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Table of Passages of the Old Testament cited or referred to in the New. Chap Ver.

Chap. Ver. ü. 24, 25. from Isa. liii. 5, 6.

vii. 17. from Isa. xxv. 8. . 6. from Gen. xviij. 12.

5. from Dan. xii. 7. 10-12. from Psa. Xxxiv. 12-16.

9. from Ezek. iii. 3. iv. 18. from Prov. xi. 31.

xi. 4. from Zech. iv. 3. 5. from Prov. iii. 34.

xii. 5. from Psa. ii. 9.

xü. 10. from Gen. ix. 6. 2 PETER

xiv. 5. from Psa. xxxii. 2.

8. from Psa. xxi. 9. u. 22. from Prov. xxvi. 11.

10. from Psa. lxxv. 8. jü. 8. from Psa. xc. 4.

XV. 4. from Jer. x. 7. 9. from Ezek. Xxxiii. 11.

8. from Exod. xl. 34.

xviii, 2. from Isa. xiii. 21, 22. JUDE.

4. from Isa. xlviii. 20; Jer. 1. 8. 9, from Zech. iii. 2.

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6. from Psa. cxxxvii. 8.

7. from Isa. xlvii. 7, 8. APOCALYPSE.

11. from Ezek. xxvi. 35, 36.

17, &c. from Ezek. xxix. 29, &c. i. 7. from Zech, xii. 10.

21. from Jer. li. 64. ü. 23. from Psa. vi. 10.

23. from Jer. xxv. 10. 27. from Psa. ii. 10.

xix. 13. from Isa. lxiii. 2, 3. üi. 7. from Isa. xxi. 22.

XX. 8. from Ezek. xixvi. 2; xxxix. 1. 19. from Prov. iii. 12.

xxi. 1. from Isa. lxv. 17. iv. 8. from Isa. vi. 3.

4. from Isa. xxv. 8. v. 5. from Gen. xlix. 9.

15. from Ezek. xl. 3. 11. from Dan. vii. 10.

23. from Isa. Ix. 19. vi. 14. from Isa. xxxiv. 4.

25. from Isa. Ix. 20. 16. from Isa. ï, 19; Hos. x. 8.

27. from Isa. XXXV. 8. vii. 3. from Ezek. ix. 4.

xxii, 5. from Isa. lx. 19, 20.

18 H. 27 G. 47 N. Plerumque 0.; i, e., 200, aut eo circiter.

The above table was printed by Mr. E. Leigh, for his Critica Sacra. I have made a few corrections and additions.-A.C.

TABLE I.

Of passages collected from the Old Testament, as a testimony to the New; not indeed in the

same words, but having the same meaning,

GENESIS. Chap. Ver. i. 1. By faith we know that the worlds were made.

Heb. xi. 3.

The heavens were of old. 2 Pet. iü. 5. 27. Adam was first formed. 1 Tim. ii. 13. ii. 22. But the man is not of the woman. 1 Cor. xi. 8. üi. 4. But the serpent deceived Eve by his subtilty. 2

Cor. xi. 3.
6. Adam was not deceived. 1 Tim. ii. 14.
iv. 4. By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent

sacrifice than Cain. Heb. xi. 4.
8. From the blood of righteous Abel. Matt, xxii.

35.
Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one. 1

John iii. 12.
Wo to them, for they have gone in the way

of
Cain. Jude 12.
V. 24. By faith Enoch was translated. Heb. xi. 5.
vi. 12. When once the longsuffering of God waited. 1

Pet. iii. 20.
13. By faith Noah was warned. Heb. xi. 7.
22. Noah, the eighth person, a preacher of righteous-

Chap. Ver.
xvi. 15. Abraham had two sons, the one by a bondmaid.

Gal. iv. 22.
xvii. 11. And gave him the covenant of circumcision.

Acts vii. 8; Rom. iv. 11. xviii. 10. By faith Sarah herself received strength. Heb.

xi. 11.. 12. As Sarah obeyed Abraham. 1 Pet. iii. 6. xix. 25. And the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. 2 Pet.

ii. 6.

