A first Greek writer : with exercises and vocabularies by Arthur Sidgwick

By Arthur Sidgwick

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III NV alle creatur die got beschaffen hat fy sind jn wasser jnwind oder auf der erden phat ye danckper ist dem herren jnder maiestat newr umb die gnad das er sy hat formieret. Ach tumm’ menczsch wie ist dein hercz dann gar so wild 30 feyd du wol waißt das dich got nach jm hat gebildt 35 und dir uerlihen hat sein grosse gnad so milt gar manigualtiklichen vntzelieret. Er hat dir geben leib und leben sel uernunfft dir dient die erd fewr wasser wirdiklicher luft all tier wild zam der früchte tam aus tieffer grufft ist dir als underteniklich gezieret.

A 5rv, Ms. B 4rv, Ms. c 10r–11v, Kl. 10) I 5 10 15 II 20 WEnn ich mein krank uernunft nërlichen sunder und uast bedenck der tummen weide wunder der ich ein tail eruaren han gesehen und gehöret So wundert mich uor allem nicht so sere das ich mein zeit newr lenck nach güt und ere und dabey nye kain rü gewan der synn bin ich bedoret. Jch wais wol das noch kompt die stund und het ich aller werlde grund dorumb geb ich sey geren das ich nach gottes willen leben solt ein jar der ich uil manches laider uppiklichen zwar in sünden nye wolt widerstän so müß ich sein emberen.

Whether sun, moon, the wreath of stars, the f lowers on the meadow, to all of them He gave them color and bright shining. Through the delightful appearance of things everyone can truly recognize His incredible power, even he who does not believe in God’s existence. II. Who is upholding the heaven, the earth, the water, big rocks? Who creates thunder, the snow, and wind? The heaven’s sphere alone could help us understand God’s child who is his mother’s father and her husband. In profound obscurity He keeps fish alive so that they do not drown.

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