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earth after his kind, and cattle after their creation. Gen. i. 37. God created man kind: and every thing that crecpeth upon in his own image. Ch. ix. 6. the earth, after his kind : and God saw v.l. In the likeness of God made he him. that it was good.

Ps. viii. 5, 6. Thou madest man a lit

tle lower than the angels, and crowned XI. Grass, herbs, and trees. Gen. i. him with glory and honour. (Heb. ii. 7.) 11, 12. And God said, Let the earth bring Thou madest him to have dominion over forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the the works of thy hands. fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, Eccl. vii. 29. God made man upright, whose seed is in itself upon the earth : and James iii. 9. Men are made after the it was so.

And the earth brought forth similitude of God. grass and herb, yielding seed after his Col. ii. 10. The new man is renewed kind, and the tree yielding fruit whose in knowledge, after the image of him seed was in itself after his kind : and God that created him. saw that it was good. Gen. ii. 4, 5.

XV. Man's first disobedience, or fall CREATION OF MAN.

from his happy state. Gen. ii. 16, 17.

The Lord God commanded the man, say. XII. Creation of Man's body. Gen. ii. ing, of every tree of the garden thou 7. God formed man of the dust of the mayest freely eat. But of the tree of the ground. Job xxxiii. 6.

knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt ii. 19. Dust thou art and to dust not eat of it: for the day thou eatest thereof, shalt thou retunn. Job x. 9.

thou shalt surely die. Job x. 8. Thine hands have made me, ii. 6. The woman took of the fruit and fashioned me together round about. thereof and did eat, and gave also unto Ps. cxix. 73.-cxxxviii. 8.

her husband with her, and he did eat. Ver. 11. Thou hast clothed me with 2 Cor. xi. 3. See sentence pronounced skin and flesh, and hast fenced me with against the offenders, ver. 14 to 20. bones and sinews. Ps. cxxxix. 14–16. I am fearfully and

XVI. See the above sin and its consewonderfully made. My substance was quences referred to, Rom. v. 12. By one not hid from thee, when I was made in man sin entered into the world, and death secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest by sin. parts of the earth. Thine eyes did see my v. 15. Through the offence of one many substance, yet being unperfect; and in thy be dead.—Ver. 17. By one man's offence book all my members are written: which death reigned.—Ver. 18. By the offence in continuance were fashioned, when as of one, judgment came upon all men to yet there was none of them.

condemnation.-Ver. 19. By one man's Acts xvii. 20. He made of one blood disobedience many were made sinners. all nations that dwell on the face of the earth. Job xxxi. 15.

ANGELS. XIII. His soul. Gen. ii. 7. The Lord XVII. Number of the Angels. Gen. breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, xxxii. 1, 2. They are God's host. 1 and man became a living soul. Job x. 12. Kings xxii. 19. 2 Chron. xviii. 18. Hea.

Job xxxiii. 4. The Spirit of God hath venly host. Luke ii. 13. made me, and the breath of the Almighty

Ps. lxviii. 17. The chariots of God hath given me life. Isa. xlii. 5.

are twenty thousand, even thousands of Isa. lvii. 16. I will not contend for ever, angels. (saith the Lord,) for the spirit should fail Dan, vii. 10. Thousands of thousands before me, and the souls which I have ministered unto him, and ten thousand made.

times ten thousand stood before him. Jer. xxxviii. 16. The Lord made us Heb. xii. 22. An innumerable comthis soul.

pany of angels. Zech. xij. 1. He formed the spirit of man within him.

XVIII. Their names. Eph. i. 21. An. 1 Cor. xv. 14. Adam was made a liv- gels, authorities, principalities, powers, ing soul.

mights, thrones, dominions. 1 Pet. iii.

22. Col. i. 16, &c. XIV. Man's spiritual state after his

Cherubims. 1 Sam. iv. 4.- 2 Sam. vi. 2. 2 Kings xix. 15. Ps. xviii. 10.–lxxx. 1., Isa. Ixiii. 9. The Angel of his presence -xcix. 1. Seraphims. Isa. vi. 2. 6. saved them.

