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Rev. vi, 16, 17. And said to the goodness of the LORD In the land / fear and tremble for all the gog mountains and rocks, Fall on us, of the living.

ness, and for all the prosperi and hide us from the face of him

Ps. xxxiil, 5. He loveth right that I procure unto it. that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb: For is full of the goodness of the LORD. his goodness. .

eousness and judgment: the earth Zech. 1x, 17. For how great the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?

Ps. xxxiv, 8. O taste and see Matth. xix, 17. And he said u that the Lord is good: blessed is him, Why callest thou me go

the man that trusteth in him. there is none good but one, thal HIS GOODNESS.

Ps. 111, 1. Why boastest thou God: but if thou wilt enter is Gen. xxxii, 12. And thou saidst, thyself in mischief, o mighty man? life, keep the commandments. I will surely do thee good, and the goodness of God endureth Matth. XX, 15. Is it not law make thy seed as the sand of the continually.

for me to do what I will sea, which cannot be numbered

Ps. lxix, 16. Hear me, O LORD; mine own? Is thine eye evil, for multitude.

for thy loving-kindness' is good: cause I am good? Eccod. xxxill, 19. And he said, I turn unto me according to the Mark x, 18. And Jesus salds will make all' my goodness pass multicude of thy tender mercies. him, Why callest thou me go before thee, and I will proclaim P8. Ixxiii, 1. Truly God is good there is none good but one, that the name of the LORD before thee; to Israel, even to such as are of a God. and will be gracious to whom I clean heart,

Rom. 11, 4. Or despisesta will be gracious, and will shew mercy on whom I will shewart good, and ready to forgive forbearance, and long-suffert

Ps. lxxxvi, 6. For thou, Lord, the riches of his goodness, mercy.

and plenteous in mercy unto all not knowing that the goodnes Exod. xxxiv, 6. And the LORD them that call upon thee.

God leadeth thee to repentana passed by before him, and proclaimed, The LORD, the LORD God, mouth with good things; 80 that the goodness and severity of G

P3. ciii, 5. Who satisfieth thy Rom. xi, 22. Behold there! merciful and gracious, long-suffering, and abundant in goodness

thy youth is renewed like the on them which fell, severity, and truth. eagle's.

toward thee, goodness, if a 2 Sam. vil, 28. And now, O Lord men would praise the LORD for his

Ps. coll, 8, 15, 21, 31. O that continue in his goodness. .. GOD, thou art that God, and thy goodness, and for his wonderful words be true, and thou hast pro- works to the children of men! Oh

HIS MERCY. mised this goodness unto thy ser- that men would praise the LORD

MERCY OFTEN ASSOCIATED WIE vant. for his goodness, and for his won

FAITHFULNESS AND T&UTU, 1 Chron. XVI, 34. O give thanks derful works to the children of (See under HIS TRUTH.) unto the LORD; for he is good; for men! Oh that men would praise Exod. xv, 13. Thou in thy me his mercy endureth for ever, the LORD for his goodness, and for hast led forth the people

2 Chron. V, 13. It came even to his wonderful works to the chil: thou hast redeemed... pass, as the trumpeters and sing-dren of men! Oh that men would

Ecod. xxxiv, 6, 7. And the I ers were as one, to make one praise

the Lord for his goodness, passed by before him and sound to be heard in praising and and for his wonderful works to

claimed, The LORD, the LORD thanking the LORD, and when they the children of men!

merciful and gracious. lifted up their voice with the P3. cxvill, 1, 29. O give thanks Keeping mercy for thousands, trumpets, and cymbals, and in- unto the LORD; for he is good: be giving iniquity, and transgress struments of musick, and praised cause his mercy endureth for ever. and sin. the LORD, saying, For he is good; o give thanks unto the LORD; for

Num. xiv, 18. The LORD I for his mercy endureth for ever: he is good; for his mercy endureth

suffering, and of great mercy, that then the house was filled for ever.

giving iniquity and trang with a cloud, even the house of the Ps. cxxxvi, 1. O give thanks sion. LORD. unto the LORD; for he is good; for

Deut. iv, 31. (For the LORD Ezra vill, 18. And, by the good his mercy endureth for ever.

