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neither can the number of his mainest for ever; thy throne from 'darkness pavillons round abont years be searched out. generation to generation.
him, dark waters, and thick Ps. ix, 7. But the Lord shall en- Daniel iv, 3, 34. How great are clouds of the skies. dure for ever: he hath prepared his signs! and how mighty are 1 Kings viii, 12. 27. Then spake bis throne for judgment.
his wonders! his kingdom is an Solomon, The LORD said that he
his would dwell in the thick darkPs. xc, 1, 2. LORD, thou hast everlasting kingdom, and
But will God indeed dwell been our dwelling-place in all dominion is from generation to ness. Before the moun
And at the end of on the earth? Behold, the heaven, tains were brought forth, or ever
the days I Nebuchadnezzar lifted and heaven of heavens, cannot thou hadst form-d the earth and up mine eyes unto heaven, and contain thee; how much less this the world, even from everlasting mine understanding returned unto house that I have builded.
me, and I blessed the most High, to everlasting, thou art God.
2 Chron. 11, 6. But who is able and I praised and honoured him to build him an house, seeing the Ps. xciii, 2. Thy throne is estab- that liveth for ever, whose do- heaven, and heaven of heavens, lished of old; thou art from ever- minion is an everlasting dominion, cannot contain bim? who am I lasting
and his kingdom is from genera then, that I should build him an P8. cil, 12, 24-27. But thou, o tion to generation.
house, save only to burn sacrifice LORD, shalt endure for ever, and Dan. vi, 26. I make a decree, before him? thy remembrance unto all gener- That in every dominion of my 2 Chron. vi, 1. Then said Soloations. I said, O my God, take kingdom men tremble and fear mon, The LORD hath said that me not away in the midst of my before the God of Daniel; for he he would dwell in the thick darkdays: thy years are throughout is the living God, and stedfast for all generations. Of old last thou ever, and his kingdom that which laid the foundation of the earth; shall not be destroyed, and his
Job v, 9. Which doeth great and the heavens are the work of dominion shall be even unto the
things and unsearchable; marvelthy hands. They shall perish, end.
lous things without number. but thou shalt endure; yea, all of
Daniel vii, 27. And the kingdom
Job xi, 7-9. Canst thou by them shall waxold like a garment: and dominion, and the greatness searching find out God? canst as a vesture sluult thou change of the kingdom under the whole thon find out the Almighty unto them, and they shall be changed: heaven, Bill be given to the perfection? It is as high as heaBut thou art the same, and thy people of the saints of the most ven; what canst thou do? deeper years shall have no end.
High, whose kingdom is an ever-than hell; what canst thou know? P3. civ, 31. The glory of the lasting kingdom and all dominions The measure thereof is longer Lord shall endure for ever: tho shall serve and obey him.
than the earth, and broader than
the sea. LORD shall rejoice in his works.
Hab. i, 12. Art thou not from P3. cxxxv, 13. Thy name, O LORD, everlasting, O Lord my God, mine
Job xxvi, 14. Lo, these are parts endureth for ever; and thy me- Holy One?
of his ways: but how little a pormorial, O LORD, throughout all
tion is heard of him? but the
Hab. iil, 6. He stood, and meas-thunder of his power who can generations.
ured the eartb: be beheld, and understand? Ps. cxlv. 13. Thy kingdom is drove asunder the nations; aud an everlasting kingdom, and thy the everlasting mountains were great, and we know him not. ...
Job xxxvi, 26. Behold, God is dominion endureth throughout scattered, the perpetual hills did all generations. boir; his ways are everlasting.
Job xxxvii 5, 23. God thunderPs. cxlvi, 10. The LORD shall
eth marvellously with his voice: reign for ever, cren thy God, O
Rom. 1, 20. For the invisible great things doeth he, which we Zivn, unto all generations. Praise things of him from the creation of cannot comprehend. Touching
the world are clearly seen, being the Almighty, we cannot ye the LORD.
find understood by the things that are him out; he is excellent in power, Isa. xxvi, 4. Trust ye in the made, eren bis eternal power and and in judgment, and in plenty of LORD for ever:
for in the LORD Godhead. ...... JEHOV A II is everlasting
justice: he will not alllict. strength.
