2 ! He exhorteth to rejoice in trouble
3 a Afflictions trye our faith & ingendre patience.
4 b Our pacience oght to continue to the end til by working hathe polished vs, & made vs perfect in Christ.
5 c To endure paciently whatsoeuer God layeth vpon him.
6 ! To be seruent in prayer with stedfast belief.
8 d Douting in doctrine, or of Gods wil.
9 e That he is called to the companie of Christ and his Angels.
10 f Or contemptible to the worlde.
11 / Or, in all his thoghts and dedes.
13 g He meaneth now of the inwarde tentations as of our disordered appetites, which cause vs to sinne.
17 ! To loke for all good things from aboue
17 h Seing all good things come of God, we oght not to make him the autor of euil.
17 i He alludeth vnto the sunne which in his course and turning sometimes is cleare and bright, sometime dareke and cloudie: but Gods liberalitie is euer like it self, bright and continnually shining.
19 k That is, prompt to learne.
19 l For we can not heare God except we be peaceable, & modeste.
20 m But hindereth Gods worke in vs.
21 ! To forsake all vice and thankefully to receiue the worde of God.
21 n By hearing the worde preached.
22 ! Not onely hearing it, & speaking of it, but to do thereafter in dede.
23 o So Gods worde is a glasse wherein we must beholde our selues, & become like vnto him.
25 p In so behauing him self.
27 ! What true religion is.