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Ionah

a

type

of

Chriffi.

admire

Gods power

and

wifdome,,And patiently

With

Ionah

expe

6

after

darknefle

light. And

feeingGotican

turne

the

greatefl

eviil

into the

greaten good

of

his

Church;

let

us

lat'our to

make benefit ofall

evì`lls

hap-

ning to cur

(elves

and

others.

1.

Even

of

our fumes

thervfelves,

to make

us

more

humble and

watchVull

for

time

to

come. z.

Of

our.

fufferirags,as Ionah

and

Chrift

learned

obedience

by

the

things

they

iûffered.

V.

In

the

type

and

truth

we

have,

frfl

terror

on

the

one hand

;fecondly

coznf<<

rt

on the

other.

r

Wee

iee

the

waightof

finne

committed

pvetfed

iol

h

into

the

deepefi

fea

devils

;

and

fume

imputed'thru(l Chrift

into

a

deeper

fea,

even

the deepefl

hell. Both

feeen

left

ofGod

in

the

hands

ofdeath; both

cry

our

as

left

in

the

depth

of

hell.

r.

Doe

thou

r.w

from

God-aid

dirty,

and

though thou

betel

Gods

childe,

thou

mail}

finde

God

purfuing

thee,as

ifhe

Were

an

utter

and--

irreconcileafrle

enemy.

z.

Make

as

light

a

reckoning

of

finne

as

thou

canfi,

the

leafl

of

them

(huts

us

or

Chrift

out of

heaven.

Doth

Chrifl undertake thy finne,

he fees

i?,Qt

eave,ntill

he

die

for

?

finne

imputed

will nñt

ilea

Chrift enter

into

heaven, but

by his

owne

blood,

yea

through I

e1.I

Thy

finne

repented

of

held

Chrift,

an

innocent,

ors

heaventill

he

dyed for it

:

but

where

(hall

ungod!Y'ard

impenitent

finners

appeare

?

z,

This fame collation

affords

ti

frandrygrounds of comfort.

t.

-Both

feerne

forfaken,neither

of

them

was fo;

but

both

of

them

goe

to

his

God.

There

is

no

time

nor

place

wherein

the

childe

of

God

may

not

boldly goe to

,God,

and pray

to

his

God, and

fay.:

My

God,

my

God.

z

No

deepe

is

fo

dee

pe

but

Gods

hand

can reach help

into

it,

even

into

the

Whales

belly, and

heart

of

the

earth.

3.

The

ex-

treatnefl

miry

and death

it

felfe

worke

to

good

to

the

godly.

See

it

in

Jonah

:

Where

w

í

feaYed

perdition,there

vaefi9taridrefirvation.

The Whales

belly

was

a

iorifon

indeed;

but

ro

prefervehim

alive;

a

sleep

gul

e

and

à

fea,

but

Vfes.

Terror

of

fin,

even

in

Gods

otvne children.

Andcòrrifqrt.

vGiputábatur

Pntcratttl, z,bi,cu-

,ßsilt