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A new heaven and earth. REVELATION, XXII.

The new Jerusalem. were in it; and death and Shell deliver ! A. D. 96. an hundred and forty and four cubits, ed up the dead which were in them : and

according to the measure of a man, that they were judged every man according to B the grave. | is, of the angel. their works.

a Ho. 13. 14. I 18 And the building of the wall of it 14 And deatha and hell were cast into | 1 Co.15. 26, was of jasper ; and the city was pure gold, the lake of fire. This is the second death. . 54. like unto clear glass.

15 And whosoever was not found writ 6 Is. 54. 11. 1 19 And the foundations b of the wall of ten in the book of life was cast into the

c Mat. 25.41. the city were garnished with all manner of lake of fire.c

d Is. 65.17..19 precious stones. The first foundation was

66. 22. CHAPTER XXI. AND I saw a new a heaven and a new

CiaI jasper; the second, sapphire; the third, 2 Pe. 3. 13.

a chalcedony; the fourth, an emerald;

e Is. 52. 1. earth: for the first heaven and the first

| 20 The fifth, sardonyx; the sixth, sar

He. 11. 10. earth were passed away; and there was 10. 12:22: | dius; the seventh, chrysolyte; the eighth, no more sea.

f Is. 64.5. | beryl; the ninth, a topaz; the tenth, a 2 And I John saw the holy city, e new Ps.45.9..14. chrysoprasus; the eleventh, a jacinth; Jerusalem, coming down from God, out 12 Co. 6. 16. the twelfth, an amethyst. of heaven, prepared as as brides adorned i Zec. 8. 8. 21 And the twelve gates were twelve for her husband.

k chap. 7. 17.) pearls; every several gate was of one 3 And I heard a great voice out of hea- Is. 25. 8. pearl: and the street of the city was pure ven, saying, Behold, the tabernacleh of Ichap. 22.5. gold, as it were transparent glass. God is with men, and he will dwell with Is.60.19,20. 22 And I saw no temple therein: for them, and they shall be his people, i and m1 Co.15.26, the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb God himself shall be with them, and be

54. are the temple of it. their God.

n Is. 35. 10. 23 And the city had no need of the

o John 1. 4. 4 And God shall wipe away allk tears

LOTO 60 i sun,' neither of the moon, to shine in it: from their eyes; and there shall be no

1 66.10..12.

:) for the glory of God did lighten it, and more death,” neither sorrow," nor crying,

| the Lamb is the lightthereof.

q Ps. 72. 11. neither shall there be any more pain : for

rZec. 14. 7.

24 And the nations P of them which are the former things are passed away.

schap. 16. iz.) saved shall walk in the light of it: and 5 And he that sat upon the throne said, tchap. 1. 8. | the kings of the earth do bring their Behold, I make all things new. And he * 22. 13. glory and honour into it. said unto me, Write; for these words are u chap.22.17. 25 And the gates of it shall not be true and faithful.

Is. 65.1. shut at all by day: for" there shall be 6 And he said unto me, Its is done. It Jno.4.10,14

no night there. am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and

7.31.

26 And they shall bring the glory and

v Is. 35. 8. the end. I will give unto him that is u

honour of the nations into it.

52.1. athirst of the fountain of the water of life 60:21. 1. 27 And there shall in no wise enter freely.

Joel 3. 17. | into it any thing that defileth, neither what7 He that overcometh shall inherit Yall Mat. 13. 41. soever worketh abomination, or maketh a things; and I will be his God, and he 1Co.6.9, 10. lie: but they which are written in the shall be my son.

Ga.5.19..21| Lamb's book y of life. 8 But the fearful,« and unbelieving,* and Ep.5.5. the abominable, * and murderers, and

He. 12. 14.

CHAPTER XXII. whoremongers, and sorcerers, c and idola- yor, these. AND he shewed me a pure river ters, d and all liars, e shall have their part w Lu. 12. 4..9. ter of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out in the lake which burneth with fire and x 1Jno.5.4,10 of the throne of God and of the Lamb. brimstone: which is the second death. | y chap. 13. 8. 2 In the midst of the streets of it, and 9 And there came unto me one of the

| z1 Co.6.9,10.I on either side of the river, was there the

al John3.15. seven “ angels which had the seven vials

· treei of life, which bare twelve manner

6 He. 13. 4. full of the seven last plagues, and talked Maj. 3:5. of fruits, and yielded her fruit every with me, saying, Come hither, I will shew diCo.10.20,21 month : and the leaves of the tree were thee the bride, the Lamb's wife.

