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Tolima a

type

of

Orig®

the waters,

and

they

gave

way

unto hirn

:

Chrift

in

the

fame Iorda4

divides

the heavens,

M4tth.

3.16.

and

they

tellifie unto him,

verfe

i

7.

Iofhura

divides waters,

but

he

afcribes

it

to the

power

ofthe

Lord

of

all

the

world,

Chap.

3.1

3.

But our

true

IoJhua

being

that Lord and

God

of

all

the

world,

by his

owne

power

commanded

the

feas

and

they obeyed

him.

z.

IoArea

becompaf-

fìng

the

walls

of

Jericho,

and

the long

blaff

of

ranimes

homes

overthrew

the

walls

of

it,

Chap,6.5.

Our

Iofhssa

by

as

w

eake and

vile

tneanes

in

the

eye

of

flefh,

even

by the

found

and

b14

ofthe

Gofpel (hakes

downs

day

-

ly the high and

thick

walls

of the Devill and

Antichrifis

kingdome,

and

of

the

Iericlso

of

this

world,

which

re-

rifts

the

people

of

God

in

their pafi

ge

to

Canaan. By

the preaching of the Gomel, typified by the

found

ofthe

Trumpets, our

Iofhua

overthrow

es

the

wifedome,pow-

er,

Teeming

fancily,

and

whatfoever

flrength

of

flefh

is

eppofed to

the

power

of

the Gofpel.

3.

Whiff}

Io-

fhua

was

def}roying

the

enemies

of

God,

the

Sunne

in

the

heavens

at his

word

flood

f

}ill,

and

flayed

his

courfe

as a

willing

fpec`1`atour

of

that

bufineffe,

and

deferred

the

night

left

flee

fhould want

day

to

(mite

his

enemies

in,

Chap.

r

o,

I

2.

So

our

IofXua

whilfl on the

Croffe

hee

was

fpoiling principalities

and

powers,

and opening

the

way

to

Canaan,

commanded

the

Sunny

to

flopp his

courfe,

and

hide

his

face,

to witneffe

to

all

the

world

the great

werke

in hand

that

day.

Of

both

thefe

dayes

may

be

verified,

Iofh,

m

o,

t

4.

there

was

never before

day

like,

nor

after

it

(hall be.

I

V. In his

fortitude, victory, triumphs. Both

of

them mightily miraculous,

miractiloufly

triumphant.

t

.

Iolhxa

was

the

Judge and

Capraine

of

Gods

people,

the leader

of

his

Armies,

the mighty conquerour

of

all

the

enemies

that

rofe

up

and

refitted them. Hee fubdu-

ed

both

princes and

people

of

the Canaanites. Hee fet

his

foot

on the necks

of

five kings

at

once,and

flew

them,

E

Chap.

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