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himself stood in the midst of them, and faith unto them, Peace be unto you. 37. But they were terrified and affrighted, and supposed that they had seenf a spirit. 38. And he said unto them, Why are ye troubled, and why do thoughts arise in your hearts? 39. Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I my self: * handle me, and see, for a spirit hath not flesh a»d bones, as ye fee me have. 40. And when he had thus spoken, he shewed them his hands and his feet. 41. And while they yet believed not h for joy, and wondred, he said unto them, 1 Have ye here any meat? 42. And they gave him a piece of a broiled fish, and of an honeycomb. 43. And he took»r, and did eat before them. 44. And he said unto them, k These are the words which I spake unto you, while I was yet with you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the law of Moses, and in the Prophets, and in the Psalms concerning me. 45. Then 1 opened he their understanding, that they might understand the scriptures. 46. And said unto them, m Thus it is written, and thus it behoved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day. 47. And that n Repentance and 0 remission of sins should be preached in his name a
the Doors were shut, where the Hands; and reach hither thy Disciples were assembled for fear Hand, and thrust it into my Side: of the Jews, came Jesus and stood and be not faithless, but believinthemidst, and faith unto them, ing. ijoh. I.i. Which we have Peace be unto you. Joh. 21.1.S seen with our Eyes, which we have After these things, Jesus sieved looked upon, and our Hands have himself again to the Disciples at handled of the Word of Life, the Sea of Tiberias.— Acts 1. 3. h V Gen. 45. 26. Joseph is yet To whom he shewed himself alive alive, and he is Governour over after his Passion, by many infalli-10 all the Land of Egypt. And Jable Proofs, being seen of them cobs Heart fainted, for he believed fttyOays.— Acts 10.40,41. Him them not.
God raised up the third Day, and 'f Joh. 21. 10. Bring of the JWd him openly, not to all the Fish which ye have now caught. People, but unto Witnesses, chosen 15 k V See on Mat. iS. 21. Wore of God, even to us, who >t Acts 16. 14. Whose Heart jud eat and drink with him after the Lord opened, that slie attended «>"•/« from the Dead. to the things which were spoken of
• Mar. 6. 49. When they Paul. »w him walking on the Sea, they 20 "> f Psal 22. Isa. 53. t Acts 17. faffed it had been a Spirit, and 3. The Wards under Ver. 26. "i'dout. n See on Mat. 4. 17.
81 Joh.20 20,57-He shewed unto °Jer. 31. 34. I will forgive their wj-a his Hands, and his Side. — Iniquity, and I will remember their '.hen faith he to Thomas, Reach 25 Sin JW more, t Acts 13.38. Be it hither thy Finger, and behold my knoan mong » all nations, b beginning at Jerusalem. 48. And ye are c witnesses of these things. 49. ^[ And behold, I fend the d promise of my Father upon you: but tarry ye in the
known unto you therefore, Men and Iniquities. Brethren, that through this Man is c t Joh. 15. 17. Ye also stall freached unto you forgiveness of Sins. bear witness, because ye have beta Heb. 8.12. I will be merciful to with me from the Beginning, their Unrighteousness,md their Sins Actsi. 8, 22. —Ye shall be We and their Iniquities will I remember nesses unto me, both in Jerusalem, no more, i ljoh. a. n. I write and in all Judea, and inSamarij, unto you little Children, because and unto the uttermost Part of your Sins are forgiven you for his the Earth. —Must one be orNames fake. iodafned to be a Witness with us of
"a Psal. a. 8. Ask of me, and I his Resurrection. Actsj.JJ.Tnij will give thee the Heathen for thine Jesus hath God raised up,«hereInheritance,&nd theuttermostP<»rf/of of we all are Witnesses. A9s 3. the Earth for thy Possession. Pfal. 15. Whom God hath raised from 22. 17. All the Ends of the World 15 the Dead, whereof we are ffWstall remember and turn unto the fes. Acts 4. 33. With greac Power Lord; and all the Kindreds of the gave the apostles witness of the ReNations shall worship before thee, surrection. Acts $. 3a. We are Isa. 49. 6. —I will also give thee Witnesses of these things; and so for a Light to the Gentiles, that thou ao is also the holy Ghost, whom God mayst be my Salvation unto the hath given to them that obey him. End ofthe Earth. Hos. a. aj. —» Acts 10. 39. We are Witnep.s of all I will have mercy upon her that things which he did borh in rhe had not obtained mercy, and Iwill Land of the Jews, and in Jerusasay to them which were not my Peo- 2 j lem.— Acts 13.31. He was ^eta pie, Thou art my People; and they many Days of them which came stall fay, Thou art my God. Joel up with him from Galilee to Jeru3. 11. Assemble your selves, and salem, who are his Witnefes unw come, all ye Heathen— Mai. 1. the People. 1 Per. 5. t. ~~ \ 11. From the Rising of the Sun e--0Witnefs of the Sufferings « *en unto the going down of the Christ.—
