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Future Glory. 2 Cor. iii. 18. We behold as in a Glafs the Glory of

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Rom. v. 2. We rejoice in Hope of the Glory of God.
God's Power called his Glory. Rom. 6. 4.

Dead by the Glory of the Father.

John xi. 4. 40. Lazarus his Sickness, and rifing from the Dead, is called the Glory of God.

1 Cor. xi. 7. Man is the Image and Glory of God.

Heb. i. 3. Chrift is the Brightness of the Father's Glory.

Chrift was raised from the

God's Knowledge.

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32. God's Knowledge is perfect. 1 Sam. ii. 3. The Lord is a God of Knowledge, and by him Actions are weighed.

Job xxxvii. 16. He is perfect in Knowledge. Ch. 36. 4.

Pf. cxlvii. 5. His Understanding is infinite. See Rom. 11. 33.

Ifai. xl. 28. There is no fearching of his Understanding. Prov. 22.12: xi. 2. The Spirit of the Lord is the Spirit of Knowledge..

33. God's Knowledge is Underived. Job xxi. 22. Shall any teach God Knowledge.

Pf. xciv. 9. He that planted the Ear shall he not hear? he that form ed the Eye fhall he not see?

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Ver. 10. He that teacheth Man Knowledge, fhall himself not know? Ifa. xl. 14. With whom took he Counfel, and who inftructed him? and taught him in the Path of Judgment, and taught him Knowledge, and fhewed him the Way of Understanding.

34 God's Knowledge extendeth to all Things. Job xxviii. 10. His Eye feeth every precious Thing.

Ver. 24. He looketh to the Ends of the Earth, and feeth under the whole Heaven.

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Pf. cxxxix. 12. Darkness hideth not from thee, but the Night shineth as the Day, the Darkness and the Light are both alike to thee.

Dan. ii. 22. He knoweth what is in the Darkness, and the Light dwelleth with him.

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Acts xv. 18. Known unto God are all his Works from the Beginning of the World.

Heb. iv. 13. 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.

1 John 3. 20. God knoweth all Things.

35. Things which God only knoweth. Gen. xl. 8. Jofeph faid, do not Interpretations belong to God?

Deut. xxix. 29. Secret Things belong to the Lord our God.

Kings viii. 39. Thou only knoweft the Hearts of all the Children of

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Job xxiv. 1. Times are not hidden from the Almighty. Acts 1. 7. Ifai. xlii. 9. New Things do I declare, before they fpring forth, I tell you of them.

xlvi. 9. I am God, and there is none like me,

Ver. 10. Declaring the End from the Beginning, and from antient Times, the Things that are not yet done. Chap. 48. 3. 6. 16.

Matt. xi. 27. No Man knoweth the Son, but the Father. John 10. 15.
Mar. xiii. 32. Of the Day and Hour of Judgment knoweth no Man,

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no not the Angels which are in Heaven, neither the Son but the Father. 1 Cor. ii. 11. The Things of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God.

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36. Secret Things which God will discover. Job 20. 27. The Heavens fhall reveal the Iniquity of the Wicked, and the Earth shall rife up against him.

xxviii. 11. The Thing that is hid bringeth he forth to Light.
Eccl. xii. 14. God will bring into Judgment every fecret Thing.
Dan. ii. 22. God revealeth deep and fecret Things. ver. 28. 29. 47·
Matt. x. 26. There is nothing hid that shall not be known.
Rom. ii. 16. God will judge the Secrets of Men.

1 Cor. 4. 5. God will bring to Light the hidden things of Darkness, and will make manifeft the Counfels of the Heart.

Eph. iii. 9. The Mystery (of Redemption) hath been hid in God from the Foundation of the World.

Ver. 10. Now made known. Col. 1. 26.

37. The Knowledge of God extendeth to Man and all his Ways. 2 Chrom. xvi. 9. The Eyes of the Lord run to and fro through the whole Earth, to fhew himself strong in behalf of those whose Heart is perfect towards him.

