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i

M.Ofes

a

type

of

Chrift.

tens

our

aftlilions

by

the

wood

of

his

Cro(fe,Heb.2.

i

o.

s,

Mofes was

called

a

God

;

efarons

God

for

direft-

ing

him

in

things

ofGod,Exod.4.

i

6.and

Pharaohs

God,

Exod,

7.

i

.

for executing on

him,

as

God,

Gods judge-

ments

i

But

Chrift

is

indeed

God,moft

wile in

counfell,

molt potent

in revenge.

6.

clofes

delivered Ifrael

thorow the Red

-lea by

his

Rod,

F_xod.I4

:

So

Chrift

his

Church from

death

by his

Croffe

through

the red-lea

of

his

blood.

7.

Never

was

God

fo clearly feene

by

the

eye of'

flefh

as

to

Mofes,

who

talked

face

to

face

:

But never

did

creature

fee

his

face

but

Chrift,

Ioh.I

a

8.

8.

As

Mofes

was transfigured on

an

hill, Sinai,

and fo

glorious

as

:frael

could

not

behold

his

face

:

So

was

Chrift on

mount

Thabor

fo

as

his difciples

were

ama-

zed,

and

wilt

not

what

they

laid.

9.

As

Chrift

after

death rofe

moft glorioufly

:

So

Mofes

body

after his

death

was

molt

glorioufly

railed,

in

which

bee

was

talk-

ing

with

Chrift~

on the

Mount

in

his

transfiguration,

Math.

17.

z.

I

o.

cM'Iofes

face

was covered

with

a

vaile

:

Our

Mofes

with

the

vaile

ofhis

flefh

hid the glo-

ry

of

his

Deity

,

and

put on vileneffe inflead

of

majefty

that

men

might behold him,

and

fee,

and

heare

him, and

beleeve.

I.

The

doarine

of

religion

which

wee

teach

is

of

God. For,

I.

Wee

teach

no

other

then

what

Mofes

taught,

nor

no

other

then

what

Jefus Chrift taught,

the

one being

faithful'

as

a

fervant, the other

as

the

fonne in

the

houfe.-

For

as

there were not

two

Churches

ofthe

old and

new

Teftament

:

So

is

there but one faith,

one

doctrine

in

fubftance,

onely differing

in

manner of

deli-

very.

2.

This

do3rine

was

perfeetly,

fully,and faith-

fully

delivered

to

the Church, teeing both were

fo

faith-

full.

if

there

be

a

doctrine

of

traditions unwritten

;

if

a

doarine

of

merits,

of

purgatory,

of

intercefíion

of

Saints,

then

was Chrift

unfaithfull

and

did

not reveale

the whole will

of

his

Father.

Paul

.a

fervant revealed

the

45

vfe.a,

Our

doEb

ine

is

of

God,