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Ezek. xx. 37. I will caufe you to pass under the Rod, and I will bring youinto the Bond of the Covenant.
xxxvi 25. I will fprinkle clean Water upon you.
Ver. 28. And ye fhall be my People, and I will be your xxxvii. 26. I will make a Covenant of Peace with them, it shall be an everlafting Covenant with them, and I will fet my Sanctuary in the midft of them for evermore.
Ver. 27. My Tabernacle fhall be with them, yea I will be their God, and they fhall be my People. Ver. 23, 24. Ch. 34. 24, 25. 31. Hof. ii. 19. I will betroth thee unto me for ever, in Righteoufnefs, in Judgment, and in loving Kindness, and in Mercies.
Ver. 20. I will betroth thee to me in Faithfulness, and thou fhalt know that I am the Lord. Ifa. 54. 5. Thy Maker is thine Huf
New Covenant. Heb. viii. 8. I will make a new Covenant with the House of Ifrael. Jer. 31. 31, 32, 33, 34
xii. 24 Jefus the Mediator of the new Covenant.
147. Anger afcribed to God. Neh. ix. 17. Thou art a God ready to pardon, gracious, flow to Anger, and of great Kindness. See Pf. 103. 8. Joel 2. 13. Nah. i. 3.
148. God's Anger threatened against the Wicked. Numb. xxxii. 14. Ye are rifen up in your Fathers ftead, a Race of finful Men to augment the fierce Anger of the Lord.
Deut. xxix. 19. If one fay, I fhall have Peace, though I walk in the Imagination of mine Heart, to add Drunkenness to Thirft.
Ver. 20. The Lord will not fpare him, but the Anger of the Lord and his Jealoufy, fhall smoke against that Man, and all the Curfes that are written in this Book, fhall lie upon him, and the Lord fhall blot out his Name from under Heaven.
xxxii. 21. They have moved me to Jealousy, they have provoked me to Anger.
Ver. 22. A Fire is kindled in mine Anger, that fhall burn to the lowest Hell, and shall consume the Earth with her increase, and fet on Fire the Foundations of the Mountains.
Job xxi. 17. God diftributeth Sorrows in his Anger. Ch. 9. 13: Pf. vii. 11. God is angry with the Wicked, every Day. Pf. 38. 3. Ixxvi. 7. Who may ftand in thy Sight, when once thou art Angry. Pf. 90. 7. 11. Nah. 1. 6.
lxxviii. 41. They tempted God, they remembered not his Hand. Ver. 49. He caft upon them the Fierceness of his Anger, Wrath, and Indignation.
Ver. 50. He made a way for his Anger, he spared not their Soul from Death. Ifa. 5. 24, 25. See Ifa. 10. 25.-13. 9. 13.-30. 27. 30.
—42. 24, 25.—66. 15. _Jer. 18. 23.-25. 38. 49. 37-51. 44.
2. 1.-3. 43.-4. 11. Ezek. 5. 13.-7. 3.-13. 13.-22. 20.21.
149. God's Wrath threatened against Sinners. Ezra 8. 22. His Power and his Wrath, is against all that forfake him.
Job xx. 23. God fhall caft the Fury of his Wrath, upon the Wicked. Ch. 21. 20. 30. Pf. 78. 49.
Pf. ii. 12. When his Wrath is kindled but a little, bleffed are all they that put their Truft in him. Pf. 90. 7. 9. 11.-162. 10. Prov. xi. 4. Riches profit not in the Day of Wrath. Ezek. 7. 19. Zeph. 1. 1 18.
Job 20. 28.
Ifa. ix. 19. Through the Wrath of the Lord of Hofts, darkened, and the People fhall be as the Fuel of the Fire.
is the Land Jer. 50. 13.
Jer. x. 10. At his Wrath the Earth shall tremble, and shall not be able to abide his Indignation. Hof. 5. 10.
Nah. i. 2. The Lord referveth Wrath for his Enemies.
Rom. i. 18. The Wrath of God is revealed from Heaven, against all Ungodliness and Unrighteoufnefs of Men.
ii. 8. Indignation and Wrath, Tribulation and Anguish, shall be upon every Soul of Man, that doth Evil. Ver. 5. Ch. 4. 15.-9. 22. Eph. ii. 3. We were by Nature Children of Wrath.
v. 6. The Wrath of God cometh upon the Children of Difobedience. Col. 3. 6.
Rev. vi. 16. The Wicked said to the Mountains and Rocks fall on us, and hide us from the Face of him that fitteth on the Throne, and from the Wrath of the Lamb.
Ver. 17. For the great Day of his Wrath is come, and who shall be able to stand? See Rev. 14. 10.16. 19.
150. God is Wroth. Ifa. xlvii. 6. I was wroth with my People, and polluted mine Inheritance.
Ifa. Ixiv. 5. Behold thou art wroth, for we have finned.
Pf. lx. 1. O Lord, thou haft caft us off, thou hast been displeased. Prayers. Pf. vi. 1. O Lord, rebuke me not in thine Anger, neither chaften me in thy hot Displeasure. Pf. 38. 1.
