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Isa. xxxv. 2. They shall see the glory XXXIII. God's knowledge is underived, of the Lord, and the excellency of our Job xxi. 22. Shall any teach God knowGod.
ledge ? xl. 5. The glory of the Lord shall be Ps. xciv. 9, 10. He that planted the revealed, and all Aesh shall see it. Ch. ear, shall he not hear? he that formed lix. 19
the eye, shall he not see ?-He that xliii. 7. I have created him for my teacheth man knowledge, shall himself glory.
not know? lviii. 8. The glory of the Lord shall be Isa. xl. 14. With whom took he coun. thy rear-ward.
sel, and who instructed him, and taught lx. 1. The glory of the Lord is risen him in the path of judgment, and taught
him knowledge, and showed him the lxii. 2. The Gentiles shall see thy way of understanding ? righteousness, and all kings thy glory. XXXIV. Extendeth to all things. Job Ch. lxvi. 18, 19.
xxviii. 10. His eye seeth every precious Hab. ii. 14. The earth shall be filled thing.-Ver. 24. He looketh to the ends with the knowledge of the glory of the of the earth, and seeth under the whole Lord, as the waters cover the sea.
heaven? Luke ii. 14. Glory to God in the Ps. cxxxix. 12. Darkness hideth not luighest, and on earth peace and good from thee, but the night shineth as the will to men.
day: the darkness and the light are both 2 Cor. iv. 6. God hath shined into our alike to thee. hearts, to give the light of the knowledge Dan. ii. 22. He knoweth what is in the of the glory of God, in the face of Jesus darkness, and the light dwelleth with Christ.
him. Col. i. 11. Strengthened with all Acts xv. 18. Known unto God are all might, according to his glorious power. his works from the beginning of the Eph. iii. 16.
world. '1 Pet. iv. 14. The Spirit of glory and Heb. iv. 13. Neither is there any of God, resteth upon you. See Isa. xxxiii. creature that is not manifest in his sight; 21.-xlvi. 13.—Hag. ii. 7.
but all things are naked and opened Hence the Gospel is called the glorious unto the eyes of him with whom we have Gospel. 1 Tim, i. 11.
to do. Future glory. 2 Cor. iii. 18. We behold 1 John iii. 20. God knoweth all as in a glass the glory of the Lord. things.
Rom. v. 2. We rejoice in hope of the XXXV. Things which God only knoweth. glory of God.
Gen. xl. 8. Joseph said, Do not interpreGod's power called his glory. Rom. v. 4. tations belong to God? Christ was raised from the dead by the Deut. xxix. 29. Secret things belong glory of the Father.
to the Lord our God. John xi. 4. 40. Lazarus, his sickness, 1 Kings viii. 39. Thou only knowest and rising from the dead, is called the the hearts of all the children of men. glory of God.
Job xxiv. 1. Times are not hidden 1 Cor. xi. 7. Man is the image and from the Almighty. Acts i. 7. glory of God.
Isa. xliii. 9. New things do I declare; Heb. i. 3. Christ is the brightness of before they spring forth, I tell you of the Father's glory.
xlvi. 9, 10. I am God, and there is GOD'S KNOWLEDGE. none like me. Declaring the end from
the beginning, and from ancient times, XXXII. God's knowledge is perfect. 1 the things that are not yet done. Ch. Sam. ii. 3. T'he Lord is a God of know. xlviii. 3. 6. 16. ledge, and by him actions are weighed. Matt. xi. 27. No man knoweth the Job xxxvii
. 16. He is perfect in know. Son, but the Father. John X. 15. ledge. Ch. xxxvi. 4.
Mark xiii. 32. Of the day and hour of Ps. cxlvii. 5. His understanding is infi- judgment knoweth no man, no not the nite. See Rom. xi. 33.
angels which are in heaven, neither the Isa. xl. 28. There is no searching of Son, but the Father. his understanding. Prov. xxii. 12.
1 Cor. ii. 11. The things of God xi. 2. The Spirit of the Lord is the knoweth no man, but the Spirit of Spirit of knowledge.
