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which the Lord would not pardon. The works of the flesh are, envy. 2 Kings xxiv. 3, 4.
ings, murders, &c. of the which I tell The murderer, rising with the you before, as I have also told you in light, killeth the poor and needy, and time past, that they which do such in the night is as a thief.-Job xxiv. things shall not inherit the kingdom 14. Ps. X. 4. 8.
of God.—Gal. v. 19. 21. · Deliver me from blood-guiltiness, Love one another: not as Cain, O God, thou God of my salvation.— who was of that wicked one, and slew Ps. li. 14. 2 Sam. xi.
his brother : and wherefore slew he They sleep not except they have him? because his own works were done some mischief: and their sleep evil, and his brother's righteous, &c. is taken away, unless they cause some Whosoever hateth his brother is a to fall.-Prov. iv. 16, 17.
murderer; and ye know, that no God hates him whose hands shed murderer hath eternal life abiding in innocent blood.-Prov. vi. 16, 17. . him.-1 John ii. 11, 12. 15.
Will ye steal, murder, &c. and Such who were dreadfully plagued, come and stand before me in this yet repented not of their murders, house, which is called by my name ? &c.—Rev. ix. 21. -Jer. vii. 9, 10.
All murderers, &c. shall have their
maidens, and had children by them.The chief priests and elders impli- Gen. xvi. 1, &c. xxx. 1, &c. citly acknowledged their guilt of mur- Abimelech, king of Gerar, sent and dering Christ: for that, when Judas took Sarah, Abraham's wife, but had agreed with them for thirty pieces God came to Abimelech in a dream of silver to betray him, and being by night, and said to him, Behold, struck with remorse for his execrable thou art but a dead man for the wovillany, and bringing back the money, man which thou hast taken, for she is said, I have betrayed innocent blood; a man's wife : but Abimelech had not when they said, What is that to us? come near her, &c. He said, in the see thou to that. Then they afterward innocency of my hands have I done said, It is not lawful to put those this : and God said unto him in a pieces of silver into the treasury, be- dream, Yea, I know, &c. therefore cause it is the price of blood. Matt. suffered I thee not to touch her; now xxvii. 3—6.
therefore, restore the man his wife, Out of the heart proceed evil &c. if not, know that thou shalt surethoughts, murders, &c. -Matt. xv. 19. ly die.—Gen. xx. 2—7.
You are of your father the devil, &c. Abimelech saw Isaac sporting with he was a murderer from the begin- Rebecca his wife, and Abimelech callning.-John viii. 44.
ed Isaac and said, Behold, of a sureThe barbarians thought that ven- ty she is thy wife ; and how saidest geance would not suffer a murderer thou, she is my sister ? &c. What is to live. Acts xxviii. 3, 4.
this thou hast done unto us? One
of the people might lightly have lain neighbour's wife, whosoever toucheth with thy wife, and thou shouldest her shall not be innocent, &c. Whoso have brought guiltiness upon us. And committeth adaltery with a woman, Abimelech charged all his people, lacketh understanding; he that doeth saying, He that toucheth this man or it, destroyeth his own soul; a wound his wife, shall surely be put to death. and dishonour shall he get, and his -Gen. xxvi. 8–11.
reproach shall not be wiped away. Reuben went and lay with Bilhah For jealousy is the rage of a man, his father's concubine.—Gen. XXXV. therefore he will not spare in the day 22. xlix. 3, 4,
of vengeance.-Prov. vi. 26–29.32–35. When Potiphar's wife tempted Jo. See the flattering and enticing seph to have lain with her, he answer- words and language of an adulterous ed her, My master, &c. hath not kept woman, whereby she deceived a foolback any thing from me but thee, be- ish man.-Prov. vii. 7—21. cause thou art his wife; how then can Such is the way of an adulterous I do this great wickedness, and sin woman, she eateth and wipeth her against God? and it came to pass, as mouth, and saith, I have done no she spake to Josepb day by day, that wickedness.-Prov. xxx. 20. he hearkened not to her to lie by her, Will ye, &c. commit adultery, &c. or to be with her, &c. she caught him and stand in this house before me? by his garment, saying, Lie with me; &c.—Jer. vii. 9, 10. and he left his garment in her hand, Because they have committed viland fled and gat him out.-Gen. lany in Israel, and have committed xxxix. 7–13.
