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the evil'DisEAsEs of Egypt 10 when he sliaU come t0 be CL°
, , „ .,, 1 .f _ RiFiED in his SAtNTs, and to be Au
upon thee; but will lay them MIREU in all tl]cm that CELIEV£ upon all them that hate thee.
17 If thou malt fay in thine Heart, These Nations are more than I, how can I dispossess them?
18 Thou shalt not be Afraid of them: but shalt well remember what the Lord thy God did unto Pharaoh, and unto all Egypt;
19 The great Temptations which thine Eyes saw, and the Signs, and the Wonders, and the Mighty Hand, and the stretched out Arm, whereby the Lord thy God brought thee out: so shall the Lord thy God do unto all the People of whom thou art afraid.
20 Moreover, the Lord thy God will send the Hornet among them, until they that are left and hide themselves from thee, be destroyed.
21 Thou shall not be affrighted at them: for the Lord thy God is Among you, a Mighty God, and Terrible.
Ti And the Lord thy God will put out those Nations before thee by little and little: thou mayest not consume them at once, lest the Beasts of the Field increase upon thee.
24 And he shall deliver their Kings into thine Hand, and thou shalt destroy their Name from under Heaven: there ftail no Man be able to stand before thee, until thou have destroyed them.
25 The graven Images of their Gods shall ye burn with Fire: thou shalt not desire the Silver or Gold that is on them, nor take it unto thee, lest thou be, snared therein: for it is an Abomination to the Lord thy God;
1 An Exhortation to Obedience in regard of God's dealing voith them.
'"■■i A LL the Commandments which I command XX thee this Day shall ye observe to do, that ye may W8» and multiply, and go in and possess the Land which toe Lord swarc unto your Fathers.
1 1 And thou shalt remem- !1st. Ivii. ts Thus faith the High
ter a\l the Way which the* a"d >•<>«* °ne 'hat inhabiteth EterLord thy God led thee these *m> whose Namc is HolT'1 DW"1
I i fortyforty Years in the Wilderness, >° the High and Holy Place 5 »it&
* „ .1 1 „_ him also that is of a Contrite and
to* Humble thee, and to ;SpiMTi t0 REVIV1 the Spi.
t PROVE thee, to knOW what RiTof theHuMHLF, and to revive the
was in thine Heart, whether H«" of ,he Contrite Ones , , , n u- f~< Jtmtm. 10 Humble yourselves in
thou WOUldest KEEP his COM- ,he fight of the Lord, and he sluil MAKDMENTS Or no. Lift You Up.
t Pj«t. cxxxix 1 O Lord, thou hsst Searched me. and kuown me.
2 Thou knowcst my down-sitting, and mine up-rising, thou undeistandest my Thought afar off.
3 Thou compaflcst my Path, and my lying down, and art ACqyArxra> with all my Ways
4 For there is not a Word in my Tongue, but lo, Olord, thou Kmowist It altogether.
23 Search -me, O God, and know my Heart: Try me, and know my Thoughts. •
24 And fee if there he any Wicked Way in me, and lead me in the Wat
Hit. iv. 12 The Word of God is Quick, and Powerful, and (harper thag any two-edged Sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of Soll and Spirit, and t f the Joints and Martow, and is a Dlscerner of the Thoughts and Intents of the Heart.
Ij Neither is there any Creature that is not Manifest in his Sight: but all Things are Naked, and opened unto the Eyes of him with Whom we have To Do.
Jama i. 2 My Brethren, count it all Joy when ye fall into divers Temp;
3 Knowing this, that the Trying of your Faith woiketh Patience.
3 r And he Humbled thee, and Suffered thee to * Hunger, and fed thee with t Manna (which tho'u knewcst not, neither did thy Fathers know) that he might make thee know that Man doth not Live by Bread only, but by every \ Word that proccedeth out of the Mouth of the Lord doth Man Live.
4 Thy Raiment waxed not old upon thee, neither did thy Foot swell these forty Years.
'Mtith. v 6 * Blessed are they which do Hunger and thirst after Righteousness: for they snail be filled.
Hcv. vii. IS They shall Hunger no moic, neiiher thrlt any mote, neither (lull the Sun light on them, nor any Heat.
17 For the Lamb which is in the midst ol the Throne shall Feed them, and shall Lead them unto nviso Fountains of Wntets: and God shall Wipe away all Tears from theit Eyes.
t Jthn vi. 48 Jesus said, 1 am that Bread of Life.