XXXVI. Secret things which God will hid from thee, when I was made in sediscover. Job xx. 27. The heavens shall cret, and curiously wrought in the low. reveal the iniquity of the wicked, and the est parts of the earth. Thine eyes did earth shall rise up against him.
see my substance, yet being imperfect, xxviii. 11. The thing that is hid and in thy book all my members were bringeth he forth to light.
written,' which in continuance were Eccl. xii. 14. God will bring into fashioned when as yet there was none of judgment every secret thing.
them. Dan. ii. 22. God revealeth deep and Prov. v. 21. The ways of man are secret things. Ver. 28, 29. 47.
before the eyes of the Lord, and he ponMatt. x. 26. There is nothing hid dereth all his goings. that shall not be known.
xv. 3. The eyes of the Lord are in Rom. ii. 16. God will judge the secrets
every ace, beholding the evil and the of men.
good. 1 Cor. iv. 5. God will bring to light the Jer. xxiii. 24. Can any hide himself hidden things of darkness, and will in secret, that I shall not see him? saith make manifest the counsels of the the Lord. heart.
Jer. xxxii. 19. Thine eyes are upon all Eph. iii. 9. The mystery (of redemp- the ways of the sons of men, to give every tion) hath been hid in God from the one according to his ways, and according foundation of the world.—Ver. 10. Now to the fruit of his doings. made known. Col. i. 26.
XXXVIII. God knoweth the hearts of XXXVII. The knowledge of God ez. all men. 1 Sam. xvi. 7. The Lord seeth tendeth to man and all his ways.
not as man sccth: for man looketh on 2 Chron. xvi. 9. The eyes of the the outward appearance, but God lookLord run to and fro through the whole eth on the heart. Job x. 4. Prov. xv. 11. earth, to show himself strong in behalf of 1 Kings viii. 39. Thou only knowest those whose heart is perfect towards him. the hearts of the children of men.
Job xxxiv. 21. His eyes are upon the 1 Chron. xxviii. 9. The Lord search. ways of man, and he seeth all his goings. eth all hearts, and understandeth all the Chap. xiii. 27.—xxxi. 4.
imaginations of the thoughts. Ps. xi. 4. His eyes behold, his eyelids Jer. xx. 12. O Lord of hosts, that try the children of men.
seest the reins and heart. xxxiii. 13, 14. The Lord looketh from
Acts i. 24. Thou, Lord, knowest the heaven, he beholdeth all the sons of men. hearts of all men. From the place of his habitation he looketh upon all the inhabitants of the XXXIX. He knoweth the hearts of the earth.
righteous. Gen. xx. 6. I know thou didst lxvi. 7. His eyes behold the nations. this in the integrity of thy heart.
ciii. 4. He knoweth our frame, he re Ps. xix. 14. Let the meditations of my membereth that we are dust.
heart be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, cxiii. 6. He humbleth bimself to be.
and my redeemer. hold the things that are in heaven and in cxxxix. 23, 24. Search me, O God, the earth.
and know my heart; try me, and know cxxxix. 1-4. O Lord, thou hast my thoughts; and see if there be any searched me and known me. Thou wicked way in me, and lead me in the knowest my down-sitting and mine up-way everlasting. rising, thou understandest my thoughts Isa. Ixvi. 2. To this man will I look, afar off. Thou compassest my path, even to him that is poor, and of a contrite and my lying down, and art acquainted spirit, and trembleth at my word. with all my ways. For there is not a Jer. xii. 3. Thou, O Lord, knowest me; word in my tongue, but lo, O Lord, thou hast seen me, and tried mine heart thou knowest it altogether-Ver. 6. toward me. Such knowledge is too wonderful for 1 Pet. iii. 4. The hidden man of the me; it is high, I cannot attain unto it. heart, even a meek and quiet spirit, is in -Ver. 11. If I say, surely the darkness the sight of God of great price. See shall cover me, even the night shall Acts xv. 8. be light about me. Ver. 12, 13. Dan. ii. 22.