adultery with their neighbour's wives, Thou shalt not commit adultery.- &c. I know, and am a witness, saith Exod. xx. 14.
the Lord. Jer. xxix. 23. The man that committeth adultery How shall I pardon thee for this? with another man's wife; even he that &c. When I had fed them to the full, committeth adultery with his neigh- they then committed adultery, and asbour's wife, the adulterer and adul- sembled themselves by troops in the teress shall surely be put to death.- harlots'. houses. They were as fed Levit. xx. 10. xviii. 20. 22. horses in the morning : every one
David's adultery with the wife of neighed after his neighbour's wife. Uriah, and God's great displeasure Shall I not visit for these things, saith against him for it.--2 Sam. xi. xii. the Lord; and shall not my soul be
The eye also of the adulterer wait- avenged of such a nation as this? eth for the twilight, saying, No eye Jer. v. 7-9. shall see me; and disguiseth his face. I have seen thy adulteries and thy -Job xxiv. 15.
neighings, the lewdness of thy whoreIf my heart have been deceived by dom, and thine abominations on the a woman, or if I have laid wait at my hills, in the fields : woe unto thee, O neighbour's door ; let my wife grind Jerusalem, wilt thou not be made unto another, and let others bow down clean?-Jer. xiii. 27. upon her: for this is a heinous crime, The Lord hath a controversy with &c. It is a fire that consumeth to the inhabitants of the land, because, destruction, and would root out all my &c. by swearing, &c. committing of increase.—Job xxxi. 9-12.
adultery, they break out, &c. thereBy means of a whorish woman, a fore shall the land mourn,&c.-Hosea man is brought to a piece of bread, iv. 1-3. and the adulteress will hunt for the Whosoever shall put away his wife, precious life. Can a man take fire in except it be for fornication, and shall his bosom, and his clothes not be marry another, committeth adultery; burnt ? &c. so he that goeth in to his and whoso marrieth her which is put
away, doth commit adultery.-Matt. by means of a whorish woman, a man xix. 9. Mark x. 9—12. 19.
is brought to a piece of bread.-Prov. Let not the wife depart from her vi. 24-26. husband ; but, and if she depart, let I discerned, &c. a young man void her remain unmarried, or be recon- of understanding, &c. and there met ciled to her husband; and let not the him a woman with the attire of an husband put away his wife. -1 Cor. harlot, &c. so she caught him and vii. 10, 11.
kissed him, and with an impudent Be not deceived, neither fornica- face, and much flattering words, &c. tors, &c. nor adulterers, nor effemi- forced him, and he went after her nate, nor abusers of themselves with straightway, as an ox gocth to the mankind, &c. shall inherit the king- slaughter. -Prov. yii. 7. 10. 13. 21, dom of God.- 1 Cor. vi. 9, 10. 22. ix. 13-15.
The works of the flesh are mani- The mouth of a strange woman is a fest, which are these, adultery, forni- deep pit : he that is abhorred of the cation, uncleanness, &c. I tell you, Lord shall fall therein.—Prov. xxii. that they which do such things, shall .14. xxiii. 27, 28. Eccles. vii. 26. not inherit the kingdom of God. Give not thy strength unto women, Gal. v. 19-21. Eph. v. 5, 6. Col. nor thy ways to that which destroyeth iii. 5, 6.
. kings.Prov. xxxi. 3. Out of the heart proceed evil · Out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, &c. adulteries, &c.—Matt. thoughts,' &c. fornications, &c. these xv. 19. .
are the things which defile a man. Whosoever looketh on a woman to Matt. xv. 19, 20. lust afer her, hath committed adultery God gave them over to a reprobate with her already in his heart.-Matt. mind, &c. being filled with all unv. 28.
righteousness, fornication,&c. Rom. Jesus said unto the woman taken i. 28, 29. in adultery, Neither do I condemn Let us walk honestly as in the day, thee: go, and sin no more.- John not in chambering and wantonness, viii. 11.