49 Yuur bathers did eat Manna in the Wilderness, aed are dead.
jo Th s is the Bread which CoMeth down from Heaved, that a Mini may eat thereof, and Not Die.
Si I am the Living Bread which fame dciwn from Heaven : if any Man eat ot ihis Bread he shall Live for n u : and i he Bread ihai I will give, is my Flclli, which 1 will give sot the Life of the World.
Vty. ii. 17 io him that Overcometm will I give to eat of the Biros Ma:-na»
t Uitth. iv. 4 Jesus said unto the Tempter, It is written, Man (hall not live by Bread alone, but by eveiy Word that proceedeth out of the Mouth of God
f/W cxjtxviii 1 Thou hast magnified thy Word above all thy Name.
Jf. x. 1 The Word is nigh thee, even in thy Mouth, and in thy Heart: that is the Word of Faith which we preach,
9 That if thou shalt confess with thy Mouth the Lord Jfsus, and shalt uiiEVE in thine Hcatt, that God hath railed him from the Dead, thou lhalc be SiVtD
:o For with the Heart Man Believeth unto Righteousness, and with, tie Mouth Confession is made unto Salvation. n For the Scripture faith, Whosoever Eeheveth on him, snail not be
cxix. ir Thy Word have 1 hid in mine Heart, that I might not sin i|itnft thee.
H« Thy Word is very pure, therefore thy Servant loveth its
7'ioivii. n Holy Father keep through thine own Name, those whom lion hall given me, that they may be one, as we are.
i+ 1 have given them thy Word; and the World hath hated them, because they ate not of the World, even as 1 am not of the World.
17 Sanctify them through thy Truth: thy Word is Truth.
I t«- i 2i See that ye tovs one another with a pure Heart fervently;
i) BeiDg born again, not of conuptiMe Seed, but of incorruptible, by the Word of God, which liveth and abideih for ever
14 For ail Fiefh is as Grafs, and all the Glory of Man as the Flower of Grafs. The Grafs witheieth, and the Flowei thereof falleth away:
2j But the Worp of the Lord Enuurhh for Ever. And this is the Wo«d which by the Gospel Is preached unto you.
i F«. ii. i As new-born Babes desire the sincere Milk of the Word, that yt may grow thereby
M«th. xxiv. 35 Heaven and Earth fliall pass away, but my Word shall not pass away.
5 • Thou shalt also conn- * "«*■ « whom the Lord lo
der in shins T-fparr that a<! a veth' he Chastneth, and '^urgeth OCT m mine Heart, tnat as a CVCry Son whom he receiverh.
Man Chastneth his Son, so the 7 If ye endure chastning, God
Lord thy God Chastneth deakth Wltn y°u 85 with Sons: s°t ji^ what Son is he whom the Father
* CHASTNETH not?
6 Therefore thou shalt « But it ye be without Chastiskkeep the Commandments of wh"e°f *" are, *»'takers,
,l T . .. then are ye Bastards, and not Sons. Ule LORD thy GOD, to walk , Furthermore, we have had Fain his Ways, and to fear thers of our Flesh, which corrected him, us, and we gave them Reverence: '„ T ~ shall not we much rather be in Sub
7 ror the LORD thy Cjod Iection unto the Father of Spirits,
wingeth thee into a good and Live?
Land, a Land of Brooks of 10 For thcy verily fora few DiJ* «u, a ±.ann or Drooics or chastned us afte, theii ownFleaiure;
Water, of Fountains, and but he for our Profit, that we might
Depths that sprin°* OUt of De Partakers of his Holiness
Va'lpvc ,„J T-Tii ° 11 Now noCiiASTNiNO for thepro
'°na «11IS> sent seemeth to be Joyous, but Grie
8 A Land of Wheat, and vous: nevertheless afterward it yieldBailey, and Vines, and Fig- ct!l the peaceabcFjuitof Riohteous
I i 2 trees, trees, and Pomegranates, a N*" «hem that are exercised Land of Oyl-olive, and Ho- th^;civ. „ Blessed „ the Mta
ney, whom thou Chastxsst, O Lord, aid
9 A Land wherein thou teachest him out of thy Law.
shalt eat Bread without Scarceness, thou shalt not lack anv thing in it, a Land whose Stones are Iron, and out of whose Hills thou mayest dig Brass.
