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type

oChrift.

231

the

land

: So all

the

Ifrael

of

God,

dwelling

in

the

midst

of

the

.Egypt of

the

world,

and

too

too

much

tainted

with

the

fatkrions

of

it,

have

no

final'

caufeto

feare

the

judgements

and

revenge

of

God,which'truft

purfue

the

firmes

of it

;

and

alfo

to

rife

meanes

for

their

owne

fafe

-

ty

in the night

of

trouble

and

revenge,

as

the Ifraelites

did.

Qs

eft.

What

meanes

?

Anfw.

The

fane

that

Ifrael

did.

We

mutt,

i

.

Sprin-

kle the houle

of

our hearts

with

the

blood

of

the

Lamb,

Heb.

to.

22,

ffrrinkled

in

our

hearts, &c.

Whofoever

were

fprinkted

with

the

blood

of

the lamb,

were

fafe.

Was there

fo much

power

in

the

blood

of

the

type

;

and

not

much

more

in

the blood

of

the trueth

?

2.

Get in-

to

the houle

of

the

Church,

and fellow

Chip

of

the

faith

-

full; for

fuch

as

are

true

members

of

the Church

(which

is

the

houfeof

Saints)are

secure

from

the

plagues

of

wie

ked

men.

Ifai.27.

3.1

the

Lord

do

keep

the vineyard:

I

will

V

water

it

every

moment

:

left

any

aJaìle

it,

I

will

kPepe

it

night and

day

:

and

/tai. 37.18.

c/2Lty

people

fhall

dwell

in

the

Tabernacle of

peace,

andin

fore

dwellings,

and in

fafe

refling places.. Noah can

bee

(afe

no

where

(iri

the

de

-'

luge)

but

in

the

Arke

:

And out

of

the Church

is

no

fal

-_

vation, or

fafery.

3.

Thou

milli

abide

in

the houle

all

night,

and

goe

not

forth.

Except

the ifraclites

abide

in

the

houle,

they

cannot

be fafe

:

except

thou

abide(} in

the

{hip

of

the

Church, thou

cant}

not

bee

fare,

no

more

then

any

of

Noahs

company

if

they had

flepped out

of'

the Arke.

Wee

mutt

adhere

constantly

to

the true

Church, and not forfake the

fellowship,

or

depart

from

it

by

Apoflacy,

or revolt;

which brings

certaine

ship

-'

wrack

of

faith.

Confider,

He'd.

Io,

as.

4.

Patiently

await for

the

morning,

even

the bright riling

and appear

ring

of

j

efus

Chrift the

Sunne

of

righteoufneffe,

corn-

ming

againe

to

our deliverance.;

whether

publikely

to

generali

judgement,

br

perfonally

in fpeciall

to

our

felves.

Danger

of

the

foule: and

how

itistobcavoy-

ded.