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Sampfon

a

typeti

he fubdues

whole

countries and

kingdomes unto

him;

that the

werke

may bee

knowne to

be his

owne

hand

.and

power,

and

not the

inirument+s.

3.

Saxnpfon

flew

more

of

Gods

enemies

at

his death

then

in

all

his

life,luig.i

6..3o.

And

this

was the

cf

ea

of

the

death

of

Chrii,

when

finne,

Satan, hell,

the

grave, and

his

ene.

mies feerned

to triumph over

him,

and

make themfelves

merry

(with

the

Philiflirns)

as

having

in

their

power

their

ggreateff

enerie

;

but

f

àddenly

he

affliC

ed

them

more

in

his

death

then

in

alibis life.This death of

Chrif}

pulled

Satans

houle over

his

head

;

it

was

the

death

of

death,

and

fqueafing

of

all

enemies at once.

ç.

Samp-

fon

being

in

the

Citty Azzah,

and

the Citizens

now

ly-

ing in wait to

kill

him,

and

to

make

an

end

of

fo

furi-

ous

an

enemy

whom

they

had fure

within their

gates,

he arofe

at

midnight

and

Cooke

the doores

of

the gates

of

the City,

and

the

two

p0[1s,

and

lift them away

with

the

barres,and layd

them

on his fhoulders and

departed,

ch.

16. 3: So

when

fatan

and

inners

had

buried

Chriff,

laid

a

lone

on

him,fealed

it,and

watched him, thinking

they

had

him

fure enough

never

to

moleft

them

more;

he

like

another

mighty

Sampfon

rofe

in

his

might,

car-

ried

away

the

gates

and barres

of

death

from

himfelfe

and

all

his members.

All

the bonds

of

death

and

finne,

with

which

he

was bound

in our

lead,

he

fhooke

off,

as Sampfon

did

the fevengreene

cords;

and

broke

their

power

as

towe

is

broken when

it

feeleth

fire.

5. Sampfan

never

had

helpe from

any

other,in

flaying

the

Lyon,the enemies;but

with

his

owne

hand

without

any

other

fecond

or

weapon

:

So

Chrii

in

the

wilder-

neffe

alone;

in

the

garden

at

prayer alone; before

Pilate

alene,all

the

difciples fled;on

the

Croffe alone.

No

other

muff

tread

the

winepreffe;none mutt

fharein

the

honor,.

nor

conqueft

with

him.

Judgenone by

I.

Not

to

judge

of

the piety or impiety

of

Gods

!:

outward

-

la:nities.

children by

their

calamities.Sampfon

hath

many enemies,

I

many