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z34

The

Paíleover,

a

type

of

Chr

j1.

yet

a

copulative

:

Deny

one,

overthrow

all.

Hitherto

ferved

that

Iniunaion,

that

no

part

of

the

lamb

mutt

bee

referved till

the

morrow

;

but

if

any

remained

it

muff

bee

burnt

with

fire,

verf,

to.

The

Lord

in

his

infinite

wifedome

would prevent

all

the

occafions of'

idolatry,

which

is

eafily

admitted

in

the

refervations

of

holy

things

:

A

s

in

Popery,

what

a

deale

of

idolatry

is

crept

into

the Church

by ref-crying

fuperftitious relicks,

and

efpecially

their

confecrated

or conjured

bread

;

as

if

this

condition

did

not

condemne

exprefly

that

Popi refer

-

vation

ofthe

hoaff

or

breaden god

?

Add

hereunto,

that

the

Jewes

requiring

the

body

of

Chriff

on

the

Croffe

to

be taken

away that night

before the

Sabbath,

Ioh.19.

31.

fulfilled

(again(}

their

knowledge)

this

Prophecy

:

No-

thing

of

the

Pafchall lamb

muff

be

left till

the

morning.

Pafchall

Iamb,

a

type

of

Chtiit

in

the b;.nefits.

SeFE,

V.

V. The

Pafchall

Lamb

is

an

expreíhe

type

of

Chriff in

refpec`t

of

the

fruit and

uCe

of

it,

which

is

fecurity

and

fafety from

Gods revenge,vcr.2

3

:

For

as

by

the

(prink

-

ling

of

the blood,

and

eating

of

the

flefh,

the

Jews were

defended from

the revenging

Angel,

and

the deffroyer

palled

over

the houle where pee

efpied

the blood fprink-

led

:

So

the blood

of

Chriff

applied

to

the

confcience,

cauleth

the wrath

of

God to

paffe

by

thofe

that

are fò

fprinkled.

And

as

they could

fit

in the hcufe

fafe,

and

not

feare

the

ffroke

of

the

deffroyer

,

becaufe

of

the

blood fprinkled

;

fo

whofoever

by

true

faith

feeds

up-

on jefus

Chrifl,

and

are

died

with

his

blood,

ref'

fecure

and feare

not

the

def}ruetion

and

revenge due

to

wicked

men.

Heb.

I

o,

i

i.

Let

us

draw narre

with a

true

heart in

a

f

forante

of

faith

rinkled

is

our

hearts

from

an

real

confcience.

I.

As

the

Jews dwelling

in

Âgypt

were

in great

danger

of

the

revenging Angel,who was

to

paffe

through

the