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The chief design of using this Compendium is to give the reader a Summary View of the Holy Scriptures, which are not only above all philosophy, and far excelling all other books in the world, but also contain a most entertaining history of the most remarkable events that can be chronicled in any history whatsoever.

Any disregard shown to this inspired Book by any persons that profess the Christian religion, is greatly to be lamented: but surely those that are true Christians, and have experienced the grace of Cod in truth, will esteem it as

their only treasure, as being the rule of faith and practice, and a revelation the grace of God to fallen sinful creatures, and containing the charter for there hopes of eternal salvation through Jesus Christ.

I pray, reader, that the Blessed Spirit who indited the Scriptures, may make gracious impressions upon your heart in reading and searching them, that thereby you may be made wise unto salvation, through faith which is in Christ Jesus, Amen.


THE word SCRIPTURE signifies Writing, and generally stands for the sacred hooks of the Old and New Testament, written by holy men, as they were inspired, instructed, and enabled by the Holy Ghost. 1 they are called The Scriptures, by Way of eminency and distinction, because they far excel all other writings, 2 Tim. iii. 10. "

All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine," to declare and confirm the truth; " for reproof," to convince of sin and confute errors ; " for correction," to reform the life ; " and for instruction in righteousness;" that is, to teach us to make a further progress in the way to holiness and happiness in leaven ; or to instruct in the true righteousness of Jesus Christ, in which we may appear with comfort therefore (;o

The Scriptures are often called, The Bible, that is, The Book, by way of excellency, as being,' the best book in the world, and far exceeding all other books.

For the Scriptures are a revelation Iroin (>od, and contain his whole will necessary to lie known for our salvation : and lliey will be held in tlie highest esteem, and be read and stu

The holy Scripture is divided into two books, which are commonly called. The (Old and New Testament, or The Old and New Covenant. The Old Testament was the old dispensation of the covenant of Grace and types and sacrifices, which represented the coming of the Messiah, who was the promised seed of the woman, and afterwards foretold to he of the family of Abraham, and of the tribe of Judah, and of the seed of David.

The New Testament, or the Gospel, is the new •lispensation of the covenant of (.-race, which fully sliews the promised Messiah to be come, and to have published his gospel, to have

1 here is no iiistoiy in the world so ancient as the Bible, nor is there any that sjives so early an

account of things. The Old Testament begins at the creation of the world, and acquaints us that Adam aixl F,ve were the first man and woman God made, and that he created them both in his own likeness, in a holy and happy stale, which is called. The state of innocence. It informs us of their sin asiainst God in eating the forbidden fruit, and of their being driven out of Paradise, and of the miserable state that sin l>rought man into, he having broken covenant with Go

Jhe Scriptuie informs us, that after the fall or sin of AdaiM, God was pleased to give him a gra- cious promise of a Messiah or Redeemer, " J hat the seed of the woman should bruise the serpent's head," that is, that .Usiis Christ, who was to as- simie the human nature in tlie fulness of time, should destroy the power anu wicked works of the devil.

'i he religion of man, alter the fall, was all the duties of the light of nature, which were required before : and besides these he was now called to repentance, faith or trust in the mercy of Go

'J he Scripture tells us, that mankind had pro- voked God by their sins, which were exceeding great, and that the world was destro\\\\ed by a fiood for their multiplied iniquities. Noah was saved in an ark, or great ship, or vessel, which Gixl taught him to build ; and all his family were with him, and some living creatures of every kind.

J he religion of Noah was the same with that of Adam afttr his fall, with some few additions. '1 he offering of sacrifices was to be continued. F'lcsh was given to man for food, as herbs were before. Bhxxl was lorhidilen to be eaten, the bloo

After the flood, tnankind did not freely divide themselves into several nations; but being all of one language, they built a chief city with a tower, that all men mi^lit lie joiuerl in one nation or king- .

■J he most religious and most famous man o Shem's posterity in these early ages, was Abraham the sonuf 1 erah,of the posterity of Kber. He left his own native country, to go wheresoever Go

So(kI to spate hoiloin, and he would nave done it, had there been ten righteous men iu all tlie < ity. Ixit was grieved for the wicked con- versation of So

Abraham had two sons, Ishmacl by Ilagar, and Isaac by Sarah his wife. Isaac was born, accord- ing to the promise of God, when they were lioth grown old. Isaac feared the (iod of his father • Abraham ; and his fattier sent afar, and took a wife for him. even Reliecca, out of his own family in Mesopotamia, tiecause he was unwilling he should marry among the wicked Canaaiiites, whom God ha

Isaac had liy Retiecca two sons. F.sauand .lacob F.sau sold his birthright for a messof ixittage when he was faint with bunting : and .lacob, by his mo- ther's contrivance, obtained his father's blessini;. .lacob was called Israel, because he prayed and prevaile

hipfory were Levi, Judtih, and Joseph. The priesthood in the followins times was coniinitted to Levi's f*inily. The kiniiiiom and {{overpmciit in future ages were promised cliietly to Judah's family.

.losepli's brethren hated him, and he was sold for R slave into I'-jiypt, where he became a ruler of tiie laud. His brethren envied him, because his father loved him and made him a coat of many colours, and because Joseph dreamed that they should bow down to him. By a false accusation, Joseph was cast into prison, and interpreted the ilreanisof some of his tellow-prisoners ; and when the interpretation proved true, then he was sent for to court, to interpret the king's dream about the seven years of plenty and seven years of famine.

In the famine, Joseph's brethren came to buy corn in Egypt, and bowed down to him accoiding to his dreams ; but he treated them roughly at first, as a great lord and a stranger, till their conscience smote them for their former cruelty to him : but afterwards he made himself known to them with niuch affection and tenderness. And he manifest- ed his forgiveness of them ; for he sent for his father, and bid his children bring all their families into Egypt, and he maintained them all during the faniuie. Jacob and Joseph died in Egypt; but according to their desire their bodies were carjied up and buried in the land of Canaan, in faith of the promise that their seed should possess that land.

The Israelites were afterwards made slaves in Egypt, and a new king, who knew not Joseph, sorely oppressed them, and endeavoured to destroy them : hut God heard their cry, and delivered them by the hand of Moses and Aaron, tipon Pharaoh's refusal to let llie people of Israel go, they brought ten plagues upon the king and upon all the land, by the authority and power of God.

At last Pharaoh released the Israelites; and the nuniber of them that went out of Egypt were six Imndreil thousand men, besides children, and all went on foot. When they were in distress, widi tlje Ked sea before tliem, and Pharaoh's army be- hind them, they cried unto God ; whereon Moses bid them " stand still, and see the salvation

I he Tsraclitts went wheresoever God guided them by the pillar of cloud and the pillar of tire. At every new dithculty, when they wanted nieator water, or met with enemies, they fell a murmur- ing against God and Moses: aiid they wandered forty years in ftie wilderness for their sins, before they came to the place God promised them.

While in the wilderness, about three months after their coming out of Egypt, God wrote with his own hand liie ten commandiiients in two tables of stone, and gave them to Moses. J he four first commandments contained their duty to God, and the six last their duty towards men. These ten comman


. The Scripture gives an account of God's bring- ing the Israelites into the land of Canaan, under the ministration of Joshua, and of their govern- ment by Judges several hundred years ; and after that there is a narrative of their first tour kings, namely, Saul, David, Solomon, and llehoboam. In Kehoboam's days the nation was divided into two kingdoms, which were called the kingdom of Israel and the kingdom of .ludah. There are also particular records of the government of these two distinct kingdoms, under a long succession of theii own Itings, till they were both carried into cap- tivity by tlic kings of Assyria.

After this, the sacred history relates the return of many of them into their own land, and the re- building of the city of Jerusalem and the temple of God, and the settlement of the affairs Of church and state by Ezra and JJcheniiah, which is the end of the historical part of the Old Testament.

There is also a large and particular narrative of the lives or transactions of some extraordinary persons, several of which are much interwoven with the series of the history. But there are others which seem to stand separate and distinct, such as the affairs relating to Joi, a rich man in the east ; Jonah, a prophet in Israel ; and Either, the queen of Persia.

We have an account of the several prophets and messengers which were sent from God, on special occasions to reveal his mind and will to men. We have the writings of sixteen prophets, that is, of four greater and twelve lesser prophets. The four great prophets are Isaiah, Jerendah, Kzekiel, and Daniel. The twelve lesser prophets are, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, IlabakKuK, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi the last prophet. Malachi prophesied about 4C9 years before the condng of Christ, who assumed our nature about •ttXK) years after the creation of the world. God himself and his pro- phets, throughout all ages, foretold his coming as some great Deliverer, as the Messiah or anointed of God.

The chief subjects of the history of the New Testament are, our I^ni lesus Christ, the great Uedeemer and glorious Saviour ; John the Baptist, who was his forerunner; and the Apos- tles, who were his followers.

The great Messiah was Iwirn at Bethlehem of the tribe of Judah, according to the predictions and prophecies of him in the Old Testament. John the Baptist was his forerunner, who preaclied the doc- trine of repentance ami forgiveness of sins, and directe

Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, veiled his divine glory, became man, and was born of Mary, who was a virgin, according to the prophecy of Isaiah. Jesus, being about thirty years of age, bei;an his ministry, and appeared with the marks of a divine commission, and the characters of the Messiah upon him. He healed the sick, be raised the dea

Jesus, after his resurrection, appeared to his apostles, continued on earth atmut forty days, and gave further instructions in the great things of tlia gospel. He appointed his disciples to meet hjin in Galilee ; he told them that all power in heaven and in earth was given into his hands ; he gave them their commission to preach the gospel to all nations ; and promised his presence with them, and a power to work miracles for the vindication of their doctrine. He commanded his apostles to tarry at Jerusalem till the promised Spirit should fall upon them. And on the day ot^ Pentecost which was ten days after the ascension of Christ the Spirit of God was sent down upon them ; ana upon their preaching of the resurrection and ex- altation of Christ, tliree thousand souls believed, and were added to the disciples of Clirist, and bap- tized on that day.

This was the proper beginning of fhe Christian or Gospel dispensation, the kingdom of Christ being set up in the world in its glo.-y at the |X)uring down of the Spirit, after his resurrection, and Ins • exaltation to the government of the world and the church. 1 he dispensation, during the life of Christ, was a medium between the Jewish and Christian dispensations.

