"The Nature of things is supported by his Power, the events of things are ordered by his Providence, and the actions of reasonable Creatures are governed by Laws, and these Laws are put into a Man's soul or mind as into a Treasury or Repository: some in his very nature, some by after-actions, by education and positive sanction, by learning and custome."
— Taylor, Jeremy (bap. 1613, 1667)
and it had in it this truth, that God, who is every where in several manners, hath the appellative of his own attributes and effects in the several manners of his presence.
Jupiter est quodcunque vides, quocunque moveris
(I.i.1, p. 1)