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they pierced downhall be delivered into the bravers and supplications, w

Acts iv, 27, 28. For of a trath, ing, Get thee behind me, Satan: might be a merciful and faithful against tby holy child Jesus, for thou savourest not the things high priest in things pertaining whom thou hast anointed, both that be of God, but the things that to God, to make reconciliation for Herod, and Pontius Pilate, with be of men.

the sins of the people. For in that the Gentiles, and the people of Mark x. 32-34. And they were

he himself bath suffered, being Israel, were gathered together, in the way going up to Jerusalem;

tempted, he is able to succour For to do whatsoever thy hand and Jesus went before them; and

them that are tempted. and thy counsol determined before

they were amazed: and as they Heb. iii, 1. 2. Wherefore, holy to be done.

followed, they were afraid. And brethren, partakers of the hea. 1 Peter 1, 20. Who verlly was he took again the twelve, and be venly calling, consider the Apostle foreordained before the founda gan to tell them what things and High Priest of our profession, tion of the world, but was mani should happen unto him, Saying. I Christ Jesus; Who was faithful to fest in these last times for you. Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; him that appointed him, as also

and the Son of man shall be deli-Moses was faithful in all his

vered unto the chicf priests, and house. AND PREDICTED.

unto the scribes; and they shall Heb. iv, 14, 15. Seeing then that

condemn him to death, and shall we have have a great high priest, Gen. iil, 15. And I will put

deliver him to the Gentiles: And that is passed into the heavebe, enmity between thee and the

they shall mock him, and shall | Jesus the Son of God, let us hold woman, and between thy seed

scourge bim, and shall spit upon fast our profession. For we have and her seed; it shall bruiso thy

him, and shall kill him; and the not an high priest which cannot head, and thou shalt bruiso his

third day he shall rise again. be touched with the feeling of our heel.

infirmities; but was in all points Ps. xxil. 1. 16. My God, my God.) Luke ix, 43, 44. And they were all

tempted like as we are, yet with• why hast thou forsaken me? why amazed at the mighty power of art thou so far from helping me, God. But while they wondered

out sin.

1 Heb. v, 6, 7, 10. As he saith also and from the words of my roar | every one at all things which

in another place, Thou art a priest ing? For dogs have compassed Jesus did, he said unto his dis

for ever, after the order of Melme; the assembly of the wicked ciples, Let these sayings sink

chisedec: Who in the days of his have enclosed me: they pierced down into your ears: for the son my hands and my feet.

of man shall be delivered into the flesh, when he had offered up

hands of men. Dan. ix. 26. And after threescore

strong crying and tears, unto bim and two weeks shall Messiah be

Luke xiii, 32, 33. And he said unto

tbat was able to save him from cut off, but not for himself; and them, Go ye, and tell that fox, Be

death, and was heard in that he the people of the prince that shall hold, I cast out devils, and I do

feared. Called of God an high come shall destroy the city, and cures to day and to morrow, and

priest, after the order of Melchis. the sanctuary; and the end therethe third day I shall be perfected.

edec. of shall be with a flood, and unto Nevertheless I must walk to day,

Heb. vi, 20. Whither the forethe end of the war desolations are

and to morrow, and the day foldetermined. lowing: for it cannot be that a pro

runner is for us entered, eten phet perish out of Jerusalem.

Jesus, made an high priest for Zech. xiii, 7. Awako, Osword

ever, after the order of Melchisagainst my Shepherd, and against Luke xvil, 25. But first must be l edec. the man that is my follow, saith suffer many things, and be rejected

| Hcb, vil, 7, 8, 11, 13--17, 19-22, the LORD of hosts: smito the of this generation.