Ifa. lxiv. 9. Be not wroth very fore, O Lord, neither remember Iniquity for ever, behold we are all thy People.
Promifes. Ifa. lvii. 16. I will not contend for ever, neither will I be always wroth, for the Spirit fhould fail before me, and the Souls that I have made.
151. God's Indignation against Sinners. Ifa. lxvi. 14. The Hand of the Lord fhall be known towards his Servants, and his Indignation towards his Enemies. Ch. 30. 30.
Jer, x. 10. At his Wrath, the Earth fhall tremble, and the Nations shall not be able to abide his Indignation. Job 26. 11. The Pillars of Heaven tremble, and are astonished at his Reproof. Ch. 9.6. He fhaketh the Earth out of her Place, and the Pillars thereof tremble. See Nab. 1. 5. 6.8.
Mic. vii. 9. I will bear the Indignation of the Lord, because I have finned against him.
Rom. ii. 8. To thofe that obey Unrighteoufnefs, God will render Indignation and Wrath, Tribulation and Anguifh, upon every Soul of Man that doth Evil.
Heb. x. 27. A fearful looking for of Judgment, and fiery Indignation, which fhall devour the Adversaries.
152. Fury. Lev. xxvi. 27. If ye will walk contrary to me. Ver. 28. Then will I walk contrary to you in Fury.
Job xx. 23. God shall caft the Fury of his Wrath upon the Wicked, and fhall rain it upon him.
Ifa. lix. 18. God will repay Fury to his Adverfaries. Ch. 63. 3.
Jer. iv. 4. Circumcife yourselves to the Lord, and take away the foreskins of your Hearts, left my Fury come forth like Fire and burn, that none can quench it, because of the Evil of your Doings.
Ezek. v. 15 I will execute Judgments on thee in Anger, and in Fury, and in furious Rebukes. Ch. 6. 12.-38. 18. Na. 1. 2. 6. See Ifa. 42. 25. Ezek. 20. 33.-22. 22. 31.
153. Vengeance. Deut. xxxii. 35. To me belongeth Vengeance, and Recompence. Pf. 94. 1. Heb. 10. 30.
Ver. 41. I will render Vengeance to mine Enemies. Ver. 43.
2 Theff. i. 8. The Lord Jefus Christ shall be revealed from Heaven, in flaming Fire, taking Vengeance on them that know not God, and obey not the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
154. God abborreth. Pf. v. 6. The Lord will abhor the bloody Man. x. 3. The covetous Man the Lord abhorreth.
155. Lotheth. Zech. xi. 8. My Soul lothed them.
Prov. xiii. 5. A wicked Man is lothefom.
God defpifeth. Am. v. 21. I hate, I despise your Feast-days. See 1 Sam. 2. 30. Lam. 2. 6.
Thou hateft all the Workers of Iniquity.
156. God hateth. Pf. v. 5.
Pf. 11. 5:
Jer. xliv. 8. Do not the abominable Thing I hate. (viz).Sin.
157. The Lord is, a terrible God. Deut. vii. 21. The Lord your God is among you, a mighty God, and terrible. Jer. 20. 11.
Job xxxvii. 22. With God is terrible Majesty.
Pf. xlvii. 2. The Lord most High is terrible. Pf. 68. 35.-99. 3. Deut. x. 21. He hath done terrible Things. 1 Chron 17, 21. Pf. 65. 5.—66, 3. 5.—105. 22.—145. 6. Ifa. 64. 3. Joel 2.11. 158. Dreadful. Dan. ix. 7. O Lord the great and dreadful God. Heb. x. 31. It is a fearful Thing to fall into the Hands of the living God. See Job 13.11. Ifa, 8.13. Mal. 1. 14.
159. God is jealous for his People. Promifes. Ezek. xxxix. 25. Thus faith the Lord, I will bring again the Captivity of Jacob, and have Mercy upon the whole House of Ifrael, and I will be jealous for my holy Name.
Joel.ii. 18.The Lord will be jealous for his Land, and pity his People. Zech. i. 14. Thus faith the Lord of Hofts, I am jealous for Jerufalem, and for Zion, with a great Jealoufy. Ch. 8. 2.
God's Jealousy in Threats against Sinners. Exod. xx. 5. I the Lord your God am a jealous God, vifiting the Iniquities of the Fathers upon the Children, unto the third and fourth Generation of them that hate me. Ch. 34. 14. Deut. 4. 24—5. 9.-6. 15. Jos. 24. 19.
Num. xxv. 11. Phineas turned away my Wrath, I confumed not the Children of Ifrael, in my Jealoufy.
Deut. xxix. 20. The Anger of the Lord and his Jealoufy, shall sinoke against the Man that promiseth himself Peace in his Wickedness.
Pf. lxxix. 5. Wilt thou be angry for ever, fhall thy Jealoufy burn like a Fire?
Ezek. xvi 38. I will Judge thee, and give thee Blood in Fury and Jealoufy. Ver. 41. 42. Ch. 23. 25.36. 5, 6.-38. 19. Nah. 1. 2. Žeph. 1. 18.-3. 8. The Wicked provoke God to Jealousy. See Deut. 32. 16. Pf. 78. 58.
