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Luke xxiv. 34. He appeared to Simon. XLV. That he should sit at God's right
John xxi. 1. To the disciples, at the hand. Ps. ex. 1. The Lord said unto my sea of Tiberias.
Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I Matt. xxviii. 16. To the eleven, on a make thine enemies thy footstool. Matt. mountain in Galilee.
xxii. 44. Acts i. 3. To the apostles he shewed cxviii. 22. The stone which the builders himself alive after his passion, by many refused, &c. infallible proofs; being seen of them forty Acts vii. 55, 56. Stephen, full of the days, and speaking of the things pertain- Holy Ghost, looked up steadfastly into ing to the kingdom of God.
heaven, and saw the glory of God, and 1 Cor. xv. 6. He was seen of above five Jesus standing on the right hand of God; hundred brethren at once.
and said, Behold, I see the heavens open. Acts x. 40. Him God raised up the ed, and the Son of man standing on the third day, and shewed him openly unto right hand of God. witnesses chosen before of God; even to us, who eat and drink with him after he XLVI. The Holy Ghost promised. Isa. rose from the dead.
xliv. 3. I will pour out my Spirit upon ii. 24. This Jesus hath God raised up, thy seed, and my blessing upon thine offwhereof we all are witnesses.
spring. 1 Cor. xv. 14. If Christ be not risen, Joel ii. 28. I will pour out my Spirit then is our preaching vain, and your faith upon all flesh. Acts ii. 17. is also vain.
XLVII. Also promised by Christ. Luke XLIII. He was raised by the power of xxiv. 49. Behold, I send the promise of God. Rom. vi. 4. Christ was raised from my Father upon you; but tarry ye in the the dead by the glory of the Father. city of Jerusalem until ye be endued with
Heb. xiii. 20. The God of peace brought power from on high. Acts i. 4. again from the dead our Lord Jesus John xiv. 16. I will pray the Father, Christ.
and he shall give you another Comforter, Rom. i. 4. He was declared to be the that he may abide with you for ever.Son of God with power, by the resurrec. Ver. 26. He shall teach you all things, tion from the dead.
and bring all things to your remem. 1 Cor. xv. 20. He is the first-fruits of brance, whatsoever I have said unto you. them that slept.
xv. 26, 27. He shall testify of me: And Rev. i. 5. The first-begotten from the ye also shall bear witness, because ye have dead. See Acts iji. 15. 26.- iv. 10. 33. been with me from the beginning. -v. 30.-xiii. 30. 33, 34.xvii. 3. Rom. Acts i. 5. Ye shall be baptized with the iv. 24, 25.-vii. 4.-viii. 11. 1 Cor. vi. 14. Holy Ghost not many days hence. -xv. 14—18. Eph. i. 20. Col. ii. 12. 1 Matt. iii. 11. John said of Christ, He Thess. i. 10. 2 Tim. ii. 8. 1 Pet. i. 21.
shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost
and with fire. XLIV. Concerning Christ's ascension. Fulfilled. Acts ii. 4. They were all Ps. xvi. 12. Thou wilt shew me the path filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to of life.
speak with other tongues as the Spirit lxviii. 18. Thou hast ascended on high; gave them utterance.-Ver. 16. Peter thou hast led captivity captive; thou hast said, This is that which was spoken of received gifts for men. Ps. xxiv. 7. by the prophet Joel.
John vi. 62. What and if ye shall see Ver. 33. Jesus, being by the right hand the Son of man ascend up, where he was of God exalted, and having received of the before. Ch. xiv. 12.
Father the promise of the Holy Ghost, he John xx. 17. Jesus said, I ascend unto hath shed forth this, which ye now see my Father and your Father, to my God and hear. and
Fulfilled. Luke xxiv. 51. It came to XLVIII. Other prophecies uttered by pass while he blessed them, that he was Christ. The persecutions of Christians. parted from them, and carried up into Matt. x. 22. Ye shall be hated of all men heaven. Mark xvi. 19.
for my sake. Ver. 16. Mark xiii. 13. Acts i. 9. While they beheld he was Luke xxi. 17.-8. 3. taken up; and a cloud received him out xxiv. 9. Then shall they deliver you of their sight.
up to be afflicted, and shall kill you.
