He that despiseth Moses lawe dyeth with out mercy vnder two or thre witnesses.
Of how moche sorer punyshment suppose ye shall he be counted worthy which treadeth vnderfote the sonne of god: and counteth the bloude of the testament as an vnholy thynge wherwith he was sanctified and doth dishonoure to the sprete of grace.
For we knowe him that hath sayde vengeaunce belongeth vnto me I will recompence sayth the lorde. And agayne: the lorde shall iudge his people.
It is a fearfull thynge to faule into the hondes of the livynge God.
Call to remebraunce the dayes that are passed in the which after ye had receaved light ye endured a greate fyght in adversities
partly whill all men wondred and gased at you for the shame and trioulacion that was done vnto you and partly whill ye became companyons of the which so passed their tyme.
For ye suffered also with my bondes and toke a worth the spoylynge of youre goodes and that with gladnes knowynge in youre selves how that ye had in heven a better and an endurynge substaunce
Cast not awaye therfore youre confidence which hath great rewarde to recopence.
For ye have nede of paciece that after ye have done ye will of god ye myght receave the promes.
For yet a very lytell whyle and he that shall come will come and will not tary.
But the iust shall live by faith. And yf he withdrawe him silfe my soule shall have no pleasure in him.