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Sacraments or-

dinary and ex-

traordinary.

Antitypes.

Holy

things,

types

of

chr/1.

feed,Gen.3.

z

S.he

enjoyneth

to

Adam

outward

facrifices

and fignes

of

that his

word.

If

to antient

beleevers be-

fore Chrift

he promife deliverance

from

finne,

death,

and

hell

on condition

of

faith

in

the

Mefiiah

to

come,

he

fealeth

up

this promife

by

two

ftanding Sacraments

:

Circumcifion,

and

the Paffeover.

If

to

beleevers of the

new Teftatnent he accomplilh

in

his

Sonne,

all

thofe

an-

tient

promifes, and

now

preach falvation

to

all

that

be-

leeve

in

the

name

of

Chrift

crucified, dead,

buried,

ray

-

fed,afcended, and fitting at the

right

hand

of

his

father,

as

/oh.

3.

i

6,

This promife he

confirmeth

with

two

Sa-

craments, Baptifine,

and

the

Lords

Supper,

as

fpeciall

feales

of

his grace.

Thus

is

the Lord

Rill

like

himfelfe

in

all

ages, and

provideth

fully

for

our

direcion

and con-

solation,

for

our ftrength

and

affurance

in

the

Covenant

o

f

grace

and falvation.

But

to

come

nearer

our

purpofe. The

Sacraments

of

the old Teflament were either

before

the

fall

,

or after.

Of

the

Sacraments

in

Paradife before

the

fall

;

we

are

not

to

fpeake,

as

the

tree

ofknowledge,

and the

tree oflife

:

Becau

e

t.

They

fealed

the

Covenant

of

works,

net

the

Covenant ofgrace.

2.

They

concerned

the

firft

Adam

without

any

refpeet or

reference to the fecond Adam

There was

no need

ofChriff,

and

coníeciuently no

type

ofhim.

Wee

are

onely

to

fpeake

ofjewifh

Sacraments

types

ofjefus Chrift,

and

fo

reLeet

them which

never

aymed

at

Chrift,

but

were

before

any

diftinaion

ofjew

or

Gentile.Thefejewifh

Sacraments

were either

i.

Or-

dinary or

f}anding. 2.

Extraordinary

and occafionall.

Ordinary

were

i.

Circumcifion.

2.

Paffeover

Cir-

cumcifion was

the

Sacrament

of

entrance and

receiving

the Jew

into Gods

covenant.

The

Paffeover

was

a

Sa-

cramentofcontinuance and

growth

in

that

Covenant.

Extraordinary,

which

were

in forne

refemblance

both

to

them,

and

the

two

Sacraments

of

the

new

Tefta-

I

ment.

t.

To

Circumcifion

and

Baptifme

anfwered

the

Sacraments