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High prit'f.r,

a

type

of

ar.i

fi.

143

weepe

not,he mull dye.

So Joel

2.1

7.all

the

priefls muff

howle,and

cry,and

weepe

between the porch

and

the

Altar.

aria

wept

often,

and

all

for

finne

:

as,

for

Lazartu,

on

the Crcffe,

over

Tel

ufalem.

Whence

we

note

:

z.

That

the proper

cat

fe

of

mourning,

is

finne.

He

that

muff:

not

flied

a

teare

for

any

other

caufè

in the

world,

mutt fbed

reares for his

fin

upon

pain

of

death. Oh that

they

would

thinke

ofthis

that

glory

in

their

finne

!

2.

het

us fo

or-

der our

affections,

as

that

our principali

nsourniMg

may

be

for

our

fumes;

and

binde up

our

aft:,Ctions

for

out

-

ward

and natural!

loffes

and croffes, fo

as

wee

may

have

them

looted

in

fpirituall.

This law tells

us,

that

forow

for our onely

fo.ine

or brother,or

the deare wife

that

li-

eth

in

our

bofome, ought to

be no

forow

in

comparifon

of

forow

for finne.

Which, I.

feparates

from

God

:

2.

makes

Chrift

l

abfent,

and

Eland

aboofe

:

3.

grieves

the

Spirit;

and

makes

him

he

avy

towards

us

:

4. fepe-

rates tbule

from body,

yea

(without

repentance)

foule

and

body

from heaven

and

happineffe.

Let

us,who

have

bane

exceflive

in

worldly forow,

turne the

flrcame

a-

gainfl

our

finnes; and in

all

croffes

fet

our

heavineffe ra-

ther upon

forme

fume in

our felves,which

might

caufe

the

croffe,

then

on

the

croffe

it

felfe.

See. VI

L

Now

it

followeth

that

we

thew how

the

Priefis

fi-

gured

Chrift

in

their

minifieriall

actions.

Of

thefe

kinde

ofa

Lions Come

were

common

to inferiour

Priefts,Come

proper

to the

high Priefl.

1.

Common

a

`lions

were

fix.

i.

The

Prieft

muff

kill

the

facriñces

and

none but

he:

fignifyingjefus

Chrifl

his voluntary

ac`lion

in

laying

downe

his

life for

belee-

vers

;

none

could take away

his

life

from him.

And

het

was

to

be

afwell the

Priefl

as

the

facrifice; John'

to.

i

8.

i

have

power to lay

downe my

life.

i.

The

priefls

offred

the

blood'of the facrif

ces

to God,

and

fp'rinkled

ken

the

1

Sin,

the

proper

taufe

of

mour-

ning.

Mifchiefcs

of

finne.

z.

Minifteriall

aeiions

of

the

Priefls.

Common

tfti.

ons

of

all

Priefis

:

6.