'Ihe apostles, after Christ's ascension, published the gospel he had preached, namely, pardon ot sin and everlasting life to those that repent and believe in him, whether Jews or Gentiles, and | pronounced the punishments of hell upon the im- penitent and unbelieving. The apostles, in their epistles to the Christian churches, often mention the great article of the gospel, the redemption by Christ's death, and the atonement made for sin by his sufferings, and it shines every where throuiiB the epistles of St. Paul.

Ill the gospels, as well as epistles, faith, or be- lieving in Jesus Christ, is required, as the way and method of being a partaker of the blessings of salvation ; for without faith there is no salvation, according to the gospel. This faith unites the soul to Christ, and makes the believer a member of Christ's mystical body. Faith is wrought in the soul by the Spirit of God, who convinces him of the evil and danger of sin, which makes him ob- noxious to the law of God ; and seeing no othei way of hell), he applies to Christ to be bis pro- phet, priest, and king ; receives him as proposed in the liospel, and trusts and relies upon him and his righteousness for pardon and salvation. And where this faith is, it is attended with repentance and holiness, which give a nieelness for heaven; ami a true faith in Jesus Christ and his righteous- ness may be said to entitle the believer to the heavenly kingdom. " If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature." Justification and sancti- fication are blessings connected together, and gra- ciously bestowed upon one and the same person.

Ihe New Testament is the last dispensation ot the Covenant of Grace : and it may be called Mew, because it is never to wax old or be abolish- ed ; and this is eviilent, because it concludes with a iJiomise of Christ's second coming at the end of the world. Uev. xxii. 50. "Surely I come quickly : Amen. Even so, come. Lord Jesus. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all." Allien.

A. C. LONDON, December 11, 1749



I THF.creafion of lieavenand earth, Softlielight, fi. of the firmHinent, 9 of the earth separated Irom the waters, 11 and made fruitful ; 14 of ihe sun, moon, and stars ; CO of fish ami fowl ; C-J of beasts and cattle ; CO of man in the image of God, 29 Also the appointment of fond.

II. 1 The first sabbath. 4 1 he manner of the crea- tion. 8 The planting of the garden of Eden, 10 and the river thereof. 17 The tree of knowleilae only forbidden. 19, CO The na ning of the crea- tures. CI The making of woman, and institution of iiiai riaje.

III. 1 J he serpent deceivefh Eve. 6Man'sshan)e- ful fall. 9 God arraigns them. 14 1 lie serpent is cursed. 15 The promised Seed. 16 The punish- ment of mankind. CI. '1 heir first clothing. C2 Their casting out of paradise.

IV. 1 The birth, trade, and religion of Cain and Abel. 8 Themurderof Abel. 9 J he curse o( Cain. 17. Enoch the first city. 19 Lamech and his two wives. 25 The birth of Seth, C6 and Enos.

V. 1 The genealogy, age, and death of the patri- archs from Adam to Koah. 24 The godliness and translation of Enoch.

VI. 1 I he wickednessof the world, which provoked God's wrath, and caused the flood. 8 Noah fimls grace. 13 The order, form, and end of the ark.

VII. 1 Noah, with his family, and the living crea- tures, enter into the ark. 17 I he beginning, in- crease, and continuance of the flood.

VIII. 1 The waters assuage. 4 The ark resteth on Ararat. 7 The raven and the dove. 15 Noah, being commanded, 18 goeth forth of the ark. CO He buildeth an altar, and offereth sacrifice, CI ■which God accepteth, and promiseth to curse the earth no inore.

IX. 1 God blessetli Noah. 4 Blood an

X. 1 Ihe generations of Noah. 2 The sonsof Ta- phet, 6 the sons of Ham. 8 Nimrod the first inonarch. 21 The sons of Shem.

XI. 1 One language in the world. .■? The building of Habel. 5 Ihe confusion of tonL'ues. K) Ihe generationsofShem. 27 The generations of Terah the tatlier of Abram. 31 Terah goeth from Urto Haran.

XII. 1 God calls Abram, and blesses him with a pro- mise of Christ. 4 He departs with I/it from Haran. 6 He travels through Canaan, 7 which is promised bill! in a vision. 10 lie is driven by a famine into Egypt. 11 Keaj- makes him feian Ills wife to be his sister. 14 Pharaoh having taken her from him, by plagues is compelled to restoio lier.

XIII. 1 Abram and I/)t return out of Egypt. 7 By disagreement they part asunder. 10 Ix)t goes to wicked Soilom. 14 (Jod renews the promise to Abram. 18 lie removes to Hebron, and iheie builds an altar.

XIV. 1 The battle of four kings against five. 11 Lot is taken prisoner. 14 Abram rescues him. 18 Melchisadek blesses Abram. 20 Abram gives him tithe. 22 The rest of the si>oil, his partners having had their portions, he restores to the king of So- dom.

XV. 1 God encouraees Abram. 2 Abram complains for want of an heir. 4 God promises him a son, and a multiplying of his seed. C Abram isjusti- fied by faith. 7 Canaan is promised again, and confirmed by a sign, 12 and a vision.

XVI. 1 Sarai, being barren, gives Hagarfo Abram. 4 Hagar being afflicted for despising her mistress, runneth away. 7 Anangelsendsher back to sub- mit licrself, 11 and tells herofber child. 15 Ish- niael is born.

XVII. 1 God renews the covenant. 5 Abram's name u changsd, in token of a greater blessing. 10 Cir-

cumcision is instituted. 15 Sarai's name is chang- ed, and she blessed. 17 Isaac is pronnsed. 23 Abraham and Ishmael are circumcised.

XVIII. 1 Abraham entertains three angels. 9 Sarah is reproved for laughing at the stiange promise. 17 The destruction of Sodom is revealed to Abra- ham. 23 Abraham makes intercession for tlie men thereof.

XIX. 1 Lot entertains two angels. 4 Tlie vicious Sodomites are stricken with blindness. 12 Lot is sent tor safety into the mountains. 18 He obtains leave to go to Zoar. Ct .Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed. CO Ixjt's wife is a pillar of salt. .30 Lot dwells in a cave. 31 Ttie incestuous original of Moab and Ammon.

XX. 1 Abraham sojoujns at Gerar, 2 denies his wife, and loses her. 3 Abimelech isreproveil for her in a dream. 9 He rebukes Aliraham, 14 re- storeth Sarah, 16 and reproves her. 17 He is healed hy Abraham's prayer.

XXI. 1 Isaac is born. 4 He is circumcised. 6 Sa- rah's joy. 9 Hagar and Ishmael are cast forth. 15 Hagar in distress. 1" 1 he ansel comforts her.

22 Abimelech's covenant with Abraham at Beer- shelia.

XXI I. 1 Abraham is tempted to offer Isaac. 3 He gives proof of bis faith and obedience. 11 The angel stayeth him. 13 Isaac is exchanged with a ram. 11 1 he place is called .lehovahjireh. 15 Abraham is blessed again. 20 Tlie generation of Nahor unto Uebekah.

XXUI. 1 The age and death of Sarali. 3 The pur- of Machpelah, 19 where Sarah was buried.

XXIV. 1 Abraham swears his servant. 10 J he ser- vant's journey. 12 His prayer. 14 His sign. 15 Rebekah meets him, 18 fulfils his sign, 22 re- ceives jewels, 23 shews her kindred, 25 ami invites him home. CO The servant blesses God. C8 Laban entertains him. 34 The servant shews his message. 50 Laban and Bethuel approve it. 58 Kebekah consents to go. 62 Isaac meets her.

XXV. 1 The sons of Abraham by Ketuiah. 5 The division of his goods. 7 His age and death. 9 His burial. 12The generations of Ishmael. 17 His age and death. 19 Isaac prays for Hebekah, being barren. 22 The children strive in her womb. 24 The birth of Esau and .lacob. 27 Their difference. 29 lisau sells his birthright.

XXVI. 1 Isaac because of famine went to Gerar. e God instructs and blesses him. 7. He is reproved by Abimelech for denving his wife. 12 He prows rich. 18 He digs Eselt, Sitnah, and Kehoboth.

23 Abimelech makes a covenant with him at Beersheba. 34 Esau's wives.

XXVII. 1 Isaac sends Esau for venison. 5 Rebe- kah instrncteth Jacob to obtain the blessing. 15 Jacob, under the person of Esau, obtains it. .30 Esau brings venison. 33 Isaac trembles. 34 Esau complains, and bj' importunity obtains a blessing. 41 He threatens Jacob. 42 Kebekah disappoints it.

XXVIII. 1 Isaac blesses Jacob, and sends him to Padan-Aram. 9 Ksau marries Malialath the daughter of Ishmael. 10 The vision of .Jacob's ladder, 18 The stone of Bethel. 20 Jacob's vow.

XXIX. 1 Jacob comes to the well of llaran. 9 He takes acquaintance of Rachel. 13 Laban enter- tains him. 18 .lacob covenants lor Kachel. 23 He is deceived with Leah. 28 He marrieth also Rachel, anil serves for her seven years more. 32 Leah bears Ueuben, 33 Simeon, 34 Levi, 35 and Judah.

X.X.X. I Kachel, in grief for her barrenness, gives Bilhah, her maid, inifo Jacob. 5 She l)ears Dan and Naphlali. Leah gives Zilpah, her maid, who bears Gad and Asher. 14 Reuben finds man- drakes, with which Leah buyeth her husband of Rachel. 17 Leah bears Issachar, Zebulun, and Dinah, CC Rachel bears Joseph. 25 Jacob desires to depart. 27- Laban stays biin on a new covenant. 37 Jacob's policy, whereby be became ricli.

XXXI. 1 Jacob upon displeasure departeth secret ly . 19 Rachel steaU her father's images. 22 Laban pursues him, 26 a:«l compla'.ns of Ihe wrong. 34 Kacliel's policy to hide the images. 36 Ja- cob's complaint ot Laban. 43 The covenant of Laban and Jacob at Galeed.

XX.VU. 1 Jacob's vision at Mahanaim. 3 His message to Esau . 6 1 1 e is afraid of Esau's coming. 9 He pravs for deliverance. 13 He sends a pre- sent to Esau. 24 He wrestles with an angel at Peniel, where he is called Israel. 31 He lialt- eth.

