1 ! To the intent he might moue the faithful to a deeper consideration of Gods glorie, he setteth before their eyes the moste exquisite workemanship of the heauens with their proportion, and ornaments
1 a He reprocheth vnto man his ingratitude, seing the heauens, which are dumme creatures, set forthe Gods glorie.
5 e Or, vaile. The maner was that the bride and bridegrome shuld stand vnder a vaile together, & after come forthe that great solemnitie, and rejoycing of the assemblie.
8 ! And afterward calleth them to the Law, wherein God hathe reueiled him self more familiarly to his chosen people. The which peculiar grace by commending the Law he setteth forthe more at large.
9 k For God accepteth our indeuour thogh it be farre vnperfite.
9 h Euerie one without exception.
12 l Then there is no rewarde of deutie, but of Grace: for where sinne is, there death is the rewarde.
13 m Which are done purposly and of malice.