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The

P.affeover,

a

type

of

Chr%f

.

and fpeake

my

mind:I

may

not

bean

adulterer,but

wan-

ton

in

fpetches,

looks, 'behaviours,

and in

my company

:

I

may not

goe tb,plough

on

the

Sabbath

;

but

may

buy

and

feil,

rsdeabroad,

or

be

idle

at home.

Why

?

Is

not

a

little

(erpent,

a

ferpentt or

a

little

poifon, poifon

?

Is

not

a

little

leaven

enough to Powera

whole

lump

?

I

II.

The

Jew

carefully

and

narrowly

fearched

and

(wept

every

corner

and

.

cranny

of

his

houfe,

that

not

the

leaft

crumme

might

efcape

him:

And4hall

not

wa

as

carefully

throw

out

this leaven

out

of

every power

of

the

foule,

and

every part

and

member

of

our

bodies

?

That

every one may

pof{effe

his

whole

houfe

in

holineffe

and

honour, r_Ther. 4.4.

How doth

the Scripture

teach

us

to

purge

this.

leaven out_of

all

cogs}?

As

e.

Out

Ensile purging

of

the

confcience

;

to ferve

God with

a

pure

confcience, of

the foule.

2.2ina.

t

,

5

:

z.

Out

of

the

affec`Iions

;

preRribing

love

out

of

a

pure

heart,

a

.TTins:

r

.

5

.

and.tb take

heed

to

our

EccleL5.r.

feete comming to the

houle

of

-God

:

3.

Out

of

our

fenfes,

Pfal.,i

i

g..;

7.

turne

away

mine

eye?

frdns regarding

I,

v

n.

tier

;

Jqb:

u.

1.

Invade

a

covenant Okla

mine'

eyes.

So

to

Phut

the care

from

hearing

bláfphemy againfl

God,or

men

and

not to

be

agents and

abetters

of

Mar

-

phemers

:

4.

Out

or

otrr

fpeaches,

P

e

r

i

l

.

3

9

.

.

Paid

I

'

will

looke

aorny

wayes,

that

I

°Fend

'not

in my

one

?

And

in

Head;

of

this leaven

to

accuflorne

our

ielves

to

ay

r9.r8.

the

language

of Canaan,

and

gracious fpeaches

tending

to edification, rniniflring

grace

td

the hearers,

s

I

V.

A

Jew

muff

begin

his purging

leven

dayes

be--

fore,,

and

hold on

all

the

feaft

on

pain

of

death

:

How=

much

morefhould wee

beginne

to

purge

our

felveebe-

i

times;

and

hold

on fo

long

as

our Paffeover

}alts

?

And

becaufe

our

Paffeover

is

not

annua!l,as

thatwas,1aut

con-

tinuall

;

wee

ttuift

continue

our

cleanfing

and

ièparating

from

this

leaven

which

is

not

eafily Waffled

oat.

Thos

Ihafie

but trifled

in

this

!en

iînef

e

that

hangeftdov

ne

thy

head for

a

day,,and

art penitent

for

the time

of

the

Sacra.

men;