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K. Henry. 8. A treatise of Patricke Hamelton, called Patrickes Places.


Thomas, because thou hast seene me, therefore hast
thou beleued. Happye are they that haue not sene, and yet
haue beleued in me. Ioh. 22.
All the Prophetes to him beare witnes, that who
soeuer beleueth in him, shall haue remission of their
sinnes. Act. 10.
What must I do that I may be saued? The Apostles
aunswered: Beleue in the Lord Iesus Christ, and thou
shalt be saued. Act. 16.
If thou knowledge with thy mouth that Iesus is
the Lord, and beleueth with thine harte that God ray-
sed hym vp from death, thou shalt be safe. Rom. 10.
He that beleueth not in Christ, shall be condempned.
He that beleueth not the sonne, shall neuer see life,
but the ire of God, bydeth vppon him. Ioh. 3.
The holy Ghost shall reproue the worlde of sinne, be-
cause they beleue not in me. Ioh. 16.
They that beleue Iesu Christ, are the sonnes of God.
Ye are all the sonnes of God, because ye beleue in
Iesu Christ. 1. Ioh. 3.
He that beleueth that Christ is the sonne of God, is
safe. Ioh. 1.
Peter sayd, thou art Christ the sonne of þe lyuing God.
Iesus aunswered and sayd vnto him, happye art thou
Simon the sonne of Ionas, for fleshe and bloud haue
not opened to thee that: but my father that is in hea-
uen. Mat. 16.
We haue beleued, and knowe that thou art Christ, the
sonne of the liuyng God.
I beleue that thou art Christ the sonne of God, which
should come into the worlde. Ioh. 11.
These thinges are written that ye might beleue, that
Iesus is Christ the sonne of God, and that ye in bele-
uyng, might haue lyfe. Ioh. 20.
I beleue that Iesus is the sonne of God. Act. 8.
¶ The 16. proposition.
MarginaliaThe 16. proposition.¶ He that beleueth the Gospell, beleueth God.
¶ Argument.
MarginaliaMaior.Da.He that beleueth Gods worde, beleueth God.
MarginaliaMinor.ri.The Gospell is Gods worde.
MarginaliaConclus.j. Ergo, he that beleueth the Gospell, beleueth God.

To beleue the Gospell is this: That Christ is the
Sauiour of the world. Ioh. 4.
Christ is our Sauiour. Luke. 2.
Christ bought vs wt his bloud. Heb. 13. 1. Pet. 1. Apoc. 5.
Christ washed vs with hys bloud. Apoc. 1.
Christ offered him selfe for vs. Heb. 9.
Christ bare our sinnes on his owne backe, &c. 1. Pet. 2.
The 17. proposition.
MarginaliaThe 17. proposition.¶ He that beleueth not the Gospel beleueth not God.
Argument.
MarginaliaMaior.Fe-
He that beleued not Gods woorde, beleueth not God
him selfe.
MarginaliaMinor.ri.The Gospell is Gods worde.
MarginaliaConclus.o.
Ergo, he that beleueth not the gospel, beleueth not God
him self, and consequently he that beleue not those thinges
aboue writen and such other, beleueth not God.
¶ The 18. proposition.
MarginaliaThe 18. proposition.¶ He that beleueth the Gospell shall be safe.

Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospell, vnto eue-
ry creaturne: he that beleueth and is baptised, shall be sa-
ued, but he that beleueth not, shalbe condemned. Mark. 16.

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¶ A comparison betwene faith, and incredulitie.

MarginaliaA comparison betwene fayth and Incredulitie.FAith is the roote of all good.
Incredulitie is the roote of all euill.
Faith maketh God and man good frendes.
Incredulitie maketh them foes.
Fayth bringeth God and man together,
Incredulitie sundereth them.
All that fayth doth, pleaseth God.
All that Incredulitie doth, displeaseth God.
Faith onely maketh a man good and rightwise.
Incredulitie onely maketh him vniust and euill.
Fayth maketh a man a member of Christ.
Incredulitie maketh hym a member of the deuill.
Fayth maketh a man the inheritour of heauen.
Incredulitie maketh him inheritour of hell.
Faith maketh a man the seruaunt of God.
Incredulitie maketh him the seruaunt of the deuill.

