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of the lamb is taken away from ice made by fire unto the LORD, | sufficient to burn, nor the beasts
the sacrifice of the peace-offerings; and their sin-offering before the thereof sufficient for a burnt-offer-
and the priest shall burn them LORD, for their ignorance : And it ing.
upon the altar, according to the shall be forgiven all the congrega-
offerings made by fire unto the tion of the children of Israel, and

Heb. ix, 9, 10. Which roas a LORD: and the priest shall make the stranger that sojourneth figure for the time then present, an atonement for his sin that he among them; seeing all the people in which were offered both gifts bath committed, and it shall be were in ignorance.

and sacrifices, that could not make

him that did the service perfect, forgiven him.

Deut. xii, 7, 12. And there ye
Lev. v, 13. And the priest shall eat before the LORD your which stood only in meats and

as pertaining to the conscience;
shall make an atonement for him, God; and ye shall rejoice in all drinks, and divers washings, and
18 touching his sin that he hath that'ye put your hand unto, ye carnal' ordinances, imposed
zinned in one of these, and it shall and your households, wherein the them until the time of reforma-
be forgiven Lim: and the remnant LORD thy God bath blessed thee. tion.
shall be the priest's, as a meat-

And ye shall rejoice before the offering LORD your God, ye, and your sous,

Heb. x, 1-4, 11. For the law havLev. xv, 14, 15. And on the and your daughters, and your ing a shadow of good things to Ighth day he shall take to him

men-servants, and your maid-ser- come, and not the very image of two turtle-doves, or two young vants, and the Levite that is with the things, can never with those pigeons, and come before the

in your gates; forasmi uch as he sacrifices which they offered year LORD unto the door of the taber

hath no part nor inheritance with! by year, continually make the acle of the congregation, and you.

comers thereunto perfect. FO give them unto the priest. And

Neh. xii, 43. Also that day they to be offered ? because that the

then would they not have ceased be priest shall offer them, the one or å sin-offering, and the other offered great sacrifices, and reor a burnt - offering; and the joiced: for God had made them worshippers once purged should priest shall make an 'atonement rejoice with great joy: the wives have had no more conscience of

sins. But in those sacrifices there or him before the LORD for his also and the children rejoiced: so that the joy of Jerusalem was

is a remembrance again made of ssue.

sids every year.

For it is not Num. XV, 25, 26. And the priest heard even afar ofi.

possible that the blood of bulls ball make an atonemeni tor all

and of goats should take away he congregation of the children THEIR SPIRITUAL INEFFI. sing. And every priest standeth of Israel, and it shall be forgiven

CACY.

daily ministering and offering hem; for it is ignorance; and they

oftentimes the same sacrifices iball bring their offering, a sacri. Isa. x1, 16. And Lebanon is not which can never take away sins.

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BCRIPTURE.

Noah, and to his sons with him, nėss of Sinai, In the first bonth of DIVINE REVELATION. saying.

the second year after they wers

come out of the land of En 2 Kings xxi, 10. And the LORD

TO MOSES IN Exodus. saying. And the LORD spulas spake by his servants tbe propbets, saying.

Ecod. vi, 10; xili,1; xiv, 1; XVI, 11; unto Moses, saying. Ps. cxix, 105. Thy word is a

XXV, 1; XXX, 11, 17, 22; xxxi, 1, 12. Num. x, 1; xill, 1; IV, 1. 17. A3 lamp unto my feet, and a light and the LORD spake unto Moses, the LORD spake unto Moses, SF unto my path. saying.

ing. Ps. cxxxviii, 2. I will worship unto all the congregation of the children of Israel, and state

Ed. XXXV, 4. And Moses spake Num. XV, 18, 37. Speak onto the toward thy holy temple, and praise thy name for thy loving children of Israel, saying. This is them, When ye come into the kindness and for thy truth: for the thing which the LORD com. land 'whitler I bring you. And

the LORD spake unto Moses, sac thou hast magnified thy word manded, saying. above all thy name.

Exod. xl, 1. And the LORD spake

ing. Prov. vi, 23. For the commandunto Moses, saying.

Num. xvi, 23, 36, 44; xvii, 1; T. ment is a lamp; and the law is

25; xx, 7; xxv, 10. xxvii, 1. And the light; reproofs of instruction

IN LEVITICUS.

LORD spake unto Moses, say. are the way of life.

