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Subjects and Occasions.
Now published from the Author's Manuscripts prepared for the Press by himself; the first
fix having been separately printed before.
By CHARLES WHEATLY, M. A. late Vicar of Furneux Pelham in Hartfordshire.
Printed for C. Davis in Holbourn; C. Hitch in Patora nofter Row's and S. AUSTEN in Newgate Strict.
E have found him of whom Moses
write, Fefus of Nazareth, the Son
JOHN i. 41. We have found the Meffias ; (which is, beting interpreted, the Cbrift.)
SERMON. VII. VIII.
The Character of the Prophet that was to
be like unto Mofes.
Acts iü. 22, 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 Mall ye bear, in all Things whatsoever be shall
say unto you. And it fall come to pass, that every Soul,
which will not bear that Prophet, shall be destroyed from among the People. 119,136
SE R M O N IX. The Aaronick Priesthood a Type of CHRIST.
HEB, ix. 7, 11, 12. Into the second [Tabernacle] went the High Priest alone once every Year, not with
Blood, wbich be offered for himself, and
for the Errors of the People,