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the Glory of the Lord was dine.stc:ne. and tJhere was a rai^.

like' DEVOURING FlRE On Bow round about the Thronc, ill the Top Of the Mount, in Sight like umo an Emerald. . T> r »t_ nvu e 4 And round about the Throne

the Eyes of the Children of we7e four and twe Scars, and up.

Israel. on the Seats I saw four and twenty

18 And Moses went into ElDERS si"inK- clLothed in.w^"R*}'

■ -jn i- i /-i J ment} and they had on then Heads

the midst of thp Cloud, and crowns of Gold.

gat him up into the Mount: s And out of theTHnow; proceed

and Moses was in the Mount H Linings, and Thundr.ngs,

, _ , .. VT. , and Voices: and there were Seven

forty Days and forty Nights. lamps of FuE burning before the

Thronc, which are the Seven Spirits of God.

6 And before the Throne there was a Sea of Glass like unto Crystal: and in the nvdst of the Throne, and round about the Throne, were foul Beasts, full of Eyes before and behind

9 And when thole Beasts give Glory, and Honour, and Thanes to him that fat on the Thronc, who Liveth sot Ever and Ever,

to The four and twenty Elders fall down before him that lat on the Throne, and Worship him that Liveih for ever and ever, and cast theit Crowns before the Throne, saying,

r t Thou ait wonhy, O Lord, to receive Glory, and Honour, and PowEr : for thou hast Created all Things, and for thy Pleasure they Are,

and WERE CREATED.

£>«. vii. 9 I beheld, till the Thrones weie cast down, and the Ancient of Days did sit, whose Garment was white as Snow, and the Hair of his Head was like the pute Wooll : his Throne was like ihc Fiery Flame, and his Wheels as burning Fire.

Io A Fiery Stream issued, and came foith from before him; thousand, Thousands ministred unto him, and ten thousand Times ten Thousand stood before him : the Judgment was Set, and the Books were Opened.

If*, si. 17 All Nations before him aie as Nothing, and they are counted so him Less than Nothing, and Vanity.'

22 It is he that sitteth upon the Circle of the Earth, and the Inhabitants theieof are as GraQtopperi.

li. vi. I I Saw the Lord Sitting upon a Thronc, High and lifted up, and his Train filled the Temple.

a Above it stood ihe Seraphims : each one had six Whips ; with twain he covcicd his Face, and with twain he covered his Feet, and with twain he did fly.

I And one Crifd unto another, and Said, Holt, Holy, Holy is the Lord cf Hosts, the whole Earth is full of his Glory.

5 Then (aid I, Wo is me, fot I am undone, becau'e I am a Man of Unclean Lips, and I dwell in the midst of a People of unclean Lips : sot mine Eyes have seen the Kino, the Lord of Hosts.

6 Then flew one of the Seraphims unto me, having a live Coal in his Hand, which he had taken with the Tongs from off the Altar.

7 And he Iaid it upon my Mouth, and laid Lo, this hath Touched thy Jjips, and thine Iniquity is taken awjy, and thy Sin Purged.

J'hn sii. 4t These Things laid Liaias, when he saw his Glory, and spake of him.

CHAP, CHAP. XXV.

t The Offering for the Tabernacle. 10 The Form oj'the Ark. 17 The Mercy-feat. 23 The Tables, 31 and the Candle,

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the Lord spake unto Moses, saying,

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snake me a Sanctuary; that I may Dwell amongst them.

9 According to all that I shew thee, after the PatTern of the Tabernacle, and the Pattern of all the Instruments thereof, even so shall they make it.

10 And they shall make an Ark of Shittim-wood: two Cubits and a half shall be the Length thereof, and a Cubit and a half the Breadth thereof, and a Cubit and a half the Height thereof.

11 And thou shalt overlay it with pure Gold, and shalt make upon it a Crown of (Gold.

16 And thou (halt put into the Ark the Testimony which I shall give thee.

17 And thou shalt make a Mercy-seat of pure Gold: two Cubits and a half shall be the Length thereof, and a Cubit and a half the Breadth thereof.