24-28. Aud without all contraShepherd, and the sheep shall be

Luke xviil. 31-33. Then he took diction, the less is blessed of tho scattered; and I will turn mine

unto him the twelve, and said unto better. And here men tbat die rehand upon the little ones,

them, Behold, we go up to Jerusa ceive tithes; but there he receircth Matth. xvi. 21. From that time lem, and all things that are written them, of whom it is witnessed that forth began Jesus to slew unto | by the prophets concerning the

he liveth. If therefore perfection his disciples, how that he must go Son of man shall be accomplished. I were by the Levitical priesthood. unto Jerusalem, and suffer many For he shall be delivered unto the (for under it the people received things of the elders and chief Gentiles, and shall be mocked, the law) what further need vas priests and scribes, and be killed, and spitefully entreated, and spit

there that another priest should and be raised again tho third day. ted on; And they shall scourge

rise after the order of Melchisedec, him, and put him Matth. xvii, 22, 23. And while

to death,

and not be called after the order they abode in Galilee, Jesus said

John xii. 32.-31. And I, if I bo of Aaron? For be of whom these

lifted up from unto them, The Son of man shall

the earth, will things are spoken pertaineth to

another tribe, of which no man be betrayed into the hands of

draw all men unto me. This he

said, signifying what death he gave attendance at the altar. For men: And they shall kill him, and should die. The people answer

it is evident that our Lord sprang the third day he shall be raised

out of Judah; of which tribe Moses ed him, We have heard out of the again. And they were exceeding

law that Christ abideth for ever: spake nothing concerning priestBorry.

and how sayes! thou, The Son of hood. And it is yet far more evi. Mark vill, 30-33. And he charged man must be lifted up? who is

dent: for that after the similitude them that they should tell no man this Son of man?

of Melchisedec there arlseth anof him. And he began to teach

other priest, Who is made, not them, that the Son of man must NARRATIVE OF CHRIST'S after the law of a carnal comsuffer many things, and be reject


mandiment, but after the power of ed of the elders, and of the chief

an endless life. For he testifieth, priests, and scribes, and be killed,


Thou art a priest for ever, after and after three days rise again.

the order of Melchisedec. For the And he spake that saying openly.


law made nothing perfect, but the And Peter took him and began to


bringing in of a better hope did; rebuke him. But when he had Hcb. ii, 17, 18. Wherefore in all by the which we draw nigh unto turned about and looked on his things it beloved him to be made God. Aud ipasmuch as nut with disciples, be revoked Peter say. I like unto his liretbren, that he out an oath he was made priest:

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For those priests were made) nifying, that the way into the holle. CHRIST'S DEATII SACRIFI. without an oath; but this with an est of all was not yet made mani.

CIAL. oath by him that said unto him, fest, while as the first tabernacle Tho Lord sware, and will not re-was yet standing: Which was a

Ps, xl, 6-8. Sacrifice and offering pent, Thou art a priest for ever, figure for the time then present, thou didst not desire; mine ears after the order of Melchisedec:) in which were offered both gifts hast thou opened: burnt-offering By so much was Jesus made aand sacrifices, that could not make and sin-offering hast thou not re. surety of a better testament. But him that did the service perfect, quired. Then said I, LO, I come: this man, because he continueth as pertaining to the conscience; ! in the volume of the book it is eyer, hath an anchangeable prieat. Which stood only in meats and written of me, I delight to do tby hood. For such an high priest drinks, and divers washings, and will, O my God; yea, thy law is became us, who is holy, harmless, carnal ordinances, imposed on within my heart. undefiled, separate from sinners, them until the time of reforma

Dan. ix, 27. And he shall conand made higher than the hea- tion.

form the covenant with many for vens; Who needeth not daily, as Heb. x, 1-5, 10, 11, 17--19, 21, 22. one week: and in the midst of the those high priests, to offer up sa- For the law having a shadow of week he shall cause the sacrifice crifice, first for his own sins, and I good things to come, and not the and the oblation to cease, and for then for the people's: for this he

very image of the things, can the over-spreading of abominadid once, when he offered up never with those sacrifices, which tions he shall make it desolate, himself. For the law maketh men they offered year by year contieven until the consummation, and high priests which have infirmity; , nually, make the comers there that determined shall be poured but the word of the oath, which unto perfect: For then would they upon the desolate. was since the law, maketh the l not have ceased to be offered