Lev. iv, 1; v, 14; vi, 1, 8, 10, 24;

Num. XXX, 1. And Moses sals

onto the heads of the tribes ore Prov. xxil, 20. Have not I writ- vii, 22, 28; viii, 1; xii, 1; xiv, 1. And ten to thee excellent things in the LORD spake unto Moses, say- cerning the children of 152 counsels and knowledge? Ing.

saying. This is the thing wc

the LORD bath commanded John xvi, 12. I have yet many Lev. XVI, 1. And the LORD spake

Num. xxxi, 25. Aod tbe Las things to say unto you, but ye can-unto Moses, after the death of the not bear them now.

two sons of Aaron, when they spake unto Moses, saying. 1 Cor. xiv, 36, 37. What! came

offered before the LORD, and died. Num, xxiii. 50. And the La the word of God out from you? or Lev. xvii, 1; xviii, 1; xix, 1; xx, 1; spake unto Moses in the plain came it unto you only? If any xxi, 16; xxii, 1, 17, 26; 'xxii, 1, 9, 23. Moab, by Jordan ficar Jericht man think himself to be a prophet, 26, 33; xxiv, 1, 13, xxv, 1. And the saying. or spiritual, let him acknowledge LORD spake unto Muses, saying. Num. XXXIV, 1, 16. And the that the things that I write unto

LORD spake unto Moses, saying

Lev. XXVI, 46. These are the you are the commandments of the statutes and judgments and laws

Num. XXXV, 1,9. And the 100 Lord.

which the LORD made between spake unto Moses in the plained 1 Thess, ii, 13. For this cause him and the cbildren of Israel in Moab, by Jordan rear Jericho also thank we God without ceas- mount Sinai by the hand of saying, And the LORD Spoki ing, because, when ye received Moses.

unto Moses, saying. the word of God which ye heard

Lev xxvii, 1, 34. And the LORD

Num. XXXVI, 13. These are the of us, yo received it not as the spake unto Moses, saying. These commandments and the la word of men, but (as it is in truth) are the commandments, which

ments which the LORD com the word of God, which effec- the LORD commanded Moses for

ed by the hand of Moses untet tually worketh also in you that the children of Israel in mount

children of Israel in the plais3 believe. Sinai,

Moab by Jordan near Jeriche 2 Tim. fii, 16. All scriptura is given by inspiration of God, and

IN NUMBERS.

IN DEUTERONONT. 1.3 profitable for doctrine, for re- Num. 1, 1, 48. And the LORD

Deut. 1, 1--3. These be tbe sees proof, for correction, for instruc- spake unto Moses in the wilder

which Moses spake unto all laris tion in righteousness. ness of Sinai, in the tabernacle of

on this side Jordan in the videt 2 Pet. i, 19-21. We have also a the congregation, on the first day ness, in the plain over againsicht more sure word of prophecy; of the second month, in the second

Red sea, betweeu

Parae ad whereunto ye do well that ye take year after they were come out of Tophel, and Laban, and Hazert. heed, as unto a light that shineth the land of Egypt, saying. For and Dizahab. (There are elett in a dark place, until the day the Lord had spoken unto Moses, days' journey from Horeb, by dawn, and the day-star arise in saying.

way of mount Seir, unto Kated your hearts: Knowing this first, Num. iii, 5, 11, 14, 44. And the the fortieth year, in the elevenia

barnea) and it came to pass that no prophecy of the scripture LORD spake unto Moses, saying month, on the first day of a is of any private interpretation. And the Lord spake unto Moses month, that Moses spake unto the For the prophecy came not in old in the wilderness of Sinai, saying. children of Israel, according to time by the will of man; but holy And the LORD spake unto Moses, all that the LORD had given men of God spake as they were saying. moved by the Holy Ghost.

in commandment unto thien. Num. iv, 21; V, 1, 5, 11; VI, 1, 22; INSTANCES, viii, 1, 5, 23. And the LORD spake law which Moses set before the

Deut, iv, 44, 45. And this at the unto Moses, saying GOD TO NOAH

children of Israel. These are the Num. 1x, 1, 9. And the LORD testimonies, and the statutes, 178 Gen. ix, 8. And God spake unto spake unto Moses in the wilder- the judgments,

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spake unto the children of Israel, I be right; and I hate every false unto you throughont your gener.
after they camo forth out of way. Thy testimonies that thou ations in all your dwellings.
Egypt.
hast commanded are righteous

Deut. xxxi, 21. And it shall
Deut. xxxii, 48. And the Loto and very faithful. Thy word is

come to pass, wben many evils spake unto Moses that self-same very pure: therefore thy servant and troubles are befallen them.

