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Examples of the Figurative and Symbolical use of certain words, such as Day, Night, Darkness, Dove, Lion, are appended to them; but it has not been thought necessary to refer to every instance, as they may easily be found in a Concordance.

3. The subjects are arranged Alphabetically, to facilitate reference. No general titles, such as History, Geography, Botany, occur in the work. To find the History of the Israelites, the reader will examine the title Israelites; and every plant, tree, or flower, will be found under its own name. The same rule applies to all other subjects.

At the close of many of the Heads, references are given to similar and opposite subjects in other parts of the work. Thus, there is a reference from Regeneration to Sanctification, from Integrity to Dishonesty, and from Masters to Servants.

In the choice of Titles to the different topics—a task which occasioned much thought and anxiety-regard has been had both to appropriateness and practical utility, that Title being preferred which would most naturally occur to a reader. At the same time, various Titles are given to aid in discovering any subject of which a person may be in search.

4. In some instances the original Hebrew and Greek are given, when necessary to the understanding of the texts; and a short explanation, with the same view, is made occasionally of Greek and Hebrew words.

In the belief that the Scriptures are the fountain-head of all spiritual knowledge, and the ultimate standard of truth and duty, this work is now published, with the hope that it may direct inquirers to the springs of eternal life, and aid them in modelling their faith and practice by the Word of God. All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness; that the man of God may be perfect, throughly finished unto all good works.

JOHNSTONE, 1st December 1860.






AARON, High-Priest. Son of Amram and ABBA (father), Mar. 14.36. Rom. 8.15. Jochebed, of the family of Cohathites, tribe Gal. 4.6. of Levi, Ex. 6.16-20. Jos. 21.4,10. 1 Chr. 6.2,3.

ABDON, a Judge of Israel, Jud. 12.13-15. 1 Chr. 23.13. Marriage and children, Ex. 6.23, 25. Num. 3.2. 1 Chr. 6. 1 Chr. 24.

ABEDNEGO, or AZARIAH, a pious friend

of Daniel, delivered from the fiery furnace, Call and inspiration, eloqvence, character, Ex. 4.14-16. Ex. 7.1. Heb. 5.4. Psa. 106.16.

made governor by Nebuchadnezzar, Dan.

1.6-20. Dan. 2.17,49. Dan. 3. Meets Moses by divine direction, introduces him to the Israelites, Ex. 4.27-31. His ABEL, son of Adam, a shepherd, sacrifice interviews with Pharaoh, miracles, Ex. c. 4

of accepted, slain by Cain, Gen. 4.2-11,25. to 12.

Mat. 23.35. Luk. 11.51. Heb. 11.4. Heb. 12.24. Associated with Moses in leading the Israel

1 Jno. 3.12. ites, Ex. 6.26,27. Jos. 24.5. 1 Sam. 12.6,8. Psa.

stone of, near Bethshemesh, ark 77.20. Psa. 99.6. Psa. 105.26. Mic. 6.4. Israel | placed on by Philistines, 1 Sam. 6.18. ites murmur against him, Ex. 5.20,21. Ex.

ABEL, ABEL-BETHMAACAH, or ABEL16.2-10. Num. 14.2-5,10. Num. 16.3-11,41. MAIM, a town in the N. of Palestine. Sheba Num. 20.2. Psa. 106.16.

flees to, is slain in, 2 Sam. 20.14-18. Spoiled Lays up a pot of manna in the Ark, Ex.

by Benhadad, 1 Kin. 15.20. 2 Chr. 16.4. Taken 16.34. With Hur, holds up Moses' hands, by Tiglath, 2 Kin. 15.29. Ex. 17.12. Ascends Sinai, Ex. 19.24. Ex.

ABEL-MEHOLAH, a town near the 24.1,9. Is judge while Moses is on the mount, Ex. 24.14.

