2 / Or, cousin.
2 / Or, miracles.
3 r Christ beareth with the infirmitie of his seruants, & bringeth them to quietnes, that he may instruct them & make them strong against troubles.
3 b That which oght to moue them to come to Christ, causeth them to go backe from him, which cometh of their owne wickednes.
5 d Lacke of faith maketh vs vnable to receiue Gods benefites.
8 e Christ onely orbiddeth them to carye anie thing, which might be burdenous, or hinder their message.
13 i The oyle was a signe of this miraculous working, and not a medicine to heale diseases: so that the gift of miracles ceasing, the ceremonie is to no vse.
15 k Meaning, of the olde Prophetes.
16 l They had then this commune error, that they thoght the soules being departed out of one bodie went straight into another.
18 m The libertie that John vsed to reproue vice without acception of persone, declareth how the true ministers oght to behaue them selues.
20 n Suche is the nature of Gods worde, that it compelleth the verie tyrants to reuerence it: as no doute the King had some good motions, but the seede fel in stonie places & so toke not roote.
30 q The Apostles rendre counte of their message, which is to declare their fidelitie and obedience.
34 s This declareth that there is an horrible disordre among that people, where the true preaching of Gods worde wanteth.
40 u The Greke worde signifieth suche beddes as are made in a garden, so that the companie, which were there set, might seme as rowes or orders of beddes in a garden.
56 a Not for anie suche vertue that was in his garment, but for the confidence which they had in him.
56 / Or, markets.