2 Peter iii, 8. But, beloved. be Ps. xviii, 11. Ho made darkness
not ignorant of this one thing, his secret place; his pavilion 13a. Xll, 4. Who hath wrought that one day is with the Lord as round about him were dark and done it, calling the genera- a thousand years, and a thousand waters and thick clouds of the tions from the beginning? I the years as one day.
skies. LORD, the first, and with the last; I am he.
Rev. 1, 4, 8. John to the seven Ps. Ixxvii, 19. Thy way is in the churches which
are in Isa. xlvill, 12. Hearken unto Grace be unto you, and peace, waters, and ihy footsteps are not
Asia: sea, and thy path in the great me, O Jacob and Israel, my called: from him which is, and which known. I am he; I am the first, I also am
was, and which is to come; and the last.
Ps. xcvil. 2. Clouds and darkfrom the seven Spirits which are Isa. Ivil, 15. For thus saith the before his throne. I am Alpha eousness and judyinent are the
ness are round about him: righthigh and lotty One that inhabiteth and Omega, the beginning and habitation of his throne. eternity, whose name is loly. .. the ending, saith the Lord, which
Isa. Ixiii, 16. Doubtless thou art is, and which wils, and which is Ps. civ, 2, 3. Who coverest thyour Father, though Abraham be to come, the Almighty.
self with light as with a gar
the ignorant of us, and Israel ackuow
ment; who stretchest out ledge us not: thou, O LORD, art HIS INFINITUDE AND
heavens like a curtain; our Father, our Redeemer, thy
layeth the beams of his chambers
INCOMPREHENSIBILITY. name is from everlasting.
in the waters; who maketh the
Erod. fii, 14. .... And he said, clouds his chariot; who walketh Jer. x. 10. But the Lord is the | Thus shalt thou say unto the child upon the wings of the wind. true God he is the living God, and ren of Israel, I AM hath sent Ps. cxlv, 3. Great is the LORD, an everlasting King. me unto you.
and greatly to be praised; and his Lam. V, 19. Thou, O LORD, re- 2 Sam. xxil, 12. And he made greatness is unsearchable.
Eccles. ili, 11. Te hath made | Lord? or who bath been his coun- IIOVAH wag I not known to every thing beautiful in his time: sellor.
them. also he hath set the world in their
Eph. I. 23.
The fulness Deut. iii, 24. O Lord God, thon beart; so that no man can find out of him (Christ] that filleth all in hast begun to shew thy servant the work that God maketh from all.
thy greatness, and thy miglity the beginning to the end.
hand: for what God is there in HIS OMNIPRESENCE.
heaven or in earth that can do Isa. xl, 12-17. Who hath meas
(See under Prerious Ilead.) according to thy works, and acured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted ort heaven
Gen. xvi. 13. And she called the cording to thy might? with the span, and comprehended name of the Lord that spake unto
Deut. xxxii, 39.
Neither the dust of the earth in a measure, her, Thou God seest me: for she
is there any that can deliver out of and weighed the mountains in said, Have I also here looked my hand. scales, and the hills in a balance? after him that seeth me?