Heb. ix, 25, 26. Nor yet that he Son, who is consecrated for ever cause that the worshippers once

should offer himself often, as the more. purged should have had no more

high priest entereth into the holy Heb. viii, 1-5. Now of the things

conscience of sins. But in those
sacrifices there is a remembrance

place every year with blood of which we have spoken this is the sum: We have such an high priest, again made of sing every yeat.

others; (For then must be often For it is not possible that the

have suffered since the foundawho is set on the right band of

tion of the world:) but now onco blood of bulls and of goats should the throno of the Majesty in the

in the end of the world hath ho take away sins. By the which heavens; A minister of the Bancwill we are sanctified, through the

| appeared, to put a way sin by tho tuary, and of the true tabernacle, which the Lord pitched, and not offering of the body of Jesus

sacrifice of himself. Christ once for all. And every Heb. X, 5-9, man. For every high priest is or

14. Wherefore, priest standeth daily ministering, when he cometh into the world. dained to offer gifts and sacrifices: wherefore it is of necessity that

and offering oftentimes the same he saith, Sacrifice and offering this man have somewhat also to

sacrifices, which can never take thou wouldest not, but a body

away sing. And their sins and in- hast thou prepared me; In burntoffer. For if he were on earth, he should not be a priest, seeing that

quities will I remember no more. offerings and sacrifices for sin there are priests that offer gifts

Now, where remission of these is, I thou hast had no pleasure: Then

there is no more offering for sin. said I, LO, I come (in the volume according to the law; Who serve onto the example and shadow of

Having therefore, brethren, bold of the book it is written of me) to

ness to enter into the holiest by do tby will, O God. Above, when heavenly things, as Moses was ad

the blood of Jesus, And having an he said, Sacrifice, and offering, monished of God when he was

high priest over the house of God; I and burnt-offerings, and offering about to make the tabernacle: for, See (saith he) that thou make all

Let us draw near with a true for sin, thou wouldest not, neither

heart. in full assurance of faith, I hadst pleasure therein; (which things according to the pattern

having our hearts sprinkled from shewed to thee in the mount.

are offered by the law:) Then an evil conscience, and our bodies said he, Lo, I come to do thy will, Heb. ix. 1-10. Then verily the washed with pure water.

O God. He taketh away the first, first covenant had also ordinances of divine service, and a worldly

Heb. xiii. 10-12. We havo an

that he may establish the second, sanctuary. For there was a taberaltar, wliereof they have no right

For by one offering he hath perto eat which serve the tabernacle.

lected for ever them nicle made; the first, wherein was

that are For the bodies of those beasts,

sanctified. the candlestick, and the table and the shew-bread; which is called

whose bloo 1 is brought into the the Sulictuary. And after the

sanctuary by the high priest for SUBSTITUTIONARY.

sin, are burned without the camp. second vail, the tabernacle whicla

Isa, Bli, 4-6. Surely he hath Wherefore Jesus also, that lie is called the Holiest of all; Which

borne our griefs, and carried our had the golden censer, and the might sanctify the people with

sorrows; yet we did esteern bim ark of the covenant overlaid round his own blood, suffered without

stricken, smitten of God, and about with gold, wherein was the the gate.

afflicted. But he was wounded golden pot that had manna, and Eph. v, 2, 25-27. And walk in for our transgressions, he was Aaron's rod that budded, and the love, as Christ also hath loved us,

brist also bath loved us bruised for our iniquities: the tables of the covenant; And over and hath given himself for us an chastisement of our peace was it the cherubims of glory shadow offering and a sacrifice to God for upon him; and with his siripes we ing the mercy-seat; of which we a sweet-smelling savour. Huscannot now speak particularly. I bands, love your wives. even as I have gone astray: We have turned Now when these things were thus Christ also loved the church, and every one to his own way; und uruanneu, une priests went always save hiinself for it: That he llie LORD ball fald on nim me into the first tabernacle, accom- I might sanctify and cleanse it with | iniquity of us all. plisting the serviceof God: But into the washing of water by the word; the second went the high priest That he might present it to him