XXXIII. 1 The kindness of Jacob and Esau at their meeting. 17 Jacob comes to Succoth. 18 He buys a field at Salem, and builds an altar called Elohe-Israel.

XXXIV. 1 Dinah is ravished by Shechem. 4 lie sues to marry her. 13 1 he sons of Jacob offer the condition of circunicisiou to the Sbechemiles.

20 Hamor and Shechem persuade them to accept it. 25 The sons of Jacob, uiwn that advantage, slay them, 27 and si»il their city. 30 Jacob re- proves bimeon and Levi.

XXXV. 1 God sends Jacob to Bethel. 2 He purgeth his house of idols. 6 He builds an altar at Bethel. 8 Deborah dies at Allon-Bachuth. 9 God blesses Jacob at Bethel. 16 liachel tra- Tails of Beniamin, and dies in the wav to Edar. 22 Reuben lies with Billiah. 23 The sons of Jacob. 27 Jacob conies to Isaac at Hebron. 28 The age, death, and burial of Isaac.

XXXVI. I Esau's three wives. 6 Hisremoving to mount Seir. 9 Hissoiis. 15 The dukes which de- scende

XXXVII. 2 Joseph is hated of his brethren. 5 His two dreams. 13 Jacob sends him to visit his brethren. 18 His brethren conspire his death.

21 Reuben saves him. 26 They sell him to the Ishmaelites. 31 His father,

XXXVIII. 1 J udah begets Er.Onan, and .Shelah.

6 Kr marries Taniar. 8 The trespass of Onan. 11 Tamar stays for Slielah. 13 She deceives Judah. C7 She bears twins, Pharez and Zarah.

XXXIX. 1 Joseph advanced in Potipliar'S house.

7 He resisteth his mistress's temptation. 13 He IS falsely accused. 19 He is cast into prison, il God is with him there.

XL. 1 The butler and baker of Pharaoh in prison.

4 Joseph hath charge of them. 5 He interprets their dreams. CO They come to pass according to his interpretation. 23 The ingratitude of tlie butler.

XLI. 1 Pharaoh's two dreams. 9 Joseph inter- prets them. 33 He gives Pharaoh counsel. 38 .loseph is advanced. 50 He begets Manasseh and Ephraim. 54 'Ihe famine begins.

XLI I. 1 Jacob sends his ten sons to buy corn in Egypt. 6 They are imprisoned by Joseph for spies. 18Thev are set at liberty, on condition to bring Beniam'iii. 21 They have remorse for Jo- seph. 24 Simeon is kept for a pledge. 25 They return with corn, and their money. 29 Their rn- lation to Jacob. 36 Jacob refuseth to send Ben- iamin.

XLI 1 1. 1 .Tacob is hardly persuaded to send Ben- jamin. 15 Joseph entertains bis bretliren. 31 Ha makes them a ♦east.

XI.IV. 1 .Joseph's policy to stay his brethren. 14 .ludah's humble supplication to Joseph.

XLV. 1 Joseph makes himself known to his bre- thren. 5 He comforts them in God's providence. 9 He sends for his father. 16 Pharaoh confirms it. 21 Joseph furnishes them for their journey, and exhorts them to unity. 25 Jacob is reviveil with the news.

XLVI. 1 Jacob is comforted by God at Beersheba.

5 Thence he with his compani' goes into Egypt.

8 'The number of bis family that went into Egypt,



CB. Jostpli meets .Jacob. .Il He instructs his bre- thren how to answer to Pharaoh.

XIA'II. 1 Joseph presents five of his brethren, 7 and his father, before Pharaoh. 11 He (ji^estheni habitation and maintenance. 1:S He Mets all the Egyptians' money, 16 their cattle, 18tlieirlanle swears Joseph to bury him with his fathers.

XLVIII. 1 Joseph with his sons visit his sick father. 2 Jacob strengthens himself to bless them. 3 lie repeats the promise. SHef'ics Ephraim and Ma- nassebas hisown. 7 He tells him of his mother's tirave. 9 He blesses Kphraim and Manasseh. I7 He prefers the younger before the elder. 21 He prophesies of their return to Canaan.

XLIX. 1 Jacob calls his sons 10 bless lliem. .3 Their blessing in particular. 29 He charges them about bis burial. 3S He dies.

L. 1 I he mourning for Jacob. 4 Joseph gets leave of Pharaoh to go to bury him. 7 J he funeral. 15 Joseph comforts his brethren, wlio craved his par- don. 22 His age. 23 He sees the third generation of his sons. 24 He 1 phesies to his brethren of their return. 25 H ■ fakes an oath of them for his bones. 26 He dies, and is chested.


I. The children of Israel after Joseph's death do multiply, b J he more they are oppressed by a new king, the more they multiply. 15 Ihe godli- ness of the miuwives in saving the men children alive. 22 Pharaoh commands the male children to be cast into the river.

II. 1 Moses is born, 3 and in an ark cast info the flags. 5 He is found, and brought up by Pharaoh's daughter. IJ He kills an Effyptian. 13 He re- proves an Hebrew. 15 He flees into Mid ian. 21 He marries Zipporah. 22 Gershou is born. 23 God respects tlie Israelites' cry.

III. 1 Moses keeps Jethro's flock. 2God appears to him in a burning bush. 9 He sen

IV. 1 Moses's rod is turned info a serpent. 6 His hand is leprous. 10 He is loth to be sent. 14 Aaron is appointed to assist him. 18 Moses departs from Jethro. 21 God's message to Pharaoh. 24 Zippo- rah circumciseth her son. 27 Aaron is sent to meet Moses. 31 Ihe people believe them.

v. 1 Pharaoh chides Moses and Aaron for their message. 5 He increases the Israelites' task. 15 He cliecks their complaints. 19 Ihey cry out against Moses and Aaion. 22 Moses complains to God .

VI. 1 God renews his promise by his name JE- HOVAH. 14 Ihe genealogy of Reuben, 15 of Simeon, 16 of Levi, of whom came Moses and Aaron.

VII. 1 Moses is encouraged to go to Pharaoh. 7 Hisage. 8 His rod is turned into a serpent. 11 The sorcerers do the like. 13 Pharaoh s heart is hardened. 14 God's message to Pharaoh. 19 'I he liver is turned into blood.

VI II. 1 Erogs are sent. 8 Pharaoh applies to Mo- ses. 12 Moses by prayer removes them away. 16 The dust is turned into lice, which the magicians could by no means do. 20 The swarms of Hies. 25 Pharaoh inclines to let the people go, 32 but :>et is hardened.

IX. 1 The murrain of beasts. 8 The plague of boils and blains. 13 His message about the hail. 22 The plague of hail. 27 Pharaoh sues to Moses, 35 but yet is hardened.

X. 1 Go

XI. 1 Go

XII. 1 The beginning of the year is changed. 3 The passover is instituted. U The rite of the passover. 15 Unleavened bread. 29 1 he first- born are slain. 31 The Israelites are driven out of the land. .37 They come to Succoth. 43 i he ordinance of the passover.

XIU. 11 he first-born aresanclified to God. 3 The memorial of the passover is commanded. 1 1 The firstlings of beasts are now set apart. 17 I he Is- raelites go out of I'gy pt, and carry Joseph's bones with them. 20 They come to Etham. 21 God guides them by a pillar of a cloud, and a pillar of tire.

XIV. 1 God instructs tlie Israelites in their journey. 5 Pharaoh pursues them. 10 Ihe Israelites mur- mur. 13 Moses comforts them. 15Go

XV. 1 Moses's song. 22 Ihe people want water. 23 The waters of Marali are bitter. 25 A tree sweetens them. 27 At Elim are twelve wells, and seventy palm-trees.

XVI. 1 The Israelites come to Sin. 2Theymur- inur for want of bread. 4 God promises them bread from heaven. 11 Quails aie sent. 14 and Inanna. 16 I he ordering of manna. 25 It was not to be found on the sabbath. 32 An omer of it is preserved.

XVII. 1 The people murmur for water at Rephi- dim. 5 Go

■ up of Moses's hands. 15 Moses builds the altar JEHOVAH-Nissi.

XVII I. I Jethro bringeth to Moses his wife and two sons. 7 Moses entertains him. 13 Jethro's counsel is accepted. 27 Jethro departeth.

XIA'. 1 The people come to Sinai. 3 God's message by Moses to the people out of the mount. 8 The 704

people's answer returned again. 10 The people are prepared against the third day. 12 The moun- tain must not be touched. 16 The fearful pre- sence of (.Jod upon Ihe mount.

XX. 1 The ten commandments. 18 The people are afraid. 20 Moses comforts them. 22 Idolatry is forbidden. 24 Of what sort the altar should be.

XXI. 1 Laws for men-servants. 5 For the servant •whose ear is bored. 7 Eor women-servants. 12 For man-slaughter. 16 For stealers of men. 17 Eor cursers ot parents. 18 For smiters. 22 For a hurt by cliance. 28 For an ox that goreth. 33 For him that is an occasion of harm.

XXII. 1 Of theft. 50f damage. 7 Of trespasses. 14 Of borrowing. 16 Of fornication. 18 Of witch- craft. 19 Of bestiality. 20 Of idolatry. 21 Of strangers, widows, and fatherless. 25 Of usury. 26 Of pledges. 28 Of reverence to magistrates. 29 Of the first-fruits.

XXIII. 1 Of slander and false witness. .3, 6 Of justice. 4 Of charitableness. 10 Of the year of rest. 12 Of the sabbath. 13 Of idolatry. llOf the three feasts. 18 Of the blood and the fat of the sacrifice. 20 An angel is promised, with a blessing, if they obey him.

X.VIV. 1 Moses is called up into the mountain. 3 'I he people promise obedience. 4 Moses builils an altar, and twelve pillars. 6Hesprinklestheblood of the covenant. 9 I he glory of God appeareth.

14 Aaron and Hur have the charge of the people.

15 Moses goeth into the n\\\\ounlain, where he cou- tinueth forty days and forty nights.

XXV. 1 What the Israelites must offer for the mak- ing of the tabernacle. 10 The form of the ark. 17 The mercy-seat, with the cherubims. 23 The table, with the furniture thereof. 31 The caudle- stick, with the instruments thereof.

XXVI. 1 The ten curtains of the tabernacle. 7 The eleven curtains of goats' hair. 14 I be covering of rams' skins. 15 The board of the tabernacle, with their sockets and bars. 31 Ihe vail for the ark. .36 The hanging for the door.

