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edst me.

Ps. Ixxxvi. 17. The Lord hath holpen comfort of the Scriptures might have me and comforted me.

hope. xciv. 19. In the multitude of my Ver. 5. Now the God of patience and thoughts within me, thy comforts delight consolation grant you to be like minded my soul.

one toward another, according to Christ cxix. 52. I remembered thy judgments Jesus. of old, O Lord, and have comforted my- 2 Cor. i. 3, 4. Blessed be God, even self.

the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Ver. 76. Let, I pray thee, thy merci. Father of mercies and the God of all comful kindness be for my comfort, according fort; who comfortcth us in all our tributo thy word unto thy servant.-Ver. 82. lations, that we may be able to comfort Mine eyes fail for thy word, saying, them that are in any trouble, by the comWhen wilt thou comfort me.

fort wherewith we ourselves are comfort. Isa. xii. 1. O Lord, I will praise thee: ed of God. though though wast angry with me, thine Ver. 5. Our consolation aboundeth by anger is turned away, and thou comfort. Christ. Phil. ii. 1. 1 Pet. i. 8.

vii. 6. God that comforteth those that xl. 1, 2. Comfort ye, comfort ye my are cast down, comforted us. people, saith your God. Speak ye com- 2 Thess. ii. 16. Now our Lord Jesus fortably to Jerusalem, and cry, that her Christ himself, and God even our Father, warfare is accomplished, that her iniquity which hath loved us, and given us ever: is pardoned.

lasting consolation and good hope through xlix. 13. The Lord hath comforted his grace. (Heb. vi. 18.) Ver. 17. Comfort people, and will have mercy on his afllict- your hearts, and stablish you in every ed. Ch. lii. 9.

good word and work. li. 3. The Lord shall comfort Zion; Observe, the foregoing Scriptures reprejoy and gladness shall be found therein, sent a Christiun's comfort, as proceeding thanksgiving and the voice of melody. from God the Father, from Christ, the

Ver. 12. Î, even I (saith the Lord) am Holy Ghost, and from the holy Scriptures. he that comforteth you: who art thou, that thou shouldst be afraid of a man that shall die, and of the son of man that shall

SATISFACTION. be made as grass ?

Ivii. 18. I have seen his ways and will CXIII. God satisfieth. Ps. xvii. 15. I heal him ; I will lead him, and restore will behold thy face in righteousness; I comforts to him and to his mourners. shall be satisfied when I awake with thy

lxi. 2. I appoint, to comfort all that likeness. mourn in Zion.

xxxvi. 8, 9. They shall be abundantly lxvi. 13. As one whom his mother satisfied with the fatness of thy house, comforteth, so will I comfort you. and thou wilt make them drink of the

Jer. xxxi. 13. I will turn their mourn- river of thy pleasures. For with thee is ing into joy, and will comfort them. the fountain of life.

Hos. ii. 14. I will speak comfortably lxii. 5, 6, My soul shall be satisfied as unto her.

with marrow and fatness; when I rememZech. i. 13. The Lord answered with ber thee upon my bed, and meditate on comfortable words.-Ver. 17. The Lord thee in the night-watches. shall yet comfort Zion, and shall yet Ixv. 4. We shall be satisfied with the choose Jerusalem.

goodness of thy house, even of thy holy Matt. v. 4. Blessed are they that mourn, place. for they shall be comforted.

ciii. 2. 5. Bless the Lord, O my soul, Luke xvi. 25. Lazarus is comforted in who satisfieth thy mouth with good ibings. heaven.

cvii. 9. The Lord satisfieth the longing John xiv. 18. Jesus said, I will not soul, and filleth the hungry soul with leave you comfortless.

goodness. Acts ix. 31. The churches walking in cxxxii. 15. I will abundantly bless Zion's the fear of the Lord, and in the comfort provision; Iwill satisfy her poor with bread. of the Holy Ghost, were multiplied. Isa. lv. 2. Wherefore do ye spend

Rom. xv. 4. Whatsoever things were your money for that which is not bread, written aforetime, were written for our and your labour for that which satisfieth learning ; that we through patience and not: hearken diligently unto me, and

weary soul.

eat that which is good, and let your soul CXVIII. Sinful glorying forbidden. delight itself in fatness.

