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in the land of Goshen; to the end thou borders thereof. Exod. xvi. 12, 13. mayest know that I am the Lord in the Quails and manna sent for food. Numb. midst of the earth.
xi. 31. Exod. ix. 16. For this cause have I xvii. 6. Water brought from a rock, raised thee up, that my name may be for drink. Numb. xx. 11. known in all the earth.
Deut. xxix. 6. Israelites' clothes Ver. 27, 28. At the plague of hail, waxed not old, &c. That ye might know Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron, that I am the Lord thy God. and said unto them, I have sinned this Exod. xix. 16. Thunders and lighttime: the Lord is righteous, I and my nings, and a thick cloud appear upon people are wicked. Entreat the Lord Mount Sinai, and the voice of a trumpet for me, and I will let you go.—Ver. 29. exceeding loud is heard, so that all the Moses said, I will spread abroad my people trembled. Ch. xx. 18. hands unto the Lord; and the thunder xx. 1. The law is delivered.—Ver. 22. shall cease, neither shall there be any The Lord talked with them from hea. more hail; that thou mayest know that ven. the earth is the Lord's.
xxiv. 18. Moses tarries forty days on x. 16, 17. At the plague of locusts, the mount. Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron, xxxiv. 28. Moses fasts forty days.and said, I have sinned against the Lord Ver. 29. His face shines so that the your God. Entreat the Lord your God, Israelites could not look upon it. that he may take away this death only Lev. ix. 24. Fire from the Lord con.
sumes the burnt-offering. Ver. 24. At the plague of darkness, x. 2. Fire from the Lord consumes Pharaoh said to Moses, Go serve the Nadab and Abihu, for offering with Lord your God; only let your flocks strange fire unto the Lord. and your herds be stayed; let your little Numb. xiv. 37. Men who brought an ones go with you.
evil report die by the plague. xi. 7. Against any of the children of xvi. 1. The rebellion of Korah and his Israel, shall not a dog move bis tongue company.-Ver. 32. The earth opens against man or beast ; that ye may and swallows them up. know, how that the Lord doth put a Ver. 49. Fourteen thousand die by difference between the Egyptians and the plague, for murmuring. Israel.
xvii. 8. . Aaron's rod budded, as a dexiv. 4. 17.
Concerning the overthrow cisive token of the priesthood being fixed of Pharaoh and his army, God said, I in the house of Levi. will get me honour upon Pharaoh, xi. 25. The spirit of prophecy given and upon all his host.—Ver. 18. The to the elders of Israel. Egyptians shall know that I am the xxi. 4. The people for murmuring Lord, when I have gotten me honour are bitten by fiery serpents.—Ver. 6. upon Pharaoh, upon his chariots, and And healed by looking on a brazen serupon his horsemen.
pent.- Ver. 9. On a pole. xii. 32. Upon the death of the first-born xxii. 28. Balaam reproved by an ass of Egypt, Pharaoh said, Take your flocks speaking, and terrified at the sight of an and your herds, and be gone, and bless angel, as he went to curse Israel.-xxiii. me also.
8. 20. Is forced to bless Israel. Ch. xxiv. 4. After the overthrow of Pharaoh, 4. 13. Exod. xiv. 31. Israel saw that great work Josh. iii. 7. Jordan stops until Israel which the Lord did upon the Egyptians; passeth over. and the people feared the Lord and 6. The design and use to be made of believed the Lord.
these miracles, is thus set forth. Exod. x. xv. 1. They sang this song to the 2. Tell in the ears of thy son, and of thy Lord, saying, I will sing unto the Lord, son's son, what things I have wrought for he hath triumphed gloriously: the in Egypt, and my signs which I have horse and his rider hath he thrown into done amongst them; that ye may know the sea, &c.
how that I am the Lord. xxix. 46. Israel shall know that I am Deut. iv. 32, 33. Ask now of the days the Lord their God, which brought them that are past, since the day that God out of the land of Egypt.
created man upon the earth, and ask 5. Miracles in the wilderness and the from the one side of heaven unto the
other, whether there hath been any' vi. 12. The ark carried to the land such thing as this great thing is, or hath of Israel by cattle without a guide. been heard like it: Did ever people Ver. 14. hear the voice of God speaking out of
vii. 10. God thundereth
the the midst of the fire, as thou hast heard, Philstines. and live?
