3 a That is, his ???: meaning, before he had committed with Bath-sheba and against Vriah.
6 c He gaue himself wholy to serue the Lord.
7 d He knewe it was in vaine to profess religion, except suche were appointed which colde instruct the people in the same, and had autoritie to put away all idolatrie.
7 ! And causeth the people to be taught.
10 e Thus God prospereth all suche that with a pure heart seke his glorie, and kepeth their enemies in feare that thei can not be able to execute their rage against them.