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The

Pa

Lover,

type

o

f

Chki

.

I

I

r. Obfervation. The

Lambe muff

be

flaine,ver.6:

fignifying

that

jefus

Chrift

being

(as

that

Lambe

of

à

yeare

old)in

his

.vigour

and ftrength

(who

by

reafon

of

his

age

and

ftrength might

have

lived

longer)

muff

not

onely

dye, but

by

a

violent

death,

and

that

by

Ifraell.

Noting I. that Chrift

mutt

be

put

to

death

by

the Jews,

2.

that.

the

benefit

and

merit

of

his

death redounds

to

his

Church.onely:The

Redeemer mull

come

unto Zion,

Ifa.S9..2o.

O6jeE .

How

was bee

then

a

lambe

flaine

from

the

beginning

of

the

World,

before the

Iewes were

in

peeing,

P

Sol.

Two

waks. r.

in

regard .of.Gods

decree,where3

of

a

promulgation

was

made

in prom.ifes

and

types,

and

an

acceptation

as

if

it

had

beenealready done

2. in

re-

gard

of

man

:

He was

flaine

onely

one

time

as to

the

a5

but

in

all

tuned

at

to

the

fruit

:

be:

aufe

the

perp

tuall

power

and

efficacy

of

Chrifts

facrifice

wasbegunne

with

the

world,and extended

to

allbeleevers of

aÍí

ageswlio

onely

diver

fly

apprehend

it

I

V.Obferv.The

lamb

muff be (lain

be:ween

two

eve

-

nings:

r. to put

them

in

remembrance

of

their delive

rance in

k

gyps,

which

waa

in the evening

2.

to

note

that our

Paschall

lambe

fhould be

flaine towards

the

e

vening of

the

world,

that

is,in

the

lait

times,

Fhb.

3.

that

Chrifts

facrifice

was

to

fucceed

in

the

fame

time

of

their

evening

facrifices,

which

were

daily

to

be

cffe-

red,

exod.29..

4 I.

and

foto

put

end

to them,

Dan.

r

22:

4.

to

note the very honre

as

well

as

the

day

of

Chrith

fiiffering on

the

Croffe.

To underftand

which

we

mutt

know that

thejewes

diftinguifhed their

artificiali day

into

foure parts:

From

fixe

to

nine,

from nine

to twelve,

from

twelve

to

three,

from

three

to

fixe:

Z

his:Iaft

part

was counted the evening

ofthe

day,- and the next three

houres

the

evening

ofthe

night

:

I

n

this

fourth

part

of

the day

i

fed

the

.Pafchall

lamb

to

be

flaine, and

the

refs

Of

the

Cbr

m

tif}

die

a

violent

death.

How

From

the

beginn

ing

of

the world.

Semelatu, Pm_

pe.

f

uótu.

4

T

he cune

of

Chrias

death

'

noted.

[ewes

dirifion

of

the day

into

4.parì's,

ç

di