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Temporal Goods
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These temporal goods God, the most wise, commends
To th’ good and bad in common for two ends:
First, that these goods none here may o’er-esteem
Because the wicked do partake of them;
Next, that these ills none cowardly may shun,
Being, oft here, the just man’s portion.