loveth it. Thy righteousness is that this song shall testify against day, saying.

an everlasting righteousness, and them as a witness.
To MOSES AND AAROX.

thy law is the truth. Thou art
near, O LORD; and all thy com; shall drop as the rain, my speech

Deut. xxxli, 2, 47. My doctrine
Erod. vii, 8. And the LORD

mandments are truth. Thy word spake unto Moses and unto Aaron, is true from the beginning and shall distil as the dew..... For saying.

every one of thy righteous judg. it is not a vain thing for you; beExod. xii, 1. And the LORD menis endureth for ever.

cause it is your life: and through

this thing ye shall prolong your spake unto Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying.

Prov. xxx, 5. Every word of days in the land whether ye go

God is pure: he is a shield unto over Jordan to possess it. Lev. xi, 1. And the LORD spake them that put their trust in him. unto Moses and to Aaron, saying

P3. xix, 7. The law of the LORD unto them.

Eccles. xii, 10. The Preacher is perfect, converting the soul: tho

sought to find out acceptable testimony of the LORD is sure, Lev. xili, 1; xiv, 33; xv, 1. And words: and that which was writ-making wise the simple.

the Lord spake unto Moses and ten was upright, even words of Ps. cxix, 96, 144, 152. I have 7 Aaron, saying.

truth.

seen an end of all perfection: but Num. II, 1; iv, 1, 17; xiv, 26; XVI, Luke 1, 1-4. Forasmuch as many thy commandment is exceeding 20; xix, 1. And the LORD spake have taken in hand to set forth broad. The righteousness of thy unto Moses and Aaron, saying. in order a declaration of those testimonies is everlasting: give Num. XX, 23.

And the LORD things which are most surely be- me understanding, and I shall E spake unto Moses and Aaron in lieved among us, Even as they live. Concerning thy testimonies, spik mount Hor, by the coast of the delivered them unto us, which I have known of old that thou hast Il land of Edom, saying.

from the beginning were eye- founded them for ever.

witnesses, and ministers of the Isa. xl, 8. The grass withereth, To MOSES AND ELEAZAR.

word; It seemed good to me also, the flower fadeth; but the word Num. XXVI, 1. And it came to baving had perfect understanding of our God shall stand for ever.

of all ihings from the very first, to pass after the plague, that the write unto thee in order, most

Isa. Iv, 10, 11. For as the rain
LORD spake unto Moses and unto excellent Theophilus, That thou cometh down, and the snow from
Eleazar the son of Aaron the mightest know the certainty of heaven, and returneth not thither,
priest, saying.

those things wherein thou hast but watereth the earth, and mak
been instructed.

oth it bring forth and bud, that it
TO A ARON.

may give seed to the sower, and Lev. x, 8. And the LORD spake to them, These are the words word be that goeth forth out of my

Luke xxiv, 44. And he said un-bread to the eater: So shall my

which I spake unto you, while I mouth: it shall not return unto
TO JOSHUA.

was yet with you, that all things me void, but it shall accomplish
must be

fulfilled which were that which I please, and it shall Josh. IV, 15; XX, 1. And the LORD written in the law of Moses, and prosper in the thing whereto I spake unto Joshua. saying.

in the Prophets, and in

the

sent it
Psalms, concerning me.
То Јов.

Jer. xxiii, 29. 18 not my word
Job xxxviii, 1. Then the LORD

John xvii, 17. Sanctify them like as a fire? saith the Lord; and answered Job "out of the whirl through thy truth: thy word is like a hammer that breaketh the wind, and said. truth.

rock in pieces? Job xl, 1, 6. Moreover, the LORD

John xxi, 24. This is the dis- Jatth. v, 17, 18. Think not that answered 'Job, and said.Then ciple which testifieth of these I am come to destroy the law or answered the LORD unto Job but things, and wrote these things the prophets: I am not come to of tbe whirlwind, and said.

and we know that his testimony destroy, but to fulfil. For verily
is true.

I say unto you, Till heaven and 1 (For other instances, see under

earth pass, one jot or one tittle PROPHETS.)

Rom. vii, 12. Wherefore the law stall in no wise pass from the

is holy, and the commandment law, till all be fulfilled.
TRUTH OF SCRIPTURE.
holy, and just, and good.

