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Rev. xv, 4. Who shall not fear not hurt nor destroy in all my Job viil, 3. Doth God pervert thee, O Lord, and glorify thy holy mountain, saith the LORD. judgment? or doth the Almighty name? for thou only art holy....

pervert justice? IIouse.

Job xxxvi, 3. I will fetch my THINGS PERTAINING 1 Chron. xxix, 3. Moreover, be knowledge from afar, and will

to cause I have set my affection to ascribo righteousness my TO GOD-HOLY.

the house of my God, I have of Maker. 1. PERSONS.

mine own proper good, of gold P8. ix, 4. For thou hast main

and silver, which I have given to THE SPIRIT.

tained my right and niy cause; the house of my God, over and thou satest in the throne judging Isa. Ixiii, 10. But they rebelled, above all that I have prepared for and vexed his lioly Spirit. ,

right. the holy house.

Ps. xi, 7. For the righteons JESUS

LORD loveth righteousness; his

3. TII INGS. Acts iv, 30. By stretching forth

countenance dotli behold the upthine hand to heal; and that signs

right.

ORACLE. and wonders may be done by the

Ps. xxvili, 2. Hear the voice of

P3. XXXVI, 6. Thy righteousness name of thy holy child Jesus.

my supplications when I cry unto is like the great mountains; thy

thee, when I lift up my hands to judgments are a great deep: o ANGELS. ward thy holy oracle.

LORD, thou preservest man and

beast. Mark viii, 38. Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me, and

PROMISE.

Ps. xlviii, 10. According to thy of my words, in this adulterous

Ps. cv, 42. For he remembered name, O God, so is thy praise unto and sinful generation, of him also his holy promise, and Abraham

the ends of the earth: thy right shall the Son of man be ashamed, his servant.

hand is full of righteousness. when he cometh in the glory of

Ps. Ixxi, 19. Thy righteousness his Father, with the holy angels.

COVENANT.

also, o God, is very high, who

bast done great things: O God, Luke i, 72. God remembered his PRIESTS.

who is like unto thee? holy covenant. Exod. xxii, 31. . . . . Ye priests

Ps. Ixxxix, 14. Justice and judgshall be holy men unto me.

LAW

ment are the habitation of thy Rom. vii, 12. Wherefore the law throne: mercy and truth shall go PROPIETS.

is holy, and the commandment before thy face. Luke i, 70. As he spake by the holy, and just, and good.

Ps. xcii, 15. To shew that the mouth of his holy proplets, which

LORD is upright: he is my rock, have been since the world began.

SCRIPTURES

and there is no unrighteousness Rom. 1, 2. (Which he had pro- in him. PEOPLE.

mised afore by his prophets in the Ps. xcix, 4. The king's strength Deut. vii, 6. For thou art an holy scriptures.)

also loveth judgment: thou dost holy people unto the LORD thy

establish equity, thou executest CALLING

judgment and righteousness in 2 Tim. i, 9. Who hath saved us, Jacob. 2. PLACES. and called us with an holy call

Ps. cxix, 137, 142. Righteous art THRONE. ing.

thou, O LORD, and upright are thy Ps. xlvii, 8. God reigneth over

judgments. Thy righteousness is

SABBATII. the heathen: God sitteth upon the

an everlasting righteousness, and throne of his holiness.

Exod. xxxi, 14. Ye shall keep thy law is the truth. the sabbath therefore; for it is

Ps. cxxix, 4. The LORD is rightHEAVEN holy unto you.....

eous: he hath cut asunder the PS. XX, 6. Now know I that the

cords of the wicked.

His NAME. LORD savetli his anointed: he will

P3. cxi, 9. He sent redemption no God else besides me; a just

Isa. xlv, 21. ... And there is hear him from his holy heaven with the saving strength of his

unto his people; be hath comright hand. manded his covenant for ever: God, and a Saviour, there is none

besides me.
holy and reverend is his name.
PLACE.