As Sodom and Gomorrah. Jude 7.
26. Remember Lot's wife. Luke xvii. 32,

For as it was in the days of Lot, they ate, they

drank, they bought. Luke xvii. 27. xxi. 1. Abraham had a son by the free-woman. Gal.

iv. 22. xxii. 1. By faith, Abraham, when he was tried. Heb.

xi. 17. 9. Abraham offered his son upon the altar. James

ii. 21. xxii. 16. As he spoke unto our fathers. Luke i. 55. xxv. 22. Rebecca also conceived by ono; our father Isaac.

Rom. ix. 10. 31. Lest there be a fornicator or profane person, as

2 Pet. ii. 5. vii. 4. For as the days that were before the flood. Matt.

xxiv. 32. ix. 6. All they that take the sword shall perish by the

gword. Matt. xxvi. 52; Rev. xiii. 10. xü. 4. By faith Abraham, when he was called. Heb.

xi. 8. xiv, 18. For this Melchisedek. Heb. vii. 1.

was Esau, who for one mess of pottage sold

his birthright. Heb. xi. 16. xxvi. 28. By faith he blessed them concerning things to

Heb. xi. 20. xlviii. 15. By faith, Jacob when he was dying. Heb. xi. 21. xlix. 10. Of whom Moses wrote in the law. John i. 45.

1. 24. By faith, Joseph, when he died. Heb. xi, 22.

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EXODUS.

Chap. Ver.
Chap. Ver.

xxviii. 8. The priests profane the Sabbath in the temple. 2. By faith, Moses, when he was born. Heb. xi.

Mait. xii. 5.
23.
11. By faith, Moses, when he was come to years.

DEUTERONOMY.
Heb. xi. 24.
Moses, seeing one of them suffering wrong.

i. 16, 17. Have not respect of persons. James ü. 1, 9.

x. 17. For there is no respect of persons with God. Acts vii. 24.

Rom. ü. 11; Acts x. 34; Col. iii. 25; Ephes iii. 2. And when forty years were expired. Acts vii.

vi. 9. 30. xii. 11. Through faith he kept the passover. Heb. xi. 28.

xvii. 6. He that despised Moses' law. Heb. x. 28.

xviii. !: Do ye not know that they who minister in holy xiv. 22. They were baptized unto Moses in the cloud. 1 Cor. x. 2.

things. 1 Cor. ix. 13.

xxiv. 1. Whosoever shall put away his wife. Matt. y By faith they passed through the Red Sea. Heb. xi. 29.

31, xix. 7; Mark x, 4. Xvi. 15. Our fathers ate manna in the wilderness. John

JOSHUA. vi. 49. He gave them bread from heaven. John vi. 31. ii. 1. Likewise Rahab the harlot. James ii. 25.

They did all eat that spiritual meat. 1 Cor x. 3. vi. 20. By faith the walls of Jericho fell down. Heb. xvii. 6. For they drank of that spiritual rock which fol

xi. 30. lowed them. 1 Cor. x. 4.

By faith, Rahab the harlot. Heb. xi. 31. xix. 6. A holy nation, a peculiar peaple. 1 Pet. ii. 9. 12. And if a beast touch the mountain. Heb. xii. 20.

1 SAMUEL 16. Ye are not come unto the mountain. Heb. xi.

xxi. 6. Do ye not know what David did when he was xxiv. 8. When Moses had spoken every precept. Heb.

hungry. Matt. xii. 3; Mark ü. 25; Luke vi. 4. ix. 19.

1 KINGS. xxvi. 1. For there was a tabernacle made, the first. Heb. ix. 2.

ii. 10. Let me speak freely concerning the patriarch xxxü. 6. Be not ye idolaters, as were some of them. 1

David. Acts ii. 29, xii. 36.
Cor. x. 7.

1. The queen of the south. Matt. xii. 42; Luke xl. 4. Wherein was the candlestick: Heb. ix. 2.

xi. 31.

xvii, 1. The heavens were shut for the space of three LEVITICUS.

years. Luke iv. 25.