Mark iv, 14, 20. The sower 2 Sam. xxii, 31. As for God, his

2 Cor. I, 13. For we write none soweth the word. And these are Way is perfect; the word of the other things unto you than what they which are sown on good LORD is tried: he is a buckler to yo read or acknowledgo, a nd 1 ground; such as hear the word,

trust ye shall acknowledge even and receive it, and bring forthi Ps, xil, 6. The words of the to the end.

frnit, some thirtyfold, some sixty, LORD are pure words, as silver

and soine an hundred.

Rev. xxi, 5. And he that sat tried in a furnace of earth, purih upon the throne said, Behold, I Luke xvi, 16, 17. The law and

make all things new. And he the prophets were until John:
Ps. xix, 9. The fear of the Lord words are true and faithful.
said unto me, Write: for these

since that time the kingdom of
God is preached, and every man
presseth into it. And it is easier

for heaven and earth to pass, than
ITS POWER AND PERMAN.

one tittle of the law to fail. ENCE.

Luke xxi, 33. Heaven and precepts concerning all things to l shall be for a statate

Num. XXXV, 29. So these things earth shall pass away, but my

judgınent' words shall not pass away.

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all them that trust in him.

seven times

is clean, enduring for ever: the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether.

P8. cxix, 128, 138, 140, 142, 151, 160. Therefore I esteem ail thy

John v, 46, 47. For had ye be

Ps. xix, 11. Moreover by them bath quickened me from lieved Mose9, ye would have is thy servant warned: and in fainteth for thy salvatio: believed me: for he wrote of me. keeping of them there is great re- hope in the word. [nies by But if ye believe not his writings, ward.

law had been my delirbis, lered how shall ye believe my words?

Ps. cxlx, 9, 98-100, 104, 130.

then bave perished in 0% John xv, 3. Nor ye are clean Wherewithal shall a young man

tion. I will never forget to through the word which I bave cleanse his way? By taking heed cepts: for will then then spoken unto you.

thereto according to thy word. quickened me. Thy terce John xx, 31. But these are Thou, through thy command have I taken as an berlage written, that ye might believements, hast made me wiser than

ever: for they are the tejet that Jesus is the Christ, the son mine enemies : for they are ever

of my heart. Trouble and of God; and that believing yo with me. I have more under

have taken hold on the per might have life through bis name. standing than all my teachers; for

commandments are ny thy

I prevented the dawnie do Acts xviii, 29. For he mightily I tion. I understand more than the morning, and cried: 1 year convinced the Jews, and that ancients, because I keep thy pre-thy word. I rejoice at the publickly, shewing by the scrip.

cepts. tures that Jesus was Christ.

as one Andeth great pid Through thy precepts I

ret understanding: therefore I Proo. xxii, 19.21. That thrine Rom. x, 17. So then faith cometh

hate every false way.

The en- may be in the LORD I bare by hearing, and hearing by the

trance of thy words giveth light; known to thee this day, ea* word of God.

it giveth understanding unto the thee. That I might make the 2 Cor. vii, 8. For though I simple.

• know the certainty of the rest made you sorry with a letter, I do Prov. 1, 2-4. To know wisdom truth; that thou mightest w not repeut, though I did repent: and instruction ; to perceive the the words of truth tu leo ile for 1 perceive that the Bame words of understanding; To re

send unto thee? epistle hath made you sorry, ceive the instruction of wisdom,

Jer. xv, 16. And thr werd though it were but for a season. justice, and judgment, and equity; onto me iho joy and rej 2 Cor. x, 9-11. That I may not

To give subtilty to the siniple, to mine heart, for I am called me seem as if I would terrify you by the young man knowledge and name, O LORD God of besta letters. For his letters, say they, discretion.

Acts xv, 30), 31. So sho are weighty and powerful.

130. xxviii, 10, 13. For precept were dismissed, tbeş canet! Let such an one think this, that must be upon precept, precept tioch: and when they were such as we are in word by letters upon precept ; line upon line, ed the multitude tog het. when we are absent, such will line upon line;' here a little, and delivered the epistle way we be also in deed when we are

tbere a little but the word of they had read, they rejtine Le present.

the Lord was unto them precept the consolation. 2 Tim. ii, 15. Study to shew upon precept, precepi upon pre- Rom, xv, 4. For meg thyself approved unto God, acept; line upon line, line upon things were writen * workinan that needeth not to'be line; here a little, and there a

were written for our la ashamed, rightly dividing the little; that they might go, and fall that we through patient word of truth.

