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deemed you out of the House of Bond-men, from the Hand of Pharaoh King of Egypt.

9 Know therefore that the Lord thy God, he Is God, the Faitful God, which keepeth Covenant and Mercy with them that Love Him, and keep his Commandments, to a thousand Generation

10 PAnd Repayeth them that Hate him, to their Face, to destroy them: he will not be flack to him that hateth him, he will repay him to his Face.

Ii Thou shalt therefore keep the Commandments and the Statutes, and the Judgments, which I command thee this Day to do them.

12 Wherefore it shall come to pass, if ye hearken to these Judgments, and keep and do them; that the Lord thy God shall keep unto thee the Covenant and the Mercy, which he sware unto thy Fathers.

13 And he will love thee, and bless thee, and multiply thee: he will also bless the Fruit of thy Womb, and the Fruit of thy Land, thy Corn, and thy Wine, and thine Oil, the Increase of thy Kine, and the Flocks of thy. Sheep, in the Land which he fware unto thy Fathers to give thee.

14 Thou shalt be blessed above all People: there shall not be Male or Female barren among you, or among your Cattle.

iS And the Lord will take away from thee all SickNess, and will put none of

p 1(tm ii. I But we are sure that the Judgmvnt of God is according to Truth, against them which commit such Things.

j And rhinkest thou this. O Man, that judged them which do tuch Things, and doest the lame, that thou (halt Escape the Judgment of God?

4 Or Dfspisf-st thou the Riches of his Goodness, and Forbearance, and Long Suffering, not knowing that the Goodness of God Leadsth thee


5 But aftei thy Hardness and ImPenitent Heart, rreal'urest up unto thyself Wrath against ibe Dat of Wrath, and Revelation of the RighTeous Judgment of God;

6 Who will Render to every Mao according to h's Dfeds:

7 To them, who by Patient ConTinuance in wELt-DoiNG, seek sot Glory, and Honour, and ImmortaLs, Eternal Life:

8 But unto them that are contentious and do Not Oust the Truth, but obey Unrighteousness, IndignaTion, and Wrath;

9 Tribulation and Anguish upon every Soul of Man that doeth Evil, of the Jew fust, and also of the Gentile.

to But Glory, Honour, andFeaci to every Man that Woreeth Good, to the Jew Sift, and also to the Gentile.

it For thete is no Respect of Persons with God.

z Tbejs. L 7 The Lord Jesus Hall be Revealed from Heaven with hi* Mighty Angels,

t In Flaming Fire, taking VenGeance oaihem that Enow Not God, and that Obey Not the Gospel of our Lord Jfsus Christ:

9 Who shall be punLQied with a> ▼erlasting Destruction from the Presence of the Lord, and from the Glory of his Power |


the evil Diseases of Ecypt 10 when he (hall come to be Blo

.1 , ,i i ., Iified in his Saints, and to be Ad

upon thee; but will lay them MIRKD in al] thcm that BEUKVE

upon all them that hate thee.

i 7 If thou shalt say in thine Heart, These Nations are

more than I, how can I dispossess them?

18 Thou shalt not be Afraid of them: but shalt well remember what the Lord thy God did unto Pharaoh, and unto all Egypt;

19 The great Temptations which thine Eyes saw, and the Signs, and the Wonders, and the Mighty Hand, and the stretched out Arm, whereby the Lord thy God brought thee out: so shall the Lord thy God do unto all the People of whom thou art afraid.

20 Moreover, the Lord thy God will send the Hornet among them, until they that are left and hide themselves from thee, be destroyed.

21 Thou shall not be affrighted at them: for the Lord thy God is Among you, a Mighty God, and Terrible.

22 And the Lord thy God will put out those Nations before thee by little and little: thou mayest not consume them at once, lest the Beasts of the Field increase upon thee.

24 And he shall deliver their Kings into thine Hand, and thou shalt destroy their Name from under Heaven: there shall no Man be able to stand before thee, until thou have destroyed them.

2j The graven Images of their Gods shall ye burn with Fire: thou shalt not desire the Silver or Gold.that is on them, nor take it unto thee, lest thou be snared therein: for it is an Abomination to the Lord thy God.


1 An Exhortation to Obedience in regard 0/ God's dealing with them.

Ver. 1 A LL the Commandments which I command J\ thee this Day shall ye observe to do, that ye may live, and multiply, and go in and possess the Land which the Lord sw-are unto your Fathers.