Jer. ix, 24 But let him that Ps. xxiv, 3. Who shall ascend

IIIS JUSTICE,

glorieth, glory in this, that he un.

derstandeth and knoweth me, that into the hill of the LORD? and who

Deut. x, 17. For the LORD your I am the LORD which exercise shall stand in his holy place. God is God of gods, and Lord of loving-kindness, judgment, and

lords, a great God, a mighty, and righteousness, in the eartb: for inHILL.

a terrible, which regardetli uot these things I delight, saith the Ps. 111, 4. I cried unto the LORD persons, nor taketh reward. LORD with my voice, and he heard me

Deut. xxxii, 4. ..... A God of Jer. xii, 1. Righteons art thon, out of his boly hill. Selah.

truth, and without iniquity, just | LORD, when I plead with thee: and right is he.

yet let me talk with thee of thy II ABITATION.

2 Chron. xix, 7. . There is judgments. Ps. lxviil, 5. A father of the no iniquity with the LORD our Jer. I, 7. All that found them fatherless, and a judge of the God, nor respect of persons, nor / have devoured them; and their adwidows, is God in his holy habita- taking of gifts.

versaries said, We oflend not, betion.

Neh. ix, 33. Howbeit thou art cause they have sinned against just in all that is brought upon

the Lord, the habitation of jusMOUNTAIN.

us; for thou hast done right, but tice. ... Isa. lxv, 25. They shall I we have done wickedly,

Ezek. xviii, 29. Yet saith the 244

God. ....

house of Israel, The way of the oath which I sware unto Abraham Ps. lxxxv, 10. Mercy and truth Losd is not equal. O house of thy father.

are met together. . Israel, are not my ways equal? are Gen. xxxii, 10, I am not wor hy Ps. Ixxxvi, 15. But thou, O Lord, not your ways unequal?

of the least of all the mercies, and art a God full of compassion, Zeph. iii, 5. The just Lord is in of all the truth, which thou hast and plenteous in mercy and truth. the midst thereof; he will not do showed unto thy servant; for with

P's. lxxxix, 1, 5, 14, 34. I will iniquity: every morning doth he my staff I passed over this Jordan, sing of the’mércies of the LORD bring his judgment to light, he and now I am become two bands

for ever: with my mouth will I talleth not; but the unjust know- Exod. xxxiv, 6. And the LORD make known thy faithfulness to eth no shame.

passed by before him, and pro- all generations. And the heavens Acts x, 34, 35. Then Peter opened claimed, The Lord, the LORD God, shall praise thy wonders, O Lord; his mouth, and said, of a truth I merciful and gracious, long-suffer thy faithfulness also in the conperceive that God is no respecter ing, and abundant in gooduess and gregation of the saints. Justice of persons: But in every nation truth.

and judgment are the habitation he that feareth him, and worketh Deut. vii, 9. Know therefore that of thy throne: mercy and truth righteousness, is accepted with the LORD thy God, he is God, the shall go before thy face. My him. faithful God, which keepoth cove

covenant will I not break, nor Rom. ii, 2.3, 11. But we are sure nant and mercy with them that alter the thing that is gone out of that the judgment of God is ac- love him and keep his command- my lips. cording to truth against them ments, to a thousand generations. Ps. xcii, 15. To show that the which commit such things. And Deut. ix, 5. Not for thy right-LORD is upright: he is my rock, thinkest thou this, o man, that cousness, or for the uprightness of and there is no unrighteousness judgest them which do such things, thine heart, dost thou go to pos-in liim. and doest the same, that thou sess their land; but for the wick- P3.xcvi, 13. Before the Lord; for shalt escape the judgment of God? edness of these nations the LORD he cometh, for he cometh to judge For there is no respect of persons thy God doth drive them out the earth: he shall judge the with God.