160. Zeal ascribed to God. Ifa. ix. 7. The Zeal of the Lord of Hofts will perform this (viz.) to exalt Chrift, and promote his Kingdom. xxxvii. 32. The Zeal of the Lord will defend Jerusalem. lix. 17. He was clad with Zeal, as a Cloke. See Ifa. 63. 15. 5. 13.
CHA P. II.
OD created all Things. See the Wisdom of God. Alfo
Prov. xxvi. 10. The great God that formed all Things. Eccl.
Ifa. xliv. 24. I am the Lord that maketh all Things. Jer. 10. 16.
Rev. iv. 11. Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive Glory and Honour, and Power, for thou haft created all Things, and for thy Pleasure they are, and were created.
2. God created the Heavens and the Earth. Gen. i, 1. In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth. Ch. 2. 4. Exod. 20. 11.-31. 17.2 Kings 19. 15 1 Chron. 16. 26. Pf. 96. 5. Ifa 37. 16. Heb. 1. 10.
Neh ix. 6. Thou haft made Heaven, and the Heaven of Heavens, with all their Hofts, the Earth, and all Things that are therein, the Seas and all that is therein, and thou preferveft them all, and the Hoft of Heaven worshippeth thee.
Job ix. 8. He alone fpreadeth out the Heavens, and treadeth upon the Waves of the Sea.
xxxviii. 4. Where waft thou when I laid the Foundations of the Earth?
Ver. 5.. Who hath laid the Measures thereof, or who hath stretched the Line upon it?
Ver. 6. Whereupon are the Foundations thereof faftened, or who laid the Corner: ftone thereof?
Ver. 7. When the Morning Stars fang together, and all the Sons of God fhouted for Joy.
Pf. xxiv. 2. He hath founded the Earth upon the Seas, and established it upon the Floods. Pf. 78. 69.-104. 5.—119. 90. 91.—136. 6. Pf. xxxiii.
Pf. xxxiii. 6. By the Word of the Lord were the Heavens made, and all the Hoft of them, by the Breath of his Mouth.
lxxxix. 11. The Heavens are thine, the Earth alfo is thine, as for the World, and the Fulness thereof, thou haft founded them.
civ. 2. Thou ftretcheft out the Heavens like a Curtain. Job 37. 18. Like a Molten Looking-Glass.
Ifa. xl. 28. He is the Creator of the ends of the Earth.
Ifa. xlii. 5. The Lord created the Heavens and ftretched them out, he fpread forth the Earth, and that which cometh out of it. Ch. 44. 24li. 13. The Lord hath stretched forth the Heavens, and laid the Foundations of the Earth. Ver. 16.
Rev. xiv. 7. Worship him that made Heaven and Earth, and the Sea, and the Fountains of Waters. Acts 14. 15-17. 24. Pf. 146. 6. See Wisdom of God in Creation. See also Power of God in Creation.
3. Gen. i. 3. God faid let there be Light, and there was Light. Pf. 74. 16, 17.
Sun and Moon created. Gen. i. 16. God made two great Lights, the greater Light to rule the Day, and the leffer Light to rule the Night, he made the Stars alfo. Job 38. 12. 19. 24. Pf. 136. 7, 8, 9.
Job ix. 9. Which maketh Arcturus, Orion, and Pleiades, and the Chambers of the South. Ver. 7. Am. 5. 8.
Pf. viii. 3. When I confider the Heavens the Work of thy Fingers, the Moon and the Stars, which thou haft ordained.
Ver. 4. What is Man that thou art mindful of him, and the Son of Man that thou vifiteft him."
xix. 4. In the Heavens hath he fet a Tabernacle for the Sun.
Pf. civ. 19. He hath appointed the Moon for Seafons, and the Sun knoweth his going down. cxlviii. 3. Praife ye him Sun, Moon and Stars, praise him all ye Stars
Ver. 5. For he commanded, and they were created. Ver. 6.
Jer. xxxi: 35. He giveth the Sun for a light by Day, and the Ordinances of the Moon and Stars for a light by Night, which divideth the Sea, when the Waves thereof do roar, the Lord of Hofts is his Name.
4. The Sea. Gen. i. 9. God faid let the Waters under the Heaven be gathered together into one Place, and let the dry Land appear, and it was fo.
Ver. 10. And God called the dry Land Earth, and the gathering together of the Waters called he Seas, and God faw that it was good.
Job xxvi. 10. He hath compaffed the Waters with Bounds, until the Day and Night come to an end.
Xxxviii. 8. Who fhut up the Sea with Doors, when it brake forth as if it had iffued out of the Womb.
Ver. 9. I made the Cloud the Garment thereof, and thick Darkness a fwadling Band for it.
Ver. 10. And brake up for it my decreed Place, and fet Bars and Doors.
Ver. 11. And said hitherto shalt thou come and no farther, and here fhall thy proud Waves be stayed. See Ver. 16. 22. 25. 28.
Pf. xxxiii. 7. He gathereth the Waters of the Sea together as an Heap, and layeth up the Depth in Store-houses.