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IV. A Robbery committed, and Reftitution made both
to God aad Man.
VIII. The wise Virgins going forth to meet the Bride-
IX. The New Teliament Ark opened against tlie De-
lage of Divine Wrath.
XIII. Abraham rejoicing to see Christ's Day afar off.
day: and he saw it, and was glad.
Glory, that were impassable.
have broken up. and have passed through the gate, and
them, and the Lord (or Jehovah) on the bead of tbem. 434 XV. Ethiopia stretching out her hands to God. Pfal. Ixviii. 31.-Ethiopia fəall foon stretch out ber hands unto God.
473 XVI. The Kingdom of God within the Soul of Man. Luke xvii. 21.--For behold the kingdom of God is within yoib.
489 XVII. Gospel-treasure in Earthen Vessels. 2 Cor. iv. 7.—But we have this treasure in eartben vessels,
that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not
of rus XVIII. The Character of a faithful Minister of Christ. Col. i. 7.—Epaphras—who is for you a faithful Minister of Christ.
555 XIX. Christ in the Clouds coming to Judgement. Matth. xvi. 37.-Tben fhall be reward every man accord
ing to his works. XX. The Word of Salvation. Acts. xiij 16.—Yo you is the word of this falvation sent.
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