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Salomon a

type

Jot

Chrill.

I

83

lots

for the living

child,

as

all

Ifrael

hearingthe

judge_

mentfeared

the

King;

for

they

faro that

the

zrifdome

of

god,

wu

in

him

to

doejufice,

i.Kïng.

3-.28.

But

ourSalomort

is

the

¡Lift

judge

of

all

the

world, who

thail

palle

a

righteous

fentence

betweene

the

godly

and

the wicked,

in

that great

and

terrible

day.Mat.

z

5.when

all

flefh

Thal

fee

and

admire the wifdome

and

power

of

God

in

him

to

doe

Suffice.

For

application,

briefly.

I.

eAr

greater

then

Salomon

is

heare,

Luk,I

r

.31...

r.

Hence

our

Saviour

perfwades

to

come

to

him

to

partake

of

his

wifdome, wealth,

peace,

grace.

But the

Cueene

of

the

South

(hall rife up againfl

this generation.

For

Thee i

.

a

woman

of

weake

fexe.

2. a

Queene

enjoying

pleafures

at

home.

3.

undertooke

a

long

journey from

the cads

of

the

earth,

Mat.

12.42#

4.

Set

afide

the weighty

affaires

of

her

kingdom;, the

charge

of

her

journey

and

gifts

to

Salomon

not

fmall,

i.

King.

10#

o:

the

dangers, wearineffe, and

all

to

heare

the

wifdome

of

Salomon,

yet

as a

Gentile

did

all

this

:

But

many

men

and

women

profeffing

Chrillianity

will not

flep

over

their threfholds to

heare

the

wifdome

of

a

greater

then

Salomon.

06:

if

Salamon

or

Chrift were

heere,we

would.

Sol.

j.

Thejewes

would

fay

fo,but

would

not.

2.

Hee

that

heares you,

heareth

mee.

3.°

He-that will

not

heare

us,

would not

heare

Chrift

himfelfe.

Ob :

Wee

have

bufineffe

and

occafions.

Sol

:

1.

Many

make

occafions

which might

be

avoi-

ded.

z.

Many

pretend

occafions.

3.

Many

have

occafions,

but

fo

had this

Queene,

who would

not

be

kindred

from

Salomon

by

the

weighty

affaires

of

a

kingdome.

4. Whofe

occafions

ordinarily

hinder

theth,

they fhall

never

tafte

of

the

fiapper.

z.

Hence

wee

mull

labour

to

account

it

our happineffe

that wee'

may have

liberty

to

wait

on

the

true

Salomon.

So

the

Ou

eene

?fSaba: Happy are

thy

fer

vants

that

may attend

G

z

on

yfe.i.

Duties to

Chrifl,

our

Sa

toman.

I.Heare

him.

i.Wait

on him

and thinke

thy

felfe

therein

happy.