Angels of God. Gen. xii. 17. Matt. 1 Kings xix. 5. 7. An angel feeds and xxii. 30. Sons of God, Job i. 8.—ii. 1.- refreshes Elijah when persecuted. xxxvii. 7. Christ's angels. Rev. xxii. 16. 2 Kings vi. 17. Angels deliver Elisha Michael's angels. Rey. xii. 7.

from enemies. XIX. Their nature; they are superior encampeth round about them that fear

Ps. xxxiv. 7. The angel of the Lord to men. Ps. viii. 5. Heb. ii

. 7. 9. They him, and delivereth them. are spirits. Ps. civ. 4. Heb. i. 7. Holy.

xci. 11, 12. He shall give his angels Rev. xiv. 10. Elect. 1 Tim. v. 21. They excel in wisdom and knowledge. charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy

ways. They shall bear thee up in their 2 Sam. xiv. 20. They excel in utterance, or speaking against a stone.

hands, lest at any time thou dash thy foot tongues. 1 Cor. xiii. 1.

Dan. iii. 25. 28. The angel saved three XX. They excel in strength. Ps. ciii. 4. Jews, viz. Shadrach, Meshach, and AbedThey were created by Christ. Col. i. 16. nego, from being burned in the fiery fur.

They are fellow servants to the pro-nace. phets and apostles, and are not to be vi. 22. An angel saved Daniel from worshipped. Judges xiii. 16. Col. ii. 18. being hurt in the lion's den. Rev. xix. 10.-xxii. 9.

Matt. xviii. 10. Take heed that ye de. They look into gospel mysteries con- spise not one of these little ones; for I cerning Christ. Eph. iii. 10.

say unto you, that in heaven their angels They are present in Christian assem- do always behold the face of my Father blies. 1 Cor. xi. 10.

which is in heaven. They see the behaviour of Christians. Luke xvi. 22. The beggar died, and was 1 Tim, v. 21.

carried by angels into Abraham's bosom. They see the treatment Christians re- John v. 4. An angel went down at a ceive in the world. I Cor. iv. 9.

certain season, and troubled the water, They behold the face of God, for and whosoever stepped in first was Christians. Matt. xviii. 10.

healed. They rejoice at the conversion of sin. Acts v. 19, 20. An angel delivered the ners. Luke xv. 10.

apostles from prison. Ch. xii. 7. 11. XXI. Their employment for the good of God's people, in various instances. Gen. directions given by angels. Gen. xvi. 7.

XXIII. Revelations of God's will and xix. 15. An angel hastened Lot out of an angel directs Hagar to return home, Sodom. Ver. 29.

and informs her of the future greatness xxii. 11. An angel saved Isaac from of her son's posterity. Ch. xxi. 17, 18. being slain. Ver. 12. xxiv. 40. Abraham said to his servant, the birth of a son, and the destruction of

xviii. 2. 10. Angels foretell to Abraham The Lord, before whom I walk, will send

Sodom and Gomorrah. his angel with thee, and prosper thy way. xxii. 17. An angel informs Abraham of Ver. 7.

the future greatness of his posterity. xxviii. 12. Jacob dreamed, and beheld

xxxi. 11. An angel directs Jacob to rea ladder, and the angels of God ascend

turn to his country. ing and descending. Heb. i. 14. Are

Exod. iii. 2. 10. The angel directs Mothey not ministering spirits, sent forth to

ses to deliver Israel. Deut. xxxiii. 16. minister for them who shall be heirs of Acts vii. 30. 35. 38. salvation ?

vi. 11 to 22. An angel directs Gideon xlviii. 16. The angel redeemed Jacob

to deliver Israel from enemies. out of all evil. Ch. xxxi. 11.

xiii. 3. to 21. An angel foretells the XXII. Instances of the care and ser- birth of Samson. vice lof angels for God's people, coming 2 Kings iii. 1. 15, 16. An angel directs from Egypt. Exod. xix. 20.* An angel Elijah to deliver a message full of reproof of God went before the camp of Israel

. to the king of Samaria, for consulting Ch. xiii. 21.-xxii. 20. 23.-xxxii. 34.- heathen gods ahout his recovery. Xxxiii. 2.

Dan. viii. 17. 19. The angel Gabriel Numb. xx. 16. God sent his Angel and explains to Daniel a vision, concerning brought us out of Egypt. Zech. xji. 8. the delivery of the Jews. Ch. ix. 21, 23.

ver. 22.

Dan. X. 11. An angel éxpounds to dignation and trouble, by sending evil Daniel, and encourages him. Sce to angels among them.

