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I

Clean

perfons,type.r of

arift.

Revel.

zi.8.

nor cart,

nor

burthens,

nor

(addle,

nor wooll,nor milk;

but

onely

to

feed

and dye;

befldes(while

they

live)their

filthy

wallowing

inmiery

lufls

and

puddles

of

corrupti-

on.

Some

like

the hare,

fearefull creatures

fhrinking

from faith

in

God

in

temptation,

and from profefïion

of

it

in

times

of

danger and perfecution;

more

fearing

crof-

fes

and

boffes

then God

himfelfe,or

the

Ioffe

of

falvation.

Thefe

uncleane

creatures cannot enter

into

heaven

:

The

fearefull,&c.(Mill have their

part

in

the lake,

ci

c.

Of

the

fame

ranke

are

the Conies, that burrow

and

treafure

in

earth, and negle&

to

treafure

where

theeves neither digge

through

nor

f#eale.

Mat.6.

9,2 o.

Some

like

the Ravens,

black

and unnatural',

feeding

on

carrion.

Some

like the

Ofirich,

groffe

hypocrites,

with

faire

wings

but

cannot

flye.

Some

like the

Sea

-meaw,

partly

living

on

water,

partly

on

land:

partly will

be

Paved

by

faith,

partly

by

workes

;

cary

fire and

water,

blow

hot

and cold,

ofany

or no religion.

And

fo

much

might be

faid

of

the

proper-

ties

of

the

refl.

See,

I

I.

t.

T

I.

The

fecond legallnncleaneneífe

was

caufed

from

By

an uncleane

within,

and

was by

the

unclean

ifl'üe

ofrnan or woman

;

i(íue.

for

which were appointed

ceremonies

of

purification,

Lev.

r

z.

and

cha.

i

5.6.

All

tilde

uncleane

iffues

(of

which

we

muff

rude

and

fpeake

muddily)

lead

us

by

What

it

teach-

the

hand,

i.

Into

our felves

and

the confideration

of

eth.

our

naturali

corruption,

the running

i{fues

of

which meet

as

every

where.

2.

Out ofour

felves

to

the remedy,

which

is

by

jefits

Chrifl our

fan

ifier.The defcription

of

this foulenefíe

fhewes

what

we

are

by natnre,and

in

the

firfl Adam.

The

maner

of

the

cleanfing

fhewes

what

we

are by grace, and

in

the

fecond

Adam,in

whom

alone.'

we

attainc cure and remedy.

To

explaine

which, wee

Ì.

mull

know that

t

.

Thole

lawes

concernilg

our un-

I

cleane