1 a He derideth the presumption of man, who dare attribute to him self anie thing, as to prepare his heart or suche like, seing that he is not able to speake a worde, except God giue it him.
2 b He sheweth hereby, that man flattereth him self in his doings: calling that vertue which God termeth vice.
9 e He sheweth them solie of man which which thinketh that his waies are in his wone hand: & yet is not able to remoue one sorte except God giue force.
22 l Ether that which the wicked teache others, or els it is folie to teache them that are malicious.
31 o That is, when it is joyned with vertue: or els the elder that the wicked are, the more thei are to be abhorred.
33 p So that there is nothing that oght to be attribute to fortuen: for all things are determined in the counsel of God which, shal come to passe.