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Clean

perlons,

types

of

are.

Zach.

r

3..

I.

Every

Iew

had

his

waterpots

to

keep

wa-

ter for

daily purification,

Iehn

z..

6.

but now

the houle

of

David

and

Ierufalem,that

is,all

the

godly have

a

foun-

taine opened

by

the

death

of

Chrift.

We

mull

every

day

be wafhing

and cleanfing

our (elves

in

that fountaine,

from

all

filthineffe

of

flefh and Spirit.

Sett, V

I.

175

Goeto

Chrift,

wafh, and

be

cicane.

1

I.

The fecond meanes

ofpurging

legali uncleannelle

is

oblation,

or

offering

Tome

attonement

to

the

Lord,

this

direaly

leads

us

to Chrift.

For

howfoever

an

un-

cleane perfon

muff

wafh

himfelfe

and

his clothes,

yet

no

Iew

could

make=

attonement

for

himfelfe

:

but

this

was

coin

ron

to

all

uncleanneffes legal!,

the

Prieft

muff

make

an

attonement

for the

uncleane

perfon.

For

all

kin

-

cleannete

in generali,

Lev.

r6,

30.

In

fpeciall,

for

un

cleanneffe

in touchings.

Numb.

:9.

4.

In

:Pees,

Lev.

1

2.

8.

and

t

5.

i

5 .

In

leprcfie,

Lev.

r

4.

5

3.

Noting

by

the

way,

that

all

that we

can

doe,

cannot

make

attonement

for

the

leaft

fpot.of

f

nn

e.

Let

us

wafh our

felves

as

of-

ten

as

Naaman

in

Jordan;

yea

let

us

take fnow

water

to

us, and

wafh our

hands

moll

cleane;

yet

our owne cloths

,

will make

us

foule, and

God

will plunge

us

in the

pit,

if

our

Lord lefus

(the.high

Prief}

of. the new covenant)

make

not attonement

for

us.

A

fit

note

againfr all

humane

fatisfaaion

and merits.

The

offering

for the

legali uncleanneffe

by

touching,

was

done

by

the

facrifice of

a

red cow,and the

fprinkling

water

made

of

the

afhes

ofthat

red

-Cow,

prefcribed

by

God to

this

plirpofe,

Numb.

r

9.

called

water

of

expia-

tion. That

all

this ordinance typified

Chrifl:

to the Jews,

the

Apofile

expreffeth,

Heb. 9,

t

3,

r4. when

fromthe

blood

of

this

red cow

he leads us

to

the

blood

Of

Chrift,

faying :

If

the

blood

of

.bulls

and coats,

and

the

ages

an'

heifer,

rprinkliolgthem

that

are

unclean,

faníliieth

as

tou-

ching

Offering.

Chrift offered

himfelfe.

WaßvuL

not

fufficient

with-

out ofièring.

Red

Cow,

Chrifl.

P;'o

Chrißoaries,

p-to

agxus

proChriffo

vitu-

Ira,

pro Chriffo

htrcY.,

tot

4412

Ch'riffuds,

Aug..

_

¢,