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Prov. xiv. 32. The Righteous hath Hope in his Death, Numb. 23. 10. Let me die the Death of the Righteous, and let my laft End be like his.
Eccl. vii. 1. The Day of his Death is better than the Day of his
Ifa. lvii. 1. The Righteous is taken away from the Evil to come.
Job iii. 17. There the Wicked cease from Troubling, and there the Weary be at Reft.
Ver. 18. There the Prisoners rest together, they hear not the Voice of the Oppreffor.
Pf. Ixxiii. 24. Thou wilt guide me with thy Counsel, and afterward receive me into Glory, Pf. 84. 11. The Lord will give Grace and Glory.
Luke xvi. 22. Lazarus died and was carried by Angels into Abraham's Bofom.
Ver. 25. Now he is comforted.
Luke xxiii. 43. Jefus faid, this Day fhalt thou be with me in Paradife.
1 Cor. iii. 22. Whether Life or Death all are yours, Ver. 23. Christ's.
2 Cor. v. 6. While we are at Home in the Body, we are absent from the Lord.
Ver. 8. We are willing rather to be absent from the Body, and to be prefent with the Lord.
Phil. i. 21. For me to live is Christ, and to die is Gain.
Ver. 23. I have a Defire to depart and to be with Christ, which is far better.
1 Theff. v. 10. Chrift died for us, that whether we wake or fleep, we should live together with him, Rom. 14. 8, 9.
Heb. xii. 23. The Righteous go to the Spirits of just Men made perfect.
Rev. xiv. 13. Bleffed are the Dead which die in the Lord, from henceforth: Yea faith the Spirit, that they may rest from their Labour, and their Works do follow them.
8. Death of the Wicked. Job xxvii. 20. Terrors take hold on him as Waters, a Tempest stealeth him away in the Night.
Ver. 21. The Eaft Wind carrieth him away and he departeth, and as a Storm hurleth him out of his Place.
Ver. 22. For God fhall caft upon him and fhall not fpare.
Ver. 23. Men fhall clap their Hands at him and shall hiss him out of his Place, Jer. 23. 19.
xxxvi. 6. God preferveth not the Life of the Wicked.
Pf. xxxvii. 34. When the Wicked are cut off thou shalt fee it.
xii. 7. The Wicked are overthrown and are not, Ch. 10. 27.
Ifa. xiv. 15. Thou shalt be brought down to Hell, to the Sides of the Pit.
Ezek. xviii 18. He fhall die in his Iniquity, Ch. 33. 8, 9.
Luke xvi. 23. The rich Man died and was buried, and in Hell he lift up his Eyes being in Torment, Pf. 9. 17.
9. The Dead leave all their Poff ions bekind them. Pf. xlix. 10. They leave their Wealth to others, Job i. 21. Eccl. 2. 18.
Ver. 14. Their Beauty fhall confume in the Grave.
Ver. 17. When he dieth he fhall carry Nothing away, his Glory fhall not defcend after him.
Eccl. v. 15. As he came, naked fhall he return, and fhall take Nothing of his Labour, which he may carry away in his Hand.
Ver. 16. In all Points as he came fo fhall he go, Ch. 2. 19. Who knoweth whether he fhall be a wife Man or a Fool that thall be after him?
ix. 5 The Memory of them is forgotten also.
Ver. 6. Alfo, their Love, and their Hatred, and their Envy, is now perifhed, neither have they any more a Portion for ever in any Thing that is done under the Sun.
Job xiv. 21. His Sons come to Honour and he knoweth it not, they are brought low, but he perceiveth it not.
1 Tim. vi. 7. We brought Nothing into this World, and it is certain we can carry Nothing out.
Of the Refurrection from the Dead.
10. That there shall be a Resurrection of the Dead. See Chrift shall raise the Dead. Job xix. 25 I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter Day upon the Earth.
Ver. 26. And though after my Skin Worms deftroy this Body, yet in my Flefh fhall I fee God.
Ver. 27. Whom I fhall fee for myself, and mine Eyes shall behold, and not another, though my Reins be confumed within me, Pf. 49. 15. Pf. xvi. 9. My Flesh shall reft in Hope, Ver. 10. Pf. 68. 20. Acts 2. 26, 27, 28. 31.
Dan. xii. 2. Many of them that fleep in the Duft of the Earth fhall awake, fome to everlasting Life, and fome to everlafting Shame and Contempt, Pf. 17. 15.
