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Mofes

a

type

of

Cbrft.

faviours and

deliverers, the

one

by

her whole

fonne

he

was

reputed,the

other

by

him

whole

fonne he

was

repu-

ted.

3.

.4lofes

was

a

fhephcard,he

kept

the

fheepe

of

Iethro

his

father

in

law,

Exod.

3.

and

while

Moles

was

in

that private

cu

ate, wee read

of

little concerning

his life

expreffed till he

was

fourty

yeares old

:

So

Chrilt

was

a

fhepheard

fent

to

feeke

and

fave the

loft

fheepe

of

his

Fathers fold,

of whole private

life wee

read

aslit-

tle

as

of Mofes

till he

was

thirty

yeares old. 4.

11Mofc:

was

ofa

molt

meeke

and Tweet

difpofition

above

al

men

living, yet

full

ofzeale

and

indignation

againft fin,

as

at

the

ereeking

of

the

calfe,Exod,

3

2:

So

Chrift

a

patterne

of

meekenefï'e

:

Learne

of

me

for

I

Ineeke;

but

moil

zealous and

earneft

at

the

abafe

of

the Temple,

Mar.

I I

.

I

I. In

his

office

and funálion.

i.

Both

appointed

by

God.

Mops

fent

and rayfed

to

deliver

ffraelout

of

Pharaoh: bondage :Christ

fent

to deliver

all

the

Ifraell

of

God

from

the

Pharaoh

of hell,

and

all

his

oppreflion

of

f

fonne,

curie,

damnation,

the molt

heavy

rashes

and

bur-

1

thens.

Mofes

was appoynted

to

lead

ifraell towards

Canaan:

So

Chrilf to

lead

the Church the

Ifraell

of

God,

into

heaven. And whereas Mofes

was to

lead

them

but

into

the fight

of

Canaan, and

the

borders

:

Our

C_%lofes

leads us

into the

heavenly

Canaan, and

gives uspofíef-

fion.

2.

Both

were

Furnifl

-;ed

by

God

to

their

office.

I

.

C_/íofes

was

learned

in all

the

learning

of

'Egypt

;.

Chrifl

was

learned

toadmiration.

His

enemies

asked,

whence

hath

heal] thisgreat

learning

?

/4.7.15.

And,

Never

man

fpake like

this

man

,Ioh.7,46.

And

at

twelve

yeares

old he

fate

among

the

Doors

conferring

with

them,

Lul¿.

2.46.

2.

Mori

was

furnif] ;ed

with

many

mighty

miracles,

in

Egypt,

in the

red lea,

and

in

the

wilderneffe for

the

confirming

of

his calling

:

all

types

ofthe

miracles

ofchria

by

fen

and land,

in'townes

and

deferrs

to

manife

his

glory

Job,

2.

I

a.

But

with

diffe-

rence

2

41

2.

Office

of

Mo-

[es

and

of

Chrift.