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1

.0.4.1%,

Clean

perlons,

types

of

Chrifi.

r.

the

truth ofChritts

humane

nature,

being

ofthe

fame

red

earth

that

the

firft

Adana body was.

2.

the

grie-

voufneffe of finne

which he was to

undertake,

and

the

fcarlet

ttaine

of

it.

3.

the bitter

and

bloody paffion

of

¡fay

1.1

8.

Chrift, and

his

cruell death.

The

red

skin

of

the

Cow

Ifa.63.t.

refembled

the

red

garments

of

Chrift

all

befprinkled

:

s.

With

his

owne

blood.

2.

with

the blood

ofhis

con-

quered enemies.

3.

prefented

unto his

father,

like

the

coat

of

Iofeph, all

ffained

with

blood.

3.

The

Cow

twin}

be

without

fpot or

blemifh

:

to

lignifie

the

purity

of

our Lord

Iefus,

in

whom was

never

any

fpot or

l

aine

offinne.

Though

he

was

contented

to

be

counted

a fin

-

ner,

yet he was

no

tanner

:

And

though

he had

finne

on

himfelfe,

he had none

in

himfelfe

:

as

the Cow

was

slain

for

fin,

not

being

fi Mull.

Chrift

was ruddy

through

his

paffion,

yet

molt

white

and fpotleffe

by

his

molt perfect cant.sro.

and

abfolute

righteoufi:efl'e.

She

mutt

be

without

yoke,

on which never

yoke

came

:

fignifying,

i

.

that

Chrift

(not

neceífarily,

but)

voluntarily

tooke

our nature,

that

he might

free

as from

our yoke.

2.

his abfolute free-

dome

from

all

the yoke

of

finne,

farther then

he volun-

tarily

undertooke the

burthen

of

it.

3.

that

he

was

ne-

der fubjeet to the yoke

of

humane

precepts and

corn-

e

mandement, being the Law-giver

to

prefcribe Lawes

to

all,

not

to

receive

Lawes from

any.

4. that

none could

compell

him

to

fufl'er

for

finne,

but

his

whole

obedience

active

and

paffive,

was

a

freewill offering,

hee having

power

to

lay

downe

his

life,

and

to

take

it

up againe.

5. he

was

more

free

from the

yoke

then

any

red

heifer

could

be.

She

indeed

rnufl be free

in

her

felfe

:

he

not

onely free

in himfelfe,but he mutt

free all

beleevers from

,1

the

yoke;

whom

the

fonne

fits

free, they are free in-

deed.

I

I

I.

The

actions about the

Cow were

five, ver.

s.

1.

Action.

r

The

congregation

mutt

deliver the

Cow

to

be

faine

:

fo

was

Chrift delivered

to

be

Elaine

by

the

N

whole