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[[deletion]] knowing. [[/deletion]] Whosoever believes that God knows all things, will not sin openly nor in private. 3. When Tales was ask'd whether [[deletion]] the Gods did device men: [[/deletion]] [[addition]] actions of men could not deceive [[/addition]] the Gods he answer'd, not even our thoughts. [[deletion]] he said they deceived a certain [[/deletion]] can deceive them, [[deletion]] [[unclear]] king. He admonish'd [[/deletion]] He admonish'd them by this answer, that we should not only keep our hands pure, but also our minds, for the divine being is present to our most secret thoughts. Sextus Pythagorean said in [[deletion]] the [[/deletion]] alike sentence: in acting unjustly we [[deletion]] lay [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] lie [[/addition]] open [[underline]] to God & even in thinking so [[/underline]] [[addition]] [[deletion]] unjustly [[/deletion]] [[/addition]]