XXVII. 1 The altarof burnt offering with the ves- sels thereof. 9 1 he court of the tabernacle enclos- ed witb hangings and pillars. 18 The measure of tlie court. 20 The oil for the lamp.

XXVIII. 1 Aaron and bis sons are set apart for Ihe priest's office. 2 Holy garments are apixiiuted. 6 ■J he ephod. 15 The breast-plate, w ith twelve pre- cious stones. 30 The Urim and Ihummim. 31 The robe of the ephod, with pomegranates and bells. 36 The plateof the mitre. .39 The embroi- dered coat. 40 The garments for Aaron's sons.

XXIX. 1 The sacrifice and ceremonies of conse- crating the priests. 3i! Ihe continual burntofi'er- ing. 45 God's promise to dwell among the chil- dren of Israel.

XXX. 1 The altar of incense. 11 The ransom of souls. 17 The brazen laver. 22 The holy anoint- ing oil. 34 The composition of the pertume.

XXXI. 1 Bezaleel and Aholiab are called and made meet for the work of the tabernacle. 12 U'he observation of tlie sabbath is again com- manded. 18 Moses receives the two tables.

XXXII. 1 The people, in the absence of Moses, cause Aaron to make a calf. 7 God is displeased therewith. 11 By the intercession of Moses he is appeased. 15 Moses cometh down with the tables. 19 He breaks them. 20 He destroys the calf. 22 Aaron's excuse for himself. 25 Sloses causes the idolaters to be slain. .30 He prays for the people.

XXX I II. 1 The Lord refusetli to go as he had pro- mised with the people. 4 The people murmur thereat. 7 ^ ''* tabernacle is removed out of the camp. 9 The I.x)rd talketh familiarly with Moses. 12 Moses desires to see the glory of God.

XXXIV. J 'Ihe tables are renewed. 5Thenameof the Lord proclaimed. SMosesentreateth God to go with them. 10 God makes a covenant with them, repeating certain duties of tlie first table. 28 Moses, after forty days in the Mount, comes down Willi the tables. 29 His face shines, and he covers it with a vail.

XXXV. TJ he sabbath. 4 The free gifts for the ta- bernacle. 20 'Ihe readiness of the people to offer. .30 Bezaleel and Aholiab are called to the work.

XXXVI. 1 Thr offerings are

XXXVII. 1 The ark. 6 1 he mercy-seat with cherubims. 10 The table with his vessels. 17 The (aiidlestick with his lamps and instiumenls. 25 The altar of incense. 29 The anointing oil, and sweet incense.

XXXVI I I. 1 I he altar of burnt offerings. 8 The laver of brass. 9 Ihe court. 21 The sum of what the people offered.

X.XXIX. 1 Ihe clothes of service and holy gar- ments. 2 The epliod. 8 Tlie breast-plate. 22 The robe of the ephod. 27 I he coals, mitre, and girdle of fine linen. .30 Tlie plate of the holy crown. 32 All is viewed and approved by Moses.

XL. The tabernarle is commanded to be reared, 9 and anointed. 13 Aaron and his sons to besanc- tifieil. It) Moses performs all things accordingly, 34 A cloud covers the tabernacle.


I. Of the burnt offerings. 3 Of the herd, 10 of tlie flock, 13 of the fowls.

II. 1 The meat offering of flour with oil and in- cense, 4 either baked in the oven, 5 or on a plate, 7 or in a frying-pan, 12 or of the first-fruits in the ear. 13 'I lie salt of the meat offering.

III. 1 The meat offering of the herd, 6 of the flock, 7 either a lamb, 12 or ^ goat.

IV. 1 'Ihesinoftcringof Ignorance, 3 for the priest, 13 for the congregation, 22 for the ruler, 27 tor any of the people.

V. 1 lie that sinneth m concealing his knowledge,

2 in touching an unclean thing, 4 or in making an I oath. 6 His trespass offering, of the flock, 7 of fowls, 11 orof Hour. 14 1 he trespass oftering in ' sacrilege, 17 and in sins of ignorance. 1

VI. 1 The trespa.s3 offering for sins done wittingly. 8 'Ihe law ot^ the burnt oftering, 14 and of the meat offering. 19 The offering at the consecra- tion of a priest. 24 'The law of the sin oftering.

VII. 1 'The law of the trespass oftering, 11 an

friest's portion in the peace ofterings. II. 1 Moses consecrates Aaron and bis sons. 14 Their sin oftering. 18 Their burnt offering. 22 The ram of consecrations. 31 The place and time of their consecration.

IX. 1 The first offering of Aaron for himself and the people. 8 Ihe sin offering, 12 and the burnt- oftering for himself. 15 The offerings for the people. 23 Moses and Aaron bless the people. 24 Fire comes from the Ijord upon the altar.

X. 1 Kadab and Abibu, for offering strange fire, are burnt by fire. 6 Aaron and his sons are for- bidden to mourn for them. 8 1 he priests are for- bidden wine when they are to go into the taber- nacle. 12 The law of eating the holy things. 16 Aaron's excuse for transgressing thereof.

XI. 1 What beasts may, 4 and what may not, be eaten. 9 What fishes. 13 What fowls. 29 I he creeping things which are unclean.

XI 1. 1 llie purification of a woman after childbirtli. 6. Her offerings for purifying.

XIII. 1 Ihe laws and tokens whereby the priest is to be guided in discerning the leprosy,

XIV. 1 The rites and sacrifices in cleansing of the leper. .33 'I he signs of leprosy in a house. 43 'I he cleansing of that house.

XV. I 'ihe uncleanness of men in their issues. I." The cleansing of them. 19 The uncleanness of women in their issues. 28 Their cleansing.

XVI. 1 How the high-priest must enter into the holy place. II The sin oftering for himself. 15 The sin offering for tlie people. 20 The scape- goat. 29 The yearly feast of expiations.

XVII. 1 The blood of all slain beasts must be of- fered to the Lord at the door of the tabernacle. 7 'They must not offer to devils. 10 All eating of blood is forbidden, 15 and all thatdieth alone, or is torn.

XVIII. 1 Unlawful marriages. 19 Unlawful lusts.

XIX. 1 A repetition of divers laws.

XX. 1 Of him tliat giveth of his seed to Moloch. 4 Ofhim that favoureth such an one. 6 Of going to wizards. 7

XXI. 1 Of the priests' mourning. 6 Of their holi- ness. 8 Of their estimation. 7, 13 Of their mar- riages. 16 The priests that have blemishes must not minister in the sanctuary.

XXI I. 1 'Ihe priests in their uncleanness must ab- stain from holy things. 6 How they shall be cleansed. 10 Who of the priest's bouse may eat of the holy things. 17 The sacrifices must be without blemish. 26 The age of Ihe sacrifice. 29 The law of eating the sacrifice of thanksgiving.

XXIII. 1 'Ihe feaslsof Ihe l^rd. 3 1 he sabbath. 4 The passover. 9 'Ihe sheaf of first-fruits. 15 'Ihe feast of pentecost. 22 G leanings to be left for the poor. 23 ihe feast of trumpets. 26 The day of atonement. 33 The toast of tabernacles.

XXIV. 1 The oil for the lamps. 5 The shew- bread. 10 Shelomith'sson blasphemeth. 13 'Ihe law of blasphemy. 17 Of murder. 18 Of dam- age 23 The blasphemer is stoned.

XXV. 1 The sabbatli of Ihe seventh year. 8 The ju- bilee in the fiftieth year. 14 Of oppression. 18 A blessing of obedience. 23Be

XXVI. 1 Of idolatry. 2 lieligiousness. A bless- ing to them that keep the commanilnients. 14 A curse to those that tireak them. 40 God pro- mises to remember them that repent.

XXVII. 1 He that makelh a singular vow must be the lord's. 2 '1 he estimation of the jierson. 9 Of a beast given by vow. 14 Of a bouse. 16 Of a field, and the redemption thereof. 28 No devoted thing may be redeemed. 32 The lithe may not be changed.


I. God commandetb Moses to numt)er the people. 5. the iirinces of the tribes. 17 1 be number of every tribe. 47 'The levites are exempted for the service of the Ixird.

II. 1 The order of the tribes in their tents.

III. 1 The soiisof Aaron. 5 Tlie Levites are given to the priests for Ihe service of the tabernacle, 11 insteail of the first-born. 14 The Levites are numliereil by their families. 21 The families, number, and charge of the Gershonites. 27 Of the Kohatbiles. .33 Of the Merariies. 3tt The place and charge of Moses and Aaron. 40 The firstborn are freed by the Levites. 44 'The over- plus are re

1\\\\ . 1 'I he age anil time of the Levites' service. 4 'I he carriage of the Kohalhites when the priests have taken down the taliernacle. 16 The charge of Eleazar. I7 The oflice of the priests. 21 The carriage of the Gershonites. 29 The cariiage of the Meraiites. 34 The number of the Kohalhites, .38 of the CJershonites, 42 and of the Merariies.

V. 1 The unclean are removed out of the camp. 5 Restitution is to be made in trespasses. 11 'i he trial of jealousy.

VI. 1 1 he law of the Nazarites. 22 The form of blessing Uie people.


Vn. 1 Theofferingof the princes at (tie dedication of the tabernacle. 10 Their several oft'erin^s at the (ieiiication of the altar. B'J God speaks to Jloses from the mercy-seat.

VIII. 1 How the lamps are to be lighteii. 5 The consecration of the Levites. 23 The aye and time of their service.

IX. 1 The passoveris commanded again. 6 A se- cond passover allowed for thein tliat were unclean or absent. 15 The cloud guides the reuiovings andencampings of the Israelites.

X. 1 1 he use of the silver trumpets. llThe Israel- ites remove from Sinai to Paran. 14 The order of their march. 29 Hobab is entreated by. Moses not to leave them. 35 1 he blessing of Moses at the removing and resting of the ark.

XI. l/The burning at iaberah quenched by Moses's prayer. 4 The people lust for tiesh, and loathe inanna. 10 Moses complains of his charge. If/ CJod divides his burden unto seventy elders. 31 Quails are given in wrath at Kibrotii-hattaavah.

XII. 1 God rebukes the sedition of Miriam and Aaron. 10 Miriam's leprosy is l]ealed at the prayer of Moses. 14 God commands her to be shut outiof the host.

