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23. Blessed. Pf. cxix. 12. Blessed art thou, O Lord, teach me thy Statutes.

Rom. i. 25. The Creator is blessed for evermore. I Tim. 1. 11. The blessed God.

1 Tim. vi. 15. The blessed and only Potentate, the King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.

24. Unchangeable. Mal. iii. 6. I am the Lord, I change not.

Jam. i. 17. With whom is no variableness, neither Shadow of turning

Numb. xxii. 19. God is not a Man that he should Lie, neither the Son of Man, that he should Repent.

25. Present every where. 1 Kings viji. 27. Behold the Heaven and the Heaven of Heavens, cannot contain thee.

Pf. cxxxix. 3. Thou compasseft my Path, and my lying down.

Ver. 7. Whither shall I go from thy Spirit, or whither, shall I flee from thy Presence ?

Ver. 8. If I afcend up into Heaven, thou art there, if I make my Bed in Hell, behold thou art there.

Ver. 9. If I take the Wings of the Morning, and dwell in the ute termost parts of the Sea,

Ver. 10. Even there faall thy Hand lead me, and thy right Hand shall hold me.

Jer. xxiii. 23. Am I a God at Hand, saith the Lord, and not a God afar off.

Ver. 24. Do not I fill Heaven and Earth, faith the Lord.
Eph. i. 23. He filleth all in all.

God's Greatness. 26. God's Greatness. Deut. X. 17. The Lord your God, is God of Gods, and Lord of Lords, a great God, a mighty and a terrible, which regardeth not Persons nor taketh Reward.

xxxii. 3. Ascribe Greatness to our God.
2 Sam. vii. 22. Thou art great, O Lord, and there is none like thee.

1 Kings viii. 42. They hall hear of thy great Name, and of thy strong Hand.

2 Chron. 6. 12. 1 Chron. xvi. 25. Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, he also is to be feared above all Gods. 2 Chron. 2. 5. Exod. 18. 1).

xvii. 21. Thou didst make thyself a Name of Greatness and Terribleness. Deut. 5. 24.

xxix. u. Thine, O Lord, is the Greatness, and the Power, and the Glory

32. The great, the mighty and the terrible God, that keepeth Covenant and Mercy. ch. 4. 14.

Job xxxiii. 12. God is greater than Man. John 1o. v. Greates than all. 1 John 3. 20. Greater than our Heart. ch. 4. 4. Greater than he that is in the World.

xxxvi. 26. God is great, and we know him not.

Pf. lxxvii. 13. Who is so great a God as our God. Tit. 2. 13. Rev. 19. 17

lxxxvi. 10. Thou art great, and doest wonderous Things. xcv. 3.. The Lord is a great God, and a great King above all Gods. xcix. 2. The Lord is great in Zion, and he is high above all People.

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Pf. civ. 1. O Lord, my God, thou art very great, thou art cloathed with Honour and Majesty.

cxlv. 3. Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, his Greatness is unsearchable. Pf. 48. 1-96. 4.

cl. 2. Praise him according to his excellent Greatness.

Jer. xxxii. 18. The great, the mighty God, the Lord of Hofts is his Name. Ifa. 12. 6.

Heb. vi. 13. God could swear by no greater, he sware by himself.

See God's Perfections of Knowledge, Wisdom, Power, Goodness, Mercy, &c. all called Great.

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God is exalted. Chron. xxix. 11. Thou art exalted as Head, above all. Pf. 21. 13.--479.-118. 6. Neh. ix.

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His glorious Name is exalted above all Bleffing and Praise.

Pf. xlvi. 10. I will be exalted among the Heathen, I will be exalted in the Earth.

lvii. 5. Be thou exalted, O God, above the Heavens, let thy Glory be above all the Earth. ver. 11. Pf. 108. 5.

xcvii. 9. Thou art high above all the Earth, thou art exalted far above all Gods.

Ifa. xii. 4. Praise the Lord, call upon his Name, declare his Doings among the People, make known that his Name is exalted.

xxxiii. 5. The Lord is exalted, for he dwelleth on high, he hath filled Zion with Judgment and Righteousness. See Isa. 2. 11. 17.-5. 16.-30. 18.-33. 10-49. 11.