Job xxxiv. 21. His Eyes are upon the ways of Man, and he seeth all his Goings: Chap. 13. 27-31.4.

Pf.xi. 4. His Eyes behold, his Eye-lids try the Children of Men. xxxiii. 13. The Lord looketh from Heaven, he beholdeth all the Sons of Men.

Ver. 14. From the Place of his Habitation he looketh upon all the Inhabitants of the Earth.

Ixvi. 7. His Eyes behold the Nations.

ciii. 4. He knoweth our Frame, he remembereth that we are Duft. cxiii. 6. He humbleth himself to behold the things that are in Heaven and in the Earth.

cxxxix. 1. O Lord thou haft fearch'd me and known me.

Ver. 2. Thou knoweft my down-fitting and mine up-rifing, thou understandeft my Thought afar off.

Ver. 3. Thou compaffeft my Path, and my lying down, and art acquainted with all my Ways.

Ver 4. For there is not a Word in my Tongue, but lo, O Lord, thou knowest it altogether.

Ver. 6. Such Knowledge is too wonderful for me, it is high, I cannot attain unto it.

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cxxxix. 11. If I fay furely the Darkness shall cover me, even the Night fhall be light about me. Ver. 12. 13. Dan. 2. 22.

Ver. 15. My Substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in Secret, and curiously wrought in the loweft Parts of the Earth.

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Ver. 16. Thine Eyes did fee my Subftance, yet being unperfect, and in thy Book all my Members were written, which in Continuance were fashioned when as yet there was none of them.

Prov. v. 21. The Ways of Man are before the Eyes of the Lord, and he pondereth all his Goings.

xv. 3. The Eyes of the Lord are in every Place beholding the Evil and the Good.

Jer. xxiii. 24. Can any hide himself in Secret? that I shall not see him, faith the Lord.

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Jer. xxxii. 19.Thine Eyes are upon all the Ways of the Sons of Men, to give every one according to his Ways, and according to the Fruit of his doings.

38. God knoweth the Hearts of all Men. 1 Sam. xvi. 7. The Lord feeth not as Man seeth, for Man looketh on the outward Appearance, but God looketh on the Heart. Job 10. 4. Prov. 15. 11.

Kings viii. 39. Thou only knoweft the Hearts of all the Children of Men.

1 Chron. xxviii. 9. The Lord fearcheth all Hearts, and understandeth all the Imaginations of the Thoughts.

Jer. xx. 12. Ŏ Lord of Hofts that feeft the Reins and Heart.Rom.8. 27. Acts i. 24. Thou Lord knoweft the Hearts of all Men.

39. God knoweth the Hearts of the Righteous. Gen. xx. 6. I know thou didft this in the Integrity of thine Heart.

Pf. xix. 14. Let the Meditations of my Heart be acceptable in thy Sight, O Lord, my Strength and my Redeemer.

CXXXIX. 23. Search me, O God, and know my Heart, try me and know my Thoughts.

Ver. 24. And fee if there be any wicked Way in me,and lead me in the Way everlasting.

Ifa. lxvi. 2. To this Man will I look, even to him that is Poor and of a contrite Spirit, and trembleth at my Word.

Jer. xii. 3. Thou, O Lord, knoweft me, thou haft seen me, and try'd mine Heart toward thee.

1 Pet. iii. 4. The hidden Man of the Heart, even a meek and quiet Spirit is in the Sight of God of great Price. See Acts 15. 8.

40. God knoweth the Hearts of the Wicked. Deut. xxxi. 20. They will provoke me.

Ver. 21. For I know their Imagination which they go about even now. Pf. xciv. 11. The Lord knoweth the Thoughts of Man, that they are Vanity.

Ezek. xi. 5. I know the Things that come into your Minds every one of you.

Luke xvi. 15. Jefus faid, ye are they that justify your felves before Men, but God knoweth your Hearts.