Elijah was a man of like passions with us. James Xü. 3. Ye on the Sabbath circumcise a man. John vii.

v. 17.
22.
When eight days were fulfilled. Luke ï. 21.

2 KINGS.
4. When the days of their purification. Luke ii. 22.
6. And to offer a sacrifice according to the law.

iv, 29. Salute no man by the way. Luke x. 4.
Luke ii. 24,

v. 13. Many lepers were in Israel. Luke iv. 27. xiv. 4. Bring the gift which Moses hath commanded. Matt. viii. 4; Mark i. 44.

1 CHRONICLES. xvi. 14. If the blood of bulls and goats. Heb. ix. 13. xxiii. 13. But no man receiveth this lronour to himself, but 17. The whole multitude of the people were without

he that was called, as was Aaron. Heb. v. 4. worshipping. Luke i. 10. xix. 15. Not with respect to persons. James ii. 1.

JOB.
17. If thy brother sin against thee. Matt. xviii. 15;
Luke xvii. 3.

i. 21. For we brought nothing into this world. 1 Tim.

vi. 7. XX. 10. Moses in the law commanded such to be stoned.

v. 17. Blessed is the man that endureth temptation. John viii. 5.

James i. 12.

xxxiv. 19. For God is no respecter of persons. Acts x. 34. NUMBERS. viii. 16. Every male that openeth the womb. Luke ii. 23.

PSALMS. ix. 18. All our fathers were under the cloud. 1 Cor.

xli. 10. But the Son of man goeth. Matt. xxvi. 24; x. 1.

Mark xiv, 21; Luke xxii. 22. xi. 7. He gave them bread from heaven to eat. John cxxxii. 5. David desired to find a tabernacle for the God vi. 31.

of Jacob. Acts vii, 46, xii. 7. Moses was faithful in all his house. Heb. üi. 2. xiv. 37. Whose carcasses fell in the wilderness. Heb.

PROVERBS. iii. 17. xvi. 1. They have perished in the gainsaying of Korah. xi. 31. If the righteous scarcely be saved. 1 Pet. iv. Jude 11.

18. xix. 3. For the bodies of the beasts whose blood is xvii. 27. Let every one be swift to hear. James i. 19. brought. Heb. xüi. 12.

9. If we say we have no sin. 1 John i. 8. XX. 10. They drank of that spiritual rock that followed

xxiv. 13. Have not the faith, with respect of persons. them. 1 Cor. x. 4:

James ï. 1. xxi. 5. Neither let us tempt Christ. 1 Cor. x. 9.

6. Sit not down in the chief seat. Luke xiv. 8. 9. As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness. John ii. 14.

ISAIAH xxii. 23. The dumb ass speaking with a man's voice. 2 viii. 14. Behold this is set for the fall and rising again. Pet. i. 16.

Luke ii. 34. 39. Following the way of Balaam. 2. Pet. ii. 15; xiii. 10. After the tribulation of those days, the sun shall Jude 11.

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be darkened. Matt. xxiv. 29; Mark xiii. xxiv. 14. They hold the doctrine of Balaam, who taught Balak. Rev. ii. 14.

xli. 8. He hath holpen his servant Israel. Luke i. 54. 6. Let us not commit adultery as some of them. 1 liv. 1. Blessed are the barren. Luke xxiii. 29. Cor. x. 8.

lviii. 7. I was hungry and ye gave me meat. Matt. XXV. xxvi. 64. Whose bodies fell in the wilderness. I Cor. x. 5.

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DANIEL. lxii. 2. Clothed with a garment dipped in blood. Rev.

Chap. Ver. xix. 13.

vi. 10. And thousands of thousands. Rev. s. 11. JEREMIAH.

xii. 7. And the angel which I saw standing on the sea.

Rev. x. 5. ii. 21. A man that was a householder. Matt. xxi. 33; Mark xii. 1; Luke xx. 9.