from before thee, and that he may world with righteousness, and the Rom, ili, 5, 6. But if our unright- perform the word which the LORD people with his truth. teousness commend the right sware unto thy fathers, Abraham,

P3. xcviii, 3. lle hath rememeousness of God, what shall we | Isaac, and Jacob.

bered his mercy and his truth to$3.y? 13 God unrighteous who Deut. xxxii, 4. He is the Rock, ward the house of Israel. taketh vengeance? (I speak as a his work is perfect; for all his ways man) God forbid; for then how are judgment: a God of truth and his mercy is everlasting, and his

Ps. c, 5. For the LORD is good; shall God judge the world? without iniquity, just and right is truth endureth to all generations. Ephes. vi, 9.

Neither is he. there respect of persons with him. 1 Kings viii, 15, 20, 24. And he

Ps. cviil, 4. For thy mercy is Heh. vi, 10. For God is not un said, Blessed be the LORD God of great above the heavens, and thy righteous, to forget your work and Israel, which spake with his truth reacheth unto the clouds. labour of love, which ye have mouth unto David my father, and Ps. cxvii, 2. For his merciful sbewed toward his name, in that hath with his hand fulfilled it, kindness is great toward us: and ye have ministered to the saints, saying, And the Lord hath per- the truth of the Lord endureth and do minister,

formed his word that he spake; for ever. Praise ye the LORD.

and I am risen up in the room of 1 Peter i, 17. And if ye call on

Isa. XXV, 1. 0 Lord, thou art the Father, who without respect throne of Israel, as the Lord pro- praise thy name: for thou hast

David my father, and sit on the my God; I will exalt thee, I will of persons judgeth according to mised, and have built an house | done wonderful things; thy connevery man's work, pass the time of for thé name of the LORD God of sels of old are faithfulness and your sojourning here in fear.

Israel. Who hast kept with thy truth. 1 John i, 9. If we confess our servant David my father that sins, he is faithful and just to for- thou promisedst him: thou spak; the Redeemer of Israel, and his

18a. xlix, 7. Thus saith the LORD give us our sins, and to cleanse us est also with thy mouth, and hast from all unrighteousness.

fulfilled it with thine hand, as it Holy One; to him whom man Rev. XV, 3. And they sing the is this day.

despiseth, to him whom the nation

abhorreth, to a servant of rulers, song of Moses the servant of God,

Ps. xix, 9. The fear of tho Lord kings shall see and arise, princes and the song of the Lamb, saying, is clean, enduring for ever: the also shall worship, because of the Great and marvellous are thy judgments of the Lord are true LORD that is faithful, and the Holy works, Lord God Almighty; just and righteous altogether. and true are thy ways, thou King

One of Israel, and he shall choose

Ps, xxxiii, 4. For the word of the thee. of saints. LORD is right; and all his works

Jer. i, 12. Then said the LORD are done in truth. HIS TRUTH.

unto me, Thou hast well seen: P8. xxxvi, 5. ... And thy for I will hasten my word to perASSERTED AND INSTANCED.

faithfulness reacheth unto

the form it. Gen. xxiv, 7. The LORD God of clouds.

Jer. xi, 6. That I may perform heaven, which took me from my Ps. xl, 10. I have not hid thy the oath which I have sworn unto father's house, and from the land righteousness within my heart; I of my kindred, and which spake have declared thy faithfulness your fathers, to give them a land unto me, and that sware unto me, and thy salvation; I have not con

flowing with milk and honey, as saying, Unto thy seed will I give cealed thy loving-kindness and

it is this day, Then answered I, this land; he shall send his angel thy truth from the great congre

and said, So be it, O LORD. before thee. ..... gation.

