I'm working on some old sermons from 1562 and I'm having difficulty identifying a particular word. If anyone knows what it is I would be grateful. It reads: "Yea, though all should be turned upside down, though the rocks should sash one against another, and that there should be so great violence or danger that a man should think the world would perish, yet will not we fear. Here the prophet showeth us that God is not duly honored of us, and that we shall not praise his aid as it is worthy, unless we [?????] all that may happen unto us to the contrary." It looks like a d, e, i (or j), then possibly a y, then e. The questionable letter doesn't really resemble an x, p, or g.