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Subjects and Occasions.
Now published from the Au T Hor's Manuscripts
prepared for the Press by himself; the first
six having been separately printed before.
By CHARLES WHEATLT, M. A.
late Vicar of Furneux Pelham in Harts ordjhire.
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Printed for C. Davis in Htlbourn; C. Hitch in Petti*
vosterRowj and S. Austen in Newgate Strut.
'the Things concerning himself . 65, yj*
v S E R M O N VI. r.
Jesus the Chrirt.;
We have found the Mejstas; (which is, be,. ing interpreted, the Christ.) . 96
SERMON VII. VIII.
The Character of the Prophet that was to be like unto Moses.
AcTsiii. 2f, 23.
Moses truly said unto the Fathers, A Prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you, of your Brethren, like unto me: Him shall ye hear, in all Things whatsoever he shall say unto you..
And it (hall come to pass, that every Soul, which will not hear that Prophet, shall be destroy ed from among the People. U 9,136
SERMON IX. ,)
The Aaronick Priesthood a Type of Christ.
HEB. ix. 7. 11. 12. Into the second [Tabernacle] went the High Priest alone once every Tear, not with .* .' i Blood, Bloody which be offered for himself, and for the Errors of the People.
But Christ being come an High Priest of good Things to come, by a greater and more perfect Tabernacle, not made -with Hands t that is to fay, not of this Building;
Neither by the Blood of Goats and Calves, but by bis own Blood he entered in once into the Holy Place, having obtained eternal Redemption j or us. 158
SERMON X. Jesus an High Priest of the true Tabernacle.
HEB. ix. 7, 11, 12. Into the second [Tabernacle] &c. as above.
jesus an High Priest after the Order of Melchiscdec.
HEB. v. 9, 10.
Christ, being made perfect, became the Æthor of eternal Salvation, unto all them that obey him.
Called of God, an High Priest after the Order of Melchifedec. 209
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