2 t And thou shalt remem- < //>. 1TM. if Thus faith the High her all the Way which the and Low o«s that inhabited Em*.Lord thy God led thee these *m> whose Name " Ho"' l DW'Lt

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sortv Years in the Wilderness, »» the High and How Place ; wfch

1""' . , 'him also that is of a Contrite and

to* HUMBLE thee, and tO ♦ „„„,„ Spirit. r0 Revive ihe Spi

\ PROVE thee, to know what Kit of theHuMBLF, and to icvive th*

was in thine Heart, whether Heart of the Contrite Ones

thou wouldest K E E P his ComMandments or no,

Jjmei iv. 10 Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall


I P J/. cxx»ix i O Lord, thou baft Searched roe. and known me. i Thou knowest my down-sitting, and mine up rising, thou undeifiandest my Thought afar off.

1 Thou compaflest my Path, and my lying down, and ait Acquainted with all my Ways.

4 For there is not a Word in mf Tongue, but lo, O Lord, thou Knowest it altogether.

U Search me, O God, and know roy Heatt: Try me, and know my

Thoughts. . .....

i4 And fee if there he any Wicked Way in me, and lead me in the Way Everlasting.

H«*. iv. ii The Word of God is Quick, and Powerful, and (harper than any two-edged Sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of Soll and Spirit and of the Joints andManow, and is a Disckrhlr of the 1 Houghis and Intents of the Heart. .

i) Neither is there any Creature that is not Manifest in his but a'l Things ate Naked, and opened unto the Etes of him with Whom we have To Do.

Tamti i. a My Brethren, count it all Joy when ye fall rato divers TempTations I

I Knowing this, that the Trying of your Faith worketh Patience.

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■f Manna (which thou knewest not, neither did thy Fathers know) that he might make thee know that Man doth not Live by Bread only, but by every % Word Fountains of Waters: and Goo Hall

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Ktv. vii. i« They mall Hunger no moie, neither th'rtt any mote, neither (hull the Sun light on them, nor any Heat.

It For <lie Lamb which is in the miast ot the Throne (hall FEEDih<m, and (hall Lfad them unto Living.

that proceedeth out of the Mouth of the Lord doth Man LivE.

4 Thy Raiment waxed not old upon thee, neither did thy Foot swell these forty Years.

t Jehu vi. 4* Jesus said, I am that Bread of Lut.

4V Tout Fathers did eat Manna in the WiU.eioefs, and are dead.

S* Th s is the Bread which c«Meth down frtm Heavin, mat a Man may eat thereof, ;nd Not Die.

51 1 am the Living Bread, which

came down from Heaven : if any Man at of ilns Bread, be (hall Live far Ever : and the Bread ihat 1 will give, is my Flelh, which 1 will give for the Lite oi the World.

■*;«- ii. 17 lo him that Overcosimu will I jive to' eat of the Hiddh* Manma.

t M*tth. iv. 4 Jesus said unto the Tempter, It is written, Man (hall not live by Bread alone, but by every Word that ptocecdeth out of the Moaili of God.

PI'I cxxxviil. 2 Thou hast magnified thy Word above all thy Name.

"H."». i. 8 The Word is nigh thee, even in thy Mouth, and in thy Heatt: that is the Word of Faith which we preach,

9 That if thou shalt confess with thy Mouth the Lord Jfsus, and (halt Believe in thine Heatt, that God hath raised him from the Dead, thou (halt be Saved

Io For with the Heart Man Bilieveth unto Righteousness, and with, the Mouth Confession is made unto Salvation.

r r For the Sctiptute faith, Whosoever Believetk on him, (hall not be ashamed.

P('l. cxix Ti Thy Word have I hid ifi mine Heart, that I might not sin •gainst thee.

140 Thy Word is very pure, therefore thy Servant loveth it.

161 My Heart slandeth in Awe of thy Word.

Jthn xvii. 11 Holt Father, keep through thine own Name, those whom thou hast given me, that they may be one, as we ate.

14 1 have given them thy Word; and the World hath hated them, because they ate not of the World, even as 1 am not of the Woild.

17 Sanctify them through thy Truth: ihy Word is Truth.

1 Pit. i. 22 See that ye Love one another with a pure Heatt fervently;

2] Being bom again, nor of corruptible Seed, but of incorruptible, by the Word of God, which livcth and abideth for ever

24 For all Fesli is sis Grass, and all the Glory of Man as the Flower of GralV. 1 he Grafs withiieth, and the Flower thereof falleth away:

25 But the Word of the Lord F.ndurkth for Ever. And this is the Word which by the Gospel is preached unto you.

I'Fei. ii. 2 As new-born Babes desire the sincere Milk of the Word, that ye may grow thereby.

