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Red

fea,a

type.oChriff

,

departing

from

the

kingdome

ofthe

devill,and'haítniug

cut

.of the world towards

heaven) come prefently into

a

deepe

fca;not purfued onely by

the

fury

of

tyrants

and

enemies,but

every

where

threatned

with

dangers,wants,

and

death it

felfe

:

yet

the

Lord

breakes

for

them one

toyle after another,

and

happily

guides them through

a

deepe

fea

of

miferies,and never

leaves

them

till

they

re-

cover the

fhoare,

and

arrive

fafely

at

the haven

of

falva-

tion, where

their

Tongs

(hall be

louder

then

their

cryes

I

were.,

and

a

mighty

deliverance (hall

fwallow

up

all

their

danger.

I

V.

Here

is

comfort

againf}

the

feare

of

enemies.

z

.

Spirituali enemies.

For here

we

have

both

a

confir-

mation

and refemblance

of

the

eternall

delivery

of

the

Church

from

the

tyranny

ofthe

hellifh

Ph.rraoh

which

in

fpight

of

him

is

led

through

a

fea

oftribulation

every

where

ready

to

overwhelme it,

into

the

promifed

ref}

ofeverlafl:ing

life. Againe

wee

fee

here

our

finnes

alfo

ca

into,

and

drowned

in

the bottom(

of

the Red

fez,

9.

Theft

are

the

f+rongefl

and

fiercefi

enemies

that

purfued

us

to

death; but thefe

our

furious

limns

(as

fo

many

Egyptians)

are

drowned

in the

fea

of

Chrif

{

s

blood,and

extinc1

in

the

waters

of

Baptifinereirsg:

?fal..

113.

2.

Temporal)

enemies.

How

can

the

Egyptians

hope

to

íiand

before Ifraell,

to whom

the

waters

give

way

fo firangely

?

The enemy thall

find

the

fame

Tea,

a

wall and

a

well,a

fafety

and

a

death. Let

enemies

looke

here

as

the heathen

did

,

and

let

their

hearts

faint as

theirs,to

fee

God

make

the

fea

a

wall,

a

law,

yea

a

lappe

for

his

people,

Let

them

behold the

ordinary worke

of

I

God,who

commonly joynes the

falvation

ofhis

Church

with

the

deflruaion

of

the

enemies.

So

for

Mordeeaiea

advancement,and the

Churches deliverance,Flaman

muff,

be hanged, and

his

poficrity

dearoyed

:

as in

a

ballance,

ifone

fcoale

goe

up,downe

goes

the

other.

IV.

The

godly

to

partake

ofthcfecomfortsmufk

learne,

fo

4.

Duty

of

them

that

will enioy

i¢hefe

comforts.