XL. He knoweth the hearts of the Ver. 15, 16. My substance was not wicked. Deut. xxxi. 20, 21. They will
to their cry.
provoke me : for I know their imagina. thy door, pray to thy Father which is in tion which they go about, even now. secret; and thy Father, which seeth in
Ps. xciv. 11. The Lord knoweth the secret, himself shall reward thee openly. thoughts of man, that they are vanity. Ver. 4. That thine alms may be in
Ezek. xi. 5. I know the things that secret; and thy Father, which seeth in come into your minds every one of you. secret, shall reward thee openly. See
Luke xvi. 15. Jesus said, Ye are they Acts x. 4. 31. that justify yourselves before men, but Job xxxiii. 27, 28. He looketh upon God knoweth your hearts.
any say, I have sinned, and Acts viii. 21. Thy heart is not right perverted that which was right, and it in the sight of God.
profited me not; he shall deliver his soul XLI. God knoweth his people. Gen.
from going into the pit, and his life shall vii. 1. The Lord said to Noah, Thee see the light. See Jonah iii. 10.
Jér. xvii. 16. Thou knowest that which have I seen righteous before me in this generation.
came out of my lips was right before
thee. xviii. 19. I know Abraham that he will command his children and his house. Lord spake often one to another; and
Mal. iii. 16. They that feared the hold after him, and they shall keep the the Lord hearkened and heard it; and way of the Lord. Ź Sam. vii. 20. Thou, Lord, knowest fore him, for them that feared the Lord,
a book of remembrance was written bethy servant. 1 Chron. xvii. 18. Ps. i. 6. The Lord knoweth the way cxxxix. 4. Jer. v. 3. Ps. xl. 9. 2 Cor. xi
and that thought on his name. See Ps. of the righteous. Ps. xxxvii. 18.
31. xxxiv. 15. The eyes of the Lord are
XLIII. He knoweth their works. 2 upon the righteous, and his ears are open Cor. viii. 21. Provide things honest, not Lxxx. 14. Look down from heaven,
only in the sight of God, but also of and behold, and visit this thy vine. Ps. cxix. 132.—xxv. 18. Deut. xxvi. 15. Isa. labour, and thy patience; and how thou
Rev. ii. 2. I know thy works, and thy lxiii. 15.
canst not bear them that are evil. Ver. 9. Isa. Ivii. 18. I have seen his ways,
and will heal him.
I know thy works, and tribulation, and Jer. xxiv, 6. I will set mine eyes upon xiii. 21. 1 John iii. 22.
poverty. Ver. 13. 19. Ch. iii. 8. Heb. them for good. Zech. xii. 4. 2 Tim. i. 19. The Lord knoweth ther knoweth what things ye have need
Their wants. Matt. vi. 8. Your Fathem that are his. Gal. iv. 9.
of before ye ask him. XLII. God knoweth the religious prin. Matt. vi. 31, 32. Take no thought, ciples and practices of his people. Rev. saying, What shall we eat? or, What ii. 19. I know thy works, and charity, shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall and service, and faith, and patience. we be clothed ? For your heavenly Fa.
1 Cor. viii. 3. If any man love God, ther knoweth that ye have need of all the same is known of God.
these things. Luke xii. 30. Ps. xxxiii. 18. The eye of the Lord Their sorrows. Exod. iii. 7. The Lord is upon them that fear him, upon them said of his people, I know their sorrows. that hope in his mercy. See Gen. xxii. 12. Ch. xiv. 24. Neh. ix. 9. Acts vii. 34.
Nah. i. 7. The Lord knoweth them Deut. ii. 7. The Lord thy God knowthat trust in him.
eth thy walking through the wilderness. 1 Pet. iii. 4. A meek and quiet spirit Their afflictions. Ps. xxxi. 7. Thou is in the sight of God of great price. hast known my soul in adversity.
2 Chron. xii. 7. The Lord saw that Ps. cii. 19, 20. He hath looked down they humbled themselves.
from the height of his sanctuary; from Čol. i. 22. Present you holy and un- heaven did the Lord bchold the earth ; blameable, and unreproveable in his sight. to hear the groaning of the prisoner.
Matt. vi. 18. Appear not to men to Ps. xxxviii. 9. 2 Sam. xvi. 12. Job x. 15. fast, but to thy Father, which seeth in Ps. xxxix. 11, 12. secret; and thy Father shall reward thee Their wrongs from oppressors. Gen. openly.
xxxi. 12. The Lord said to Jacob, I Ver. 6. When thou prayest, enter in- have seen all that Laban doth to thee, to thy closet; and when thou hast shut Ver. 42.
scen, O Lord.