Jer. xxxix, 16. Go and speak to Gen. xxvi, 3. Sojourn in this Ps.lvil, 3, 10. ... God shall send Ebed-melech the Ethiopian, sayland, and I will be with thee, and forth his mercy and his truth.ing, Thus saith the LORD of hosts, will bless thee; for unto thee, and For thy mercy is great unto the the God of Israel, Behold, I will unto thy seed, I will give all these heavens, and thy truth unto the bring my words upon this city countries; and I will perform the clouds.

for evil, and not for good; and 245

they shall be accomplished in that THE DIVINE ANGER he is a jealous God; he will not day before thee.

AGAINST SIN-THE RESULT forgive your transgressions nor Jer. II, 29. And the land shall

OF HIS JUSTICE AND

your sins. tremble and sorrow: for every

TRUTH.

2 Sam. xxii, 8. Then the earth purpose of the LORD shall be per

shook and trembled; the foundaformed against Babylon, to make

Exod. xx, 5. Thou shalt not bow tions of heaven moved and shook, the land of Babylon a desolation down thyself to them, nor serve because he was wroth. without an inhabitant.

them: for I the LORD thy God am
a jealous God, visiting the iniquity or our God is upon all them for

Ezra viii, 22. .... The hand Lam. ii, 17. The Lord hath done of the fathers upon the children that which he had devised; he unto the third and fourth genera- and his wrath is against all them

good that seek him; but his power hath fulfilled his word that he had tion of them that hate me. commanded in the days of old: he

that forsake him.

E.cod. xxxiv, 14. For thou shalt hath thrown down, and hath not

Job xx, 23. When he is about to pitied; and he hath caused thine worship no other god: for the enemy to rejoice over thee; he LORD, whose name is Jealous, is in his belly, God shall cast the a jealous God.

fury of his wrath upon him. .... hath set up the born of thine ad.

Lev. xxvi, 27, 28. And if ye will Job xxi, 17, 20, 30. Versaries.

God disnot for all this hearken unto me, tributeth sorrows in his anger. Lam. iii, 23. They are new every but walk contrary unto me; Then His eyes shall see his destruction, morning: great is thy faithful-I will walk contrary unto you also and he shall drink of the wrath of ness. in fury.

the Almighty. That the wicked Ezek. xii. 25. For I am the

Num. xii, 9. And the anger of is reserved to the day of destruc. that I shall speak shall come to them, and he departed. LORD: I will speak, and the word the Lord' was kindled against tion they shall be brought forth

to the day of wrath. pass; it shall be no more prolonged: for in your days, O rebellious

Num. xxv, 11. Phinehas, the son P8. ii, 5, 12. Then shall he speak bouse, will I say the word, and of Eleazar, the son of Aaron the unto them in his wrath, and vex will perform it, saith the Lord priest, hath turned my wrath them in his sore displeasure. Kiss God.

away from the children of Israel, the Son, lest he be angry, and yo Dan. iv, 37. Now I Nebuchad- while he was zealous for my sakė perish from the way, when his

among them, that I consumed wrath is kindled but a little. nezzar praise, and extol, and honour the King of heaven, all

pot the children of Israel in my Blessed are all they that put their jealousy.

trust in himn. whose works are truth, and his ways judgment; and those that

Deut. vii, 21. Thou shalt not be Ps. v, 5, 6. The foolish shall not walk in pride he is able to abase.

affrighted at them; for the LORD stand in thy sight: thou hatest all Micah vii, 20. Thou wilt perform God and terrible. thy God is among you, a mighty workers of iniquity. Thou shalt

destroy them that speak leasing: the truth to Jacob, and the mercy

Deut. xxix, 19, 20. And it come

the LORD will abhor the bloody to Abraham, which thou hast

and deceitful man. to pass, when he heareth the sworn unto our fathers from the

words of this curse, that he bless days of old.

