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Strmon

Io

Of the

P

A

ss-~· o

If·

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Now

C

H R 1

s

T's

owne

fi'~ne

ic was nor, that he died for. That is

btolt

evid~ntP

Notlo much.

by

His ow,ne

.~h"lilenge, ~~foex

cvqbwarguit

Ioh.s.

4

1$~

·

me .Je>pedatQl

~ a~

by

the rcpbr.t .of

IllS

I~clg~rwho

oFenly'frqfeffed, nhat

hehadcxamiliedllim,

andfowa~lto f4~ltt,i.f/,~,'n: N~n?'i,ryet

Herod,

fa~,

Lub;,>q>

being

jim~ toEiu~,rmd

exammed

by

lmn alfo,

I!QtlmzglllorV~,d~at.b 'll><~&

found m

t·s,

HimJ:

And therefore,

E:al!m~

for

)vater,

al\d

'll>ajlnngd~..t$1Miid£,

he:e

prc>tCI- Mac.> 7

,,+

fleth ,his

oVVrlCJ:imzocencie of t.be

bl?ud

qfo,t1tiJ

' ~

U

s.r

.1M.~N;

:'

~h~~~J

pronounr;ing.

?irll.lt~B,. ;tn~

void:of any'llll.l\.&,

m

hunfelfe,J

of

h1s

D'<'vne

death<

t!l''l , .. :'

J'l ,

.

'•

,

"~

tCilliC,i •. ,

N

\~t

Ic

mull cbe11- nece!farily

.be

the- linrkoflonicwthers; (ot

~'\lhob:'£1ke

' '

c

HR 1sT

I

E

sus was ehus

pterced.

And if we

aske;~who,d10f.e

others.

.

be:

or whofe fumes they were? the Pr6phee,

EJ.ry ceils,f1s):Pofuit

{uper

Ef.1.r,.,;

Eu;1z

iniquiwes

.onmimn Jzoftnlnl,

He laid' upon Him

che

tranfgcefsions

of

•h

115

all:

who lliould (even for chore our

ma.ny,

great,

an~

g;cievmis tranB-

·I

~J

oreCsions) have etevnally beer:epier('ed, in

body

and

/o~tle,o wirh

tormerit

~nd

[orrowcs of.anever dyiog death,

had n.oc

he ilep.tbetweene

us

and

the blow and receiv'd it

in

his owne body; even the dint'of the wmh of

G0

0

to

~ome

mpon.

.us. So that

it

was the fin ne of

~ili

poauted

hand.r,

that

pierced his·hands

:,

the

fiv,i{tne.j{e

of

our.. ftet

to

doe·e'Vill, '

that

nhiled

His

\ .:

feet:

the wicked

de'Vifis

of our

Heads,

that-gored

hishead~ and

the wret,

ehell•

dejires

of our

hearts,

that

pi.erced

hiS:-I~art.

We that

looke upon,

it

is

we chat

pierced Him :

and it is we that

pierced him,

that are willed to

looke

upon.

Idim.

Which bringeth it home tO us·; to me my felfe that fpeake,

and to you youtfelvesthar heare; and applicth it moll

dfti~ually

to every

one of

us,

who evidentiy feeing

1

.that w,e

were

the caufe of this his

pier-

cing,

ifour hearts be not too too hard, ougj1tto have rem,orfe, eo

be

pier-

ced with it, '

.

· .

''i ,

.

~

When for ddiveriog to':DdlMa few loav.es;,

.~,Ahimeicd~and·rhe

Priefts

Were by

Saul

put eo· the [word, if

:Da'Vid

<:lid then acknowledae with

griefe of heartl' and f.1y,

I,

e'M1l

l-am the cattje of

the

d&at/J

qf

tby

Fa~her

and

1

sam.2i.:2i

aObii

houfe,

(\1\Chenhec:

was

but

onely the.occallon of it, andnotthat d'i-

0

reCl: neither :

)

may not we (nay, ought not

w~)

much more jufily and.

deferVedly fay of ·rhispiercing;of

CH

R 1

sl'

our Sa'Viour,

that we verily'>

,11v~n ~ve,

are the ·a.tufe thereof' ·as venly

wean~,

even the

principals

irt

1

this

murtber;

and the

Iewes

and orhers, en whomwe feeketo derive it. .\

but ohely

accejfories

and inflr.umenrall

ea~

res thereof. Which point,

w;

ought, as conrmually, fo, fenoufly to rhmke of; and that no leffe chart

the

former.

The former, to fiirreup comparsion in our [elves over him:

bh~tt?us

Was

pierc~J,

the latter,

t~ work~

deepe

r~~or[e

in ou/hearrs,for

eTg authors of

~t

..: That hee was

pterced,

Will make our bovvdl:s;

tnl

eke

With

.compafstotl, over

CH

R.

1sT.

That he was

pim:ed

by

m,that

oo ·e

on

H

·r

h

·

Miljl

1

m~

1

our .earts bee not

flint

(as

lob

faith) or.as 'chenetlm•

1

.

1

·

one,

~tll b~eed

remorfe over our Cdves wrecci1ed

finm:rs

as wee

Iob

•n.zir

jl~e:

. ... . .

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The

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