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The Pafseover,

a

ty,

pe

of

Chrzf1.

233

oftheir

deliverance

out

of

/Egypt

, and

in

memory

of

that benefit provoke

their

thankfulneffe

to

God,

ver.26.

27. adding

as

it

were

to

the

Sacrament

a

word

of

inffru-

elion:fignifying

i.

that we fhould

alwaies

remember the

death

and paffion

ofChrift with

due thankefullneffe for

fo great

a

deliverance

by

it

:

if

they

miff

ftill

fpeake of

their

temporali deliverance

:

much

more

we

of

fo

great

and

eternal( deliverance by

it

,

from

the

fpirituall

Cervi-

tude

of

finne,death,

the

divell,and

damnation

:

i.

it

fha-

dowed

herein its

fuccefl'or in

the new Tefiament,

for

the Sacrament

of

the

supper

was therefore inflituted

to

keepe

in

remembrance

the death

of

/elm

Chrift,

u

Cor.

11.26.

As

often

as

ye fhall

Bate

this bread,and

drinke

this

cup,ye

Phew

the

Lords

death till he come 3.to

be

a

rule

for

all

Sacraments,

wherein it

is

receffary,

that

the word

Vaccmentterb?

be ioyned

to

the Element

:

I meane the

word

of

i

nf

lituti-

on,and

(Wit

may be

conveniently)

of

exhortation, that

the

feale may

goe

with

the Charter

,

as

(even

in

the

fe

fhadowes)

the

Lord himfelfe

flraicly

enjoyned

:

thefe

were

the

Lawe

s

prefcribe

d

for

the

nniverfary

Paffeo

-

ver,

both

in

Exod.

i

2.

r4,

and

Numb.

9. in

neither

of

which

is

any

mention

of

any

of

the

former

Lewes

pro-

per to

the

firf}

Pafreover.

The

lea

condition

in

eating

concerned the

mcafure.

S.

The

Lambe muff

be

whole

eaten

:

fi

mifying

r

.

Our per-

mcaCure

of

ca-

fet

communion

with

Chrift,

who

are

as

neerely

united

ring

it.

unto

Chrift,

as

the

meat

we

Bate,

which

is

turned into

,

our

owne

fubflance.

2 .

That nothing

in

Chrift

is

a iprofi-

table.

3.

That

Chrift

inufl

be

received

wholly

without

dividing of

his

nature, or

deflroying

any

of

his

offices.

Arrito

divides

the Lambe

in

denying. his

Godhead.

Manieheer, impugned

his

humanity.

Neither

Bate

the

whole

lamb.The

Papifts

deftfoy

all

his

Ofñces.W hofos-

ver

deny

any

fundamentall Article

of

Religion,

they

di-

vide

the

lamb.

To

eate the

whole

lamb,

is

to

beleeve

whole

Chrift

;

according

to

the rule, Faith

is

but one

Fides

of

una

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putativa