Jordan, Elisha's birthplace, 1 Kin. 19.16. Jud. First High-Priest, his descendants all priests,

7.22. 1 Kin. 4.12. his consecration, Ex. c. 28 and 29. Lev. 8. Num. ABEL-MIZRAIM (mourning of the Egyp3.3. Num. 18. 1 Chr. 23.13. 2 Chr. 26.18. Psa. tians), a place W. of Jordan, where Joseph 99.6. Psa. 133.2. See PRIEST.

mourned for his father, Gen. 50.11. Makes the golden calf, Ex. 32. Act. 7.40.

ABEL-SHITTIM. See SuitTIM. Moses intercedes for him, Deu. 9.20. Rod of, buds and is laid up in the Ark, Num. 17.

ABIA, or ABIJAH, a descendant of Eleazar, Heb. 9.4.

chief of one of the 24 courses of priests, 1 Blesses the Israelites, Lev. 9.22. Num. 6.23.

Chr. 24.10. Neh. 12.4,17. Luk. 1.5. Forbidden to mourn for his sons' death,

Samuel's son, made judge, his Lev. 10.6,19. His jealousy of Moses, Num. wickedness, 1 Sam. 8.1-5. 12.1. Intercedes for Miriam, Num. 12.11,12. ABIATHAR, High-Priest. Of the line of Stays the plague after Korah's rebellion, Ithamar and Eli, son of Ahimelech, calleil Num. 16.

Ahimelech, 2 Sam, 8.17. 1 Chr. 24.3-6,31. Excluded from Canaan for his sin at Meribah,

Abimelech, 1 Chr. 18.16. Num. 20. Age, death, and burial in mount His father gives David shewbread, 1 Sam. Hor, Ex. 7.7. Num. 33.38,39. Num. 20.23-29.

21. Mar. 2.26. Escapes to David from Nob, Deu. 10.6. Deu. 32.50.

1 Sam. 22.20. 1 Sam. 23.6. Consulted by ABADDON (destroyer), the angel of the David, 1 Sam. 23.9. 1 Sam. 30.7. bottomless pit, Rev. 9.11.

Joint-priest with Zadok, 2 Sam. 8.17. 2 Sam.

15.35. 2 Sam, 20.25. 1 Kin. 4.4. 1 Chr. 18.16. ABANA (Heb. Amana), a river of Damascus, 1 Chr. 15.11. His fidelity to David, 2 Sam. 2 Kin. 5.12. See Song 4.8.

15.24,29. Deposed by Solomon for aiding ABARIM (the passages, see Jer. 22.20), a

Adonijah, 1 Kin. 1.7. 1 Kin. 2.26. See 1 Sam. chain of mountains E. of Jordan, on one of

2.31-35, which (Nebo) Moses died, Num. 27.12. Num. ABIB, or Nisan, 1st month. Abib signi33.47,48. Deu. 32.49.

fies ears; see Ex. 9.31. Lev. 2.14. Began with


the new moon in April, Ex. 12.2. Departure ABLUTION, of the face and body, Ruth from Egypt in, Ex. 13.4. Passover kept in, 3.3. 2 Sam. 12.20. Eze. 23.40. Mat. 6.17. Of Ex. 23.15. Tabernacle set up in, Ex. 40.2,17. the feet, Gen. 18.4. Gen. 19.2. Gen. 24.32. Israelites reach Zin in, Num. 20.1.

Cross Gen. 43.24, Jud. 19.21. 2 Sam. 11.8. Song 5.3. Jordan in, Jos. 4.19. Overflow of Jordan in, Luk, 7.38,44. Jno. 13.5. 1 Tim. 5.10. 1 Chr. 12.15. Haman's decree in, Est. 3.12. Of the dead, Act. 9.37. Of infants, Eze. Christ's death in, Mat. 27.15. After the cap- 16.4. Pouring water on the hands, 2 Kin. tivity, called Nisan, Neh. 2.1. Est. 3.7. *3.11. Washing the hands as a declaration of

innocence, Deu. 21.6. Psa. 26.6. Mat. 27.24. ABIEZER, or JEEZER, founder of the

See PURIFICATION. family of Abiezrites, Num. 26.30. Jos. 17.2. Jud. 6.34. Jud. 8.2.