xii. 18. Thunder and rain sent at. Deut. iv. 34, 35. Or hath God assayed Samuel's prayer. to take him a nation from the midst of xiv. 15. Enemies struck with ground. another nation, by temptations, by less fear.–Ver. 20. They kill one ansigns, and by wonders, and by war, and other. by a mighty hand, and by a stretched- xvii. 49. David kills Goliah.-Ver. 46. out arm, and by great terrors, according Saying, the Lord will deliver thee into to all that the Lord your God did for you mine hand, that all the earth may know in Egypt, before your eyes ? Unto thee that there is a God in Israel. it was shewed, that thou mightest know xix. 20. The spirit of prophecy comes that the Lord is God; there is none else upon Saul's messengers.-- Ver. 21. And besides him.
upon Saul. Ver. 24. Ver. 36. Out of heaven he made thee 1 Kings xiii. 5. The altar rent, and to hear his voice, that he might instruct ashes poured out as a sign foretold by the thee; and upon earth, he shewed thee prophet. his great fire; and thou heardest his Ver. 6. Jeroboam's withered hand words out of the midst of the fire.— restored at the prayer of the prophet. Ver. 39. Know, therefore, this day, Ver. 28. An ass and lion stand by the and consider it in thine heart, that the carcass of a disobedient prophet, slain Lord he is God, in heaven above, and by the lion. in the earth beneath; there is none xvii. 1. Elijah's miracles, viz. A great else.
drought.-Ver. 6. He is fed by ravens. Josh. iv. 23, 24. The Lord your God -Ver. 16. Multiplies a barrel of meal, dried
up the waters of Jordan before and cruse of oil in famine.Ver. 22. you, as he did the Red sea : That all Brings a dead child to life. the people of the earth might know the xviii. 33. In a contest with the priests hand of the Lord, that it is great; and of Baal, to decide whether the God of that we might fear the Lord our God for Israel, or Baal, was the true God, fire ever. Ch. iii. 10. 14.
Elijah's sacrifice, though xxiv. 31. Israel served the Lord all much water was poured on it.-Ver. the days of Joshua, and all the days of 27. Elijah prayed and said, hear me, O the elders that outlived Joshua, which Lord, that this people may know that had known all the works of the Lord thou art the Lord God.-Ver. 38. When) which he had done for Israel. Judg. the fire consumed the sacrifice, the peoii. 7.
ple fell on their faces and cried, The Lord 7. Other miracles and remarkable pro- he is God, the Lord he is God. vidences in the land of Israel, wrought for 1 Kings xx. 13. A remarkable victory. promoting the faiih and worship of the one Ver. 28. living and true God.
2 Kings i. 10. Officers sent to lay Josh. vi. 20. Jericho taken, the walls hold on Elijah, are consumed by fire thereof falling down at the sound of from heaven. rams' horns.
ü. 8. Jordan struck with Elijah's manx. 11. Israel's enemies destroyed by tle, divides.-Ver. 11. Elijah is carried hail.
to heaven.—Ver. 22. Waters healed by Ver. 13. The sun stands still.
Elisha. Judg. vi. 38. A sign given to Gideon iii. 16. Waters appear like blood to by a fleece.
the enemy.-Ver. 24. A great slaughter vii. 13. Another sign, a Midianitish of them. host miraculously discomfited.
iv. 5. Elisha multiplies a widow's oil. xiii. 19. An angel foretells the birth -Ver. 35. Restores a dead child to life. of Samson.
-Ver. 40. Sons of the prophet miracuSamson's works. Ch. xiv. 6.-xv. 14, lously fed. 15. 19,-xvi. 3. 12. 14. 30.
v. 14. Naaman cured of leprosy.1 Sam. v. 3. Dagon falls before the Ver. 27. Leprosy entailed upon Gehazi ark.
and his offspring
2 Kings vi. 6. Iron swims.
Ezek. xxv. 7. I will deliver thee for a iv. 12. Elisha discovereth secret coun. sport to the heathen. See Ch. xxiv, 21. sels.-Ver. 18. At his prayer the enemy 24. 27. is smitten with blindness.-Ver. 20. Their 9. Judgments upon other nations, for eyes opened.
the same end. Ezek. xxv. 16. I will xiii. 21. A dead man is resorted to life, stretch out mine hand upon the Philis. on touching the bones of Elisha. tines. Ver. 5. 7. 11. 14. 17.
xix. 35. An angel smites the host of xxvi. 3. I am against thee, O Tyrus. the Assyrians. Isa. xxxvii. 20.
