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134

High

Priet.r,

types

of

chrft.

Sin to

flight

them.

2.

As Pomegra-

n3ts.

3

As heires

of

the crowne

of

righteouCnefk.

or

(ands

unknowen,

or

trampled

in

the

dirt or mare,

is

as

good at when

it

is

taken

out.

Thou

that

art

an

enemy

to

good

men

:

I.

See

how

farce

thou art

from

Gods

judgement.

2.

If

thou

kneweft

their worth,

where

now thou trampleft

them,thou

would&

take them

into

thy

heart.

3.

One day thou (halt

defire

their glory,

but

too

late.

I

I.

The

robe

of

the

Ephod bath

comfort for

the

Poore

defpifed members

of

Christ,

whofe

eítare

is

figu-

red

by

the

Pomegranats.

Which,

i.

In

themfelves

have no

great

beauty

without,

or

on

the

outride.

2.

Their

place is

below,

and

they hang

in

the

skirt

of

the

garment

:

But

within,

I.

They carry the colour

of

blood,

arc

wafhed

in

the blood

of

Chrift.

z.

They

are

full

of

excellent

juyce and

liquor,

of

grace

and

pie

-

tie.

3.

They

call

a

Tweet finell

from them,

and leave

a

pleafant

favour behind them

:

And

therefore

Chrift

fattens them

to

himfelfe

infcparably,

as

the

Pomegra-

nats

were

fattened to

the

high

Priefts

garmenr.

Be

thou

a

fruitfull

Chriftian,

no

matter what

place

thou

art

in,

or

in

what

account

among

men

:

Our

high

Prieft

bath

ufe

of

thee,

and

mutt

not

goe

into the

Sanctuary

of

heaven

without

thee,

though

thou han3eft

in

the

skirt

of

his

garment.

I

i

I.

The

Miter

or

crowne

of

our

high

Prieft affureth

us,that

we

by

his

anointing

(hall

attaine

the

like

crowne.

For

bee

bath

trod

en

all

our enemies

not

onely

under

his

feet,

but

under

ours

alto,

Rom.

16. _o.

Let us

not

caft

downe

our hopes and

hearts

;

our

high

Prie

is

ftronger

then

all

the

enemies

that

can

rife

up

againft

the Church.

And

we

may

couragioufty

combat

again

ft

finne,

errours,

hereticks,

being lure of'

vic4ory

through the

Crowne

and

Miter

of

jefus Chrift.

This Miter

of

Christ

(hall

fetch

downe the

Miter

of

Antichrift

for

us.

This

Crowne

of

our high

Prieft

(hall

(hake

downe

his

tripple

Crowne,

and

bath

already

blafted him.

A

n.i

though

thefe