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Ofthe

Ru

URR E

c

TION.

Sermon

1

g,

grefionJ ofsu all;

and fo, He was

~arried

for ns: This

Paflor becametanqoamov·

a

jhcepe,for

His !heepc ;and was

brought thither

,and the wolves

did toHim whatfo;s,as

they rvould.

'VIr

As if Go o had faid: away With thefe

fheepe

;

lncidant in

lr~poJ,

quianolrmtr

_

gi

a

pajlore,

to the

wohm

with them,feeingthey will be kept in no fold. Bur,

tha~

the

Shepheard

endured not: but ratherthan they !hould, He would. When it

cam~

to this; who lhall goe thither,

PaJfor,

or

ovium,

the

sheepe,

on-he

Shepheard.?

Sinite

hoJ abire

(they bee Hisowne words)

Let the,goethtir way; lettheSheepegoe,

and

fmite the

Shepheard;

Sentence Him to be carried thither. The

Sheepe

were to

be

they lhould have beene : bm, the

Shepheard

was.

In Sangrline noflro,

it lhould

have beene,

In fanguim

j11g,

His blsud,

it was.

So, to fpare ours, HefpiltHis

owne~

:n

h,

.

Thither now

He

u

hrought.

Brought thithet', by His owne

Uot~d-Jheddi~~t '

,;,:~~.

ragamt

Wee can under!land that,

~ell

:

.b~t

nor, how Hee lhould

be~

bro11ght thenreb;

H1sblottd.

·

Yet;

theTexus plame, how He was brought agame,

mfanguimby

Hisb!ostd.

Firll:then; let us make G o o, the G o o

ofpeace :

and, when Hee is

fo,'you

foone fee H_im

bring Hi'!' backe, againe.

That, which broke the

peace

.(as

we faid)

the very dung that earned H1m

to

the

Crojfe,

tooke H1m downe thence

dead,

carried

Him

to

His grave, and therelodged Him among the

dead,

wasfin. Away with

finne

~~~P-9·,.·

then, that fotherc may be

pea.-e.

Bur, there is no

taking away fin; btttby

ft~tddingof

b!Md;

the b/QIId,either of

Pajlor,

or of

ovi11m,

one of them.

Why

th~n,

here is

/,louef;

even the

ShepheardJ hleud:

and.foeditis

;and,

by

the

!bedding ofit,fin is taken away;and with fin

CodJ difl>leafure.

It is the

Apoftles

owne.

word

(

Ephej.II;

XVI'.)

Hatred

w,u

flaine;

and fo,

hatredbeing

llaine,

peace

followed

EpheC>.• 4 •

of her owneaccord.

He wtU-or1rpeace

(faith the

r...Apojlle)

in oneplace : He made our

Col. uo.

peitce;

or

pacifiedall6y Hi; b!011d,

in another.

j

Jn

San~uine;

By

t&e •toud.

. Now thc:n,upon thispeace,He,that was before carried away,was

f>rottght bdtke4:

gaine:

And fo, well might be. For, all being difcharged, Heewas then eo bee

inter

Pf>i.S8.

·mortuoJ liher,

no longer bound, but

free from thedead:

not to be kept in prif(>n any

longer, but, to come forth againe. And, by

Hi; very

btor~d,

to come forth againe.

For, it was ofthe narure of a

Ranfome

;

which being layd downe, the Prifoner,

that

was brought thither, is to goe thence, whither He will. For, aRanfome hathp·

tejlatem edttelivam

or

redutlivam,

a power to bring forth, or

hring backe againe

frm

.any

captivitie~

. '

1Sam. ~.~;

.

InboththefetlriiJgings, Go ohadHishand: Go o

hringethtsdeath,

andbrm·

geth bMka a$aine.

True (if ever) in this

Shcpheard. Brought Htm to the dead,

as the

Lord of Hojts.

hrottght Him from the dead,

as being now pacified, and the Go

n

of

peace.

Out ofHis

jujlite, God[mit

the

Shepheard;

out of His

love

to Hts

fheepe?

the

Shepheard

was

[mitten.

B_ut,

qr~em

deduxit iratsu,red11xitptac4tsu,

whom, of

HISJUil:

wrathagainll fin,He brought thither; now having

fi•lfilledall righteMfm!fe,

Hewas

to

bring thenceagaine. Andfo,

hroughtbackeHewas;

and, thefamcwaythatHee

was carriedthither. Carried, the way of

jr~flice,

to fatisfie for them, Hee hadun–

dertaken for. And having fully fatisfied for them, was invery

Itiflic~,

to

be

brought

backe

againe. And fo He \Vas : Go o accepted His

pa.fion

in

full fausfachon,

gave

prefent order, for His

raifing againe.

·

.

And,letnotthisphrafe,ofCods

6ringiJJg hacke,

or ofC HR.

r s

T

s

mnmmfb

4

cfe;

of

Go os

rai{ing Him,

or of C H

R

Is T

s

rifing,

any thing trouble you.. !he

Re·

I

JurreCiionisoneemire

Act

oftivo

joynt

r...AgeNts,

that both had their handsmlt•lh

A–

: fcribed onewhile to CH

R

Is

T

Himfclfe, that He

rofe,

that He

came backe,to

ew,

lob.

i~.tS.

that He had power

to/ay downe

llir

life, andpower to take it againe:

Anotherw~'{{'

to

Cod;

tilll.t

He

r.aifrdHim.

that He

/;~ought

1/im

b~t~ke

i

CO

lhew,,chat

cudwfuisfie4