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5o

Iofhua

a

type of

Chrifi.

Modes

nonpug

natcura

A,,,,a-

lecitia

fed

tefhu¢,

Exod.17.xo.

jig.

pod

non

lex

nos

ab

'

oflihtra

libaaret,

red

Iefise

chrifltu.

y;

AM ons..

id'

Chap.

I

o. 24.

nay

made

his

men

of

warre

let

their

feote

on

their

necks,

and

trample them

as

dung,

and

went

on,

and

in (mall

time

had

flaine one

and

thirty

Kings

with

their

Armies,

Chap.

1

2.10.

Never

had

Ifrael

fo

many

enemies

in

their

paflage

to

Canaan,

as

Gods

people have

unto

that

heavenly Canaan

their countrey and

refit,

typi-

fied

by

that.

Even

all

the

gates

of

hell,

the

rage

of

Saran,

the

power

of

fïnne,

the allurements

of

the

world,

whole

armies

of

temptations,

a

troupe

of

pleafüres,

honours,

profits

on one

hand

a

whole

band

of

crofles

and

dif-

ura

ements on

the

other,

a

legion

of'

lufis

within

our

g

felves. But our

Iofhua

the

mighty Captaine not

onely

of

the.

Lords

hoíts

,

but

who

is

the Lord

of

has,

is

de-

fcribed to

fit

on

a

white

hone

,

whofe

name

is

called

Faithfull

and

true;

and hee

judgeth

and

fighteth righte.

oufly,Reve!.19.1

r

.

Hee

bath

valiantly

triumphed over

all

enemies,

fpoyled principalities

and

powers

,

let

his

foot

on

their necks,

trodon

Satan

under

his

feet

,

and

made

us

tread him

under

our

feet

tco.

If Iofhoa

have

flame one and

thirty

Kings

;

Our

Iof

asa

bath

flaiue fo

many

thoufand

commanders.

2.

By

meanes

of

Ie-

fhuas faithfulneffe and

fortitude not

one

word

failed

of

all

the

good

things

which the

Lord

had faid

unto I,rael,

'

but

all

came

to

paffe, Chap.

2

I

.

q

5.

and

23. 14.

So by

meanes

of

our

IoAtsa,

all

the

promises

of

God

concer-

ning heaven

and happinefle

are

accomplithed, which

are

all

in

him Yea and

Amen. Heaven and

earth may

faile,

but not one jote

of

Gods

promiiè but this

Iofhoa

will

fee

it accomplithed.

V. In

fundry

anions.

I.

IoArsa

faved Rahabs

houfe

that

had

the

red

cord hung

out at the

window,

becaufe

they

had

faved

the'

Spies,

Chap.

6

:

So

Chrift

faves

every

penitent

firmer

that

expreffeth faith in his

blood,

and

love

to

the true

Ifrael

ofGod,

efpecially his

Miniftcra and

Seers.

2.

Hee

graciouíly accepted the

Gibesrrites,

when they

humbly

feted

and

i

ntreated peace

of