2 Sam. xxil, 33. God is my Who hath directed the Spirit of 1 Kings viil, 27. But will God strength and power; and he makthe Lond, or, being his counsellor, indeed dwell on the earth? Be- eth my way perfect. hath taught him? With whom hold, the heaven, and the heaven
1 Chron. XVI, 27. Glory and hontook he counsel, and who in- of heavens, cannot contain thee:
our are in his presence; strength structed him, and' taught him in how much less this house that I and gladness are in his place. the path of judgment, and taught have builded. him knowledge and shewed to him Ps. cxxxix, 1-12. O Lord, thou Lord, is the greatness, and the
1 Chron. xxix, 11, 12. Thine, O the way of understanding? Be- hast searched me, and known me. hold, tlie nations are as a drop of Thou knowest my down-sitting victory, and the majesty: for all
power, and the glory, and the a bucket, and are counted as the and mine up-rising thou under that is in the heaven and in the small dust of the balance: behold, standest my thought afer off. be taketh up the isles as a very Thou compassest my path, and dom. O Lord, and thou art exalted
earth is thine; thine is the kinglittle thing. And Lebanon is not my lying down, and art acquain. as head above all. Both riches sufficient to burn, nor the beasts ted with all my ways. For there and honour come of thee, and thou thereof sufficient for a burnt is not a word in my torgue, but, reigneet over all; and in thine offering. All nations before him lo, O Lord, thou knowest it alto- hand is power and might; and in are as nothing; and they are gether. Thou hast beset me becounted to him less than nothing, hind and before, and laid thine to give strength unto all.
thine hand it is to make great, and and vanity.
band upon me. Such knowledge
is too wonderful for me; it is high, 2 Chron. xx, 6. And said, O LORD Isa, xlv, 7, 11, 15, 19. I form the
I cannot attain unto it. Whither God of our fathers, art not thou liglit, and create darkness; I make shall I go from thy Spirit? or God in heaven? and rulest not peace, and create evil: I the Lord) do all these things. Thus saitli
whither shall I fee from thy pres- thou over all the kingdoms of the
ence? If I ascend up into heaven, heathen? and in thine hand is the Lord, the Holy One of Israel, thou art there; if I make my bed there not power and might, so that and liis Maker. Ask me of :hings in hell, behold, thou art there. If none is able to witlistand thee? to come concerning my sons, and I take the wings of the morning, Concerning the work of my hands and dwell in the uttermost paris
Job ix, 4, 12, 13, 19. He is wise in ommand ye me. Verily thou
art of the sea; Even there shall thy heart, and mighty in stringth: Who a God that hidest thyself, O Gou hand lead mo, and thy right hand hath hardened himself against of Israel, the Sit viour. I have not shall hold me. If I say. Surely bim, and bath prospered? Behold, spoken in secret, in a dark place the darkness shall cover me; even he taketh away, who can binder of the earth:1 saku not unto the the night shall be light about me. him? who will say unto him, What seed of Jacob, Seek ye ine in vain; Yea, the darkness bidetli not from doest thou? If God will not withI the Lorn speak righteousness, I declare things that are right.
thee; but the night shineth as the draw his anger, the proud helpers
day: the darkness and the light do stoop under him. If I speak Isa. lxvi, 1. Thus saith the are both alike to thee.
of strength, lo, he is strong: and if LORD, The heaven is my throne,
of judgment, who shall set me a
Jer. xxiii, 23, 24. Am I a God at and the earth is my footstool: hand, saith the Lord, and not a
time to pleads where is the house that yo build God áfar o? Can any hide him
Job xi, 10. If he cut off, and shut unto me? and where is the place self in secret places that I shall up, or gather together, then who of my rest?
not see him? saith the Lord; do can linder him? Nahum I, 3. ...:
The LORD not I fill heaven and earth? saith Job xii, 14. Behold, he breaketh hath his way in the whirlwind the LORD.
down, and it cannot be built and in the storm, and the clouds
Acts xvii, 27. 28. That they should again; he shutteth up a man, and are the dust of his feet.
scek the Lord, if haply they might there can be no opening. Hab. iil, 3, 10. God came from feel after him, and find him, Job xxv, 2. Dominion and fear Teman, and the Holy One from though he be not far from every are with him; he maketh peace in
For in him we live bis high places. mount Paran. Selah. His glory one of us. covered the beavens, and the and move and have our being....