ABNER, son of Ner, and cousin of Saul, ABIGAIL, Nabal's wife, her reception of

1 Sam. 14.50,51. Captain of Saul's host, i David, becomes his wife, 1 Sam. 25. 1 Sam.

Sam. 17.55. 1 Sam. 26.5,14. Introduces David 27.3. 2 Sam. 2.2. Mother of Chileab, 2 Sam.

to Saul, 1 Sam. 17.57. Dedicates spoils, 1 Chr.

26.28. Makes Ishbosheth king, slays Asahel, 3.3. 1 Chr. 3.1.

is defeated by Joab, 2 Sam. 2.8-32. ABIHU, 2d son of Aaron, Ex. 6.23. Goes

Quarrels with Ishbosheth, is reconciled to up the mount, Ex. 24.9. Is consecrated priest,

David, 2 Sam. 3.6-21. Slain by Joab, 2 Sam. Ex. 28.1. His death, for offering strange fire, 3.22-36. 1 Kin. 2.5,32. Mourned for by David, Lev. 10.1,2. Num. 3.4. Num. 26.61.

2 Sam. 3.31-39. ABIJAH, son of Jeroboam, his excellence

ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION, supand early death, 1 Kin. 14.1-18.

posed to be the idolatrous ensigns of the ABIJAM, or ABIJAH, 2d king of Judah,

Roman army, Dan. 9.27. Dan, 12.11. Mat. son of Rehoboam, 1 Kin. 14.31. 1 Kin. 15.2.

24.15. 2 Chr. 12.16. Mat. 1.7. His sins, God's mercy

ABRAHAM, son of Terah, Gen. 11.26,27. to him for David's sake, 1 Kin. 15.1-5.

Marries Sarah, Gen. 11.27,29. 1 Pet. 3.6. His wars with Jeroboam, 1 Kin. 15.6,7. Opbraids Jeroboam for idolatry, his faith and

Departs from Ur, his birthplace, to Haran,

Gen. 11.31. Neh. 9.7. Act. 7.4. victory, 2 Chr. 13. His wives and children, 2 Chr. 13.21,22. Death, 1 Kin. 15.8. 2 Chr.

Goes to Canaan at the call of God, Gen.

12.1-9. Jos. 24.3. Isa. 51.2. Eze. 33.24. Heb. 14.1. Chronicles of his reign written by Iddo, 2 Chr. 13.22.

11.8-10. Sojourns in Egypt during a famine,

deceives Pharaoh respecting his wife, Gen. ABILENE, a northern province of Pales- 12.10-20. Gen. 26.1. tine, Luk. 3.1.

Separates from Lot, dwells at Hebron, Gen. ABIMELECH I, king of Gerar, his treat- 13. Gen. 14.13. Gen. 35.27. Rescues Lot from ment of Abraham and Sarah, Gen. 20, and captivity, is blessed by Melchizedek, Gen. covenant at Beersheba, Gen. 21.22-32.

14.13-20. Heb. 7.1-10. II., king of Gerar, his treatment His sacrifice and vision, Gen. 15.8-17. Marof Isaac and Rebecca, Gen. 26. and covenant

ries Hagar, birth of Ishmael, Gen. 16. Gal.

4.22. with Isaac, Gen. 26.6-31.

Name changed from Abram (high or See ACHISH.

great father) to Abraham (father of a multi

tude), Gen. 17.5. Neh. 9. son of Gideon, his birth, Jud. Circumcision instituted, Gen. 17. 9 - 27. 8.31. Murders his brethren, his usurpation Isaac promised, Gen. 15.4. Gen. 17.15-21, Gen. and death, Jud. 9. 2 Sam. 11.21.