10 t When thou hast: Eat- « ciii. , bless the Lord, O En, and art full, then thou shalt Bless the Lord thy God, for the good Land which he hath given thee.
n Beware that thou ForGet not the Lord thy God, in not keeping his ComMandments.
I 2 Lest when thou hast eaten and art full, and hast built goodly Houses, and dwelt therein;
13 And when thy Herds and thy Flocks multiply, and
my Soul: and all that is within me bless his Holy Name.
I Bless the Lord, O my Sovi, and fotget not all his Benefits.
3 Who fotgiveth all thine IniquiTies : who healeth all thy Diseases.
4 Who REDEEMETH thy LlFE stem
Destruction : who ciownetb tbee with Loving kindness., and tendet Mercies.
5 Who fatisfieth thy Mouth with Good Things: so that thy Youth is icnewcd Jike the Eagles.
civ. 14 He causeth the Graft to gtow sot the Cattle, and Herb tot the Service of Man: that he may biing foith Food out of the Earth: 15 And Wine that makeih glad the Heatt of Man, and Oyl to mike
brought thee forth out of the fcmd of Egypt, from the House os Bondage; ,
15 Who led thee through that great and terrible Wilderness, wherein were fiery Serpents, and Scorpions, and Drought, where there was no Water; who brought thee forth Water out of the Rock of Flint.
16 Who fed thee in the Wilderness with Manna, which thy Fathers knew not, ^hat he might humble thee.
and that he might prove thee, Gor> in Chist Jesus concerning yon. to do thee good at thy latter J% £
End.) of the Lord Jesus, giving Thanks
17 And thou say in thine 10 GoD and thc Father by him.
Heart, My Power and the cXtt*J*2&£*£ Might of my Hand hath got- fused, if it be received with Thanks
ten me this Wealth. ' 6,VING- . , t ,
i Ctr. x. j i whether therefore ye ut, or Drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the Glory of God.
I 8 « But thou shalt remember the Lord thy God: for it is he that giveth thee Power |o get Wealth, that he may establish his Covenant which he fware unto thy Father?, as it is this Day.
19 And it shall be, if thou do at all forget the Lord thy God, and wAk after other Gods, and serve them, and worship them, I testify against you this Day, that ye shall surely perish.
20 As the Nations which the Lord destroyeth before your Face, so shall ye perish: because ye would not be obedient unto the Voice of the Lord your God.
» Pnv. x- 11 The Blessino of the Lord, it maketh Rich, and he addeth no Sottow with it.
Uts. ii. 8 She did not know that f. gave her Corn, and Wine, and On. and multiplied her Silver andGoiD.
Pftl cxxvii. 1 Except the Lord Build the House, they Labour in. Vain that build it : except/the Lord keep the City, the Watchman wakeih but in vain.
a It is Vain for yon to Risk Up early, to sit up late, to eat the Bread of Sorrows: for so he giveth his Beloved Sleep. »
Ps'l. lxxv. 6 Promotion coraeth neither from the East, nor from the West, nor,from the South.
7 But God is the Judoh: he PutTeth down one, and Sltteth up another.
Psdl. xxxvii. K A Little that a Righteous Man hath, is better than the Riches of many Wicked.
22 For such as be blessed of him,, (hall Inherit the Eaith; and they that be cursed of him, shall be cut off.
23 The Steps of a good Man are
oidetcd by the Lord : and he delighteth in his Way.
M Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down, for the Lord UpBolbeth him u ii his Hand.
i! 1 «avc been young, and now am old : yet have I not seen the Richnous forsaken, nor his Seed begging Bread.
54 Wait on the Lp«D, and keep his Way, and he shall exalt thee to In•siti the Land: when the Wicked are cut off, thou (halt see it.
t"v. xx 21 An Inheritance may be gotten Hastily at the Beginning: bm the Esl thereof shall Not be Blessed.
1 Tim. vi 17 Charge them that ace rich in this World, that they be not . ;;. r.iiideJ. nor Trust in Uncertain Riches, but in the Living God, who) Mveih us ii uly all Things Io enjoy:
18 Tha. 'hey do good, that they be Rich in Good Works, ready to distribute, willing to .communicate;
. i| Laying uj> in store ip>' themselves a good Foundation against the Time to come, that they may lay bold on Eternal Life. }tm:i iv. lj Go to now, ye that fay, TO day 01 To-morrow we will go