Ver. 6. XX. 10. The shadow returns ten de- xxviii. 22. Against thee, O Zidon, Ver. grees on the dial, as a sign to Hezekiah. 23, 24, 26.
1 Chron. xxi. 26. An angel slaying the xxix. 3. Against thee, O Pharaoh. Ver. Israelites is stopped at David's prayer.
9. 16. 21. Ch. xxx.-xxxii. 2 Chron. vii. 1. Fire consumes the xxxv. 2. Mount Seir, I will lay thy sacrifice at Solomon's prayer.
cities waste. Ver. 4. 9. 15. xx. 23. Enemies destroy one another. xxxviii. 16. Thou Gog shall come
Neh. ix. 21. During forty years travel against my people. in the wilderness, the clothes of the 10. The same is asserted to be the end Israelites waxed not old, nor did their feet of the following merciful providences, as swell. Deut. viii. 4.-xxix. 5.
the reader will find by consulting at large 8. Miraculous judgments by the hand the places quoted. of enemies upon the wicked; the end and Isa. xlix. 23. And kings shall be thy design of every one of which is expressly nursing fathers, and their queens thy said to be, that God might be known by nursing mothers: They shall bow down them. Ezek. vi. 7. Your cities shall be to thee, with their face toward the earth, laid waste. Ver. 10. 14. Ch. xxxiii. 29. and lick up the dust of thy feet, and thou
vii. 4. I will recompense thy ways shalt know that I am the Lord: For upon thee. Ver. 9. 27.
they shall not be ashamed that wait for xi. 10. Ye shall fall by the sword. Ver. me. 12.
Ezek. xxxiv. 27. The tree shall yield xii. 15. I will scatter them among the her fruit, the earth shall yield her increase, nations. Ver. 16, 17. 20.
and they shall be safe. xiii. 9. Mine hand shall be upon the xxxvi. 37. I will increase them with prophets that divine lies. Ver. 14. 21. men like a floek.—Ver. 38. So shall the 23.
waste cities be filled with men. Ver. 11. xiv. 8. Every one that setteth up his 24. idols in his heart, and cometh to a pro
xxxvii. 6. I will lay sinews upon you, phet to inquire of me, I will set my face and will bring up flesh upon you, and against that man.
cover you with skin, and put breath into xv. 7. I set my face against you. Ver. you, and ye shall live; and ye shall 8.
know that I am the Lord. Ver. 13. XX. 37. I will cause you to pass under Ye shall know that I am the Lord, when the rod. Ver. 12. 44.
I have opened your graves, O my peoVer. 38. I will purge out the rebels ple, and brought you up out of your from among you:
graves. Ezek. xxi. 3. 5. Thus saith the Lord, xxxix. 6. When I have brought them I am against thee, and will draw forth from captivity, then shall they know that my sword: it shall not return any more. I am the Lord, which caused them to be
xxii. 15. And I will scatter thee among led into captivity. Ver. 7. 22. 28. the heathen, and disperse thee in the See Isa. xliii. 9, 10, 11, 12.xlv.3.-jv. countries, and will consume thy filthiness 6.-lxvi. 14. Ezek. xvi. 62. out of thee.
11. Miracles in Babylon. Dan. ii. 31. Ver. 22. As silver is melted in the Daniel tells the king his dream, and the midst of the furnace, so shall ye be interpretation thereof.- Ver. 47. The king melted in the midst thereof; and ye shall answered, Of a truth it is, that your God know that I the Lord have poured out is a God of gods, and Lord of kings, and my fury upon you.
a revealer of secrets. xxiii. 46. I will give you to be removed iii. 25. Three men in the fiery furnace and spoiled. Ver. 47.
unhurt by it.- Ver. 29. The king made
Righteousness of God Justice of God. CHAP. I. a decree, that whosoever should speak Job xxxiv. 23. He will not lay upon against God who delivered them, should man more than right. be cut to pieces.
