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Rev. xvii. 4. LORD of Lords.
Rev. xxii. 6, 16. LORD God of the

holy Prophets.
B. Divine Attributes and Properties are

ascribed to Him.
a. Self-existence, John viï. 58. “Be-

fore Abraham was, I AM.” Ex-
istence in the FATHER, John x.38.8
See also John xiv. 10, 11; xvii.

21-23. b. Eternity. 1 John i. 2, “For the

Life was manifested, and we have seen it, and bear witness, and shew unto you that Eternal Life, which was with the FATHER, and was manifested unto us.” See also John i. 1-3; xvii. 5, 24. 1 John v. 20. Heb. i. 10–12.

Rev. i. 8; xxü. 13. c. Immutability. 2 Tim. ii. 13, “If

we believe not, yet He abideth faithful, He cannot deny Him

self.”—See also Heb. vii. 23, 28. d. Omnipotence. John X. 18, “I

have power to lay it (my life) down, and I have power to take it up again.”_See also Matt. xi. 27; xxvii. 19. Luke xxi. 15. John v. 19, 21; xiv. 13. Rom. xv. 18. 2 Cor. xii. 9. Phil. iii. 27. 1 Pet. üi. 22. 2 Pet. i. 3.

Rev. i. 8; xv. 3; xvi. 7. e. Omniscience. John ii. 25, “He

needed not that any should testify of man, for He knew what was in man.” He knows present thoughts. Mark ü. 8. He knows future thoughts. John vi. 64. He

* Iren. Adv. Hæres. iv. iv. § 1. Clem. Alexand. Pæd. lib. 1. cc. vii. viii.

knows what we are doing in any place. John i. 48.

He knows all our circumstances, our parentage. John i. 42.

He knows our inward disposition. John i. 47.-See also Matt. xi. 27. Luke v. 22. John i. 47; vi. 46; xiv. 13, 14; xvi. 30; xxi. 17. Acts i. 24. 1 Cor. iv. 5. Rev.

ü. 23. f. Omnipresence. Matt. xviii. 20.

See also Matt. xxviii. 20. John

iii. 13.
g. Faithfulness. Heb. iii. 2.
h. Truth. Rev. ii. 7.
i. Holiness. Rev. xv. 4.

j. Supremity. Ephes. i. 22. 8. Divine operations are ascribed to Him. a. Generally. Col. i. 16, 17, “For

by Him were all things created, that are in heaven and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers : all things were created by Him, and for Him : and He is before all things, and by Him all things

consist.”_See also Col. iii. 11. b. Creation. John i. 3, “All things

were made by Him, and without Him was not anything made that was made.”-See also John i. 10; xüü. 10. 1 Cor. viii. 6. Col. i. 16.

Heb. i. 2, 10.
c. Providence. Col. i. 17, “By Him

all things consist."
Preservation. 1 Tim. iv. 10,

“The Saviour (i.e. Preserver)
of all men, specially of those
that believe.”

Government. Ephes. i. 22.
Guidance. John x. 3.
See also Matt. xi. 27. Heb. i. 3.

1 Pet. iü. 22.
d. The Dispensation of Divine Gifts.

Rom. x. 12.

Pardon. Matt. ix. 6.
Power to become sons of God.

John i. 12.
Eternal life. John X. 27.
Mission of the HOLY SPIRIT.

John xv. 26.
Appointment of ministers. Eph.

iv. 2.
Overcoming the world. John

xvi. 33.
Repentance. Acts v. 31.
Destruction of Satan. Col.ii.15.
Destruction of the works of

Satan. 1 John üïi. 8.

See also Heb. ii. 14. e. The Resurrection.

Of Himself. John ii, 19, 21.

See also John v. 21; x. 18.
Of all men.

John vi. 40.
See also John vi. 54. 1 Cor.

xv. 22. Phil. iii. 20, 21.
f. The Judgment. Matt. vii. 22.

See also Matt. x. 32; xvi. 27;

xxv. 31-33. Acts x. 42; xvii.

31. Rom. üi. 6. His speech was divine. John vii. 46, “Never man spake as

this man. See also Matt. vii. 28, 29; xiii. 54.

Mark vi. 2. Luke iv. 22. 5. His works were divine. John ii. 11. n. His second coming will prove His Di

vinity. 2 Tim. iv. 8. See also 1 Tim. vi. 15.

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0. Divine Titles are given to Him.

Image of GOD. Heb. i. 3.
Day-Spring from on high. Luke i. 78.
The Shepherd. John x. 11, 14.
Head of the Church. Ephes. i. 22.
True Light. John i. 4,9. Luke i. 78, 79.
The Foundation. 1 Pet. ii. 6.
The Way. John xiv. 6. Heb. x. 19, 20.
The Truth. Rev. iii. 7.
The Life. John xi. 25. Col. iii. 4.

1 John v. 11.
The Power of God. John v. 17-19;

x. 28–30. The Wisdom of God. 1 Cor. i. 24.

Luke ii. 11. Rev. xvii. 14; xix. 16.
Alpha and Omega. Rev. i. 8; xxii. 13.
Blessed and only Potentate. 1 Tim.

vi. 15.
Consolation of Israel. Luke ii. 25.
First and Last. Rev. i. 17 ; i. 8.
Governor. Matt. ii. 6.
Head of the Church. Ephes. v. 23.

Col. i. 18.
Holy One of GOD. Mark i. 24.
Just One. Acts vii. 52.
King of kings. 1 Tim. vi. 15. Rev.

xvii. 14.
Prince of Life. Acts üi. 15.
Prince of the kings of the earth. Rev.i.5.
The Resurrection and the Life. John

xi. 25.
Rock. 1 Cor. x. 4.
Shepherd and Bishop of souls. 1 Pet.

ii. 25.

1. Divine Honours are paid and to be paid

to Him.'

Prayer. Acts vii. 59.

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See also Matt. ii. 11; iv. 10; viï.

2; xv. 22, 25. Mark ix. 24.
Luke xxii. 52. John v. 23.
Acts i. 24 ; ix. 14. 1 Cor. i. 2;
xvi. 13, 23. 2 Cor. xii. 8.
Phil. ii. 10; iv. 23. 1 Thess.
iï. 11; v. 28; 2 Thess. iii. 11,
12, 18. Heb. i. 6.

Rev. v. 8,
11-13; vii. 12.
Praise. 2 Pet. iii. 13.
Swearing by His Name. Rom. ix. 1.
Baptism administered in His Name.

Matt. xxviii. 19.
See also 1 Cor. i. 12-16. Gal. ïïi. 27.
Object of faith. John xiv. 1.

Blessing in His Name. 2 Cor. xiv.14.
c. The testimony of passages of the New Tes-

tament when compared one with each other.
a. Divine Names.

Acts ix. 15, 17, with xxii. 14. “The

LORD, even JESUS, the God of

our fathers.”
Acts x. 36, with Rom. x. 11-13.

LORD of all.

Matt. i. 23. John i. 14. Emmanuel.
B. Divine Attributes.

1 Thess. ii. 11, with 2 Thess. ii. 16,

17. The Source of Grace.
Heb. i. 12; xiii. 8, with Jam. i. 17.

Unchangeableness.
y. Divine Titles.

Col. i. 15. Heb. i. 3. Image of GOD.
Matt. xvi. 27 ; xxv. 31–33. Judge.
Luke i. 78, 79. John i. 4, 9. True

Light.
1 Tim. vi. 15. Rev. xix. 16. King

of kings.

1 “Though we may be said to believe Peter and Paul, yet we are not said to believe in them." August. Tract, 29, Expos. Evangel. Joan.

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