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ν αἰῶνα, μηδὲ τὰς πα- the Praifes which come fromi ρὰ ἀνθρώπων ἐπαίνες, Men, nor the Glory and μnds 7 ITS аpport Honour of Rulers, accorddosav ny kulu, ging as fome of the Jews wonDawes Hy TIVESS der'd at the mighty Works Isdaiwv, Javná loves of our Lord, yet did not To meis Tas ar spyras, believe on him, for fear of ἐκ ολίτομον εἰς αὐτόν, the High-Priefits and the reft Jobw TW wegs Tus ap of the Rulers. For they loved πρὸς τὸς NEPERS. HEY THE 20Tres the Praife of Men more than τῆς ἀρχόντων Ἡγάπη- the Prαίζ of God. But now op 25 I do Ear T by confeffing a good Conεὐθρώπων μᾶλλον ἤπερ felfion, we not only fave our I do av To Des. O felves, but we confirm those * δόξαν τῷ Θεῷ. Prodes who are newly illuminated, μολογησιωτες λώς ὁμολογίαν, ὦ μόνον and firengthen rhe Faith of ἑαυτὸς (ώζομεν αλλα the Catechumens. ὼ τὸς νεοφωτίςus βε- we remit any part of our Carpfe, & res nams Confeflion, and deny Godliμένος πις οποιέμεθα, εἰ nefs by the Faintnefs of our DOWNE TI & ouo- Perfwafion, and the Fear of λογίας, ἐξαρνησάμενοι a very (hort Punifhment, we πω ευσέβειαν 2α γνώ not only deprive our felves Mens Zavróma, no pó- of everlafting Glory, but we Cor Bear Cams Tug fhall alfo become the Caufes elas, & μgrov &ates of the Perdition of others; αποσερῶμεν ἡ αἰωνία δό- and fall fuffer double Pu nifhment, as affording Sufpicion, by our Denial, that that Truth which we glo πλοτέραν" ποίσομεν ryd in fo much before is an
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erroneous Doctrine. Where Tia", is antics fore neither let us be rafhopTES" Ya & apand halty to thruft our νήσεως, πλάνης διδα felves into Dangers, for the Mat.xxvi. Lord fays, Pray that ye fall not into Temptation; the Spirit indeed is willing, but the Flesh is weak: Nor let us, when we do fall into Dangers, be fearful or allamd of our 3 ἐμπεσεῖν εἰς πειρασ Profeffion. For if a Perfon, pov
docα Confules &δοξαζομθύτων λήθεια. διὸ μήτε τρόxae wμer i pitoκίνδυνοι λέγς γδ' ὁ κύHedgedε, un
μ meving meσαρξ απε unde μli EμTTE. σόντες, δειλίᾳ καταιχτωμεν ἢ ὁμολογίαν· 5 apun Cuevos les caur en wida, os 'Inous o & ex yos, Χπολυθῇ ᾧ προσκαίρε uváтs, averov di κλίνης νόσῳ περιπέσῃ ὀξυτάτῃ, κοιλίας, ἢ 50 as, nepas, τιν, πάθη τῷ ἀνιάτων, omews, gayeairns, Σποτάσεως, ἢ ἰλεῦ, ὑδέρο, ἢ κόλε, ταχεί. αν ποιήσηται * κατά reply, && (li iwe
by the Denial of his own Jugu, i cap daεHope, which is Jefus, the Son of God, fhould be deliver'd from a Temporary Death, and the next Day fhould fall dangeroufly fick upon his Bed, with a Diftemper in his Bowels, his Stomach, or his Head, or any of the incurable Difeafes, as a Confumption, or Gangrené, or Loofenefs, or Iliack Paffion, or Dropfic, or Cholick, and has a fudden Cataftro phe, and departs this Life; is not hc depriv'd of the things prefent, and lofes those eternal? Or rather he is within the Verge of eternal Punith-, &xi è rfs cvalt viii. mont, and goes into outer ταῦθα ἐσερήθη, &
alwriwy EnTwxe, Darkness, where is Weeping
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and Gnashing of Teeth. But
