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I7Z

a:

Vndeannefí'e

cured

by

wa(h-

ing,&

offering.

Cleaneperfons,

typer

óf Chri

ji.

fwine

in

the

nayre,and

never

are

cured

till

we

get

out

of

our

felves

to the high

Prief},

in

whom

onely

it

is

per

-

fetily

to

cleanfe

and

cure

us.

Now

feeing

in

this

glaf'fe

our

owne

difeafe

and

need

of

cure,

let

us returne

to

the

meanes

of

our cure

in

thefe

three

feverall

forts ofun-

cleanneffe ,

and

in

the

legali be

led

to

the cure

of

motall

uncleanneffe.

Thus

of

the kinds

of

legali

uncleanneffe.

Next,

all

I.egall uncleanneffe

was to

bee

cured

two

waies

:

1.

by

46lution

or

wafhing.

2.

by

obIatiórtor

offering.

Both

thefe

were

appoyntedfor

all

kinds,

as

in

particular.

1.

for

uncleane

touchings

and

tailings,

the

parties mutt

wafh

their

cloathes,

Levit.

I

i.

40.

2.

for

uncleane

iffues

they

muff

wafh

themfelves

and

their

cloathes, Levit.

15

.

i

3.

3.

for

uncleanneffe

of

Le-

proue they

mutt

wafh

themfelves,

their

cloathes,

and

befides

(have

c

ffall

their

haire , and

flay

feven dayes

without

the

campe,

Lev.'

4.8,9.

Wa4hiia2,

:blood

of

Quilt.

Exte,ná,/'ymGoli

e'r

p-rofefrottis.

Yerrtatrsrnternæ.

Sea.

Y.

I. The

firft

meanes

of

purging

Legali unclean

-

neffe

is

wafhing

;

which

fhadowed out the wafhing

of'

the

fanner in

the laver

of

Chrifls

blood.

All

the

water

in

the

fea

cannot

wafh

away the

leaff

finne

;

that

great

worke

is

appropriated

to

the blood

of

Chrifl-,

r

/oho

.

7,

the

blood

of

leffis

aril'

his

fanne cleanfeth

te.,s

from all

finne:

Rev.

i

.5

,who

loved

ur,

and

waled

us

from

our

f

nnet

in

his

blood:

which

blood

is

oppofed to

all

Iegall

wafh-

ings,He6.9.9.

O6jec`

.

Lev.

I

1.49.,

this

wafhing

is

called

a

faneti-

fication.

e

1nfw;

Sanfti£

cation

is

twofold

1.

by

the outward

fiigne;

2.

by

the inward truth. They

by

wafhing,

fym-

bolically and

in outward

profeffion

by

thefe

rites

fan

-

tified

themfelves

but thereby beleevers were

led

to

the