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to

Noah

a

type

of

C'hr:11.

£dam

not

onely

helps

us

out

ofmifery,

but

advanceth

us

to the

higheli

dignity

;

to

be,of fonnes

of

wrath,fons

ofGod;

brethren

ofChrift;

members

of

his

body

;

heires

of

the kingdome

of

heaven. By

Adams

rime we

are

all

driven out

of

Paradife,

an

earthly pleafùre,in

which wee

Should

have enjoyed

an inconstant

happineffe

:

but

by

Chrif#

we

are

brought

into

the

heavenly Paradife,our

Fathers

houle.

By

e

4dams

finne

we

become unjuft

:

but

by

Chrifts

holineffe

we

are

not

juff

onely,

but

fanRifi-

ed,graced,confirwed,glorificd, into

whom

by

faith

we

come

to

be

ingrafted.

Noah

a

type

of

Chrift,in

(even

rcfpeets.

r.

2.

Differences

betwcene

Chrifts and

NoahsriOr

teottifneíté.

CHAP.

III.

2.Noah

a

type

of

Chrill,7.7Paies .

THe

fecond inftance

is

Noah,

a

manifeft

type

of

the

true

Noah,and

that in

feven

refpec5ts.

I.

Both

were

fore-prophefied

of

to be Saviours,

Gen.5.29. Lamech begat

a

fon

and called

his name

Noah,

laying

:

Tht3(hall

comfort

us

concerning

our

wor4Ze,,

and

forrow,and

cool(

ofthe earth; therefore

he

called

him

by

a

name hgnifying

ceafing,

or

reft:

So

of

Chri

[t,

MMat.

r

.2

i

.

thou

(halt

call his

name

Iefisi,

for

he

(hall

fave

hie people:

He

shall be

the

true

Noah

that

(hall

caufe

Gods wrath

to

ceafe,and

bring the afflicted

foule

to

true

refs

and tran-

quillity.

IL

Both

are

Paid

to

be juft

and

perfeet;

both

faid

to

walke

with

God;and

both to

find

grace

and favour

with

God.

r.

Noah

was

juft

in his

generation

:

So

was

Chrift;have

nothing

to

do

with

that

juft

man,

faith

Pilate:

Wife,Mat.2.7.19.

But

with difirence;lltoahs

righteouf.

7.

Chrifts

was inherent,

a

righteou

neffe

was imputed,being

righteoafneffe

of

faith,

Heb.

t

r.

fneffe

of nature, per

-

fon