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he sprinkled the blood upon the book of the covenant, and gave it thee, and said, “This is the new testament in my blood!"! Oh! live henceforth a life of joy and faith, as a man that is elevated above the world. Do not live at the old dull and slothful rate; carry it as a believer; and, in a word, walk as one that doth indeed take all for truth that the Lord Jesus hath spoken to thee this day. Let that of the
Apostle be a close to all, (2. Cor. vii. 1.) 'ilaving therefore, the promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness, both of flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God!"
his essential perfections and person-
IV. He giveth all things with himself both
present and to come
The Voice of the Redeemed, after the Pro.
A Soliloquy, representing the Believer's
Triumph in God's Covenant, and the va-
rious Conflicts and glorious Conquests of
Faith over Unbelief
I. The soul taketh hold of God's covenant 86
II. The assaults of unbelief
III. It confounds the soul with the amazing
greatness and difficulty of the thing's 93
IV. It upbraids the trembling soul with its
V. It questions the believer's title to God's
grace and interest in the promise 98
VI. Faith makes its claim to all the benefits
of the covenant, and stirs up
to joy and thankfulness
A Treasure of Gospel Promises, left in Le-
gacy by Jesus Christ; for the Strength
and Encouragement of Believers in their
Journey to the Heavenly Canaan
Rules to be observed in reading of Promises 121
before-committed, to punish youforthem.
THE MEANS OF GRACE.
When thou feelest thy spiritual poverty
155 If thou fearest Satan will cause thee to fall, If thou findest thyself unlike God's people, 157 If thou separatest from the wicked in their corrupt worship and manners
158 CHAP. VIII.A promise to be applied in every ordinance. When thou prayest
159 When thou meditatest
160 In reading the word, if thou understandest not 161 If thou canst not confer
162 When thou art to go to the assemblies, to participate in the ordinances
163 Wouldest thou enjoy the ordinances of God, and a blessing upon them
166 If thou enjoyest grace, or means of grace, and fearest the losing of them
168 When thou art banished from God's ordinances, and desirest to return
169 When thou art banished from God's house
171 When wicked shepherds are over us When, through wicked shepherds, thou art come to great misery
172 When thou settest thyself to fast
173 CHAP. IX.
174 When thou art called forth to defend the truth 175 If thou wouldest bring forth seasonable fruit for every estate and for every duty
176 CHAP. X. PROMISES CONCERNING EARTHLY THINGS. If thou hast children,
177 If thou wantest children
178 If the Lord deny thee children
179 When thou wouldest have thy going out, &c. 179 When thou takest rest at night, &c.
181 If thou art diligent in thy calling. &c. &c. 183
If thou fearest the loss of thy good name, &c. 184 When thou art in any want for soul or body 185 In liberal giving
186 If sickness be among us
187 If thou fearest death, &c.
188 If thou fearest hurt by any of the creatures, &c. 189 If thou wouldest have thy purpose to prosper 190 In times of danger
191 When thou art in great trouble, &c.
192 When thou seemest to be forgotten in affliction 193 When thy sorrows grow great
194 If thou wouldest have deliverance, &c.
194 If thine enemies prevail
195 If thou wouldest have thine enemies destroyed 196 For the fall of Antichrist For the calling of the Jews
199 CHAP. XI. PROMISES FOR THE SAINT'S SUPPORT IN TIMES OF
TROUBLE AND PERSECUTION.
That God hath freely loved his elect, &c.
201 That we are freely justified, &c.
202 That God will call his children, &c.
203 That God will give his children humble hearts 204 That the children of God shall live holy 205 That God's children will fear and serve him 206 That God will hear the prayers of his children 207 That we may persevere in grace, &c.
'208 That God will bless those who are diligent,&c. 209 That God will reward those who do good,&c. 210 We shall receive good by the society of the faithful, &c.
211 God will preserve his children in afflictions 213 God will subdue all the enemies of his church 214 The just shall be raised unto eternal life 215 God will perform all that he hath promised 216 The Author's Postcript
219 CHAP. XII. An affectionate address to communicants