Job xxvii. 22. For God shall earth was full of his praise. The
cast upon him, and not spare; he mountains saw thee, and they HIS OMNIPOTENCE. would tain tree out of his hand. trembled: the overdowing of the
Gen. xvii, 1. And when Abram Job xxxiii, 13. Why dost thou water passed by: the deep uttered was ninety years old and nine, strive against him? for he giveth his voice, and lined up his hands the Lord appeared to Abram, and not account of any of his maton high.
said unto him, I am the Almighty terg. Rom. xi, 33, 34. () the depth of God: walk before me, and be thou
Job xxxiv, 29. When he giveth the riches both of the wisdom and perfect.
quietness, who then can make knowledge of God! how unsearch- Exod. vi. 3. And I appeared trouble? and when he hideth his able are his judgments, and his unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and tace, who then can behold hiin? ways past finding out! For who unto Jacob, by the name of God whether it be dine against a nahath known tho mind of the 'Amighty; but by my name JE. I tion, or against a inan only.
Job xxxvi, 5. Behold, God 18 and of great power: his under- and among the inhabitants of the mighty, and despiseth not any: he standing is infinite.
earth; and none can stay his hand, is mighty in strength and wisdom.
Eccles. vi, 10. That which hath or say unto him, What doest Job xlii, 2. I know that thou been is named already, and it is thou? canst do every thing, and that no known that it is man: neither may Hab. iii, 4. And his brightthought can be withholden from he contend with him that ness was as the light; he had thee. mightier than he.
horns coming out of his hand: and Ps. xxi, 13. Be thou exalted, Isa. xl, 29. He giveth power to there was the hiding of his Lord, in thine own strength: 80 the faint; and to them that have power. will we sing and praise thy power.no might he increaseth strength. Matth. xix, 26. But Jesus beheld P3. xxvii, 1. The LORD is my
Isa. xlill, 13. Yea, before the day them, and said unto them, wwh light, and my salvation; whom was, I am he; and there is none
men this is impossible; but with shall I fear? the Lord is the that can deliver out of my hand: God all things are possible. strength of my life; of whom shall I will work, and who shali let it?
Luke i, 37. For with God nothI bo afraid?
Isa. xlv, 9. Woe unto him that ing shall be impossible. P3. xxviii, 8. The LORD is their
striveth with his Maker! Let the 1 Cor. I, 25. Because the foolishstrength, and he is the saving potsherd strive with the potsherds ness of God is wiser than men; strength of his anointed. of the earth. Shall the clay say
and the weakness of God is P3. xxix, 1, 4, 11. Give unto the to him that fashioneth it, What stronger than men. LORD, O ye mighty, give unto the makest thon? or thy work, He Eph, iil, 20, 21. Now unto him LORD glory and strength. The hath no hands?
that is able to do exceeding voice of the Lord is powerful; the
Isa. 1, 2. Wherefore, when I abundantly above all that we ask voice of the Lorn is full of majes, came, was there no man? when I or think, according to the power ty; The Lord will give strength called, was there none to answer? that worketh in us, Unto him be unto his people; the Lord will Is my hand shortened at all, that glory in the church by Christ bless his people with peace. it cannot redeem? or have I no Jesus, throughout all ages, world
Ps. xlvi, 7. The Lord of hosts is power to deliver? behold, at my without end. Amen. with us; the God of Jacob is our rebuke I dry up the sea, I make Eph. vi, 10. Finally, my brethren, refuge. Selah.
the rivers a wilderness: their fish be strong in the Lord, and in the Ps. 1, 1. The mighty God, eren stinketh, because there is no power of his might. the Lorn, hatlı spoken, and called water, and dieth for thirst.