Jer. ix. 23. Let not the wise man glory Jer. xxxi. 14. I will satiate the soul of in his wisdom, neither let the mighty the priests with fatness, and my people man glory in his might, let not the rich shall be satisfied with my goodness, saith man glory in his riches. the Lord.—Ver. 25. I have satisfied he 1 Cor. i. 29. No man should glory in

God's sight. Rom. iv. 2.

iii. 21. Let no man glory in man.

iv. 7. Who maketh thee to differ? and DELIGHT IN GOD.

what hast thou that thou didst not receive?

Now if thou didst receive it, why dost thou CXIV. Delight in God. Job xxii. 21. glory as if thou hadst not received it? Acquaint thyself with God.-Ver. 26. ix. 16. Though I preach the gospel I Then shalt thou have thy delight in the have nothing to glory of, for necessity is Almighty, and lift up thy face unto God. laid upon me; yea, woe is unto me if I

Ps. xxxvii. 4. Delight thyself in the preach not the gospel. Lord, and he shall give thee the desires 2 Cor. xi. 18. Many glory after the of thine heart.

flesh. 1 Cor. v. 6. James i. 4. Isa. lviii. 14. Keep the sabbath, &c. xii. 5. Of myself will I not glory, but Then shalt thou delight thyself in the of mine infirmities. Ver. 9. Ch. xi. 30. Lord, and I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth, and feed thee with the heritage of Jacob thy father.

BOASTING IN GOD. CXV. Things of God delighted in by CXIX. Boasting in God. Ps. xxxiv. 2. his people. Neh. ix. 25. Thy people de- My soul shall make her boast in the Lord. lighted themselves in thy great goodness. xliv. 8. In God we boast all the day long.

Ps. i. 2. A good man's delight is in the law of the Lord. Ps. cxix. 70. 77.92. Rom. vii. 22.

SINFUL BOASTING. xciv. 19. Thy comforts delight my soul.

cxii. 1. Blessed is the man that de. CXX. Sinful boasting of the wicked. Ps. lighteth in God's commandments. x. 3, 4. The wicked boasteth of his heart's

cxix. 16. I will delight myself in thy desire. God is not in all his thoughts. statutes. Ver. 47. 143.

xlix. 6. They boast themselves of the Isa. lviii. 13. Call the sabbath a delight. multitude of their riches.

lii. 1. Why boastest thou thyself of CXVI. Delight in Christ. Song ii. 3. mischief? I sat down under his shadow with great xciv. 4. How long shall the workers delight.

of iniquity boast themselves ?-Ver. 7. Mal. iii, 1. The Lord whom ye seek They say, The Lord shall not sec nor shall suddenly come to his temple, even regard it. the messenger of the covenant whom ye Prov. xxvii. 1. Boast not thyself of delight in.

to-morrow, for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.

Isa. X. 15. Shall the axe boast itself GLORYING IN GOD.

against him that heweth therewith!

Ezek. xxxv. 13. With your mouth ye CXVII. Glorying in God. Isa. xli. have boasted against me.-Ver. 14. 16. Thou shalt rejoice in the Lord, and Thus saith the Lord, I will make you glory in the Holy One of Israel. Ch. desolate. xliv. 25. Jer. vi. 2.

Rom. i. 20. Wicked men are boasters. Jer. ix. 24. Let him that glorieth 2 Tim. iii. 2. glory in the Lord. Ps. lxiii. 11.—Ixiv. ii. 17, 18. Thou makest thy boast of 10.-cv. 3.-cvi. 4, 5. 1 Cor. i. 31. 2| God, and knowest his will.—Ver. 23. Cor. x. 17.

