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But this external sign of Sorrow grew at length so into meer custom and formality, that it signified no more the sence of their minds, then our common wearing of Mourning does: And therefore God, that did accept it while there was any thing in it, now it was grown to be a Ceremony only, would have none of it, but expresly forbids it, saying, Rent your heart and n [...]t your Garments. As if the Lord should say, Come, don't ye think to cheat me with your pitiful feigned and formal Repentance of renting your Garments, and tearing your Cloaths, while you keep your sins whole: But instead of all this ado of renting your Garments, rent your Hearts: 'Tis not your Cloaths, 'tis your Wickedness and your Corruptions that I would have you rent off from you. Wherefore rent your Hearts, the Seat and Fountain of all your guilt; and don't ye think that the tearing your Coats shall explate your Sins, or make an amends for your breaking my Commands, and the defiling your own Consciences.
And the Reasons are plain: for if true Repentance, that is, such as is well-pleasing to God, did consist in these customary external Compliances; then the wickedest men, and the worst of Hypocrites, would be more acceptable to God, than the sincerest Christians; nay, Papists would be more acceptable God than Protestants; and Pagans then either: for the worse the Worship is, the more are the Ceremonies. Balaam will have Seven Altars to Elijah's One: for they are fain to supply the defects of their Worship by the multitude of exterior Performances and Observations.
[...] the [...] Use shall be for Instruction. Is it so, that true Repentance consists not in any exterior Observations? Then hence we may learn how much and deservedly they are to blame, that place [...] more in renting the garment, then in renting the heart; [...] to a Ceremony, or some external Observation, as an [...] of true Repentance: Who instead of preaching up a good, a virtuous, and a Christian Life, and of pressing their People to bring forth Fruits meet for Repentance, do lay out a deal of Dull Divinity in urging their Auditors to a thorow Conformity to a few Humorous and Caprioious Ceremonies.
Secondly, Is it so, that true Repentance, and such as is acceptable [Page 8]unto God, consists not in any formal and exterior Observations; then be instructed not to overvalue them; there is a mighty propensity in our Natures, to say of our exterior Observations, as Micah did of his Consecrated Levite, Judg. 17. last ver. Now know I, says he, that the Lord will do me good, seeing I have a Levite to my Priest. But he was so mistaken, that you find in the very next Chapter, that this very Priest, which he hugg'd himself so much for, joyn'd with a company of Robbers to plunder his Masters House, and steal away his Gods from him, ver. 20. So all your Confidence in the external parts of Religion, will but serve you like this Levite, Cheat and deceive you. Nay of all the deceits in nature this is the most dreadful, for it not only deludes you to the day of your Death, but continues its delusion at the very day of Judgment; for in the 7th of St. Matthew, you find that these Confidents come with such a marvellous boldness to Christ, that they argue the matter with him, saying: Lord, Lord, have we not preached in thy Name, and in thy Name have cast out Devils, and in thy Name done many wonderful works? vers. 22. Nay the Evangelist St. Luke goes further, and tells you that these mistaken Souls demand entrance into Heaven, saying: Lord! Lord! Open unto us: For we have (received the Sacrament) eat and drunk in thy presence, and thou hast taught in our Streets, Luke 13.25, 26. Good Lord! what a dreadful delusion is this, that carries exterior Professors not only through Death, but to the day of Judgment too? and are never convinced of their mistake till they receive that final and eternal doom, Depart from me ye warkers of Iniquity, v. 27. And certainly it is from hence that St. John the Baptist thus chargeth the Pharisees and Sadduces that came to his Baptism, Think not to say within your selves, we have Abraham to our Father, Matth. 3.9. As if he should say; Have a care, for that thought will make you rest short of true Religion, and make you miscarry at the last. And as St. John bid them that they should not think to say, that they had Abraham to their Father; so I bid you, do not think to say that you have the Church for your Mother; for it is not your being Sons of the Church, if you reckon your Sonship merely from your Birth, or Baptism or outward Conformity, that [Page 9]will profit you any thing; for you may come to Church and perform all the Ceremonies and exterior parts of worship, and yet be bid depart at last among the workers of Iniquity, if the Power of Godliness as well as the Profession thereof be not found in you: Wherefore, be instructed not to overvalue any formal or external part of Religion whatsoever. And thus much for Instruction: Come we next to Rproof.