18.9-15. Entertains 3 angels, prays for Sodom, ABINADAB, a Levite of Kirjath-jearim,

Gen. 18. Sees it destroyed, Gen. 19.27,28. or Gibeah. The ark in his house 70 years, 1

Isaac born, Hagar and Ishmael banished, Sam. 7.1,2. 2 Sam. 6.3,4, 1 Chr. 13.7.

Gen. 21.1-21. 1 Chr. 1.34. Gal. 4.22-30. Dwells son of Jesse, follows Saul to

in Gerar, his deceit respecting Sarah, Gen.

20. battle, 1 Sam. 16.8. 1 Sam. 17.13.

Covenant with Abimelech at Beersheba, ABIRAM and DATHAN, Reubenites, con- Gen. 21.22-32. Plants & grove and dwells spire, with Korah, against Moses and Aaron, there, Gen. 21.31-33. Offers Isaac, stayed by destroyed by an earthquake, Num. 16. Num. an angel, Gen. 22.1-19. Heb. 11.17. Jas. 2.21. 26.9. Deu. 11.6. Psa. 106.17.

Purchases Machpelah, buries Sarah, Gen.

23. Gen. 49.30,31. Gen. 50.13. Sends his ABISHAG, wife of David, 1 Kin. 1.1-4.

servant for a wife for Isaac, Gen. 24. Marries Sought in marriage by Adonijah, 1 Kin. 2.21,

Keturah, sons by her, Gen. 25.1-4. i Chr. 22.

1.32,33. ABISHAI, son of David's sister, Zeruiah, His testament, age, death and burial, Gen. 1 Chr. 2.16. David's captain, 2 Sam. 23.18. 25.5-10. His riches, Gen. 13.2. Gen. 24.35. Seeks to slay Saul, 1 Sam. 26.6-8. Pursues Isa. 51.2. Altars built by, Gen. 12.7,8. Gen. Abner, 2 Sam. 2.24. Slays him, 2 Sam. 13.4. Gen. 21.33. 3.30.

His faith and character, Gen. 18.19. Gen, 22. Defeats the Edomites, 1 Chr. 18.12, and 12. Gen. 26.5. Neh. 9.7,8. Psa. 105.6. Rom. 4. Ammonites, 2 Sam. 10.10,14. Seeks to slay Gal. 3.6-9. Heb. 11.8-19. Jas. 2.21-24. Called Shimei, 2 Sam. 16.9. 2 Sam. 19.21. Com- the friend of God, 2 Chr. 20.7. Isa. 41.8. Jas. mands a division in the battle against Absalom, 2.23. 2 Sam. 18.2,5.

Reverenced by the Jews, Mat. 3.9. Luk. Sent against Sheba, 2 Sam. 20.6,10. Rescues 13.16,28. Luk. 19.9. Jno. 8.33-40, 52-59. David from a Philistine giant, 2 Sam. 21.17. The covenant with him and his posterity, One of three who procure water for David and prophecies concerning them, Gen. 12.1-3 from Bethlehem, 1 Chr. 11.15-20.

Gen. 13.14-17. Gen. 15. Gen, 17. Gen. 21.12.

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ABSALOM, son of David, and Maacah, the vided for, Gen. 3.21. Birth of Cain, Abel, and daughter of king of Geshur, 2 Sam. 3.3. i Chr. Seth, Gen. 4.1,2,25. Descendants of, see 3.2. His personal appearance, 2 Sam. 14.25, GENEALOGIES. His age and death, Gen. 5.5. 26. Murders his brother Amion, is banished Father of the human race, Gen. 1.28. Deu. to Geshur, 2 Sam. 13. 2. 2 Sam. 15.8. Returns 32.8. Mal. 2.10. 1 Cor. 16.22,45. Sin and to Jerusalem, burns Joab's barley, 2 Sam. 14. death introduced by. See FALL OF MAN. 21-32.

