1 ! An exhortacion to obserue the Lawe without adding thereto or diminishing.
2 c God wil not be serued by halves, but wil haue ful obedience.
6 ! Herein standeth our wisdome.
6 f Because all men naturally desire wisdome, he sheweth how to attein vnto it.
9 h He addeth all these wordes to shewe that we can neuer be careful ynough to kepe the lawe of God and to teache it to our posteritie.
9 ! We must teache it to our children.
11 i The law was giuen with feareful miracles, to declare bothe that God was the autor thereof, & also that no flesh was able to abide the rigour of the same.
15 / Ebr, soules.
15 ! No image oght to be made to worship.
20 n He hathe deliuered you out of the moste miserable slauerie, and frely chosen you for his children.
22 o Moses good affection appeareth: in that that he being depriued of suche an execellent treasure, doeth not envie them that must enjoye it.
26 r Thogh men wolde absolve you, yet the insensible creatures shalbe witnesses of your disobedience.
26 ! Threatenings against them that forsake the Law of God.
37 ! God chose the sede because he loued their fathers.
40 b God promiseth rewarde not for our merites, but to incourage vs, and to assure vs that our labour shal not be lost.