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truth. Ps. ciii. 8.-cxi. 4.-cxii. 4.-cxvi. cording to our works, but according to 5.-cxlv. 8. Joel ii. 13.

his own purpose and grace, which was Isa. xxx. 18. Therefore will the Lord given us in Christ Jesus before the wait, that he may be gracious unto you; world began. and therefore will he be exalted, that he 1 Pet. v. 10. The God of all grace, may have mercy upon you.-Ver. 19. He who hath called us unto his eternal glory will be gracious unto thee, at the voice of by Jesus Christ, make you perfect, stablish, thy cry; when he heareth it he will an- strengthen, settle you. swer thee. Jonah iv. 2. Thou art a gracious God,

CXXV. Justification is of grace. Rom. and merciful, slow to anger, and of great iii. 24. Being justified freely by his grace, kindness, and repentest thee of the evil. through the redemption that is in Christ See Amos v. 5. Zech. iv. 7. Grace, grace.

Jesus.

Gal. i. 21. I do not frustrate the grace CXX. God's throne is a throne of grace. of God; for if righteousness came by the Heb. iv. 16. Let us come boldly to the law then is Christ dead in vain. throne of grace, that we may obtain

v. 4. Christ is become of none effect to mercy, and find grace to help in time of you, whosoever of you are justified by the need.

law; ye are fallen from grace. See Řom.

v. 15. 17. 20, 21. : CXXI. God's Spirit is a Spirit of grace. Heb. x. 29. The Spirit of grace. Zech.

CXXVI. Pardon of sin is through grace. xii. 10. The Spirit of grace and supplica. Eph. i. 7. In Christ we have redemption tion.

through his blood, the forgiveness of sin,

according to the riches of his grace. CXXII. Christ is gracious. Luke iv. 32. Gracious words proceed out of his

CXXVII. Adoption through grace. mouth.

Eph. i. 5, 6. God having predestinated us John i. 14. He was full of grace and to the adoption of children, by Jesus Christ, truth.-Ver. 16. Of his fulness have all to himself, according to the good pleasure we received, and grace for grace.

of his will, to the praise of the glory of Acts xv. 11. We believe that through his grace, wherein he hath made us acthe grace of our Lord Jesus Christ we cepted in the Beloved. shall be saved.

Rom. xvi. 20. The grace of our Lord CXXVIII. Sanctifying grace, or sancti. Jesus Christ be with you. 1 Cor. xvi. 23. fication through grace. Ps. lxxxiv. 11. Phil. iv. 23. 1 Thess. v.28. 2 Thess. iii. 18. The Lord God is a sun and shield; the

2 Cor. viii. 9. Ye know the grace of Lord will give grace and glory; and no our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was good thing will he withhold from them, rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that walk uprightly, that ye through his poverty might be rich.

Prov. iii. 24. He scorneth the scorners, Eph. i. 7. We have redemption through but giveth grace to the lowly. his blood, the forgiveness of sins, accord- James iv. 16. He resisteth the proud, ing to the riches of his grace.

but giveth grace to the humble. 1 Pet. ii. 3. If so be ye have tasted that 2 Cor. ix. 8. God is able to make all the Lord is gracious.

grace abound toward you; that

ye,

always

having all-sufficieny in all things, may CXXIII. The grace of God in the ecoabound to every good work. Ver. 14. nomy of man's salvation. In election.- xii. 9. The Lord said, My grace is Rom. xi. 5, 6. There is a remnant ac- sufficient for thee: for my strength is cording to the election of grace. And made perfect in weakness. if by grace, then it is no more of works ; otherwise grace is no more grace.

CXXIX. The gospel is of grace given.

John i. 17. The law was given by Mo. CXXIV. Our calling is of grace. Gal. ses, but grace and truth came by Jesus *i. 15. God, who separated me from my Christ. mother's womb, and called me by his Acts xiii. 43. Paul and Barnabas ex.

horted Christians to continue in the 2 Tim. i. 9. 'God hath saved us, and grace of God. called us with an holy calling ; not ac- xiv. 3. The Lord gave testimony to

grace, &c.

