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Ifaac

4

type

©f

thrift.

chargeable,

elel

if'

thy

obedience mull cofl thee

Come

part,

or

the

whole

of

thy eftate,

looke

on

Gods

power

and

goodneffe.

So

the

Prophet

to

Amaziah,

z. Chron.z 5.9.

what

(hall

we

doe

for

the

hundreth

talents

?

The

Lard

.

is

able

to

five

thee

more

then

this.

06jet1. But

I

know

not

whether

he

will.

Sol.

Faith

affures

it

felfe

there

is

never

any loffe in

obeying

God.

It

knows,

the

way

to

keepe

Ifaae,is to give

up Ifaae.

It

bath

a

promife,

who-

foever

forfaketh

houle,

lands,

&c.

for Chrifl, heelball

have

an

hundreth fold.

I

I. In

both we

have

a

notable

type

of

our refurre-

&ion. Ifaae

was raifed the

third

day,as from

the dead

:

but Chrift indeed railed, not

as

Ifaac

for himfelfe,

but

as

an

head for his

body

and members.

Which

affureth us,

I.

That wee

(hall rife

out

of

all

pety

deaths

and dan-

gers,

for

our head

is

abone

water.

Though

the billowes

of

afflkClions

inward

and

outward

may

rinfc

us,

and

run

over us, yet they

fhall

not

drowne

us

becaufe

our

head

is

aloft. They may

threaten

and

affright

us,

but

íhall

not

drown

and

deflroyus

;

we

(hall

wade out

well enough,

becaufe

they

can

never

goe over

our head

any

more.

2.

That

we

shall

at

the

Taft

day rife

from

all

the

death

of

mortality

and corruption

;

in

which

argument

the

Apoltle

is

large

to proove, that

becaufe

Chrifi

the head

it

rifen,

the members

mutt

alfo rife againe,

i

.Cor.

i S.

i

2.

For,

1.

Can or

will

a

living and powerfull

head

be

alwayes

difinembred

and fundred from

the

body

?

2. Becaufe Clarift

role not

as

a

private perfon

as

Ifaaa

did,

but

as

the

firfi

fruits

of

them that flept,

verfe

20.

3.

Becaufe

Chrifl

in

his

refuttec4ion

is

oppofed to

the

firfl Adam, verfe

2

I

:

For

as

by

the

firfl Adam

comes

death

on

all

;

fo

by

the

fecund Adam refurre

&ion

from

the

dead.

This

is

a Titre

propp

and

flay againfl

all

the

miferies

and occurrences

of

this

life,

and

againfl

the bit

-

terneffe

of death, and

horrour ofthe;grave,

that

we

are

affared

ofa

better refurreelion,

elfe

were

wee

ofall

net

mold

31

rfe.

z.

A

type

of

our

reCurre

Lion.