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166

Cleaneperfons,

types

of

ChriFl®

-4

Con;

r

tium.

3

Loc

rsr.

P

ræmirtm.

Paine

and

dan-

ger.

Signes

of

finne

ani

leprolïc.

both

in

civili

and

divine ordinances

for many

dayes;

and

if

they

proved

incurable

(

fuppofe

them

Kings)

they

were

utterly

and

for ever excluded

the

boll,

as

t'z-

ziah,

z.

King.

15.

5.

Neither might

they

come

to the

Temple

to

joine

in

holy

things

;

for

the Temple was

le

gaily

the

moll

holy

place, and

no

polluted thing

might

enter

into

it

:

So

in

our

finne

unrepented,

We

are

out

of

the

campe,aliens from

God.

Sinne (huts

out

of

the

com-

munion

of

faith and

Saints

;

(huts out

of

the

fate of

grace

and

làlvation

;

it (huts

out

of

the

Congregation

of

God

in earth

and heaven

:

No

fellowfbip, place,

or re-

ward

with

them.

6.

Of

all

difeafes

none

is

rrore

pain

-

full,

forrowfulI, mortall,or

incurable

;

and

therefore

they

were

enjoyned

to put on mournfull

garments

,

feeing

God

had

infliJed

fo

lamentable

a

difeafe

on them,

hardly

and

feldomecured

as

mot

did

cary

it

unto death,

as

Gehezi and

Azariah.

In

which

the-Lord

(as in

a

glaffe)

would

thew

us

the

extreme forrowes

and

pairies

that

wait

on

finne

unpardoned

;

forrows

of

this

life

and

of

the

life to come

:

And

that we

fhould

put

on mourning

garments

of

timely forrow,

and

afflia

ourfelves

for

our

fnnes,

feeing

wee

are

all

poifoned with

fo

incurable

a

difeafe

,

as

there

is

no

hope

to

expel

any cure

in

this

life

;

for

every

man

carries

the

running

iffues

of

finne

to

his

death naturall,the molt

to

the-death

eternall. 7.

The

Sgnes and

fymptomes

of leprofie

are

rnof

correfpon-

dent

to

the fymptorns

and

effeas

of

finne in

the

foule.

Y.

As

there

is

a

debility and

weakneffe

of'

all

parts

becaufe

the

fpirits are exhaufled

:

fo

finne

weakens

all

faculties, becaufe

the fpirit

of

grace

is

refilled

and

dri-

ven

out.

2.

There

is a

tumour and fwelling

in

the

flefh

:

here

a

tumour

and

proud

five1ling

of

miede;

none

more proud then hee

who

bath

leali

caute,

3.

There is burning

and

thirf

through

the

adult

and

burnt

bloodbXeláncholy

whereof

it

arifeth

:

here

is

inflammationAnd.burning

of

anger,

of

Idit,

and

thirft af-

ter