Exod. ii. 25. God looked upon the Amos v. 11. I know their manifold children of Israel, and had respect un- transgressions, and their mighty sins. to them, under oppression. Ver. 24. Ch. Ch. ix. 8. I will set mine eyes upon them iv. 31.
for evil. 1 Sam. ix. 16. I have looked upon
Hab. i. 13. Thou art of purer eyes my people, because their cry is come than to behold evil, and canst not look up unto me. See 2 Kings xiii. 4.-xiv. upon iniquity, 26.
Luke xv. 21. I have sinned against Ps. x. 14. Thou beholdest mischief heaven and in thy sight. and spite, to requite it.
XLV. God knoweth the proud. 2 Sam. xxxv. 21. They opened their mouth xxii. 28. Thine eyes are upon the haughagainst me.-Ver. 22. This thou hast ty, that thou mayest bring them down.
See Job iv. 12.lxix. 19. Thou hast known my re
Ps. cxxxviii. 6. The proud he know. proach, and my sham.e, and my dishon-eth afar off. our; mine adversaries are all before
XLVI. God knoweth the impenitent. thee.
Jer. lix. 15. The Lord saw it, and it Jer. viii. 6. I hearkened and heard, but displeased him that there was no judg- they spake not aright: no man repent
eth” him of his wickedness, saying, ment. Lam, üi. 59. Lord, thou hast seen my
What have I done? every one turneth
to his course, as the horse rusheth into wrong ; judge thou my cause.
Dan. ix. 18. O my God, incline thine the battle. ear and hear; open thine eyes, and be
XLVII. He knoweth hypocritical profeshold our desolations. Isa. xxxvii, 17. sors. Matt. xxii. 11. The King came Jer, xlviii. 30.
in to see the guests, and saw there God saw, in affliction, Hagar, Gen. not having on a wedding-garment. xvi. 13.—Leab, Gen. xxix. 31.-Hannah, Rev. ii. 9. I know the blasphemy of 1 Sam. i. 11.
them which say they are Jews, and are
not, but are of the synagogue of Satan. XLIV. God's knowledge of the wicked iii. 1. I know thou hast a name that and their sins. Gen. vi. 5. God saw the thou livest, and art dead. wickedness of man, that it was great in XLVIII. Liars and uncharitable perthe earth, and that every imagination of sons. Prov. xxiv. 11. If thou forbear to the thoughts of his heart was only evil deliver them that are drawn to death. continually.
Prov. xxiv. 12. If thou sayest, We Exod. xxxii. 9. The Lord said, I have knew it not ; doth not he that pondereth seen this people, and, behold, it is a stiff- the heart consider it; and he that keepnecked people. Deut. xxxii. 19. eth thy soul, doth he not know it? and
Job xi. 11. He knoweth vain man : he shall he not render to every man accordseeth wickedness also; will he not then ing to his works? consider it ? xxxiv. 22. There is no darkness nor. 17, 18. Rejoice not when thine enemy
XLIX. Envious persons. Prov. xxiv. shadow of death, where the workers of falleth, and let not thine heart be glad iniquity may hide themselves. Amos ix. when he stumbleth: Lest the Lord see 2, 3, 4. Ps. xiv. 2, 3. The Lord looked down it, and it displease him, and he turn away
his wrath from him. from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did under.
L. He knoweth wicked works. Job stand, and seek God. They are all
xxxiv. 25. He knoweth their works,
gone aside. Ps. liii. 2.
and overthroweth them. Ch. xxiv. 23. lxix. 5. My sins are not hid from thee.
Isa. lxvi. 18. I know their works, and xc. 8. Thou hast set our iniquities their thoughts. before thee, our secret sins in the light of
Rev. iii. 15. I know thy works, that thy countenance.
thou art neither cold nor hot, Isa. xlviii. 8. I knew that thou wouldst LI. Whoredom, natural and spiritual. deal treacherously.