&c. Rom. xiii. 13. Let us walk honestly as in the day, Know ye not that ye are the temnot in chambering and wantonness, ple of God? &c. If any man defile the &c.-Rom. xii. 13.
temple of God, him shall God destroy. Whoremongers and adulterers God -1 Cor. iii. 16, 17. vi. 19, 20. will judge.—Heb. xiii. 4.
It is reported commonly, that there Their eyes are full of adultery, that is fornication among you, &c. I wrote cannot cease from sin:-2 Pet. ii. 14. unto you not to company with forni
cators, &c. If any man that is called CHAP. LXI.
a brother, be a fornicator, with such
an one, no not to eat.-) Cor. v. 1.9.11. OF FORNICATION AND LASCIVIOUSNESS. Know ve not that the unrighteous The lips of a strange woman drop as shall not inherit the kingdom of God? an honeycomb, and her mouth is be not deceived, neither fornicators, smoother than oil: but her end is bit- &c. now the body is not for fornicater as wormwood, &c. remove thy way tion, but for the Lord, &c. your bodies far from her, and come not nigh the are the members of Christ: shall I door of her house; lest, &c. thou then take the members of Christ, and mourn at the last, when thy flesh make them the members of an harlot? and thy body are consumed.-Prov. God forbid: what? know ye not that v. 3, 4. 8. 11.
he which is joined to an harlot is one Keep thee from the evil woman, body? &c. flee fornication : every sin and lust not after her beauty, &c. for that a man doeth is without the body, but he that committeth fornication imagination (or stubbornness) of mine sinneth against his own body.-1 Cor. heart, to add drunkenness to thirst : vi. 9, 10. 13. 15, 16. 18. . 8. Eph. the Lord will not spare him; but v. 5, 6.
then the anger of the Lord, and his If they cannot contain, let them jealousy, shall smoke against that marry; for it is better to marry than man, &c.—Deut. xxix, 18-20. to burn. -1 Cor. vii. 9.
Nabal's heart was merry within I fear, &c. my God will humble me him: for he was very drunken.among you: and that I shall bewail 1 Sam. xxv. 36. inany which have sinned already, and When David had called Uriah, he have not repented of the uncleanness, did eat and drink before him; and he and fornication, and lasciviousness made him drunk.-2 Sam. xi. 13. which they have committed.—2 Cor. When Elah was drinking himself xii. 20, 21.
drunk in the house of Arsa, Zimri The works of the flesh are mani- smote him and killed him.-1 King's fest, which are these, fornication, un- xvi. 9, 10 cleanness, lasciviousness.-Gal. v.19. Benhadad was drinking himself
But fornication and all uncleanness, drunk in the pavillions, when Israel &c. let it not be once named amongst came and slew the Sytians.- 1 Kings you, as becometh saints, &c. because xx. 16. 19, 20. of these things cometh the wrath of And they gave them drink in vesGod upon the children of disobedi- sels of gold, &c. and royal wine in ence (or unbelief).-Eph. v. 3. 6. abundance, according to the state of
Mortify therefore your members the king; and the drinking was acwhich are upon the earth, fornication, cording to law, none did compel: for uncleanness, inordinate affection, &c. so the king had appointed to all the put away filthy communications out officers of his house, that they should of your mouth.—Col. iii. 5. 8. do according to every man's pleasure.
Whoremongers, &c. God will judge. -Esth. i. 7,8. --Heb. xiii. 4.
They that sat in the gate spake But the, &c. and whoremongers, against me, and I was the song of the &c. shall have their part in the lake drunkards.-Ps. lxix. 12. which burneth, &c.- Rev. xxi. 8. Wine is a mocker, strong drink is
raging, and whosoever is deceived CHAP. LXII.
thereby, is not wise. Prov. xx. 1.
Be not amongst wine bibbers, OF DRUNKENNESS.
amongst riotous eaters of flesh; for And Noah drank of the wine, and the drunkard and the glutton shall was drunken, and he was uncovered come to poverty.-Prov. xxiii. 20, 21. within his tent.-Gen, ix. 21.
It is not for kings to drink wine, Lot's daughters made him drink nor for princes strong drink ; lest wine, so that they lay with him, and they drink and forget the law, and he knew not when they lay down, nor pervert the judgment of any of the when they rose.—Gen. xix. 32, &c. afflicted.—Prov. xxxi. 4, 5.
