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David

a

type

QfCbrí/1,

fcriptiori

(in

part

)

is

contain

in the forecited

place,

.Sam.

16.18.

firorrg,

vaiiiait,

a

mat

of

warre,

awl

wifà

be

matter'.

A

type

of

our true

Delvid

,

who

for

forti-

tude

is

the

invincible Lion

of

the tribe

of

Iudali;

and

not

a

valiant

man

em

lye,

but the

gong

Qod,

Ifaip,G,

the mighty

God.

See

Tit,

a.

r

3.

3.

In

gifts

of

pro-

phecy. He

was

able

to

fing

divine

Pfal

es,and hyr

s

,to

the

praife

of Cad

;

an

holy pen-man

of

the

Scripture.

A

type

of

Chrif&,

the

true Prophet

of

his

Church, not a

pen

-roan,

but

the

Authour

of

all

the

holy Scriptures.

Dawida Prophet

:

Chrifl

the

Lord

ofall

holy

Prophets.

4.

In

gifts

of

true

fanai1iication

and

cliner

fe

;

being

a sanaification

man after

Gods own°

heart,

commended for his

up-

eminent in

righrnef

a

in all

matters,

five

that

oFYriah,

A

type

of

Chrift

3.wayes.

yefas

Chrift;

wh© by

the devils

conf

eflion

was the

ho-

ly One

of

God.

i.

Hirnfelfe.

being

faneì"ified

beyond

all naeafure. 2.

Being the

fanaifier

ofhis

people

; tlae

Authour,

meritour,

and

applier

of

all

fanaifying

graces

to

his

members,

of

whom

himfelfe

is

]read. 3. In his

type were

many foule

fpots

:

In

hire

no

fpot

or

items.

Therefore

the

Church

fangs

out

his

holineffe

from

topp

'

to

toe,

Cant.

5

.

t

o. and

concludes

his

whet

y

faire

wed

deleflable, verfe

t

6.

III.

¶avid

was

a

type

of

Chrif}

in

his warren.

3

Pita

in

refpea of

his

followers,

fecondly

of

his

ene-

Warres.

mien, thirdly

of

his

vi6tories.

i.

His

followers.

David

had

a

traine.

i

.

OF

poore men,

and received

Follorers,

fuchto

him

as

were

in debt, t.Sam,zs..z.

The Sonneof

David

had

a

poere

traine;

and

not received) onely, hut

calleth all

unto him that

are heavy

laden

with

the

hue-

then

of

f

nnes,ealled

debts,

promifing

he will

eafe

them.

z.

Afterwards

David

had his

thirty

feven

Worthies,

that

valiantly

fought

his battells,

a.Sam.

z

3.

and by

their

f#rength

carried wonderfirll victories

:

So

had

the

Sonne

of

David

his

twelve

Apoílïles, and

feventy

two

difci-

plcs,

who

as

worthy and

font

Champions,

fought

the

F

Lords