Marls x. 45. For even the Son of alone once every year, not without gelf a glorious church, not hav

man came not to be ministred blood, which he offered for him

unto, but to minister, and to give ing spot, or wrinkle, or any such 6. If, and for the priore of the

his life a rallsvin lor many. thing; but that it should be lauly ple; The Holy Ghost this sig. nl without blemish.

Rom. v, 6-8 For when we were

lacle: for high priestovesus, And having an ao thy will, o God en of me) to

draw near with a trodi and burni-offence, and offering.

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yet without strength, in due time I hath committed unto us the word, the justiner of him which belley. Christ died for the ungodly. For of reconciliation.

oth in Jesus. scarcely for & righteous man will 2 Cor. viii, 9. For ye know the Rom. Iv. 23-25. Now it was one die; yet peradventure for & grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, not written for his sake alone, good man some would even dare that thonch ba was rich

en dare that, thongh he was rich, yet for that it was imputed to him; Bot • But God commendeth his your sakes he became poor, that for us also, to whom it shall be love toward us, in that, while we

ye through his poverty might be imputed, if we believe on him were yet sinners, Christ died for rich.

that raised up Jesns our Lord us.

Eph. u. 13-16. But now in Christ from the dead; Who was deliver1 Cor. YY. 3. For I delivered 1 Jesus ve who sometimes were far | ed for our cliences, and was unto you first of all that which I loll are made nigh by the blood of raised again for our justincation. also received, how that Christ Christ. For he is our peace, who Rom. v, 9. Much more then, died for our sins according to the hath made both one, and hath being now justified by his blood, scriptures. broken down the middle wall of

we shall be saved from wrath 2 Cor. v, 21. For he hath made / partition between us; Having

through him. him to be sin for us, who knew no abolished in his flesh the enmity, sin; that we might be made the

even the law of commandments Rom. viii, 1--3. There is thererighteousness of God in him. contained in ordinances; for to

foro now no condern nation to

them which are in Christ Jesus, 1 Peter ii, 24. Who his own self

make in himself of twain one new bare our sins in his own body on

man, so making peace: And that who walk not after the flesh, but the tree, that we, being dead to

he might reconcilo both unto after the Spirit. For the law of

God in one body by the cross the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus sins, should live unto righteoushaving slain the enmity thereby.

hath made me free from the law ness: by whose stripes yo were

of sin and death. For what tho healed.

Ool. i, 20. And, having made

law could not do, in that it was 1 Peter ill, 18. For Christ also peace through the blood of his

weak through the flesh, God hath once suffered for sins, the cross, by him to reconcile all

sending his own Son in the likejust for the unjust, that he might

things unto himself;by him, I say,
whether they be things in earth,

ness of sinful flesh, and for sin, bring us to God, being put to

condemned sin in the flesh. death in the flesh, but quickened

or things in heaven.
IIcb. ix, 12.

1 by the Spirit.

Neither by the

Gal. il. 16. 17. 21. Knowing that blood of goats and calves, but by

a man is not justified by the his own blood he entered in once

works of the law, but by the faith AND PROPITIATORY. | into the holy place, have obtained

of Jesus Christ, even we have Isa. xlii, 21. The LORD is well eternal redemption for us.

believed in Jesus Christ, that we pleased for his righteousness'

might bo justified by the faith of

Heb. x. 11. 12. And every priest Christ ad not by the works of sake; he will magnity tue law,

standeth daily ministering and and mako it honourable.

the law; for by the works of the offering oftentimes the same law shall no flesh be justified. But Isa. liii, 10. Yet it pleased the sacrifices, which can never take if, while we seek to be justified by LORD to bruise him; he hath put away sins: But this man, after he

he hall put away sins: But this man, alter he | Christ, we ourselves also are him to grief: when thou shiut had offered one sacrifice for sins tound

nad offered one sacrince for sine found sinners, is therefore Christ make his soul an offering for sin,

ering for sin, for ever, sat Qowu on tuo rigut the minister of sin? God forbid. he shall see his seed, he shall pro- | hand of God.