Secondly, Let those that fall under this Reproof, bethink themselves, whether in their heat and zeal of preaching up Conformity to exterior Observations, they have not fed their Flocks with husks instead of Bread? And by reason of this may not your Hearers cry out with the Prophet, My Leanness! my Leanness! Wo unto me, Isa. 24.16. In the Jewish Church there were many external Observances commanded, and therefore had Divine Authority for their warrant; and yet when these Externals were screw'd up to that height, and grew so rank that Religion run all into stalk, and had nothing but a bare appearance and mere outside in it, the Lord loathed and abhorred them, though they had his own Precept for them: Pray will you see how that great and Evangelical Prophet Isaiah both opens and shuts up his Prophecy: In his first Chapter you find him opening his Prophecy thus: Thus saith the Lord, Bring no more vain Oblations, Incense is an Abomination to me, the New Moons and Sabbaths, the Calling of Assemblies I cannot away with, it is iniquity even the solemn meetings; your New Moons and your appointed Feasts my Soul hateth, they are a trouble unto me, I am weary to bear them. And now see how he shuts up his Prophecy in his last Chapter: He that killeth an Oxe is as if he slew a man, he that sacrificeth a Lamb as if he cut off a Dogs neck: he that offereth an Oblation as if he offered Swines blood, he that burneth Incense as if he blessed an Idol, ver. 3. Yet Sacrifices, Oblations, Incense, New Moons, Sabbaths, [Page 11]their solemn Assemblies, and their Festivals were all commanded by the Lord; but when all Religion came to be put in these exterior Observations, and that they eat up and usurped the place of the life and power thereof, they became an Abomination to God and all good men, and their Sacrifices, Oblations, and Incense, were but as Murder, Prophanity, and Idolatay before the Lord. A mighty memorable and particular instance of this matter, you have in the Second of Kings, Chap. 18. ver. 4. In the third Verse it is said, that King Hezekiah did that which was right in the sight of the Lord, according to all that David his Father did. And the fourth Verse tells you what those right things were; He removed the high Places, he brake the Images, he cut down the Groves, and that he might make clear work, it is added, that he brake in pieces the brazen Serpent that Moses had made. The occasion of making it you will find in the twenty first of Numbers, which was thus: The Children of Israel in their Journeyings in the Wilderness, were grievously afflicted with fiery Serpents, which bit and killed many of them: Upon this the people besought Moses, that he would pray unto God for them, that he would take away those Serpents; which Moses did: And the Lord gave this answer to the prayer of Moses, ver. 8. Make thee a fiery Serpent, and set it upon a pole, and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looketh upon it shall live. And in the ninth Verse, Moses made this Serpent of Brass, and put it upon a pole, and it came to pass that if a Serpent had bitten any man, when he beheld that Serpent of brass he lived, as the Lord had promised. And you find that this brazen Serpent had the honour to be reckoned a Type of Christ, even by our Lord himself, John 3.14. As Moses lift up the Serpent in the Wilderness, even so (says our Saviour) must the Son of Man be lifted up; that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. How then comes it about, that the breaking this brazen Serpent in pieces, should be one of those excellent Acts which is said to be right in the sight of the Lord? Why, the Text tells you that the Children of Israel burnt Incense to it: And when any thing becomes an Idol, though it hath been honoured with never so great a Divine presence, and hath performed [Page 12]never so many and mighty operations, and have been never so much instrumental in the hand of God, to work wonders in the world, yet it must be removed and destroyed: A Mind that is throughly set for God, and a Magistrate that is resolved to discharge his duty aright, must down with not only Images and Groves, and those grosser parts of Idolatry and Will-worship; but the brazen Serpent also, when it not only ceaseth to propagate true Religion, but is set up in opposition against it: For though it have been never so useful and serviceable to heal and save the people formerly; yet when it does degenerate and becomes instrumental to destroy them, it should down too; for 'tis not their past excellency nor service should prevail with you to spare them, when they are become a present damage. Well then, if exterior Observations of Gods own appointment, and such as have had his express Commands to warrant them, may become so abominable, when it runs up into Forms and Ceremonies only, and engages it self in a direct opposition to the power and life of Religion, how abominably abominable must those Observations needs be that have no sacred Sanction, and at best nothing but humane Precepts and humor to maintain them? And are they to be reproved that exalt and cry up the formal and external Observations of Instituted Worship, and give it the preference to the internal and Spiritual part of Religion, as such as do but betray and undo their hearers? And are they to be excused that magnifie and exalt the formal and exterior Observations of invented Worship, to the eternal and everlasting Ruin of the Souls that credit them? God forbid: But I must go on. 041b061a72