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1"73

Cleane

perfons,

types

ofChri.

whole

body

ofthe

Iews.

2.

She nzuil

not

be

delivered

to

Aaron but to

Eleazer

his fiicceflòr

:

fignifyiñg

that the

death

of

Chrift

fervenh

all

the fucceffons and

ages

ofthe

Church, and

mutt be

taught

by

the minifiers

of

all

ages.

z.

Action.

She

mull

be

led

out

of

the

Camp,

and

there

burnt whole

to

ashes; her

skin,

flesh,

blood,

and

dung,

ver.

g.

Signifying

i

.

that

Christ

muff be led

out

of

the

gate

of

lerufalcm

to

igffer,

Heb.

13.

and

there

z.

mutt

be

crucified,

by

which

he was

made

a

whole

burnt

offering. 3.

that

whole

Chrift

is

our

comfort,his

flesh

our

meare, his

blood

our drinke,

yea the

very bale

dung

ofthofe

contumelies

call

upon

him were

a

part of

his

fa-

orifice

off:

red

up

in

the

fire

ofhis

pailìon

for

us,to fwee-

ten

and

fantifie

ours.

3.

Anion.

Eleazer mutt

take

ofthe

blood

with

his

finger,

and

sprinkle

towards

the

forefide

of

the

Tabernacle

of

the

affembly

leven

times,

ver.

4. Signifying

r.

the

purging

of

us

by

the

blood

of

Chrift fprinkled

on

the

confcience.

z.

that Chrifts

death

profits

none

to

whom

it

is

not

fpecially

applyed

for the

Cowes

blood

nauft be

not

flied onely,but fprink-

led.

3.

that

onely the people

and

congregation

of

Cod

have

benefit

of

the death

and

blood

of

Chrìft,for

it

was,

fprinklt:d

direnly

before the Tabernacle.

4.

the

(even

times

fprinitlïng

noteth

i

that that

one

oblation hath

venue

and

merit

enough.

z.

the perfeetion

of

jcaftifi

--

cation.

3.

the

need

of

often application

of

Chrifts

death.

4-_

the

duration

ofit

to

all

ages.

4.

A

Lion.

She,

host

bee

burnt

with

Cedar

wood

,

scarlet

lace,

and

hyfope,all

which

must

be

call into

the

fire

with

her,

ver.

6.

figrxifs'ing

r. three things

in

Chrift.

i

.

the

Cedar ofuncorrupt

lice.

z.

the

fcarlet

of

fervent

love

to

mankinde.

3.

the

hyfope

of

savoury

obedience

in

all

things

to

his

father,all

which

were

in all

his fuff'erings,

and

fire

of

his

paffirion

fweetning it.

z. they

noted

three

things

arifing

from Chrifts

sufferings.

r. immortality,

figirified

by

the Cedar, which

is

not

fubje

t

to

purre.fa-

¿tion.