I do not frustrate the grace of God: long his days, and the pleasure of 1 John ii, 2. And he is the pro- for if righteousness come by the the LORD shall prosper in his pitiation for our sins: and not for law, then Christ is dead in vain. hand.

ours only, but also for the sins of Dan. ix, 24 Seventy weeks are the whole world.

PARDON. determined upon thy people, and

1 John iv, 10. Herein is love, upon thy holy city, to finish the

Num. xiv, 20. And the LORD not that we loved God, but that said, I have pardoned, according transgression, and to make an end

he loved us, and sent his Son to be to the of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everthe proplation for our sins.

Ps. xxxii, 1, 2. Blessed is he lasting righteousness, and to seal


whose transgression is forgiven, up the vision and prophecy, and


whose sin is covered, Blessed is to anoint the most Holy.

Jer. xxxiii, 16. In those days the man unto whom the LORD Rom. v, 9--11. Much more then,

shall Judah be saved, and Jeru-impateth not iniquity, and in being now justified by his blood,

salem shall dwell safely: and this I 'whose spirit there is no guile. we shall be saved from wrath

is the name where with she shall Ps. lxv. 3. Iniquities prevail through him. For it, when we

against me: as for our transgreswere enemies, we were reconciled eousness.

sions, thou shalt purge them to God by the death of his Son; Acts xiil, 39. And by him all away. much more, being reconciled, we that believe are justified from all P3. Ixxxv, 2, 3. Thou hast for. shall be saved by his life. And things, from which ye could not given the iniquity of thy people; not only 80, but we also joy in be justified by the law of Moses. I thou hast covered all their sin. God through our Lord Jesus

Rom. iii, 24-26. Being justified

Selah. Thou last taken away all Cbrist, by whom we have now re

tby wrath: thou hast turned thyceived the atonement.

freely by his grace, through the

self from the fierceness of thino

that is in Christ 2. Cor. v, 18, 19. And a!I things Jesus: Whom God hath set forth to

anger. are of God, who hath reconciled be & propitiation through faith in

Ps. xcis, 8. Thou answeredst us to himself by Jesus Christ, bis blood, to declare his right

them, O LORD our God: thou wast and hath given to us the ministry I eousness for the remission of sins a God that lorgavest them, though of reconciliation; To wit, that that are past, through the fortliou tookest vengeance or their God was in Christ, reconciling the bearance of God; To declare. I inventions. world unto himself, not imputing | say, at this time his righteous-1 PS. ciii, 12. As far as the east is their trespasses unto thera; aud | ness; that he might be just, and from the west, so far hath be reUs.

moved our transgressions from , ed unto you the forgiveness 01 Eph. il, 4-6. But God, who is sins,

| rich in mercy, for his great P8.cxxx, 8. And he shall redeem Rom. iv, 7, 8. Saying. Blessed love wherewith he loved us. Israel from all his iniquities. are they whose iniquities are for- Even when we were dead in sins, given, and whose sins are cover

hath quickened us together with Isaiah I, 18. Come now, and let ed. Blessed is the man to whom

Christ; (by grace ye are saved:) us reason together, saith the LORD: the Lord will not imputo sin. .

