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These are written, that we might believe. believe that Jesus is the Christ Faith, the Hope, and the Piety of Christians, may be Sect. 203. the Son of God, and that confirmed ; and especially, that you may more firmbelieving, ye might have Life thro' his Name. TA. ly and assuredly believe, that Hesus is the Mef- John XX. men.] (JOHN XXI. – 25.) hah, the Son of GOD, partaking of the fame 31

Divine Glory with the Father, and the sure Ob-
ject of his Peoples Confidence; and that believ-
ing it, you may be fo influenced by his instructive
Discourses, his compleat Example, and his dying
Love, that you may have Eternal Life thro' bis
Name. And may God grant, that as it is all
most certainly and circumstantially true, so it may
have that happy Effect upon all those, by whom
this History is perused, from Age to Age.
Amen!

--vupunas of Angels ; (Pfal. lxviii. in 10

IMPROV EM E N T. T HUS did our Victorious Saviour ascend on high, and lead Captivity Luke xxiv.

I captive : The Chariots of GOD which attended him, were Twenty 15. thousand, even Thousands of Angels; (Pfal. Ixviii. 17, 18.) and being gone into Heaven, he is there feated on the Right Hand of GOD; Angels, Acts 1.9. and Authorities, and Powers being made subject to him. (1 Pet. ïïi. 22.) Let us his humble Followers look after him with holy Joy, and pleasing Ver. 10. Expectation; congratulating his Triumphs, and trusting thro' his Grace to share them.

Like the Apostles let us bow down and worship him; and while we con- Luke xxiv. tinue here below, let us make it our daily Labour and Care, to seek those 52. Things which are above, where Christ fitteth at the Right Hand of GOD: (Col. iii. 1.) And instead of amufing ourselves with the vain Dreams of Temporal Grandeur and Felicity, or with curious Enquiries after those Times and Seasons, which the Father bas reserved in his own Power ; let us Aets i. 7. apply with Vigour and Zeal to that Business, which he has assigned us; labouring to the utmost to promote his Gospel, and, by a diligent Improvement of our Time and Opportunities, to prepare for his final Ap- Ver. 11. pearance, when the Lord himself hall descend from Heaven with more publick Splendor than he returned thither, and shall come in the Glory of his Father, and his own Glory, with a majestick Pomp, which every Eye shall fee, and with the Sound of a Trumpet, which even all the Nations of the Dead ball bear.

In the mean Time, let us again thankfully own his gracious Presence Mark xvi. with bis Disciples, whom he left behind him; and with admiring Gra- 20. titude reflect upon the happy Consequences of that Presence, in the Establishment of the Gospel in the World, and the Transmillion of it even unto us, in so remote an Age and Country.

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656 Refle&tions on the great Defign of the Gospel. Sect. 203. Let us especially praise him for these Sacred Records, which contain m ú such an authentick and exact Account of those important Facts, in which John xxi.

we are all so nearly concerned ; Records incomparably more valuable 25.

than the Writings of our private Estates, or the Charters of our publick Liberties. Let us earnestly pray, that their great Deaign may be anfwered in us; and make it our importunate Request to him who is the Giver of all Grace, that thro' the Operations of that Holy Spirit, wichout the Influence of which even Scripture itself, with all our Advantages for understanding and improving it, will be but a sealed Book or a dead Letter, our Faith may be nourished and confirmed by every Portion of

it which we read; and that our Hearts may be so delivered into the Jibnxx. 31. Mould of his Word, that believing on Christ, under all the Characters he

bears, we may have Life thro' bis Name; and may at length receive the End of our Faith, in the compleat Salvation of our Souls, through him, to whom with the Father, and the eternal Spirit, be undivided Honours, and everlasting Praises. Amen, and Amen!

END of the Second VOLUME.

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A TABLE for the more ready finding any Verse of

the Evangelists in the foregoing Harmony.

N. B. The Verses between those inserted in this Table follow each other in the fame Section, and begin

at the Page referred to. Thus in Mat. Chap. I. the Verses from ver. 1. to ver. 17. are in Sect. ix. and begin at pag. 42. And then from ver, 18. to ver. 25. which ends the Chapter, they are in Sect. viii. and begin at pag. 37.

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