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Then shall we see Christ com?Hing in the cloudtf.?^,
"When some will wish whole mountaines were their

shroude6\
Then he the sheep from goatcs shall separate,
The iust & godly from the reprobate.
And sheepe have blisse ; the other for their hire
Perpetuall paines & everlasting fire.

Thus shall his second poAverfull com^?iing be
The godlies ioy, the wicked^*' misery.
Twixt his first com?Hing & his latter one
There wilbe found much discrepation.
First did he come in all humility.
Then shall he come in splendant royalty ;
' May be con-ojrtihle in MS.



and gave His liTe
for man,



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and is now his
^ Mediator in
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