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High

prief1s

apparel,a

type

of

C'hrifi.

Illudquod

C[°ri-

ßianàfumwt,

pro.

pter

nor

eß;

quod

autem

prapwfati

fumus,

propter

z

os

e(t.

Aug.

de

Paftor.cap.

i.

Itlud

quod

mun-

daiai

fasmws

(po

tiws

vain

Ceri.

ßiana)

pt.

opter

nos

eft.

7.

Still

keep

on

thrCcholy

gar-

mcnts.

his

breath

:

fo

mull

the minifler

his

fleckeommitted

to

him;

who mull

be deare

to

him, and taken

up

into

his

heart.

And hearty

love

would

force

them

to feed the

flock,

in feafon,

out

of

feafon,

and

let

forward

their

falva-

tion

and

inflruciion;

and

feeke them, not theirs. In that

we

Minifters are

Chriftians,

we

are

fo (or

our felve.r;

but

in

that

we

are

Minifters of

Chrifi,

we

arefo

forlox.

Some

wholly forget the

fecond,

and

I

with

not the

firíl

too.

Who

may

rather

fay

:

In

that

wee

are

worldlin f

(rather

then Ch; iftians)

we

are

fo

for

otar

[elves.

Their

flockes

are (lightly

engraven

in

their

hearts,

V

I

I.

As

the

Prier

s

had

thefe garments

girded

unto

them

:

fo

mua

milliflers gird

fait

unto

them

the

fe

gar-

ments

;

for thefe garments

differ

fornewhat

from theirs.

They

might

put

offtheir

garments

when

they

came

cut

ofthe

holy

place

:

but

miniflers

ofthe

Gofpell

may

not

put

off

theirs when they corne

out

of

the Church;no nor

when

they goe to

bed,nor

about

any

bufinef

e;

they

mutt

never

come

off.

Many

are

fo

diffolute

and

ungirt,

and

there

garments

are

fo

loofe

on

them,

as

they

give

juft

oc-

cafìon

to the

people

to

fay;

that

they

be

good

only

in the

Pulpit;and

fo

their

people

learne

of them

to

be

good

on-

ly

in

the

Church.

Wee

mull

girt our

graces

fail

to

us.

This

is

the

onely

minifleriall apparrell appointed

by

God.

I.

Three des

for

the people.

Twofold

in-

í}cuftion.

Sett.

V.

Now

for

the

people

of

God

I.

Thefe garments

were

never changed. Though

the

high

Prieft

dyed,

yet

his apparell

remained

and was

put

upon

the

next.

This

teacheth

us

that

we

all

have but

one

high

Prierl,

whole

robes

we

mull

put

on,

which

are

lo-

fting

and

never

worne

out.

For

i

.

there

was but

one

Mediator betweene

God

and

man

while

eXaron

lived

;

a

type

of

that

our

onely Mediator

betweene

God

and

man