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IV. A Robbery committed, and Reftitution made both
VIII. The wife Virgins going forth to meet the Bride-
IX. The New Tefiament Ark opened against the De-
XIII. Abraham rejoicing to fee Chrift's Day afar off. John viii. 56.-Your father Abraham rejoiced to fee my day: and he faw it, and was glad.
XIV. Christ, as the Breaker, opening all Paffes to
Micah ii. 13.-The Breaker is come up before them; they have broken up, and have paffed through the gate, and are gone out by it; and their King shall pass before them, and the Lord (or Jehovah) on the head of them. `434 XV. Ethiopia stretching out her hands to God. Pfal. lxviii. 31.-Ethiopia fhall foon stretch out her hands unto God.
XVI. The Kingdom of God within the Soul of Man.
XVII. Gofpel-treafure in Earthen Veffels.
2 Cor. iv. 7.-But we have this treasure in earthen veffels,
XVIII. The Character of a faithful Minifter of Chrift.
XIX. Chrift in the Clouds coming to Judgement.
Matth. xvi. 37.-Then fhall be reward every man according to his works.
XX. The Word of Salvation.
Acts. xiii.16.-To you is the word of this falvation fent. 576 The Believer's Jointure.
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