JOEL. xviii. 6. Shall the thing formed say to him who formeth it. Rom. ix. 20.

ü. 15. The sun shall be darkened. Matt. xxiv, 29;

Mark xiii. 24. EZEKIEL xii. 21. Where is the promise of his coming. 2 Pet. ii. 4.

МІСАН. . xviii. 7. I was hungry and ye gave me meat. Matt. xxv. ii. 10. Here we have no continuing city. Heb. xu. 35.

14. xxxix. 2. And when the thousand years shall be finished. iv. 7. He shall reign over the house of Jacob. Luke Rev. xx. 7.

i. 33.

TABLE II.

Of passages collected from the Old Testament, as a testimony to the New ; not indeed in the

same words, but having the same meaning.,

GENESIS Chap. Ver.

i. 27. He made them male and female. Matt. xix. 4. ii. 2. And God rested the seventh day. Heb. iv. 4.

7. And the first man Adam was. 1 Cor. xv. 47. 24. Therefore shall a man leave father and mother.

Matt. xix. 5; Mark x. 7; Cor. vi. 16; Eph.

v. 31.
And they two shall be one flesh. Matt. xix. 5;

Mark x. 7 ; 1 Cor. vi. 16; Eph. v. 31. xi. 1, 5, 6. Go out of thy country, Acts vii. 3.

In thy seed shall all the kindreds of the earth be

blessed. Acts nii. 25. XV. 5. So shall be thy seed. Rom. iv. 18. 6. And Abraham believed. Rom. iv. 18; James

ii. 23; Ga!. u. 6. 13, 16. Thy seed shall sojourn. Acts vii. 6. xvii. 4. Thou shalt be a father of many nations. Rom.

iv. 17. xvii, 10. I will return, according to the time of life. Rom.

ix. 9. xxi. 10. Cast out the bondwoman and her son. Gal. iv. 30.

In Isaac shall thy seed be called. Rom. ix. 7. xxii. 17. In blessing will I bless thee. Heb. vi. 14. 18. In thy sced shall all nations of the earth be

blessed. Gal. iii. 8; Acts iii. 25. xxv. 23. The elder shall serve the younger. Rom. ix. 12.

XX.

Chap. Vor.
xxv. 40. Look that thou make all after the pattem. Heb.

vju. 5; Acts vii. 44.
XXXii. . 1. Make us gods that may go before us. Acts vä.

40. xxxiii. 19. I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious.

Rom. ix. 15. xxxiv. 33. Moses put a veil on his face. 2 Cor. ii. 13.

LEVITICUS. xi. 44. Ye shall be holy, for I am holy. Thess. ir.

7; 1 Pet. i. 15, 16. xviii. 5. Which if a man do, he shall live in them. Luke

X. 28; Rom. x. 5. xix. 12. Ye shall not swear by my name falsely. Matt.

v. 33; James v. 12. 18. Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. Matt.

v. 43; xxii. 39; Gal. v. 14; James ü. 8. 9. Every one that curseth father or mother, Matt.

XV. 4. xxiv. 20. Eye for eye, tooth for tooth. Matt. v. 39. xxvi. 11. I will dwell among you.

2 Cor. vi. 16.

NUMBERS.
ix. 12. Nor break any bone of it. John xix. 36.

DEUTERONOMY.
iv. 24. The Lord thy God is a consuming fire. Heb.

xü. 29. v. 16. Honour thy father and thy mother. Matt. x.

4; Mark vii. 13; Eph. vi. 2. 17. Thou shalt not kill. Matt. v. 21. 18. Thou shalt not commit adnitery. Luke xvi. 20 19. Thou shalt not steal. Luke xviii. 20; Rom.

xiu. 9. 20. Thou shalt not bear false witness. Luke xvi.

20; Rom. xii. 9. 21. Thou shalt not covet. Rom. vii. 7. vi, 4. Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one Lord.

Mark xü. 29. 5. Thou shalt love the Lord. Matt. xxü. 37,

Mark xii. 30; Luke x. 27. 13. Thou shalt scar the Lord thy God, and serve him.