This our son is a glutton and a Woe unto them that rise up early drunkard: and all the men of his city in the morning, that they may follow shall stone him.-Deut. xxi. 20, 21. strong drink, that continue until night,
Lest there should be among you a till wine inflame them, &c. Woe unto root that beareth gall and wormwood; them that are mighty to drink wine, and it come to pass when he heareth and men of strength to mingle strong the words of this curse, that he bless drink.—Isa. v. 11. 22. himself in his heart, saying, I shall The earth shall reel to and fro like have peace, though I walk in the a drunkard.- Isa. xxiv, 20.
They also have erred through wine, One is hungry, and another is and through strong drink are out of drunken, &c.—1 Cor. xi. 21. the way: the priests and the prophet Now the works of the flesh are mahave erred through strong drink, they nifest, which are these, &c. envyings, are swallowed up of wine : they are murders, drunkenness, revellings, and out of the way through strong drink, such like; of the which I tell you bethey err in vision; they stumble in fore, as I have also told you in time judgment: for all tables are full of past, that they which do such things, vomit and filthiness.- Isa. xxviii. shall not inherit the kingdom of 7, 8.
God.-Gal. v. 19. 21. His watchmen are blind, &c. Come Be not drunk with wine, wherein ye, say they, I will fetch wine, and we is excess : but be filled with the will fill ourselves with strong drink; Spirit.-Eph. v. 18. and to morrow shall be as this day, They that be drunken, are drunken and much more abundant.- Isa. lvi. in the night: but let us, who are of 10-12.
the day, be sober.- 1 Thess. v. 7, 8. Awake, ye drunkards, and weep, and howl, all ye drinkers of wine; be
CHAP. LXIII. cause of the new wine ; for it is cut off from your mouth.-Joel i. 5.
OF COVETOUSNESS. Woe to thein that are at ease in Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's Zion, &c. that drink wine in bowls.- house, &c. nor any thing that is thy Amos vi. 1. 6.
neighbour's.-Exod. xx. 17. While they are drunken as drunk- Balaain, for profit, would have ards, they shall be devoured as stub- cursed Israel.-Numb. xxii. ble full dry.-Nahum i. 10.
Achan's covetous desire of the Woe unto him that giveth his silver, and wedge of gold, and Babyneighbour drink, that puttest thy bot- lonish garment, gave Israel trouble, tle to him, and makest him drunken and brought ruin upon himself, his also, that thou mayest look on their children, and his substance.-Josh. nakedness.-Hab. ii. 15.
vii. 5. 18-20. 24, 25. If that evil servant shall begin to The Lord maketh poor, and maketh smite his fellow servants, and to eat rich, &c.—1 Sam. ii. 7, 8. and drink with the drunken, the Ahab's covetousness of Naboth's Lord of that servant shall come in a vineyard, troubled Ahab, caused Naday, &c.—Matt. xxiv. 48–50. Luke both's murder, and Ahab's destrucxii. 45.
tion.—1 Kings xxi. 1-4. xxii. · Others mocking, said, These men Gehazi's covetousness of Naaman's are full of new wine. But Peter, &c. gifts, procured the leprosy upon himsaid, These are not drunken, as ye self.-2 Kings v. 20-22. 27. suppose, seeing it is but the third Incline my heart unto thy testihour of the day.--Acts ii. 13-15. monies, and not to covetousness.
Let us walk honestly, as in the Ps. cxix. 36. day; not in rioting and drunkenness. He that is greedy of gain, troubleth -Rom. xiii. 13.
his own house ; but he that hateth I have written unto you not to keep gifts shall live.-Prov. xv. 27. company, &c. if any man that is called . Give me neither poverty nor riches; a brother, be, &c. a drunkard, or an feed me with food convenient for extortioner, with such an one no not me ; lest I be full, and deny thee, to eat.- 1 Cor. v. 11.
and say, Who is the Lord ?-Prov. Be not deceived; neither fornica- xxx. 8, 9. tors, &c. nor drunkards, shall inherit Woe unto him that coveteth an evil the kingdom of God.-- 1 Cor. vi. 9, 10. covetousness to his house, that he