Ps. vii, 11. God judgeth the himself in his heart, saying, I shall righteous, and God is angry with Acts ili, 18. But those things, have peace, though I walk in the the wicked every day. which God before had shewed by imagination of mine heart, to add the mouth of all his prophets, that

runkenness to thirst. The LORD

P3. xi, 5. The LORD riet! the Christ should suffer, he hath so will not spare him, but then the righteous: but the wicked, and fulfilled.

anger of the Lord and his jealousy him that loveth violence, his soul Rom. iii, 3, 4. For what if some shall smoke against that man, and hateth. did not believe? shall their unbe all the curses that are written in

Ps. xxi, 9. Thou shalt make lief make the faith of God without this book sball lie upon him, and them as a fiery oven in the time effect? God forbid: yea, let God the Lord shall blot out his name of thine anger. ....

from under heaven. be true, but every man a liar, as

P8. xxxviii, 3. There is no soundit is written, That thou mightest Deut. xxxii, 21, 22, 34, 35, 43. They ness in my flesh because of thine be justified in thy sayings, and have moved me to jealousy with anger; neither is there any rest in mightest overcome when thou that which is not God; they have my bones because of my sin, art judged. provoked me to anger with their

Ps. Ixxvi, 7. Thou, even thou, 1 Cor. i, 9. God is faithful, by vanities: and I will move them to whom yé were called unto the jealousy with those which are not art to be feared; and who may fellowship of his Son Jesus Christ a people; I will provoke them to stand in thy sight when once thou our Lord.

anger with a foolish nation. For a art angry?

fire is kindled in mine anger. Is not Ps. lxxviii, 49, 59. He cast upon 1 Thess. , 24. Faithful is he that this laid up in store with me, and them the fierceness of his anger, calleth you, who also will do it.

sealed up among my treasures? wrath, and indignation, and 2 Thess. ili, 3. But the Lord is To me belongeth vengeance and trouble, by sending evil angels faithful, who shall stablish you, I recompence; their foot shall slide among them. For they provoked and keep you from evil.

in due time; for the day of their him to anger with their high 2 Tim. ii, 13. If we believe not, things that shall come upon them busy with their graven images.

calamity is at hand, and the places, and moved him to jealyet he abideth faithful; he cannot make haste. Rejoice, O ye nations, deny himself.

Ps. Ixxix, 5. How long, LORD? with his people; for he will avenge wilt thou be angry for ever? shall Tilus i, 2. In hope of eternal the blood of his servants, and will thy jealousy burn like fire? life, which God, that cannot lie, render vengeance to his adverpromised before the world begun. saries, and will be merciful unto

Ps. xc, 7, 11. For we are con

sumed by thine anger, and by thy Heb. x, 23. Let us bold fast the lis laud, and to his people.

wrath are
we troubled.

Who profession of our faith without Josh, xxiv, 19. And Joshua said knoweth the power of thine anger? wavering; (for he is faithful that unto the people, Ye cannot serve even according to thy fear, so is promised.)

the LORD: for he is an holy God thy wrath.

thine anger.

Ps. xciv, 1. O LORD God, to Jer. xviii. 23. Yet, Lond, thou Hosea is, 15. All their wickedThom vengeance belongeth; o knowest all their counsel against nesy is in Gilgal; for there I hated God, to whom vengeance belong me to slay me: forgive not their them. ... eth, shew thyself. iniquity, neither blot out their

Joel ii, 18. Then will the LORD Prov. xi, 4. Riches prost not in sin from thy sight; but let them be jealous for his land, aud pity the day of wrath: but righteous

be overthrown before thee: deul his people. Dess delivereth from death. thus with them in the time of

Micah v, 15. And I will execute Isa. V, 25. Therefore is the

vengeance in anger and fury upon anger of the LORD kindled against

Jer. xxx, 24. The fierce anger of the heathen, such as they have his people, and he hath stretched the LORD shall not return, until not heard. forth his hand against them, and he have done it, and until he have bath smitten them and the hills performed the

Micah vil, 9. I will bear the in

intents of his did tremble, and their carcases Leart: in the latter days ye shall dignation of the Lord, because I

have sinned against him, until he trere torn in the midst of the consider it.

plead my cause, and execute judgstreets. For all this his anger is Jer. xlvi, 10. For this is the day ment for me. not turned away, but his hand is of the Lord God of hosts, a day of stretched out still. vengeance, that he may avenge the LORD revengeth; the LORD re

Nah. 1, 2, 6. God is jealous, and Isa. X, 25. For yet a very little him of his adversaries.