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he be but a Catechumen, let him depart without Trouble; for his Suffering for Chrift will be to him a more genuine Baptifm, because he does really die with Christ, but the reft only in a Figure. Let him therefore rejoice in the Imitation of his Master, Since is it thus ordain'd, Let Luk.vi 4 every one be perfect; as his Matter is. Now his and our Mafter Jefus the Lord, was fmitten for our fake, he unκομλύθη έστω τοῖς, ὡς derwent Reproaches and Re. • Diddianad Q curvilings with Long-fuffering. ϋ διδάσκαλΘ. diddionandur He was fpit upon, he was "nuar Inous nú fmitten on the Face, he was eQ di ñμãs 2èmany, buffeted; and when he had βλασφημίας" υπέμφνε been fcourged, he was nail’d sy overdiques Maned to the Cross; He had VineMais, Eventún, čno- gar and Gall to drink, and
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things that were written, He laid to his God and FaLuk.xxiii. ther, Into thy Hands I commend my Spirit. Wherefore let him that defires to be
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his Disciple earnestly follow arei Eis xaea's of his Conflicts: Let him imi-Slip among tate his Patience knowing μs. Διὸ ὁ δύχόμε that although he be burned in the Fire by Men, he will Dan. iii. fuffer nothing, like the Three Children; or if he does fuf fer any thing, he fhall receive a Reward from the Lord, believing in the One and the Only True God and Father, through Jefus Chrift, the great High-Prieft, and Redeenier of our Souls, and Rewarder of our Sufferings. Το whom be Gloıy for ever.
Q incive Madrons &και ζηλέτω τὰς αὑτο aras, pciada 7 vou vle, givw on wv ok καν ἐν πυρὶ ὑπὸ ἀνα θρώπων καὶ ἐδὲν πεί ws of rgess maides, è nan TI, pudor meis anfercy πιεδύων τῳ ἑνὶ καὶ μόνῳ ἀληθινῷ Θεῷ ὁ πατρὶ, g Ino Xers, Tổ μεγάλο αρχιερέως. λυτρωτες της ψυχῶν, καὶ μισθαποδότες αθλων. ᾧ ἡ δόξα εἰς τὰς αἰῶνας,
eis pwr Inor Xe according to his infallible alganiay Promife, and grant us a Reaurô 7 äfo♪ã furrection with all thofe that ἀναςήσῃ ἡμᾶς πὺ πᾶσι have flept from the Begin τοῖς ἀπ' αἰῶν Θ. κοιμη- ning of the World; and we θέσι, τοιέτες, ὁποῖοι thall then be fuch as we now Tags or on vare in our present Form, μορφῇ, μηδὲν ἔλλειπές without any Defect, or Cor yor Tas. In area" ruption. For we shall rife ἔπειπερ ἄφθαρτοι ἀνα- incorruptible, whether we εησόμεθα, κάν τε γδ die at Sea, or are fcatterd ἐν πελάγε τελευτήσω- on the Earth, or are torn to μυ, καν ἐν γῇ λg- Pieces by wild Beafts and owaeus, nav van On- Birds, he will raise us by ewv in opvśwv Yaowa- his own Power: For the οθωμεν, ἀναζήσε ἡμᾶς whole World is held toge Ty Sauty Swans on ther by the Hand of God. o mas noμQ Tņ Now He fays, An Hair of Luk.x παῖς κόσμῳ τῇ Det awÉZETRY xae. your Head fhall not perish. 18. Dei 5, onoiv, cn Wherefore he exhorts us, κεφαλῆς ὑμῶν καὶ μὴ α- faying, In your Patience pof- vis ἐ TornTY. Aid @ Saive, fefs ye your Souls. But as conλέγων· Ἐν τῇ ὑσημανῇ cerning the Refurrection of iμav mode Ta's - the Dead, and the Recomχὰς ὑμῶν. Περὶ ἢ τ$ pence of Reward for the
Veneer άvasáσews, Martyrs, Gabriel speaks to 2 IS MAPTVEGV - Daniel, And many of them that Dan. xii ada roddoias λys Fa- fleep shall arife out of the Duft, 30. beina Tu Davina Kay of the Earth, fome to everlastmmoir nexowumpisówv, ing Life, and fome to Shame and En yn's xwual ava- everlasting Contempt. And they
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