Matt. xxii. 30. In the Refurrection they neither marry nor are given in Marriage, but are as the Angels in Heaven.
Ver 31. As touching the Refurrection of the Dead, have ye read, that which was spoken unto you by God, faying,
Ver. 32. I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Ifaac, and the God of Jacob; God is not the God of the Dead, but of the Living, Luke 20. 35, 36.
Luke xiv. 14. Thou shalt be recompenfed at the Refurrection of the
Acts xiv. 2. The Apoftles taught the People, and preached through Jefus the Refurrection from the Dead, Heb. 6. 1, 2.
xxiii. 6. Paul faid, of the Hope of the Refurrection of the Dead I am called in Queflion. Ch. 24. 21.
xxiv. 15. Faul faid, I have Hope toward God, that there shall be Refurrection of the Dead, both of the Juft and Unjuft.
Acs xxvi. 8. Why fhould it be thought a Thing incredible with you, that God fhould raife the Dead.
Rom. iv. 17. God quickeneth the Dead, 2 Cor. 1. 9. God raiseth the Dead.
viii. 11. If the Spirit of him that raised up Jefus from the Dead dwell in you, he that raifed up Chrift from the Dead fhall alfo quicken your mortal Bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you
Ver. 19. The earnest Expectation of the Creature waiteth for the Manifeftation of the Son of God.
Ver. 21. Because the Creature fhall be delivered from the Bondage of Corruption into the glorious Liberty of the Children of God.
Ver. 23. We ourselves who have the Firtt-fruits of the Spirit, we groan within ourselves, waiting for the Adoption, to wit, the Redemption of our Body.
1 Cor. vi. 14. God both raifed up the Lord Jefus, and will also raise up us by his own Power.
XV. xii. How fay fome of you, that there is no Refurrection of the Dead, 2 Tim. 2. 17, 18.
Ver. 13. If there be no Refurrection of the Dead, then is Chrift not rifen.
Ver. 14. And if Chrift be not rifen, then is your preaching vain, and your Faith is alfo vain.
Ver. 20. But now is Chrift rifen from the Dead, and become the Firft-fruits of them that flept.
Ver. 21. Since by Man came Death, by Man came also the Refurrection of the Dead.
Ver. 22. Fer as in Adam all die, even fo in Chrift fhall all be made alive.
Ver. 23. But every Man in his own Order, Chrift the First-fruits, and afterward they that are Chrift's at his Coming. Col. 1. 18.
Ver. 35. Some Men will fay, how are the Dead raised, and with what Bodies do they come?
Ver. 38. God giveth a Body as it pleaseth him.
Ver. 42. So alfo is the Refurrection of the Dead, it is fown in Corruption, it is raised in Incorruption.
Ver. 43. It is fown in Difhonour, it is raised in Glory, it is fown in Weakness, it is raised in Power.
Ver. 44. It is fown a natural Body, it is raifed a fpiritual Body.
Ver. 53. For this Corruptible muft put on Incorruption, and this Mortal must put on Immortality.
Ver. 54 Then fhall be brought to pass the Saying that is written, Death is fwallowed up in Victory. Ifa. 25. 7, 8.-26. 19. Hof. 13.
2 Cor. iv. 14. He that raised up the Lord Jefus fhall raise up us alfo by Jefus, and fhall prefent us with you.
v. 1. We know that if our earthly Houfe of this Tabernacle were diffolved, we have a Building of God, an House not made with Hands, eternal in the Heavens.
Ver. 2. For in this we groan earnestly, defiring to be clothed upon with our Houfe which is from Heaven.
2 Cor. v. 3. If fo be that being clothed we shall not be found naked. Ver. 4. For we that are in this Tabernacle do groan being burdened, not for that we would be unclothed but clothed upon, that Mortality might be swallowed up of Life.
Eph. iv. 30. By the holy Spirit of God ye are fealed unto the Day of Redemption.
1 Theff. iv. 14. If we believe that Jefus died and rofe again, even fo them that fleep in Jefus will God bring with him.
Ver. 15. For this we fay unto you by the Word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the Coming of the Lord, fhall not prevent them which are asleep.
Ver. 16. For the Lord himself shall defcend from Heaven with a Shout, with the Voice of the Archangel and with the Trumpet of God, and the Dead in Chrift fhall rife first.
