Revelations to one who could not read a letter.
A particular of the chapters.
The first chapter - off the noumber of the revelations particularly.
This is a revelation of love that lesus Christ, our endless blisse,
made in xvi sheweings or revelations particular; off the which
the first is of his pretious coroning with thornys; and therewith
was comprehended and specifyed the Trinite with the incarnation
and unite betwix God and man soule, with many faire sheweings
of endless wisedome and teacheing of love, in which all the
sheweings that follow be grounded and onyd. The iid is the dis-
colloureing of his faire face in tokenyng of his deareworthy
passion. The iiid is that our lord God, almighty wisedome, all
love, right as verily as he hath made every thing that is, also
verily he doith and workeith all thing that is done. . . .