backward, and be broken, and comfort of the scriptures sex 2 Tim. ili, 15-17. And that from snared, and taken.

have hope. a child thou hast known the holy their understanding, that they write we unto you, that suf Luke xxiv, 45. Then opened be

1 John í, 4. And these scriplures, which are able to migbt understand the scriptures. may be full. make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ epistles, speaking in them of these

2 Pet. iii, 16, 17. As also in all his Jexus. All Scripture is given by

SCRIPTURE ABOVE TRA! inspiration of God, and is proni-/ things; iu which are some things able for doctrine, for reproof, for

hard to be understood, which they correction, for instruction

that are unlearned and unstable

in righteousness: That the man of wrest, as they do also the other

Sus scribes and Pharisma

Were of Jerusalem, a God may be perfect, thoroughly scriptures, unto their own defurnished unto all good works.

struction. Ye therefore, beloved, Heb. iv, 12. For the word of fore, beware lest ye also, being led seeing ye know these things be tradition or the elders Art

Wash not their hands u bene away with the of wicksharper than any two-edged ed, all from your own stedfast: said unto them, Why does not sword, piercing even to the dividing arunder of soul and spirit,

God by your tradition and of the joints and marrow, and AND OF SPIRITUAL BLESSis a discerner of the thoughts and

INGS. intents of the heart.

came together unto hin the for P8. xix, 8. The statutes of the which came trom Jercums James i, 21. Wherefore, lay LORD are right, rejoicing the when they saw some ut to

: eta fluity of naughtiness, and receive with meeknegg the

LORD is pure, enlightening the ingrafted

is to say, word, which is able to save your

eyes. souls.

P3.cxix, 14, 16, 24. 50, 81, 92, 93, sees, and all the Jews. es.*.

111, 143, 147, 162. I sve rejoiced wash their hands of this THE SOURCE OF INSTRUC

in the way of thy testimonies, as holding the tradition of the TION TO MAN.

much as in all riches. I will de- | And when they 00976 fra

light myself in thy statutes: I will market, except they w Works of men, by the word of thy movies also cre my delighi, and there be which the late MST

P3. xvii, 4. Concerning the not forget thy word. Thy testi- eat not. And many older that of the destroyer. lips I have kept me from the patbe my counsellors. This is my com- to hold, as the fasting

fort in my affliction; for thy word and pots, brazen Tesses,

TIONS Matt. xv, 1-3. Then cam

do thy disciples trang

eat bread. But he ansact

ness.

transgress the companied

Mark vii, 1-5, 7--9.

risees, and certain of the states

with they found faalt. (For the past

tion.

II.

tables.) Then the Pharisees and phets also find no vision from the Isa. XXX, 8. Now go, write it : scribes asked him, Wly walk not LORD.

before them in a table, and note thy disciples according to the tra- Ezek. vii, 26. Mischlef shall

it in a book, that it may be for the dition of the elders, but eat breath come upon mischief, and rumour time to come for ever and ever

with unwashen hands? Howbeit, shall be upon rumour; then shall Jer. xxx, 2. Thus speaketh the is in vain do they worship me, teach. they seek a vision of the prophet: LORD God of Israel, saying, Write

ing for doctrines the commandl, but the law sball perish from the thee all the words that I have ments of men. For, laying aside priest, and counsel from

the spoken unto thee in a book. the commandment of God, yo hold ancients. the adition of men, as the wash

Amos vili, 11--13. Behold, the Take thee a roll of a book, and

Jer, xxxVI, 2, 4, 17, 18, 27-29, 32. ing of pots cups: otver such like things ye do. And days come, suith the Lord God, write therein all the words that I he said unto them, Full well ye land, not a famine of bread, por a Israel, and aguinst Judah, and

that I will send a famine in the bave spoken unto thee against reject the commandment of God; thirst for water, but of bearing against all the nations, from the that ye may keep your own tradi: the words of the Lord: And they day I spake unto thee, from the

Making the word of God of none effect through your tradi- from the north even to the east. day. Then Jeremiah called Baruch

shall wander from sea to sea, and days of Josiah, even unto this tion, which ye have delivered: they shall run to and fro to seek the son of Neriah: and Baruch plove and many such like things do ye.

the word of the LORD, and shall wrote from the mouth of Jeremiah Gal. i, 14. And profited in the not find it. In that day shall the all the words of the LORD, which Jews' religion above many my tair virgins and young men faint he had spoken unto him, upon a equals in mine own nation, being for thirst.

roll of a book. And they asked more exceedingly zealous of the traditions of my fatherg.

