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G

rìfi

is

te

be

conceived

andccoirtd®

6.

,

Abone

of

Chria

fiet

4-

broken.

97bit

PAi

cover,

type

of

Cory

*atom

wits

hale.

enough

to

dreffe

it

whole

foe Supper

: j

Pt

ttm

B

en

theme

Peahen

lambe

muffi

bee facrificed the

t

very

fame

day and

hourethat

the

Myfticall

lambe

was'

Tae

Oda

at

the

Ord

kNfee,

that is, at

three

of

the

clOckein

the

afterPooue,

betweene the

evenings,wich

a

niece

voice avaey, the Gbeft,

Obfarvatiot

.

The

lambe muft

be

ris

poi

sirb

*sow

IA*,:

motf`o4,

baked,

iv

id,

,,

or

of

bcrwife,

but

all

thoroughly

wafted with

fire,ver.9.

I.

not

eaten

raw,

to

figniit:that weemuft

not

rofteIy conceive,:

norunprea

paredly receive

Chrift in

the

Sacrament,

at

the Caper.

taaitee

did

ofthe

flefh

ofChriít,

loh.6:

and

the

ift

eating

t

raw

fie&

of

Cbril

as

it

was

borne

of

the;V

4

in,

with

their

teeth:

1..roafted,

to

ignifsetwathi

:

i.the

manner

of

Chrüts death,he

was

to

be

crucified and

peeved.

As

the lambemua

thrift

through, and

fa-

inted

to

a

fpit

:

Co

muff

the

Lambe

ofCod

be.ptarced

and

fiiitened

to

the

Croífe

á

As

the

brafen Serpent was fixed

to

a pole,1eb.3.

r..

a.that

Ieflts Chrif&was

made fir

food

(as

that lambe)

for his people by

enduring the

fire

ofafd

fliaion,

but

cfpecially by

fiacring

the

hot

burning

fire

of

his

Fathers

wrath,

which hadburnt up

all

mankind

to

the bottorne

of

hell,

had

not

Chris

endured

;.

wholly

roa[ted,

to

fgnific

that

Chrift

endure

d

the

whole wrath

of

God

(which

is

a

confumir

fire)both

its

fouic

and

body,

as

that bitter

agony

in

the

garden

wit=

nelfeth,

which

made him

fweat

drops

of

water

and

blood,

.

andcomplaine

that

his

fowls,

was,

heavy unto

the

death..

`i

I.

Obfervation. Though

the

Iambe

bee

whollydrefì,yet4hew

ofitA41

%not

be

broke.*

Noting

that wonderful

accidét

in

the

paífion

of

Chrift,thatwhen

the

fouldiers

carne

parpafely

to

broke

his legs,

(as they

haddone to

the

other

that were

crucified

with him)

yet

by ttìods

fecree

providence they

were

refiraìned,

fo

Atthe

acttitypesnightexxa

tlyaufwet

to

the

type,

as

the

gvangelift