God is a inerciful God;) he will hand of our God upon us, they Ps. cxliv, 2. My goodness, and forsake thee, nelther det brought us a man of understand my fortress.

thee. Ing, of the sons of Mahli, the son

Ps. cxlv, 7,9. They shall abunof Levi, the son of Israel; and She- dantly utter the memory of thy of salvation for his king, and

2 Sam. xxil, 51. He is the to reblah, with his sons and bis great goodness, and shali sing of eth mercy to his anointed, brethren, eighteen.

ihy righteousness. The LORD ES David, and to his seed for 19. Think npon me, my good to all; and his tender mercies more. God, for good, according to all are over all his works.

Ezra vil, 28. Apd hath exten that I have done for this people. Isa. Ixill, 7. I will mention the mercy unto me before the

Ps. xxi, 3. For thou prevent- loving-kindnesses of the Lord, and and his counsellors, and before est him with the blessings of goodness : thou settest a crown of to all that the Lord hath bestowed was strengthened as the bars

on us, and the great goodness to the LORD my God soas upon pure gold on his head.

ward the house of Israel, which he and I gathered together out Ps. xxv, 7, 8. Remember not the hath bestowed on them according Israel chief men to go up with sins of my youth, nor my trans- to his mercies, ard according to gressions according to thy mercy the multitude of his loving-kind- art a God ready to pardon,

Neh. 1x, 17, 31. ..... kol remember thou me for thy good- nesses.

ous and mercifal.

Net ness' sake, O LORD. Good and up- Jer. xxxl, 14. And I will satiate theless, for thy great merd right is the Lord: therefore will the soul of the priests with fatness, sake, thou didst not utterly he teach sinners in the way. and my people shall be satisfied sume them, nor forsake there:

Ps. xxvii, 13. I had fainted, un- with my goodness, saith the LORD. thou art a gracious and our less I ha believed to see the Jer. xxxiii, 9. ..... They shall I God

Neh. v,


1,5. Thy mercy, O LORD, regeneration, and renewing of the will bring them again to place heavens, and thy faith- Holy Ghost.

them; for I have mercy upon Beheth unto the clouds. James v, 11.

Yo have them..... 10. For thy mercy is heard of the patience of Job, and ) the heavens, and thy have seen the end of the Lord; OFTEN PRAYED FOR. the clouds.

that the Lord is very pitiful, and Num. xlv, 19. Pardon, I beseech 12. Also unto thee, o of tender mercy.

thee, the iniquity of this people, ingeth mercy: for thou

1 Peter 1, 3. Blessed be the God according to the greatness of thy to every man according and Father of our Lord Jesus mercy. ....

Christ, which, according to his Deut. xxl, 8. Be merciful, O 18. When I said, My abundant mercy, hath begotten LORD, unto thy people Israel, th; thy mercy, O LORD, us again unto a lively hope, by whom thou hast redeemed. P. the resurrection of Jesus Christ Neh. xill, 22. ...:

Remember His mercy is from the dead.

me, O my God, concerning this

also, and spare me according to The LORD is merciful MERCY OFTEN THE GROUND the greatness of thy mercy pus, slow to anger, and OF CONFIDENCE, AND

Ps. iv, 1. Hear me when I call, in inercy.

O God of my righteousness: THEME OF PROMISE. 15. And he remembered

have mercy upon me, and hear is covenant, and repente come into thy house in the multi

Ps. V, 7. But as for me, I will my prayer. ng to the multitude oftade of thy mercy. ....

Ps. vi, 2, 4. Have mercy upon

me, O LORD; for I am weak: O 1. O give thanks unto Ps. lix, 10. The God of my mercy LORD, heal me; for my bones are for he is good: for his shall prevent me.....

vexed. Return, O LORD, deliver urdh for ever. P3. Ixxxix, 2, 28. For I have my soul: Oh save me for thy

mercies sake. 64. The earth, O LORD, said, Mercy shall be built up for

My mercy will I keep Ps. 1x, 13. Have mercy upon iy mercy: teach me thy ever; : ..

for him for evermore, and my me, O LORD; consider my trouble 7. Let Israel hope in covenant shall stand fast with which I suffer of them that bate

him. for with the LORD there and with him is plen

Ps. cil, 13. Thou shalt arise, and P8. xxv, 6. Remember, O LORD, mption. have mercy upon Zion. ....

thy tender mercies and thy love viii, 8. The Lord will

Isa. xiv, 1. For the LORD will ingekindnesses; for they have been tuhich concerneth me:

have mercy on Jacob, and will ever of old.

yet choose Israel, and set them in Ps. xxvi, 11. But as for me, I 0 LORD, endureth for their own land.

will walk in mine integrity : ake not the works of hands.