Matt. iv. 10 ; Luke iv. 8. 16. Ye shall not tempt the Lord your God. Matt.

EXODUS. lii. 6. I am the God of Abraham. Matt. xxii. 32;

Mark xii. 26; Luke xx. 37; Acts vii. 32. ix. 16. For this cause have I raised thee up. Rom. ix.

17. xii. 46. A bone of him shall not be broken. John xix. 36. xiii. 2. Every male that openeth the womb. Luke ii. 23. xvi. 18. He that gathered much had nothing over. 2 Cor.

viii. 15.
XX. 12. Honour thy father and mother. Matt. xv. 4;

Eph. vi. 2.
13. Thou shalt not kill. Matt. v. 21.
14. Thou shalt not commit adultery. Matt. v. 27.
15. Thou shalt not steal, &c. Rom. xiii. 9.

17. Thou shalt not covet. Rom. vii. 7.
xxi. 17. He that curseth his father or mother. Matt. xv.

iv. 7; Luke iv. 12. vii. 3. Man doth not live by bread only. Matt. iv. 4;

Luke iv. 4. x. 17. God accepteth not persons. Acts r. 34; Rom.

u. 11; Gal. ii. 6; Eph. vi. 9; 1 Pet. i. 17.

4; Mark vii. 10. 24. Eye for eye, tooth for tooth. Matt. v. 38. xxii. 28. Thou shalt not speak evil of the ruler of thy

people. Acts xxui. 5. xxiv. 8. Behold the blood of the covenant Heb. ix. 20; xi. 20; 1 Pet. i. 2.

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Chap. Ver.

Chap. Ver.
xviii. 15. . A prophet shall the Lord raise up unto thee. xl. 6. Sacrifice and offering thou didst not desire.
John i. 45; Acts in. 22, vii. 37.

Matt. xii. 7; Heb. x. 5. xix. 15. At the mouth of two witnesses. Matt. xviii. xli. 9. He who did eat of my bread. John xiii. 18.

16; John viii. 17; 2 Cor. xii. 1; 1 Tim. v. xliv. 22. For thy sake are we killed all the day. Rom. 19; Heb. x. 28.

vii. 36. 21. An eye for an eye, tooth for tooth, hand for xlv. 6. Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever. Heb. hand. Matt. v. 38.

i. 8. xxi. 23. He that is hanged is accursed. Gal. iii. 13. li. 4. That thou mightest be justified when thou speakXxv. 4. Thou shalt not muzzle the ox. i Cor. ix. 9;

est. Rom. m. 4. 1 Tim. v. 18.

Iv. 22. Cast thy burden upon the Lord. 1 Pet. v. 7. 5. If a man's brother die. Matt. xxii. 24 ; Mark lxii. 12. Thou renderest to every man according. Matt. xü. 19; Luke xx. 28.

xvi. 27; Rom. ï. 6; 1 Cor. ii. 8. xxvii. 26. Cursed is he who confirmeth not all 'the words lxviii. 18. Thou hast ascended on high, and led captivity of this law. Gal. iii. 10.

captive. Eph. iv. 8. XXX. 12. Who shall go up for us to heaven.

Rom. x. Ixix. 9. The zeal of thy house hath eaten me up. John 6, &c.

ii. 17. 14. But the word is very nigh unto thee.

Rom. x.

The reproaches of them that reproach thee. 6, &c.

Rom. xv. 3. xxxii. 21. I will move them to jealousy. Rom. X. 19.

22. Let their table become a snarė. Rom. xi. 9, 10. 35. To me belong vengeance and recompense.

25. Let their habitation be desolate. Acts i. 20. Rom. xii. 19; Heb. x. 30.

lxxviii. 2. I will open my mouth in parables. Matt. xiii.

