Imatges de pàgina

Prov.xxiv.12.If thou fayeft we knew it not,doth not he that pondereth the Heart confider it, and he that keepeth thy Soul doth he not know it, and shall he not render to every Man according to his Works?

49. Envious Perfons. Prov. xxiv. 17. Rejoice not when thine Enemy falleth, and let not thine Heart be glad when he ftumbleth.

Ver. 18. Left the Lord fee it, and it displease him, and he turn away his Wrath from him.

50. Wicked Works. Job xxxiv. 25. He knoweth their Works, and overthroweth them. ch. 24. 23.

Ifa. lxvi. 18. I know their Works, and their Thoughts.

Rev. iii. 15. I know thy Works, that thou art neither cold nor hot. 51. Whoredom Natural and Spiritual. Jer. xxix. 23. Because they have committed Villany in Ifrael, and have committed Adultery with their Neighbours Wives, and have spoken lying Words, even I know, and am a witness, faith the Lord.

Hof. v. 3. I know Ephraim, and Ifrael is not hid from me, for now O Ephraim thou committeft Whoredom and Ifrael is defiled.

Ver. 4. They will not frame their doings to turn unto their God, for the Spirit of Whoredoms is in them. Ch. 6. 10.

52. Murderers. 2 Sam. xii. 9. Nathan said to David, wherefore hast thou defpifed the Commandment of the Lord, in doing Evil in his Sight, thou haft killed Uriah with the Sword, &c.

2 Kings ix. 26. The Lord said, I have seen the Blood of Naboth, and the Blood of his Sons. See Gen. 4. 10.

Pf. lxxii. 14. Precious fhall the Blood of the Needy be in his Sight. Jer. xviii. 23. Lord thou knoweft all their Counsel against me to slay me; forgive not their Iniquity.

53. The Sins of the Wicked against this Attribute of God. Job xxii. 13. They fay how doth God know? can he judge thro' the dark Cloud? Pf. 59.7, 8.

Pf. x. 11. He hath faid in his Heart, God hath forgotten, he hideth his Face, he will never fee it.

lxxiii. 11. They fay how doth God know, and is there Knowledge in the most High?

xciv. 7. They fay the Lord fhall not fee, neither shall the God of Jacob regard it. See ver. 8, 9.

God's Wifdom.

54. God's Wisdom afferted. Job. ix. 4. He is wife in Heart and mighty in Strength, who hath hardened himself against him and hath profpered? Ifa. 31. 2.

xxxvi. 5. God is mighty in Strength and Wisdom. Ch. 38. 37. Dan. ii.20. Bleffed be God for Wisdom and Might are his. Prov. 8. 14. Rom. xi. 33. O the depth of the Wisdom of God! &c.

xvi. 27. To God only wife be Glory, thro' Jefus Chrift for ever. 1 Tim. 1. 17. Jude. ver. 25. Rev. 7. 12.

55. God's Wisdom in Creation. Pf. civ. 24. O Lord how manifold are thy Works, in Wisdom haft thou made them all. Pf. 136. 5. ́

Prov. 3. 19. The Lord by Wisdom hath founded the Earth, by Understanding hath he established the Heavens.

Ver. 20. By his Knowledge the depths are broken up, and the Clouds drop down the Dew.


Jer. x. 12. He hath made the Earth by his Power, he hath established the World by his Wisdom and hath ftretched out the Heavens by his Discretion. Ch. 51. 15.

56. God's Wisdom in Redemption by Jefus Chrift. Eph. i. 8. He hath abounded towards us in all Wisdom and Prudence.

Ver. 9. Having made known unto us the Mystery of his Will.

iii. 10. That he might make known the manifold Wisdom of God. Ver. 11. According to the eternal Purpose which he purposed in Chrift Jefus our Lord. Rom. 11. 33.

Col. 2. 3. Chrift in whom are hid all the Treasures of Wisdom and Knowledge.

Rev. v. 12. Worthy is the Lamb, to receive Wisdom, &c.

57. The Wisdom of Creatures, nothing in Comparison of God's Wisdom. Job iv. 18. Behold he putteth no Truft in his Servants, and his Angels he chargeth with Folly.

xxxvii. 24. He respecteth not any that are wife of Heart.

Prov. xxi. 30. There is no Wisdom, nor Understanding, nor Counsel against the Lord.

Ifa. xliv. 25. He fruftrateth the Tokens of Liars, and maketh Diviners mad, he turneth wife Men backward, and maketh their Knowledge foolish. Ch. 40. 23.

I Cor. i. 25. The Foolishness of God is wiser than Men.

Ver. 27. God hath chosen the foolish Things of this World, to confound the Wife.

iii. 9. The Wisdom of this World, is Foolishness with God, for it is written, he taketh the Wise in their own Craftinefs. Job 5. 13.

God's Power.

58. Power ascribed to God. 1 Chron. xxix. 11. Thine, O Lord, is the Greatnefs, and the Power, and the Glory, and the Victory, and the Majefty, for all that is in the Heaven, and in the Earth, is thine, thine, is the Kingdom, O Lord, and thou art exalted as Head above all. Matt. 6. 13. Thine, is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory, for ever.