XII I. 1 The names of the men who are sent to search the land. 1" f heir instructions. CI ilieir acts. 'JO I heir relation.

XIV. 1 The people murmur at the news. 6 Joshua and Caleb labour to still them. 11 God threatens them. 13 Moses persuades God, and obtains par- don. C6 The uiurmurers are deprived of entering into the land. 3ti The men who raised tlie evil report, die by plague. 40 The people that would in- vade the land against the will of (iod, are smitten.

XV. 1 The law of themeat-ofi'ejingand tlie drink- offering. 13, 29 Ihe stranger is under tlie same law. 17 The law of the tirst of the dougli for a heave-offerinjr. 22 The sacrihce for sins of iijno- rance. 30 J'he punishment of presumption." ,32 He tiiat violates the sabbath is stoned. 37 The law of fringes.

XVT. 1 The rebellion of Korah, Dathan, and Abi- ram. 23 Closes separates the people from the rebels' tents. 31 The earth swallows up Korah, and a fire consumes the others. .30 The censers are reserved to holy use. 41 I'ourteen thousand and seven hundred are slain by a plague for murmuring against Moses and Aaron. 46 Aaron by incense stays the plague.

XVII. 1 Aaron's rod among all the rods of the tribes only tiourisheth. 10 It is left for a monu- ment against the rebels.

XVTII. 1 The charge of the priests and Levites. 9 1 he priests' portion. 21 Tlie I.evites' portion. 25 The lieave-otfering to the priests out of the Levites' portion.

XIX. 1 The water of separation made of the ashes of a red heifer. 11 Ihe law for the use of it in purification of the unclean.

XX. 1 The children of Israel come to Zin, -where Miriam dies. 2 They murmur for wantof water. ■7 Moses smiting the rock brink's forfli water at Meribah. 14 Moses at Kadesli desires passage through Edom, which is lienied him. 22 At mount Hor Aaron resigns his place toEleazar, anddies.

XXI. 1 Israel, with some loss, destroy the Ca- naanites at Hormali. 4 The people murmuring are plagued with fiery serpents. 7 i hey repent- ing are healed by a brazen serpent. 10 Sundry journeys of the Israelites. 21 Sihon is overcome, .'53 and Og.

XXI L 1 Balak's first message for Balaam is re- fused. 15 His second message obtains him. 22 An angel would have slain limi, if his ass had not saved him. :id Balak entertains him.

XXIII. 1, 13, 28 Balak's sacrifice. 7,18 Balaam's parable.

XXIV. 1 Balaam leaving divinations, prophesies the happiness of Israel. 10 Balak in auger dis- misses him. 15 He prophesies ofth.- star of Ja- cob, and the destruction of some nations.

X.W. 1 Israel at .Shittiui commit whoredom am! idolatry, fi Phinehas killetli Zimriand CozM. lo God therefore gives him an everlastiiiii priest- hood. 15 I he Midianites are to be vexed.

XXVI. 1 1 he sum of all Israel is taken in the plains of Moab. 52 The law of divi.liiig among them the inheritance of the laml. 57 I he families and number of Levites. 63 JS'one were left of them which were numbered at Sinai, but Caleb and Joshua.

X.XVII. 1 The daughters of Zelophehad sue for an inheritance. 6 The law of inheritance. 12 .Moses beins told of his death, sues for a successor. 18 Joshua is appointed to succeed him.

X.XVUL 1 OtTeriuL's are to be observed. 3 'I'lie continual burnt-offering. 9 The oflVriu^ on the sabbath, 11 on the new moons, 10 at the pasaover, 20 in the dav of lirstfruils.

X.XI.X. 1 I lie otiering at tlie of trumpets, 7 at the day of afflicting their souls. 13 and on tlie eight days of the feast of tabernacles.

X.X.X. 1 v'ows are not to be broken. 3 Thecxcep- tion of a maid's vow. Of a wile's. 9 Of a widow's, or her that is divorced.

XX.XI. 1 The Midianites are spoiled, and Balaam slain. 13 Moses is wroth with the otlicers, for savingthe women alive. 19 How the sohlicrs, with their captives and spoil, are to be l>urilitil. 25 The proportion whereby the prey is to be di- vided. 48 Ihe voluntary oblation unto the trea- sury of the Lord.

X.X.'KIL 1 The Heubenites and Gadites sue for their inheritance on that side Jordan. .Moses reproves them. 10 They offer him conditions to his content. 33 Moses assigns tliein the land. 39 I'hey conquer it.

X.XXIII. 1 Iwo and forty journeys of the Israel- ites. 50 The Canaanites are to be destroved.

X.X.XIV. 1 The borders of the land. 16 The names of the men \\\\vhich shall divide it.

XXXV. 1 Eight and forty cities for Ihe Levites, with their suburbs, and measure thereof. Si.\\\\ of them are to be cities of refuge. 9 The laws of '_murder. 31 JS'o satisfaction for murder.

XX.XVI. 1 The inconvenience of the inheritance of daughters, 5 is remedied by marrying in their own tribes, 7 lest the inheritance should be re- moved from the tribe. 10 Ihe daughters of Ze- lophehad marry their father's brother's sons.


I. Jloses's speech in the end of the fortieth year, briefly rehearsing the story, of God's promise,

9 ot giving them officers, 19 of sending the spies to search the land, 34 of God's anger tor tljeir incredulity, 41 and disobedience.

II. 1 The story is continued, that they were not to meddle with the Edomites, 9 nor with the Moah- ites, 17 nor with the Ammonites, 24 but Sihon the Amorite was subdued by them.

III. 1 The story of the conquestof Og king of Ba- shan. 11 The biL'ness of his bed. 12 The distribu- tion of those lands to the two tribes and half. 23 Moses's prayer to enter into the land. 26 He is permitted to see it.

1\\\\. 1 An exiiortation to obedience. 41 Moses ap- points the three cities of refuse on that sitte Jordan.

V. 1 The covenant in Horeb. 6 Ihe ten command- ments. 22 At tlie people's request Moses receives the law from God.

VI. 1 1 he end of the law is obedience. 3 An ex- hortation thereto.

VII. 1 Communion with the nations is forbidden,

4 for fear of idolatry, 6 for the holiness of the people, 9 for the nature of God in his mercy and justice, 17 for the assuredness of victory wiiich (iod will give over them.

VI I I. 1 An exhortation to obedience in regard of (Jod's dealing with them.

IX. 1 Moses

X. 1 God's mercy in restoring the two tables, 6 in continuing the priesthood, 8 in separating the tribe of I,, 10 in hearkening to Moses's suit for the people. 12 -An exhortation to obedience.

XI. 1 An exhortation to obedience, 2 by their own experience of God's great works, 8 by promise of God's great blessings, 16 an

20 Ihe blessing and curse is set before them.

XII. 1 Monumentsof idolatry are to be destroyed.

5 Tlie place of God's service is to be kept. 10, 23 Blood is forbidden. 17, 20, 26 Holy things must be eaten in the holy place. 19 Jhe Levite is not to be forsaken. 29 Idolatry is not to be inquired after.

XI II. 1 ?'nticers to idolatry, 6 though near of kin to tlie magistrate, 9 are to be stoned to death. 12 Idolatrous cities are not to spared.

XIV. 1 God's children are not to disfigure them- selves in mourning. 3 What may and what may not be eaten, 4 of beasts, 9 of fishes, 11 of fowls.

21 that which dies of itself may not be eaten.

22 Tithes of divine service. 23 lithes and first- lings of rejoicing before the Lord. 28 Ihe third year's tithe of alms and charity.

X\\\'. 1 Ihe seventh year a year of release for the jioor. 7 It must be no let of lending or giving. 12 An Hebrew servant, 10 except he will not depart, nuLst in the seventh year go free and well furnish- ed. 19 All firstling males of the cattle are to be sanctified unto the Jjird.

XVI. 1 Ihe feast of the passover, 9 of weeks, 13 of tabernacles. 10 Every male must offer, as he is able, at these three tea.sts. 18 Of .indges and justice. 22 (iroves and images are forbidden.

X\\\'ll. 1 The things sacrilicerl must be sound. 2 Idolaters must be slain. 8 Hard controversies are to be determined by tlie priests and judges. 12 The contemner of that determination must die. 14 Ihe election, 10 and duty, of a king.

X\\\\T II. 1 The Lord is the priests' and Levites' in- heritance. 3 Ihe priests' due. The Levites' portion. 9 I he aboiiunations of the nations are to be avoided. 15 Christ the prophet is to be heard. 20 The presumptuous prophet is to die.

Xl.X. 1 Thecities of refuge. 4 Ihe privilege thereof for the manslayer. 14 The landmark is not to be removed. 15 Two witne.sses at the least. 10 The punishment of a false witness.

Xa. 1 Ihe priests' exiiortation to encourage the lieople to tiattle. 5 Ihe olficers' proclamation who are to be dismissed from the war. 10 How to use the cities that accept or refuse the pro- clamation of peace. 16 What cities must be ile- voted. 19 I'rees of man's meat must not be destroyed in the siege.

X.Xl. 1 The exi>iatloii of an uncertain murder.

10 The usage of a captive taken to wite. 15 1 lie first-born is not to be disinherited upon private affection. 18 A stubborn son is to be stoned lo death. 22 The malefactor must not hang all iiiLdit upon a tree.

X.Xl I. 1 Of humanity toward brethren. 5 The sex is to be distinguished by apparel. Ihe dam is not to be taken with her young ones. 8 I he house must have battlements. 9 Confusion is lo be avoided. 12 Iriiujes unon the vesture. 13 1 he 1/unishment of bim that slanders his wite, 20, 22 of adultery, 25 of rape, 2li and of fornication, .30 incest.

X.Xl 11. 1 Who may or may not enter into the congregali»iii. 9 Lncleanness to be avoided in the host. 15 Of the fugitive servant. 17 Of lilthmess. 18 Of abominable sacrifices. 19 Of usury. 21 Of vows. 21 Of trespasses.

X.X 1 V. 1 Of divorce. 5 A new married man goeth not to war. 0, 10 Of pledges. 7 Of man-stealers. H Of leprosy. 14 Ihe hire is to be given. 10 Of justice. 19 Of charity.