ADAM. The second Adam, an appellation Restored to David's favour, 2 Sam. 14.33. of Christ, 1 Cor. 15.45, 47. See Rom. 5.14. Rebellion of, 2 Sam. c. 15-17. 2 Sam. 20.6. 1 Kin. 2.7. Psa. 3 (title).

a city east of Jordan, opposite Slain by Joab, Zaretan, Jos. 3.16. 2 Sam. 18.9-18. Lament for, by David, 2 Sam. 18.33. 2 Sam. 19.4. Children of, 2 Sam. 14.27.

ADAMANT. Eze. 3.9. Zec. 7.12. Trans1 Kin. 15.2. 2 Chr. 11.20. His son dead, 2

lated diamond, Jer. 17.1. Sam. 18.18.

ADAR, the 12th month (March), Est. 3.7.

Feast ABSALOM'S PILLAR, in the King's Second temple finished in, Ezr. 6.15. Dale, 2 Sam. 18.18.

of Purim in, Est. 9.1-26. ACCESS TO GOD. See Gop, Favour of.

ADDER, a poisonous serpent, Gen. 49 17.

Psa. 91.13. Psa. 140.3. Pro. 23.32. Deafness ACCHO, or PTOLEM AIS (now Acre), a town

of, Psa. 58.4. of Phenicia given to Asher. Canaanites remained in, Jud. 1.31. Church at, visited by

ADINO. See JASHOBEAM. Paul, Act. 21.7.

ADMAH, a city in the vale of Siddim,


Invaded by Chedorlaomer, Gen.

14.2. Destroyed with Sodom, Deu. 29.23. ACELDAMA (the field of Blood), or

Hos. 11.8. POTTERS' FIELD. Bought for a strangers' burying-ground with

ADONIBEZEK, a Canaanitish king; dethirty pieces of silver given back by Judas, Mat. 27.8. Act. 1.19.

feated and slain by Judah and Simeon, Jud.

1 4-7. ACHAIA, a region of Greece. Churches in, visited by Paul, Act. 18. Act. 19.21. Rom.

ADONIJAH, son of David and Haggith, 2

Sam. 3.4. 1 Chr. 3.2. Indulged by David, 1 16.5. 1 Cor. 16.15. Contribute to the saints

Kin. 1.6. at Jerusalem, Rom. 15.26. Towns of, see

Made king by Joab and Abiathar,

1 Kin. 1.5-33. Seeks Abishag in marriage; is CENCHREA, CORINTH.

put to death by Solomon, 1 Kin. 2.13-25. ACHAICUS, a Corinthian Christian. Visits Paul at Rome, 1 Cor. 16.17,18.

ADONIRAM, or ADORAM, collector of

tribute under David and Solomon, 2 Sam. 20. ACHAN, or ACHAR. Hides a wedge of

24. 1 Kin. 4.6. 1 Kin. 5.14. Stoned by Israel gold, &c.; stoned to death in the valley of

when collecting tribute for Rehoboam, 1 Kin. Achor, Jos. 7. Jos. 22.20. 1 Chr. 2.7.

12.18. ACHISH, king of the Philistines, called ADONIZEDEK, king of Jerusalem ; deAbimelech, Psa. 31 (title). Receives David feated and slain by Joshua, Jos. 10.1-27. when fleeing from Saul; gives him Ziklag,


Abraham's 1 Sam. 21.10-15. 1 Sam. 27.2-12. 1 Sam. 28.1, servant, Gen. 15.3. Ephraim and Manasseh,

Examples of. 2. 1 Sam. 29.

Gen. 48.5. Moses, Ex. 2. 1-10. Heb. 11.24. ACHMETHA (Ecbatana), a city of Persia. Hezron, 1 Chr. 2. 21-24, with Num. 32.41. Cyrus' decree found in, Ezr. 6.2.

Jarha, 1 Chr. 2.34-41. Esther, Est. 2.7. ACHOR (trouble), a valley in Palestine, ADOPTION, SPIRITUAL. Ex, 4.22. Israel where Achan was stoned, Jos. 7.26. Jos. 15.7. is my son, even my firstborn.

