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Some

OBSERVATIONS

preluded

upon this

Parable

of

the

V

1

N

E,

o1-1N

15.

1,2.

I

am

the true Vine,

and

my

Father

is

the Husbandman:

.livery

branch

in

me

that

beareth not

fruit,

he

taketh

away :

and

every

branch

that

beareth

fruit,

he

purgeth

it, that

it

may

bring

forth

more

fruit.

The

fumme

and divifion

of

the words,

and

fubjett

of

this

Diféour

fe.

aire and fruitful! Parable

this

is,

fpread

forth

into

many

Branches. In which, under the plea

-

fant

fhadow

of

a

Vine,

(upon

occafion they

had

but

newly

been

real!,

partakers

of

his

blood

in

the fruit

of

the

Vine)

Chrift elegantly

fers

forth

himifelf

in his

relation

to

his vifible

Church, and

The

eflate

of

his

Apoflles,

and

in

them,

of

all vifible

Profeffors

to

the end

ofche

world

Sheaving

withall under

that

fimilitude,

A

3

what