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Faith sheweth vs God to bee a swete father.
Incredulitie sheweth him a terrible iudge.
Fayth holdeth stiffe by the worde of God.
Incredulitie wauereth here and there.
Fayth counteth and holdeth God to bee true.
Incredulitie holdeth hym false and a lyer.
Fayth knoweth God.
Incredulitie knoweth him not.
Fayth loueth both God and his neighbour.
Incredulitie loueth neither of them.
Fayth onely saueth vs.
Incredulitie onely condempneth vs.
Fayth extolleth God and his dedes.
Incredulitie extolleth her self and her own deedes.

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¶ Of Hope.

MarginaliaWhat hope is.HOpe is a trusty lokyng after the thyng that is promi
sed vs to come: as we hope after the euelastyng ioye,
whiche Christ hath promised vnto all that beleue in him.


¶ We should put our hope and trust in God a-
lonely, and in no other thyng.

IT is good to trust in God and not in man. Psal. 118.
He þt trusteth in his own hart, is a foole. Prouerb. 28.
It is good to trust in God & not in princes. Psal. 118.
They shalbe like vnto the Images which they make,
and all that trust in them. Psal. 115.
He that trusteth in his owne thoughtes doth vn-
godly. Prouerb. 12.
Cursed be he that trusteth in man. Iere. 17.
Byd the riche men of this worlde that thy trust not in
their vnstable riches, but that they trust in the lyuyng
God. 1. Tim. 6.
It is harde for them that trust in money, to enter in-
to the kyngdome of heauen. Luke. 18.
Moreouer, we shoulde trust in him onely that may
helpe vs, God onely may helpe vs, therefore we should
trust in him onely.
Well are they that trust in God: and woe to them that
trust not in him. Psal. 2. Iere. 17.
Well is that man that trusteth in God, for God shall
be his trust. Psal. 14. Eccles. 34.
He þt trusteth in him, shal vnderstād the veritie. Sap. 3.
They shall all reioyce that trust in thee: they shal euer
be glad, and thou wilt defend them. Psal. 5.

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¶ Of Charitie.

MarginaliaThe rule of Charitie.CHaritie is the loue of thy neighbour. The rule of cha
ritie is this: Doe as thou wouldest be done to: for
Christ holdeth, all a like the riche the poore, the frend and
the foe, the thankefull and vnthankefull, the kinseman
and straunger.


¶ A comparison betwene Fayth, Hope,
and Charitie.

MarginaliaA differēce betwene fayth, hope, & charitie.FAyth commeth of the worde of God: Hope commeth
of fayth: and Charitie spryngeth of them both.
Faith beleueth the woord: Hope trusteth after it that
is promised by the worde: Charitie doth good vnto her
neighbour, thorow the loue that it hath to God, & glad-
nes that is within her selfe.
Fayth looketh to God and his worde: Hope looketh
vnto his gift and reward: Charitie loketh on her neigh-
bours profite.
Fayth receaueth God: Hope receaueth hys reward:
Charitie loueth her neighbour with a glad hart, and that
without any respect of rewarde.
Fayth pertayneth to God only: Hope to hys reward:
and Charitie to her neighbour.

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¶ The doctrine of workes.
¶ No maner of workes make vs rightwise.

MarginaliaWhat good workes doe.WE beleue that a man shall bee iustified without
workes. Rom. 3.
No man is iustified by the dedes of the law, but by
the fayth of Iesus Christ, and we beleue in Iesu Christ
that we may be iustified by the fayth of Christ, and not by
by the deedes of the lawe: For if rightuousnes come by
the lawe, then dyed Christ in vayne. Galat. 2.
That no man, is iustified by the law, is manifest, for a
rightwise man lyueth by his fayth, but the lawe is not
of fayth.

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