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Jolepli

a

type

of

Chri

L

So

Jefus

Chrift

above

all

leffons

coalmenTed

to

us

the

new

Commandement

of

love,

a

badge

of

his

difciples

;

teacheth

us

how to

pray, and

what,

in the Lords prayer

;

himfelfe intercedes for us,and

obtaineth

all

that good is,

and provides

for as

in

earth till

we come

to

Ca/man.

I I

I.

In his

fùff

rings and paffions.

i

.

The

ar-

chers

grieved

him

,

Gen

.49.2

3.

that

is,

not

his Mifiris

onely

and

Matter, but

his

brethren alto confpire againít

him, although

fent from his father in love, and comes in

love

to

fee

how

they

doe, and

to

know

their

wants

;

yet

they fcorn

him,behold yonder

dreamer

comes;they con

-

fuit

to

kill

him,

let

us

kill

him

and

fee

whit

will become

of

his

dreames

:

So

Jefus

Chrift

came

among

his

owne,

fent

from

his

Father

in

love, pitying the wandrings

and

wants

ofinen;

but

the

Jews

fcorne

himfora

deceiver,

plot to

kill

him, confpire

against

his

life.

2. As

his

brethren fold him for

twenty

pieces,

ílript

him naked,

calf

him

into

a

pit,

fent him

as

a

flave

into

egypt,

where

hee

(

being indeed

free)

became

a

fervant

:

So

Jefus

Chrift

in

his

infancy

was

Pent

into

Egypt,

fold

by

the

Jews

for

thirty

pieces,

fiript

naked

of

his

apparrell,

and

in

the forme

of

a

fervant

cart

into the

pit

of

death

and

the grave,

whence

they

thought

never

to have

head

more

of

him,

as

Iof

phs

brethren

did.

3.

As

in

this

fervice

Iofeph

was

tempted to

whoredome

by his

wan-

ton

Miftris

when

they

were

alone, and

that

often

and

dayly

;

but by

firength

of

grace

floutly refitted,

yea con-

quered her

and himfelfe

So

was

jefus

Chrift

in

the

en-

trance

of

his

Minirfery

f}rongly

affailed

by

Satan

to

fpiri-

tuall

whoredome

when he was

alone

in the

wilderneffe,

and

that

often

fet

upon;

yet

by

the

power

of

the Spirit

overcame

and

conquered, fo

as

the

evill one found

no-

thing

in

him.

4.

As

in

this fervice

(notwithf}and-

ing

his faithfulneffe

and

innocency )

lofeph

was

falfely ac-

cufed, condemned,

caf

into

prifon

with

the

Butler and

Baker

:

So was

Jefus

Chrift, notwithfianding

all

his

in

D

2

nocency