Ch. I. 17. John xvi. 2. Matt. xxiii. 34. Matt. i. 18. Christ's miraculous con. -v. 11.-X. 23. John xv. 20.
ception and birth foretold by an angel. Fulfilled. Acts vi. 12. They stoned Ver. 20. Stephen. Ch. vii. 59.
Luke ii. 11. 15. Christ's birth pubviii. 1. At that time there was a great lished by an angel, to shepherds; who, persecution.
thereby finding him, glorified God. Ver. ix. 1. Saul persecuted them. Ch. xxii. 10. 7, 8.-xxvi. 14, 15.
Matt. ii. 2. An extraordinary star apxxvi. 9. I verily thought with myself pears, and guides the wise men to where that I ought to do many things against Christ was: they worship him. the name of Jesus. Ver. 11. Ch. xxii. 14. Luke ïi. 25. Simeon and Anna are di.
Acts xxviii. 22. As concerning this rected by the Spirit to acknowledge sect, we know that everywhere it is Christ, and speak of him. Ver. 60. spoken against.
LI. Miraculous cures performed by
Christ, and the effects thereof. Matt. iv. MIRACLES OF CHRIST. 23. Jesus went about all Galilee, teach
ing in their synagogues, and preaching XLIX. The evidence of miracles ap. the gospel of the kingdom, and healing pealed to as a foundation of faith in Christ. all manner of sickness, and all manner of Matt. xi. 5. "To determine John the Bap- disease, among the people.- Ver. 24. And tist's faith, Christ only sends him an ac- they brought unto him all sick people count of his miracles and ministry. that were taken with divers diseases and
John v. 36. The works that I do bear torments, and those which were possessed witness of me that the Father hath sent with devils, and those which were lunatic, me. Ch. ix. 4.-X. 25.
and those which had the palsy; and he x. 37, 38. If I do not the works of my healed them. Father, believe me not. Though ye be- The effects thereof : Ver. 24, 25. His lieve not me, believe the works; that ye fame spread abroad; and there followed may know and believe that the Father is him grcat multitudes. in me, and I in him. Ch. xiv. 11.
xi. 5. The blind receive their sight, xv. 24. If I had not done among them the lame walk, the deaf hear, the dead the works which none other man did, they are raised up. Isa. xxxv. 6. had not had sin. Ch. v. 50. Except ye xv. 30. Great multitudes came unto see signs and wonders, ye will not be him, having with them those that were lieve.
lame, blind, dumb, maimed, and many xx.30,31. Many other signs did Jesus, others, and he healed them. Effect : which are not written : But these are writ- Ver. 31. They wondered, and glorified ten, that ye might believe that Jesus is the God. Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name. LII. Derils cast out by Christ. Matt.
xi. 37. Though he had done so many viii. 16. He cast out the spirits with his miracles, some believed not.
word. (Mark i. 32, 33. Luke iv. 40.) Matt. xi. 20. He began to upbraid the Ver. 28. Out of two men he cast decities wherein most of his mighty works vils, who enter into the swine. Ver. 31. were done, because they repented not. Mark v. 1. 8. 15. Luke viii. 26. 29. Acts ii. 22. Jesus approved of God by Effect: The people were taken with great miracles, and wonders, and signs, which fear. God did by him.
ix. 32. He casts a devil out of a dumb
man, who then spake. Effect: The peo. L. New Testament miracles, a founda- ple marvelled saying, It was never so seen tion of faith in Christ.
in Israel. Miracles attending the birth of Christ, xii. 22, 23. He casts a devil out of a and that of John his forerunner. Luke i. man, blind and dumb, who then both 20. Zacharias is struck dumb for unbe- spake and saw. (Luke xi. 14.) Effect : lief.–Ver. 64. The use of his speech is The people were amazed, and said, Is not restored.
