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6 d Keep therefore and 'ps*'- «>• < He bath (hewed hit Do Them, for this is your l^t'^?"*TM X" rk$' 'h"t

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Wisdom and your Under- the Henhen.

standing in the Sight of the 'Tt>e Woiks of his Hands are

Nations, which (hall hear all ^^ L"edKT» ^ tec

theseSTATUTESandfa),Sure- 9 He sent R-demptiov nmo his

ly this great Nation is a WISE p«>ple, he hath commanded his Co

■ j/i j_n .. Tenant forever: Holt and Reverend

and understanding People. is his Name.'

10 The Fear of the Lord is the Beginning of Wisdom: a good Understanding have all they rhat Do h:s Commandments: his Praise Emjlxeth for FV1R.

Jtk xxviii. 21 And unto Mao he said. Behold, the Ffar cf the Lord, th.it is Wisdom, and to Uu'art irom Evil Is Understanding.

7 « For what Nation is .' '"""'• «'» « The Lord is zra

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there so great, who hath „ ABg(,, „, rfMIAI'Mlw;.

God so NIGH unto them, r.S g The Lord Is good to all : and

the Lord our God is in all hi;s tcndc< Merols ate ov« all his Things that we Call upon °, TheLoRDi. Nigh unto all rhem

him for? that Call upon him, to all that Call

upon him in Truth.

19 He will fulfil ihe Dpsur of them that Fear him, he also will hear their Cry, and will Save them

20 The Lord Priserveth all them that Love him: but all the Wicked will be Destroy.

21 My Mouth shall speak the Pra'se of the Lord: and let all Fleslj Less his Holy Name for e*er ;uid c-cr

7'*i xiv 2) |tsus said It a Ma.i Love Me. he will Keep my Wo ds: and my Fathir will Love Him, and we will come unto h m, and make our ABode with him.

24 Hethat loveth me not. keere'h not my Savings: and the Word which you hear, is not mine, but the Father's which lent me.

Is*. Ivii. 15 Thus faith the High aud lotTY One that inhabiteth Eternity, whose Name is Holy, I Dwhl in the High and Holy PiACt ; w th him also that is of a Contrite and Humble SpiRtr. to Revive the Spirit of the Humble, and to revive the Heart of the Contrite Ones

Pl*l. xxxiv 18 The Lord is Nigh unto them that are of a bioken Heatt; and Saveth such as be of a Contrite Spirit.

8 f And what Nation is ''Mxii 7 The Law of the Lord rrwrp so cms th-ir hath is P,e,fest ""oNVERTiNr. ihe Soul: rhe

tnere 10 great, mat nam Tcstimony of lheLoRD is(ute> ma_ Statutes and Judgments king wife the Simple

so RIGHTEOUS, as all this '' The Statutes of the Lord arc T L- L T /• » L c "got, R E 10YCINO the Heart: the

Law which I set before you Commandment of the Lord is pu,ii

this Day? En Lightning the Eye*.

9 The Fear of the Lord is clean, Enduring sot ever; the Judgments of the Lord are True and Righteous altogether,

o Only

. 9 e Only take heed to thyself, and Keep thy Soul DiLigently, lest thou ForG'et the Things which thine Eyes have seen, and lest they DEPARTt from thy Heart all the Days of thy Life: but teach them thy Sons, and thy Sons Sons:

10 Specially the Day that thou stoodest before theLoRD thy God in Ilortb, when the Lord said unto me, Gather me the People together, and I will make them hear my Words, that they may learn to Fear me all the Days that they shall Live upon the Earth, and that they may Teach their Children.

11 And ye came near and stood under the Mountain, and the Mountain Burnt with Fire unto the midst of Heaven, with Dar Knes S, Clouds, and Thick DarkNess.

* Prrv. iii. 1 My Son, forget not my Law; but let thine Heart Kkr» my Commandments:

2 For length of Days, and long Life, and Peace shall they add tot thee.

3 Let not Merry and Truth forsake thee: bind them about thy Neck, write them upon the Table of thine Heart.

4 So lhalt thou find Favour and good Understanding in the fight of God and Man.

Prtv. vi. 20 My Son, keea thy Father's Commandment, and forsake not the Law of thy Mother.

