2 a If he vse his tongue to Gods glorie, and the profite of his neighbour.
4 b He euer desireth, but taketh no peines to get anie thing.
8 c For his pouertie, he is not able to escape the threatings, which the cruel oppressers vse against him.
10 d When as euerie man contendeth to haue the preeminence, & wil not giue place to another.
11 e That is, goods euil gotten.
11 f That is, with his owne labour.
13 g Meaning, the worde of God, whereby he is admonished of his duetie.
17 h Bringeth manie inconueniences bothe to him selfe and to others.
20 i As he is partaker of their wickednes & beareth with their vices, so shal he be punished alike as thei are.
23 l God blesseth the labour of the poore & consumeth their goods, which are negligent, because thei thinke thei haue ynough.