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Ps. lxii. 11. Power belongeth unto God. LXIV. Finger of God. Exod. viii. 19.
cxlvii. 5. Great is our Lord, and of The magicians said, It is the finger of great power, his understanding is infinite. God.
See Job xxvi, 14. and xxxvii. 23. The xxxi. 18. The tables were written with thunder of his power. Ps. xxix. 4. and the finger of God. Ixviii. 33. His voice powerful. Hab. iii. Ps. viii. 3. The heavens are the work 4. The hiding of his power.
of thy fingers.
Luke xi. 20. Jesus cast out devils with LIX. Might ascribed to God. Deut. iii. | the finger of God. 24. What God is there in heaven, or in earth, that can do according to thy works,
LXV, God called a rock. Deut. xxxii. and according to thy might ?
4. He is the Rock, his work is perfect, Jer. x. 6. Thou art great, and thy name all his ways are judgment, a God of truth is great in might.
and without iniquity, just and right is he. Dan. ii. 20. Blessed be God, for wis. 1 Sam. ii. 2.—2 Sam. xxii. 32. Ps. xviii. dom and might are his.
31. Mighty. Ps. lxxxix. 6. Who among the LXVI. Nothing hard to God. Gen. sons of the mighty can be likened unto xviii. 14. Is any thing too hard for the the Lord ?
Lord ? Ps. xciii. 4. The Lord on high is Jer. xxxii. 17. There is nothing too mightier than the voice of many waters, hard for thee. Ver. 27. yea, than the mighty waves of the sea. Jer. xxxii. 18. The great, the mighty
LXVII. All things possible to him. God, the Lord of hosts is his name.
Mat. xix. 26. With God, all things are Ver. 19. Great in counsel and mighty possible. Mark x. 27. in work.
Luke i. 37. With God nothing shall
be impossible. LX. He is the Almighty God. Gen. xviii. 27. Those things that are im. xvii. 1. The Lord said, I am the Al. possible with men, are possible with God. Inighty God. Rev. i. 8.
Zech. viii. 6. Exod. vi. 3. God appeared to Abraham by the name of God Almighty.
LXVIII. He is able to do every thing. Rev. xix. 6. The Lord God omnipotent
Phil. iii. 21. He is able to subdue all reigneth.
things to himself.
Rom. iv. 21. He was able to perform LXI. God's strength. Job ix. 4. He is what he had promised. wise in heart and mighty in strength; Eph. iii. 20. Able to do abundantly who hath hardened himself against him above all that we ask or think. and hath prospered? Ch. xxxvi. 5. 19. If
LXIX. God's power in his wonderful I speak of strength, lo, he is strong. Ps. xii. 13. With him is wisdom, and thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in
doings. Exod. xv. 11. Who is like unto strength; he hath counsel and under- praises, doing wonders ? standing.
Deut. iii. 24. What God is there in lxxxix. 8. O Lord of hosts, who is a heaven, or in earth, that can do accordstrong Lord, like unto thee? rciii. 1. The Lord is clothed with ing to thy works, and according to thy
xxxii. 4. He is the Rock; his work is Isa. xxvi. 4. In the Lord Jehovah is
perfect. everlasting strength.
Job v. 9. He doeth great things, and 1 Cor. i. 25. The weakness of God is
unsearchable, marvellous things, without stronger than men.
number. Ch. ix. 10.-xxxvii. 5. Ps, lxxii. LXII. God's arm. Job xl. 9. Hast thou 18.-Lxxxvi. 10.-cxviii, 23.-cxxxvi. 4. an arm like God? or canst thou thunder
Ps. cxi. 1. The works of his hands are with a voice like him?
verity and judgment. Ps. lxxxix. 13. Thou hast a mighty
Eccl. ii. 14. Whatsoever God doth arm; strong is thy hand, and high is thy shall be for ever; nothing can be put to right hand.
it, nor any thing taken from it.
