Jewish Antiquities or a Course of Lectures on the Three First Books of Godwin's Moses and Aaron; To Which Is Annexed, a Dissertation on the Hebrew Language

Jewish Antiquities or a Course of Lectures on the Three First Books of Godwin's Moses and Aaron; To Which Is Annexed, a Dissertation on the Hebrew Language

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1766 edition. Excerpt: ...yet he opened not his mouth (c).n By hk almighty power he could have delivered himself, out of the hands of his enemies, as he had done on former occasions (rf); but behold, the lion of the tribe of Judah now transformed into a lamb, by his obedience to his father's will, and compassion to the souk of men. There were, also, some circumstances peculiar to the pasehai Iamb? which contributed to its fitness aijd propriety as a type and emblem of Christ. Such as its being ordered to be free frbnV all blemish and natural defect, that it might the better represent the immaculate son of God, who was made without sin, an4 jnever did any iniquity (e) j ihat it was to fee taken out of the flock, therein representing that divine person, who, in order to bis being made a sacrifice for' our sms, did first become, (a) Matt. xl. 29. (b) 1 Pet.i. 19. (c) Isaiah liii. 7. (J) Luke iv. 29,30. John viii. 59. (/) Heb. vii. 26. 5 p'pme One of lls by taking our flesh and bloods and i was made n all things like to his brer thr'esi(J/." 1 he paschal Jamb ivas to be a male of the first year, when the flesh, was in the highest: state pf perfection fprfpodj more fitly to represent die"" child that was tp be born," T the son that was tp bp given ($) tp us, and the excellency pf the sacrifice he was tp offer for us, after he had lived a short life among men. Once more, The paschal lamb was to be taken out pf the flOdk four days before it was sacrificed. This ircumstastpe, if we understand it Of such prophetic days as are mentioned in the fourth chapter pf Ezckiei, is perfectly applicable to Christ, ffhp left his mother's house and family, and en gaged pupHckly in his office as a SavioUr, four yeafs before his death. adly. The sufferings and...show more

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  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 204g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236773942
  • 9781236773944