Rev. I, 8. I am Alpha and Omega, the earth, from the rising of the Jer. xxxii, 17-19, 27. Ah Lord | the beginning aud the ending, sun unto the going down thereof. God! behold, thou hast made the saith the Lord, which is, and
P3. lxii, 11. God hath spoken heaven and the earth by thy which was, aud which is to come, once; twice have I heard this, that great power and stretched-out the Almighty. power belongeth unto God.
arm, and there is nothing too Rev. xi, 17. Saying, We givo Ps. Ixvi, 3.7. Say unto God, How hard for thee;
Thou shewest thee thanks, O Lord God Alterrible art thout in thy works! loving-kindness unto thousands mighty, which art, and wast
, and through the greatness of thy and recompensest the iniquity of art to come; beciuse thou 'hast power shall thine enemies submit the fathers into the bosom of their taken to thee thy great power, themselves unto thee, He ruleth children after them: The Greatand hast reigned. by his power for ever; his eyes be- the Mighty God, The Lord of
Rev. xix, 6. And I heard as it
Great in hold the nations: let not the rebel- hosts, is his name; lious exalt themselves. Selah, counsel, and mighty in work: (for were the voice of a great multi
thine eyes are open upon all the tude, and as the voice of many Lord Goil, the God of Israel, who every one according to his ways, 13. lxxii, 18. Blessed be the ways of the sons of men; to give waters, and as the voice of mighty
thunderings, saying, Alleluia: for only doeth wondrous things. and according to the fruit of his
the Lord God omnipotent reignPs. Ixxxix, 8, 13, 17, 18. O LORD doings:) Behold, I am the LORD,
eth. God of hosts, who is a strong the God of all flesh: is there any LORD like unto thee? or to thy thing too hard for me?
HIS OMNISCIENCE. faithfulness round about thee? Jer. 1, 44. Behold, he shall come
1 Sam. ii, 3. Talk no more so Thou hast a mighty arm: strong up like'a lion from the swelling of exceeding proudly; let not arrogis thy hand, and high is thy right Jordan unto the habitation of the
ancy come out of your mouth: for hand. For thou art the glory of strong; but I will make thein and by him actions are weighieu.
the LORD is a God of knowledge, their strength; and in thy favour
suddenly run away from her: and our horn shall be exalted.
Job xii, 13, 16. With him is wisthe LORD is our defence; and the Holy One of Israel is our King.
appoint over her? tor who is like dom and strength, he hath counme? and who will appoint me the
sel and understanding. With Ps. xc, 11. Who knoweth the time? and who is that shepherd him is strength and wisdom: the power of thine anger? even ac- that will stand before me?
deceived and tbe deceiver are cording to thy fear, 80 is thy
Ezek. xxii, 14. Can thine heart wrath.
endure, or can thine hands be Job xxi, 22. Shall any teach P3. xciii, 4. The LORD on high strong in the days that I shall God knowledge? seeiug he judg13 mightier than the noise of many deal with thee? I the LORD have eth those that are high. waters, yea, than the mighty spoken it, and will do it.
Job xxvi, 4, 6. To whom hast waves of the sea.
Dan. ii. 20. Daniel answered thou uttered words? and whose PS. CXV, 3. But our God is in the and said, Blessed be the name of spirit came from thee? Hell is heavens: he hath done whatsoever God for ever and ever, for wisdom naked before him, and destruche hath pleased. and might are his.
tion hath no covering. PS. CXXXVI, 4. To him who alone
Dan. iv, 35. And all the inhabla Job xxviii, 24. For he looketh to doeth great wonders: for his tants of the earth are reputed as
the ends of the earth, and seeth mercy endureth for ever.
nothing: and he doeth according under the whole heaven. Ps. cxlvil, 6. Great is our Lord, to his will in the army of heaven, Job xxxiv, 22. There is no dark
ness, nor shadow of death, where SEEN IN HIS FOREKNOWLEDGE and thou shalt think an evil the workers of iniquity may hide
thought. themselves. Gen. xl, 8. And they said unto
Daniel ii, 28, 29, 47. But there is Job xxxvi, 4. For truly my him, We have dreamed a dream, a God in heaven that revealeth words shall not be false: he that and there is no interpreter of it. secrets, and ma eth known to the is perfect in knowledge is with And Joseph said unto them, do king Nebuchadnezzar what shall theo. not interpretations belong to God? be in the latter days. Thy dream,
and the visions of thy head upon Job xxxvii, 16. Dost thou know tell me them, I pray you. the balancings of the clouds, the E.cod. ili, 19. And I am sure that thy bed, are these; (As for thee, wondrous works of him which is the king of Egypt will not let you thy mind 'upon thy bed, what
0 king, thy thoughts came into perfect in knowledge? go, no, not by a mighty hand.
