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HEN any •Q Guoftian becomes an pifús XerOrphan, whether Γιανᾶ, ἤτοι it be a young Man, maidos, in dive, na or a Maid, it is good that τὸν μ, ἵνα τις π . fome one of the Brethren, δελφῶν, οὐκ ἔχων τέκ- who is without a Child, VON @gon Coμ fhould take the young Man, τέτο, ἔχῃ εἰς παιδός and efteem him in the Place TOTOV Jrov, of a Son: and he that has a ὁ ἔχων τον διάμμον Son about the fame Age, ἑὐτῷ ὁ γάμε ὥρᾳις and that is marriageable, Curxpoñory, Cusden fhould marry the Maid to TOTO OF WOLVES. him; for they which do fo, ἔργον μέγα ἐπιτελέσιν, perform a great Work, and ὀρφομῶν πατέρες ὑπάρ- become Fathers to the Or
phans, and shall receive the Eaves, & why I wReward of this Charity from ei"TE DES Amforay the Lord God: But if any + μιπὸν ἣ διακονίας one that walks in the way ταύτης. εἰ δέ τις καὶ of Man-pleafing is rich, and wasionaar wer therefore is alham'd of Or- πατῶν, ἐπαισεύοιτο, phans, the Father of Orphans, mén ŵr, Topand Judge of Widows will φονίας μέλη το μυ make Provifion for the Or- ὀρφομε πρόνοιαν ποιή. phans. But himfelf fhall σεται ὁ πατὴρ της όρο have fuch an Heir as will fpend what he has fpar'd: and it fhall happen to him a deeft. according as it is faid, αὐτῇ
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μss, Vith epov, a ficer, Work; to the Unable, deare éne, Cévois Commiferation; to the Stransey, Tarwar Twyr, gers an House; to the Hun·SITNO TOTOV, Juu- gry Food; to the Thirsty vous dupa, voor Drink; to the Naked Cloaνοῖς ἔνδυμα, - Disu, quagnirais Bon- thing; to the Sick VisitatiDEIGH". wegs TÝTOIs on; to the Prisoners AffiftThewv vμuv <w Peor- ance. Befides thefe, have a Tis wei I år oppdwig, greater Care of the Orphans, ὅπως αὐτοῖς μηδὲν ἐν- that nothing may be wanting Idén in û dir, to them; and that as to the μέχρις δ ̓ ἔλθῃ εἰς - Maiden, till the arrives at car gaμs, è inder the Age of Marriage, and αὐτὴν ἀδελφῷ· τῷ 5 ye give her in Marriage to παιδὶ χορηγίαν, προς Tandi gepnyiar, wes a Brother: to the young Man 8ý ples in padav, Affiftance, that he may learn C διατρέφεις ἐκ τ' ἐπι- a Trade, and may be mainxenyias iv oroju - tain'd by the Advantage aEws Triple ngTop- rifing from it; that fo when Twon, ♂ Tlwing he is dexterous in the Maδιώκται δε το τ' τέχνης nagement of it, he may thereεργαλεία ἑαυτῷ τρία- by be enabled to buy himπς, όπως μηκέτι βα- felf the Tools of his Trade, guin 3 Tiva rfs aden- that fo he may no longer φῶν, δ ̓υπόκριτον εἰς burden any of the Brethren, αὐτὸν ἀγάπην, ἀλλ ̓ or their fincere Love to him, Sorry ingann. S but may support himself: for ἀληθῶς μακάριος e certainly he is a happy Man 514, os de Suap who is able to fupport himβοηθεῖν ἑαυτῷ, μὴ θλί- felf, and does not take up the by ToTTov opspare, Eve Place of the Orphan, the τι καὶ χήσεις. Stranger, and the Widow:
· τοῖς ἐν φυλακῇ ἐπίσκεψιν. ν. ἐ παρέχεθζ. V. 3 τω. v. al.
Since even the Lord faid,
III. Act xx. 35.
Ἐπεὶ καὶ ὁ κύριο The Giver was happier than Μακάριον είπε εἶναι the Receiver; for it is again dorty, STEP + zak διδόντα, ἤπερ λαμ· deeft, faid by Him, Wo to thole that Cávovтa 28 Apr ***Pag. Have and Receive in Hypo- *** ** πάλιν ύπ' αὐτῷ crifie, or, who are able to fup- vai rois éxsav, è åv port themselves, yet will re- woners zaμbárov, ceive of others: For both of Sapyjois Bonder them fhall give an Account to saurois, È aœμbávar the Lord God in the Day of Tier Boujous Judgment. But an Orphan, ip 28 Todos 0 Σποδώσ who, by reafon of his Youth, 220v weiw my Dew or he that by the Feebienefs ἐν ἡμέρᾳ κρίσεως. of old Age, or the Incidence of ⇄ γδ δ ̓ ἡλικίδ ὀρφα· a Disease, or the Bringing-up of vías, n grews druviav, manyChildren,receives Alms, voos we jo war, * fuch an one fhall not only πολυτροφίαν not be blam'd, but shall be ubarwy, 8 TOITR commended: For he shall gray & μeμg Dhort, μενον 8 μεμφθήσεται, be esteem'd an Altar to God, a Ċ ÉTALIVE IN OETY and be honour’d by God, θυσιαςήριον ηδ' τῷ Θεῷ because of his zealous and λελογισμού ὑπὸ conftant Prayers for those S TUNDMOE): do that give to him; not re πως παρτίδιδόντων ceiving idly, but to the ut- airy silwers weytermost of his Power recom- adufu con ap pencing what is given him subárov. Dnia by his Prayer. Such an one 2 δόσεως αὐτῇ, ὅτι therefore fhall be bleffed by δικαμις, * μιπὸν δι' God in Eternal Life. But he a ↑ woody's® 24 that Hath and Receives in τοῦῦτα ἐν ἐν τῇ
* λελογισμένον. V. ? ὑπὲρ. v.