11 Bind them continually upon thine Heart, and tie them about thy Neck.

21 When thou goest, it (hall lead thee; when thou steepest, it (hall keep thee; and when thou awakcst, it Shall talk with thee.

23 For the Commandment is a Lamp, and the Law is Light; and Re, roots of Instruction ate the war of Life.

P/W. cxix. 10J Thy Word is a Lamp unto my Feet, and a Light unto my Path.

106 I have sworn, and I will perform it, that I will Keep thy RighteOus Judgments.

PyW xxxvii. j11 The Law of his God is in his Heart, none of his Stevs (hall Slide.

12 And the Lord spake

unto you out of the midst of the Fire: ye heard the Voice of the Words, but saw no Similitude, only ye heard a Voice.

13 And he declared unto you his Covenant, which he commanded you to perform, even ten Commandments, and he wrote them upon two Tables of Stone.

14 And the Lord commanded me at that Time, to teach you Statutes and Judgments, that ye might do them in tlie Land whither ye go over to possess it.

15 Take ye therefore good heed unto yourselves (for ye saw No manner of Similitude on the Day that the Lord spake unto you in Horeb, out os the Midst of the Fire.)

16 Lest ye corrupt yourselves, and make you a graven Image, the Similitude of any Figure, the Likeness of Male or Female.

19 h And lest thou lift up thine Eyes unto Heaven, and when thou seest the Sun, and the Moon, and the Stars, even all the Host of Heaven, fhouldst be driven to worship them, and serve

* J'k xxxt. 2« If 1 beheld the Sun when it shined, ot the Moos waJkiag in Brightness:

17 And my Heart hath been secretly enticed, ot my Mouth hark killed my Hand:

it This also were an Iniquity to be Punished by the Judge; for I should have Des Ilu the God thai

them, which the Lord thy God hath divided unto all Nations under the whole Heaven.

*o I But the Lord hath 1 Jttm ii;_ I6 GoD so lovao the

taken you, and brought you World, that he Gave his Only brgot

forth out of the Iron Fur- ;e» fan. tb« whosoever •«""£■

,. .. in him. should Not Hush but hare

Nace, even out of Egypt, EVQll.„T,SG Life.

17 For God sent not his Son into the World, to condemn the World, but that the Would through him might be Savtd.

E be[. ii. 4 God who is itrh in Mercy, for his great Love wheiewiih he loved ot,

j Even when we were Dead in Sins, bath Qu icR H E D Us together with Christ, (by Grace ye are Saved. )

Hi*, iii. t Wherefore, holy Bre

to be unto him a People of Inheritance.

Si Furthermore, the Lord was angry with me for your Sakes.

22 But J Must Die in this Land, but ye shall go over and possess that good Land.

23 Take heed unto yourselves, lest ye Forget the *«■• TTMkk"i°[ihea,"vnXCi'

_' r L. T line consider the Apostle, and High

Covenant of the Lord your pri|st of 0Uf Plofeslion, Christ JtGod, which he made with sus.

z Who was Faithful to him that appointed him, as also Motes was Faithful in all his House.

j For this Man was counted worthy of more Glory than Moses, in as much as he who hath builded the House, bath mote Honour than the House.

14 For we are made Paitakeis of Christ, if we hold the Beginning of our Confidence Stedfast unto the End;

15 While it is said, To-day if ye will Hear his Voice, Harden not yout Hearts, as in the Provocation.

Htt. ii 1 Therefore we ought to jive the mote earnest heed to the Things which we have heard, lest at any time we should let them flip.

i For if the Word spoken by Angels was stedfast, and every Transgression and Disobedience received a just Recompcnce of Reward;

I How shall we Escape if we neglect so Great Salvation, which at rhe first began to be spoken by the Lord, and was confirmed unto us by them that heard him

T4 Foralmuch then as the Children are Fattakers of Fleih and Blood, he also himlelf likewise took part of the same: that through Death he might destroy him that had the Power of Death, that is, the Devil;

n And Deliver them who through Fear, of Death weie all their Lifetime subject to Bondage.

you, and make you a graven
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3 Our God shall come, and shall not keep Silence: a Fire shall devour befoie him, and it slr.ilI be very tempestuous 1 (Mind about him.

