1 a Meaning, what things oght to chuse or refuse: or man knoweth not by these outward things, that is by prosperitie or aduersitie, whome God doeth fauour or hate: for he sendeth them aswel to the wicked as to the godlie.
3 b In outward things as riches, and pouertie, sicknes, & helth there is no difference betwene the godlie, & the wicked: but the difference is that the godlie are assured by faith of Gods fauour & assistance.
4 c He noteth the Epicures, and carnal men, which made their belly their god, & had no pleasure but in this life, wishing rather to be an abject & vile persone in this life, , then a man of autoritie, and so to dye, which is ment by the dog and lyon.
11 f Thus the worldelings say to proue that all things are lawful for them and attribute that to chance and fortune, which is done by the prouidence of God.
12 ! No man knoweth his end.