Vengeth, and is furious; the LORD while, and the indignation shall Jr. II, 45. My people, go ye out will take vengeance on his advercease, and mine anger, in their de- of the midst of her, and deliver ye saries, and he reserveth wrath for struction.

every man his soul from the fierce his enemies. Who can stand be18a. xill, 9, 13. Behold, the day anger of the LORD

fore his indignation? and who can of the LORD cometh, cruel both

Lam. ii, 3. He hath cut off in his abide in the fierceness of his with wrath and fierce anger, to herce anger all the born of Israel: anger? bis fury is poured out like lay the land desolate; and he shall he hath drawn back his right fire, and the rocks are thrown destroy the sinners thereof out of hand from before the enemy, and down by him. it. Therefore I will shake the liea- he burned against Jacob like a Zeph. iii, 8. Therefore wait ye vens, and the earth shall remove daming fire, which devoureth upon me, saith the Lord, until the out of her place, in the wrath of round about.

day that I rise up to the prey; for the LORD of hosts, and in the day of his fierce anger.

Lam. iii, 43. Thou hast covered my determination is to gather the

with anger, and persecuted us: nations, that I may assemble the Isa. xxx, 27. Behold, the name thou hast 'slain, thou hast not kingdoms to pour upon them mine of the LORD cometh' from far, pitied.

indignation, eren all my fierce burning vith his anger, and the burden thereof is heavy; his lips

Lam. iv, 11. The Lord hath anger: for all the earth shall be

devoured with the fire of my are full of indignation, and his accomplished his fury; he hath

jealousy. poured out his fierce anger, and tongue as a devouring fire. hath kindled a fire in Zion, and

Zech. viii, 2. Thus saith the Isa. xxxiv, 8. For it is the day it hath devoured the foundations Lord of hosts, I was jealous for of the Lord's vengeance, and the thereof,

Zion with great jealousy, and I year of recompences for the con

Was jealous fur her with great

Ezek, v, 13, 15. Thus shall mine troversy of Zion.

fury. anger be accomplished, and I will

Rom. I, 18. For the wrath of Isa. xlii, 13, 24, 25. The LORD cause my fury to rest upon them,

God is revealed from heaven shall go forth as a mighty man, and I will be comforted; and they he shall stir up jealousy like a

shall know that I the Lord have against all ungodliness and unman of war: he shall cry, yea, spoken it in my zeal, when I have righteousness of men, who hold roar; he shall prevail against his accomplished my fury in them. the truth in unrighteousness. enemies. Who gave Jacob for So it shall be a reproach and a Rom. ii, 8, 9. But unto them that

instruction and a spoil, and Israel to the robbers? taunt, an

are contentious, and do not obey did not the LORD, he against astonishment, unto the nations the truth, but obey unrighteouswhom we have sinned? for they that are round about thee, when ness, indignation and wrath. Triwould not walk in his ways,

I shall execute judgments in bulation and anguish, upon every Deither were they obedient unto thee, in anger and in fury, and in soul of man that doeth evil, of the his law. Therefore he hath furious rebukes. I the Lord have Jew first, and also of the Gentile. poured upon him the fury of his spoken it.

