1 a Wherein we se Gods prouident care in preseruing his: albeit he reueileth not him selfe to all a like: for Lot had but two Angels and Abraham thre.
3 c Not for that they had necessitie, but because the time was not yet come that thei wolde reueal them selues.
3 ! Lot receiueth two Angels into his house.
3 b That is, he praied them so instantly.
4 ! The filthy lusts of the Sodomites.
8 f That I shulde preserue them from all injurie.
13 g This proueth that the Angels are ministers, aswel to execute Gods wrath, as to declare his fauour.
16 ! Lot is deliuered.
17 i He willed him to flee from Gods judgements, and not to be sorie to departe from the riche countrei and ful of vaine pleasures.
20 k Thogh it be litle, yet it is great ynough to saue my life: wherein he offendeth in choosing another place than the Angel had appointed him.
22 l Because Gods commandement was to destroie the citie and to saue Lot.
26 n As touching the bodie onely: and this was a notable monument of Gods vengeance to all them that passed that way.
30 o Hauing before felt Gods mercies, he durst not prouoke him againe by continuing among the wicked.
36 r Thus God permitted him to fall moste horribly in the solitarie mountaynes, whome the wickednes of Sodom colde not ouercome.
37 s Who, as they were borne in moste horrible incest, so were they and their posteritie vile and wicked.
38 t That is, sonne of my people: signifying that they rather rejoiced in their sinne, then repented for the same.