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Adam

4

type

of

Chrift.

and rcfufe

the

life

offered

by

a

dead

man;

they

know

not

the

Scriptnres,rtor the

power

ofGod;

who

can

and Both

command

light

oast

ofdarknefJe,

life

out

ofdeath,all

things

out

of

nothing.

How

eafìly can

he repay

re

all

things

out

of

any

thing,

who

can

fetch and frame

all

things

out

of

nothing

?

He

is

of power

to

make ofclay

and

fpittle

(fir

to put

out

the

fight)a remedy to

reftore tight. He

can as

eafily

fave

a

world

by

the death

of

his

Son,

as

multiply

a

world

by

the

fleepe

of

Adam.

I

V. Labour

to

bee

ingrafted into

the

fecond

Adam,

that

as

thou

haft

borne the image

of

the earthly,

fo

thou maift

beare

the

image

ofthe

heavenly,

I.Çor.

5.

49.

i.

Becaufe

the fecond Adam repayres

whatfo-

ever

we

loft

in

the

firft. By

the

firft

wee

are

enemies

to

God,

by

the fecond wee are reconciled

to

him.

By

the

firft

wee

all

dye, by

the

fecond

wee

are all

made

alive,

I.

Cor.

r

5.2

2.

By

the

firfl

we are

left

to

Sathans

power,

by

the

fecond

wee

are

guided

by

the Spirit

óf

God.

By

j

the firft

we

lof}

all

the Creatures,

by

the

fecond

we

are

reftored to

the holy

ufc

of

thé

all.By

the

firfi

a

necef

îty

of

death

is

brought

in,

Heb.9

27.

it

ù

appov»ted

for

all

1

men

once

to

dvr,and

then

commette

judgement;

but

by

the

fecond

wee

have

a

recovery

ofthe

bleffing

ofimmorta-

lity and

life.

Whatfocver

the

firft

Adam brings

into the

world

by

finne, the

fecond

carryes out

by

his

righteouf-

nelle.

z.

Becaufe by

Chrift the truth wee

recover

more

then

we loft,or

ever

thould

have had

by

the Type.

For

fo

the Apoflle,

Rom.

5

.

r

6.

the

gift

by

the

fecond

Adam

hath

exceeded the

offence

of

the

firtt.

That

as

the

firft

Adam by

eating

the forbidden fruit hath

powred

all

evill

into

the

foules

and

bodies

of

all

men,

though

they

cate

not

of

the forbidden tree:

So

the fecond

Adam

by

regeneration

is

made righteos

fne

fj"e

to

thofe

who

had

wrought

no

righteonfneffe,

and

powred

all

good

things

into

the

foules

and bodies

of

his

members:

The

firft

Adam

by

finne

helps

us

into mifery

:

but

the

fecond

Adam

s.Cor.4.0,

4.

Get

in

Chr:ft

the

fe..

coud

Adaisa,

3s

thou art

Cutely

of

the

firft.

Motives.

r.

Cor.r.3o.