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T

he

Zed

Sea,a

type

©f

Will.

the

text mentieneth

but one night)

and

then

was

it

no

_leífe

miraculous

to

convey fo

much people

and cattell fo

much

way

in

fo

fmall

time.

6.

That

the

fame

Sea

at the

fame time fhould

be

both

a

guile and

devourer;

and

yet

a

fiver

from

devourers.

That

the

fame

fea

at the

fame

time fhould both

retire

back,

&

yet

return to

its

courte,

for

the waters returned

upon

the Ægyptianson

the

one

fide

of

the

fea,

when

Ifrael

was not fully

over

on

the

o-

ther,

as

appeareth

by

comparing ver. 26.

with

ver.29.

that the

lame

lea

at

the

fame

time fhould tnoove& hand

with

fuch

judgment

and

difiinaion,as

not

one

'Egyptian

How

fi

mficd

e

was faved,ver.2

g.

not one lfraelite

drowned,

ver.

3

o.

C

htiti

g

I

I.

Now

confider this great

worke

of

God

as

a

fig-

1

nification and

type

of

Chrili

;

which

it

muff needs

be

as

it

is

a

Sacrament,

which

we mull confider both

in

the.'

conflitution,

and

in

the

confequents or

effec`Is

of

it,in

all

diredly

poynting

us

to

Jeftrs Chrif}

hereby typi-

fied.

In

the

firfi

to

the

Cor.

r

o.

a,the

Apofile

faith,

that

!

all the

Fathers

were

baptized

in

the

fear

whence I

gather

three

conclufions.

In

three

ecn-

I.

Conclufion

:

That this was

a

Sacrament figuring

dufions.

our

baptifine,

and

that

all

neceffary inflitutions of

a

Sa-

crament

concurre

in

it

:

As

I.

the

author was

God,

the

Inflitutor both

ofthe

Covenant

and

feales,

Exod.

14.30.

2.

theMinifier

was

CA/Toles,

ver.

31. z.

the Covenant

fealed

was

Gods

promife

and

word

for

their

delive

-'

rance,ver.

i

5

.

4.

the

ligne

of

the

Covenant

was

Mofes

1

ftretching

of

his

hand,

both for

the

deviding

of

the

fea,

ver.

i 6,

and

the

returning

of

it

againe,

ver.

27.

5.

the

thing

fignified was falvation

by

the

Meffiah, and

all

fpi-

rituall

and

eternall benefits

and

deliverances

procured

by

him

fealed

up

in this miracle.

6.

the

faith

of

the

Ifraelites

was the

fame hand

with

ours

to

receive

the

i

fame

benefits, and things

fignified:ver.

3t.

they beleeved

God:Heb.11.29;by

faith

they

pafTed

through the

red

ea,&

c

I I.

Conclufion

There was not one

of

theft\

S

2

a6lions

259.