Acts viii. 21. Thy Heart is not right in the Sight of God. See Pf. 44.20. 41. God knoweth his People. Gen. vii. 1. The Lord faid to Noah, thee have I feen righteous before me in this Generation.

xviii. 19. I know Abraham that he will command his Children and his Houfhold after him, and they fhall keep the Way of the Lord. 2 Sam. vii. 20. Thou Lord knoweft thy Servant. 1 Chr. 17. 18. Pf. i. 6. The Lord knoweth the Way of the Righteous. Pf. 37. 18. xxxiv. 15. The Eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous, and his Ears are open to their Cry.

Ixxx. 14. Look down from Heaven, and behold, and vifit this thy Vine. Pf. 119. 132.-25. 18. Deut. 26. 15. Ifai. 63. 15.

Ifai. lvii. 18. I have feen his Ways, and will heal him, faith the Lord. Jer. xxiv. 6. I will fet mine Eyes upon them for Good. Zech. 12. 4. 2 Tim. ii. 19. The Lord knoweth them that are his. Gal. 4.9. 42. God knoweth the religious Principles and Practices of his People. Rev. i. 19.I know thy Works, and Charity, and Service, and Faith, and Patience. 1 Cor. viii. 3. If any Man love God, the fame is known of God.

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Pf. xxxiii. 18. The Eye of the Lord is upon them that Fear him, upon them that Hope in his Mercy. See Gen. 22. 12.

Nah. i. 7. The Lord knoweth them that Trust in him.

1 Pet. iii. 4. A meek and quiet Spirit is in the fight of God of great Price.

2 Chron. xii. 7. The Lord faw that they humbled themselves. James

4. 10.

Col. i. 22. Prefent you Holy and Unblameable, and Unreproveable in his Sight.

Matt. vi. 18. Appear not to Men to faft, but to thy Father which feeth in Secret, and thy Father shall reward thee openly.

Ver. 6. When thou prayeft enter into thy Clofet, and when thou haft fhut thy Door, pray to thy Father which is in Secret, and thy Father which feeth in fecret, himself shall reward thee openly. 2 Kings 20. 5.

Ver. 4. That thine Alms may be in fecret, and thy Father which feeth in fecret, fhall reward thee openly. See Acts 10, 4. 31.

Job xxxiii. 27. He looketh upon Man, and if any say I have finned and perverted that which was right, and it profited me not.

Ver. 28. He shall deliver his Soul from going into the Pit, and his Life fhall fee the Light. See Jonah 3, 10.

Jer. xvii. 16. Thou knoweft that which came out of my Lips was right before thee.

Mal. iii. 16. They that feared the Lord fpake often one to another, and the Lord hearkened and heard it, and a Book of Remembrance was written before him for them that feared the Lord, and that thought on his Name. See Pf. 139. 4. Jer. 5. 3. Pf. 40. 9. 2 Cor. 11. 31.

43. Their Works. 2 Cor. viii. 21. Provide things honeft not only in the Sight of God, but also of Men.

Rev. ii. 2. I know thy Works, and thy Labour, and thy Patience; and how thou canst not bear them that are Evil.

Ver. 9. I know thy Works, and Tribulation, and Poverty, ver. 13, 19. Ch. 3. 8. Heb. 13. 21. 1 John 3. 22.

Their Wants. Matt. vi. 8. Your Father knoweth what Things ye have need of before ye afk him.

Matt. vi. 31. Take no Thought, faying, what fhall we Eat, or what fhall we Drink, or wherewithal fhall we be clothed.

Ver. 32. For your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all thele Things, Luke 12. 30.

Their Sorrows. Exod. iii. 7. The Lord faid of his People, I know their Sorrows. ch. 14. 24. Neh. 9. 9. A&.7. 34.

Deut. ii. 7. The Lord thy God knoweth thy Walking through the Wilderness.