Jer. xxix. 23. Because they have com. Jer. xi. 17. Mine eyes are upon all mitted villany in Israel, and have com. their ways; neither is their iniquity hid mitted adultery with their neighbours' from mine eyes.
wives, and have spoken lying words ;
even I know, and am a witness, saith the By his knowledge the depths are broken Lord.
up, and the clouds drop down the dew, Hos. v. 3, 4. I know Ephraim, and Jer. x. 12. He hath made the earth Israel is not hid from me; for now, by his power, he hath established the Ephraim, thou committest whoredom, world by his wisdom, and hath stretched and Israel is defiled. They will not frame out the heavens by his discretion. Ch. li. their doings, to turn unto their God; for 15. the spirit of whoredom is in them. Ch. LVI. God's Wisdom in redemption by vi. 10.
Jesus Christ. Eph. i. 8, 9. He hath LII. He knoweth murderers. 2 Sam. abounded towards us in all wisdom and xii. 9. Nathan said to David, Wherefore prudence: Having made known unto us hast thou despised the commandment of the mystery of his will. the Lord, in doing evil in his sight? iii. 10, 11. That he might make known Thou hast killed Uriah with the sword, &c. the manifold wisdom of God, accord.
2 Kings ix. 26. The Lord said, I have ing to the eternal purpose which he pur. seen the blood of Naboth, and the blood of posed in Christ Jesus our Lord. Rom. xi. his sons. See Gen. iv. 10.
33. Ps. lxxii. 14. Precious shall the blood Col. ii. 3. Christ in whom are hid all of the needy be in his sight.
the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. Jer. xviii. 23. Lord, thou knowest all Rev. v. 12. Worthy is the Lamb, to retheir counsel against me to slay me : for. ceive wisdom, &c. give not their iniquity.
LVII. The wisdom of creatures nothing LIII. The sins of the wicked against in comparison of God's Wisdom. right. Job xxii. 13. They say, How doth Job iv. 1. Behold he putteth no trust God know? can he judge through the in his servants, and his angels he charg. dark cloud ? Ps. lix. 7, 8.
eth with folly. Ps. x. 11. He said in his heart, God xxxvii. 24. He respecteth not any that hath forgotten, he hideth his face, he will are wise of heart. never see it.
Prov. xxi. 30. There is no wisdom, nor lxxiii. 11. They say, How doth God understanding, nor counsel against the know ? and is there knowledge in the Lord. Most High?
Isa. xliv. 25. He frustrateth the tokens xciv. 7. They say, The Lord shall not of liars, and maketh diviners mad; he see, neither shall the God of Jacob regard turneth wise men backward, and maketh it. See ver. 8, 9.
their knowledge foolish. Ch. xl. 23.
1 Cor. i. 25. The foolishness of God is
wiser than men.-Ver. 27. God hath GOD'S WISDOM.
chosen the foolish things of this world,
to confound the wise. LIV. God's Wisdom asserted. Job ix. iii. 19. The wisdom of this world is 4. He is wise in heart, and mighty in foolishness with God: for it is written, strength: who hath hardened himself He taketh the wise in their own craftiagainst him and hath prospered ? Isa. ness. Job v. 13. xxxi. 2.
xxxvi. 5. God is mighty in strength and wisdom. Ch. xxxviii. 37.
GOD'S POWER. Dan. ii. 20. Blessed be God, for wisdom and might are his. Prov. viii. 14.
LVIII. Power ascribed to God. 1 Rom. xi. 33. O the depth of the wisdom Chron. xxix. 11. Thine, O Lord, is the of God! &c.
greatness, and the power, and the glory, xvi. 27. To God only wise, be glory and the victory, and the majesty ; for all through Jesus Christ for ever. ' 1 Tim. i. that is in the heaven, and in the earth, 17. Jude 25. Rev. vii. 2.
is thine: thine is the kingdom, O Lord, LV. God's Wisdom in creation. Ps. and thou art exalted as head above all. civ. 24. O Lord, how manifold are thy Matt. vi. 13. Thine is the kingdom, and works! in wisdom hast thou made them the power, and the glory, for ever. all. Ps. cxxxvi. 5.
Ver. 12. In thine hand is power and Prov. iii. 19, 20. The Lord by wisdom might, and in thine hand it is to make hath founded the earth; by understand great, and to give strength unto all. 2 ing hath he established the heavens. Chron. xx. 6.