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Holy

things,

types

of

C'ril.

.

7.

The

Lord

fo

ordered,

as

the

jewes

could

notcafl

their

eyes

any

way

within

doores or

without

,

but

force

fhadow

or

other íhould

meet

them,

and

preach unto

them

either Chrift or

force grace

by

Chrill, or

force

duty

unto

Chrifl.

In

the

fields

they

had

firfl

fruits;firfl

borne

of

cattell

:

In

their

houfes

the

lintels

moil

have

the

Law

written

:

In

their bodies Circumcifionwas

a

tea-

cher

:

on

their

cloathes, fringes:

if

at

their

tables,

choyce

of

meats

:

If

on

their

children

,

the

firft

borne

a

type

of

Chriff.

So

for times,places,

and

the refl.

But

that

wee

may

propound

to

our

felves

Tome

good

order

and familiar

method,in

which

we

mull

bound

our

difcourfe

:

We

mull

know

that

all

the holy things

in

the

old

Te[lament

poynting at Chr-ifl,'were

1.

Subtlantiall.

2.

Circumflantiall.

Subflantiall are

fuch as

concerne

the

parts

and fub[tance

of

Gods

worfhip.Circumflarrtial are

fuch

as

concern force inferior things about

that

worfhip.

The former

may

be

referred to

two

heads.

1.

Sacraments.

2.Sacrifices.The

difference:in

Sacraméts

we

fee

God

gi-

ving

us

all

good things

in

jefus

Chrifl

:

In Sacrifices

we

prefent

all

our duty

to God

by

jefus Chriil.

Now

for

the

Saeraméts

of

the old

&

new Teflamét

in

general,we

rnuf}

in

-one

word

know,

that

they

are

outward fgnes;

feales,

and

confirmations

of

Gods word

and

promife

of

grace.

For

the

Lord knowing

and

tendring

the

weakneffe

of

man

would

informe him

of

his

good

will

and pleafure

two

wales.

r.

He

would

fpeake

to

his

minde

and un-

derilan_ding

by

his word

and

promife.

2.

to

his

outward

fences

by

external'

Ggnes

and Sacraments,called

by

fume

of

the Fathers, viable

words.

He

is

wit contented

by

his

word

declare

his

will,

büt

aif®

by'Sacramcnts

to

wit

-

neffe

and

figne

that

word

,

for our

more

full

inflrue

ion

Ifbefore

the

fall

he covenauteth

(by his

ord)lic

upon

condition

of

works,

=hoe

addeth

a

twofold

figne

to the

fences

of

Adam,:

the

tree

of

life,

and`the

tree

of

-know-

ledge.

If

after:

thdfalthe

give

a

promife of

die bleífed

feed

203

.MI..01111,.......4._.

Subfiantiall

things pointing

at

Cirri.

Sacraments

and

Sacrifices.

Differences.

What

Sacra-

ments

are

in

generali.

Word

and Sa-

craments

g,oe

together..