1 a Who was ether the autor, or a chief singer, to whome it was conmitted.
1 b To plead against his dissembling people before heauen and earth.
2 c Because God had chosen it to haue his Name there called vpon, and also his image shined there in the doctrine of the Law.
3 d As when God gaue his Law in mount Sinai, he appeared terrible with thunder and tempest, so wil he appeare terrible to rake a count of the keping thereof.
5 g Which shulde knowe that sacrifices are seales of the couenant betwene God and his people, and not set religion therein.
8 ! Which do imagine that God wilbe worshiped with outward ceremonies onely, without the heart: and especially the Jewes were of this opinion, because of their figures and ceremonies of the Law, thinking that their sacrifices were sufficient.
8 h For I passe not for sacrifices, except the true vse be there, which is to confirme your faith in my promise.
13 k Thogh mans life for the infirmitie thereof hathe nede of fode, yet God, whose life quickneth all the worlde, hathe no nede of suche meanes.
16 m Why doest thou faine to be of my people and talkest of my couenant, seing thou are but an hypocrite?
20 p He noteth the crueltie of hypocrites, which spare not in their talke or judgement their owne mothers sonne.
21 q I wil write all thy wicked dedes in a role and make thee to read & acknoledge them whether thou wilt or no.
21 ! Therefore the Prophet doeth reproue this grosse errour & pronounceth the Name of God to be blasphemed, where holines is set in creemonies.
23 ! For he declareth the worship of God to be spiritual, whereof are two principal partes, inuocation, & thankesgiuing.
23 t That is, declare my self to be his Sauiour.
23 s As God hathe appointed.
23 r Vnder the which is conteined faith and inuocation.