Their Afflictions. Pf. xxxi. 7. Thou haft known my Soul in Adverfity. Pf. cii. 19. He hath looked down from the Height of his Sanctuary: from Heaven, did the Lord behold the Earth.

Ver, 20. To hear the groaning of the Prifoner. Pf. 38. 9. 2 Sam. 16, 12. Job 10. 15. Pf. 39. 11. 12.

Their Wrongs from Oppreffors. Gen. xxxi. 12. The Lord faid to Jacob, I have feen all that Laban doth to thee. Ver. 42.

Exod. ii. 25. God looked upon the Children of Ifrael, and had refpect unto them, under Oppression. Ver. 24. ch. 4. 31.

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1 Sam. ix, 16. I have looked upon my People because their Cry is come up unto me. See 2 Kings 13. 4.-14. 26.

Pf. x. 14. Thou beholdest Mischief and Spite to requite it.
XXXV. 21. They opened their Mouth against me.

Ver. 22. This thou haft feen, O Lord,

Ixix. 19. Thou haft known my Reproach, and my Shame, and my Dishonour, mine Adverfaries are all before thee.

Jer. lix. 15. The Lord faw it and it difpleafed him that there was no Judgment.

Lam. iii. 59. Lord thou haft feen my Wrong, judge thou my Caufe. Ver. 60.

Dan. ix. 18. O my God incline thine Ear and hear, open thine Eyes, and behold our Defolations. Ifa. 37. 17. Jer. 48. 30.

God faw in Affliction Hagar. Gen. 16. 13.-Leah, Gen. 29. 31. Hannah, 1 Sam. I. II,

44, God's Knowledge of the Wicked and their Sins. Gen. vi. 5. God faw the Wickedness of Man, that it was great in the Earth, and that every Imagination of the Thoughts of his Heart was only Evil continually.

Exod. xxxii 9. The Lord faid I have feen this People, and behold it is a ftiff-necked People, Deut. 32. 19.

Job xi. 11. He knoweth vain Man, he feeth Wickedness also, will he not then confider it ?

xxxiy. 22. There is no Darkness nor Shadow of Death, where the Workers of Iniquity may hide themfelves. Am. 9, 2, 3, 4.

Pf. xiv. 2. The Lord looked down from Heaven upon the Children of Men, to see if there were any that did understand, and seek God.

Ver, 3. They are all gone afide. Pf. 53. 2.

Ixix. 5. My Sins are not hid from thee,

xc. 8. Thou haft set our Iniquities before thee, our fecret Sins in the Light of thy Countenance,

Ifa. xlviii. 8. I knew that thou wouldst deal treacherously.

Jer. xvi. 17. Mine Eyes are upon all their Ways, neither is their Iniquity hid from mine Eyes.

Am. v. 11, I know their manifold Tranfgreffions, and their mighty Sins, Ch. 9. 8. I will fet mine Eyes upon them for Evil.

Hab. i. 13. Thou art of purer Eyes than to behold Evil, and canst not look upon Iniquity.

Luke xv. 21. I have finned against Heaven, and in thy Sight.

45. God knoweth the Proud, 2 Sam. xxii. 28. Thine Eyes are upon the Haughty, that thou mayeft bring them down. See Job 4. 12.

Pf. cxxxviii. 6. The Proud he knoweth afar off,

46. God knoweth the Impenitent, Jer. 8. 6. I hearkened and heard, but they spake not aright, no Man repented him of his Wickedness, faying, what have I done, every one turneth to his Course, as the Horse rufheth into the Battle.

47. Hypocritical Profeffors, Matt. xxii. 11. The King came in to see the Guests, and faw there a Man not having a wedding Garment on.

Rev. ii. 9. I know the Blafphemy of them which fay, they are Jews and are not, but are of the Synagogue of Satan.

iii. 1. I know that thou haft a Name, that thou liveft and art dead. 48. Lyars and uncharitable Perfons. Prov, xxiv. 11. If thou forbear to deliver them that are drawn to Death,

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