God's Excellency and Majesty. 28. God's Excellency. Job xiii. 11. Shall not his Excellency make you afraid, and his Dread fall upon you ?

xxxvii. 23. The Almighty is excellent in Power, and Judgment. Pf. viii. 1. How excellent in all the Earth is thy Name. ver. 8. Pr. 148. 13

cl. 2. Praise him according to his excellent Greatness. Ifa. 12. 5.

Isa. xxviii. 29. The Lord of Hofts is wonderful in Counsel and excellent in working. See Exod. 15. 7. Deut. 33. 26. Job 37. 4.

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29. God's Majesty. i Chron. xxix. 11. Thine, O Lord, is the Greatness 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.

Job xxxvii. 22. With God is terrible Majefty. Pf. 96. 6.
Pl. xxix. 4. The Voice of the Lord is full of Majesty.
xciï. 1. He is cloathed with Majesty. Pf. 104. 1.

Isa. xxiv. 14. They shall sing for the Majesty of the Lord. Pf. 145. 5. 12. Jude ver. 25. To the only wise God, be Glory and Majesty. See

God's Glory. 30. God is glorious. Exod. xv. 11. Who is like unto thee, glorious in Holiness, fearful in Praises.

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1 Chron. xxix. 1. Thine, O Lord, is the Greatness, and the Power, and the Glory. Matt. 6. 13.

Pf. viii. 1. Thou haft set thy Glory above the Heavens. Pf. 19. r. -97. 6.-1134-148. 13.

Ivii. 5. Let thy Glory be above all the Earth: ver. II. PC. 72. 19. civ. 31. The Glory of the Lord shall endure for ever: cxxxviii. 5. Great is the Glory of the Lord. PC. 145. 5. 11. 12. Ifa. vi. 3. The whole Earth is full of his Glory. He is the God of Glory. Pf. xxix. 3. Acts 7. 2. In his Name. Deut. xxviii. 58. i Chron. 29. 13. Neh. 9. 5. In his Work. Pf. cxi. 3. His Work is honourable and glorious.

In Deliverances of bis People. Isa. Ixiii. 12. 14; He led his People with his glorious Arm.

In the Overthrow of bis Enemies. Exod. xv. 1. He hath triumphed gloriously. Pf. 76. 4.

Ver. 6. Thy right Hand is become glorious in Power.

Pf. xlv. 3. Gird thy Sword, O most Mighty, with thy Glory and thy Majesty. See Ifa. 30. 30. and 2 Theff. 1.9

31. God is glorious in Favours Spiritual and Temporal, conferred on his People, and in the Advancement of Religion among them. Num. xiv These Men have seen my Glory and my Miracles.

Deut. y. 24: The Lord hath shewed us his Glory and his Greatness.

Pf. Ixiii. 2. My Soul thirfteth to see thy Power and thy Glory, as I bave seen thee in thy Sanctuary,

Ixxix. 9. Help us, O God of our Salvation, for the Glory of thy Name.

xc. 16. Let thy Work appear unto thy Servants, and thy Glory unto their Children.

cii. 16. When the Lord shall build up Jerusalem, he shall appear in his Glory. Zech. 2. 5. I will be the Glory in the midst of her.

Ila, xxiv. 23. The Lord shall reign in Jerusalem gloriously. xxxv. 2. They shall see the Glory of the Lord, and the Excellency of our God.,

xl. 5. The Glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all Flesh fhall fee it. ch. 59: 19.

xliii. 7. I have created him, for my Glory.
Iviii. 8. The Glory of the Lord shall be thy Rere-ward.
Ix.. 1. The Glory of the Lord is risen upon thee.

lxii. 2. The Gentiles shall see thy Righteousness, and all Kings thy Glory. ch. 66. 18, 19.

Hab. ii, 14. The Earth shall be filled with the Knowledge of the Glory of the Lord, as the Waters cover the Sea.

Luke ii. 14. Glory to God in the highest, and on Earth, Peace and good-will to Men.

2 Cor. 3. 4. God hath shined into our Hearts, to give the Light of Knowledge of the Glory of God, in the Face of Jesus Christ.

Col. i. 11. Strengthened with all Might, according to his glorious Power, Eph. 3. 16.

1 Pet. iv. 14. The Spirit of Glory and of God, resteth upon you. See Ifa. 33. 21.-46. 13.-Hag. 2: 7. Hence the Gospel, is called the glorious Gospel. 1 Tim. I. II.

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

Rom. v. 2. We rejoice in Hope of the Glory of God. God's Power called bis Glory. Rom. 6. 4. Christ was raised from the Dead by the Glory of the Father.