23. And I say Isa. 65.10. Hos. 2.15.

unto thee, Let my son go, that he may serve me. ACHSA, Caleb's daughter. Married to Deu. 8.5. As a man chasteneth his son, so Othniel on his taking Kirjath-Sepher; obtains the Lord thy God chasteneth thee. a field from her father, Jos. 15. 16-19. Jud.

Deu. 14.1. Ye are the children of the Lord 1.9-13. 1 Chr. 2.49. ACHZIB, a town of Asher, Jos. 19.29. Jud.

Deu. 32.5. Their spot is not the spot of his 1.31. Mic. 1.14.

children: 6. Is not he thy father that hath

bought thee? hath he not made thee? ACRE. 1 Sam. 14.14. Isa. 5.10. The He

2 Sam. 7.14. I will be his father, and he shall brew measure signifies what a yoke of oxen

be my son. he commit iniquity, I will can plough in a day. (Two horses can plough

chasten him with the rod of men. from a half to a whole acre daily).

1 Chr. 28.6. I have chosen him to be my son, ADAM. Created in the image of God on the and I will be his father. sixth day, Gen. 1.26-28. Gen. 2.7. Gen. 5.1,2. Pro. 14.26. His children shall have a place 1 Cor. 15.45. 1 Tim. 2.13. Placed in Eden to of refuge. dress it; tree of knowledge forbidden to be Isa. 43.6. Bring my sons from far, and my eaten of, Gen. 2.8-17. His food, Gen. 1.29. daughters from the ends of the earth; 7. Even Gen. 2.16. His dominion, Gen. 1.26,28. every one that is called by my name: for I Names animals, &c., Gen. 2.19, 20. Eve

have created him for my glory, I have formed brought to him, Gen. 2.21-25. 1 Tim. 2.13. him; yea, I have made him. Psa. 45.13. His innocence, Gen. 2.25. Blessed by God, Gen. Isa. 63.16. Thou art our Father, though 1.28. Temptation, fall, and expulsion from Abraham be ignorant of us, and Israel acknowEden, Gen. 3. Job. 31.33. Hos. 6.7 (marg.). ledge us not : thou, O Lord, art our Father, Rom. 5.14-21. 1 Tim. 2.14.

our Redeemer. Condemned to labour, the ground cursed Jer. 31.9. I am a father to Israel, and for his sin, Gen. 3.17-19. Coats of skins pro- Ephraim is my firstborn. 20. Is Ephraim my

your God.

dear son ? is he a pleasant child ? for since I shall be delivered from the bondage of corrup. spake against him, I do earnestly remember tion into the glorious liberty of the children of him still.

God. 29. He also did predestinate to be conEze. 16.8. I sware unto thee, and entered formed to the image of his Son, that he might into a covenant with thee, saith the Lord God, be the firstborn among many brethren. and thou becamest mine. 21. Thou hast slain Rom. 9.8. They which are the children of my children. .

the flesh, these are not the children of God: Hos. 1.10. In the place where it was said but the children of the promise are counted unto them, Ye are not my people, there it for the seed. shall be said unto them, Ye are the sons of the 2 Cor. 6.17. Be ye separate, saith the Lord, living God.

and touch not the unclean thing; and I will Hos. 11.1. When Israel was a child, then I receive you, 18. And will be a Father unto loved him, and called my son out of Egypt. you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters,

Mat. 5.9. Blessed are the peacemakers: for saitn the Lord Almighty. they shall be called the children of God. 45, Gal. 3.26. Ye are all the thildren of God That ye may be the children of your Father by faith in Christ Jesus. 29. If ye be Christ's, which is in heaven. 48. Be ye therefore per- then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs accordfect even as your Father which is in heaven is ing to the promise. perfect.