Isa, xxx, 18. And therefore will redeem me, and be merciful unto & The LORD is graci- gracious unto you; and therefore the LORD wait, that he may be me.

P3. xl, 11. Withhold not thou All of compassion; slow nd of great mercy.

will he be exalted, that he may thy tender mercies from me, O have mercy upon you. ....

LORD: let thy loving-kindness and , 22, 23, 32. It is of the

thy truth continually preservo Isa. xlix, 10...

He that Teies that we are not hath mercy on them shall lead

ine. because his compas-them, even by the springs of

P3. xli, 4. I said, LORD, be merci. not. They are new

ful untó me: heal my soul; for I water shall he guide them. ning.. But though

have sinned against thee. grier, yet will he have Iso. Ilv, 7, 8. For a small mo

according to the mul- ment have I forsaken thee; but Ps. 11, 1. Have mercy upon me, is mercies.

with great mercies will I gather o God, according to thy loving

thee. Id a little wrath I bid my kindness; according unto the I, 9. To the Lord our face from thee for a moment; but multitude of thy tender mercies g mercies and forgive with everlasting kindness will I blot out my transgressions. ongh we have rebelled have mercy on thee, saith the Ps. Ixi, 7. He shall abide before LORD thy Redeemer.

God for ever: O prepare mercy rii, 18...

Ho rethis anger for ever, belasting covenant with you, even him.

Isa. Iv, 3.....I will make an ever- and truth, which may preservo elighteth in mercy, the sure mercies of David.

Ps. Ixxis, 8. O remember not 3. Blessed be God, even er of our Lord Jesus Jer. xlil, 12. And I will shew against us former iniquities: let

thy tender mercies speedily preFather of mercies, and mercies unto you, that he may vent us; for we are brought very fall comfort. have mercy upon you, and cause

low. you to return to your own land. 4. But God, who is rich

Ps. IXXXV, 7. Shew as thy mercy for his great love where

Hosea ii, 19. And I will betrotho LORD: and grant us thy salvaFed us.

thee unto me for ever, yea, I will tion.

betroth thee unto me in right1, 13. Who was before a eousness, and in judgment, and in

Ps. lxxxvi, 3. Be merciful unto er, and a persecutor, and loving-kindness, and in mercies.

me, O Lord; for I cry unto thee but I obtained mercy,

daily. I did it ignorantly in unZech. 1, 16...Thus saith the LORD;

Ps. xc, 14. 0 satisfy us early I am returned to Jerusalem with with thy mercy; that we may re

mercies..... 1,5. Not by works of

joice and be glad all our days. mess which we have Zech. x, 6. And I will strengthen Ps. cix, 21, 26. But do thou for

according to his mercy the house of Judah, and I will me, o Gon' the Lord, for thy I us, by the washing of save the house of Joseph, and I name's sake: because thy mercy is



good, dellver thou me. Help mo, endureth for ever. To him which IN THE FORM OF KINDNESS. O LORD my God; O save me divided the Red sea into parts:

Neh. ix, 17. ... Thou art a G according to thy mercy.

for his mercy endureth for ever. ready to pardon, gracious Ps. cxix, 41, 77, 124, 132. Let thy And made Jsrael to pass through merciful, slow to anger, and mercies come also unto me, o the midst of it: for buis mercy en-great kindness... LORD; even thy salvation, accord- dureth for ever: Bul overthrew ing to thy word. Let thy tender Pharaoh and his host

in the Red is thy

loving - kindness, 0 G

Ps. XXXVI, 7, 10. How excell mercies come unto me, that I may sea: for his mercy endureth for therefore the children of men

y live: for thy law is my delight.ever. Deal with thy servant according peoplo through the wilderness: their trust under the shadow unto thy mercy, and teach me thy for his mercy endureth for

ever. kindness unto them that kn

thy wings. O continue thy lovir statutes. Look thou upon me, To him which smote great kings and be merciful unto me, as thou for his mercy endureth for ever. usest to do unto those that love And slew famous kings: for his Ps. xlil, 8. Yet the LORD thy name.

mercy endureth for ever: Sihon command his loving-kindness Hab. iii, 2. ... O LORD, revive king of the Amorites for his the day-time. ...