. echap. 22.15. for the healing of the nations. 10 And he carried me away in the spirit Pr. 19. 5,9.. 3 And there shall be no more curse : to a great and high mountain, and shewed / Eze.47.1,12 but the throne of God m and of the Lamb me that great city," the holy Jerusalem, 9 chap.21.21. shall be in it; and his servants shall serve descending out of heaven from God,

h ch.15.1,6,7. him : 11 Having the glory P of God: and her ichap. 2. 1. 4 And 9 they shall see his face; and his light was like unto a stone most precious, kchap. 19. 7. namer shall be in their foreheads. even like a jasper stone, clear as crystal;

i Zec. 14. 11. 5 And there shall be no night there : 12 And had a wall great and high, and m Eze. 48. 35. and they need no candle, neither light of had twelve gates, and at the gates twelve

» Eze. XL.
XLVIII.

the sun; for the Lord God giveth them angels, and names written thereon, which

light:u and o chap. 7. 15.

they shall reign are the names of the twelve tribes of the

for ever p Is. 60. 1, 2.

and ever. children of Israel :

Mat 38 6 And he said unto me, These sayings 13 On the east three gates; on the * John 12. 26.) are faithful and true: and the Lord God north three gates; on the south three 17.24. of the holy prophets sent w his angel to gates; and on the west three gates.

1 Co. 13.12. shew unto his servants the things which 14 And the wall of the city had twelve 1 John 3.2. must shortly be done. foundations, and * in them the names of rchap. 3. 12. 7 Behold, I come quickly :y blessed is the twelve apostles of the Lamb.

| och.21.23,25.1 he that keepeth the sayings of the pro15 And he that talked with me had a 'Eze.48.31..34 phecy of this book.

* Ps. 36. 9. golden reed to measure the city, and the

18 And I John saw these things, and

v Ro. 5. 17. gates thereof, and the wall thereof.

I wchap. 1 i. heard_them. And when I had heard and 16 And the city lieth foursquare, and the Ep. 2. 20. seen, I fell down to worship before the length is as large as the breadth: and he y ver.10,12,20 feet of the angel which shewed me these measured the city with the reed, twelve 2 chap. 11. 1. things. thousand furlongs. The length, and the Eze. 40.3.'| 9 Then saith he unto me, See thou do it breadth, and the height of it are equal. Zec. 2. 1. not: for I am thy fellowservant, and of 17 And he measured the wall thereof,

- thy brethren the prophets, and of them

golden reeds to medalked with me had a l'Eze.48.31:31 he that keepeth the quickly :y blessed i

Christ's advent foretold. REVELATION, XXII. Invitation and warning. which keep the sayings of this book :/ A. D. 96. | tify unto you these things in the churches, worship God.

I am the a root and the offspring of David, 10 And he saith unto me, Seal noto the

a chap. 5. 5.1

6 and the bright and morning star.

| 6 Da. 8. 26. sayings of the prophecy of this book: for wh: 21 :9 17 And the Spirit and the bride e say, the time is at hand.

d Is. 2. 5. ° Come.d And let him that heareth say, 11 Hee that is unjust, let him be unjuste Pr. 1.24..33 Come. And let him that is athirst come: still: and he which is filthy, let him be Ec. 11.3. and whosoever will, let him take the wafilthy still : and he that is righteous, 9 let Mat. 25. 10. ter of life freely. him be righteous still: and he that is 2 Ti. 3. 13. 18 For I testify unto every man that holy, let him be holy still.

| Schap. 21. 6. heareth the words of the prophecy of 12 And behold, I come quickly ;h and 9 Pr. 4. 18. this book, If any man shall add i unto my reward is with me, to give every man hŽep1. a. I thes

Mat. 5. 6.

these things, God shall add unto him according k as his work shall be.

