1 a His purpose is to declare that man may atteine in this wordle to diuers secrets of nature, but man is neuer able to comprehend the wisdome of God.
4 d Which men can not wade through.
6 f He alludeth, to the maines and secrets of nature, which are vnder the earth, whereinto nether soules nor beastes can entre.
9 g After that he hathe declared the wisdome of God in the secretes of nature, he describeth his power.
12 h Thogh Gods power, & wisdome may be vnderstand in earthly things, yet his heauenlie wisdome can not be atteined vnto.
21 m Meaning, that there is no natural neanes, whereby man might atteine to the heauenlie wisdome: which he meaneth by the soules, that flie hie.
28 o He declareth that man hathe so muche of this heauenlie wisdome, as he sheweth by fearing God, and departing from euil.