And thy work' in the midst of the mercy endureth for ever,

Ps. 11, 1. Have mercy upon 1 years, in the midst of the years or the king of Bashan: for his o God, according to thy lovit

And make known; in wrath remember mercy endureth for ever: gave their land for an heritage: titude of thy tender mercies b

kindness; according unto them mercy.

for his mercy endureth for ever: out my transgressions. Mal. I, 9. And now, I pray you, Eren an heritage unto Israel his beseech God that he will be servant: for his mercy endureth Ps. Ixlı, 16. Hear me, O L gracious unto us. ....

for ever. Who remembered us for thy loving-kindness is gol Luke xvill, 13. And the publican, in our low estate: for his mercy turn unto me according to standing afar off, would not lift up endureth for ever. And hath re- multitude of thy tender merde so much as his eyes unto heaven, deemed us from our enemies; for but smote upon his breast, saying, his mercy endareth for ever. kindness be declared in the grat

P8. lxxxviii, 11. Shall thy love God be merciful to me a sinner. Who giveth food to all flesh; for or thy faithfulness ir destructii

Gal. vi, 16. And as many as his mercy endureth for ever. O walk according to this rule, peace give thanks unto the God of P3. cell, 43. Whoso is wise, be on them, and mercy, and upon beaven: for his mercy endureth will observe these things, a the Israel of God. for ever.

they shall understand the lovi

kindness of the LORD. 1 Tim. 1, 2. Unto Timothy, my own son in the faith: Grace,

MERCY-IN THE FORM OF Ps. cxvii, 2. ... . His merci mercy, and peace, from God our PITY AND COMPASSION.

kindness is great toward us. . . Father, and Jesus Christ our

Deut. XXX, 3... Then the LORD

Ps. cxllil, 8. Cause me to be Lord.

thy God will

turn thy captivity, thy loving-kindness in the no Heb. iv, 16. Let us therefore and have compassion upon thee,

ing.. come boldly unto the throne of and will return and gather thee Jer. xxxl, 3. The LORD hath grace, that we may obtain mercy, from all the nations whither the peared of old unto me, sayi and find grace to help in time of LORD thy God hath scattered Yea, I have loved thee with need. thee.

everlasting love; therefore v Jude 2. Mercy unto you, and

loving-kindness bave i drat peace, and love, be multiplied.

2 Chron. XXXVI, 15.

LORD God of their fathers sent to AND OFTEN PRAISED. them by his messengers, rising up

Jer. xxxil, 18. Thou shos

loving - kindness betimes, and sending; because he

unto Gen. xxiv, 27. And he said, had compassion on his people,

sands. Blessed be the LORD God of my and on his dwelling-place.

Eph. 11, 7. That in the ages master Abraham, who bath not

come he might shew the exced left destitute my master of his Ps. Ixxvill, 88. But he, being full ing riches of his grace, to mercy and his truth. ....

of compassion, forgave their ind- kindness toward thro Ps. lix, 16. But I will sing of thy quity, and destroyed them not; Christ Jesus. power; yea, I will sing aloud of yea, many a time turned he his thy mercy in the morning. .. anger away, and did not stir up kindness and love of God

Titus ill, 4. But after that t all his wrath. Ps. cxv, 1. Not unto us, O LORD,

Saviour toward man appeared. not unto us, but into thy name Isa. Ixiii, 9. In all their affliction give glory, for thy mercy, and he was afflicted, and the angel of AND ALSO IN TUE FOEM OF for thy truth's sake. his presence saved them: in his

