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<DIV1 N="IV" TYPE="chapter">
<PB REF="1" N="14" MS="y">The wheat and other seede, though it dye and
<NOTE PLACE="marg">I Cor. 15.</NOTE>
<NOTE N="marg">Iohn 12.24</NOTE> rot in the ground: yet springeth vp more beau|tiful then before It is written how certain sum|mer
<NOTE PLACE="marg">Plinie.</NOTE> birds lye dead all winter, and reuiue in the
<NOTE PLACE="marg">Lactantius.</NOTE> spring. The Phenix being burnt vnto ashes, yet of the same ashes is bred to liue againe.</P>
<L>So though our bodies layd shall be,</L>
<L>to rot in lothsome graue:</L>
<L>Yet afterwards in glorious state,</L>
<L>more bewty they shall haue:</L>
<L>When death hath held them downe awhile.</L>
<L>Anon they shall arise,</L>
<L>Eternally in ioy to liue</L>
<L>With Christ aboue the skyes.</L></LG></DIV1>
<DIV1 N="V" TYPE="chapter">
<HEAD>Chapter V. The passage to Paradise is aptly compared to warfare.</HEAD>
<HI>PLato</HI> calleth a Philosophers life, a meditation of death. But it may truly be said, that the whole race of a Christian mans life: is nothing else, but a continuall warfare. For as the Israelites
<NOTE PLACE="marg">Beginning and ending in the hart.</NOTE> by bodily resistance, did assaile, fyght against, and ouercome seuen Nations, before they could ob|taine a temporall inheritance, in the land of Ca|naan: so must Gods children, by spirituall resis|tance, assaile, fight against, and ouercome their
<NOTE PLACE="marg">Deut. 7.1.</NOTE></P></DIV1> </BODY> </TEXT> </EEBO>