Acts xii. 23. An angel of the Lord Zech. i. 9 to 20. An angel expounds to smote Herod because he gave not God the prophets. See Ch. ii. iii. iv. Ver. 1 to the glory, and he was eaten of worms. 8. Ch. v. vi. Ver. 1 to 9.

Rev. vii. 2. To four angels it was Acts vii. 53. The law was delivered given to hurt the earth and the sea. on Mount Sinai by angels. Ver. 38. Gal. See chapters 8th and 9th. üi. 19. Heb. ii. 2.

xv. 1. Seven angels, having the seven viii. 26. By direction of an angel, last plagues. Ver. 6. See these plagues Philip joins the eunuch, and instructs through the whole 16th chapter. and baptizes him. See from verse 30 to xx. 1. An angel binds Satan. See also 39.

Ch. xix. 17. x. 3. By direction of an angel Cornelius sends for Peter, to receive from him XXV. Their attendance on, and services the knowledge of Christ. Ver. 4. 6. 22. to Christ. Luke i. 11 to 21. The angel 30. Chẳxi. 13, 14.

Gabriel foretells the birth, manner of life, xxvii. 241. By information from an angel, and ministry of John, the forerunner of Paul declares the safety of himself, and Christ.-Ver. 26. The same angel foretells those who sailed with him.

to the virgin Mary, the conception and Rev.i. 1. The revelation of Jesus Christ, birth of Jesus Christ, and his greatness. which God gave unto him, and he sent See to ver. 35. and signified it by his angel unto his Matt. i. 20. An angel informs Joseph servant John. Ch. xxii, 16.

of Christ's conception, by the power of xxii. 9. The angel said, I am thy"fel- the Holy Ghost. low servant, and of thy brethren, the Luke ii. 9. to 14. Angels publish the prophets, and of them which keep the birth of Christ to shepherds, and praise sayings of this book.

God on that occasion. See other revelations by angels : Rev. Matt. ii. 13. An angel warns Joseph to x. 1. 5, 6, 7.-xi. 15.-xiv: 6 to 19.-xvii. carry Jesus and his mother into Egypt for 1.-xviii. 1. 21.

safety.-Ver. 19. An angel directs Joseph

and Mary to return with Jesus from XXIV. Angels inflict God's judgments Egypt. Ver. 28. on the wicked. Gen. iii. 24. When Adam Matt. iv. 11. Angels ministered unto and Eve had been turned out of paradise, Jesus when he was tempted of the devil. God planted cherubims and a flaming Mark i. 13. John i. 51. sword to keep the way of the tree of Luke xxii. 43. When Christ was in an life.

agony, before he was apprehended by xix. 1. to 29. Sodom is destroyed by enemies, there appeared an angel unto angels.

him from heaven strengthening him. Exod. xii. 29. The first-born in Egypt Matt. xxvi. 51, 52. When Jesus was slain by a destroying angel. Ver. 23. apprehended, Peter drew his sword to

Numb. xxii. 22. The angel of the Lord fight for him. Jesus said, Put up thy stood in the way for an adversary against sword; thinkest thou that I cannot now Balaam. See to ver. 36.

pray to my Father, and he shall preJudg. ii. 1. 4. An angel is sent to re- sently give me more than twelve legions prove Israel for disobedience.

of angels. 2 Sam. xxiv. 16. An angel stretched xxviii. 2. At Christ's resurrection, an out his hand upon Jerusalem to destroy it, angel rolls back the stone from the door after he had slain in other parts seventy of the sepulchre, and 'sat on it.-Ver. 5. thousand men by pestilence. Ver. 15. He declares Christ's resurrection to those

2 Kings xix. 35. An angel of the Lord who came to the sepulchre, and directs smote in the camp of the Assyrians, an them where to publish it. Ver. 7. Luke hundred four score and five thousand. xxiv. 5, 6, 7. John xx. 12, 13. Isa. xxxvii. 36.

Acts i. 10, 12. At Christ's ascension, Ps. xxxv. 5, 6. Let the angel of the angels declare to the apostles his coming Lord chase the wicked. Let the angel i again. of the Lord persecute them.