fame, my Name shall be great a- a Isa. 44. 3. — I will pour mj tnong the Gentiles, and in every Spirit upon thy Seed, and my SMPlace Incense Hull be offered to ling upon thine Offspring. Jer my Name, and a pure Offering: 31. 33. This shall be the Cow**? for my Name shall be great among 3 5 that I will make with the Home the Heathen, faith the Lord of of Israel, After those Days, fait" Hosts. Gal. J. 28. There is nei- the Lord, I will put my therjew nor Greek, there is nei- their inward Parts, and writtft >n ther bond ncr free, there is neither their Hearts, and will be theit male nor female: for ye are ail4°God, and they shall be' me in Christ Jesus. pie Ezek. 35. 2<S. A new Heart
h Isa. 2. 3. Mic. 4. 2. —Out of also will I give you, and a Zion shall go forth1 the Law, and the Spirit will I put within yoUr" Word of the Lord from Jerusalem.** f Joh. 14. 16, 26*. I will P»y thc Acts 3. 26. Unro you first, God Father, and he shall give y<m having raited up his Son Jesus, ther Comforter, that he mays'"'1 sent him to bless you in turning with you for ever. The C'^^v away every one of you from his wtuC
city of Jerusalem, until ye be e endued with power from on high. 50. ^[ And he led them out f as far as to Bethany: and he lift up his hands, and blessed them. 51, And 8 it came to pals, while he blessed them, he was parted from them, and carried up into heaven. 52. And they h worshipped him, and returned to Jerusalem with great joy: 53. And were continually * in the temple, praising and blesling God. Amen.
which is the Holy Ghost, whom might receive the Promise of the
the Father will fend in my Name, Spirit through Faith.
he shall teach you all things, and e Acts i. 8. Ye shall receive
bring all things to your Remem- Power after that the Holy Ghost is
trance, whatsoever I have said $ come upon you.—
unto you. * Joh. iy. 26. When ffActsi. la. Then returned
the Comforter is come, whom I will they unto Jerusalem, from the
send unto you from the Father, e- Mount called Olivet, which is from
ven the Spirit of Truth which pro- Jerusalem a Sabbath-days Jour
wdeth from the Father, he stall 1 o ney.
testifie of me. f Joh. 16. 7. Ne- * * Mar. 16". 19. So then after vertheless, I tell you the Truth; the Lord had spoken unto them, it is expedient for you that I go a- he was received up into Heaven, and way: for if I go not away, the fat on the right Hand of God. Cmftrter will not come unto you;1 J* Act. 1. 9. When he had spoken but if I depart, I will send him un- these Things, while they beheld, to you. * Acts x. 4. — Com- he was taken up, and a Cloud remandedthem that they stould not ceived him out of their Sight, depart from Jerusalem, but wait h '.' Mat. 28. 9, 17. They came ">r the Promise of the Father, aoand held him by the Feet, and which, faith he, ye have heard of worjbiffed him. When they saw f Acts 2. 1, &c, 33. When him, they worshipped him, but some the Day of Pentecost was fully doubted.
come, (yc. Jesus having received * '.' Acts a. 46. They continuw the Father the Promise of the 25 ing daily with one accord in the ftjyGbost, he hath sted forth this Temple. Acts 5. 42. And daily in *hich ye now fee and hear. Gal. the Temple, and in every House, 3-'4- That the Blessing of Abra- they ceased not to teach, and «n might come on the Gentiles preach Jesus Christ, through Jesus Christ, that we 30
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IN the beginning * was the Word, and the Word was b with God, and c the Word"1 was God. 2. The 'fame was in the beginning with God. 3. f All things were
* t Prov. 8. 2i, 54. The Lord cause I said I am the Sen ofGid? ftjstfsed me in the Beginning of his e * Gen.1.1.In the Beginning Gcd Way, before his Works of old. created the Heaven and the Earth. When there were no Depths, I west f 1 Cor. 8. 6. To us there u brought forth: when there were 5 but one God the Father, of wbm are no Fountains abounding with all Things, and we in him; and Water, t Col. r. 17. He is before one Lord Jesus Christ, ffwbm«e mU things, and by him all things all Things, and we by him. Eph. confist. t 1 Joh. 1. 1. That which 3.9. —Who created all things by was from the Beginning.— t Rev. 10 Jesus Christ. Psal. 33.5. By the 19.13. —His Name is called,The Word of the Lord were the HitWord of God. vent made; and all the Host of b f Prov. 8. 30. Then was I by them by the Breath of his Mouth, him,*/ *ne brought up with him: Gen. t. 6,9. God said, Let there be and I was daily his delight, rejoi- j 5 a Firmament in the midst of the cing always before him. f Joh. Waters.