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I.

A&iqns.

cfiqieno;

tt,%h

prom

,p°at

examen

in,?ar apum.

t7ub.litSer.I

07

de tern

`.

3

Suffccings.

Sampfon

a

type

of

thrillfl

unto

him

as

unto

Sampfen)as

he became

a

Saviour

ftron-

ger then

the

ftrong armed

man.

He was the true

Samp-

fon

that

overcame

many

enemies,

and

flew heaps

upon

heaps.

And

althoagh

Sampfon

the

type

was

at

laft

over-

come

by

his

enemies

:

our

true

Sa

npfon

is

invincible,

and

hath glorioufly

triumphed

over

them

all.

Both

of

them

were

great deliverers; the

one

from

great

thral-

dome

and

temporall:nifery

:

the

other

from

a

greater

fpirituall

and

eternal'thraldome

under

fnn;,

the Law,.

Satan,hell, &c.

I

I.

Sampfon

was

a

type

of

Christ

in

three

efpeciall

actions.

I.

He found

meat

in

the eater,

and

from

the

flrcing

fweetnefl'e,

and

brought

Tome

of

is

to

his

parents,:

Chrift

by

his

death

(which

Teemed

to

care

him

up)

brgs

us

meat,

the bread

oflife,

fweeter

then bony;

and

tof

this

dead

Lyons

mouth,

that

is,

Christ dead,

comes

fweetnes.

Thence

(prang

whole

floor

of

Chrifi!ians,

lcl¿e

fo

many

fwarmes

of

bees.

z. Sampfon

loved

firange

women

and

went

among

the

enemies

of

God

for

a

wife;

which might

feeme

a

Crone

in

him, but that the

text

faith,

It

came

of

God,

Iudg.i 4.4.

A

type

of

Chrifls

love

to

the Gentiles, calling

his love

on

her

that

was not

beloved,

to

make

his

difpifed and

difperfed

ofthe

Gen-

tiles

hisfpoufe

and wife:as Ho/:2.

z

3,I

will

have

mercy

on

her

&c,

Where

the

whole contract

on

both

parties

is

fet

downe at

large.

3.

Sampfcn

put

forth

his

mind

in

parables

and

riddles:

fo

did

Chrift

his

do:trine

to the

Pharifes,

Mat.

r

3.34.

I

l

I.

In

paflionand

fuffering

they were very

like

in

many paitages.

i.

Both

fold

for money,

Sampfon

by

Delilah

to

the

Princes

of

the

Philiflims,

Iud7.

i 6,

.

Christ

for

thirty

peeces

offiluer unto the

chiefe

Prieíl.

Both

betrayed

by

their molt

familiar

;

the one

to

the

Philiftims, the

other

to the

PhariCees.

Both

under

pre-

tence

of

love,Sampfon by

D

IardJ.

a

6.15

.

Christ

by

Iced&

with

a

kiffe,

Both apprehended

by

their

enemies;

both