XXV. 1 Stripes must not exceed forty. 4 The ox is

not to be muzzled. 5 Of raising seed unto a bro- ther. U Of the immodest woman. 13 Of unjust weights. 17 Ihe .memory of Amalek is to be blotted out.

XXVI. 1 The confession of him that offers the basket of first fruits. 12 The prayer of bim that gives his third year's tithes. 10 The covenant between God and the people.

X-XVIl. 1 The people are commanded to write the law upon stones. 5 and to build an altar ot whole stones. 11 Ihe tribes divided on Geriz- zim and Ebal. 14 The curses pronounced ou mount Ebal.

XX\\\\11I. llhe blessings for obedience. 15 The curses for disobedience.

X.VI.X. 1 .Moses exhorts them to obedience, by tlie memory of the works they have seen. 10 AH are presented before the Lord to enter into his covenant. 18 The great wrath on him that Hat- ters himself in his v^'ickedness. 29 Secret things belong to God.

X.XX. 1 Great mercies promised to the penitent.

11 The commandment is manifest. 15 iJeatli and lite are set before them.

XXXL 1 Closes encourages the people. 7 He en- courages Joshua. 9 He deli\\\\ers tlie law to the priests to read it in the seventh vear to the people. 14 God givts a charge to Joshua, 19 and a song to testify against tlie people. 24 Closes

XXXII. 1 3Io5es'ssons;, wliichdi5pla\\\\ sGod'smer- cy and vengeance. 40 Ileexhorts them to set ti.eir hearts upon it. 48 God sends him up to mount Xebo, to see the land and die.

X.V.XIII. 1 ihemajestyofGod. The blessings of the twelve tribes. 20 Jhe excellency of Israel

X.X'XIV. 1 Moses from mount Neboviewsthelaud. 5 He dies there. Ollis burial. 7 His age. 8Thirty days' mourning for him. 9 Joshua succeeds bim. 10 The praise of !Moses.


I. The Lord appoints Joshua to succeed Moses. 3 The borders ot the promised land. 5. 9 (iod firo- mises to assist Joshua. 8 He ^ives him instnic- tions. 10 He prepares the people to pass over .lordan. 12 Joshua puts the two tribes and a half in mind of their promise to Closes. 10 Ihey pro- mise him fealty.

II. 1 Hahab receives and conceals the two spies sent from Shittim. 8 J he covenant between her and them, 23 Their return and relation.

III. 1 Joshua comes to Jordan. 2 I he officers in- struct the people for the passage. 7 J he Lord en- couraiies Joshua. 9 Joshua encourages the people. 14 The waters of Jordan are divided.

IV. 1 I'welve men are appointed to take twelve stones for a memorial out of Jordan. 9 Twelve other stones are setup in the midst of .lordan. 10,

19 J he people passover. 14God magnifiesJiishua,

20 1 he twelve stones are pitched in (iilgal.

V. 1 The Canaanites are afraid. 2 Joshua renews circumcision. lOlhe passover is kejit at GiUal.

12 .Manna ceases. 13 An angel appi'ars to Joshua. Vi. 1 Jericho is shut up. 2 (Jod instructs Joshua

how to besiege it. 12 Jhe city is compasseil. 17 It must be accursed. 20 Ihe walls tall down. 22 l{abab is saved. 26 Jhe builder of Jericho is cursed.

VII. 1 Ihe Israelites are smitten at .Ai. Joshua'."! complaint. 10 (iod instructs him what to do. 10 Achan is taken by lot. 19 H is coufessi.on. 22 Both himself, and all he had, are deslio\\\\ eii in the valley of Achor.

VI I I. 1 God encourages Joshua. 3 J he stratas'em whereby A i was taken. 29 I he king thereof is hanged. .SO Joshua builds all altar, .32 writes the law on stones, 33 jiropounds blessings and cursings.

I.X. llhe kings combine against Israel. 3 IheGi- beoniles by

X. ri'ive kim;s war a^Miust Gibeon. O.iosliua res- cues it. loGodhghlaaLMiust them with hailstones. 12 I he sun and moon stand still at the word of Joilma. 10 1 he fi\\\\ e kiims are mured in acave. 21 J hey are broiitiht forth, 24 srornfully iK.vii. Co and hanged. 40 Sc. en kind's more are conquered. 43,lo-hu.i returns to (iiL'al.

XL 1 Livers kinusoven-ome at Ihe waters ot Me- lom. 10 llazor is taken and burnt. 10 All Ihe counlrv taken bv.loshua. 21 I he Aiiakimscul off.

XII. 1 The two kinus whose countries Mos.-s i,,ok and disposed of. 7 I he one and lliirtv kinus cin the other side of Jordan vihich .loshua smote.

XIII. 1 The bounds of Ihe land not v.t c oiuiuerecl. 8 I he inheritHiice of tlie two Iribc-s an. I half. 14. 33 J he Lord, and his sac i ilic is. are Ih. iiihcritaiu e of Levi. 15 I he hoimilsoflh.-inherilau.eof Reu- ben. 22 Balaam slain. 21! he homidsnfil!,. inhe- ritance of (; ad, 20 and the half tribe of Maua^seli.

X I \\\'. I The nine tribes and a half are t.i have their inheritance by lot. Caleb by privilege obtains Hebron.

X\\\'. 1 Ihe borders of the lot of Judab. l.T Caleb's iiortioii .ind conciiiest. 10 OlhiiiiJ lor his v:i|our lialh Achsah, Caleb's dam;liter. t.i wife. 18 She obtains a of her father. 21 J he cities of .ludah. 03 Jhe .lebusites net c-onquered.

X\\\\L iThe borders of the sons of Joseph. 5 I he Ixirder of the inlierit.iuce of Ephraim. 10 J he Canaanites not conquered.

XVII. 1 rhelololMana-sseh. 8lliscoast. 12 The Canaanites not driven out. 14 Ihe children of .loseph obtain another lot.

XVIII. 11 he tabernacle is .set up at Shiloh. 2 The remainder of the land is described, and divided into seven parts. 10 loshua divides it by lot. 11 J be lotaiicl iKirderof Beiiiamin. 21 I heir cities.

Xl.X. ri he lot of .Simeon, lOofZebulun, 17ofIs- sachar, 24 of Aslicr, .32 of Naphtali. 40 of Dan. 2 Z 705


46 The children of Israel give an inheritance to Joshua.

XX. 1 God commands.T and the children of Israel appoint the six cities of refuge.

X.VI. 1 Eight and forty cities given by lot, out of the other tribes, to the Levites. 43 God gave the land, and rest uuto the Israelites, according to bis promise.

XXII. 1 The two tribes and halfwith ablessingare sent home. 9 They build the altar of testimony, in their journey. U The Israelites are offended thereat. 21 1 fiey give them good satisfaction.

XXI 1 1, 1 Joshua's exhortation before liis death, .3 by former benefits, 5 by promises. Hand by threats.

XXIV. 1 Joshua assembles the tribes atShechem. 2 A brief history of God's benefits from Terali. 14 He renews a covenant between them and God. 26 A stone the witnessoftlie covenant. 29 Joshua's age, death, and burial. 32 Joseph's bones are buried. 33 Eleazar dies.


X. The acts of Judah and Simeon. 4 Adonibezek justly requited. R Jerusalem taken. 10 Hebron taken. 11 Othniel hath Achsah to wife for taking ofDebir. 16The Kenitesdwell in Judah. 17 Hor- mah, Gaza, Askelon, and Ekrou taken. 21 The acts of Benjamin. 22 Of the house of Joseph, who take Bethel. ."50 Of Zebulun. SlOfAsher. 33 Of Naphtali. 31 Of Dan.

II. 1 An angel rebukes tlie people at Bochim. 6 The wickedness of the new generation after Joshua. 14 God's anger and pity towards them. 20 The Canaanites are left to prove Israel.

III. 1 The nations which were left to prove Israel.

6 By communion with them they commitidolatry. 8 Othniel delivers tliem from Chushan-Kisha- thaim, 12 Ehud from Eglon, 31 Shamgar from the Philistines.

IV. 1 Deborah and Barak deliver them fromjabin and Sisera.

V. 1 The song of Deborah and Barak.

VI. 1 The Israelites for their sin are oppressed by Midian. 8 A prophet rebukes them. 11 An angel sends Gideon for their deliverance. 17 Gideon's present is consumed with fire. 2-1 Gideon destroys Baai's altar, and offers a sacrifice upon tiie altar Jehovah-shalom. 30 Joash defends his son, and calls him Jerubbaal. 33 Gideon's army. 36 Gideon's signs.

"VII. 1 Gideon's army of two and thirty thousand is brought to three hundred. 9 He is encouraged by the dream and interpretation of the barley cake. 16 His stratagem of trumpets and lamps in pitch- ers. 2+ The Ephraimites take Oreb and Zeeb.

VIII.l Gideon pacifies the Ephraimites. 4Succoth and Penuel refuse to relieve Gideon's army. 10 Zebah and Zalmunna are taken. 13 Succoth and Penuel are destroyed. 17 Gideon revenges his brethren's death on Zebah and Zalmunna. 22 He refuses government. 24 His ephod cause of idola- try. 28 Midian subdued. 29 Gideon's children, and death. 33 The Israelites' idolatry and ingra- titude.

IX. 1 Abimeleoh,by conspiracy with the Shechem- ites, and murder of his brethren, is made king.

7 Jotham by a parable rebukes them, and foretells their ruin. 22 Gaal conspires with the Shechem- itcs against him. 30 Zebu I reveals if. .34 Abi- nielech overcomes them, and sows the city with salt. 46 He bums the hold of the god Berith. SOAtThebez he is slain by a piece of a millstone. 56 Jotham's curse is fulhlled.

X. 1 Tola judges Israel in Shamir. 3 Jair, whose thirty sons had thirty cities. 6 The Philistines and Ammonites oppress Israel. 10 In their misery, God sends them to their false gods. 15 Upon their repentance, he pities them.

XI. 1 The covenant between Jcphthah and the Gileadites, that he should be tlieir head. 12 The trcatj; of peace between him and the Ammonites is in vain. 29 Jephthah's vow. 32 His conquests of the Ammonites. 34 He performs his vow on his daughter.

XII. IThe Ephraimites quarrelling with Jephthah, and discerned by Shibboleth, are slain by the Gileadites. 7 Jephthah dies. 8 Ibzan, who had thirty sons and thirty daughters, 12 and Elon, 13 and Abdon, who had forty sons and thirty nephews, judged Israel.

