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Clean

perfons,

ypef

of

Chrifl.

red from

his

body and members,

which

is

his

Church.

3.

That

Chrift

1hould

die

indeed,

but

no

bone

of

him

muff be

broken, loh.

r

9.36. fhadowed

alto

in the

Palk-

Altar

z.

Rite.

The

Priefi muff fprinkle

the

blood

of

the

Game

offering upon

the

fide

of

the

Altar,

verf.9.

and

the

like

in

the

burnt

offering,

Ch.irp.I.I

S

:

fignifying

that

all

the

venue

and

merit

of

Chritfs blood for the

pur-

gingof

fauns,

was

drawee

from

the

Altar

of

his

Deity.

Aì.s®.i=,

He

muff

be

God

that

mull purchafe the

Church

with

his

blood, and

2.

Cor.

S.

t

9.

God

was in

Chrift.

3.

Rite.

All

the

reff

of

the blood

muff

be

powred out at

the

foot

of

the

Altar

:

fignifying

not

onely

the

powring out

ofthe

blood of

jefus

Chriff our

true

finne

offering

upon the

of

the Croife,

without

which

thedding

of

blood

can bee

no remifGon

of

finnes

:

but

alto

the

blood

pow

-

red

at

the foot

of

the

Altar,

that

is,

thole

clots

and

drops

of

blood

plentifully

flowing

from

him

in

his

agony

be-

fore his paffion, Luke

2.2.44.

as

hee was going

up

to the

Croffe.

2.

For

the

Dove

appointed for the burnt

of-

fering

(befides

the

former

rites

j

force

other

are ap-

Levit.i.i6.

pointed,

I.

The

Priefl

mu(}

plucks

out the maw

with

r

his feathers,

and call

them

befides

the

Altar

on

the Fall

fide

in

the place

of

the

afhes

:

For

thefe were

things

un-

i

cleave

;

and

figniñed

that Chriíf

fhould bring

no

un-

cleane

thing

to

his fuffering,

but

prefent

a

moil

fpotieffe

and

holy

oblation to

the

Lord

;

for

elfe had

it not

beene

of

fweet

finell.

2,

The

Prieft

muff

divide

and cleave

the

bird

with

his

wings,

but

not

afunder

:

fignifying

Chrifi, who

feemed

by

his

death

to

bee

burnt,

extinft,

and

perithed;

for

fohe

was

in

theelleeme

of

his

owne

difciples

as

they were

going

to Emmaus

:

but

yet

hee

was

nor

quite

fimdred,but role

againe by

his

owne

pow

-

¡er,

and

ever

Iiveth

fluting

at

his

Fathers

right

hand

to

make

requells for

us.

Yea his

owne words

might

feemo

to imply

a

fundring, when

he faith

;

Why

hf4

thou

for-

mes

:

bet that

the ingemination

of

his

former

words