Dan. iv. 3. How great are his signs, LXIII. Hand of God. Exod. xv. 6. and how mighty are his wonders! his Thy right hand is glorious in power. kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and
his dominion from generation to genera
xlviii. 13. Mine hand hath laid the foun. tion !—Ver. 35. All the inhabitants of the dation of the earth, and my right hand earth are reputed as nothing, and he doth hath spanned out the heavens. according to his will in the army of lxvi. 2. All these things have mine heaven, and among the inhabitants of the hands made. earth, and none can stay his hand, or say Jer. x. 12. He hath made the earth unto him, What dost thou ? See Job ix. by his power, he hath established the 12. Isa. xlv. 9.
world by his wisdom, he hath stretched
out the heavens by his discretion. Ch. li. LXX. The prosperity and adversity of 15. mankind are in his hand. Job ii. 10. xxvii. 5. I have made the earth, the Shall we receive good at the hand of God, man and the beast that are upon the and shall we not receive evil ?
ground, by my great power, and by my Job v. 18. He maketh sore, and he out-stretched arm, and have given it unto bindeth up; he woundeth and his hands whom it seemed meet unto me. Ch. make whole.
xxxii. 17. xii. 10. In his hand is the soul of every Rom. i. 20. The invisible things of living thing, and the breath of all man- God, from the creation of the world are kind.
clearly seen, being understood by the xxiii. 13, 14. He is in one mind, and things that are made, even his eternal who can turn him ? and what his soul power and Godhead. desireth, even that he doth. He performeth the thing that is appointed for me, and many such things are with him.
LXXII. In the government of the heaIsa. xlv. 7." i form light, and I create vens and the earth. Job xxvi. 12. He darkness; I make peace and I create
divideth the sea by his power, by his evil; I the Lord do all these things. proud. See from ver. 5. to 14. and Ps.
understanding he smiteth through the Amos iii. 6.
Ixxiv. 13. Eccl. ix. 1. The righteous, and the wise, and their works, are in the hand of
xxviii. 19. He putteth forth his hand God.
upon the rock, and overturneth the moun. Dan. v. 23. God in whose hand thy
tains by the roots. breath is, and whose are all thy ways. fast the mountains.
Ps. Ixv. 6. By his strength he setteth Acts xvii. 28. Jam. iv. 12. He is the one law.giver, of the earth, the strength of hills in
xcv. 4. In his band are the deep places who is able to save, and to destroy. See
his. Jer. xviii. 6. Isa. xlv. 9. As clay in the hand of the potter, so are we in his
Isa. xlii. 16, 17. The Lord maketh hand.
a way in the sea, and a path in the
mighty waters. He bringeth forth the LXXI. God's power in the creation of
chariot and the horse, the army and the heaven and earth. Job xxvi. 13. By his power. Spirit he hath garnished the heavens ;
1. 2, 3. At my rebuke I dry up the his hand hath formed the crooked serpent. clothe the heavens with blackness, and
and make the rivers a wilderness. I Ps. xcv. 5. The sea is his, he made it, make sackcloth their covering. Nah. i. his hands formed the dry land.
cii. 25. Of old hast thou laid the foun. 3, 4, 5. dations of the earth, and the heavens are will in the army of heaven, and among
Dan. iv. 35. He doth according to his the work of thy hands. Heb. i. 10.
Isa. xl, 12. "Who hath measured the the inhabitants of the earth. waters in the hollow of his hand, and
Heb. i. 3. Upholding all things by the meted out the heaven with a span, and
word of his power, comprehended the dust of the earth in a measure, and weighed the mountains in LXXIII. Acts of his power towards scales, and the hills in a balance? Prov. his Church. Exod. vi. 6. I will redeem
you, with a stretched-out arm, and with Isa. xl. 26. He calleth the creatures great judgments. all by names, by the greatness of his Exod. xiii. 3. By strength of hand, might for that he is strong in power; the Lord brought you out of Egypt. Ps, none faileth,
Exod. xv. 13. Thou hast guided thy | hand them that put their trust in thee. people in thy strength, unto thy holy ha- Ps. xviii. 35.-xxxvii. 24. Dan. iii. 17. bitation.-Ver. 17. Thou wilt plant them xx. 6. He will hear with the strength in the mount of thine inheritance, in the of his right hand. Ps. Ix. 5. sanctuary, O Lord, which thine hands xxxi. 5. Into thine hand I commit my have established.
spirit. (Luke xxiii. 46.) Ver. 15. My Num. xiv. 13. Thou broughtest up this times are in thine hand. people, in thy might.
