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Glean

perfons,types

of

Chrifi.

clean birth,

and

the womans

purification

after

every

birth,

put

both the

Jewes

and

us

in

minde

how that

the

common

nature

of

man

is

horribly polluted

by

fin,which

is

every where

called by

th;name

of

uncleaneneffe;Pjal.

51,

5.

Behold

I

was

borne

in

iniquity, and

infinne

hath

my

mother

conceived me.

Ifa.

64.6

We have all

beene as

an

un-

cleane

thing, and

all

our righteoufne

fe

as

filthy

clouts, Iob

14.4.

Who can

bring

a

cleane

thing

out

of

iltbine

fe

?

there

Gene arum

fe-

is

not

one.

Iohn

3.6

,That

which

is

borne

ofthe

f

ef95,ie

fdefh;

quitxrxatxrarn

'becaufe

that which

is

begotten,

participateth of

the

na-

1

gencrantis.

ture

of

that

which

lgetteth.

And

this

uncleaneneffe

is

not

in any

one

part,

but

flicks

to the whole

man

both in

body

asid

foule, polluting

the

minde

with

blindneffe, the

1

will

with

rebellion againft the will

of

God,

the

confci-

ence

with

fenfelefileffe

and

horrour, the

affec

ions

with

all

maner

of

diforder, the whole

outward

man

with're-

fiftance

and

repugnancy

to the

Spirit.

dorm.

8.7.

2

As

from

there

inward

iffues

the

outward

man

was many

'1

wayes polluted

: So

the

jewes

and we are put

in

minde,

that

from that

filthy

puddle and fountaine

of

originali

finne

iffue

continually

many

uncleane

iffues

into

the

life

and converfation.

Mat.

15.

i

9. Out

of

the

heart

come

evill

thoughts,

insert

hers,

adulteries,

fornication:, thefts,

falfe

teflimonies,

plunders:

There are the things

which

de-

file the

man. 3.

M

thefe uncleane iffues

defiled

whatfo-

ever

they touched, Lev.

i

5.4.

to

the

i

5. fo

herein

is

no-

ted to them

and

us,

the

iiafec`lion

of

finne

and

fpreading

of

it,

and

that

the

corruption

of

nature

(which

will

put

forth it

felfe

in

every

thing)

polluteth

all

that we

touch

:

Tit.

i.

i

5.

ynto

them

that are

defiled

and unbeleeving,

is

nothing

pure, but

even

their

minder

and

confciences

are

de-

filed.

4.

As

thofe

uncleane

iffues

excluded

and

flint

them

out

of

the campe

and

fociety

of

Gods

people till

they were

ftaid

:

fo

the

foule

iffues

ofnaturall corruption

(till

flopped

and

flayed by

grace)

effrange

us

from

God,

and

from the common wealth of' Ifrael.

Ephef. 2.

I Z.

M

2'

The

1.