Pr 30.6." | the plagues that are written in this 13 Il am Alpha and Omega, the be- k chap. 20.12. book: ginning and the end, the first and the 21s. 14.6.1 19 And if any man shall take away from last.

m Lu.12.37,38 the words of the book of this prophecy, 14 Blessed m are they that do his com | n chap. 3. 5. God shall take away * his part Bout of mandments, that they may have right to Bor, from the book of life, and out of the holy city, the tree of life, and may enter in through

the tree.

and from the things which are written in the gates into the city..

och. 21.8,27. this book.

pPhi. 3, 2. 15 For without' are dogs, P and sorcer

20 He which testifieth these things saith,

a ver. 7, 12. ers, and whoremongers, and murderers, 1-He. 9. 28. Surely? I come quickly; Amen. Even and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and Is. 25. 9. so, come, Lord Jesus. maketh a lie.

82 Th. 3. 18. 21 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ 16 I Jesus have sent mine angel to tes albe with you all. Amen.

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PART I.
The Evangelical History before Jesus's public Ministry;

containing the space of Thirty Years and Six Months.
SECT.

1. Luke's preface
2. John's preface
3. The conception of Elisab
4. The salutation of Mary
6. Mary visits Elisabeth .
6. John the Baptist is born
7. An angel appears to Jos
8. The birth of Jesus .
9. The genealogies of Jesus !
10. An angel appears to the sher
11. The circumcision of Jesus . . .
12. The presentation of Jesus in the temple. '

agi. Jesus's flight into Egypt. Herod's cruelty. }

Jesus's return.
14. Jesus goes to the Passover when he is twelve years of age
15. Of John the Baptist, and his ministry . . . .

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PART II.
The Transactions of about Six Months, from Jesus's Baptism,

until the beginning of the ensuing Passover.
16. The baptism of Jesus . . . . . . 3. 13–17. 1. 9–11. 3. 21–23.
17. The temptation of Jesus
18. The testimony of John the Baptist to Jeene ondientil 4. 1-11.11. 12, 13. I 4. 1-13.

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PART III.
The Transactions of Twelve Months, from the beginning of

the First Passover.
20. Jesus goes to Jerusalem at the passover, and casts)

the traders out of the temple . . . . .
21. Jesus's discourse with Nicodemus
22. Jesus tarries and baptizes in Judea. John the Baptist 2

asserts the superior dignity of Jesus.
23. Jesus retires into Galilee after the Baptist's imprison-

ment. Passing through Samaria, he makes dis- }

ciples
24. In Galilee, Jesus exercises his public ministry. Iní

Cana, hé heals the son of King Herod's officer, who }

lay sick at Capernaum . . .
25. Jesus goes to Nazareth, where he preserves his life by

a miracle; and then fixes his dwelling at Capernaum |
26. The call of Simon and Andrew, and likewise of James

and John; with the miracle which preceded it S
27. Jesus, in the synagogue at Capernaum, heals a demoniac
28. Peter's wife's mother and many others are healed.)

Jesus, attended by some of his disciples, teaches }

and works miracles throughout Galileo . . ]
29. Jesus heals a leper . . .

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30. Jesus heals a para
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SECT.

MATTHEW. MARK,

LUKE,

JOAN.
34. Jesus heals a man with a withered hand on the sab.
bath, withdraws himself from the Pharisees, and I

om the Pharisees, and {| 12. 9–21. 3. 1–12. 6. 6–11.
heals many .
35. Jesus retires to a mountain, calls his disciples to him,

chooses twelve, is followed by a great multitude, }| 10. 244. 3. 13–19. 6. 12—19.
heals many . . . . . .

5. 1–48.
36. The sermon on the mount. . . .

6. 1-34.

6. 20_49.

7. 1-29.
37. The servant of the centurion is healed .

8.1,5–13.

7. 1–10.
38. The widow's son is raised from the dead at Na

7. 11-17.
39. Jesus's answer to the disciples sent by John the u. 2-10

7. 18—35.
Baptist

11. 20—30.
mighty works
41. A woman, who had been a sinner, is publicly ro-j1
assured of forgiveness by Jesus, while sitting at

7.36—50.
meat with a Pharisee
42. During Jesus's second circuit through Galilee he healsi |

6. 6. |
a demoniac; and the Scribes and Pharisees blas-

8. 1-3.
ibes and Pharisees blas-}| 12. 22–37.

12. 22-37. 3. 20-30. 11. 1423.
pheme the Holy Spirit . .

11. 16.
43. The Scribes and the Pharisees are reproved for seekj|

11. 29–36.
. . . . . .