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

1 Cor. xi. 7. Man is the Image and Glory of God.
Heb. i. 3. Christ is the Brightness of the Father's Glory.

God's Knowledge. 32. God's Knowledge is perfe&ti , 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-
Pl. cxlvii. 5. His Understanding is infinite. See Rom. ii. 33.
Ifai. xl. 28. There is no searching 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 forma ed the Eye ihall he not see?

Ver. 10. He that teacheth Man Knowledge, shall himself not know?

Ifa. xl. 14. With whom took he Counsel, and who instructed him? and taught him in the Path of Judgment, and taught him Knowledge, and shewed him the Way of Underitanding,

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

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

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

Aas 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 manifeft 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. Joseph faid, do not Interpretations belong to God?

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

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

Job xxiv. 1. Times are not hidden from the Almighty. Acts 1.7. · Ifai. xlii. 9. New Things do I declare, before they spring forth, I tell you

of them. xlvi. 9. I am God, and there is none like me Ver. 18. Declaring the End from the Beginning, and from antient Times, the Things that are not yet done. Chap. 483. 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, B

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1 Chron. xxix. tr. Thine, O Lord, is the Greatness, and the Power, and the Glory. Matt. 6. 13.

Pf. viii. 1. Thou haft fet thy Glory above the Heavens. Pf. 19. 1. -97. 6.-113.4.-148. 13.

Ivii. 5. Let thy Glory be above all the Earth. ver. 11. Pf. 72. 19. civ. 31. The Glory of the Lord shall endure for ever... cxxxviii.

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Great is the Glory of the Lord. Pf. 145. 5. 11. 12. Ifa. vi. 3. The whole Earth is full of his Glory. He is the God of Glory. Pf. xxix. 3. Acts 7. 2. In his Name. Deut. xxviii. 58. i Chron. 29. 13. Neh. 9. 5. In bis Work. Pf. cxi. 3. His Work is honourable and glorious.

In Deliverances of bis People. Ifa. lxiii. 12. 14; He led his People with his glorious Arm.

In the Overthrow of bis Enemies. Exod. xv. 1. He hath triumphed gloriously. Pr. 26. 4.

Ver. 6. Thy right Hand is become glorious in Power.

Pf. xlv. 3. Gird thy Sword, O molt Mighty, with thy Glory and thy Majesty. See Ifa. 30. 30. and 2 Theff. 1. 9.

31. God is glorious in Favours Spiritual and Temporal, conferred on his People, and in the Advancement of Religion among them. Num. xiv. 22. These Men have seen my Glory and my

Miracles. Deut. y. 24: The Lord hath shewed us his Glory and his Greatness.

Pf. lxiii. 2. My Soul thirfteth to see thy Power and thy Glory, as I bave seen thee in thy Sanctuary,

Ixxix. 9. Help us, O God of our Salvation, for the Glory of thy Name.

XC. 16. Let thy Work appear unto thy Servants, and thy Glory unto their Children.

cii. 16. When the Lord shall build up, Jerusalem, he shall appear in his Glory. Zech. 2. 5. I will be the Glory in the midst of her.

Ila, xxiv. 23. The Lord shall reign in Jerusalem glorioufly.

xxxv. 2. They shall see the Glory of the Lord, and the Excellency of our God.,

xl. 5. The Glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all Flesh fhall see it. ch 59. 19.

xlii. 7. I have created him, for my Glory.
lviii. 8. The Glory of the Lord shall be thy Rere-ward.
1x.. 1. The Glory of the Lord is risen upon theę.

lxii. 2. The Gentiles shall see thy Righteousness, and all Kings thy Glory. ch. 66. 18, 19. Hab. ii

, 14. The Earth shall be filled with the Knowledge of the Glory of the Lord, as the Waters cover the Sea.

Luke ii. 14. Glory to God in the highest, and on Earth, Peace and good will to Men.

2 Cor. 3. 4. God hath shined into our Hearts, to give the Light of Knowledge of the Glory of God, in the Face of Jesus Christ.

Col. i. 11. Strengthened with all Might, according to his glorious Power. Eph. 3. 16.

1 Pet. iv. 14. The Spirit of Glory and of God, resteth upon you. See Isa. 33. 21.–46. 13.-Hag. 2: 7. Hence the Gospel, is called the glorious Gospel.. 1 Tim. 1. II.

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