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The

Pafrèover,

a

type

of

Chrifi,

24.ì

crament,

that

bath not this

ftaf

a

in

his

hand.

V I.

As

the Jewes

in

eating

the

Pa{Íeover

mutt

repeate

and

recite the memory

of

that

great deliverance

out

of

lEgypt

by

a

mighty

and miraculous

power

:

fo

muft

we

in

our Sacrament

commemorate

and remember

our great deliverance

from

hell, and

that

í'pirituall

Pha-

raoh,wrought

by

the

blood

ofour

Pa{èhall

lambe.

i

Cor.

11.26,

fo

often

as

ye

(hall cate

this bread

and

drinke

this

cup,yeefhev

the

Lords death

till

he come.

And

therefore

it

is

very

fit

the

word

and

Sacrament

fhould

goe

toge-

ther,

as

the

Peale

together

with the

deed

and

Indenture.

Hence thofe

,

that

are

fo

devoute

at

the

Sacrament and

neglect or

defpife

the

Word

,

are meere

hypocrites and

ignorants

;

their

folly

is

like

his

that

makes

much

ofa

Peale,

but teares

the

Indenture

all

to

peeces,

which

onely

can

convey

his

inheritance

unto

him.

V

I

I.

As

the Jewes

came

together

to

Bate

the

whole

Lambe

:fo

mutt

wee

to

receive

whole Chrift.

weft.

When do

we

receive

whole Chrift

?

Anfw.

Firft

when

we

reverently

receive

the

figues

appointed

by

Chrift

according

to

his

owne

institution.

Secondly

when

we

receive

faithfully the

thing

figílified,

which

is

Chrift

and

all

his

merits.

I.

For the former,

i

.

as

it

had

beene

a

great

fin

for

the

Jewes

to

divide

the

Lambe

which

God

comman-

ded

to

be

eaten

whole

:

no

leífe

grievous

a

finne

is

it in

Popery

to

admini{ter

the

bread

without

the

cup;

of

which

Chrift

bath

Paid

expreffely,

Drink

ye

all

ofthi,.

t.as

the Lambe

was appointed

to

no

other

ute

by

Mofa

but

to

be

eaten:

fo

was

the

bread and

wine

in

the

Sacra-

ment ordained to

no

other end

by

Chrift

but to

be

Bate

and drank:ail

other

holy

ufe

of

them

our of

the

a.`tion

of

the Sacrament

is

I

dolatrous,fuperflirious,

and unlawful!.

3,

as

it

had beenea

grievous

finne

to

referve

any

of

the

Iambe till

the

morning, againft

fo

expreife

a

comman-

dement

appointing

it

to

be wholly eaten

:

fo

grievous

a

R

finne

Whole Chrift

muft

be recei-

ve,

Notes.

r

Popifh

abufes:

taxed.