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Adam

az

type

of

Chrig.

7

earth,

Pfal.2.8.

Commander

ofall

Creatures; whom

the

windes and

feas

obev;whofe

word

the divels tremble at;

and

he

keepes

his

foveraignty

which the

firft

Adam

loft.

z.

Adam was

appoynted

to

keepe

the

Garden

and

drefe

it,

Gen.2.r

S.

'Chrift the

fecond

Adam

was

fet

apart to

farOifie

and

Pave his

Church,the

Garden

and Paradife

of

(od,Eph.5.26.

3.

Adam was

King,Prief

},and

Prophet

in his family

:

fo

is

Chrift

in

the Church, the

family

and

houfhoid

of

faith,Rev.

i

.5.

As

Adam was

the firft

Mini-

fier

of

the

word

in

the Church,delivering

the

premife

of

the

bleffed

feed

with

certaine rites

&

Ceremonies

to

his

children,and they to their pofterity

:

So

the

fecond

Adam

is

the

cbiefe

Prophet

and

Dolor

of

his

Church,

who

alwaies

prefcribed

the

pure

worfhip

of

God

for

matter

and

manner in the Churches

of

all

ages.

III.

In

refpec

of

Conjugation.

r

.

4dam

fleeping

Eve

is

formed

:

Chrift dying

the

Church

is

fra.

coed,

Eve

is

taken

out

of

Adams

fide,while

he fleepes

:

out

of

the

fecond

Adorns

fide,

white

he

was

in

the

fleepe

of

death,

iffueth

the Church.

z.Eve

was

no

fooner

framed but

as a

pure

and innocent fpoufe

fhe

was delive-

red

by

God

to

Adam

yet

in

innocency

:

fo

God

the

Fa-

ther delivered

the

Church

as

a

chatte

&

innocent

fpoufe

to

be

married

to

the fecond

Adam for

ever,to

be

bone

of

his

bone,

and flefh

ofhis

flefh.

3c

Of

Eve

rnarryed

to

Adam he receives

both

a

Cain

and

an

Abel

into

his

lwufe

:

fo

the

fecond

Adam bath

in his

vifible

Church

both

elet

and

reprobates,

found

and

hypocrites,

as

by

many Parables

is

fignified;

as

of

the

field;the

net,

&e.

II

11.

In refpeft

of

propagation.

i

.

Both

of

them

are

rootes, both

have

a

pofterity

and

feed,

Ifa.

>

3.

to.

z.

Both

of

them convey that

they

have

unto

their pof}erity,Rom,5.12.14.

As

by

the

firf}

Adam

firm,

and by

finne death

came

over

all

men

:

fo

by

the

fecond

Adam

came

ri

:hteoufneffe, and

byrighteoufneffe

life

on

all beleevers;

2nd

herein

efpecially

was the

firft

Adam

a

4

figure

Primus

ecclefre

d0ao7

wicker's

immediate

à

Deo

pearl*

erat

proponèncla,

ita

er

clrftii4.

3.

4.