1 a That is, be liberal to the poore, & thogh it seme to be as a thing ventred on the sea, yet is shal bring thee profite.
3 b As the cloudes that are ful, powre out raine, so the riche that haue abundance, must distribute it liberally.
4 ! Not to doute of Gods prouidence.
6 f That is, which of thy workers are moste agreable to God.
8 g That is, of affliction & trouble.
9 h He derideth them that set their delite in worldelie pleasures, as thogh God wolde not call them to an accounte.
10 k Meaning, carnal lustes where unto youth is giuen.