1 a The Lord thus speaketh to the Prophet, willing him to vse all diligence & seueritie to rebuke the hypocrites.
2 ! The workes of the hypocrites.
3 c He setteth forthe the malice and disdaine of the hypocreies, which grudge against God, if their workes be not accepted.
3 d Thus he conuinceth the hypocrites by the seconde table & by their duetie toward their neighbour that thei haue nether faith nor religion.
6 ! The fast of the faithful.
8 i The testimonie of thy goodnes shal appeare before God & man.
10 m Thine aduersitie shalbe turned into prosperitie.
12 n Signifying that of the Jewes shulde come suche, as shuld buylde againe the ruines of Jerusalem & Judea: but chiefly this is ment of the spiritual Jerusalem: whose buylders were the Apostles.
13 ! Of the true Sabbath.