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the word of his grace, and granted signs than he ought to think.–Ver. 6. Having and wonders to be done in confirmation gifts differing, according to the grace of it.

that is given to us, let us, &c. 1 Pet. iv. Acts xx. 24. I testify the gospel of 7. 10. the grace of God.-Ver. 32. I commend Rom. xv. 15, 16. I have written the you to God, and to the word of his grace, more boldly unto you, because of the which is able to build you up, and to grace that is given to me of God: That I give you an inheritance among all them should be a minister, &c. that are sanctified.

1 Cor, iii. 10. According to the grace Rom. v. 2. By Jesus Christ we have of God given unto me, as a wise master access by faith into this grace wherein builder, I have laid the foundation. we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory Gal. ij. 9. When the brethren per. of God.

ceived the grace of God given unto me, vi. 14. Sin shall not have dominion they gave the right hand of fellowship. over you; for ye are not under the law, Sce Eph. iii. 2. 7, 8. but under grace. Ver. 15.

2 Cor. vi. 1. We beseech you, that ye CXXXII. The effects of the gospel in receive not the grace of God in vain. anctified nature and practice, called

viii. 1. We do you to wit, (we make grace. Acts iv. 33. Great grace was known to you) of the grace of God be- upon them all. stowed on the churches.

xi. 23. When Barnabas had seen the Gal. i. 6. I marvel that ye are so soon grace of God, he was glad, and exhorted removed from him that called you into them all, tirat with purpose of heart they the grace of Christ.

would cleave unto the Lord. Phil. i. 7. Ye are all partakers of my 1 Cor. i. 4. I thank my God always grace.

on your behalf, for the grace of God Col. i. 6. The gospel bringeth forth which is given you by Jesus Christ. fruit in you, since the day ye heard of it, xv. 10. By the grace of God I am and knew the grace of God.

what I am : and his grace which was Tit. ii. 11, 12, 13. The grace of God bestowed on me was not in vain, but I that bringeth salvation hath appeared | laboured more abundantly than they all ; unto all men, teaching us that, denying yet not I, but the grace of God which ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should was with me. live soberly, righteously, and godly, in 2 Cor. i. 12. Our rejoicing is this, the this present world ; looking for the bless- testimony of our conscience, that in ed hope, &c.

simplicity and godly sincerity, not with Heb. xii

. 15. Looking diligently, lest fleshly wisdom, but by the grace of God, any man fail of the grace of God. we had our conversation in the world.

i Pet. i. 10. The prophets prophesied 1 Tim. i. 14. The grace of our Lord of the grace that should come unto you. was exceeding abundant, with faith and

v. 12. This is the true grace of God love, which is in Christ Jesus. wherein ye stand.

2 Tim. ii. 1. Be strong in the grace Jude 4. Ungodly men turn the grace which is in Christ Jesus. of God into lasciviousness.

2 Pet. iii. 18. Grow in grace and in CXXX. Giving alms called

the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour grace.

2

Jesus Christ. Cor. iv. 15.-viii. 6, 7. 19.

Heb. xii. 28. Wherefore we receiving CXXXI. Ministerial abilities for pub- a kingdom that cannot be moved, let us lishing the gospel, are of grace. Acts have grace, whereby we may serve God xiv. 26. The apostles had been recom. acceptably, with reverence and godly fear. mended to the grace of God, for the work xiii. 9. Be not carried about with diof the ministry which they fulfilled. Ch. verse and strange doctrines; for it is a XV. 40.

good thing that the heart be established Rom. i. 5. By whom (Christ) we with grace. have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all CXXXIII. Faith through grace. Acts nations.

xviii. 27. Apollos helped them much xii. 3. I say through the grace given who had believed through grace. unto me, to every man that is among you, not to think of himself more highly

CXXXIV. Hope through grace. 2

your hearts.

Thess. ii. 16, 17. Now the Lord Jesus Gal. vi. 18. The grace of our Lord Christ himself, and God even our Father, Jesus Christ be with your spirit. Rev. which hath loved us, and hath given xxii. 21. us everlasting consolation, and good hope Eph. vi. 24. Grace be with all them through grace, comfort your hearts, and that love our Lord Jesus Christ in sin. stablish you in every good word and work. cerity. Amen.

