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I

faatr

a

type

o

thri

fl.

bufrneffe

and

forrow

in

hand

:

So

Chrift

muft

tread

the

Wineprefe

alone,Ifa.63.3. the

Difciples

feare

and

fly,and

little confider

the

agony

of

their

Mailer.

6.

The

Father

carryes

in

his

hand the

fword

and

fire

againft

his

ownefonneithefwerd

fignifying

the

jutlice

ofGod,

the

fire

his

burning

wrath

againft

the

finnes

of

risen

:

Both

bent

againft

Chrift,

both

inflamed by

this Ifaac

;

in

whom

the

juflice

ofGod

is

fatisfied,and

the

flame

of

his

wrath extinct

and

quenched.

I

V.

Ia

his (cape and

deliverance.

i.

The

blow

is

a

fetching

but Abraham

mrrft

hold

his

had, Ifaacs

flefh muff

not

be

pierced

or

cut

:

The

fouldiers ready

to

breake the

legges

ofChrift

(as

of

the

two

theeves)rruft

flay

their

hands

;

not

a

bone

of

him

mua

be

broken.

z.

Ifaac

offred,and

three

dayes

dead

in

his

fathers

pur-

pole

and

miede,

yet

dyed

nor,

but

his Father

received

him

as

from the dead

:

fo

Chria

offered

upon

his

Divini-

ty

dyed not, and

his

humanity

dead

in

the

belly

of

the

earth, after

three

el

ayes

herevived,and

rayfed himfeife

againe

to die

no

more.

So

both were

delivered

from

death

the

third

day

:

wherein

the

Apoftle plainely

makes

him

a

type, Heb.

r

r

.19. from

whence he

received

bim

.es

in

a

type

or

refemblance,

that

is,

to

be

a

type or

refemblance

of

Chrifts

refurrec`tion

from

death.

3.

The

Ramme

that

was offered for

Iflac

was

caught

by

the

head

among the thornes,

and

hanged

in

a

bufh

:

Chrift

our facrifice was

hanged on

a

tree,crowned with themes,

and fo

hung on

the

Croffe

to

expiate

our fiunes compared

to

thorns

and

bryers,

which would for ever

have.held

us,ifthey

had

not held

him.

V.

In

his

mariage.

7.

Rebekah

was

faire

and

beautiful)

:

fo

the

Church

is

faire

in

the

beauty

of

Chrift,

and faire

within,

2.

Shee

was

of

his

owne

kinred

and

flefh,Gen.24.4

:10

Chrias

fpoufe is

ofthe

fame

flefh

which

himfelfe

affirmed.

3.

She

was

wooed

by

his

fathers

fervants,and

brought forwards toward

Ifaae

:

fo

the

27

ó84n

aÚTévxsn

vicTQ.

5

Similitudeof

Rebella

bsmar-

riage,and

the

Churches.