— Godsaid.'Ltt the Watert 17. J. And now, O Father, glorifie under the Heaven be gathered tothou me with thine own self, with gether unto one Place, and let the the Glory I had with thee before the dry Land appear; and it was soWorld was. t 1 Joh. 1. a. The io* Col. 1. 16. By him were all things Life was manifested, and we have created that are in Heaven, ana feen it, and bear Witness, and that are in Earth, visible, and »aw'" shew unto you that Eternal Life fible, whether they be Thrones, or v.-hich was with the Fa:her, and was Dominions, or Principalities, or manifested unto us. 15 Powers*- al! Things were created^
c 7 Phil. 1. j, 8. Let this mind himfM for him. + Heb. I. fee in you, which was also in By whom also he made the Worlds. Christ Jesus. And being found in a Pet. 3. j. For this they willingly Fashion as a Man, he humbled him- are ignorant of, that by the Wwi self.— 3 0 of God, the Heavens were of old,
••Job. 5. 18. The Jews sought3 and the Earth standing outofthe the more to kill him, because he Water, and in the Water. fReV' act only had broken the Sabbath, 4. it. Thou art worthy, 0 Lord, but said also that God was his Fa- to receive Glory, and Honour,**' ther, making himself equal with,. Power: for theu hast ertsttid God. Joh 10.33,36. For a good things, and for thy Pleasure they are, W'ork we Stone thee not; but for and were created. Wisd. Blasphemy, and because that thou Wisdom was with thee: w0'^ being a Man, makest thy self God. knoweth thy Works, and **£f Say ye of him, whom the Father sent when thou tnadest the World, hath sanctified, and sent into the *° and knew what was acceptable • World, Thou blasphemest; be- thy Sight, and right itt toy Com
i) made by him j and without him was not any thing nade that was made. 4. 8 In him was life, and h the life /as the light of men. 5. And 1 the light sliineth in darkless, and the darkness comprehended it not. )• % k There was a man sent from God,whose Year of our aame was John. 7. The same came for a wit- Lord i6' less, to 1 bear witness of the light, that all nen through him might believe. 8. He was m not that ight, but was sent to bear witness of that light. 9. n That was the 0 true light, which lighteth every man that com2th into the world. 10. He was in p the world, and the
81 Joh. 5. 3.6. For as the Father but now are ye Light in the hath Life in himself, so hath he giv Lord.—
n to the Sou to have Life in bint. k t Ver. 33. t Mai. 3. 1. Bes# t 1 Joh. 5. 11. This is the hold, I will fend my Messenger, Record that God hath given to us 5 and he shall prepare the Way beittrntl Life: and this Lift is in fore me.— * Mat. 3. 1. In those his Son. Days came John the Baptist preach
h tjoh. 8. 12. Then spake Jesus ing in the Wilderness of Judea, 'gain unto them, saying, I am the Mat. 11. 10. This is he of whom tyht of the World: he that sol-10 it is written, Behold, I fend my loweth me, shall not walk in Dark- Messenger before thy Face, which ness,but (ball have the Light of mail prepare thy Way before thee.
t Joh. 9. j. As long as I am 1 Acts 19. 4. John verily baptiin the World, I am the Light of zed with the Baptism of Repentance, the World. +Joh. 12. 46. I am'5 saying unto the People, that they come a Light into the World, that mould believe on him that stiouli whosoever believeth on me mould come after him, that is, on Christ not abide in Darkness. Jesus.
't Joh. 3.19. This is the Con- ,nJoh. 3. 18. Ye yourselves oemnation, that Light is come in-20 bear me witness, that I said, I am to the World, and Men loved not the Christ, but am sent before wkness rather than Light, be- him. "use their Deeds were Evil. Joh. "t Ver. 4. 'M5- Jesus said unto them, Yet 0 See on Joh. 8.13. a little while is the Light with1 you :s 5 p f Heb. 1. 2. The Words under *'lk while ye have the Light, lest Ver. 3. * Heb. 11. 3. Through y-tlcness come upon you.— Eph. Faith we understand that the Worldt 5.8. ye
were sometimes Darkness, were
jO The Hebrews, when they would fay a thing with the greatest Force jnd Certainty, are wont to express it both affirmatively, and negative>y >as,He shall live, and not die ;that is, he shall most assuredly live ; so here, "» Things were made ly him, and without him was not ani thing made that was that is, he made all Creatures without exception, and consequent'y> he himself is not a Creature ; because it is absolutely impossible that anY thing should ever make it self: But then, if he be,and yet was never it is certainly true that he always was, even from all Eternity, Arch-Bifhop Tiltttfn concerning the Divinity of our Blessed Saviour, "njoh.i.14.