Col. iv. 18. Grace be with you. 2 Tim. CXXXV. Prayer and praise through iv. 22. Tit. iii. 15. Heb. xiii. 25. grace. Zech. xii. 10. I will pour upon 1 Tim. i. 2. Grace, mercy, and peace, the house of David, and upon the inha- from God our Father, and Jesus Christ bitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace our Lord. 2 Tim. i. 2. Tit. i. 4. and supplication.

vi. 21. Grace be with thee. Col. ili. 16. Singing with grace in

1 Pet. i. 2. Grace to you, and peace be multiplied. 2 Pet. i. 2.

Rev. i. 4. Grace be unto you, and CXXXVI. Salvation is of grace. Eph. peace, from Him which is, and which ii. 5.7, 8. When we were dead in sins, he was, and which is to come. hath quickened us together with Christ; (by grace ye are saved ;) that in the ages

GOD'S FAVOUR. to come he might shew the exceeding CXXXVIII. God's favour. 2 Sam. riches of his grace, in his kindness towards xv. 25. David said, If I have found faus, through Jesus Christ. For by grace vour in the eyes of the Lord, he will bring are ye saved through faith, and that not me again, and shew me both the ark and of yourselves, it is the gift of God. his habitation.

Heb. ii. 9. Jesus Christ, by the grace Job x. 12. Thou hast granted me life of God, did taste death for every man.

and favour, and thy visitation hath pre1 Pet. i. 13. Be sober, and hope unto served my spirit. the end, for the grace that is to be

xxxii. 26. The penitent shall pray brought unto you at the revelation of unto God, and he will be favourable unto Jesus Christ.

him, and he shall see his face with joy: iii. 7. Husbands and wives, live toge- for he will render unto every man his ther, as being heirs of the grace of life.

righteousness.

Ps. v. 12. Thou, Lord, wilt bless the CXXXVII. Grace prayed for. Gen. righteous; with favour wilt thou comxliii. 29. Joseph said to Benjamin, God pass him about, as with a shield. be gracious unto thee my son.

xxx. 5. In his favour is life.-Ver. 7. Numb. vi. 23—26. On this wise ye Lord, by thy favour thou hast made my shall bless the children of Israel, saying, mountain to stand strong.

The Lord bless thee, and keep thee : The xli. 11. By this I know that thou faLord make his face shine upon thee, and vourest me, because minc enemy doth be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up not triumph over me. his countenance upon thee, and give thee xliv. 3. Thy right hand, and thine peace.

arm, and the light of thy countenance Ps. cxix. 29. Grant me thy law gra- saved them, because thou hadst a favour ciously.

for them. Isa. xxxii. 2. Lord be gracious unto

lxxvii. 7. Will the Lord cast off for us; we have waited for thee.

ever? Will he be favourable no more? Hos. xiv, 2. Take away all iniquity, lxxxv. 1. Lord, thou hast been favourand receive us graciously.

able unto thy land ; thou hast brought Mal. i. 9. Beseech God that he will back the captivity of Jacob. be gracious unto us.

lx.xxix. 17. Thou art the glory of Rom. i. 7. Grace to you, and peace, their strength ; and in thy favour shall from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus our horn be exalted. Christ. 1 Cor. i. 3. 2 Cor. i. 2. Gal. cii. 13. Thou wilt have mercy on Zion; i. 3. Eph. i. 2. Phil. i. 2. Col. i. 2. for the time to favour her, yea the set 1 Thess. i. 1. 2 Thess. i. 2. Philem. 3. time is come.

2 Cor. xiii. 14. The grace of our Lord cvi. 4. Remember me, O Lord, with Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the favour that thou bearest unto thy the communion of the Holy Ghost, be people. with you all. Amen.

cxix. 58. I entreated thy favour with my whole heart: be merciful unto me ac- shall be blessed; for he giveth of his cording to thy word.

bread to the poor. Ps. xli. 1. Prov. iii. 3, 4. Let not mercy and truth 2 Cor. ix. 6. He that soweth bountiforsake thee : So shalt thou find favour, fully shall reap bountifully. Ver. 5, 11. and good understanding in the sight of God and man.