4 He (lull Call to the Heavens from above, and to the Earth, that he may Judge his People.

6 And the Heavens shall Declare his Righteousness : for God is Judge himielf.

shall lead you.

28 And there ye stall serve Gods, the Work of Mens Hands, Wood and Stone, which neither fee, nor hear, nor eat, nor smell.

29 m But if from thence thou shalt Seek the Lord thy God, thou shalt Find him, if thou seek him with All thy Heart, and with All thy Soul.

30 When thou art in Tri

• r Clinn. xxviii. 9 And thou SoLomon my Son, Know thou the God of thy Father, and Skrte him with a Perfect Heart, and wuh a Willino Mind : for the Lord SsasCiifth All Hearts, and undeistandeth All the Imaginations of the Thoughts: if thou Seek him, he will be Found of thee; but if thou Forsake him, he

oulation, and all the se Things will Cast thee oft For Ever.

.1 Hri. xi. 6 Wirhout Faith it is im

are come upon thee, even in possibIe to flMl GoD. for he |h>t the Latter Days, if thou Comet* to God, must tuuvt th«

H h TURN

TURN to the LORD thvGoD, he is, and that he is a Rewarde*

and (halt be obedient unto his °^hem th" D,ll0E*Tllf 5EE* Voice.

31 (For the Lord thy God is a Merciful God) he will not Forsake thee, neither destroy thee, nor forget the Covenant of thy Fathers which he sv/are unto them.

3* n For aslc now of the »rfd ixiv , Qh that thou wouldst

Days that are past, which Rent the Heavens, that thou wouldst

were hesore thee since the COME """' thxt the Mountlln* were Deiore met, nncc me f fiow down at thy Prelencei

Day that God created Man 2 As when the meiri«gFiREhirn

UpOIl the Earth, and ask from eth, the Firf causeth the Waters ^.is I-j r u .to bovl, to make thy Name known

the one fide of Heaven unto t0 ,"„■„,'Adver,aii«, that the Na

the Other, whether there hath t10ns may Tremble at thy Presence.

been any such thing as this Great Thing is, or hath been Heard like it.

33 Did ever People Hear the Voice of God speaking out of the midst os the Fire, as thou hast heard, and Live?

3 When thou didst Tkrriblethhio^ which we Looked not for, thou CaMest Down, the Mountains Flowed down at thy Presence

4 Fot since the Beginning of the World Men have not heard notpr»Ckived ty the Ear, neither hath the Eve Seen, O God, besides thee, wh»i heh'th Prepared fot mit that WaitEth sot him.

Kilns, i. i Blessed be the God an*

3+ Or hath GoD assayed Father of out Lord Jesus Christ,

to (to and tike him a Na- who hath blessed Us with all Spimtual to go ami taice mm a I>a Bus$ni01 in H,AVgiay PlACts 1D

TION from the midlt Ot an- Christ.

Other Nation, bv TEMPTA- 4 Acco-d<ng as he hath Chosen ns ■ c 1 L in him, before the Foundation Ct

Tions, by Signs, and by ;jenWo;iD, ,hat we should he holy, Wonders, and by War, a„d without Blame beioie him in and by a Mighty Hand, and by a stretched out Arm, and by great Terrors, according to all that the Loxd your God did for you in Egypt before your Eyes?

35 Unto thee it was shewed, that thou mightest know that the Lord he is God; there is none else besides him.

36 Out of Heaven he made thee to hear his Voice, that he might instruct tlicc, and upon Earth he shewed

thee liis great Fire, and thou

Love.

{ Having predestinate! us unto the Adoption of Children by Jesus Christ to himself, according to the good Pleasure of his Will.

6 To the Traile of the Glory of his Grace wheiein he hath made ut accepted in the Beloved:

7 In whom we have Redemption through his BiooD, iheFpRctvsxsss Of Sins, according te the Riches of his Graces

8 Wherein he hath abounded to* waids us in all Wisdom, and Pfur deiue,

9.Having made known pnto usthe Mvstert ot his Will, according to his good Pleasure, which he tuttt purposed in himself.

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