Rom. Ili, 1, 2. What advantage Baruch, saying, Tell us now, How then hath the Jew? or what pro- didst thou write all these words

fit is there of circumcision? Much at his mouth? Then Baruch an2 Thess. il, 15. Therefore, breth- every way: chiefly, because that swered them, He pronounced all ren, stand fast, and hold the tradi- unto them were committed the these words unto me with his tions which ye have been taught, oracles of God.

mouth, and I wrote them with ink whether by word, or our epistle.

in the book. Then the word of

the LORD came to Jeremiah, (after PRIVILEGE OF POSSESSING MODE OF RECORD.

that the king had burnt the roll,

and the words which Baruch
SCRIPTURE.
PRINCIPALLY BY WRITING.

wrote at the mouth of Jeremiah.) Deut. iv, 6, 8. Keep therefore, Deut. vi, 9. And thou shalt write saying, Take thee again another and do them; for this is your wise them upon the posts of thy house, roll, and write in it all the former dom and your understanding in and on thy gates.

words that were in the first roll, the sight of the nations, which

Deut. xi, 20. And thou shalt which Jehoiakim the king of
shall hear all these statntes, and write thein upon the door-posts Judah hath burnt. And thou shalt
say, Surely this great nation is
a wise and understanding people.

of thine house. and upon thy say to Jehoiakim king of Judah,
gates.

Thus saith the LORD, Thou hast
And what nation is there so great,
that hath statutes and judgments Deut. xxvii, 2, 3, 8. And it shall thou written therein, saying, The

burnt this roll, saying, Why hast so righteous as all this law, which be, on the day when ye shall pass king of Babylon shall certainly I set before you this day?

over Jordan unto the land which come and destroy this land, and Deut. xxx, 11-14. For this com- the LORD thy God giveth thee shall cause to cease from thence mandmeut,' which I command that thou shalt set thee up great man and beast? Then took Jeretisee this day, it is not bidden stones, and plaster them with miah another roll, and gave it to from thee, neither is it far off

. It plaster; And thou shalt write Baruch the scribe, the son of Neis not in heaven, that thou should- upon them all the words of this riabi; who wrote therein, from the est say, Who shall go up for us to law, when thou art passed over, mouth of Jeremiah, all the

words heaven, and bring it upto us, that that thou mayest go in unto the of the book which Jehoiakim king we may hear it, and do it? Neither land which the LORD thy God of Judah had burnt in the fire: is it beyond the sea, that thou giveth thee, a land that floweth and there were added besides

with milk and honey; as the LORD unto them many like words. shouldest say, Who shall go over the sea for us, and bring it unto God of thy fathers hath promised

Jer. xlv, 1. The word that Jereus, that we may bear it, and do it? thee. And thou shalt write upon But the word is very nigh unto the stones all the words of this miah the prophetspake unto

Baruch the son of Neriah, when thee, in thy mouth, and in thy law very plainly.

he had written these words in a heart, that thou mayest do it. Deut. xxxi, 19, 22. Now there-book at the mouth of Jeremiah,

2 Chr. xv, 3. Now for a long fore write ye this song for you, in the fourth year of Jehoiakim season Israel hath been without and teach it the children of Israel: the son of Josiau king of Judah, the true God, and without a teach- put it in their mouths, that this

saying.
ing priest, and without law.
song may be a witness for me

Jer. II, 60. So Jeremiah wroto
Ps. cxlvii, 19, 20. He sheweth against the children of Israel.
Moses therefore wrote this song

in a book all the evil that should
his word unto Jacob, his statutes
and bis judgments 'unto Israel. the same day, and taught it the come upon Babylon, eren all these
children of Israel.

words that are written against He hath not dealt so with any

Babylon. nation: and as for his judgments, Josh. viii, 32. And he wrote they have not known them. Praise there, upon the stones, a copy of the evening and the morning

Dan. viii, 26. And the vision of ye the LORD.

the law of Moses, which he wrote which was told is true: wherefore Lam. 11, 9. Her gates are sunk in the presence of the children of shut thou up the vision; for it shall into the ground; he hath destroyed Israel.

be for many days. and broken her bars; her king and Isa, viii, 16. Bind up the testi. van. X11, 4,9. Buitnou, o Daniel, her princes are among the Gen mouy, seal the law among my shut up the words, and seal the tiler: the law is no more; her pro- disciples.

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