XIII. 1 Israel is in the hand of the Philistines. 3 An angel appears to Manoah's wife. 8 The angel appears to Manoah. 15 Manoah's sacrifice, where- by the angel is discovered. 24 Samson is born.

XIV. 1 Samson desires a wife of the Philistines. 6 In his journey he kills a lion. 8 In a second journey he finds honey in the carcase. 10 Sam- son's marriage feast. 12 His riddle by his wife is made known. 19 He spoils thirty Philistines. SO His wife is married to another.;

XV. I Samson is denied his wife. .3 He burns the Philistines' corn with foxes and firebrands. 6 His wife and her father are burnt by the Philis- tines. 7 Samson smites them hip and thigh. 9 He is bound by the men of Judah, and delivered to the Philistines. 14 He kills them with a jaw- bone. 18 God makes the fountain En-hakkore for him in Lehi.

XVI. 1 Samson at Gazaescapes, and carries away the gates of the city. 4 Delilah, corrupted by; the Philistines, enticeth Samson. 6 She is deceived thrice. 15 At last she overcomes him. 21 The Philistines take him and put out his eyes. 22 His strencth renewing, he pulls down the house upon the Philistines, and dies.

XVII. 1 Of the money that Micah firststole, then restored, his mother makes images, 5 and the ornaments for them, 6 He hires a Levite to be his priest.

XVIII. 1 "The Danitessend five men to seek out an inheritance. 3 At the house of Micah they con- «ult with Jonathan, and are encouraged in their


way. 7 They search Laish, and bring back news of good hope. 11 Six hundred men are sent to surprise it. 14 In the way they rob Micah of his priest and his consecrated things. 27 They win Laish, and call it Dan. 30 'i'hey set up idolatry, wherein Jonathan inherited the priesthood.

XIX. 1 A Levite goes to Bethlehem to fetch home his wife. 16 An oPd mau entertains him atGibeah. 22 The Gibeonites abuse his concubine to death. 29 He divides her into twelve pieces to send tliem to the twelve tribes.

XX. 1 The Levite in a general assembly declares his wrong. 8 The decree of the assembly. 12 The Benjamites being cited, make head against the Israelites. 18 The Israelites in two battles lose forty thousand. 26 They destroy by stratagem all the Benjamites, except six hundred.

XXI. IThe people bewail the desolation of Benja- min. 8 By the destruction of Jabesh Gilead they provide them four hundred wives. 16 They advise them to surprise the virgios that danced at Shilob.


I. Elimelech, driven by famine into Moab, dies there. 4 Mahlon and Chilion, having married wives of Moab, die also. 6 Naomi returning homeward, 8 dissuades her two daughters-in-law from going with her. 14 Orpah leaves her, but lluth with great constancy accompanies her. 19 'i'hey two come to Bethlehem, where they are gladly received.

II. 1 Ruth gleans in the fields of Boaz. 4 Boaz taking knowledge of her, 8 shews her great fa- vour. 18 What she got she carried to Naomi.

III. 1 By Naomi's instruction, o Ruth lies at Boaz's feet, 8 Boaz acknowledges the right of a kins- man. 14 He sends her away with six measures of barley.

IV. 1 Boaz calls intojudgment the next kinsman. 6 He refuses the redemption according to the man- ner in Israel. 9 Boaz buys the inheritance. 11 He marries Ruth. 13 She bears Obed the grandfattier of David. 18 The generation of Pbarez.


I. Elkanah, a Levite, having two wives, worships yearly at Shiloh. 4 He cherishes Hannah, thoufjh barren, and provoked by Peninnah. 9 Hannah in grief prays for a child. 12 Eli first rebuking her, afterwards blesses her. 19 Hannah having born Samuel, stays at home till he is weaned. 24 She presents him, according to her vow, to the Lord.

II. 1 Hannah's song in thankfulness. 12 The sin of Eli's sons. 18 Samuel's ministry. 20 By Eli's blessing, Hannah is more fruitful. 22 Eli reproves his sons. 27 A prophecy against Eli's house.

III. 1 How the word of the Lord was first revealed to Samuel. 11 God tells Samuel the destruction of Eli's house. 15 Samuel, though loth, tells Eli the vision. 19 Samuel grows in credit.

IV. 1 The Israelites are overcome by the Philistines at Eben-ezer. 3 They fetch the ark, to the ter- ror of the Philistines. 10 They are smittenagain, the ark taken, Hophni and Phinehas are slain. 12 Eli, at the news, falling backward, breaks his neck. 19 Phinehas's wife, discouraged in her travail with Ichabod, dies.

V. 1 The Philistines having brought the ark info Ashdod, set it in the house of Dagon. 3 Dagon falls down, and is cut in pieces, and they of Ash- dod smitten with enierods. 8 So God deals with them of Gath, when it was brought thither. 10 And so with them of Ekron, when it was brought thither.

VI. 1 After seven months the Philistines take coun- sel how to send back the ark. 10 They hring it on a new cart with an offering unto Beth-she- mesh. 19 The people are smitten for looking info the ark. 21 They send to them of Kirjath-jearim to fetch it.

VII. 1 They of Kirjath-jearim bring the ark info the house of Abinadab, and sanctify Eleazar'sson to keep it. 2 After twenty years, 3 the Israelites, by Samuel's means, solemnly repent at Mizpeh. 7 While Samuel prays and sacrifices, the Lord discomfits the Philistines by thunder, at Eben- ezer. 13 The Philistines are subdued. 15 Samuel peaceably and religiously judges Israel.

VIII. 1 By occasion of the evil government of Samuel's sons, the Israelites ask a king. 6 Samuel praying in grief, is comforted by God. 10 He tells the manner of a king. 19 God willeth Samuel to yield unto the importunity of the people.

IX. 1 Saul despairing to find his father's asses, 6 by the counsel of his servant, 11 and direction of young maidens, ISaccordingtoGod'srevelafion, 18 comes to Samuel. 19 Samuel entertains Saul at the feast. 25 Samuel, after secret communi- cation, brings Saul on his way.

X. 1 Samuel anoints Saul. 2 He confirms him by prediction of three signs. 9 Saul's heart is chang- ed, and he prophesies. 14 He conceals the mat- ter of the kingdom from his uncle. 17 Saul is chosen at Mizpeh by lot. 26 The diifereut affec- tions of his subjects.

XI. 1 N abash offers them of Jabesh Gilead a re- proachful condition. 4 They send messengers, and are delivered by Saul. 12 Saul thereby is confirmed and his kingdom renewed

XII. 1 Samuel testifies his integrity. 6 He re- proves the people of ingratitude. 16 He terrifies them with thunder in harvest time. 20 He com- forts them in God's mercy.

XIII. 1 Saul's selected band. 3 He calls the He- brews to Gilgal against the Philistines whose gar- rison Jonathan had smitten. 5 The Philisiines' great host. 6Thedi3tressof the Israelites. 8Saul, weary of staying for Samuel, sacrificeth. U Samuel reproves him. 17 The three spoiling bands of the Philistines. 19 The policy of the Philistines, to suffer do smith in Israel.

XIV. 1 Jonathan, unknown to his father, the priest, or the people, goes and miraculously smites the Philistines' garrison. 15 A divine ter- ror makes them beat themselves. 19 Saul not staying the priest's answer, sets on them, 21 'J'he captivated Hebrews, and the hidden Israel- ites, join against them. 24 Saul's unadvise

XV. 1 Samuel sends Saul to destroy Amalek. 6 Saul favours the Keniles. 8 He spares Agag and the best of the spoil. 16 Samuel denounces unto Saul, commending and excusing himself, God's rejection of him for his disobedience. 24 Saul's humiliation. 32 Samuel kills Agag. 31 Samuel and Saul part.

XVI. 1 Samuel sent by God. under pretence of a sacrifice, comes to Bethlehem. 6 His human judgment is reproved. 11 He anoints David. 15 Saul sends for David to quiet his evil spirit.

XVII. 1 The armies of the Israelites and Philis- tines being ready to battle, 4 Goliath conies proudly forth to challenge acombat. 12 David, sent by his father to visit his brethren, accepts the challenge. 28 Eliab chides him. 30 He is brought to Saul. 32 He shews the reason of his confidence. .38 Without armour, armed by faith, he kills the giant. 55 Saul takes notice of "David.

XVIII. 1 Jonathan loves David. 5 Saul envies his praise, 10 seeks to kill him in his fury, 13 fears him for his good success, 17 oflTcrs him his daughters for a snare. 22 David persuaded to be the king's son-in-law, gives two hundred fore- skins of the Philistines for Michal's dowry. 28 Saul's hatred, and David's glory, increases.

XIX. 1 Jonathan discovers his father's purpose to kill David. 4 He persuades his father to recon- ciliation. 8 By reason of David's good success in a new war, Saul's malicious rage breaks out against him. 12 Michal deceives her father witli an image in David's bed. 18 David comes to Samuel in Naioth. 20 Saul's messengere, sent to take Da\\\\id, 22 and Saul himself, prophesy.

XX. 1 David consults withjooathan forhissafety. 11 Jonathan and David renew their covenant by oath. 18 Jonathan's token to David. 24 Saul, missing David, seeks to kill Jonathan. 35 Jona- than lovingly takes his leave of David.

XXI. 1 David at Nob obtains of Ahimelech hal- lowed bread. 7 Doeg was present. 8 David takes Goliath's sword. 10 David at Gath feigns himself mad.

XXII. 1 Companies resort unto David at Adullam. 3 At Mizpeh he commends his parents unto the king of Moab. 5 Admonished by Gad, he comes to Hareth. 6 Saul going to pursue him, complains of his servants' unfaithfulness. 9 Doeg accuses Ahimelech. 11 Saul commands to kill the priests. 17 1 he footmen refusing, Doeg executes it. 20 Abiathar escaping, brings David the news.

XXIII. 1 David inquiring of the Lord by Abia- thar, rescues Keilan. 7 God shewing him the coming of Saul, and the treachery of' the Keil- ites, he escapes from Keilah. 14 In Ziph Jona> than comes and comforts him. 19 The Ziphites discover him to Saul. 25 At Maon he is rescued from Saul by the invasion of the Philistines. 29 He dwells at Engedi.