Gal. 4.5. To redeem them that were under Mat. 6.6. Pray to thy Father which is in the law, that we might receive the adoption of secret ; and thy Father, which seeth in secret, sons. 6. Because ye are sons, God hath sent shall reward thee openly. 8. Your Father forth the Spirit of his son into your hearts, knoweth what things ye have need of, before crying, Abba, Father. 7. Wherefore thou art ye ask him. 9. After this manner therefore no more a servant, but a son; and if a son, pray ye : Our Father which art in heaven, then an heir of God through Christ. Hallowed be thy name. v. 1,4,14,15,18,26, Eph. 1.5. Having predestinated us unto 32. Mat. 5.16. Mat. 18.14. Mar. 11.25,26. the adoption of children by Jesus Christ to

Mat. 7.11. If ye then, being evil, know how himself, according to the good pleasure of his to give good gifts unto your children, how will. much more shall your Father which' is in Eph. 2.19. Fellow-citizens with the saints, heaven give good things to them that ask him? and of the household of God.

Mat. 10.20. It is not ye that speak, but the Eph. 3.6. That the Gentiles should be Spirit of your Father which speaketh in you. fellow-heirs, and of the same body, and par

Mat. 13.43. Then shall the righteous shine takers of his promise in Christ by the gospel. forth as the sun in the kingdom of their 15. Of whom the whole family in heaven and Father.

earth is named. Mat. 23.9. Call no man your father upon Eph. 4.6. One God and Father of all, the earth : for one is your Father, which is in who is above all, and through all, and in you all. heaven.

Eph. 5.1. Be ye therefore followers of God, Luk. 6.35. Ye shall be the children of the as dear children. Highest : for he is kind unto the unthankful Phi. 2.15. Bę blameless and harmless, the and to the evil. 36. Be ye therefore merciful, sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of as your Father also is merciful.

a crooked and perverse nation. Luk. 12.32. Fear not, little flock ; for it is Heb. 2.10. It became him, for whom are your Father's good pleasure to give you the all things, and by whom are all things, in kingdom. v. 30.

bringing many sons unto glory, to make the Jno, 1.12. As many as received him, to Captain of their salvation perfect through them gave he power to become the sons of God, sufferings. even to them that believe on his name: 13. Heb. 2.11. For both he that sanctifieth Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will and they who are sanctified are all of one: for of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of which cause he is not ashamed to call them God.

brethren» 13. Behold I and the children Jno. 8.42. Jesus said unto them, If God which God hath given me. were your Father, ye would love me.

Heb. 12.6. Whom the Lord loveth he chasJno. 11.52. He should gather together in teneth, and scourgeth every son whom he one the children of God that were scattered receiveth. 7. If ye endure chastening, God abroad.

dealeth with you as with sons ; 9. Shall we Jno. 20.17. Go to my brethren, and say not much rather be in subjection unto the unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and Father of spirits, and live? your Father; and to my God, and your God. 1 Jno. 3.1. Behold what manner of love the

Rom. 1.7. Beloved of God, called to be Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should saints: Grace to you, and peace, from God be called the sons of God! 2. Beloved, now our Father.

are we the sons of God. 10. In this the children Rom. 8.14. As many as are led by the of God are manifest, and the children of the fpirit of God, they are the sons of God. devil: whosoever doeth not righteousness is not 15. Ye have received the Spirit of adoption, of God, neither he that loveth not his brother. whereby we cry, Abba, Father. 16. The 1 Jnó. 4.4. Ye are of God, little children, Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, and have overcome them; because greater is that we are the children of God. 17. And if he that is in you, than he that is in the world. children, then heirs ; heirs of God, and joint- Rev. 21.7. He that overcometh shall inherit heirs with Christ.

all things; and I will be his God, and he shall Rom. 8.19. The earnest expectation of the be my son. creature waiteth for the manifestation of the See REGENERATION-God's LOVE TO HIS sons of God. 21. The creature itself also PEOPLE-LIKENESS TO GOD.

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