35. JOSHUA.

24. He gave them bread from heaven. John vi. 31;

1 Cor. x. 3. i. 5. I will not fail thee. Heb. xiii. 5.

lxxxii. 6. I have said, Ye are gods. John X. 34. II. SAMUEL.

lxxxix. 20. I have found David my servant. Acts xüi. 22.

xci. 11. He will give his angels charge concerning thee. vii. 14. I will be his father. Heb. i. 5.

Matt. iv. 6; Luke iv. 10.

xciv. 11. The Lord knoweth the thoughts of man. 1 Cor. I. KINGS,

iii. 20. xix. 10. They have slain thy prophets. Rom. xi. 3.

7. To-day, if ye will hear his voice. Heb. iii. 7,

iv. 7.
18. I have left me seven thousand in Israel. Rom.
xi. 4.

11. Unto whom I sware in my wrath. Heb. iv. 3.

cii. 25. Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid. Heb. i. JOB.

10.

civ. 4. Who maketh his angels spirits. Heb. i. 7. v. 13. He taketh the wise in their own craftiness. cix. 8. His bishopric let another take. Acts i. 20. 1 Cor. ii. 19.

1. The Lord said unto my lord. Matt. xxii. 44 ;

Mark xii. 42; Acts ii. 34; 1 Cor. xv. 25. PSALMS.

Until I make thine enemies thy footstool. üi. 1. Why do the heathen rage. Acts, iv. 25.

1 Cor. xv. 25. 7. Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee.

4. Thou art a priest for ever. Heb. v. 6, vii. Acts xii. 33; Heb. i. 5; v. 3.

17, 21. 9. Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron. Rev.

The Lord hath sworn, and will not repent. ii. 27, xii. 5, xix. 15.

Heb. vii. 17. iv. 4. Stand in awe and sin not. Eph. iv. 26.

cxii. 9. He hath dispersed abroad. 2 Cor. ix. 9. 9. Their_throat is an open sepulchre. Luke xi.

cxvi. 10. I believed ; therefore have I spoken. 2 Cor.

iv. 13. 44; Rom. iii. 13. vi. 8. Depart from me, ye workers of iniquity. Matt. 11. I said in my haste, All men are liars. Rom. vii. 23, xxv. 41; Luke xiii27.

i. 4. viii. 2. Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings.

cxvii. 1. Praise the Lord, all ye nations. Rom. xv. 11. Matt. xi. 25, xxi. 16; 1 Cor. i. 27.

6. The Lord is on my side. Heb. xiii

. 6. 4. What is man that thou art mindful of him?

22. The stone which the builders rejected. Matt. Heb. ii. 6.

xxi. 42 ; Mark xii. 10; Luke xx. 17; Acts 6. Thou hast put all things under his fect. i Cor.

iv. 11; 1 Pet. ïï. 4, 7. xv. 27; Heb. ii. 8.

25, 26. Save now, I beseech thee,-Blessed is he 7. His mouth is full of cursing. Rom. iii. 14.

that cometh. Matt. xxi. 9. xiv. 3. There is none that doeth good. Rom. iii. 10.

cxxxii. 11. Of the fruit of thy body. Luke i. 69; Acts xvi. 8. I have set the Lord always before me. Acts üi.

ii. 30. 25.

cxl. 3. Adder's poison is under their lips. Rom. iii. 13. 10. Thou wilt not suffer thy holy one to see corrup

PROVERBS. tion. Acts ii. 31, xii. 35. xviii. 2. My God, in whom I will trust. Heb. ii. 13. iii. 7. Be not wise in thine own eyes. Rom. xii

. 16. 49. I will give thanks unto thee among the heathen. 11. My son, despise not the chastening of the Lord. Rom. xv. 9.

Heb. xii. 5. xix. 4. Their line is gone out through all the earth.

12. For whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth. Rev. Rom. X. 18.

iii. 19.
xxi. 1. My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? X. 12. Love covereth all sins. 1 Pet. iv. 8.
Matt. xxvii. 46 ; Mark xv. 34.

xvii. 15. Whoso rewardeth evil for good. 1 Thess. V. 18. They part my garments among them. Luke

15; 1 Pet. iii. 9. xxiii. 34 ; John xix. 23, 24.

