1 a By peace here is ment that incredible and moste constant joye of minde when we are deliuered from all terror of conscience, & fully persuaded of the fauour of God: and this peace is the frute of fatih.
1 ! He declareth the frute of faith.
5 c He meaneth that loue wherewith God loueth vs.
7 ! And by comparison setteth forthe the loue of God and obedience of Christ, which is the fundacion and grounde of the same.
7 d By this comparison he amplifieth the death of Christ.
7 e That is, for suche one of whome he hathe receiued good.
14 h He meaneth yong babes, which nether had the knowledge of the Law of nature, nor any motion of concupiscence, much lesse committed any actual sinnes: & this may also comprehand the Gentiles.
14 i Yet all mankinde, as it were sinned when thei were as yet inclosed in Adames loynes.
14 k Which was Christ.
16 l For by Christ we are not onely deliuered from the sinnes of Adam, but also from all suche as we haue added thereunto.
20 p That it might be more manifestly knowen & set before all mens eyes.