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ConfiCrdtiotaOf

prieffo

t,ype

of

Chrift.

sampaavema..IKO__.

Note.

wafh

and

purgé

all with

the blood

of

Chnf.

Notes of

it.

every

way,

Eafl,

Weft,

North,

and

South.

4. This

fa-

crifice

mullalwayes

be offered

up

with

cakes

of

unlea-

vened bread

tempred

with

oyle,ver.

%3.

Signifying,t

.the

moll

perfec9

purity

ofChrifts

life and

dot

rine

without

all

leaven

of

finne.

a.

That Prieft

and people

mull

in

fervice

to

God

lay afide all

leaven

of

malicioufneffe.

3.

The

oyle notes the

foft and loving

kindneffe

of

God

and

Iefus

Chrif},chearing

and

fuppling

the

confci-

ence

by the

fweet

meditation

of it

;

as

alto

how

joy-

fully

and

gladly

we

ought to

ferve

the

Lord

,

and

with

cheerefulneffe

prefent before hire

all

the

parts

of

his

worfhip.

Note

hence,

as

the

care,

hands,

and feete

of

the

high

Prielt

muff be touched

with

blood before

he

attempt

any

part

of

his

office

:

fo

our care

muff

be

that

all

=parts

all

our

af}ions

and

affeaions

bee

touched

and

purged

with

the blood

of

Chrifl.

So

David,

'PM

5

I...

wafh

methroughly.

Reafon.

2.

Becaufe finne

bath

defiled

the whole

man; all

his

parts,

all

his

actions,

all

within

him,

all

without

him.

2.

This

fouleneffe

flicks fo fàíl,

as

it

is no eafie

matter to

bee cleanfed.

Nothing in

the

world

can

fetch

but

this

foile

but

the

blood of Chrift.

Not

all

the water

in the

fea,

nor

all

the holy

water

in

the

Sea

of

Rome

can

wafh

away

one

firm.

3. All

thou

docfl

or

performed depends

upon the

merit

of

this

blood,

and

dignity

of

this perfon

and

pafllon

for

accep-

tance. The

knowledge

of

thy duty mutt

be

fprinkled

with

this

blood,fór that

is

fignified

by

the

care.

The

un-

dertaking

of

duty,

by the hand. The progref

e

and per

-

feverance

in

it

by

the foot.

All

muff bee

prefented

in

him

and

by

him,and

finde

grace

and acceptance.

lfI

wafh

thee

not,

thou haft

no

part in

me.

u.

How

may

I

know

that

the blood

of

Chrift

hath

touched

and

purged

me

?

An¡:

1.

It

is

not

enough

that

Chriffs

blood

be

flied,

but

it

muff

alto

be

fprinkled.

If

thou conteuteft

not

thy

felfe