Lil. 24-26.
44. Who are truly blessed'
45. Jesus regards his true disciples as his nearest re- }| 12. 46–50. 1 3.31_35

| 11. 27, 28.

1 8. 19-21.
46. Jesus, sitting at meat with a Pharisee, denounces)
woes against the Pharisees, Scribes, and teachers |

11. 37–54.
of the law
47. Jesus instructs his disciples and the multitude ."
48. The calamities of certain Galileans, a warning to the 1]

12. 1-59
Jews

13. 1–9.
49. Parables. The reason why Jesus used them. An
explanation of one . . .

13. 1–53. 4. 1–34. 8. 4—18.
50. Jesus gives commandment to cross the lake. A tem-1
pest stilled

8. 18—27.

8. 22.
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4. 35—41.
. . .

9. 57—62.
51. Jesus heals two demoniacs of Gadara . . .

18.22—25.

8. 26-39.
52. Levi's feast. (Jesus's discourse. The raising of{|

9. 1. 5. 21. 8. 40.
Jairus's daughter

9. 10-17.
. . .

2. 15—22.
. . . 9. 18—26.

5. 22—43. 8. 41–56.
53. Jesus heals two blind men.

9. 27–31.
54. Jesus casts out a dumb spirit. The Pharisees blas-}|
pheme. See Section 42

9.32—34.
55. Jesus revisits Nazareth, and is aga

13.54–58. 6. 1-6.
56. The occasion of sending the apostles to preach and! |
work miracles

9. 36–38.

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57. The twelve are instructed and sent forth

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10.1,5–42. 6. 7-11.
58. Jesus continues his tour through Galilee.

9. 1–5.

11.1.
59. The twelve preach repentance, and work miracles, 2
every where . . . . .

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6. 12, 13. 9. 6.
60. The death of John the Baptist ...

14. 6-12. 6. 21—29.
61. Herod hears of Jesus's fame, and desires to see him . 14. 1, 2.

6. 14-16.
62. The twelve return .

9. 7-9.
6, 30, 31.

9. 10.
63. Five thousand are fed on five loaves and two fishes . 14. 13–21. 6. 32–44. 9. 10-17.
64. Jesus walks on the sea .

14. 22—36. 6. 45–56.

6. 1-14.
65. Jesus's discourse with the multitude in Capernaum :

6. 15–21.
in the synagogue of that city; and with his dis- |

T 6. 22–71.
ciples, Peter's confession . .

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PART V.
The Transactions of Twelve Months, from the beginning of

the Third Passover.
66. Jesus's discourse with the Pharisees and Scribes,

with the multitude, and with his disciples, about }| 15. 1—20.

eating with unwashed hands. .. . .
67. Jesus heals the daughter of a Syrophenician woman . 15. 21—28.
68. Jesus restores a person to hearing and speech.

15. 29-31
69. Jesus feeds more than four thousand with seven loaves | 15. 32_39.
and a few small fishes . .

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70. The Pharisees and Sadducees again ask a sign. See}| 16. 144.

Section 43 . .
71. The disciples are cautioned against the leaven of the }| 16. 4-12.

Pharisees, of the Sadducees, and of Herod.
72. Jesus restores a blind man to sight near Bethsaida
73. Peter repeats his confession that Jesus was
Christ.

16. 13–20.
See Section 65 .
74. Jesus plainly foretels his sufferings and resurrection, }| 16.0_28.

rebukes Peter, exhorts all to self-denial
75. Jesus's transfiguration; his discourse with the three

disciples as they were descending from the moun-}| 17. 1–13.
tain . . . .

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SECT.

MATTHEW. MARK.

LUKE.
76. Jesus casts out a dumb and deaf spirit

17. 1421. 9. 14-29. 9. 37-43.
77. Jesus again foretels his sufferings and resurrection, 17. 22, 23. 9. 30–32. 9. 43–45.
78. Jesus works a miracle to pay the tribute money

17. 24-27. 9. 33.
79. The disciples contend who should be the greatest.3 |

18. 1-35,
Jesus's conduct and discourse on that occasion

9. 33—50. 9. 46–50.
80. Seventy disciples are instructed and sent out

10. 1–16.
81. Jesus goes to Jerusalem at the feast of tabernacles.?

