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mies; and one of the Parties 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 aus Tegraμba- his Hatred to his Brother. NEWW 2 STW Green Afterward, when he repents, ζόμγυοι, Επικεφίσωσιν let him be received, and fo ὑμῖν το κριτήρια χρr when they have learn'd Pru5 & out yapan Tai is dence, they will cafe your ńλsaðinnμaтa Judicatures. 'Tis alfo a Duτός κρίνοι τας, ἀλλὰ τὰς ty to forgive each others ἔχρι τας ἑαυτές, και Tas as cαUTÉS. Trefpaffes; not the Duty of Tw1 i nier I άπεp thofe that judge, bnt of those να το ἐμῶ Πέτρε ἐρωτή- that have Quarrels, As the αλυση αὐτόν. Ποσάκις Lord determin’d when | Pe außτnot as eμè à a ter ask'd him, How oft fhall Matt. ἁμαρτήση δελφός με. $ αφήσω my Brother fin againt me, αὐτῷς airys ews imanis; and I forgive him? Till Seven times? He reply'd, I say not ungo Co, Ews & Faxis, to thee, Until Seven times, but news downng- until Seventy times Seven. For τις ἑπτά Οὕτως γδ fo would our Lord have us θελε ὁ κύριο ἀληθῶς to be truly his Difciples, and εἶναι αὐτῷ μαθητάς, è never to have any thing a under exer XT unde- gainit any body; as for InTOT, olor oрy ftance, Anger without mea


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XLVII. LET your Judicatures be on the second Day of the Week, that if any Controverfie arife about your Sentence, having an Interval rill the Sabbath, you may be able to fet the Controverfie right, and to reduce thofe to Peace who have the Contefts one with another againft the Lords Day. Let alfo the Deacons and Presbyters be prefent at your Judicatures, to judge without Acceptance of Perfons, as Men of God, with Righteousness.

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