Ver. 12. In thine Hand, is Power and Might, and in thine Hand, it is to make great, and to give Strength unto all. z Chron. 20. 6. Pf. lxii. 11. Power belongeth unto God.

cxlvii. 5. Great is our Lord, and of great Power, his Understanding is infinite.

See Job 26. 14. and 37. 23. The Thunder of his Power. Pf. 29. 4and 68. 33. His Voice Powerful. Hab. 3. 4. The hiding of his


59. Might. Deut. iii. 24. What God is there in Heaven, or in Earth, that can do according to thy Works, and according to thy Might?

Jer. x. 6.. Thou art Great, and thy Name is great in Might. Dan. ii. 20. Blessed be God, for Wisdom and Might are his. Mighty. Pf. lxxxix. 6. Who among the Sons of the Mighty, can be likened unto the Lord.

Pf. xciii. 4. The Lord on high is mightier than the Voice of maay Waters, yea, than the mighty Waves of the Sea.


Jer. ii. 18. The great, the mighty God, the Lord of Hofts is his Name.

Ver. 19. Great in Counsel, and mighty in Work.

60. Almighty. Gen. xvii. 1. The Lord faid, I am the Almighty God. Rev. 1. 8.

Exod. vi. 3. God appeared to Abraham, by the Name of God Almighty.

Rev. xix. vi. The Lord God omnipotent reigneth.

61. Strength. Job ix. 4. He is wife in Heart, and mighty in Strength, who hath hardened himself against him, and hath profpered? Ch. 36. 5, 19. If I fpeak of Strength, lo, he is strong.

Pf. xii. 13. With him is Wisdom, and Strength, he hath Counsel and Understanding.

Ixxxix. 8. O Lord of Hofts, who is a strong Lord, like unto thee. Pf. xciii. 1. The Lord is cloathed with Strength.

Ifa. xxvi. 4. In the Lord, Jehovah, is everlasting Strength.

I Cor. i. 25. The Weakness of God, is ftronger than Men.

62. Arm. Job xl. 9. Haft thou an Arm like God, or canft thou Thunder with a Voice like him?

Pf. lxxxix. 13. Thou haft a mighty Arm, ftrong is thy Hand, and high is thy right Hand.

63. Hand. Exod. xv. 6. Thy right Hand is glorious in Power. 64. Finger. Exod. viii. 19. The Magicians faid, it is the Finger of God.

xxxi. 18. The Tables were written with the Finger of God. Deut. 9. 10.

Pf. viii. 3. The Heavens are the Work of thy Fingers.

Luke xi. 20. Jefus caft out Devils, with the Finger of God.

65. Rock. Deut. xxxii. 4. He is the Rock, his Work is perfect, all his Ways are Judgment, a God of Truth, and without Iniquity, just and right is he. I Sam. 2. 2.-2 Sam. 22. 32. Pf. 18. 31.

66. Hard. Gen. xviii. 14. Is any Thing too hard for the Lord ? Jer. 32. 17. There is nothing too hard for thee. Ver. 27.

67. Poffible. Matt. xix. 26. With God, all Things are poflible. Mark

10. 27.

Luke i. 37. With God nothing fhall be impoffible.

xviii. 27. Thofe Things that are impoflible with Men, are poffible with God. Zech. 8. 6.

68. Able. Phil. iii. 21. He is able to fubdue all Things to himself. Rom. iv. 21. He was able to perform what he had promised. Eph. iii. 20. Able to do abundantly above all that we afk, or think.

69. God's Power, in bis wonderful Doings. Exod. xv. 11. Who is like unto thee, glorious in Holinefs, fearful in Praifes, doing Wonders ? Deut. iii. 24. What God is there in Heaven, or in Earth, that can do according to thy Works, and according to thy Might? xxxii. 4. He is the Rock, his Work is perfect.

Job v. 9. He doth great Things, and unfearchable, marvellous Things, without Number. Ch. 9. 10.-37. 5. Pf. 72. 18.—86. 10.-118. 23. 136. 4.

Pf. cxi. 1. The Works of his Hands, are Verity and Judgment.


Eccl. iii. 14. Whatfoever God doth fhall be for ever, Nothing can be put to it, nor any Thing taken from it.

Dan. iv. 3. How great are his Signs, and how mighty are his Wonders, his Kingdom is an everlafting Kingdom, and his Dominion from Generation to Generation!

Ver. 35. All the Inhabitants of the Earth, are reputed as Nothing, and he doth according to his Will in the Army of Heaven, and among the Inhabitants of the Earth, and none can ftay his Hand, or lay unto him, what doeft thou. See Job 9. 12. Ifa. 45. 9.

70. The Profperity and Adverfity of Mankind in his Hand Job ii. 10. Shall we receive Good at the Hand of God, and fhall we not receive Evil?

Job v. 18. He maketh fore, and he bindeth up, he woundeth, and his Hands make whole.

xii. 10. In his Hand is the Soul of every living Thing, and the Breath of all Mankind.

xxiii. 13. He is in one Mind, and who can turn him? and what his Soul defireth, even that he doth.