Thou that makest thy boast of the law, Gal. vi. 14. God forbid that I should through breaking the law dishonourest glory, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus thou God? Christ, by whom the world is crucified iii. 27. Boasting is excluded by the unto me and I unto the world.

law of faith,

James ii. 5. The tongue boasteth Prov. x. 28. The hope of the righte. great things.

ous shall be gladness; but the expectation iv. 16. Ye rejoice in your boasting : of the wicked shall perish. all such rejoicing is evil.

xiv. 32. The wicked is driven away in his wickedness: but the righteous hath

hope in his death. HOPE IN GOD.

Jer. iii. 23. In vain is salvation hoped

for from the hills and from the multitude CXXI. Hope in God and in Christ. of mountains: truly in the Lord our God Ezra x. 2. We have trespassed against is the salvation of Israel. our God, yet now is there hope concern- xiv. 8. O Lord, the hope of Israel and ing this.

the Saviour thereof in time of trouble. Job v. 15, 16. God saveth the poor xvii. 7. Blessed is the man that from the sword, and from the hand of the trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the mighty: The poor hath hope, and iniquity Lord is. stoppeth her mouth.

Ver. 13. O Lord, the hope of Israel. xi. 14. Put iniquity far from thee.- Ver. 17. Thou art my hope in the day Ver. 18. Then thou shalt be secure, be- of evil. cause there is hope.

xxxi. 17. There is hope, saith the Ps. xvi. 9, 10. My flesh shall rest in Lord, that thy children shall come again hope: For thou wilt not leave my soul from captivity. in hell. Acts ii. 26.

1. 7. They sinned against the Lord, xxii. 3. Thou didst make me to hope the hope of their fathers. when I was upon my mother's breasts. Lam. iii. 24. The Lord is my portion,

xxxi. 24. Be of good courage, and he saith my soul; therefore will I hope in shall strengthen your heart, all ye that him. hope in the Lord.

Ver. 26. It is good that a man should xxxiii. 18. The eye of the Lord is upon both hope and quietly wait for the salva. them that fear him, upon them that hope tion of the Lord. Ver. 29. He putteth in his mercy. Ver. 22. Ps. cxlvii. 11. his mouth in the dust, if so be there may Let thy mercy, Lord, be upon us, accord. be hope.- Ver. 31. For the Lord will ing as we hope in thee.

not cast off for ever. xxxviii. 15. For thee, O Lord, do I Hos. ii. 15. The Lord saith, I will give hope ; thou wilt hear, O Lord, my God. her (the church) the valley of Achor for

xxxix. 7. Lord what wait I for? my a door of hope. hope is in thee.

Joel iii. 16. The Lord will be the hope xlii. 5. Why art thou cast down, O my of his people. soul? why art thou disquieted in me? Zech. ix. 12. Tarn you to the strong. Hope thou in God, for I shall yet praise hold, ye prisoners of hope. him, for the help of his countenance. Acis xxiii. 6. Of the hope and resur. Ver. 1. Ps. lxxi. 4, 5. 14.

rection of the dead am I called in queslxxviii. 5. He commanded our fathers, tion, said Paul. that they should make known to their xxiv. 15. I have hope toward God, that children his testimony and his law.- there shall be a resurrection of the dead. Ver. 7. That they might set their hop? Ch. xxvi. 6, 7.-xxviii. 20. in God, and not forget the works of God, Rom. iv, 18. Abraham believed in but keep his commandments.

hope. cxix. 43. I have hoped in thy judg- v. 2. We rejoice in hope of the glory ments.

of God. Ver. 49. Remember the word on which Ver. 4, 5. Experience worketh hope: thou hast caused me to hope.-Ver. 74. I and hope maketh not ashamed. have hoped in thy word. Ver. 81. 114. 116. vii. 24. We are saved by hope : but

Ver. 166. Lord I have hoped for thy hope that is seen is not hope; for what a salvation, and done thy commandments. man seeth why doth he yet hope for? If

cxxxi. 3. Let Israel hope in the Lord; we hope for that we see not, then do we for with the Lord there is mercy, and with patience wait for it. plenteous redemption.

xii. 12. Rejoicing in hope. cxlvi. 5. Happy is he that hath the xv. 4. Whatsoever things were writ. God of Jacob for his help, and whose hope ten aforetime, were written for our is in the Lord his God.

