when made; thou meafureft out Life to us; thou affordest us Food; thou haft promised Repentance. Glory and Worship be to Thee for all thefe things, through Jesus Christ, now and ever, and thro' all Ages. Amen. Meditate on these things, Brethren, and the Lord be with you
2 μATà Xerox d'ual dyir. V. : defunt; V.
upon Earth, and in the King, 24 μas de dom of his Father, who aute ind Deewodu 70
Rom. viii. both fent Him, and has deliver'd us by Him from the Bondage of Corruption into His glorious Liberty; and has promifed Life to thofe who through Him have believ’din the God of the whole World..
on & Sundas & leas es I end decian f Sons, è (www' èwatnaujus bis di duTÊ πεδύσασιν εἰς του των ὅλων Θεόν.
NOW after what manner Ὅπως μὲ ἐν ὀφείλεσι
those ought to live that are Initiated into Chrift, and what Thanksgivings they ought to fend up to God through Chrift, has been faid in the foregoing Directions: But tis realonable not to leave even thoße who are not yet
Initiated without Affiftance.
He therefore who is to be Catechiz'd in the Word of Piety, let him be inftructed before his Baptifm in the Knowledge of the Unbegoti To aunty ten God, in the Understand-wow, I wei ypging of his only Begotten Son, vous Exigit, T in the affured Acknowledge dyis moμament of the Holy Ghoft. τος πληροφορίαν. μαν Let him learn the Order of 9α έτω δημιυργίας δια the feveral Parts of the Crcation, the Series of Provi
φόρα τάξιν, προϊδίας pugr, rong decías dia
Ningunothera Tau- dence, the different DifpenWow HAT! No fations of thy Laws: Let Love, dio ngom him be inftructed why the nions o dibean - World was made, and why τίτη. πιγινωσκέτω * Man was appointed to be a
EQUTS QUO, Qians Citizen therein; let him al-
his own Nature, of
what fort it is; let him be
TYS EnJoves durê, Pofterity, and Melchifedeck,
È Xares, & Dives the Prieft, and thofe that
deeft, V. vázor. V.
himself to Baptifm learn thefe Saváre aioris eis (whe and the like things in his αἴδιον. ταῦτα & τα Catechizing and let him remis dénuda parwho lays his Hands upon him adore God, the Lord of the whole World, and thank Him for his Creation, for his fending Chrift, his **Pag only begotten Son, that He
379. might fave Man, by blot-qualR oτingπting out his Tranfgreffions, and that He might remit Ungodlinefs, and Sins, and might purifie him from all
2 Cor.vii. Filthiness of Flesh and Spi it,
you are groen Xesor, ira own & ar Dew my, ε§ασωωση άνθρωπον, ἐξαλendas ras avoμías e iva aon tas darbéas
- and fanctifie Man accordings apptias, & na-
aushon. V. 2. v. › ois v.