Matth. xxiv. 3$ Heaven and Earth shall pass away, but my Word shall not pa's away.

< Hrt. xii. 6 Whom the Lord loveth, he cHAsTNErH, and scouigeth, every Son whom he receiveth.

7 If ye endure chastning, God dealcth with you as wirh Sons: for what Son is he whom the Father


t But if ye be without ChastiseMent, whereof all are Partakers, then are ye Bastards, and not Sons,

9 Futthetmore. we have had Fathers of our Flesh, which corrected us, and we gave them Reverence: (hall not we much rather be in SubJection unto the Father of Spirits, and Live i

10 For they verily for a few Days chastned us after their ownFlealurc; but he for our Profit, that we might be Partakers of his Holiness.

11 Now no Chastning tor the prescnt feemeth to be Joyous, but GrieVous: nevertheless afterward it yieldeth the peaceabe Fruit of RiGHTEoua

5 * Thou shalt also consider in thine Heart, that as a Man chastneth his Son, so the Lord thy God Chastneth thee.

6 Therefore thou shalt keep the Commandments of the Lord thy God, to walk in his Ways, and to fear him.

7 For the Lord thy God bringeth thee into a good Land, a Land of Brooks of Water, of Fountains, and Pepths that spring out of Valleys and Hills,

8 A Land of Wheat, and 3arley, and Yipes, and Fig

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Pftl xciv. Ii Blessed is the Man whom thou Chasthest, Olcrd, and reached him out of thy Lav.

trees, and Pomegranates, a Land of Oyl-olive, and Honey,

9 A Land wherein thou {halt eat Bread without Scarceness, thou shalt not lack any thing in it, a Land whose Stones are Iron, and out of whose Hills thou mayest dig Brass.

'r/i/. ciii. 1 Bliss the Lord, Q my Soul: and all that is within me bless his Holy Name.

10 «When thou hast Eat En, and art full, then thou shalt Bless the Lord thy God, for the good Land which he hath given thee.

11 Beware that thou ForGet not the Lord thy God, in not keeping his ComMandments.

12 Lest when thou hast eaten and art full, and hast built goodly Houses, and dwelt therein;

13 And when thy Herds and thy Flocks multiply, and thy Silver and thy Gold is multiplied, and all that thou hast is multiplied:

14 Then thine Heart be lifted up, and thou forget the Lord thy God (which brought thee forth out of the Land of Egypt, from the House of Bondage;

15 Who led thee through that great and terrible Wilderness, wherein were fiery Serpents, and Scorpions, and Drought, where there was no Water; who brought thee forth Water out of the Rock of Flint.

16 Who fed thee in the Wilderness with Manna, which thy Fathers knew not, that he might humble thee,

that are exercised

2 Bless the Lord, O my Soui, and forget not all his Benefits.

J Who forgiveth all thine InioviIies: who hetleth all thy Disf.asls.

4 Who Redkemeth thy Life from Destruction : who crowneth thee with Loving kindness, aud tender Mercies.

J Who sitisfieth thy Mouth with coon Things: so that thy Youth is renewed the Eagles.

PJal. civ. 14 He cjuscrh the Grafs to grow for the Cattle, and Heib for the Service of Man: rhat he may bring foirh Food out of the Earth:

15 And Wine that makeih glad the Heart of Man, and Oyl to make his Face to shine, and Bread which


27 These wail all upon thee: that thou mayest give them their Meat in due Season.

28 Thar thou givest rhrm, they gather : thou opencst thine Hand, they arc tilled with Good

PJal. xcii. 1 It is a good Thing to give Thanks unto the Lord, and ro ling Praises unto thy Nime, O Must H11.H:

2 To shew forth thyLoviNa KindNess in the Morning, and toy FaithFulness cveiy Night.

I'i~l. cxv. 1 Not unto os, O Lord, not unto us, but unto thy Name give Glory, for thy Mercy, and for thy Truth's Sake.

P!*t cxix. 164 Seven times a Day do I praile thee.

P/i/.cxxxvi. 1 O give Thanks onto the Lord, for he is good: tor his Mercy endureth for ever.

2S Who giveth Food to all Flesh: for his Mercy endureth for ever.

1 Thttj v. ix In every thing give TUANJ.S: for this is the Will of

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