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comfort of the Scriptures might have 1 Tim. i. 1. The Lord Jesus Christ hope.

which is our hope. Ver. 13. Now the God of hope fill you Tit. i. 2. In hope of eternal life, which with all joy and peace in believing, that God hath promised. ye may abound in hope through the power

ii. 13. Look for that blessed hope, of the Holy Ghost.

and the glorious appearing of the great 1 Cor. ix. 10. For our sakes this is God our Saviour, who gave himself for us. written, That he that plougheth should iii. 17. Being justified by his grace, plough in hope, and that he that thresh. we shall be made heirs according to the eth in hope should be a partaker of his hope of eternal life. hope.

Heb. iii. 6. Hold fast the confidence xiii. 7. Charity hopeth all things., and rejoicing of hope firm unto the end. Ver. 13. Now abideth faith, hope, cha- vi. il. Full assurance of hope. rity.

Ver. 17-19. God confirmed his proxv. 19. If in this life only we have mise by an oath; that we might have a hope in Christ, we are of all men most strong consolation who have fled for miserable.

refuge to lay hold upon the hope set 2 Cor. iii. 12. Seeing we have such before us: Which hope we have as an hope, we use great plainness of speech. anchor of the soul, both sure and stead.

Gal. v. 5. We through the Spirit wait fast, and which entereth into that within for the hope of righteousness through the veil. Whither the forerunner is for faith.

us entered, even Jesus, made an high Eph. i. 18. Your understanding being priest. enlightened, that ye may know what is vii. 19. The law made nothing perfect, the hope of his calling, and what the but the bringing in of a better hope did. riches of the glory of his inheritance in xi. 6. Faith is the substance of things the saints.

hoped for. iv. 4. Ye are called in one hope of 1 Pet, i. 3. Blessed be the God and your calling

Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which Phil. i. 20. My earnest expectation according to his abundant mercy, hath beand my hope, that in nothing I shall be gotten us again into a lively hope, by the ashamed; but that with all boldness, as resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. always, so now also, Christ shall be mag. Ver. 13. Be sober and hope to the end, nified in my body, whether it be by life for the grace, &c.- Ver. 21. God raised or by death.

Christ from the dead, and gave him glory, Col. i. 5. The hope laid up for you in that your faith and hope might be in heaven.

God. Ver. 23. Be not moved away from the iii. 15. Be ready always to give an hope of the gospel.-Ver. 27. Christ in answer to every man that asketh you a you he hope of glory.

reason of the hope that is in you, with 1 Thess. i. 2, 3. We give thanks to meekness and fear. God always for you; remembering your 1 John iii. 2, 3. Now are we the song work of faith, and labour of love, and of God: when he shall appear we shall patience of hope in our Lord Jesus be like him. Every man that hath this Christ, in the sight of God and our hope in him purifieth himself, even as he Father.

ii. 19. What is our hope and joy, or crown of rejoicing; are not even ye in CXXII. The hope of the wicked perishthe presence of our Lord Jesus Christ ? eth. Job viii. 13. The hypocrite's hope

v. 8. Let us who are of the day be shall perish. Ver. 14. sober, putting on the breastplate of faith xi. 20. The eyes of the wicked shall and love, and for an helmet the hope of fail, their hope shall be as the giving up salvation.

of the ghost. 2 Thess. ii. 16. Now our Lord Jesus xxvii. 8. What is the hope of the hypoChrist, and God even our Father, which crite, when God taketh away his soul ? hath loved us, and hath given us ever. Prov. x. 28. The expectation of the lasting consolation and good hope wicked shall perish. Job xviii. 14. through grace, comfort your hearts, xi. 7. When a wioked man dieth, his and stablish you in every good word and expectation shall perish; and the hope of work.