And bath raised us up together, Though your sins be as scarlet,

and made us sit together in hea. they shall be as white as snow; | Eph. i, 7. In whom we have

venly places in Christ Jesus. though they be red like crimson,

redemption through his blood, they shall be as wool. the forgiveness of sins, according

1 Thess. v, 9-11. For God bath to the riches of his grace.

not appointed us to wrath, but Isaiah xxxiii, 24. And the inha

to obtain salvation by our Lord bitant shall not say. I am sick: Col. i, 14. In whom we have Jesus Christ. Who died for us. the people that dwell therein redemption through his blood, that, whether we wake or sleep, shall be forgiven their iniquity. | even the forgiveness of sins. we should live together with him.

Isaiah xxxviii, 17. Behold, for 1 Tim. i, 14. And the grace of Wherefore comfort yourselves peace I had great bitterness; but our Lord was exceeding abundant together, and edify one another, thou hast in love to my soul de- with faith and love which is in even as also ye do. livered it from the pit of corrup Christ Jesus,

Titus ii, 14. Who gave himself tion: for thou hast cast all my sins Heb. viii, 12. For I will be for us, that he might redeem us behind thy back.

merciful to their unrighteousness, from all iniquity, and purify unto Isa, XI, 1, 2. Comfort ye, comfort and their sins and their iniquities himself a peculiar people, zealous yo my people, saith your God. I will I remember no more.

of good works. Speak ye comfortably to Jeru- Heb. x. 17. 18. And their sins | Heb. ix, 13, 14. For if the blood salem, and cry unto her, that her and iniquities will I remember of bulls and of goats, and the warfare is accomplished, that her no more. Now where remission ashes of an heifer sprinkling the iniquity is pardoned: for she hath of these is, there is no more offer

of these is, there is no more offer- unclean, sanctifieth to the purifyreceived of the LORD'S hand ing for sin.

ing of the fesh: How much moro double for all her sins.

1 John i, 7. But if we walk in

shall the blood of Christ, wło Isa. xliii, 25. J, ("en I, am he the light, as he is in tho light, we

through the eternal Spirit offered that blotteth out thy transgres- have fellowship one with another,

himself without spot to God, sions for mine own sake, and will and the blood of Jesus Christ his

purge your conscience from dead not remember thy sins. Son cleanseth us from all sin.

works to serve the living God. 18a. sliv, 22. I have blotted out, 1 John ii, 12. I write unto you,

Heb. x, 10. By tho which will be as a thick cloud, thy transgres- little children, because your sins

are sanctified through the offersions, and, as a cloud, thy sins: are forgiven you for bis name's

ing of the body of Jesus Christ return unto me; for I have re- sake.

once for all. deemed thee.

Rev. vii, 13. 14. And one of tho Jer. xxxiii, 8 And I will cleansel 1 Sam. Iil, 14. And thorefore Il elders answered, saying unto me,

What are these which are arraythem from all their iniquity. I have sworn into the house of Eli,

ed in white robos? and whenco whereby they liave sinned against that the iniquity of Eli's house

came they? And I said unto him, me; and I will pardon all their shall not be purged with sacrifice

Sir, thou knowest. And he said iniquities, whereby they have nor offering for ever.

to me. These are they which came sinned, and whereby they have | Job x, 14. If I sin, then thou

out of great tribulation, and have transgressed against me. markest me; and thou wilt not

washed their robes, and made Jer. 1. 20. In those days, and in

I acquit me from mine iniquity.

them wbite in the blood of the that time, saith the LORD the ini. Isa. xxii, 14. And it was re- | Lamb. quity of Israel shall be sought for. vealed in mine ears by the LORD

4th. and there shall be none; and the of hosts, Surely this iniquity shall sins of Judah, and they shall not not be purged from you till ye die, | REDEMPTION IN ITS be found; for I will pardon them saith the Lord God of hosts.