1 Çor. x, 22. Do we provoke the anger, and the strength of battle: Ezek. vii, 3. Now is the end Lord to jealousy? are we stronger and it hath set him on fire round come upon thee, and I will send than he? about, yet he knew not; and it mine anger upon thee, and will burned him, yet he laid it not to judge thee according to thy ways, you with vain words: for because

Eph. v, 6. Let no man deceive beart.

and will recompense upon thee of these things cometh the wrath Isa. Ixvi, 6, 14. A voice of all thine abominations.

of God upon the children of disnoise from the city, a volce from the temple, a voice of the LORD fore concerning the land of Israel,

Ezek. xxxvi, 6. Prophesy there-obedience.

2 Thes. 1, 8. In flaming fire, takthat rendereth recompence to his and say unto the mountains, and ing vengeance on them that kuow enemies. And when ye see this. I to the hills, to the rivers, and to not God, and that obey not the your heart shall rejoice, and your the valleys, Thus saith the Lord gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. bories shall flourish like an herb; GOD, Behold, I have spoken in my and the band of the Lord shall jealousy, and in my fury, because ful looking for of judgment and

Heb. x, 27, 30. But a certain fearbe known toward his servants, ye have borne the shame of the fiery indignation, which shall deand his indignation toward his heathen. enemies.

vour the adversaries. For we

Ezek. Xxxvill, 19. For in my know him that bath said, VenJer. x, 10. At his wrath jealousy, and in the fire of my geance bilonget, unto me, I will the earth shall tremble, and the wrath, have I spoken, Surely in recompense, saith the Lord. And nations shall not be able to abide that day there shall be a great again, The Lord shall judge his bis indignation.

shaking in the land of Israel. people.

an

Rev. vi, 16, 17. And said to the goodness of the Lord in the land / fear and tremble for all the goodmountains and rocks, Fall on us, of the living.

ness, and for all the prosperity, and hide us from the face of him

I P8. xxxiii, 5. He loveth right that I procure unto it. that sitteth on the throne, and

eousness and judgment; the earth Zech. ix, 17. For how great is from the wrath of the Lamb: For is full of the goodness of the LORD. his goodness. the great day of his wrath is come;

Ps. xxxiv, 8. O taste and see Matth. xix, 17. And he said unto and who shall be able to stand?

that the Lord is good: blessed is him, Why callest thou me good?

the man that trusteth in him. there is none good but one, that is, IIIS GOODNESS.

Ps. lii, 1. Why boastest thou God: but if thou wilt enter into Gen. xxxil, 12. And thou saidst, thyself in mischief, O mighty man? life, keep the commandments. I will surely do thee good, and the goodness of God endureth Matth. XX, 15. Is it not lawful make thy seed as the sand of the continually.

for me to do what I will with sea, which cannot be numbered

Ps. Ixix, 16. IIear me, O LORD; mine own? Is thine eye evil, befor multitude.

for thy loving-kindness is good: cause I am good? Exod. xxxiii, 19. And he said, I turn unto me according to the Mark x, 18. And Jesus said unto will make all my goodness pass multitude of thy tender mercies. him, Why callest thou me goodi? before thee, and I will proclaim the name of the Lord before thee; to Israel, even to such as are of a God.

Ps. lxxiii, 1. Truly God is good there is none good but one, that is, and will be gracious to whom I clean heart.

Rom. ii, 4. Or despisest thou will be gracious, and will shew

Ps. lxxxvi, 5. For thou, Lord, the riches of his goodness, and mercy on whom I will show

art good, and ready to forgive; forbearance, and long-suffering: mercy.

and plenteous in mercy unto all not knowing that the goodness of Exod. xxxiv, 6. And the LORD them that call upon thee.