should come to piss hereafter: P3. xxxii, 13, 14. The LORD Deut. xxix, 29. The secret things and he that revealeth secrets looketh from heaven: he behold- belong unto the Lord our God; maketh known to thee what shall eth all the song of men. From but those things which are re- come to pass. The king answered the place of his habitation he vealed belong unto us, and to our unto Daniel, and said, Of a truth looketh upon all the inhabitants children for ever, that we may it is, that your God is a God of of the earth.
do all the words of this law. gods, and a Lord of kings, and a P8. xciv 9 10. He that planted the Job xxiv, 1. Why, sceing times are
revealer of secrets, seeing thou ear, shall he not hear? he that not hidden from the Almighty, couldest reveal this secret. formed the eye, shall he not see? do they that know him not see Matth. X, 26. Fear them not He that chastiseth the heathen, his days?
therefore: for there is nothing shall not he correct? he that
Job xxviii, 11. He bindeth the covered that shall not be rovealed; teacheth man knowledge, shall floods from overflowing, and the and bid, that shall not be known. not he knows thing that is hid bringeth he forth
Matth. xi, 27. All things are deP3. cxxxix, 11, 12. If I to light.
livered unto me of my Father: say, Surely the darkness shall cover Ps. cxxxix, 1, 2. O LORD, thon and no man knoweth the Sun,
but the Father; neither knoweth me; even the night shall be light hast searched me, and known me. about me.
Yea, the darkness Thou knowest my down-sitting any man the Father, save the Son, hideth not from thee; but the and mine up-rising, thou under- and he to whomsvever the son
will reveal him. night shineth as the day: the standest my thought afar off. darkness and the light are bola
Mark xiii, 32. But of that day,
Eccles. xii, 14. For God shall and that hour, knoweth no man, alike to thee.
bring every work into judgment, no, not the angels which are in Prov. xv, 3. The eyes of the with every secret thing, whether heaven, neither the Son, but the Lornare in every place, behold it be good, or whether it be evil. Father. ing the evil and the good.
Isa. xlil, 9. Behold, the former Acts 1,7. And he said unto them, Prov. xxii, 12. The eyes of the things are come to pass, and new It is not for you to know the times Lord preserve knowledge; and things do I declare: before they or the seasons, which the Father he overthroweth the words of the spring forth I tell you of them.
hath put in his own power. transgressor.
Isa. xliv, 7. And who, as I, shall
Rom. ii, 16. In the day when Isa. xl, 14, 28. With whom took call, and shall declare it, and set God shall judgo the secrets of he cours, and who instructed
it in order for me, since I appoint- men by Jesus Christ, according him, and taught him in the path of ed the ancient people? and the to my gospel. judgment, and taught him know things that are coming, and shall 1 Cor. iv, 5. Therefore judge lelge, and shewed to him the way come, let them show unto them. nothing before co time, until tho of understanding. Hast thou not known? hust thou not beard, that
Isa. xlvi, 10. Declaring the end to light the hidden things of dark
Lord come, shu both will bring the everlasting God, the Lord), from the beginning, and from
ness, and will make manifest the the Creator of the enils of the ancient times the things that are earth, fainteth not, neither is not yct done, saying, My counsel shall every man bave praise of
counsels of the hearts; and then weary? there is no searching of shall stand, and I will do all my
God. his understanding.