Ps. xcviii. 2. His righteousness hath iv. 19. Daniel explains the king's he openly shewed in the sight of the dream, which being accomplished, the heathen. king praised and honoured the King of cxxix. 4. The Lord is righteous; he heaven. Ver. 34. 37.
hath cut asunder the cords of the wicked. Daniel explains the writing Isa. xxviii. 17. Judgment will I lay upon the wall, concerning Belshazzar. to the line, and righteousness to the See also Daniel's visions.
Dan. ix. 7. O Lord, righteousness beRIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD.
longeth unto thee, but unto us confusion
of face, as at this day. Ver. 14. Mic. vi. 5. LXXIX. Righteousness ascribed to Rev. xvi. 5. The angel said, Thou art God. Deut. xxxii
. 4. All his ways are righteous, O Lord, because thou hast judginent: a God of truth, and without judged thus. Ch. xviii. 6. iniquity ; just and right is he.
Job xxxvi. 3. Elihů said, I will ascribe LXXXI. Men shall reap as they sow. righteousness to my Maker.
For this see the following texts : Job iv. Ps. xi. 7. He is the righteous Lord, 8. Prov. xxii, 8. Jer. ii. 19. Hos. x. 13. that loveth righteousness. Ps. xxxii. 5. Gal. vi. 7, 8. Whatsoever a man soweth,
xxxvi. 6. Thy righteousness is like that shall he also reap. the great mountains; thy judgments are a great deep.
LXXXII. In rewards to the righteous. xlviii. 10. Thy right hand is full of 1 Sam. xxvi. 23. The Lord render to righteousness.
every man his righteousness, and his Ixxi. 19. Thy righteousness, O God, is faithfulness. very high.
2 Sam. xxü. 21. The Lord rewarded me xcii. 15. There is no unrighteousness according to my righteousness Ps. xviii. in the Lord.
20 See 1 Kings viii. 32. Job xxxiii. 26. xcvii. 2. Righteousness and judgment Matt. xx. 4. What is right, that shall are the habitation of his throne.
ye receive. cxi. 3. His righteousness endureth for ever. Ps. cxii. 3. 9.
LXXXIII. Things of God declared to cxix. 137. Righteous art thou, O Lord, I be right. and upright are thy judgments. (Jer. xii. Righteous are his judgments. Neh. ix. 1.) Ver. 142. Thy righteousness is an 13. Thou gavest them right judgments, everlasting righteousness, and thy law is and true laws, good statutes and comthe truth.
mandments. See Deut. iv. 8. Ps. xix. 9. cxlv. 17. The Lord is righteous in all cxix. 62. 106. 137. 160. 164. Jer. xii. 1. his ways, and holy in all his works. Statutes. Ps. xix. 8. The statutes of
Jer. ix. 24. I am the Lord, which the Lord are right. exercise loving-kindness, judgment and Precepts. Ps. cxix. 128. I esteem all rightcousness in the earth.
thy precepts concerning all things to be
right. LXXX. God is righteous in punishing Testimonies. Ps. cxix. 138. Thy testithe wicked. Gen. xviii. 23. Abraham monies that thou hast commanded are said, Wilt thou also destroy the righteous righteous. Ver. 144. with the wicked ?-Ver. 25. That be far Commands. Ps. cxix. 172. All thy froin thee, to slay the righteous with the commandments are righteousness. wicked; and that the righteous should Word. Ps. xxxiii. 4. The word of the be as the wicked, that be far from thee: Lord is right, and all his works are done Shall not the Judge of all the earth do in truth. Isa. xlv. 19. right?
Ways. Hos. xiv. 9. The ways of the Exod. ix. 27. Pharaoh said, The Lord is Lord are right, and the just shall walk righteous; I and my people are wicked. therein. Acts xiji. 10.
Neh. ix. 33. Thou art just in all that is brought upon us; for thou hast done
JUSTICE OF GOD. right, but we have done wickedly.-Lam. i. 18. Dan. ix. 14.