this the son of David ? Ver. 41. The babe leaped in Eliza- xv. 22. He cast a devil out of the beth's womb: she filled with the Holy daughter of a woman of Canaan. Mark Ghost, and prophesieth of Christ. vii. 24. He commended her faith. Ch,
xvii. 15. Casts a devil out of a child that straight a woman bowed down with an was lunatic, and sore vexed with a devil. infirmity. Effect: They glorified God. (Mark ix. 23. Luke ix. 43.) Effect: The Luke xxii. 51. Heals a servant's ear people were all amazed at the mighty that was cut off. power of God. The father of the child John v. 8. Cures a man at the pool of said, I believe, help thou mine unbelief. Bethesda.
Mark i. 23. Christ casts out an un- The leprosy. Matt. viii. 3. A leper, clean spirit. (Luke iv. 36.) Effect : Ver. by touching him. Mark i. 10. Effect: 27, 28. The people were amazed, and They blazed abroad his fame. his fame spread abroad.
Luke xvii. 14. Ten lepers. Effect : Ver. 34. He casts out many devils. One of them who was a Samaritan, xvi. 9. Casts seven devils out of Mary glorified God, and returned to Jesus and Magdalene. Luke viii. 2.
gave him thanks. Luke xiii. 32. Christ said, I do cures, xix. 2, 3. Cures the dropsy. and cast out devils.
The palsy. Matt. iv. 24.-viii. 6. Mark Thus literally did Christ-Gen. iii. 15. ii. 3. 5. 10.12. Luke v. 18. 24, 25. Effect : Bruise the serpent's head.
They marvelled and glorified God; and Heb. ii. 14. Destroy the devil, and his bis fame spread abroad. works. 1 John ii. 8.
ix. 22. He cures a bloody issue. Luke 1 John xii. 31. Cast out the prince of viii. 44. this world. Luke xi. 22. Being stronger
xii. 10. He restores a withered hand. than he.
Luke vi. 10. Col. ii. 15. Spoil principalities and powers.
LIV. Christ raises the dead to life. Luke xi. 20. By the finger, the power, Matt. ix. 25. Jairus' daughter. and Spirit of God.
Luke vii. 11. A widow's son.
John xi. 39. Lazarus. Effect: Ver. LIII. Christ heals sicknesses. Matt. 45. Ch. xii. 11. Many of the Jews beviii. 13, 14. The servant of a believing lieved on him because of Lazarus. centurion. Luke vii. 1. Peter's wife's mother. Mark i. 32. Luke iv. 38.
LV. He calms the wind and sca, &c. ix. 35. Every sickness and disease Matt. viii. 27. Mark vi. 51. Luke viii. among the people. Matt. xii. 15.—xiv. 24. Effect: They marvelled, saying, 14. Luke ix. ll.
What manner of man is this, that even John iv. 50. A nobleman's son. Ef the winds and the sea obey him! sect : Ver. 53. The father of the child, xiv. 25. He walked on the sea. John and his whole house, believed.
vi. 19. Christ cures blindness. Matt ix. 20. Matt. xiv. 29. Makes Peter walk upon Two blind men, by touching their eyes. the water. Effect : Ver. 31. His fame spread abroad. Mark vi. 43. Feeds five thousand, with
Mark viii. 22, 23. A blind man, by five loaves. spitting upon his eyes.
viii. 8. Feeds four thousand, with X. 46. Cures Bartimeus. Ch. vii. 21. seven loaves. Cures many. Mark x. 46.