ploasure. Dan. 11, 22. He revenleth the clared the former things from the Isa. xlviii, 3, 5, I have de
ALSO IN HIS KNOWLEDGE OF
Humas THOUGHTS. deep and secret things: he knoweth what is in the darkness, and beginning, and they went forth the light dwelleth with him. out of my mouth, and I shewed
Gen. xx, 6. And God said unto them; I did them suddenly, and him in a dream, Yea, I know that Acts xv, 18. Known unto God they came to pass. I have even
thou didst this in the integrity of are all his works from the begin from the beginning declared it to thy heart; for I also withheld thee ning of the world,
thee; before it came to pass i from sinning against me: thereforo Rom. xi, 33. O the depth of the shewed it thee: lest thou should suffered I thee not to touch her. riches both of the wisdom and and my graven image, and my shall have brought them into the
est say, Mine idol hath done them; Deut. xxxi, 20. 21. For when I knowledge of God! how unsearch- molten image, hath commanded land which I sware unto their able are his judgments, and his them. Thou bast heard, see all fathers, that floweth with milk ways pasting linding out!
this: and will not ye declare it and honey, and they shall have lleb. iv, 13. Neither is there any I have shewed thee new things eaten, and filled themselves, and creature that is not manifest in from this time, even hidden waxen fat; then will they turn his sight: but all things are naked things, and thou didst not know unto other gods, and serve them, and opened unto the eyes of him thein.
and provoke me, and break my with whom we have to do.
Ezek. Xxxvii, 10. Thus saith covenant. And it shall come to 1 John iii, 20. For if our heart the Lord God, It shall also come pass, when many evils and condemn us, God is greater than to pass that at the same time iroubles are befallen them, that our heart, and knoweth all things. shall things come into thy mind, this song shall testify against them
as a witness; for it shall not bo come, that I will gather all nations 2 Chron. xii, 7. And when the forgotten out of the mouths of and tongues; and they shall come, LORD saw that they humbled their seed; for I know their im and see my glory.
themselves, the word of the LORD agination which they go about,
Jer, xvii, 10. I the LORD search came to Shenaiah, saying, They even now, before I have bronght the heart, I try the reins, even to
have humbled themselves; therethem into the land which I sware. sive every man according to his fore I will not destroy thein, but I
1 Sam. xvi, 7. But the Lord said ways, and according to the fruit will grant them some deliverance; unto Samuel, Look not on his of his doings.
and my wrath shall not be poured countenance, or on the height of
Jer. xx, 12. But, O LORD of hosts,
out upon Jerusalern by the hand his stature; because I have refus-that triest the righteous, and
of Shishak. ed him; for the LORD seeth not as seest the reins and the heart, let
Job xi, 11. For he knoweth vain man seeth; for man looketh on
ine see thy vengeance on them: men: he seeth wickedness also; the outward appearance, but the for unto thee have I opened my will he not then consider it? LORD looketh on the heart. cause.
P8. xiv, 2. The LORD looked 1 Kings vill, 39. Then hear thou
Ezek. xl. 5. And the Spirit of down from heaven upon the chile in heaven thy dwelling place, and the Lord fell upon me, and said dren of men, to see if there were forgive, and do, and give to every unto me, Speak; Thus saith the any that did understand, and seek man according to liis ways, whose Lond. Thus have ye said, O house God. heart thou knowest; (for thou, of Israel: for I know the things Ps. xxxIII, 18. Behold, the eye of eren thou only, knowest ihe hearts that come into your mind, every the LORD is upon them that fear of all the children of men:) one of them.
him, upon them that hope iu his 2 Chron. Vi, 30. Then hear thou
Amos iv, 13. For, lo, he that mercy. from heaven thy dwelling-place, formeth the mountains, and creat- Ps. xxxiv, 15. The eyes of the and forgive, and render unto eth the wind, and declareth unto LORD are upon the righteous, and every man according unto all liis man what is his thought, that his ears are open unto their cry. ways, whose lieart thou kuowest; maketh the morning darkness, (for thou only knowest the hearts and treadeth upon the the biglieth the days of the upright; and
Ps. xxxvii, 18. The LORD know. of the children of men:
places of the earth, The LORD, The their inheritance shall be for ever. Job x, 4. Hast thou eyes of God of hosts, is his name. flesh? or seest thou as man seeth?