Long-SUFFERING PS. CXXXVI, 1-26. O give thanks love and in his pity he redeemed

Neh. ix, 30. Yet many yes unto the Lord; for he is good: for them; and le bare them, and his mercy endureth for ever. 0 carried them all the days of old. didst thou forbear them, a

testifiedst against them by t! give thanks unto the God of gods; Micah vll, 19. He will turn again, Spirit in thy prophets yet vrou for his mercy endureth for ever. he will have compassion upon us; they not give ear: therefore sa O give thanks to the Lord of lords: he will subdue our iniquities: and est thou them into the band of for his mercy endureth for ever. thou wilt cast all their sins into people of the lands. To him who alone doeth great the depths of the sea. wonders: for his mercy endureth

Ps. Ixxviil, 88. .... Yea, ma for ever. To him that smote Egypt Moses, I will have mercy on whom and did not stir up all bis Wall

Rom. ix, 15. For he saith to a time turned he his anger an endureth for ever: And bronght I will have mercy, and I will have out Israel from among them: for compassion on whom I will have chide; neither will he keep his mercy endureth for ever: compassion.

anger for ever, With a strong hand, and with a James v, 11. .... The Lord (8 Hosea xi, 9. I will not ereca stretched-out arm: for his mercy very pitiful and of tender mercy. I the fierceness of mine anger,

And the thee.


Un retara to destroy Eph- the LORD is exalted; the right created from the face of the earth;

hand of the LORD doeth valiantly. both man and beast, and the FRA Fil, 18 ... He restrain- Isa. III, 10. The LORD hath creeping thing, and the fowls of hot his anger for ever, because made bare his holy arm in the the air: for it repenteth me that I delighteth in mercy. eyes of all the nations. ....

have made them. Nakam 1, 3. The LORD 8 slow Hab. iil, 4. .... He had porns Exod. xxxil, 14. And the LORD coming out of his hand; and there repented of tho evil which he

thought to do unto his people. B. 11,4. Or despisest thon the was the hiding of his power. Eches of his goodness and forbear

Deut. xxxii, 36. For the LORD de and long-suffering. ....


shall judge his people, and repent Ben İs, 22. What if God, will

Erod. xxxl, 21-23. And the himself for his servants, when he to stew his wrath, and to LORD said, Behold, there is a place seeth that their power is gone, his power known, endured by me, and thou shalt stand upon and there is none shut up, or

left. much long-suffering the a rock: And It shall come to pass, of wrath fitted to de- while my glory passeth by, that 1 Sam. xv, 11, 35. It repenteth

I will put thee in a clist of the me that I have set up Saul to be

rock, and will cover thee with my king: for he is turned back from der fif, 20. Which sometime band while I pass by: And I will following me, and hath not perte disobedient, when once the take away mine hand, and thou formed my commandments. .. se estrering of God walted in shalt see my back parts; but my The LORD repented that he had days of Noah, while the ark face shall not be seen.

made Saul king over Israel. preparing, wherein few, a la eight souls, were saved them as with an east wind before will judge his people, and he will

Jer. xviii, 17. I will scatter Ps. cxxxv, 14. For the LORD

the enemy; I will shew them the repent himself concerning his Peter ill, 15. And account that back, and not the face, in the day servants. konp-suffering of our Lord is of their calamity.

Jer. xv, 6. Thou hast forsaken

me, saith the LORD, thou art gone EYES.

backward: therefore will l stretch IV.

2 Chron. Xvi, 9. For the eyes of out my hand against thee, and ANTHROPOMORPHISM the LORD run to and fro through- destroy thee; I am weary with out the whole earth.....