lxiii. 8. Thy right hand upholdeth me. Deut. iv. 34. Hath God assayed to take Ps. cviii. 6. a nation, from the midst of another nation, Lxxx. 17. Let thy hand be upon the by temptations, by signs, and by wonders, Man of thy right hand. Ps. Ixxxix. 21. and by war, and by a mighty hand, and Isa. i. 25. The Lord saith, I will turn by a stretched-out arın, and by great mine hand upon thee, and purely purge terrors, according to all that the Lord thy away thy dross, and take away all thy tin. God did for you in the land of Egypt? | See ver. 22. Ch. v. 15.-vii. 19.-xxvi. 8. Jer. xxxii. 21. Ezek. xx. 5, 6. 22. 28. 42.-xlvii. 14. LXXV. God's power. in spiritual Dan. ix. 15.
blessings to his people. Ps. xcv. 7. We vi. 21. The Lord brought us out of are the people of his pasture, and the Egypt with a mighty hand. Ch. vii. 8, sheep of his hand. Ps. cxxxviii
. 8. Isa. 9.-ix. 26.-xi. 2.-xxvi. 8. xxxiv. 12. xix. 25,-xxix. 23.—xlv. 11.-1x. 21.
Neh. i. 10. Thy people thou hast re- lxiv. 8. Jer. xviii. 6. compare Matt. iii. deemed by thy great power, and by thy 9 and Rom. xi. 23. strong hand. Ch. ix. 32. Exod. xxxii. 11. cx. 3. Thy people shall be willing in
Ps. lxxix. 11. Let the sighing of the a day of thy power. 2 Chr. xxx. 12. prisoner come before thee, according to Ixiii. 1, 2. My soul thirsteth for thee; the greatness of thy power.
to see thy power and thy glory, as I have cvi. 8. He saved them for his name's seen thee in the sanctuary. Ps. xcvi. 6. sake, that he might make his mighty 1 Chr. xvi. 27. power to be known. Ps. cxi. 6.
Eph. i. 19. The exceeding greatness Isa. xlix. 26. All fesh shall know that of his power to us-ward who believe. 2 I the Lord, am thy Saviour and thy Re- Cor. vi. 7. Eph. iii. 7. deemer, the mighty One of Jacob. Ch. iii. 20. He is able to do exceeding Ix. 16.-xiii. 15.
abundantly above all that we ask or think. Jer. xx. 11. The Lord is with me, a 2 Pet. i. 3. His divine power hath given mighty and terrible one, therefore my to us all things that pertain to life and persecutors shall stumble, and shall not godliness. prevail. Ps. xlv. 3.
John x. 29. None is able to pluck his See Numb. xi. 23. Deut. xxxiii. 27. Ps. people out of his hand. xliv. 3.-lxxvii. 10. 14.-lxxviii. 54.- Tim. i. 12. He is able to keep that Ixxx. 15.-oxviii. 23. Isa. li. 9. 11. Jer. 1. committed unto him. 34.
Rom. xvi. 25. To him that is of power
to stablish you, be glory for ever, amen. LXXIV. God's Power towards the Ch. xiv. 4. righteous. 2 Chron. xvi. 9. The eyes 2 Cor. ix. 8. God is able to make all of the Lord run to and fro through the grace abound towards you. whole earth, to shew himself strong in Acts xx. 32. I recommend you to God, behalf of those whose heart is perfect to- and to the word of his grace, which is able ward him.
to build you up, and to give you an inheritHand. 1 Chron. xxix. 12. Both riches ance among all them which are sanctified. and honour come of thee, and thou Jude 24. He is able to keep you from reignest over all: and in thine hand is falling and to present you faultless before power and might; and in thine hand it is the presence of his glory, with exceeding to make great, and to give strength unto joy. all. Ch. xxv. 9.
1 Pet. i. 5. We are kept by the power Ezra viii. 22. The hand of our God is of God, through faith unto salvation. upon all them for good that seek him, Duty. Eph. vi. 10. Be strong in the but his power and wrath is against all Lord, and in the power of his might. them that forsake him. Ver. 31.
Ps. xvii. 7. Thou savest by thy right LXXVI. God's power against the
wicked. Ezra viii
. 22. God's power and out, the hand of the Lord was against his wrath is against all them that forsake them for evil. 1 Sam. v. 9.--vi. 3.him. Nah. i. 6.
vii. 13. Ezra ix. 11. Who knoweth the power xii. 5. If ye rebel against the comof thine anger. Heb. x. 31. It is a fearful mandment of the Lord, then shall the thing to fall into the hands of the living hand of the Lord be against you. God.