XX. 20. Whoso curseth his father. Matt. xv. 4. 22. I will declare thy name to my brethren. Heb. xxv. 21. If thine enemy_be hungry, give him bread. ii. 12.

Matt. v. 44; Rom. xii. 20. xxiv. 1. The earth is the Lord's. 1 Cor. x. 26, 29. xxvi. 11. As a dog returneth to his vomit. 2 Pet. ii. 22. xxxi. 5. Into thy hand I commit my spirit. Luke xxiii.

ISAIAH 46; Acts vii. 59. xxxiv. 12. What man is he that desireth life. I Pet. iii10. i. 9. Except the Lord had left us a very small romxxxv. 19. They hated me without a cause. John xv. 25.

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Chap. Ver. 1, &c. My well beloved hath a vineyard. Matt. Iv. 1. Ho, every one that thirsteth. John iv. 14, vii. xxi. 33; Mark xii. 1; Luke xx. 9.

37; Rev. xxi. 6, xxii. 17. : vi. 3. Holy, holy, holy. Rev. iv. 8.

3. I will give you the sure mercies of David. Acts 9. Hear ye indeed, but understand not. Matt. xii.

xii. 34. 14; Mark iv. 12; Luke viii. 10, John xii. lyí. 7. For my house shall be called a house of prayer. 40; Acts xxviii. 26; Rom. xi. 8.

Matt. xxi. 13; Mark xi. 17; Luke xix. 46. vii. 14. Behold, a virgin shall conceive. Matt. i. 23 ; lix. 7. Wasting and destruction are in their paths Luke i. 31.

Rom. ii. 15. vui. 18. Behold, I and the children. Heb. ii. 13.

17. He put on righteousness as a breastplate. Eph 1. The land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali.

vi. 14, 17; 1 Thess. v. 8. Matt. iv. 16.

20. The Redeeiner shall come to Zion. Rom. xi. 26. X. 22. Yet a remnant of them shall return. Rom. ix. Ix. 11. Thy gates shall be open continually. Rev. xxi. 27.

25. xi. 4. With the breath of his lips shall he slay the

19. The sun shall be no more thy light. Rev. m. wicked. 2 Thess. Ü, 8; Rev. i. 16.

23; xxi. 5. xxi. 9. Babylon is fallen, is fallen. Rev. xiv. 8, xviii. 2. Ixi. 1. The Spirit of the Lord is upon me. Luke ir. xxii. 13. Let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we die. 1

18. Cor. xv. 32.

lxii. 11. Say ye to the daughter of Zion. Matt. xxi. 5; 22. He shall open, and none shall shut. Rev. ii. 7

John xii. 15. 8. The Lord will wipe away tears from all faces. Ixiv. 4. Men hare not seen nor perceived by the ear. 1 Rev. vii, 17.

Cor. ii. 9. xxviii. 11. For with stammering lips and another tongue. lxv. 1. I am sought of them that asked not for me 1 Cor. xiv, 21.

Rom. ix. 24–26, x. 20 ; Eph. ii. 13. 16. Behold, I lay in Zion for a foundation. Matt.

2. I have spread out my hands all the day. Rom xxi. 42; Acts iv. 11; Rom. ix. 33; Eph. ii.

X. 21. 20; 1 Pet. ii. 6-8.

17. I create new heavens and a new earth. 2 Pet. xxix. 13. This people draw near me with their mouth.

u. 13; Rev. xxi. 1. Matt. xv. 8, 9; Mark vii. 6.

lxvi. 1. Heaven is my throne. Acts vii. 48, 49, xvi. 14. The wisdom of their wise shall perish. 1 Cor.

24. i. 19.

24. Their worm shall not die, neither shall their firo xxxiü. 18. Where is the wise, where is the receiver? 1

Mark ix. 44-48. Cor. i. 20. xl. 3. The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness.

