1 a I se euidently by his dedes, that sinne pusheth forward the reprobat from wickednes to wickednes, albeit he go about to couer his impietie.
2 b Thogh all other detest his vile sinne, yet he himself seeth it not.
4 d By describing at large the nature of the reprobat, he admonisheth the godlie to beware of these vices.
5 e Thogh wickednes semeth to ouerfloe all the worlde, yet by thine heauenlie prouidence thou gouernest heauen & earth.
6 f The depth of thy prouidence gouerneth all things, and disposeth them, albeit, the wicked seme to ouerwhelme the worlde.
6 / Ebr. the mountains of God: for whatsoeuers is excellent, is thus called.
9 ! But specially towards his children that by the faith thereof he maie be comforted & assured of his deliuerance by this ordinairie course of Gods worke,