Ver. 17. Then we which are alive and remain fhall be caught up together with them in the Clouds to meet the Lord in the Air, fo fhall we ever be with the Lord.
Heb. xi. 19. Abraham accounted that God was able to raife Ifaac from the Dead.
Ver. 35. Others were tortured, not accepting Deliverance, that they might obtain a better Resurrection.
Rev. xx. 6. Bleffed and holy is he that hath Part in the first Refur rection, on fuch the fecond Death hath no Power, but they fhall be Priefts of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand Years.
Ver. 13. The Sea gave up the Dead which were in it, Isa. 26. 19. See Chrift hall change the Bodies of Mankind
Of a Future Judgment.
Fa future Judgment, and its Consequences. A&s xxiv. 25. Paul
'O reafoned of Righteoufnefs, Temperance, and Judgment to
come, Fœlix trembled.
Heb, vi. 1. Let us go on toward Perfection.
Ver. 2. Not laying again the Foundation of the Resurrection of the Dead and of eternal Judgment.
ix. 27. It is appointed unto all Men once to die, but after this the Judgment.
2. God is fudge. See Chrift fhall judge the World. Pf. 1. 6. God is Judge-The Judge of all the Earth. Gen. 18. 25.
xcvi. 13. He cometh to judge the Earth, He fhall judge the World with Righteousness, and the People with his Truth, Ver. 10. Pf. 58. 11.-98.8.
Acts xvii. 31. He hath appointed a Day wherein he will judge the World in Righteoufnets.
Rom. ii. 2. The Judgment of God is according to Truth, Ch 3.5
Rom. ii. 12. As many as have finned in the Law fhall be judged by the Law.
Ver. 16. In the Day when God fhall judge the Secrets of Men by Je
1 Cor. iv. 4. He that judgeth me is the Lord.
Rev. xx. 11. Ifaw a great white Throne, and him that fat on it, from whofe Face the Earth and the Heaven fled away, and there was found no Place for them.
Ver. 12. And I faw the Dead, finall and great, ftand before God, and the Books were opened; and another Book was opened which is the Book of Life: And the Dead were judged out of thofe Things which were written in the Books according to their Works.
3. The Perfons and Thins that fhall be judged. Eccl. iii. 17. God fhall judge the Righteous and the Wicked.
xi. 9. Rejoice, O young Man, in thy Youth, and let thy Heart cheer thee in the Days of thy Youth, and walk in the Ways of thine Heart, and in the Sight of thine Eyes, but know that, for all thefe Things God. will bring thee into Judgment.
xii. 14. God will bring every Work into Judgment, with every fecret Thing whether it be Good or whether it be Evil. Rom. 2. 16. God fhall judge the Secrets of Men.
Matt. xii. 36. Every idle Word that Men shall speak, they shall give. Account thereof in the Day of Judgment. Ver. 37.
Rom. xiv. 12. Every one fhall give Account of himself to God.
1 Cor. iii. 14. Every Man's Work fhall be made manifest.
Heb. xlii. 17. Minifters Watch for your Souls as they that must give Account.
I Pet. iv. 4. They that run to excefs of Riot,
Ver. 5. Shall give account to him that is ready to judge the Quick and the Dead,
Ver. 17. Judgment muft begin at the Houfe of God.
4. When the Day of Judgment shall be. Mark xiii. 24. The Sun fhall be darkened, and the Moon fhall not give her Light.
Ver. 25. And the Stars of Heaven fhall fall, and the Powers that are in Heaven fhall be fhaken.
Ver. 26. And then shall they fee the Son of Man coming in the Clouds with great Power and Glory.or
Ver. 32. But of that Day and Hour knoweth no Man, no, not the Angels which are in Heaven, neither the Son but the father. Matt. 24. 29. to 44.
Theff. v. 2. The Day of the Lord fo cometh as a Thief in the Night. 2 Pet. 3. 10.
2 Theff. ii. 3. That Day fhall not come, except there come a failing away firft, and that Man of Sin revealed, the Son of Perdition. Ver. 8. Whom the Lord fhall confume, &c.
5. Ufes to be made of the Doctrine of a future Judgment, and its Confequences; for encouraging Stedfaftness and Perfeverance in fundry Graces and Duties of the Christian Life. Luke xxi. 34. Take Heed to yourselves, left at any time your Hearts be over-charged with Surfeiting and Drunkennefs and the Cares of this Life, and fo that Day come upon you unawares, Compare 1 Pet. 4. 45.