GOD'S BLESSING. viü, 35. Whoso findeth wisdom findeth life, and shall obtain favour of the Lord.

CXLIV. God blesseth his people. Ex. xii. 2. A good man obtaineth favour of xx. 24. In all places where I record my the Lord: but a man of wicked devices name, I will come unto thee and I will

bless thee. will he condemn. Song viii. 10. I was in his eyes as one Name upon the children of Israel, and I

Numb. vi. 27. They shall put my that found favour.

will bless them. Isa. Ix. 10. In my favour have I had

xxii. 12. God said to Balaam, Thou mercy on thee. Luke i. 28. The angel said to Mary, blessed. Ch. xxiii. 20.

shalt not curse the people, for they are Hail, thou that art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among curse of Balaam into a blessing, because

Deut. xxiii. 5. The Lord turned the women.-Ver. 30. Thou hast found favour he loved thee. Neh. xiii. 2. with God. ii. 52. Jesus increased in wisdom and habitation, from heaven, and bless thy

xxvi. 15. Look down from thy holy stature, and in favour with God and man,

Acts vii. 46. David found favour be: people Israel. fore God. See 1 Sam. ii. 22.

2 Sam. vii. 29. David prayed, and said,

O Lord God, with thy blessing let the CXXXIX. God's favour denied to the house of thy servant be blessed for ever.

1 Chron. xvii. 22. wicked Isa. xxvii. 11. It is a people of no understanding ; therefore he that made said, O that thou wouldst bless me indeed,

1 Chron. iv. 10. Jabez prayed, and them will not have mercy on them, and and enlarge my coast; and that thine he that formed them will shew them no hand might be with me, and that thou favour. See Jer. xvi. 13.

wouldst keep me from evil.

Ps. iii. 8. Thy blessing is upon thy CXL. God giveth or withholdeth the farour of men. Gen. xxxix. 21. The Lord

people. was with Joseph, and showed him mercy, thine inheritance : feed them also, and lift

xxviii. 9. Save thy people, and bless and gave him favour in the sight of the keeper of the prison. Acts vii. 10.

them up for ever. Ps. cix. 28. Exod. iii. 21. The Lord said, I will

xxix. 11. The Lord will bless his peo. give this people favour in the sight of the ple with peace,

lxvii. 1. God be merciful to us and bless Egyptians. Ch. xi. 3.—xii. 36. into favour and tender love with the prince ends of the earth shall fear him. Dan. i. 9. God had brought Daniel us, and cause his face to shine upon us.

Ixvii. 7. God shall bless us, and all the of the eunuchs.

cxv. 12. The Lord hath been mindful

of CXLI. God withholdeth from man the

us, and he will bless us: he will bless favour of man. Deut. xxviii. 49, 50. Josh. the house of Israel, he will bless the house xi. 20. Ps. cix. 12.

of Aaron. See Ps. cxxviii. 5.-cxxxii. 15.

-cxxxiv. 3. CXLII. God is bountiful. Ps. Ixxiii. 6. CXLV. Persons pronounced blessed, The Lord hath dealt bountifully with their graces and duties. Ps. i. 1. Blessed

is the man that walketh not in the coun. cxvi. 7. Return unto thy rest, O my sel of the ungodly. soul, for the Lord hath dealt bountifully ii. 12. Blessed are all they that put with thee.

their trust in him (Christ.) cxix. 17. Deal bountifully with thy v. 12. Thou, Lord, wilt bless the righ. servant, that I may live, and keep thy teous; with favour wilt thou compass him word. See Ps. cxlii. 7.

as with a shield.

xxiv. 4, 5. He that hath clean hands CXLIII. Man ought to be bountiful. and a pure heart, &c. he shall receive the Prov. ii. 9. He that hath a bountiful eye blessing from the Lord.

me.

heaven.

nance.