John ii. 8. He turns water into wine. Ef. John ix. 6, 7. A blind man, by anoint.fect : Ver. 23. Ch. iii. 2. Many believed ing his eyes with clay. Effect : Ver. on him, secing the miracles which he did. 32, 33. The man said, Since the world xxi, 6. Directs the disciples to take a began was it not heard, that any man great draught of fishes. Effect: Luke v. opened the eyes of one that was born 8. Peter fell down, and said, Depart blind. If this man were not of God, he from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord. could do nothing. Ver. 16. 38. Isa. John xvii. 27. Directs Peter to find a xxix. 18.—Xxxv. 5.
piece of money in a fish's mouth. Deafness. Matt. vii. 32. A man that Matt xxi. 19. He curses the barren was deaf, and had an impediment in his fig-tree, which immediately withers. speech, by putting his fingers into his ears, and touching his tongue. Effect : LVI. Miracles accompanying the death Ver. 37. They were beyond measure of Christ. Matt. xxvii. 45. A supernatural astonished, saying, He hath done all darkness.-Ver. 51. The veil of the tem. things well. Matt. xi. 15.
ple rent, the earth quaked, the rocks rent, Lameness. Luke xiii. 13. Makes graves opened, many bodies of saints arose. Effect: Ver. 54. The centurion and them which were vexed with unclean those that were with him, seeing these spirits; and they were healed every one. things, said, Truly this was the Son of viii. 6, 7. Philip did many miracles, God.
casting out unclean spirits, curing the Xxxviii. 2. A great earthquake at his lame, and those which had palsies. resurrection.
ix. 4–17. Paul's conversion. Ch. LVII. Christ empowers his disciples to xxii. 13.—xxvi. 14. work miracles for propagating the Gospel.
Ver. 34. Peter heals Eneas of the Matt. x. l. He gave them power against palsy.-Ver. 40. Raises Dorcas from the unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to dead. heal all manner of sickness, and all man
x. 1. Cornelius's vision.-Ver. 11. Pe. ner of disease.
ter's vision.-Ver. 43. A voice to him. Ver. 8. He said unto them, Heal the Ver. 44. The Holy Ghost falls upon sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, Cornelius, and others that heard Peter cast out devils; freely ye have received, preaching the gospel. freely give. Mark iii. 15.—vi. 7.-xvi. v. 5—10. The death of Ananias and 17. "Luke ix. 1.-4. 19.—xxiv. 49. i Sapphira. Cor. xii. 9. 28. 30.
Ver. 19. The apostles are brought
out of prison, by an angel. MIRACLES OF THE APOSTLES.
vi. 15. Stephen's face seen, as the face LVIII. Miracles wrought by the Apos- of an angel. tles. Mark vi. 13. They cast out many vii. 55. Stephen sees Christ. devils, and anointed with oil many that xiii. 11. Elymas struck blind. were sick, and healed them. Ch. ix. 6. xiv, 10. Paul heals a cripple, at Lys
Luke x. 17. The devils were subject tra. Ch. xvi. 18. Paul casts out a spirit unto them.
of divination. Acts ïi. 4. Being filled with the Holy xvi. 26. An earthquake. The apos. Ghost, they spake with other tongues, tles in prison have their bands loosed. as the Spirit gave them utterance. 1 xix. 6. The Holy Ghost given, at lay. Cor. xiv. 22.
ing on of Paul's hands.-Ver, ii. He Ver. 41. Three thousand are convert- casts out evil spirits, &c. ed by Peter's sermon.
Ver. 12. Diseases cured by handkerVer. 43. Many wonders and signs chiefs, &c. brought from Paul's body. were done by the apostles. Ch. xiv. 3. xxviii. 5. Paul, unhurt, shakes a viper
iii. 2. 6, 7. Peter and John cured a off his hand. lame man, at the gate of the temple. xxviii. 8. He cures the father of Pub.
v. 12. Many signs and wonders were lius of a fever and bloody flux.-Ver. 9. wrought by the apostles. Effect: Ver. Others cured of diseases. 14. Believers were the more added to Heb. ii. 4. God bearing them wite the Lord.
ness, with signs and wonders, and with Ver. 15. They brought the sick into divers miracles and gifts of the Holy the streets.Ver. 16. There came also Ghost. Rom. xy. 19. Through mighty a multitude out of the cities round about signs and wonders, by the power of the unto Jerusalem, bringing sick folks, and Spirit of God.