His conduct and discourses during the feast.
82. A woman taken in adultery is brought before Jesus
83. Jesus discourses with the Scribes and Pharisees, with

those who believed in him, and v. 33, with the un-}

believing Jews
84. Jesus restores to sight one blind from his birth. The

consequence of this miracle
85. The seventy return .

10.17—24.
86. A teacher of the law is instructed how to attain tó?

10.25–37.
eternal life .
87. The disciples are agai taught how to pray

11. 1–13.
88. Jesus restores a woman who had been bowed down?
for eighteen years .

13. 10—21.
89. Jesus replies to the question, Are there fow that?

13. 22—35.
be saved ? .
90. The transactions when our Lord ate bread witi
chief Pharisee on the sabbath .

14. 1–24.
91. Jesus states to the multitude the difficulties attend-
ing a profession of his religion .

14. 25–35.
92. Jesus defends himself against the Pharisees and 2
Scribes for instructing publicans and sinners .

15. 1–32
93. Jesus instructs his disciples by the parable of the l

16. 1–31
unjust steward. The Pharisees are reproved
94. Jesus further instructs his disciples o

17. 1–10.
95. The Samaritans will not receive Jesus. James

117. 11.
John reproved for their zeal against them . is

9.51–56.
96. Jesus cleanses ten lepers

17. 12-19.
97. The Pharisees ask when the
come. Our Lord's answer

17. 20—37.
98. Jesus speaks a parable to his disciples, and another)
to certain who trusted in themselves that they were

18, 1–14.
righteous .
99. Jesus is received into Martha's house

10.38–42.
100. Jesus keeps the feast of dedication at Jerusalem
101. Jesus goes again to Bethabara (John i. 28) after the

feast of dedication; and remains there till a fit }

occasion calls him into Judea
102. Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. The conse-2

quences of this miracle
103. Jesus enters Judea. The Pharisees question him | 19. 1--12. | 10. 1-12.

about divorces
104. Jesus lays his hands on young children, and blesses | 19. 13-15. | 10. 13–16. | 18. 15–17.
105. Jesus's discourse in consequence of being asked by a 19. 16–30.21
rich man how he should attain eternal life . . $120. 1–16.

} 10. 17–31. 18. 18—30.
106. Jesus, as he is going up to Jerusalem, foretels his | 20. 17-19. 10. 31-34. | 18.31--34.

sufferings to the twelve apart. See Sections 74 and 773 |
107. The ambitious request of James and John.

20. 20—28. | 10.35–45.
108. Jesus restores sight to two blind men near Jericho | 20. 29-34. 10. 46–52. 18.35—43.
109. Jesus visits Zaccheus, a chief of the publicans

19. 1-28.
110. Jesus arrives at Bethany six days before the Passover
111. Jesus proceeds to Jerusalem, amidst the acclama)
tions of the disciples and of the multitude. The }|

21. 1–11}11. 1–11. 19. 29—44.

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transactions there . . . . . . ]
112. The barren fig-tree. The temple cleansed . . {

21. 18, 19.} | 11. 12—19. 19. 45–48.

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113. The disciples observe that the fig-tree was withered away 21. 20–22. 11. 20—26.
114. Jesus's discourse with the Priests, Scribes, and Elders 21. 23—46. 11. 27–33. 1] 20.1–19.
in the temple.

22. 1-14. 12. 1-12.30u.
115. The Pharisees and Herodians, the 'Sadducees, and

22. 15–46. | 12. 12—37. 20. 20—44.
Jesus. Jesus questions the Pharisees .
116. Jesus, in the hearing of his disciples and of the mul.)

titude, reproves the Scribes and Pharisees to their | 23. 1–39. 12. 38–40. 20. 45–47.

face with a divine eloquence.
117. Jesus prefers the widow's offering tot of the rich

12. 41–44. 21. 1-4.
118. Jesus foretels the destruction of the temple as he
takes his final leave of it; and, on the mount of

24. 1-51.2
Olives, teaches four of his apostles what were the

26: } | 13. 1–37. | 21. 5–36.
signs of his coming to destroy the Jews, and to close

the Mosaic dispensation . ..
119. Jesus describes the proceedings at the last day.

How Jesus hitherto employed himself during the }| 25. 31–46. |

week . . ..
120. The transactions on the fourth day of the week in 26. 1–16. 14. 1–11. | 22. 146.

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