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THE THIRD PART.
In which the twelfth chapter, from the sixth verse, the thirteenth, and the
first four verses of the fourteenth, are explained, a different style being
adopted for the time.
Wherein after the fourteenth chapter of the Book of Job has been ex-
plained, beginning at the fifth verse, the fifteenth chapter entire is
explained for the most part in a moral sense.
Wherein is contained a short exposition, moral and typical, of the sixteenth
and seventeenth chapters of the Book of Job.
Wherein S. Gregory unfolds the historical, allegorical, and moral sense of
the eighteenth and nineteenth chapters of the Book of Job. 118
In which there is a brief explanation given of the twentieth and twenty-
first chapters of the Book of Job.
After going through the twenty-second and twenty-third chapters of the
Book of Job, and the twenty-fourth to the middle of verse twenty with
a brief explanation, he brings the Third Part to a close.
What remains of the twenty-fourth chapter beginning from the middle of
verse 20, together with chapters twenty-five and twenty-six entire, he
sets forth chiefly in a moral sense.
Contains the exposition of the twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth chapters
of the Book of Job, to the twenty-first verse and half through it, after
The interpretation being carried on from the last part of the twenty-first
verse of the twenty-eighth chapter to the twenty-first verse of the follow-
ing chapter exclusive, various meanings are laid open not less learnedly
than piously, chiefly concerning Christ and the Church.
The five concluding verses of chapter twenty-nine of the Book of Job are
more largely explained, together with the whole of chapter thirty, chiefly
on the subject of heretics and carnal persons distressing the Church. 446
The thirty-first chapter of the Book of Job is explained to verse twenty-
four, exclusive, and chastity, humility, and mercifulness being first
commended, many particulars are especially taught relative to the
avoiding of the occasion of sin.
All that remained of chapter thirty-one of the Book of Job is explained,
and submissiveness of mind, and moderation, patience, charity, and
earnest interest for those under our charge, are especially commended.