Prov. xxii, 12. The eyes of the Hosea xl, 8. How shall I give PROPER TO MAN LORD preserve knowledge. thee up, Ephraim? how shall i de SCRIBED IN FIGURE

liver thee, Israel? how shall I NOSTRILS.

make thee as Admah? how shall I TO GOD,

2 Sam. xxii, 16. And the chan- set thee as Zeboim? mine heart is HUMAN ORGANS. nels of the sea appeared, the turned within me, my repentings foundations of the world were

are kindled together. FACE.

discovered, at the rebuking of the Joel 11, 14. Who knoweth if he mi, 30. And Jacob LORD, at the blast of the breath of will return and repent, and leave the name of the place his nostrils.

a blessing behind him, even a et for I have seen God face e, and my life is preserved. (See under BODY, Page 104.)

meat-offering and a drink-offering

unto the LORD your God. suil, 11. And the LORD


Jonah iii, 9, 10. Who can tell i cato Moses face to face, man speaketh unto his

Num. xil, 8. With him [Moses] God will turn and repent, and will I speak mouth to mouth, turn away from his fierce anger,

even apparently, and not in dark' that we perish not? And God T, 4. The LORD talked speeches.

saw their works, that they turned you face to face in the Ps. xvili, 8. There went up a

from their evil way; and God reout of the midst of the smoke out of bis nostrils, and fire pented of the evil that he had out of his month devoured: coals and he did it not.

said that he would do unto them; . xxxiv, 10. And there were kindled by it. not a prophet since in Isa. XXX, 27, 28. Bebold, the

SORROW. nike unto Moses, whom the name of the LORD cometh from far, knew face to face. burning with his anger, and the LED that he had made man on

Gen. vi, 6. And it repented the a..., 11. And I saw a great burden thereof is heavy: his lips the earth, and it grieved him at Ste throne, and him that sat on are full of indignation, and his

his heart. Brons whose face the earth and tongue as a devouring fire: And laven fled away..... his breath, as an overflowing

Jud. x, 16. And they put away stream, shall reach to the midst of the strange gods from among the neck. ....

them, and served the LORD: and HAND AND ARM

his soul was grieved for the misery E. THI, 19. Then the magl


of Israel. ald unto, Pharaoh, This is

P3. xvill, 9. He bowed the Ps. lxxviii, 40. How oft did they fingar of God. ....

heavens also, and came down: provoke him in the wilderness, hul, & Thine hand shall find and darkness was under his feet. and grieve him in the desert. all thine enemies, thy right Nahum i, 3..

And the shall find out those that bate clouds are the dust of his feet.

Ps. xcv, 10. Forty years long

was I grieved with this genera. Plair, 11. Why withdrawest 2. HUMAN FEELINGS.

Exek. Xvi, 43. ... Thou hast not thy hand, even thy right


remembered the days of thy youth, plack it out of thy bosom.

Gen. vi, 7. And the LORD said, I but hast fretted me in all these cviii, 16. The right hand of will destroy man, whom I have things. .....



Hleb, ill, 10. Wherefore I was burnt-offering, while I meet the, the hair of his head like 1 grieved with that generation, and LORD yonder.

wool; his throne was like said, They do always err in their

Deut. xxxi, 15. And the LORD flame, and his wheels as heart; and they have not known appeared in the tabernacle in a fire. A flery stream is my ways. pillar of a cloud. .....

came forth from befo Jud. v, 4. LORD; when thou went

thousand thousands
est out of Seir, when thou march- unto him, and ten thouse

ten thousand stood bet
edst out of the field of Edom, the

the judgment was set, Gen. 1v, 16. And Cain went out earth trembled, and the heavens

books were opened. from the presence of the Lord, and dropped, the clouds also dropped

Hab. iii,8,15. Was the I dwelt in the land of Nod, on the water. east of Eden.

1 Sam. iv, 7. And the Philistines pleased against the ris

thine anger against th Gen. xvil, 22. And he left off were afraid: for they said, God is was thy wrath against talking with him, and God went come into the camp.

And they that thou didst ride up up from Abraham.

said, Woe unto us! for there hath horses, and thy chariots Gen. xviii, 33. And the LORD not been such a thing heretofore.

tion? Thou didst walk went his way, as soon as he had

2 Sam. xxii, 11. And he rode the sea with thine horses left communing with Abraham: upon a cherub, and did fly: and he the heap of great waters and Abraham returned unto his was seen upon the wings of the

Zech. ix, 14. ... The I 10 place. wind.

shall blow the trumpet, Gen. XXXV,9. And God appeared 1 Kings ix, 2. The LORD go with whirlwinds of th unto Jacob again, when he came appeared to Solomon the second ont of Padan-aram, and blessed time, as he had appeared unto

4. HUMAN VOIC him. him at Gibeon.

Exod. xix, 19. And v Gen. xlviii, 3. And Jacob said 1 Kings xix, 11. Behold the

voice of the trumpet unto Joseph, God Almighty ap- LORD passed by.....

long, and waxed louder a peared unto me at Luz in the land

Job xlii, 5. I have heard of thee er, Moses spake, and God of Canaan, and blessed me.

by the hearing of the ear, but now ed him by a voice. Escod. iii, 6. ..... And Moses mine eye seeth thee.