Lxxviii. 49. He cast upon them the XXVI. They shall attend Christ at his fierceness of his anger, wrath, and incoming to judgment. Matt. xvi. 21. The Son of man shall come in the glory of his ! Rev. 1. 11, 12. Angels round about the Father, with his angels; and then shall throne said, Worthy is the Lamb that was he reward every man according to his slain to receive power, and riches, and work. Ch. xxv. 31, 32. Mark viii. 38. wisdom, and strength, and glory, and Luke ix. 26.

honour, and blessing. Luke xii. 8, 9. Jesus said, Whosoever They are not to be worshipped. Seo shall confess me before men, him shall Col. ii. 18. Rev. xix. 10, 11.-xxii. 8, 9. the Son of man also confess before the angels of God. He that denieth me be

DEVILS. fore men, shall be denied before the an. gels of God. Rev. iii. 5.

XXX. Of the angels some sinned, and 1 Thess. iv. 16. The Lord himself shall are reserved unto punishment. 2 Pet. ii. 4. descend from heaven with a shout, with God spared not the angels that sinned, the voice of the archangel, and with the but cast them down to hell; and delivered trump of God, and the dead in Christ them into chains of darkness, to be re. shall rise first. 1 Cor. xv. 52.

served unto judgment.

Jude 6. The angels that kept not their XXVII. Their employment at the day first estate, but left their own habitation, of judgment. Matt. xiii

. 39. The harvest God hath reserved in everlasting chains is the end of the world; the reapers are under darkness, unto the judgment of the the angels.

great day. xxiv. 31. The Son of man shall send Rev. xx. 10. The devil that deceived his angels with a great sound of a trum- the nations, was cast into the lake of fire pet, and they shall gather together his and brimstone, where the beast and the elect from the four winds, from the one false prophet are, and shall be tormented end of heaven to the other. Mark xiii. 27. day and night for ever and ever.

xiii. 41, 42. The Son of man shall send Matt. xxv. 41. Everlasting fire is preforth his angels, and they shall gather out pared for the devil and his angels. of his kingdom all things that offend, and them that do iniquity. And shall cast them XXXI. What their sin is supposed to into a furnace of fire; there shall be wails have been. See above, Jude 6. ing and gnashing of teeth. Ver. 49, 50. 1 Tim. iii. 6. Pride is called the con.

2 Thess. i. 7-9. The Lord Jesus shalldemnation of the devil. be revealed from heaven with his mighty Job xxxviii. 7. Morning stars, is the angels, in flaming fire, taking vengeance name of angels: this name is given to the on them that know not God, and obey not proud king of Babylon, losing his power, the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ; who as one of these morning stars falling. shall be punished with everlasting de- Isa, xiv. 9. Hell from beneath is moved struction from the presence of the Lord, for thee, to meet thee at thy comingand from the glory of his power.

Ver. 12. How art thou fallen from heaven,

O Lucifer, son of the morning. XXVIII. They are worshippers of God Luke x. 18. Jesus said, I beheld Satan the Father. Ps. ciii. 20, 21. Bless the fall as lightning from heaven. Lord all ye his angels. (Re vii. 11.xix. 10.-xxii. 9.) Bless the Lord all ye XXXII. Names given to these in scriphis hosts, ye ministers of his that do his ture. The god of this world, 2 Cor. iv. 4. pleasure. Ps. cxlviii. 2.

- The prince of this world, Johın xiv. 30. Isa. vi. 3. The seraphims cried one to -xvi. 11. Beelzebub the prince of de. another, and said, Holy, holy, holy is the vils. Luke xi. 15.- The prince of the Lord of hosts : the whole earth is full of power of the air, Eph. ii. 2.-Belial, who his glory.

hath his sons and children of the wicked. Dan. vii. 10. Thousand thousands mi. See Deut. xiii. 13. Judg. xix. 22.—xx. 13. nistered unto him, and ten thousand times 1 Sam. ii. 12.-X. 27.-xxx. 22. 2 Sam. ten thousand stood before him.

xx. 1. 1 Kings xxi. 10. 2 Chron. xii. 7.