Ps. Ixix, 5. O God, thou knowest Matth. vi, 6. But thou, when Ps. vii, 9. Ob let the wickedness thou prayest, enter into thy closet, not hid from thee.
my foolishness; and my sins are of the wicked come to an endl; but and when thou hast shut thy door, establish the just: for the righte- pray to thy Fatber which is in
Ps. Ixxx, 14. Return, we beseech ous God trieth the hearts and secret; and thy Father which thee, O God of hosts: look down reins. seeth in secret shall reward thee from heaven, and behold, and visit
this vine. P3. XI, 4. The LORD is in his holy openly. temple, the Lord's throne is in
Ps. xc, 8. Thou hast set our ini. heaven: his eyes behold, his eye
OF HUMAN CHARACTER. quities before thee, our secret lius try, the children of men.
Gen. vi, 5. And God saw that the
eins in the light of thy counteP3. xix, 14. Let the words of my wickedness of man was great in nance. mouth, and the meditation of my the earth. ......
Prov. xxiv, 12, 17, 18. If thou heart, be acceptable in thy sight, Gen. vil, 1. And the LORD said sayest, Beliold, we kuew it not; O LORD, my strength, and my re-unto Nvali, Come thou, and all thy doth not he that pondereth the deemer.
louse, into the ark: for thee have heart consider iti and he that P3. Xxxviil, 9. Lond, all my de- seen righteous before me in this keepeth thy soul, doth not he sire is before thee; and my groangeneration,
know 19 and shall not he render
to etery man according to his ing is not bid from thee.
Gen. xxii, 12. And he said, Lay works? Rejoice not when thine P3. xliv, 21. Shall not God search not thine hand upon the lad, enemy falleth; and let pot thine this out? for le knoweth the neither do thou any thing unto heart be glad when he stumbleth; secrets of the heart.
him: for now I know that thou | Lest the Lord see it, and it disPs. xciv, 11. The Lond knoweth fearest God, seeing thou hast not please him, and he turn away his the thonghts of man, that they withheld thy son, thine only son, wrath from him.
from me. are vanity.
Isa.Ivil, 18. I have scen his ways, Exod. xxxii, 9. And the LORD and will heal him: I will lead bim P3. cxxxix, 23, 24. Search me, O said unto Moses, I have seen this also, and restore comforts unto God, and know my heart; try me, people, and, behold, it is a still him, and to his mourners. and know my thoughts; And see
necked people. if there be any wicked way in me,
18a, Ixill, 16. Look down from and lead me in the way everlast
Deut. xxxii, 19. And when the heaven, and behold from the habl
LORD saw it, he ahhorred them, tation of thy holiness and of thy ing Prov. xv, 11. IIell and destruc- sons and of his daughters.
because of the provoking of his gl ry: where is thy zeal and thy tion are before the LORD; bow
strength, the sounding of thy much more then the hearts of
2 Sam. vii, 20. And what can bowels and of thy mercies toward the children of men?
David say more unto thee? for me? are they restrained ?
thou, Lord God, knowest thy ser- Jer. xvii, 16. As for me, I have Prov. xvil, 3. The fining pot is vant.
not hastened from being a pastor for silver, and the furnace for
2 Sam. xxil, 29. And the amicted to follow thee: neither have I deFold: but the LORD trieth the people thou wilt save: but thine sired the woeful day; thou know. hearts.
eyes are upon the haughty, that est: that which came out of my Prov. xxi, 2. Every way of a man thou mayest bring them down. lips was right before thee. is right in his own eyes; but the
1 Chron. xvil, 18. What can Jer. xxiv, 6. For I will get LORD pondereth the hearts.
David speak more to thee for the mine eyes upon them for good, Isa. Ixvi, 18. For I know their honour of thy servant? for thou and I will bring them again to works and their thoughts: it shall knowest thy servant.