APPLICATION AND FRUITS. whom I reserve. Jer. il, 22. For though thou

THE HOLY GHOST. Micah vii, 19. Ile will turn wash thee with nitre, and take

John xiv, 26. But the Comforagain, he will have compassion thee much soap, yet thine iniquity

ter, which is the Holy Ghost, upon us; he will subdue our ini. is marked before me, saith the

whom the Father shall send in quities; and thou wilt cast all Lord God.

my name, he shall teach you all their sins into the depths of the

Mark xi. 26. But if yo do not things, and bring all things to sea.

forgive, neither will your Father your remembrance, whatsoever I Luke xxiv. 47. And that re

which is in heaven forgive your have said unto you. pentance and remission of sins trespasses.

John xvi, 7--14. Nevertheless I shonld be preached in his namel 1 John V, 16. Il any man see I tell you the truth: It is expedient among all nations, beginning at his brother sin a sin which is not

for you that I go away: for if I go Jerusalem.

unto death, he shall ask, and he not away, the Comforter will not Acts v, 31, 32. Him hath God

shall give him life for them that come unto you; but if I depart, I

sin not unto death. There is a sin will send him exalted with his right hand to be

unto you. And Unto death: I do not say that he a Prince and a Saviour, for to give

when he is come, he will reprovo repentance to Israel, and forgiveshall pray for it.

the world of sin, and of righteousness of sins. Aud we are his wit

ness, and of judgment: of sin,

SANCTIFICATIOS, nesses of these things; and so is

because they believe not on me; also the Holy Ghost. . . . .

Zech, xiii, 1. In that day there of righteousness, because I go to

I shall be a fountain opened to the my Father, and yo see ino no Acts xlll. 38. Bo it known unto house of David, and to the inhabi- more; Of judgment, because the you therefore, men and brethren, tants of Jerusalem, for sin and prince of this world is judged. I that through this man is preach- for uncleanness.

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you, but ya cannot bear them hand hath formed the crooked proceedleth from the Father, he now. Howbeit when be, the serpent.

shall testity of me. Spirit of truth, is come, he will

Ps. cis 30, Thon sendest forth thy | Acts xvi, 6. Now when they had guide you into all truth: for he

spirit, they are created, and thou gone throughout Phrygia and the shall not speak of himself; but

renewest the face of the earth. region of Galatla, and were for. whatsoever he shall hear, that

bidden of the Holy Ghost to Bhall he speak: and he will shew Matth. xil, 28. But if I cast out you things to come. He shall devils by the Spirit of God, then preach the word in Asia. glorify me: for he shall receive of the kingdom of God is come unto

| Acts xxl, 11. And when he was mine, and shall shew it unto you. You.

come unto us, he took Panl's 1 Cor. yil 7-11. But the mani. girdle, and bound his own hands HIS DIVINITY. festation of the Spirit is given to

and feet, and said. Thus saith every man to profit withal. For the 1101y Ghost, so shall the Jews PROVED FROM HIS NAME. to one is given by the Spirit the

at Jerusalem bind the man that 182. vi, 8. 9. Also I heard the word of wisdom; to another the

owneth this girdle, and shall dovoice of the Lord, saying, Whom word of knowledge by the same

liver him into the hands of the shall I send, and who will go for Spirit; To another faith by the

Gentilos. 28? Then said I, Here am I; send

same Spirit; to another the gifts Eph. iv, 30. And grieve not the me. And he said, Go, and tell this

of healing by the same Spirit; To Holy Spirit of God, whereby yo people, Hear ye indeed, but un.

another the working of miracles; are sealed unto the day of re

| to another prophecy; to another demption. but perceive not,

discerning of spirits; to another Acts 1. 8. 4. But Peter said, divers kinds of tongues; to another SPIRITUAL INFLUENCE. who hath Satan filled the interpretation of tongues: But

PROMISES AND STATEMENTS OF IT. thina heart to lie to the Holy all these worketh that one and the

Exod. iv, 12. Now therefore go, Ghost, and to keep back part of self-same Spirit, dividing to every

and I will be with thy mouth, and the price of the land! Whiles it man severally as he will.

teach thee what thou shalt say. remained, was it not thine own?

