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Rom.x 0.4.

Cant.

M.

9.

*Tbe

Epifite

Law,

Chrift

is

the

end

of

the

Lev

for

rieghte-

oufileffi

to

every

one

that

beleeveth.

Firfr,

by

fimilitude, faith

Áuftin:when

a

man

is

come

to

the end

ofa way,

he

can

go

no

farther

:

fo

when

a

Chrif{ian

is

come to

Chrift,

he

hath

no

farther

excellencie

to

Peek

or go

unto:

in

Chrift

there

is

enough

and

enough

to

reconcile

him to

God,

and

bring

him

to

heaven.

Secondly, for

perfe5lion,laith

Cyril:

when

a

thing

is

finifhed,

it

is

Paid

to

come

to

an

end,as namely in

weaving

a

garment:

fo

Chrift

hath

fnif

hied,

perfected, and

ful-

filled

the

Law

:

he

came

not

to deffroy,

but

effablifh

it:

fo

that in

him

we

have

a

perfe

1t

righteoufnes

to

prefent

God

with

-

all,even

as

the

Law

required,Gal. z.1

6.

ar.

Thirdly,

he

is

finis

intentionis:

the

Law

bids

us

look to Chrift,

in

whom

only

we

can

live:

both

the

Moran

Law, in

the

holy

precepts

of

it,

inapofsible

in

this

our

weak

-

nefe,

therefore

have recourfe

to

Chrift,

Zotn.

8.3,

4.

together

with

the

curfes

and

threats

ofit,

whereby

it

is

a,fharpe

SMhoole-

matter,leading

to

Ohri

f,Gal

,3.24.

As

alto

the

Ceremonial)

Law,

all

wholeihadawes

figure

out

Via..01P111.