Job x. 7. There is none that can deNah, i. 3. The Lord is slow to anger, liver out of thine hand. Ps. I. 22. Hos. and great in power, and will not at all ii. 10. acquit the wicked.
xxvii. 22. God shall cast upon the 2 Thess. i. 9. The wicked shall be wicked man, and shall not spare: he punished with everlasting destruction from would fain flee out of his hand. the presence of the Lord, and from the Ps. xxi. 8. Thine hand shall find glory of his power. See Ps. lix. 11. lxvi. out thine enemies. Ps. xcviii. 1.3. Rom. ix. 17.
cxviii. 5. Almighty. Job xxi. 10. The eyes of Ixvi. 5. The Lord is terrible in his the wicked shall see his destruction, and doings to the children of men. Ver. 3. he shall drink of the wrath of the Al. lxxv. 8. In the hand of the Lord there mighty. Ch. xvii. 13, &c.
is a cup, and the wine is red: it is full Job xl. 2. Shall he that contendeth with of mixture, and he poureth out the same : the Almighty instruct him ? he that hath but the dregs thereof all the wicked of reproved God let him answer it. the earth shall wring them out, and
Isa. xiii. 6. The day of the Lord shall drink them. Jer. xxv. 15. 17.-li. 7. Hab. come as a destruction from the Almighty. ii
. 16. Joel i. 15.--ü. 11.
cvi. 26. He lifted up his hand against Might. Ps. xxiv. 8. The Lord, strong them, and overthrew them in the wilderand mighty in battle.
ness. Ezek. xx. 22. 24. 33. Ch. xxii. 13, Isa. 1. 24. Thus saith the Lord, the 14, 15. mighty one of Israel, I will ease me of Isa. x. 32. He shall stretch his hand mine adversaries, and avenge me of mine against the mount of the daughter of enemies.
Zion. Ch. xix. 16. Ch. xxv. 11. Jer. vi. Jer. xvi. 21. I will cause them to know 12. 16.-Xv. 6. my hand and my might, and they shall xxxi. 3. When the Lord shall stretch know that my name is the Lord. out his hand, both he that helpeth, and
Strength. Jer. xxi. 5. I will fight against he that is helped, shall fall together. you, with an outstretched hand, and with 1. 11. This shall ye have of mine hand, a strong arm; even with anger and fury, ye shall lie down in sorrow. and in great wrath.
lii. 10. The Lord hath made bare his Rev. xviii. 8. Strong is the Lord who holy arm in the sight of all nations. judges Babylon.
Ezek. xiv. 13. When the land sinneth Hand. Exod. ix. 3. To Pharaoh Moses against me by trespassing grievously, said, The hand of the Lord is upon the then will I stretch out mine hand upon cattle, upon the horses, the asses, the it, and I will break the staff of the bread camels, the oxen, and the sheep. thereof, and I will send a famine upon
Exod. ix. 15. I will stretch out mine it, and cut off man and beast from it. hand that I may smite thee and thy peo- Ch. vi. 14. ple with pestilence. Ch. iii. 20.
xxv. 7. I will stretch mine hand upon Ver. 16. For this cause have I raised thee, and will deliver thee for a spoil to thee up, to shew in thee my power.
the heathen. Ch. xiii. 16.-xxxv. 3. Xv. 16. Fear and dread shall fall upon Amos ix. 2. Though they dig into them, by the greatness of thine arm. Ch. hell, thence shall mine hand take vii. 5.
them. Deut. ii. 15. The hand of the Lord was Zeph. i. 4. I will stretch mine hand against those that murmured, to destroy upon Judah. Ch. ii. 13. them until they were consumed.
Acts xiii. 11. The hand of the Lord is xxxii. 20 to 44. How should one chase upon thee, and thou shalt be blind for a a thousand, and two put ten thousand to season. Alight, except their Rock had sold them, LXXVII. Sins against the power of and the Lord had shut them up? God. Ps. xxviii. 5. Because they re.
