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Christ's death and burial, Chap. 19 The intent of the scriptures, Ch. 13

Christ's resurrection

20 Paul's salutations

16

Christ appeareth to his disci.

I. CORINTHIANS.

ples

1

21 The wisdom of God

ACTS.

2

Christ the foundation

Matthias chosen

1 Christians are God's temple 3

Peter's sermon

2 Distinctions are from God

The lame healed

3 The incestuous person

Peter and John imprisoned

4 Law forbid brethren

7

Annanias and Sapphira

5 Paul treateth of marriage

Seven deacons chosen

6 Of meats offered to idols

Stephen stoned

7 Paul's zeal to gain converts 9

10

Philip plantenth the church in

Old examples

Samaria

8 Rules for divine worsbip

Saul's conversion

9 Spiritual gifts are diverse 12

10 Charity commended

13

Peter's vision

Peter's defence

11 Of strange tongues

14

Herod killeth James

12 Of Christ's resurrection

15

16

13 Paul commendeth Timothy

Paul preacheth at Antioch

Paul stoned

14

II. CORINTHIANS.

Circumcision disputed 15 Consolation in trouble.

1

Timothy circumcised

16 Paul's success in preaching

2

Paul persecuted

17 The excellency of the gospel .

3

Paul preacheth at Corinth

18 The christian's paradox

Exorcists beaten

19 Paul assured of immortality

5

Eutychus raised to life

20 Exhortations to purity :

Paul goeth to Jerusalem 21 Godly sorrow profitable

7

Paul's defence

22 Liberality extolled

8

Paul imprisoned

23 Bounty praised

9

Paul accused before Felix

24 Paul's spiritual authority

10

Paul appealeth to Cæsar

25 Paul's godly boasting

11

Paul declareth his life and

Paul's wonderful revelations 12

conversion

13

Paul shipwrecked

27

GALATIANS.

A viper fasteneth on Paul's

Of their leaving the gospel

ha

28

Peter reproved

ROMANS.

1

Justification by faith

3

Paul greeteth the Romans

Who are justified

Christ freeth us from the law.

2

Justification by faith

3

The liberty of the gospel

Abraham's faith acceptable

4 Lenity recommended

Sin and death came by Adam.

EPHESIANS.

Dying to sin

6 Of election and adoption

The law not sin

7 Christ our peace

2

Who are free from condemna-

The hidden mystery

3

tion

8 Exhortation to unity

The calling of the Gentiles

9 Exhortation to love

Paul's prayer for Israel

10 The christian armour

All Israel are not cast off 11

PHILIPPIANS.

Holiness and conformity to Paul's prayer to God

God's will enjoined

12 Exhortation to humility

Love the fulfilling of the law. 13 All loss for Christ

How to use christian liberty. 14 General exhortations

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COLOSSIANS.

Of faith and works Chap

Christ's nature and office de- The truly wise

scribed

Chap. 1 Against covetousress

Exhortation to constancy

2 The trial of faith

Household duties

3

I. PETER.

Prayer recommended

4

Spiritual graces from God

I. THESSALONIANS.

Christ the corner stone

History of their conversion 1

Duty of wives and husbands

How the gospel was preached

Of ceasing from sin

to the Thessalonians 2 The duty of elders

Paul s love in sending Timo-

II. PETER.

thy

3 Exhortation to duties

Exhortation to godliness 4 False teachers foretold

Description of Christ's coming.

5

Certainty of judgment

II. THESSALONIANS.

Comfort against persecution 1

I. JOHN.

Of steadfastness in the truth . 2

Christ's

person described

To avoid idleness

3

Christ our advocate

God's great love

I. TIMOTHY.

Paul's charge to Timothy

Try the spirits

The three witnesses

Prayers made for all men 2

II. JOHN.

Of bishops and deacons

An elect lady exhorted

Apostacy foretold

III. JOHN.

Of widows and elders

The gain of godliness

Gaius' piety commended

JUDE.

II. TIMOTHY.

Paul's love to Timothy

Of constancy in the faith

Exhortation to Timothy

2

REVELATION.

All scripture inspired

3 Of the coming of Christ

Qualification of ministers 4 Balaam's doctrine

TITUS.

The key of David

Qualification for ministers 1 The vision of a throne

Christians' duty

2 The book with seven seals

Paul directs what to teach, and The seven seals opened

what not

3 The number of the sealed

PHILEMON.

Seven angels with trumpets

Philemon's faith commended. 1 A star falleth from heaven

HEBREWS,

The book eaten

Christ far above angels . 1 The two witnesses

Obedience due to Christ 2 The red dragon

Christ above Moses

3 of the beast with seven heads

The christian's rest

and ten horns

Of Christ's priesthood

5 The harvest of the world

The danger of apostacy

6 The seven angels with the se-

Melchisedek and Christ

7 ven last plagues

A new covenant

8 Of the vials of wrath

The sacrifices of the law

9 The scarlet whore

Christ's perfect sacrifice 10 The fall of Babylon

The power of faith

11 The Lamb's marriage

Divers exhortations

12) The first resurrection

Obedience to spiritual rulers. 13 The heavenly Jerusalem de-

JAMES.

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What LOFTY FLIGHTS of dewhose account was this blessing

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votional fervour?

What longpromised, or received ?

ings after intimate communion What trait of moral CHARAC- with God are here manifested ? TER is here given? Is it morally

What MIRACLE is here recordgood or evil? Does it belong to a

ed? By whom, and for what purnatural, or to a renewed state?

me pose wrought? In whose name, What advantages or disadvan

and by whose authority? What tages attended it?

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cept, by example, or by infer-
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CORDED? At what period of this paragraph?

time? Has it been fulfilled ?

How? When? What FACTS are here related ?

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of language is here? What invantages or evils attended ?

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tical influence should it have? What corresponding affections does it demand?

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what unusual excellence in one What was its nature and design? and how was it to be observed ?

not pious, is here recorded ? Who were under obligations to

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