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Rev.1.5. And unto Fesus Christ, who is the faith

full witneße, and the forft begotten of the dead, and the Prince of the Kings of the earth, unto bim that loved' us, and washed us from our fins in his own blood. V.18. I am he that liveth, and was dead, and

behold I am alive for evermore, Amen. Rom.4.25. Who was delivered for our offences,

and was raised again for our justification. Acts 2:24. whom God hath raised up, having

loosed the paines of death, becanse it was not

paßible that he should be holden of it. Luke 24.39, Behold my hands, and my feet, that

it is I my self, handle me, and fee, før a spirit

hath not flesh and bones, as ye fee me have. V.40, And when he had thus poken, he shewed

them his hands, and bis feet. V.46. And said unto them, Thus it is written, and thus it behooved Chrift to suffer, and to rise

from the dead the third day. Rom.6.9. Knowing that Christ being raised from

the dead, dieth no more, death hath no more

dominion over him. Acts 13.32. And we declare unto you glad ti.

dings,bow that the promise which was made unto the Fathers, V.33. God hath fulfilled the fame unto their Children, in that he hath raised up Fesus again, as it is also written in the second Psalme, theu art my son, this day have i begotten thee.

V.35. Wherefore he faith also in another Psalme, thou shall not fwffer thine holy One to fee corrupti

tion. V.36. For David after he had served his owne generation, by the will of God

fell on sleep, and was laid unto his Fathers, and saw Corruptior. V.37. But he whom God raised again faw no

Corruption. A&s 4:33. And with great power gave the Apo

ftles witresle of the resurrection of the Lord fesus, and great Grace was, upon them all. 1 Pet.1.3. Blesed be the God, and Father of our

Lord Fesus Christ, which according to his abun-
dant
mercy

hath begotten us again to a lively hope, by the resurrection of Fesus Christ from

the dead. A&S 26.22. Having therefore obtained help of

God, I continue unto this day, witnessing bosh to small and great, saying none other things than those which ihe Prophets and Moses did say should V.33. That Christ should come, and that he should be the first that should rise from the dead, and sbould few Lighi unto the people, and to

the Gentiles. John 20.24. But Thomas, one of the Twelve,

called Didimus, was not with them when Fefus

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V.25. The other. Disciples therefore said unto him we bave seen ile Lord; but he said unto

them,

them, except I shall see in his hands the print of the Nails, and thruft my hand into his side,

I will not beleeve. V.26. And after eight daies again, his Disciples were within, and Thomas with them, then came Fesus, the doors being fout, and stood in the

midst, and said, peace be unto you. V.27. Then faith be unte Thomas, Reach hither

tby finger, and behold my hands, and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into my side, and

be not faithlesse, but beleeving. V.38. And Thomas answered, and said unto

him, My Lord, and My God, A&s 1.3. To his Apostles also be shewed himself

alive, after his paßion by many infallible proofs, being seen of them fourty daies, and speaking of tbe things pertaining to the Kingdome of

God. Rom.1.4. And declared to be the son of God with

power, according to the Spirit of Holineffe ; by the Resurrection of the dead. Cor.15.4. And that he was buried, and that he

rose again, the third day, according to the ScripV.5. And that he was seen of Cephas, ther of the

twelve. V.6. After that he was seen of above five hund

red brethren at once; of whom the greater part remain unto this present, but fome are fallen a flеер.

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V.7. After that he was seen of Fames, then of

all the Apostles. V.12. Now if Christ be preached that he rose from the dead, how fay some among you, that there is no Refurrection of the dead? V.14. And if Christ be not risen, then is our

preaching vain, and your faith is also vain. V.20. But now is Christ risen from the deady and

become the firft fruits of them that Nept, i Thef.4.14. For if we beleove that Fefus died,

and rose again, even so them also which seep in

Fesus, will God bring with him.
Col.3.1. If ye then be rifer with Christ; seek

those things which are above, where Christ fit-
teth on the right Hand of God.

Ascended into Heaven.

Mark 16.19. so then after the Lord had poker

unto them, he was received up into Heaven,

and sat on the right hand of God. Luke 24.50. And he led them ont as far as to

Bethany, and he lift up his hands and blesed

thems. : 1.51. And it came to pase while he bleßed them,

he was parted from them, and carried wpisto A&s 1.9. And when he had spoken these things,

while they beheld, he was taken up, and a clond received him out of their fight.

Heaven.

V.10. And while they looked ftedfastly towards

Heaven, as he went up, behold two men stood by

them in white apparell. V.11. Which also said, ye men of Galilee, sohy

ftand ye gazing up into Heaven ? This fame Fesus which is taken up from you into Heaven, Thall so come in like manner as ge have seen him gee imto Heaves. I Pec.3.22. Who is gone into Heaven, and is on

the right hand of God; Angels, and Authori

ties, and powers being made subject unto him. Col.2.15. And baving Spoiled Principalities and

Powers, he made a few of them openly, trium

phing over them in it. Joho 14.2. In my Fathers house are many mansi

ons, if it were not so I would have told you, 1go

to prepare a place for you. Heb.6.20, whither the forerunner is for us ente

red, even Fefe made an high Priest for ever

after the Order of Melchizedek. Eph.4.8. Wherefore he faith, when he ascended up on high, he led Captivity Captive, and gave gifts unto mes. V.9. Now that he ascended, what is it, but that he also descended first into the lower parts of the earth? V.10. He that descended is the same also that ascended up, far above all Heavens, that he

might fill all things. Pfal.68.18. Thou hast ascended on high, thou haft

, led

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