Judgesïi, 15. Whithersoever they went gard not the works of the Lord, nor
the operation of his hands, he shall de. Gen. xxi. 2. The birth of Isaac. stroy them, and not build them up. xxii. 13. He is miraculously delivered
Isa. v. 12. They regarded not the from death. work of the Lord, neither considered the xix. 24. The destruction of Sodom and operation of his hands. Ch. xxvi. 11.- Gomorrah, &c. Deut. xxix. 23. Isa. xiii. lüi. 1.-xv. 2.
19. Jer. xlix. 18.-1. 4. v. 25. His anger is not turned away,
Exod. iii. 2. An angel appears to Moses but his hand is stretched out still. Ch. in a flame of fire, in å bush. ix. 12. 17. 21.-4. xxiv. 27.
iv. 3. Moses's rod is changed into a Matt. xxii. 29. Ye do err, not know. serpent.–Ver. 4. His hand becometh ing the scriptures, nor the power of God. leprous, and is restored. Duties resulting from or founded upon
vii. 10. Aaron's rod is turned into a the doctrine of God's power. Isa. xxxiii. serpent before Pharaoh.—Ver. 12. It 13. Ye that are near, acknowledge my swallows up the magicians' rods, turned might.
serpents also.—Ver. 20. The waters of Ps. xviii. 1. I will love thee, O Lord, Egypt are turned into blood. my strength. See Love to God.
viii. 6. The plague of frogs.-Ver. 17. Luke xii. 5. Fear him, who after he The plague of lice.-Ver. 21. The plague hath killed, hath power to cast into hell. of fies. See Fear of God.
ix. 6. A plague upon cattle.- Ver. 10. Isa. xxvi. 4. Trust in the Lord for Plague of boils.-Ver. 23. Thunder, hail, ever; for in the Lord Jehovah is everlast- and fire. ing strength. See Trust in God.
x. 13. The plague of locusts.-Ver. 22. 1 Chron. xvi. 11. Seek the Lord and his Darkness sent as a plague. strength. Ps. cv. 4. See Seek God. xii. 29. The death of the first-born.
Ps. xxi. 1. The king shall joy in thy Ver. 31. Israel leaves Egypt. strength. See Joy in God.
xiii. 21. Israel is guided by a pillar of Ps. lix. 17. To thee, O my strength, a cloud and fire. will I sing. See Praising God.
xiv. 20. The pillar is dark toward the lxviii. 34. Ascribe ye strength unto the Egyptians, and bright toward the IsraelLord,
ites. xcvi. 7. Give unto the Lord glory and Ver. 21. The sea is divided.-Ver. 22. strength.
Israel passeth through safely.-Ver. 26. clxv. 6. Men shall speak of the glory of The sea returns and overwhelms the thine acts. Ver. 11.
Egyptians. cl. 1. Praise the Lord in the firmament of his power.
2. These miracles wrought by the pouJude 25. To the only wise God, our er of God. Exod. iii. 20. I will smite Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion Egypt with all my wonders, Ch. iv. 9.17.
both now and ever. Amen. 28.-vii 3.-xi. 9. Deut. vi. 22.-vii. 13. Rev. iv. 11. Thou art worthy, O Lord, xxvi. 8.-xxxiv. 11. to receive glory, and honour, and power; Neh, ix. 10. Thou shewest wonders on for thou hast created all things, and for Pharaoh. Jer, xxxii. 20, 21. thy pleasure, they are, and were created. See Ch. v. 13.-vii. 12.xix, 1.
3. The design of these miracles. Exod.
vi. 6, 7. I will redeem you with great OLD TESTAMENT MIRACLES. judgments, and ye shall know that I am
the Lord your God. As Miracles may be considered as uncom. vii. 5. The Egyptians shall know that
mon effects, produced by the interposal I am the Lord, when I stretch forth mine and exertion of divine power, it is hand upon Egypt. thought proper to give the following mi
Ver. 17. Ch. xiv. 4. 18. The waters racles a place under this article.-(See turned into blood. In this thou shalt Miracles, Ch. iv. Sect. 50 to 58.) know that I am the Lord.
viii. 10. By the plague of frogs, that LXXVIII.1. Miracles affecting nations, thou mayest know that there is none like and particular persons.Gen. 7th and unto the Lord our God. Ch. ix. 14. 8th chapters. The flood, with all its cir- Ver. 17. Of the plague of lice: The cumstances: the design thereof, 2 Pet. ii. magicians said, It is the finger of God. 5. to destroy the ungodly,
Ver. 22. No swarms of flies shall be