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t 13 I am Alpha and Omega, the freely.
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w 18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prob 14 Blessed are they that do his phecy of this book, If any man commandments, that they may shall add unto these things, God have right to the tree of life, and shall add unto him the plagues may enter in through the gates that are written in this book:

into the city.

15 For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie.

16 I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning-star. b 17 And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that

w 19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.

d 20 He, which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly: Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.

21 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen. 321

THE END.

A TABLE OF ST. PAUL'S APOSTOLIC JOURNEYS.

The first Journey begins in the Year of Christ 44, and ends 48.

Antioch in Sy- Perga in Pam- Lystra

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The second Journey begins A. D. 50, and ends 54.

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The third Journey begins A. D. 54, and ends 58.

Miletus in Asia Ptolemais
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Cæsarea

Ephesus

Macedonia

Chios Island

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Contents of the New Testament.

MATTHEW.

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4 Christ's conception 5 Christ's circumcision 6 John's testimony of Christ 7 Christ tempted by Satan 8 Miraculous draught of fishes 9 The twelve apostles chosen 10 Christ's testimony of John 11 Jairus' daughter raised

How to attain eternal life 12 Seventy disciples sent out 13 A dumb devil cast out

14 Covetousness to be avoided 15 The crooked woman healed 16 The great supper 17 The prodigal son 18 The unjust steward 19 The power of faith 20 The importunate widow 21 Zaccheus called

Parable of the vineyard

22 The widow's two mites 23 Christ condemned

Christ's death and burial

24 Christ's resurrection

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26 The divinity of Christ

27 Water turned into wine 28 Necessity of regeneration

The woman of Samaria

1 The impotent man healed

2 Five thousand fed

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The blind healed

5 Christ the good shepherd 6 Lazarus raised

7 Christ foretelleth his death

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CONTENTS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.

COLOSSIANS.

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Exhortation to constancy
Household duties

Prayer recommended

I. THESSALONIANS.

History of their conversion How the gospel was preached to the Thessalonians

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Exhortation to godliness
Description of Christ's coming.
II. THESSALONIANS.

Comfort against persecution
Of steadfastness in the truth.
To avoid idleness

I. TIMOTHY.
Paul's charge to Timothy
Prayers made for all men
Of bishops and deacons
Apostacy foretold

Of widows and elders
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4 Spiritual graces from God

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The key of David .

1 The vision of a throne
2 The book with seven seals
The seven seals opened

3 The number of the sealed

Seven angels with trumpets 1 A star falleth from heaven

The book eaten

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What ANALOGIES between! sensible and spiritual things may bere be traced?

What prophecy is here ACCOMPLISHED? Where is it found? How many years had it been k written?

What BLESSING is here sought; or acknowledged; or promised? How great How durable? For whom sought? By whom acknowledged? To whom promised? On whose account was this blessing promised, or received?

What trait of moral CHARACTER is here given? Is it morally good or evil? Does it belong to a natural, or to a renewed state?" What advantages or disadvan-] tages attended it?

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What DUTY is here enjoined? On whom? Is it taught by pre-n cept, by example, or by inference? How enforced?

What DIFFICULTY attends the o exposition of this passage? How can it be reconciled with some other passages?

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EVANGELICAL EXPERIENCE, or what EXHORTATION, is here given? What particular strain of ELOQUENCE can you point out in this paragraph?

What FACTS are here related?

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Is any doctrine or duty connected with them? What can you discover here that is commendable or censurable in deed, word, or motive? What ad- S vantages or evils attended? What GEOGRAPHICAL information is known of this country, province, city, or river, &c.?

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What corresponding affections
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What INSTITUTION or ordinance was here appointed of God? or was here recognized as previously appointed of him?" What was its nature and design? and how was it to be observed? Who were under obligations to observe it? Is it still obligatory on any? Is there any connexion or correspondence between this and any other institution or ordiDance?

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What INSTRUCTIONS are imparted in this parable? or in this metaphor? What is their prac tical tendency?

What KNOWLEDGE, or want of knowledge of human nature is here particularly manifested? What statute, rite, service, or appendage of the LEVITICAL DISPENSATION is here mentioned? Why appointed?

What LOFTY FLIGHTS of devotional fervour? What longings after intimate communion with God are here manifested? What MIRACLE is here recorded? By whom, and for what purpose wrought? In whose name, and by whose authority? What effect had it on the witnesses?

(What is worthy of particular notice in this NAME?

What ORIENTAL or ancient custom may here be learned? or what do you know of one which will elucidate this passage? What PROHIBITION is here directly or indirectly made? Why is this deed, or word, or thought forbidden?

What prophecy is here RECORDED? At what period of time? Has it been fulfilled' How? When?

What affecting SCENE is here exhibited? What feelings should it produce?

What SUBLIMITY of thought or of language is here? What inference follows?

What doctrinal TRUTH is here
inculcated? Is it directly or in-
directly taught? How illustrat-
ed? How applied? What prac-
tical influence should it have?
What TYPE of Christ, or typi-
cal transaction, can be distinctly
traced here?

What UNJUSTIFIABLE ac-
tion in a virtuous character? Or
what unusual excellence in one
not pious, is here recorded?
What VISION is here described?
To whom and why given?
What WO is here denounced or
executed? or warning given?
What is its import? Against whom
denounced, or to whom given?

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