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Confecratson

of

priells,a

type

of

arifi.

{

be

liker

Chrifi.

Thou

n

iflèt1

a

Sermon, or

the

Sacra

-

meat

;

thou

knowea

not what drops

of

pile thou haft

miffed.

4.

Have

a

care

to

walke

as

fuch

as

are anoint-

ed,

finelling

fweet every where

in holy

lives,

fpeaches,.

prayers

;

in all

things edifying thy

felfe

and

others.

Leave

a

fweet

finell

every

where

behinde thee. Let it

drop downe from

us

to

others round about

us.

The

third

thing

in

the

high

Priefts confecration was

facrificing,

Exod.29.1,

2.

In which,

i.

Obferve

in

generali,

that the

Priefls muff be

confecrated

by

offering

all

forts

of

ficrifices for

them;

and

therefore

they mutt

take

a

calfe,

two

racemes, unleavened bread,

cakes

and

oilc,verf

1,2.

i.

Becaufe

ofthe

fpeciall

holineffe and

honour

of

their

calling

who

are

to come

fo neere

unto

God, who

will

bee fpecially

fanciified

in

all

that

come

neere

him.

2.

Becaufè

finne

in

them

is

more hate

-

full

then

in

any

other,

and in

expiating

their

firmes, as

much

is

required

as

for

the

fumes

of

all

the Congregati-

on.

3.

Becaufe

they

were to

offer

unto

God

all

the

gifts

and facrifices

of

all

the people

of

all

forts

;

and

therefore

for

them mull

be

offered

all

forts,

to

fanâ

ifie

them

not

onely

in

generall,

but to

their

fpeciall fervices

betweene

God

and his

people.

z:

In particular

:

The

firll

of

thefefacrifices mull

be

a

finne

offering, verte

To.

For

which they muff;

r

.

Take

a

calfe

and

offer

him

for the expiation

of

finne,verfe

14.

This

Yong

can

was

a

type

of Chrif,

who

onely

by

his

owne

oblation expi-

ated

OWN

finne, which

otherwife

made

our felves

and

I

dutiesmoft

hateful'.

z. This calfe

muff be

prefented

before

the

Lord

and his

Congregation

:

fignifying

the

willingneffe

of

Chrif}

to

offer

up himfelfe for

the

firmes

of

men,

John. i 9.1

r

.

3.

Aaron and

his font,es

mufl

put their hands

on

the

head

of

the

calfe,

verf

a

o not

onely

to

canf'effe

they

were worthy to

die

for

their own

(inns,

but

to

profefl'e alfo

that the death

which they

deferved,

was

by

the death

of

the

Meffiah

(the

high

Prieft

107

3.

Sacrificing.

Three

forts

of

ficrifices.

r.

A finne

of=

fering

Particulars

6.