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49-

4.

Altions of

Mofes

and

of

Chrift.

Mofes

a

tipe

of

ChrI1.

good

was

rejected both

in

his

perfon

and

doSrine

and rneffage.

The Hebrew

could

fay,

who

made thee

a

fudge

?Exod.

t.

r

4. And

Pharaoh w

ill

not

hearken,

exod.

7.4.

Nay Pharaoh

raged

and

opprefled

the

more

:

Our

true

Mofes

cotnu

ing

to

fave

the Jews

fped

no

better;

for thus

they

protefted againa him,

Wee

have

no King

but

Cxfar,Ioh.

ag.

r

5.

And

we will not

have

this

man

to

raigne

over

us.

Yea

his

gracious

words,

and

potent

works

were

í1i11

contemned

and

envyed

by the

wicked

Scribes and Pharifees,

as

at

this day

by all

the

wicked

in

the

world,

and

there

is

no

(tilling

of

the

rage

of

the

Devil'

and his

inftruments where Chrift

is

truely

prea-

ched.

3.

Mofes refufed

to

be

called

the

forme

of

Pharaohs

daughter, and left the

Court of

Pharaoh

to

be

partaker

of

the

affliéios

of

Gods

people,He6

r

r

.

Chrift

defcended

from

the

glory

of

Heaven

co

fave

his

eles,

and

to

fuffer

with them,

and

for them

as

(.2/fops

could

not

doe.

Yea

he

tooke on

him

our infirmities

and for

-

rowes,

and

on earth

refufed

his

right to

be

a

King

when

they

would

have made

him,

becaufe his

Kingdome was

not

of

this

world

r{.

Both were

willing to

dye

at

Gods

commandement, both

went

up

into

a

mount to

dye;

Mofes on

mount Abarim,Chrift

on

Golgotha. Both

carefull

to

fupply

their

abfence

to

their

people

:

Mo(s

by

appoynting

Iofhuì

his

fucceffor,

Chrift

by

fending

his

fpirit to

lead

his

people into

all

truth.

I

V. In

fundry

particular

aftions.

i.

Mofes

lift

up

the

Serpent

in the wilderneffe

:

So

was Chrift

lift up,

Ioh. 3.

14.

2. Moles obtained

flefh

in

the

wilderneffe

to

feede

many

thoufands

:

So

Chrift in

the

defert fed

many thoufands

with

a

few

loaves

and

fiches.

3.

Mofes marryed an

/Ethiopiffe,

a

ítranger,

blacke

:

Chrift

marrieth the

Gentiles

ftrangers,

and

in

the

En-

comium

of

his

Church it

is

faid,

I

am

black

but comely,

Cant,

r

.4.

4.

Mofes

fweetened

the bitter

waters

of

Marah

by

the tree

aft

in,

Exod.

i

5 .

z

S

.

Ch

rift

Twee

-

tens