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2.

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Matt.4 4.

Manna,

a

type

of

Chri

i.

oovetoufly

for themfelves, neither was there

any

need,

Peeing

every day fupplied

them with

a

new

harvefa.

z.

To

Lignifie

to

them,that

man

lived

not

by

bread

only,

bat

by

every

word

of

God.

How

could

they

thinke

that

(Lich

corruptible food

could

preCerve

them, that

it

felfe

could nor

be

preferved above

a

few

houres but

by

Gods

inritution

?

3.

That

they

might acknowledge

God

a

free and

extraordinary

worker

in

all

hisadminiftrati-

-on

with

them.

For

even

this

manna

(

which

kept

an

houre

beyond

a

day, fuddenly

rotted)

if

God

command

to

keep

it

two

dayes

every

wecke

for

his

worfhip

fake,

it

(hall

bee

miraculoufly

preferved fweet

and favoury.

Yea

if

for

a

monument

of

his

mercy he

{hall

command

to

lay

a

(ample

of

it

in

the

Arke;

it

flash'

laa

and

bee

kept in the Holy

of

holies many

ages,

yea many

hun-

dreds

of

yeares

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and favoury

as

at

fir(}.

And

all

this

not without

fignification

:

that although jefus

Chrift

was

in his flefh

and humane nature

fubjecct

to forrow,

death,

and

paiion,

yet even in

that

humanity

(

now

glorified

)

he

is Pet

in

the Holy

of

holies

(

as

the

Manna

in

the

golden

pot')

before

the Lord for ever,Exod.

r

6.3

3

and

abides

for

ever

in

the

heavens for

all

eternity,

not

fubjeL`I

to

corruption

any

more,

as

that

golden

pot

of

Manna

was.

2:

Christ

infi-

nitely

better

then

Manna.

Sett,

III.

I

I.

Now let

us fee

how

Chrift

is

infinitely

preferred

before this type

or

figure,

in

fixe

feverall advancements.

i

.

That

Manna had

no life in

it

felfe,

but this

hath,

/oh.

5.26..elr

the

Father

bath

life

in

himfelfe,

fo

bath hegive»

to

the

Sonne

to

have life in

himfelfe.

lob

.6.3

S.

I

am

that

bread

of

life,

2

That

Manna not having

life

in

it felfe,

cannot

_give

to

others

what

it

felfe

bath

not

;

it

could

onely preferve

life

given

of

God

:

But

this

can

conuey

and

give

life to

others,

Iob.6.3

3.

The

bread

of

God

vs

he

which commeth

downefrom

heaven,andgivcth

life

moo the

world.