JEREMIAH. Matt. i. 3; Mark i. 3; Luke iii. 4; John i. vii. 11. Is this house become a den of robbers. Matt. 23.

xxi. 13; Luke xix. 46. 6. All flesh is grass. James i. 10; 1 Pet. i. 24.

ix. 24. But let him that glorieth glory in this. 1 Cor. 13. Who hath directed the Spirit of the Lord. Rom.

i. 31; 2 Cor. x. 17. xi. 34; 1 Cor. i. 16.

7. Who would not fear thee, O king of nations? xli. 4. I the Lord the first, and with the last. Rev. i.

Rev. xv. 4. 17.

xvii. 10. I the Lord search the heart and try the reins. xlii. 1. Behold my servant whom I uphold. Matt. xii.

Rom. vii. 27; Rev. Ü. 23. 18.

xxxi. 9. I will be a father to Israel. 2 Cor. vi. 18; Rer. xliii. 19. Behold, I will do a new thing. 2 Cor. v. 17;

xxi. 7. Rev. xxi. 5.

15. A voice was heard in Ramah. Matt. ï. 17, 18. xliv. 6. I am the first, and I am the last. Rev. xxii. 13.

31. Behold, the days come—that I will make a new xlv. 9. Shall the clay say to him that fashioneth it. Rom.

covenant.

Heb. viii. 8, x. 10. ix. 20.

li. 8. Babylon is suddenly fallen. Rev. xiv. 8, yvui. 2. 23. Unto me every knee shall bow. Rom. xiv. 11; Phil. ii. 10.

EZEKIEL xlix. 6. I will give thee for a light to the Gentiles. Luke

iii. 1-3. Eat this roll. Rev. x. 9. 32; Acts xii. 47, xxvi. 8.

XX. 11, 13, 21. Which if a man do he shall even live in 8. In an acceptable time have I heard thee. 2 Cor.

them. Rom. x. 5; Gal. ii. 12. vi. 2.

xxxii. 8. All the bright lights of heaven will I make dark. 10. They shall not hunger nor thirst. Rev. vii. 16.

Matt. xxiv. 29. 1. 6. I hid not my face from shame and spitting. xxxvi. 23. I will sanctify my great name which was proMatt. xxvi. 67, xxvi. 26.

faned. Rom. i. 24. lii. 7. How beautiful upon the mountains. Rom. x. 15. 5. My name continually every day is blasphemed.

DANIEL. Rom. ii. 24. 11. Depart ye, depart ye, touch no unclean thing. 2

ix. 27, The overspreading of abominations. Matt. Ixv. Cor. vi. 17; Rev. xviii. 4.

15; Mark xi. 14; Luke xxi. 20. 15. For that which had not been told them. Rom.

HOSEA. lüi. 1. Who hath believed our report? John xii. 38;

i. 10. In the place where it was said unto them. Rom. Rom. x. 16.

ix. 26. 4. Surely he hath borne our griefs. Matt. viii. 17.

ii. 23. I will say unto them that were not my people. 5. He was bruised for our iniquities. Rom. iv. 25;

Rom. ix. 25; 1 Pet. i. 10. 1 Cor. xv. 3; 1 Pet. ii. 24.

vi. 6. For I desired mercy,, and not sacrifice. Matt. 7. He is brought as a lamb to the slaughter. Acts

ix. 13; xii, 7. viü. 32.

8. They shall say unto the mountains, Cover us. 9. He did no violence, neither was deceit found in

Luke xxiii. 30; Rev. vi. 16, ix. 6. his mouth. 1 Pet. ii. 22.

xi.

1. I called my son out of Egypt. Matt. ii. 15. 12. He was numbered with the transgressors. Mark

xiii. 14. O death, I will be thy plagues. 1 Cor. xv. 54, xv. 28; Luke xxii. 37.

55.
1. Sing, O barren, thou that didst not bear. Gal.
iv. 27.

JOEL. 13. All thy children shall be taught of the Lord. ii. 28. It shall come to pass in the last days. Acts ü. John vi. 45; 1 Cor. ii. 10.

17.

XV. 21.

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