Exod. xx, 19, 22, And t hid his face; for he was afraid to Ps. xviil, 10. And he rode upon unto Moses, speak tbou look upon God.

a cherub, and did fly; yea, he did and we will hear: but let Exod. xix, 9, 17, 20, 21. And the fly upon the wings of the wind. speak with us, legt we d LORD said unto Moses, LO, I come unto thee in a thick cloud, that the a shout.

Ps. xlvii, 6. God is gone up with the LORD said unto Mos

thou shalt say unto the people may hear when I speak

of Israel, Yo have seer with thee, and believe thee for

Ps. Ixvili, 7. O God when thou

have talked wentest forth before thy people, heaven.

with ever...... And Moses brought when thou didst march through

yo forth the people out of the camp the wilderness. Selah.

Lev. I, 1. And the Los to meet with God; and they stood at the nether part of the mount.

P8, civ, 3.

unto Moses, and spake u .. Who maketh the

out of the tabernacle of And the LORD came down upon clouds his chariot; who walketh

gregation, saying. mount Sinai, on the top of the upon the wings of the wind. mount: and the LORD called Moses Isa. Vi, 1. In the year that king

Num. vii, 89. And whe up to the top of the mount; and Uzziah died I saw also the LORD was gone into the taber Moses went up. And the LORD sitting upon a throne, high and the congregation to spe said unto Moses, Go down, charge lifted up, and his train filled the Him, then he heard the the people, lest theybreak through temple.

one speaking unto him unto the LORD to gaze, and many Ezek. 1,1. Now it came to pass ark of testimony, from !

the mercy-seat that toas o of them perish.

in the thirtieth year, in the fourth the two cherubims: and I Ecod. xx, 21. And the people month, in the fifth day of the

unto him, stood afar off; and Moses drew month, as I was among the capnear unto the thick darkness tives by the river of Chebar, that

Num. xii, 4. And the Los where God was.

the heavens were opened, and I suddenly unto Moses, ar
saw visions of God.

Aaron, and unto Miriam
Exod. xxiv, 10, 11. And they

out ye three unto the ta? saw the God of Israel: and there Ezek. viil, 4. And, behold, the of the congregation was under his feet as it were a glory of the God of Israel was three came out. paved work of a sapphire-stone, there, according to the vision that

Num. xxii, 9. And Go and as it were the body of heaven I saw in the plain. in his clearness. And upon the

unto Balaam, and sald, WI

Ezek. xi, 23. And the glory of are these with thee? nobles of the children of Israel he the LORD went up from the midst laid not his hand: also they saw of the city, and stood upon the spake unto you out of thi

Deut, iv, 12, 33. And th God, and did eat and drink. mountain which is on the east of the fire: ye heard they Num. xil, 5. And the LORD came side of the city.

the words, but saw no sim down in the pillar of the cloud, Ezek. xliii, 2. And, behold, the only ve heard a voice. D and stood in the door of the taber glory of the God of Israel came people hear the voice nacle, and called Aaron and Miri- from the way of the east; and his speaking out of the midst am: and they both came forth. voice was like a noise of many fire, as thou hast heard, ad

Num. xxiii, 4, 15. And God met waters, and the earth slined with Balaam: and he said unto him, I his glory.

Deut. v, 25, 26. Now th

why should we die? for this have prepared seven altars, and I Dan. vil, 9, 10. I beheld till the fire will consume us. bave offered upon every altar a thrones were cast down, and the the voice of the Lord or bullock and a ram. And he said Ancient of days did sit, whose any more, then we shall die unto Balak, Stand here by thy garment was white as snow, and I who is there of all tiesh, thua


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