18 And thou shalt make two Cherubims of Gold: of beaten Work shalt thou make them, in the two Ends of the Mercy-seat.

« Hti. ix. 1 Then verily the first Covenant bad also Ordinances of divine Service, and a Worldly SancTuary.

i For there was a Tabernacle made, the first wherein was rhe Candlestick, and rbe Table, and the Shew-bread 5 which was called the Sanctuary.

i And aster the second Vail, the Tabernacle, which is called the HoLiest of ALL.

4 Which had rhe golden Cinser, and the Ark of the Covenant overlaid round about with Gold, wherein was rhe Golden Pot rhat had Manna, and Aaron's Rod that budded, and the Tables of the Covenant.

5 And over it the Cherubims of Glory shadowing the Mercy-seat.

6 Now when these Things were thus ordained, the Priksts went always into the fiist Tabernacle, accomplishing the Service of God:

7 But into the second went the High Priest alone once every Tear, not without Blood, which he offered for himself, and sot the Errors of the People

S The Holt Ghost this signifying, that the Way into the Holiest of All, was not yet made manifest, while as the first Taberncale was yet standing:

9 WhichwasaFiovRifortheTime then present, in which were offered borh Gists and Sacrifices, that could not make him that did the Service Perfect, as pertaining to the Con

SCtENCE,

10 Which stood only in Meats, and Drinks, and in divers Washings, and Carnal Ordinances Imposed on them until the Time of ReforMation.

it But Christ being come an

io And make one Cherub HiG„PRiESTofGooDTHWGSTocoui,

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on the one End, and the o

ther Cherub on the other End : even of the MercySeat shall ye make the Cherubims on the two Ends thereof.

zo And the Cherubims shall stretch forth their Wings on high, covering the MerCy-seat with their Wings: and their Faces shall look one to another; toward the MerCy-seat shall the Faces of the Cherubims be.

2i And thou shalt put the

Bernacle, not made with Hands, that is to fay, not of this Building;

ii Neither by the Blood of Goats and Calves, but by his Own Blood he Entred in once into the Holt Place, having obtained Eternal ReDemption for us.

t) For if the Blood of Bulls and of Goats, and the Aflies of an Heifer, fptinkling the Unclean, Sanctifieth to i he purifying of the Flelh:

14 How much More (hall the Blood, of Christ, who through the Eternal Spirit Offered himself without Spot to God. pynGEyourConscience ftom Df.Ad Works to Serve the Living God I

15 And for this Cause he is the MeDiator of the Nkw Tf.stamfnt, that

zi nnu mwu .^.-.w , by meaiisof Death fortbeREDEMP

MERCY-SEAT above upon Tion of the Transgressions that were

the Ark, and in the Ark thou under the First Tktament,, they

shalt put the Te s T 1 M o N Y that 1 shall give thee.

22 And there I will Meet with thee, and I will com

which are called might receive the Promise of Eternal Inheritance.

K For wheie a Testa Ment is, there must also of necessity be the Death of the Testator.

wmi nice, oiiu i .. ■■• I7 for a Testament is of Force

mune with thee, from above after Men are dead • otherwise it it the Mercy-seat, from be- *TM«'h « «« ■*»* *• Te"

tween the two CHERUBIMS ,8 whereupon neither the fust TeWhich are upon the ARK. of stamcni was dedicated without Blood.

the Testimo N Y, ot all » precept [o athe peopfe ac_ Things which I will give thee cording to the Law, he took the

in Commandment UntO the Blood of Calves and of Goats, with

/--u-ij „f Ts^Pi w»ter-and lciirlet w°01'and Hys"

Children ot llrael. sop> and {pliakiei both the Book,

and all the People. 10 Saying, This is the Blood of the Testament which God hath en

*°Ti Morcover^ne sprinkled likewise with Blood both the Tabernacle, and all the Vessels of the M;nstry.

22 And almost all Things are by the Law Purged with Blood; and without Shedding of Blood is no Remission.

2, It was therefore necessary that the Patterns of Things in the HeaVens Ihould be purified with theses but the Heavenly Things theralelvet with Better Sacrifices than these. , . , . ...

24 For Christ is not entred. into the holy Places made w.th Hands, which ate The Figures of the True 5 b'ut into Heaven itlelf, now to Appear Id, the Presence of God for us.

as Nor yet that he should Offer himself often, as the High Priest en-r treth into the Holy Place every Year with Blood of others:

25 (For then must he often have suffered since the Foundation ot the World) but now orice in the End of the WoRUl hath he appeared to ru« Awai Si? by the Sacrifice of himself. « Ana,

17 And as It is appointed unto Men once to Die, bnt after this the JudgMent:

I 8 So Christ was once Offered to bear the Sins of many; and unto them that Look for him (hall he appear the second Time without Sin unto Salvation.

