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Confecratien

ofptie/lr,a

type

ofChri/E.

Not,.

No

perfeEtion,

but

onely

in

Chrift.

Prieft

of

the new

Teftament ) removed

of

them, and

transferred

upon

the

beaft. And

not

onely

the

imputa-

tion

of

our finnes

upon

Chrift

;

but

alto

is

fignified

that

wee

mutt

lay

our

hand

by

a

true faith upon

Chrift

our

head,

if

we

expeì

any

comfort

from

his

death

and paf-

f

on. 4.

The

calfe

muff

be

killed before

the

Lord,

at

the

doore

ofthe

Tabernacle,ver.

I I

;

fignifying

both the

death

and crucifying of

Chrift,

as

allo

the

fruit

of

it

by

the

place.

That

by his

death,

as

by

a

doore,

an

entry

is

made

for

us

into the

Church

,

both militant

and

tri-

umphant, He6.

i

©.x®.

S.

The blood

of

that

fine

-of-

fering for

the

Prieft muft be

put

on

the

homes

of

the

Al-

tar, and

the

reft

powred

at

the

foot

ofthe

Altar,verf

r

:

fignifying

;

I.

The

fufficiency

of

Chrifts

death

to

purge

and

reconcile

us

to

God.

2.

The

plenty

of

grace and

merit

in

it

for

many

more then are

faved by

it.

For

being

fufficient

for

all,

it

is

not

helpfull

to

all,

nor to

any

that

tread

under foot this

precious

blood

;

the

extent

ofthe

benefit

is

to

all

the

efts.

3.

The

large

fpreading

and preaching

of

the

Gofpel

of

falvation

by

Chrifts

blood, through

all

the

coafts

and

corners of

the

earth (as

the

blood fprinckled on

the

foarecorners)

and that by

the

finger,

hand,

and

miniftery

of

men.

6.

The fat

mutt

bee

offered

unto

God;

but

the

flefh, skinne,

and

dung muft

be

burnt

with

fire

without

the

hoft

:

fignify-

ing

:

r.

That

Chrift

offered

himfelfe,

and

the

belt

parts

he

had,

fuffering

in

finite

and body.

2.

That

hee

muft

fufer without the heft, without the

gate

of

je-

rufalem,

H.6,

s

3.

r s.

and

carried

out

our

fines

out

of

Gods

fight. 3.

That

nothing

but blood

comes

on the

Altar

:

For

onely the

blood

of

Chrift his Sonne clean

-

fedi

us

from

all

fine.

Note

hence,

that

the Priefts

in

the

Law

muff bee

pat

in

mind that they

were

finners,and

needed

a

facrifice

for

themfelves. By

which

they

were

to

take

notice of

a

difference

betweene

themfelves and

our

high

PNieft.

s.

There