LXXXIV. Justice ascribed to God. Deut. xxxii. 4. A God of truth, with. Ps. xcvi. 13. He shall judge the world out iniquity: just and right is he. with his righteousness, and the people
Neh. ix. 33. Thou art just in all that is with his truth. brought upon us. Lam. i. 18.
xcviii. 3. He hath remembered his Job iv. 47. Shall mortal man be more mercy and his truth towards the house of just than God?
Israel. viii. 3. Doth God pervert judgment, or c. 5. The Lord is good; his mercy is doth the Almighty pervert justice ? everlasting, and his truth endureth to all
xxxvii. 23. He is excellent in power, generations. Ps. cxvii. 2. and in judgment, and in plenty of justice. cxlvi. 6. He keepeth truth for ever.
Ps. lxxxix. 14. Justice and judgment See Gen. xxiv. 27.-xxxii. 10. Ps. xxxi. are the habitation of his throne; mercy 5.-cxv. 1.--cxxxviii. 2. Numb. xxiii. 19. and truth shall go before his face. Ps. John vii. 28.-viii. 26. 2 Cor. i. 8. Rev. xcvii. 2.
iii. 7.-vi. 10. Isa. xlv. 21. I the Lord, a just God, and a Saviour.
LXXXVII. Things of God called truth. Jer. I. 7. They have sinned against the Ps. xxxiii. 4. The word of the Lord is Lord, the habitation of justice.
right; and all his works are done in Zeph. ii. 5. The just Lord is in the truth. Ps. cxi. 8. midst thereof.
Dan. iv. 37. All his works are truth, 1 John i. 9. He is just to forgive us our and his ways judgment. sins.
Ps. cxix. 142. Thy righteousness is an Rev. xv. 3. Just and true are thy ways, everlasting righteousness, and thy law is O thou King of saints.
the truth. Ps. xix. 9.-cxix. 160.
Isa. xxv. 1. Thy counsels of old are LXXXV. Injustice and iniquity denied faithfulness and truth. concerning God. Deut. xxxii. 4. See Rev. xv. 3. Just and true are thy ways, above.
O thou King of saints. 2 Chron. xix. 7. There is no iniquity with the Lord.
LXXXVIII. Lying denied of God. Job xxxiv. 12. Surely God will not do Numb. xxiii. 19. God is not a man that wickedly; neither will the Almighty per- he should lie. vert judgment. See Jer. ii. 5. Zeph. ii. 5. 1 Sam. xv. 29. The strength of Israel
will not lie. Ps. lxxxix. 35. GOD'S TRUTH.
Tit. i. 2. God cannot lie. Heb. vi. 18. FLXXXVI. Truth ascribed to God.
GOD'S FAITHFULNESS. Exod. xxxiv. 6. The Lord God, merciful and gracious, abundant in goodness and LXXXIX. The faithfulness of God. truth.
Deut. vii. 9. He is the faithful God, Deut. xxxii. 4. A God of truth, with which keepeth covenant and mercy out iniquity; just and right is he. with them that love him and keep bis
Ps. xxv. 10. All the paths of the Lord commandments, to a thousand generaare mercy and truth, to such as keep his tions. covenant and his testimonies.
Ps. xxxvi. 5. Thy mercy, Lord, is in lvii. 3. God shall send forth his mercy the heavens; and thy faithfulness reachand his truth.-Ver. 10. Thy mercy is eth unto the clouds. great unto the heavens, and thy truth unto Ixxxix. 8. O Lord God of hosts, who is the clouds.
a strong Lord like unto thee, or unto Lxxxv. 10. Mercy and truth are met thy faithfulness round about thee? Ver. 2. together; righteousness and peace, &c. Ver. 33. My loving-kindness will I not
lxxxvi. 15. Thou, O Lord, art a God take from him, nor suffer my faithfulness full of compassion, and gracious, long. to fail. Ver. 24. suffering, and plenteous in mercy and cxix. 90. Thy faithfulness is unto all truth.
generations. Ver. 75. Ixxxix. 14. Justice and judgment are cxliii. 1. In thy faithfulness answer me, the habitation of thy throne: mercy and and in thy righteousness. truth shall go before thy face.
Isa, xlix. The Lord is faithful. xci. 4. His truth shall be thy shield and Lam. iii. 23. Great is thy faithfulness. buckler.
1 Cor. i. 9. God is faithful, by whom