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David

a

type

of

Grifl,

But the everla[ling

feed

of David

is

to

bee

meant.

i.

Chrift

himfelfe,

in

whom

his

kingdome

is

perpetua-

ted.

2.

The

true

Israel as

well

of

Gentiles

as

ofjewes

by

faith

ingrafted

into the

Melïìah,

iu

refped

ofwhorn

ihalbe no

end ofhis Kingdome.

Thus

in

all

thofe fpee-

ches

wherein

David

profeflèth

he will praife

the

Lord

among the

Gentiles,

David

mutt be

taken

as

a

type

of

Chriít, who

by

his

Spirit fet forth

the

praife and

true

worfhip

of

God

among

the

Nations

ro the

end

ofthe

world.

And fo

ParsdRom,

.9,interprets

it

ofthe

calling

of

the

Gentiles. For

David

could

not doe this literally

and

in

perfon,

among

whom

lie

never

dwelt

nor

came,

but

onely

in

him

whofe

type

he was.

V.

David

was

a

type

ofChrift

in

refpe&

ofChrift

his

propheticall and

Prieftly

office.

i

.

David

by

his

fweet

mufick

al/ayes

Sauls madneffe,

r.

Sam.

16.

z

3.

Chriít

by

the

fweet voyce

of

thé

Guipell

Hills

the

evill

fpirits which molest

and

vexe men,

and

gives

them

peace

and

quietneffe

in ;Hind

and

confcience. And

in

the

dayes

ofhis

flefh,

how

he fought

to

cure and

allay

the

fpirituall

madnefie

ofthe

wicked

Scribes

and Pharifees

againfl him,

is

plaine

in

the

Rory.

2.

David

brings

back

the Arke

to

his

right

place.2.

San,6,

So

did

Chrill,

the

truth

ofGods

Law obfcured

by

the

flip

sloffd

of

Scribes

and

Pharifees;

and reduced

the

true

fenfe and

meaning

of

it,

And freed his

Church

(fignified

by

the

ilrl`e)fr

©m

the

fpirituall

thraldome

and captivity

ofthe

Law.

3.

David

builds

an

Altar

in

the

grounds

ofa

ftranger,

i i

am.

24.24, namely,

Araunah

the

Jebufite:

The

true

David

builds up

a

Church among

the

Gentiles,

and

Pets

up

Gods worfhip

among them

that

were orangers

from

the Covenant.

4.

David

offers

a

facrifice,

and

the Lord accepts

it,fending

fire

from heaven

to

confume

it,

2.

Sam.

24.2

S.

Chriít

offers

the

molt

acceptable

fa-

crifice

that

every was,

in

which both

David., and

all

ours

muff

be

accepted;

and

in

which

alone

the Lord

F

3

finells

i8.49.

.Office

Pre-

ph

e

ticall

and

Pcicfly,

z.

Math.S.and 6,

and

7.