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Jer. xviii. 12. They said, There is no my God.- Ver. 6. Let not them that wait hope ; but we will walk after our own on thee be ashamed. devices. Ch. ï. 25.

Ps. cxxiii. 2. Our eyes wait upon the Eph. ii. 12. Having no hope, and with Lord our God, until he have mercy upon out God in the world.

1 Thess. iv. 13. Sorrow not [for th cxxx. 5, 6. 1 wait for the Lord; my dead) as others which have no hope. soul doth wait, and in his word do I hope.

My soul waiteth for the Lord, more than EXPECTATION.

they that watch for the morning.

Prov. viii. 34. Blessed is the man that CXXIII. The expectation of the righteous heareth me, (Wisdom,) watching daily at from God. Ps. Ixii. 5. My expectation is the posts of my gates. from the Lord.

xx. 22. Wait on the Lord, and he shall Prov. xxiii. 18. Tline expectation shall save the. not be cut off. Ch. xxiv. 14.

Isa. viii. 17. I will wait upon the Lord Phil. i. 20. According to my carnest that bideth his face from the house of expectation Christ shall be magnified in Jacob, and I will look for him. my body, whether it be by life or by xxv. 9. Lo this is our God, we have wait. death.

ed for him, and he will save us; this is

the Lord, we have waited for him; we CXXIV. Expectation of the wicked. will be glad and rejoice in his salvation Prov. x. 28. The expectation of the wick- xxvi. 8. In the way of thy judgments, ed shall perish. Ch. xi. 7.

O Lord, have we waited for thee: the de. xi. 23. The expectation of the wicked sire of our soul is to thy name, and to the is wrath.

remembrance of thee. Zech. ix. 5. Ekron, her expectation xxx. 18. The Lord is a God of judg. shall be ashamed.

ment: blessed are all that wait for Acts xii. 11. The Lord hath delivered him. me from the expectation of the Jews.

xxxiii. 2. O Lord, be gracious unto us;

we have waited for thee: be thou their WAITING,

arm every morning, our salvation also in

time of trouble. CXXV. The righteous wait for God. xl. 31. They that wait upon the Lord Gen. xlix. 18. I have waited for thy sal. shall renew their strength. vation, O Lord.

xlix. 23. Thou shalt know that I am Ps. xxv. 3. Let none that wait on the the Lord, for they shall not be ashamed Lord be ashamed.

that wait for me. Ver. 5. Thou art the God of my salva- li. 5. The isles shall wait upon me, tion: on thee do I wait all the day. Ver. and upon mine arm shall they trust See 21.

also, Isa. xlii. 4. xxvii. 14. Wait on the Lord, be of Ixiv. 4. Men have not heard, nor per. good courage, and he shall strengthen ceived by the ear, neither hath the eye thine heart.

seen what he hath prepared for them that xxxiii. 20. Our soul waited for the wait for him. Lord: he is our help and our shield. Jer. xiv. 22. Are there any among the

xxxvii. 7. Rest in the Lord, and wait vanities of the Gentiles that can cause patiently for him.-Ver. 9. Those that rain ? or can the heavens give showers ? wait on the Lord shall inherit the earth. Art not thou he, O Lord our God ? there Ver. 34.

fore we will wait upon thee; for thou hast xxxix. 7. Lord, what wait I for? my hope made all these things. is in thee; deliver me from all my trans- Lam. iii. 25, 26. The Lord is good unto gressions. Ver. 3.

them that wait for him, to the soul that xl. 1. I waited patiently for the Lord, seeketh him. It is good that a man and he inclined unto me and heard my should both hope and quietly wait for the cry.

salvation of the Lord. lix. 9. Because of his strength I will Hos. xii. 6. Keep mercy and judgment, wait upon thee, for God is my defence. and wait on thy God continually.

lxii. 1. My soul waiteth upon God: Mic. vii. 7. I will wait for the God of from him cometh my salvation. Ver. 5. my salvation : my God will hear me.

lxix. 3. Mine eyes fail while I wait for Hab. ii. 3. The vision is for an ap

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