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Ifaac

4

type

of

Chrift.

conceivable

manner

;

fo

as

whenthe

Angell

told

his mo-

therMary

ofhis

miraculous

manner

ofbirth,flae thought

it

impef

6le,and

faid,How

can

this

6e?

Luk

t.

34.

And

in

him

onely

the

whole

fpirituall

feed

of

Abraham,

all

Gods

people

ofjewes

and

Gentles_

were bleffed.Pf4.7z.

7.

the

Nations

¡hall

blefe him

,

and

be

Meted

in

him.

Which Prophecy cannot

be

underflood

of

Salonmon

;

for

fcarce his

owne

nation

was

bleffed

in

him,

who

by his

[rune

loft

tenne

tribes

of

twelve

from

his

owne

fonne:

and

verfe

they

fl,

all

feare him

fo

long

ks

the

Bonne

and

Moone endure

from

one

generation

to

another,

verf,

i

r.

dl

Kings

fall

wor/htp

him

and

ferve

him

:

and, verf.

17.

his

name [hall

be

for

ever

:

all

thefe are

true

in

Chrift

onely.

Thus

as

Ifaac

was founder

of

a

mighty

fiate

:

fo

Chrift

of

all

the Church

ofGod

in

all

nations

onely

bief_

fed

in

him.

As

Ifaac

was his fathers heire

:

So

Chrift

heire

of

all

things,

Ifaac

bath

goods

onely.

II.

Ira

his

fuff:ring,

z.

Ifaac

was

circumcifed

the

eighth

day

:fo

was

Chrift.

Lok.2.

2.

Ifaac

in

his

infancy was

perfecuted

by

IJhmacl,

G41.4.29:

So

Chrift

by Herod,

Mat.:.

;

.

Ifaac

carryed

the

wood

of

the

burnt

offering

upon

his

fh2ulders even to mount

Moriah,

Gee.

2

z,

6:

So

Chrif`lt

carryed

the

Croffe

on

which

he

was

to

be

nayled,even

to

Golgotha.

4.

Ifaac

was led

away

as

a

Lamb

to

the flaughter

:

So

Chrift

was

led

away,

loh

19.16.to

death.

S.

Ifaac

without

reply

fubmitted

himfelfto

his

father

even

to

the death;fuffered

himfelfe

to

be

bound

on

the

wood,

and

yeelds himfelfe

a

burnt

offering

unto the

Lord

:

Even

fo

Chrift

without

reply was

obedient unto

his

father unto

the

death

,

and

was

content

to

be

bound, not

as

Ifaac for

himfelfe

alone,

but

for

us

and

them

;

and

laid

downe

his

life

a

whole

bunt offering, and

a

ranfome

for

many,

14.2

6.

z

8.

Thus

were both

Lamb

-like

fuff'erers,

both

beare

their

Croffe,

both

without

reply

led away,

both

bound and faftened

on

the

wood,

both

willingly

obedient

to

the death.

I

II:

In

25

2.