2 Cor. vi. 15.—The devil and his angels, XXIX. They worship Christ, and are Matt. xxv. 41. subject to him. Heb. i. 4. Christ was The dragon and his angels, Rev. xii. 7.9. made better than the angels.--Ver. 6. The angel of the bottomless pit, Rev. ix. 11. God said, Let all the angels of God wor- Rev. xii. 9. The great dragon, that ship him.

old serpent the devil, and Satan, the deceiver, and his angels.-Ver. 10. The Matt. xiii. 19. When any one heareth accuser of the brethren, compare Job i. the word of the kingdom, and under. 9.-ii. 5. Zech. iii. 1.

standeth it not, then cometh the wicked They are called principalities and one, and catcheth away that which was powers. Rom. viii. 38. Eph. vi. 12. sown in his heart. Mark iv. 15.

Luke viii. 12. The devil taketh away XXXIII. Devils are represented as the word out of their hearts, lest they enemies to all good, and promoters of sin should believe, and be saved. and misery among mankind. Gen. iii. 1 Acts xiii. 10. They pervert the right to 7. Satan called the serpent. 2 Cor. xi. ways of the Lord. 3. And the old serpent, the devil. Rev. 2 Cor. iv. 4. The god of this world hath xii. 9.—xx. 2. Beguiled Eve.

blinded the minds of those who believe not. 2 Sam. xxiv. 1. He moved David to xii. 7. A messenger of Satan buffeted number the people.

Paul. Zech. iii. 2. Satan stood at Joshua's 1 Thess. ii. 18. Satan hindered the right hand to resist him.

apostles. Rev. ii. 10. Matt. xiii 38, 39. The tares are the 2 Thess. ii. 9. The coming of the man children of the wicked one. The enemy of sin, is after the working of Satan, with that sowed the tares is the devil.

all power and signs, and lying wonders, Luke xxii. 31, 32. Satan desired to and with all deceivableness of unrightehave Peter to sift him.

ousness in them that perish; because they John vi. 70. Jesus said (of Judas), received not the love of the truth, that One of you is a devil.

they might be saved. xiii. 27. Satan entered into Judas, and 1 Tim. iv. 1. Some shall depart from and tempted him to betray his master. the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, Luke xxii. 3.

and doctrines of devils. xvii. 12. Judas was the son of perdi- Rev. iii. 9. They say they are Jews, tion. 2 Thess. iii. 5. The man of sin is and are not, but are of the synagogue of the son of perdition.

Satan. See Rev. ii. 9, 10.--xii. 13.-XX. 9. viii. 44. To his enemies Jesus said, Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts XXXV. Devils believe that there is a of your father ye will do; he was a mur. God. James ii. 19. The devils believe derer from the beginning, and abode not in and tremble. the truth, because there is no truth in him. They know Christ. Mark i. 24. They

Acts v. 3. He put it into the hearts of said to Jesus, Let us alone; what have Ananias and Sapphira to lie to the Holy we to do with thee, thou Jesus of NazaGhost.

reth? we know thee who thou art, the Eph. ii. 2. Satan is the spirit that work- holy one of God. eth in the children of disobedience.

Luke iv. 41. Devils came out of many, vi. 12. Devils are the rulers of the crying out, and saying, Thou art Christ, darkness of this world.

the Son of God. 1 Thess. iii. Satan is the tempter. 1 Tim. v. 15. Some turn aside after him. XXXVI. They knew Christ's servants.

Jam. iii. 15. Envy and strife is the wis. Acts xvi. 16, 17. A damsel possessed dom that is earthly, sensual, devilish. with a spirit of divination, which brought

- 1 John iii. 8. He that committeth sin her masters much gain by soothsaying, is of the devil. Ver. 11.

followed Paul and other apostles, saying, Ver. 12. Cain was of that wicked one, These men are servants of the most high and slew his brother.

God, which shew unto us the way of sal. Rev. xii. 9. Satan deceiveth the whole vation.-Ver. 18. Paul commanded the world.

evil spirit to come out of her. Satan's hurtfulness to the bodies and xix. 13. Certain vagabond Jews, exor. worldly interests of mankind : See Job i. cists, took upon them to call over them 6 to 20. and ii. 7. Also devils are cast out which had evil spirits, the name of by Christ : See Christ's Miracles. the Lord Jesus, saying, We adjure

you by Jesus, whom Paul preacheth.XXXIV. The enmity and endeavours of Ver. 15, 16. The evil spirit answered Satan and his servants, to injure Christ and said, Jesus I know, and Paul I and his servants. Matt. iv. 1. Satan know, but who are ye? And the man tempted Christ. Mark i. 12.

in whom the evil spirit was, leapt on

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