40 * Look that thou make '»«*■ "'"• s who Serve unto the them after their Pattern ■—£ - ^^^0= § H E W E D to thee 111 the of God, when he was about to builcl MoUNT. the Tabernacle. For fee ( faith he)

rhat thou make all Things according to the Pattern Shewed to thee in the Mount.

CHAP. XXVI.

i The ten Curtains of the Tabernacle. 31 The Vail for the Ark.

CHAP. XXVII.

1 The Altar of Burnt-offering, with the Vessels. 9 The Court of the Tabernacle. 20 The Oylfor the Lamp.

CHAP. XXVIII.

1 Aaron and his Sons are set apart for the Pries s Office. 6 The Ephod. 30 The Urim and Thummim. 37 The Mitre.

Ver. I \ N D 8 take thou Utl- e **. viii. 1 Now of the Thing!

s\ t^ fl-,0,0 A Xy^.r tV.Tr which we have spoken, this is the 11 to thee Aaron thy SuM . We have ^ an HlGH priest

Brother, and his botlS With who is set on the Right Hand of the him, from among the Chil- Throne of the Majestt in the Headren of Israel, that he may VE^ Mim5TER of the SiUlctoaty,

MINISTER UntO me in the and of the True Tabernacle which.

Priest's Office even '^e Lord Pitchfd, and not Man.

A Xtjl Jal-i. r i For every High Priest is or

Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, E- dain<.d to offeJ Gifts snd sacrifices: leazar and Ithamar, Aaron's wherefore it is of Necessity that Sons. ''"s Miln navemcw'iat al,° t0 of*

2 And thou shalt make \ For if he were on Earth, he holy Garments for Aaron thy mould not be a Priest, feeing that

Brother, for Glory and for ,he" at£ Pli,cstsT ,hat off« Gifw ac*

„' ' cording to the Law.

Beauty.

3 And thou shalt speak unto all that are wise-hearted, ■whom I have silled with the Spirit of Wisdom, that fhey

may may make Aaron's Garments to Consecrate him that he" may Minister unto me in the Priest's Office.

CHAP. XXIX.

I The Sacrifices and Ceremonies of consecrating the Priests; 38 The continual Burnt-offering. 45 God'/ Promise tt diiiell among the Children cf Israel. 1 Ver. 1 A ND this is the Thing that thou Shalt do unto l\ them to hallow them, to Minister to me in the Priest's Office: Take one young Bullock, and two Rams without Blemish,

2 And unleavened Bread, and Cakes unleavened, tempered with Oyl, and Wafers unleavened anointed with Oyl: of Wheaten Flour shalt thou make them.

3 And thou shalt put them into one Basket, and bring them in the Basket, with the Bullock and the two Rams.

4 And Aaron and his Sons thou shalt bring unto the Door of the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and shalt wash them with Water.

5 And thou shalt take the Garments, and put upon Aaron the Coat, and the Robe of the Ephod, and the Ephod, and the Breast-plate, and gird him with the curious Girdle of the Ephod.

6 And thou shalt put the Mitre upon his Head, and put the holy Crown upon the Mitre.

7 Then shalt thou take the anointing Oyl, and pout it upon his Head, and anoint him.

8 And thou shalt bring his Sons, and put Coats upon them.

9 And thou shalt gird them with Girdles (Aaron and his Sons) and put the Bonnets on thefti: and the Priest's Office shall be theirs for a perpetual Statute : and thou shalt Consecrate Aaron and his Sons.

10 •» And thou shalt cause "m. x. i For the Law having a a Bullock to be brought be- Shadow of Good Things to come, sore the Taherrmrle ns she and not the very I Mage of the Thing*,

tore me tabernacle ot the can never with those Sacrifices which

Congregation : and Aaron they offered Tear by Tear cootinuand his Sons shall put their aUy.rnahe the Comers thereunto paxHands upon the Head of the FEfF«i then would they not haveBullock, ceased to be oft'aed? because that

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