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Page 32. Job 19. 117–14. Friends turned to enemies, and brethren to aliens,

477 33.

25,-28. The happiness that awaits the godly; or,

the blessed hope of the righteous,
28, 29. Raih judging condemned; or, Job's warning

to his cenforious friends,
35. 20.5,-9. 11,-14. The prosperity of the wicked short,
and their ruin sure,

ib. 36.

21.7-15. The wicked hardened in their impiety by
their prosperity,

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17,—26. God's way of providence towards men, attended with great variety,

482 38.

22. 21,-30. The benefit of acquaintance with God; 484 39. 23. 3. 8, 9, 10. God hiding and trying,

485 40. 24. 1, 2,—12, 13,--24, Many most wicked and mischievous,

yet live and die in outward peace, and never visibly reckoned with here,

ib. 41. 25. 2,—6. The greatness, goodness, and holiness of God,

evidencing the guiltiness and impurity of man, 487 42. 26. 5,–14. The procfs of God's power and wisdom in the creation and preservation of the world,

488 43. 27. 2,-6. Job solemnly maintaining his integrity against the false accusation of his friends,

490 44. 73–10. The hopeless state of the hypocrite,

491 45. 28. 127-28. Wisdom's price great, and its place a se

492 46. 29. 29-5. The heart's wish of a deserted saint,

494 47 30. 1. 8,-12. 26,--31. Great honour turned to extreme contempt, and prosperity to calamity,

ib. 48. 31. 1,-4, 16, 17, 19, 20. Chastity and charity exemplified, and whoremongers and adulterers judged,

496 49. 32. 8. The immateriality and inmortality of the soul,

497 50.

7, 8, 9. True wisdom not acquired by old age, nor
by learning, but by grace,

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33. 12, -18. God infinitely above us, not accountable to us,

yet merciful, both in hiding what he hides, and revealing what he reveals,

499 19,-30. The patient described in extremity, and relieved by the great Ransomer,

500 f 1. Sickness come to an extremity; or, a fick man brought to the gates of death,

iBa ♡ 2. A faithful soul's physician an instrument of bringing

back the fick penitent from the gates of death; or, the gospel-rennedy skilfully applied, and Christ the only ransom,

501 53• 34. 10,--15. God cannot be charged with injustice, and bcing omnipotent cannot be unjust,

503 54. 21, 22. God's omniscience, from which no sin can be hid,

504 55. 29. God's power irresistible,

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Page 56. Job 34. 31, 32. The afflicted person humbled,

505 57. 35. 5.-8. God's highness cannot be hurt with mens wickedness,

506 9,-13. God justified, though deaf to the cry of the oppresled,

ib.

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36. 8, 9, 10. God's gracious design in bringing his own people

under affliction : with light in darkness; or, God's favour in man's fury, a digreffion, &c.

508 12, 13, 14. The doom of hypocrites, that rebel against the rod,

510 15. Scbola crucis, fcbola lucis; or, affliction; instruction, 517 21. Quarrelling wiih God in affliction, dangerous, ib. 22, 23. God an absolute sovereign, incomparable teacher, unexceptionable ruler,

512 24, -33. God's works manifesting his incomprehencible greatness,

ib.

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37. 1,-5. God's glory noticed in the thunder and lightening,

514 6,–13. God's power in the frost and snow, rains and winds,

515 14,-20. Mens ignorance of the works of nature, shews

what incompetent judges they are of the proceedings of divine providence,

517 21,–24. God's greatness and majesty require that he be greatly reverenced,

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38. 1, 2, 3. God speaking unto Job, and challenging him, 520 4,-7. God's questions, 1. Concerning the founding of the earth,

ib. 8,-11. Q. 2. Concerning the limits of the sea,

522 12, --15. Q. 3. Concerning the springs of the morning, ib. 16. Q. 4. Goncerning the springs of the sea,

524 17. Q. 5. Concerning the gates of death,

ib. 18. Q. 6. Concerning the breadth of the earth,

ib. 19, 20, 21. Q. 7. Concerning the place and path of light and darkness,

525 22, 23. Q.S. Concerning the treasures of snow and hail, ió. 24. Q. 9. Concerning the daily changes of morning and evening,

ib. 25. Q. 10. Concerning thunder and lightening, clouds and

rain; by what secret counsel they are directed, and by whose order emitted,

526 28. Q. II. Concerning the dew, the ice, and hoary frost,

527 31, 32, 33. Q. 12. Concerning the directing of the stars,

and their influence,

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82. Job 38. 36. Q. 13. Concerning the formation and renovation

of the soul,

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[Digression concerning the soul's spirituality, and its

nature, quite distinct from the body and its senses,]

A number of proofs and demonstrations thereof,

37. Q. 14. About staying the clouds, and stopping the

rain,

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39. Q. 15. About provision for the lions and ravens,

86.

39. 1,-4. Q. 16. Concerning the wild goats and the

hinds,

ib.

5,-8. Q. 17. Concerning the wild ass,

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9.-11. Q. 18. Concerning what is called the unicorn, ib.

13,-18. V. 19. Concerning the peacock and the

oftrich,

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90. 19,—25. Q. 20. Concerning the horse for the battle, ib.

91. 26,-30. Q. 21. Concerning the hawk and eagle,

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92. 40. 1, 2. l. 22. Concerning contending with God; or,

a humbling challenge given to such as quarrel God's

proceedings,

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93. 3, 4, 5. Jub's humble submission, the murmuring mouth

stopped, and unjust complaints filenced,

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946 6, 7, 8. Q. 23. Moe challenges given to Job, for his

further humiliation. The vanity of vying with God,

for justice; or of charging him with unrighteous-

ness,

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95. 9,–14. Q. 24. The vanity of vying with God, for power,

and majelty, and dominion, over proud and wicked

enemies,

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157—24. An instance of God's power in behemoth; that is,

as some think, the elephant,

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97. 41. 14—10. Of the leviathan in general; that is, the whale,

or crocodile ; man being unable to subdue and tame

him, must own himself to be utterly unable to stand

before the great God,

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11,-38. The power of God set forth in a moro particular

description of the leviathan,

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42. 1,–4. Job's humble confession and petition; a penitential

prayer,

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5, 6. Job's deep humiliation, which made way for his re-

markable exaltation; or, the happy issue of sanctified

affliction, accompanied with divine instruction,

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P PART IV.

Songs selected from the Prophet Isaiab, &c.

ness and constancy,

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