1 b Which comteined parte of August, & parte of September.
1 ! An appearance of the similitude of God.
3 / Ebr, in the visions of God.
3 d Meaning, that he was thus caryed in spirit, and not in bodie.
3 e Which was the proche or the court where the people assembled.
3 f So called because it prouoked Gods indignation, which was the idole of Baal.
6 i For God wil not be where idoles are.
11 l Thus they that shulde haue kept all the rest in the feare, & true seruice of God, were the ring leaders to all abominations, & by their example pulled others from God.
12 n For besides their commune idolatrie, they had particular seruice, which they had in secret chambers.
14 o The Jewes write that this was a Prophet of the idoles, who after his death was once a yere mourned for in the night.
17 p Declaring that the censings, and seruice of the idolaters are but infection and vilenie before God.