CHRIST'S GLORY AND EXALTATION,
thee before the world was. See Prov,
viii. 22 to ver. 32,-XXX. 4. 1. CHRIST'S glory before his incar. nation, John xvii. 5. O Father, glorify II. Christ's glory on earth. Luke ix, thou me with the glory which I had with 30—35. At his transfiguration. Peter
and they that were with him, saw his viii. 3. We have an high priest, who glory. There came a voice saying, This is set on the right hand of the throne of is my beloved Son; hear ye him.
the Majesty in the heavens. John i. 14. We beheld his glory, the
x. 12. He for ever sat down on the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, right hand of God. full of grace and truth. 2 Pet. i. 16. xii. 2. On the right hand of the throne
ii. 11. This beginning of miracles did of God. Jesus, and manifested forth his glory. 1 Pet. iii. 22. Who is on the right Ch. xi. 4.
hand of God, Ch. iv. 3. xii. 41. These things said Esaias, Rev. iii. 21. I am set down with my when he saw his glory. Isa. liii. 1. Father in his throne.
xvii. 22. The glory which thou hast V. The same thus otherwise erpressed. given me, I have given them.
Ps. viii. 5. Thou hast crowned him with 2 Pet. i. 17. He received from God glory and honour. Heb. ii. 9. Rev. the Father, honour and glory, when xix. 12. there came such a voice from the ex
Ixxxiv. 19. I have exalted one chosen cellent glory, This is my beloved Son in out of the people. whom I am well pleased. Matt. xvii. 5. John vi. 62. Ye shall see the Son of Heb. iii. 3.
man, ascend up where he was before.
Acts ii. 33. “Jesus being by the right III. Christ's glory after his resurrec- hand of God exalted, hath shed forth tion. Luke xxiv. 26. Ought not Christ to this which ye now see and hear. See have suffered these things, and enter into Christ's power: also, His kingly office : his glory?
His works. 1 Cor. ii. 8. The Lord of glory. James Acts v. 31. Him hath God exalted i. 1.
with his right hand. 1 Tim. ii. 16. He was received up
Phil. ii. 9., God hath highly exalted into glory.
him, and given him a name,
which is Heb. i. 3. The brightness of the Fa- above every name. ther's glory
VI. Christ exalted above mankind. Ps. 1 Pet. i. 21. God received liim up; cxviii. 22, 23. The stone which the and gave him glory; that your faith and
builders refused is become the head of hope might be in God.
the corner. This is the Lord's doing ; Rev. i. 6. To him be glory and domi.
it is marvellous in our eyes. Matt. xxi. nion, for ever.
See Mark x. 37. John vii. 31.—xii . 16. 23.-xiii. 31.—-svii. 24. 42. Acts iv. 11. 1 Pet. ii. 7.
lxxxix. 27. I will make him my first. Acts xiii. 3. Gal. i. 5. 2 Pet. iii. 18. born, higher than the kings of the earth. See Christ shall judge the world.
Matt. xxiii. 8. One is your master,
even Christ. CHRIST'S EXALTATION. Rom. viii. 29. That he might be the IV. Christ's exaltation at God's right i. 2. Appointed heir of all things.
first-born among many brethren. Heb. hand. Ps. cx. 1. The Lord said to my
1 Cor. xi. 3. The head of every man is Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until
Christ. Eph. iv. 15.
Eph. i. 23. God gave him to be the Isa. lii. 13. He shall be exalted and
iv. 15. May grow up into him, which extolled. Mark xvi. 19. The Lord was received
is the head even Christ.
v. 23. Christ is the head of the up into heaven, and sat on the right hand
church. of God. Acts vii. 55. Stephen, full of the Holy
VII. The church is subject to Christ. Ghost, saw the glory of God, and Jesus Matt. iii. 11. He is greater than John standing on the
right hand of God. the Baptist. Eph. i. 20. He set him on his own
xii. 6. Greater than the temple.- Ver. right hand.
41.–Greater than Jonas.-Ver. 42. Than Col. iii. 1. Christ sitteth on the right Solomon. hand of God.
Heb. iii. 3. Worthy of more glory Heb. i. 3. Who sat down on the right than Moses. hand of the Majesty on high.
VIII. Christ exalted above angels. Ps.