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#Englands unthankfulness striving with Gods goodness, for the victory as Abaslom [sic] strove with David, whether the father should be more kinde to the son; or the son more unkinde to the father. Or, enough (being wel weighed) to melt an heart of adamant. By R. Younge, florilegus. In reference to Leviticus 19.17 and Isaiah 58.1. In reading whereof, reflect upon your selves; hearken to conscience; and what concerns you, apply it to others, as David did Nathans parable, 2 Sam. 12.1, to 8. And Ahab the prophets, 1 King.20. 39, to 43. Want of application makes all means ineffectual; and therefore are we Christians in name only, because we think out selves Christians indeed, and already good enough.#

##Younge, Richard.## Englands unthankfulness striving with Gods goodness, for the victory as Abaslom [sic] strove with David, whether the father should be more kinde to the son; or the son more unkinde to the father. Or, enough (being wel weighed) to melt an heart of adamant. By R. Younge, florilegus. In reference to Leviticus 19.17 and Isaiah 58.1. In reading whereof, reflect upon your selves; hearken to conscience; and what concerns you, apply it to others, as David did Nathans parable, 2 Sam. 12.1, to 8. And Ahab the prophets, 1 King.20. 39, to 43. Want of application makes all means ineffectual; and therefore are we Christians in name only, because we think out selves Christians indeed, and already good enough. Younge, Richard.

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#####Body##### CHAP. 1.§ 1 AWise man (saith Solomon) foreseeth the evil, and preventeth it: but fools go on; and ar _ CHAP. 1.

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  1. POSTCRIPT. LONDON, Printed by R. and W. L. for James Crump, in Little Bartholomews Well-yard.The Character of a formall Hypocrite, or civil Justiciary: for they are so alike, that I am loath to _ The Character of a formall Hypocrite, or civil Justiciary: for they are so alike, that I am loath to part them. Nor will it be any wrong to either: for what the one is guilty of, the other is not free from. CHAP. X.

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    _ CHAP. XIX.

    _ CHAP. XX.

    _ Thus the second Division being ended, and yet much roome left: that each part may be severall; I take leave to fill up the sheet with the Copy of a Letter, 〈◊〉 to a Factor in Forrayne parts: who ill discharged the trust, and confidence of his deserving Master.

    _ POSTSCRIPT, OR, A necessary advertizment about Reading and Hearing.

#####Back##### Imprimatur,Thomas Gataker.LONDON, Printed by I Bell, for Iames Crumpe a Booke-binder: and and to be sold at his House, in Litt Types of content

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