Ps. xxxii, & I will instruct thee, and after it was sold, was it not in WORSHIP PRESENTED TO HIM.

and teach thee in the way which thine own power? why hast thou

Matth. xxviii, 19. Go ye there con celved this thing in thine

thou shalt go: I will guide thee fore, and teach all nations, baptizbe art? thou hast not lied unto ing them in the name of the Fa

with mine eye. en, but unto God. ther, and of the Son, and of the

Isa. xxvi, 12. LORD, thou wilt Acts xxviii. 25 26. And when they IIoly Ghost.

ordain peace for us; for thou also

hast wrought all our works in us. agreed not amous themselves, 2 Cor. xill, 14. The grace of the they departed after that Paul bad Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of

Isa. xix, 24. They also that epoken one word. Well spake the God, and the communion of the erred in spirit shall come to tine Holy Ghost by Esaias the prophet Holy Ghost, be with you all. Amen.

derstanding, and they that murunto our fathers, saying, Go unto

mured shall learn doctrine.

Rev. 1. 4. 5. John to the seven this people, and say, Hearing ye

Isa. XXX, 21. And thine ears churches which are in Asia: Grace shall hear, and shall not uuder

| shall hear a word behind thee. stand; and seeing ye shall see, and

be unto you, and peace, from liim
which is, and which was, and

saying, This is the way, walk ye not perceive. which is to come; and from the

in it, when yo turn to the right 1 Cor. iil, 16. Know ye not that seven Spirits which are before his

hand, and when ye turn to the ye are the temple of God, and that throne; And from Jesus Christ,

left. the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? who is the faithful witness, and Isa. xliv, 3-5. For I will pour

the first begotten of the dead, and water upon him that is thirsty,

the prince of the kings of the and floods upon the dry ground; I IIIS PERFECTIONS.

earth. Uuto him that loved us, will pour my Spirit upon thy seed, Ps. cxxxix, 7. Whither shall I

and washed us from our sins in and my blessing upon thine ofl. go from thy Spirit? or whither his own blood.

spring: And they shall spring up shall I fleo from thy presence?

as among the grass, as willows by 1 Cor. ii, 10, 11, 16. But God


the water-courses. One shall say. nath revealed them unto us by his

I am the LORD's; and another shall Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all Matth. xii. 31. Wherefore I say call himself by the name of Jacob: things, yea, the deep things of unto you, All manner of sin and and another shall subscribe urith God. For what inan knoweth the blasphemy shall be forgiven unto his hand unto the LORD, and surthings of a man, save the spirit of men; but the blasphemy against name himself by the namo of man which is in him? even so the the Holy Ghost shall not be for- | Israel. things of God knoweth no man, given unto men.

Isa. liv, 13. And all thy children but the Spirit of God. For who

John xiv. 16. 17. And I will shall be tanght of the LORD; and hath known the mind of the Lord,

I pray the Father, and he shall pivo I great shall be the peace of thy that he may instruct him? But we

you another Comforter. that he children. have the mind of Christ.

may abide with you for erer; Jer. xxiv, 7. And I will give

Even the Spirit of truth; whom them an heart to know me, that I His WORKS.

the world cannot receive, because I am the LORD: and they shall be Gen. 1. 2. And the earth was it seeth him not, neither knoweth my people, and I will be their without form, and void; and dark-him: but ye know him; for he God; for they sball return unto ness was upon the face of the dwelleth with you, and shall be in me with their whole heart, deep. And the Spirit of God you.

Jer. xxxii, 38, 39. And they moved upon the face of the

John xv, 26. But when the shall be my people, and I will be waters.

Comforter is come, whom I will their God. And I will give them Job xxvi, 13. By his Spirit he send unto you from the Father, one heart, and one way, that they hati: gurnished the heavens; his even the Spirit of truth, wbich I may fear me for ever, for the good

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