God leadeth thee to repentance. passed by before him, and pro

Ps. ciil, 5. Who satisfieth thy Rom. xi, 22. Behold therefore claimed: The Lord, the LORD God, mouth with good things; so that the goodness and severity of God: merciful and gracious, long-sutler

on them which fell, severity; but ing; and abundant in goodness thy youth is renewed like the eagle's.

toward thee, goodness, if thou and truth. 2 Sam. vii. 28. And now, O Lord men would praise the LORD for his

Ps. crii, 8, 15, 21, 31. O that continue in his goodness. God, thou art that God, and thy goodness, and for his wonderful

HIS MERCY. words be true, and thou hast pro- works to the children of men! Oh mised this goodness unto thy ser- that men would praise the LORD

MERCY OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH vant. for his goodness, and for his won

FAITIIFULNESS AND TRUTH, 1 Chron. xvi, 34. O give thanks derful works to the children of (See under HIS TRUTH.) unto the LORD; for he is good: formen! Oh that men would praise Exod. xv, 13. Thou in thy mercy bis mercy endureth for ever. the Lord for his goodness, and for hast led forth the people which

2 Chron. v, 13. It came even to his wonderful works to the chil. thou hast redeemed..... pass, as the trumpeters and sing- dren of men! Oh that men rould

Exod. xxxiv, 6, 7. And the Lord ersrrere as one, to make one praise the LORD for his goodness, passed by before hiin and prosound to be heard in praising and and for his wonderful works to claimed, The Lord, the LORD God, thanking the Lord, and when they the children of men!

merciful and gracious. lifted up their voice with the P3. cxviii, 1, 29. O give thanks Keeping mercy for thousands, fortrumpets, and cymbals, and in- unto the Lord; for he is good: be- giving iniquity, and transgression, struments of musick, and praised cause his mercy endureth for ever. and sin. the LORD, sying, For he is good; o give thanks unto the LORD; for for his mercy endureth for ever:

Num. xiv, 18. The LORD 13 longhe is good: for his mercy endureth suffering, and of great mercy, forthat then the house was filled for ever.

giving iniquity and transgreswith a cloud, even the house of the P3. cxxxvi, 1. O give thanks sion. LORD. unto the LORD; for he is good: for

Deut. iv, 31. (For the Lord thy Ezra viil, 18. And, by the good lis mercy endureth for ever.

God is a merciful God;) he will not hand of our God upon us, they Ps. cxliv, 2. My goodness, and forsake thee, neither destroy brought us a man of understand my fortress.

thee. ing, of the sons of Mahli, the son

P3. cxlv, 7, 9. They shall abon- 2 Sam. xxii, 51. He is the tower of Levi, the son of Israel; and She- dantly utter the memory of thy of salvation for his king; and shewrebiah, with his sons and his great goodness, and shall sing of eth merey to his anointed, unto brethren, eighteen.

ihy righteousness. The LORD és David, and to his seed for everNch. v, 19. Think npon me, my good to all; and his tender mercies more. God, for good, according to all are over all his works.

Ezra vii, 28. And hath extended that I have done for this people. Isa. Ixiii, 7. I will mention the mercy unto me befure the king

P3. xxi, ,3. For thou prevent- loving-kindnesses of the Lord, and and his counsellors, and before ali est him with the blessings of the praises of the Lord), according the king's mighty princes and I Goodness: thou settest a crown of to all that the LORD hath bestowed

was strengthened as the hand of on us, and the great goodness to the LORD my God was upon me; pure gold on his head.

ward the house of Israel, which he and I gathered together out of Ps. xxv, 7, 8. Remember not the hath bestowed on them according Israel chief men to go up with me. sins of my youth, nor my uans- to his mercies, and according to gressions: according to thy mercy the multitude of his loving-kind-art a God ready to pardon, graci

Neh. ix, 17, 31. ... But thou remember thou me for thy good. nesses. ness' sake, O LOR). Good and up

ous and merciful.

NeverJer, xxxi, 14. And I will satiate theless, for thy great mercles' right is the LORD: therefore will the soul of the priests witli fatness, sake, thou didst not utterly conle teach sinners in the way. and my people shall be satisfied

sume them, nor forsake them: for Ps. sxvii, 13. I had fainted, un- with my goodne:s, saith the LORD. thou art a gracious and merciful less I had believed to sco the Jer. xxxiii, 9. They shall God

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