Ver. 14. He performeth the Thing that is appointed for me, and many fuch Things are with him.

Ifa. xlv. 7. I form Light, and I create Darkness, I make Peace, and I create Evil; I the Lord do all thefe Things. Am. 3. 6.

Eccl. ix. 1. The Righteous, and the Wife, and their Works are in the Hand of God.

Dan. v. 23. God in whofe Hand thy Breath is, and whose are all thy Ways. Acts 17. 28,

Jam. iv. 12. He is the one Law-giver, who is able to fave, and to deftroy. See Jer. 18. 6. Ifa. 45. 9. As Clay in the Hand of the Potter, fo are we in his Hand.

71. God's Power, in the Creation of Heaven and Earth. Job xxvi. 13. By his Spirit, he hath garnished the Heavens, his Hand hath formed the crooked Serpent.

Pf. xcv. 5. The Sea is his, he made it, his Hands formed the dry Land.

cii. 25. Of old haft thou laid the Foundations of the Earth, and the Heavens are the Work of thy Hands. Heb. 1. 10.

Ifa. xl. 12. Who hath measured the Waters in the hollow of his Hand, and meted out the Heaven with a Span, and comprehended the Duft of the Earth in a Measure, and weighed the Mountains in Scales, the Hills in a Ballance. Prov. 30. 4.

Ifa. xl. 26. He calleth the Creatures all by Nanies, by the Greatnefs of his Might, for that he is ftrong in Power none faileth.

xlviii. 13. Mine Hand hath laid the Foundation of the Earth, and my right Hand hath spanned out the Heavens.

Ixvi. 2. All these Things, have mine Hands made

Jer. x. 12. He hath made the Earth by his Power, he hath established the World by his Wisdom, he hath stretched out the Heavens by his Difcretion. Ch. 51. 15.

xxvii. 5. I have made the Earth, the Man and the Beast that are up

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on the Ground, by my great Power, and by my out ftretched Arm, and have given it unto whom it seemed meet unto me. Ch. 32. 17.

Rom. i. 20. The invifible Things of God, from the Creation of the World are clearly seen, being understood by the Things that are made, even his eternal Power and God-Head.

72. God's Power, in the Government of the Heavens and the Earth. Job. xxvi. 12. He divideth the Sea by his Power, by his Understanding he fmiteth thro' the proud. See from ver. 5 to 14, and Pf. 74. 13. xxviii. 19. He putteth forth his Hand upon the Rock, and overturneth the Mountains by the Roots.

Pf. lxv. 6. By his Strength he fetteth faft the Mountains.

xcv. 4. In his Hand are the deep Places of the Earth, the Strength of Hills is his.

Ifa. xliii. 16. The Lord maketh a Way in the Sea, and a Path in the mighty Waters.

Ver. 17. He bringeth forth the Chariot and the Horse, the Army and the Power.

1. 2. At my Rebuke I dry up the Sea, and make the Rivers a Wildernefs.

Ver. 3. I clothe the Heavens with Blacknefs, and make Sackcloth their Covering. Nah. 1. 3, 4, 5.

Dan. iv. 35. He doth according to his Will in the Army of Heaven, and among the Inhabitants of the Earth.

Heb. i. 3. Upholding all Things, by the Word of his Power.

73. Acts of bis Power, toward his Church. Exod. vi. 6. I will redeem you, with a ftretched out Arm, and with great Judgments.

Exod. xiii. 3. By Strength of Hand, the Lord brought you out of Egypt. Pf. 136. 12.

xv. 13. Thou haft guided thy People in thy Strength, unto thy holy Habitation.

Ver. 17. Thou wilt plant them in the Mount of thine Inheritance, in the Sanctuary, O Lord, which thine Hands have established.

Num. xiv. 13. Thou broughteft up this People, in thy Might. Deut. iv. 34. Hath God affayed to take a Nation, from the midst of another Nation, by Temptations, by Signs, and by Wonders, and by War, and by a mighty Hand, and by a ftretched out Arm, and by great Terrors, according to all that the Lord thy God did for you in the Land of Egypt. Ch. 5. 15.—7. 19 —26. 8. Jer. 32. 21. Ezek. 20. 5. 6. 22. 28. 42-47. 14. Dan. 9. 15.

vi. 21. The Lord brought us out of Egypt with a mighty Hand. Ch 7. 8. 9.-9. 26.-11. 2.-26. 8.-34. 12.

Neh. i. 10. Thy People thou haft redeemed by thy great Power, and by thy ftrong Hand. Ch. 9. 32. Exod. 32. 11.

Pf. lxxix. 11. Let the Sighing of the Prisoner come before thee, according to the Greatnefs of thy Power.

cvi. 8. He faved them for his Name's Sake, that he might make his mighty Power to be known. Pf. 111. 6.

Ifa. xlix. 26. All Flesh fhall know, that I the Lord, am thy Saviour and thy Redeemer, the mighty one of Jacob. Ch. 60. 16-63. 15. Jer. xx. 11. The Lord is with me a mighty and terrible one, therefore my Perfecutors fhall stumble, and fhall not prevail. Pf. 45. 3.


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