Ps. xxxii. 1, 2. Blessed is he whose Isa. xxx. 18. Blessed are all they that transgression is forgiven, whose sin is wait for the Lord. covered. (Rom. iv. 7.) Blessed is the man xxxii. 20. Blessed are they that sow unto whom the Lord imputeth not ini. beside all waters. quity, and in whose spirit there is no lvi. 2. Blessed is the man that keepeth guile. Rom. iv. 7, 8.

the Sabbath from polluting it, and keepeth xxxiii. 12. Blessed is the nation whose his hand from doing evil. God is the Lord.

Matt. v. 3.-11. Blessed are the poor xxxiv. 8. Blessed is the man who trust in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of eth in the Lord. Ps. lxxxiv. 12.

Blessed are they that mourn: xl. 4. Blessed is the man who maketh for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the Lord his trust.

the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. xli. 1, 2. Blessed is he that considereth Blessed are they which do hunger and the poor. Prov. xxii. 9.

thirst after righteousness : for they shall Ixv. 4. Blessed is the man whom be filled. Blessed are the merciful: for thou chastenest, and causest to approach they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the unto thee, that he may dwell in thy pure in heart: for they shall see God. courts.

Blessed are the peace-makers: for they lxxxiv. 4, 5. Blessed are they that dwell shall be called the children of God. in thy house. Blessed is the man whose Blessed are they which are persecuted strength is in thee.

for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the lxxxix. 15. Blessed is the people kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye who know the joyful sound: they shall when men shall revile you, and persecute walk, O Lord, in the light of thy counte- you, and shall say all manner of evil

against you falsely for my sake. Luke xciv. 12. Blessed is the man whom vi. 22. thou chastenest, O Lord, and teachest xi. 26. Jesus said, Blessed is he who. him out of thy law.

soever shall not be offended in me. Luke cvi. 3. Blessed are they that keep judg- vii. 23. ment; and he that doth righteousness at xxiv. 45, 46. Blessed is that faithful all times.

and wise servant, whom his Lord when cxii. 2. The generation of the upright he cometh shall find-giving his houseshall be blessed.

hold their meat in due season. Luke xii. cxix. 1, 2. Blessed are the undefiled in 43. the way, who walk in the law of the Lord. xxv. 34, 35. Christ will say, Come ye Blessed are they that keep God's testimo- blessed of my Father, inherit the kingnies, and that seek him with their whole dom prepared for you from the foundaheart.

tion of the world: For I was an hungercxxviii. 1. Blessed is every one that ed and ye gave me meat, &c.—Ver. 40. feareth the Lord, and walketh in his ways. Inasmuch as ye have done it unto my Ver. 4. Ps. cxv. 13.

brethren, ye have done it unto me. Com. Prov. iii. 23. The Lord blesseth the pare Luke vi. 20 to 24. and Matt. babitation of the just.

xiii. 6. viii. 32. Wisdom saith, Blessed are Luke xi. 28. Blessed are they that hear they that keep my ways.- Ver. 34. Bless the word of God and keep it. James i. ed is the man that heareth me, watching 25. Rev. xxii. 14. Deut. xi. 26.-xxx. 19. daily at my gates.

xiv. 13. When thou makest a feast, x. 6, 7. Blessings are upon the head of call the poor, the maimed, the lame and the just. (Isa. xix. 25.) The memory of the blind: And thou shalt be blessed, &c. the just is blessed.

Deut. xv. 10. xi. 26. Blessings shall be upon the Ver. 15. Blessed is he that shall eat head of him that selleth corn, (that is, on bread in the kingdom of God. him who is good to the poor.)

xii. 37. Blessed are those servants xxii. 9. He that hath a bountiful eye whom their Lord when he cometh shall shall be blessed; for he giveth of his find watching. Ver. 38.

John xx. 29. Blessed are they that have xx. 7. The just man's children are not seen, and yet have believed. Matt. blessed after him.

xvi. 17.-xiii. 16. Blessed are your eyes xxviii. 20. A faithful man shall abound for they see, and your ears for they with blessings.

hear.

bread to the poor.

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