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Confecration

o

f

prief,r,a

type

of

Chrif.

n

I

I

Prief}

was

the

peace-offering,

or the

Euchariflïcall

facri-

tice;

the

ufe

of

which

was,both that

.laron fhould

(hew

his

thankfulneffe

toGod

who

had advanced him

to

fo

high

an office,

as

allo

to

obtaine

of

God

by

prayer

finch

high

and excellent

gifts

as

were

need

Full

for the executi-

on

ofthe

fame

:

and

this

poinreth direeily

at

Jefus Chrift.

I.

The blood

of

this

Lambe

was

to

be

put

on

the

lap

of

Aarons eare,

upon

the thumbe

of

his

right

hand,

and

on

the great toe

of

his

right foot.

Signifying

r

.

That

ail

the

ac`}ions

of

Chrift,

his

hands, feet

atad

parts

were red

with

his

paflion.

Pfal.

2

2.

16. they

pierced

ray

hands

And

feet.

2.

The

whole

obedience

ofjefus

Chrift

to

his

fa-

ther even

to the

death,

called

a

piercing

or

hoaring

ofthe

eare.

3.

That it

is,

Chrifl

who fanaifieth

the

cares,

hands,

and

feet

of

the

Prief} and

people.

The

eare

to

beare

divine Oracles, the

Prieffs

mutt

firft

learne then

teach.

The

hands

to

worke the

ac}ions

ofgrace

and

ho.

lineffe.

The

feet

to

diwep

and lead

into

all

holy

moti-

ons and

converfation,

arnuf}

be

wafhed

by

the blood

of

Chrift

that we

may

be

'W

holly

cleane.

As

both our

Sa-

viourteacheth

by

the wafhing

of

the difciples

feet,

John

r

3.

5,

6.

As

alto

in

Peters

requeff, Lord

not

my

feet

onely,

but

my

hands

and head,

John

i

3.9.

2.

A

part of

this

fa-

crifice

went

to the

Priel'

},

part

to the

offerer,

fgnifying

that

both

Prief}and

people

have

part and

interef}

in

the

death

of

Chrift;

as

alto

that Chrift did

not onely

deliver

himfel

e

to

death

for us,as

this

Ram,but

alfò

giveth

him-

felfe

to

feed us

to

eternall

life.

Iohn

6.5

5.

y

f

efh

ie

meate indeed.

3.

It

mutt be

heaved

up before the

Lord,

and

fhaken

too

and fro

every

way.

ver.

26.

Signifying

r .

The

lifting

up and

heaving

of

Chrit}

upon the

Crofe.

2.

The heaving

up

of

our

hearts

in thankfialneffe

to God

for

fo

great

benefits.

3.

That the merits

of

Chrift

our

true

facrifice, and

benefits

of

his

death fbould,

by

the

preaching

and

publication

ofthe

Gofpell,be

fpred abroad

into

all

corners

ofthe world,

as

that

facrifice was fhaken

every

3.

A peace of-

fring,or

f.icri-

fice

Pucharif}i.

call.

Paniculars

4.

Pf

l

ço,6.