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This also shall they gain by thir delay In the wide Wilderness, there they shall found Thir government, and thir great Senate choose Through the twelve Tribes, to rule by Laws ordaind: God from the Mount of SINAI, whose gray top Shall tremble, he descending, will himself In Thunder Lightning and loud Trumpets sound Ordaine them Lawes; part such as appertaine To civil Justice, part religious Rites Of sacrifice, informing them, by types And shadowes, of that destind Seed to bruise The Serpent, by what meanes he shall achieve Mankinds deliverance.
Then shall they seek to avail themselves of names, Places and titles, and with these to joine Secular power, though feigning still to act By spiritual, to themselves appropriating The Spirit of God, promisd alike and giv'n To all Beleevers; and from that pretense, Spiritual Lawes by carnal power shall force On every conscience; Laws which none shall finde Left them inrould, or what the Spirit within Shall on the heart engrave.
? RUGBY: England have replaced the injured Courtney Lawes with Charlie Ewels for this week's four-day training camp in Oxford.
COURTNEY LAWES used to dream of winning Grand Slams - but at Wimbledon rather than Twickenham.
COURTNEY Lawes appears destined to miss England's autumn series opener against South Africa because of a back problem.
COURTNEY Lawes has emerged as a doubt for England's autumn opener against South Africa due to a back injury that initially flared up three weeks ago.
COURTNEY Lawes insists he is in the best shape of his career despite England allowing him to feast on McDonald's and club sandwiches.
COURTNEY LAWES has warned Wales that England will not be taking any prisoners at a oneoff training session in Bristol.
| COURTNEY LAWES MUST BE CLOSE TO A TEST PLACE: England lock Courtney Lawes is exactly the kind of physical player the Lions are potentially going to need in Saturday's second Test against New Zealand.
COURTNEY LAWES insists the Lions' first Test loss to the All Blacks was not simply a failure of attitude.
EDDIE Jones is hopeful that Courtney Lawes will recover from his knee injury in time to start England's clash with South Africa on Saturday week.