XXIV. 1 David in a cave at Engedi, having cut off Saul's skirt, spares his life. 8 He shews thereby his innocency. 16 Saul acknowledging his fault, takes an oath of David, and departs.

XXV. 1 Samuel dies. 2 David in Paran sends to Nabal. 10 Provoked by Nabal's churlishness, h« intends to destroy him. 14 Abigail discovering it, 18 takes a present, 23 and by her wisdom, 32 pacifies David. 36 Nabal hearing thereof, dies. 39 David takes Abigail and Ahinoamto be his wives. 44 Michal is given to Phalti.

XXVI. 1 Saul, by the discovery of the 2iphites, comes to Hachilah against David. 4 David com- ing into the trench, stays Abishai from killing Saul, but takes his spear and cruse. 13 David reproves Abner, 18 and exhorts Saul. 21 Saul acknowledges his sin.

XXVII. 1 Saul hearing David to be in Gath, seeks no more for him. 5 David begsZiklagof Achisb. 8 He, invadingother countries, persuades Acbish he fought against Judah.

XXVIII. 1 Achish puts confidence in David. $ Saul having destroyed the witches, 4 and now in his fear forsaken of God, 7 seeks to a witch. 9 The witch, encouraged by Saul, raises up Samuel. 15 Saul hearing his ruin, faints. 21 The woman, with his servants, refresh him with meat.

XXIX. 1 David marching with the Philistines, 3 is disallowed by their princes. 6 Achish dismisses him with commendations of his fidelity.

XXX. 1 The Amalekites spoil Ziklag. 4 David asking counsel, is encouraged by God to pursue them. 11 By means of a revived Egyptian, he is brought to the enemies, and recovers all the spoil. 22 David's law to divide the spoil equally be- tween them that fight and them that keep the stuff. 26 He sends presents to his friends.

XXXI. 1 Saul having lost his army, and his sons slain, he and his armour-bearer kill themselves. 7 'Ihe Philistines possess the forsaken towns of the Israelites. 8 They triumph over the dead carcases. 11 They of Jabesh Gilead, recovering the t)odies by night, burn thera at Jabesh, and raourafully bury their bones.


I. The Amalekite, who brought tidings of the over- throw, and accused himself of Saul's death, is slain. 17 David lamenteth Saul and Jonathan with a song.

II. 1 David, by God's direction, with his company I goes up to Hebron, where he is made king of Ju



dali. 5 He commenilsHliem of Jabtsh Gilead for their kiiuiness to Saul. 8 Abiier makes Ishbo- shtlli kin^ of Israel. IC A mortal skirniisli be- tween twelve of Abner's and twelve of ,loab"s men. 18 Asahel is slain. 05 At Abner's mo- tion Joab sounds a retreat. .'5'J Asahel's burial. II I. 1 Durina tlie war David L'rowsyet stronger. 2 Six sons were born to hiin in Hebron. 6 Abner displeased with IshlKisheth, IC revolts to David. l."i David requires a condition to brint: him his ■wife Michal. 1* Abner havina communed with the Israelites, is feasted by David, and dismissed. CC Joab leturnin;^ Irom battle, is displeased with tlieknig.and kil,s Abner. £8 David cuisesjoab, .SI and mourns lor Abner.

IV. 1 1 he Israelites bein^r troubled at the death of Abner, C Baana and Kechab slay lslit)oslieth, an

V. 1 I he tribes come to Hebron to anoint Daviu over Israel. 4 David's at-e. 6 He taking' Zion from the Jebusiles.ilwells in it. 11 Hiram seiuis to David, l.'i Eleven sons are born to him in Je- ru5ale?n. 1" David directed by God, smites the Philistines at Baal Perazim, C'.; and again at tlie mulberry-trees.

Y 1. 1 David fetches tlie ark from Kiijalh-jearim on a new cart. 6 I'zzah is smitten at Perez-Uzzah. 9 God blesses Obed-l'dom fortheaik. 12 David brings the ark into Zion with sacrihces, dances before it, for which Michal dt>piseili him. 17 He places it in the tabernacle witli great joy and feasting. 20 Miclial reproving David for his religious. ioy, is

VII. 1 Nathan first approving tlie purpose of Da- vid to build God a bouse, 4 after by the word of God forbids him. 12 He promises him benetlts ami blessings in his seed. 18 David's prayer and thanksgiving.

VIII. 1 David subdues the Philistines and Moab- ites. .•> He smites Hariadezer. and the Syrians. 9 'loi sends .loram with presents to bless him. n 'J he presents and tl'.e spoil David dedicates to Go

IX. 1 David by Ziba sends for Mephihosheth. Tor .lonalhan's sake he entertains at his table, and restores him all that was Saul's. 9 He makes Ziba his farmer.

X. David's messengers sent to comfort Hanun the son of Nahash, are treated cruelly by him. 6 'ihe Ammonites, strengthened by the Syrians, are overcome by Joab and Abishai. 15 Shobacli making a new supply of the Syrians at Helam, is slain by David.

XI. 1 \\\\vhile .loab besiegeth Rahbah, David com- mits 'adultery with Bath-sheba. 6 Iriah sent for by David to cover the adultery, would not go home either sober or drunken. 14 He carries to Joab the order for his death. 18 Joab sends the reiJort thereof to David. £6 David takes Bath- sheba to wife.

XII. 1 Mathan's parable of the ewe-lamb, causes David to be his own judge. 7 David reproved by ?>athan, confesses his sin, ami is pardoned. 15 Da- vid mourns and pi ays for the child while it lives. 24 Solomon is twjrn.and named Jedidiah. 2(5 Da- vid takes Kabbah, and tortures the people thereof.

XIII. 1 Amnon lovina'I'amar, by Jonaiiab's coun- sel feigning himself sick, ravislies her. 15 He hates her, and shamefully turns her away, ig Absalom entertains her, and conceals his pur- pose. 2,'i At a sheep-shearing among all the king'ssons, he kills Amnon. M David grieving at the news, is comforted bv .lonadab. 37 Absa- lom flies to lalmai at Geshur.

XIV 1 Joab, suborning a widow of a paiable to incline the king's heart to fetch home Absalom, brings him to . Jerusalem. 25 Absa- lom's beauty, hair, and children. 28 Att€r two years, Absalom by Joab is brought into the king's presence.

XV. 1 Absalom, by fair speeches and courtesies, steals the hearts of Israel. 7 Under pretence of a vow, he obtains leave to go to Hebron. 10 He makes there a great conspiiacy, l:i David, upon the news, flees trom Jerusalem. 10 Ittai would not leave biin. 24 Zadak and Abialharare sent back with the ark. .'io David and his company go up mount Olivet weeping. M He curses Ahitbophel's counsel. 32 Hushai is sent back with instructions.

XVI. 1 Ziba, by presents and false suggestions, obtains his master's inheritance. 5 At fialunim Shinu-i cuiseth David. 9 David witli patience abstains, and restrains others, from revenge. 15 Hushai insinuate!! himself into Absalom's coun-

.sel. 20 Ahiihophel's counsel.

XVII. 1 Ahithopbel's counsel is overthrown by Hushai's, accord inij 'to (iod's appointment. 15 Secret intelligence is sent unto I)a\\\\id. 23 Alii- thophel hangs himself. 25 Amasa is niaiie cap- tain. 27 David at Mahanaini is furnished with provision.

XVUl. 1 David viewing the armies in their march, gives them charge of Absalom. 6 ihe Israelites are sorely smitten in the wood of I'.phraim. 9 Absalom hanging in an oak, is slain by Joab, and cast into a pit. 18 Absalom's place. 19 Ahimaaz and C'ushi bring tidings to David. ,33 David mourns for Absalom.

XIX. 1 Joab causes the king to cease his niourn- ing. 9 1 he Israelites are earnest to bring the king back. 11 David sends to the priests to in- cite them of Judah. 18 .Shimei is pardnned. 24 Mephihosheth excused. 32 Harzillai dismissed. Chimham his son is taken into the king's family, 41 Ihe Israelites expostulate with Judah for bringine home the king without them.

XX. 1 By occasion of the quarrel, Sheba makes a PdTty in Israel. 3 iJavid's ten concubiuci are

shut up in perpetual prison. 4 Amasa made captain over Judah, is slain by Joab. 14 Joab pursuelh Sheba unto Abel. 16 A wise won, an saves the city by Sheba's head. 2.'i Daviu's otticers.

XXI. 1 The three years' famine for the Gibeonites cease, by hanging seven of .Saul's sons. 10 Kiz- pah's kindness unto the dead. 12 David buries the bones of Saul and Jonathan in his fatlier's sepulclire. 15 Four battles against the Philistines, wherein four valiants of David slay four giants.

XXII. 1 A psalmof thanksgiving IbrGod's power- ful deliverance, and manifold blessings.

XXIII. 1 David inliislast words professes liis faith in God's promises to be beyond sense or experi- ence. 6 1 he difleient state of the wicked. 8 A catalogue of David's mighty men.

XXIV. 1 David, tempted by Satan, forces Joab to numherthe people. 5 J he captains, in nine months and twenty days, brinj; the muster of thirteen hundred thousand fighting men, 10 David hav- ing three plagues propounded by (Sad, repents, and chooses the three days' pestilence. 15 After the death of threescore and ten thousand, David, by repentance, prevents the destruction of Jeru- salem. 18 David, by Gad's direction, purchases Araunah's threslnngfloor, where having sacri- ficed, the plague is stayed.


I. Ahishag cherishes David in his extreme age. 5 Adonijah, David's favourite, usurps the king- dom. 11 By the counsel of Nathan, 15 Bath- sheba moves the king, 22 and Nathan seconds her. 28 David renews his oath to Bath-sheba. 32 Solomon, by David's appointment, being anointed king by Zadok and Nathan, the people triumph. 41 Jonathan, bringing the news, Ado- iiijah's guests fly. 50 Adonijah fleeing to the horns of the altar, upon his good behaviour is dismissed by Solomon.

II. 1 David having given a charge to Solomon, 3 of religiousness, 5 of Joab, 7 of Barzillai. 8 of Shi- mei. 10 dies. 12 Solomon succeeds. 13 Adonijah, moving Bath-sheba to sue unto Solomon for A bi- shag, is put to death. 26 Ahiathar having his life given him, is deprived of the priesthood. 28 .loab fleeinu to the horns of the altar, is there slain. 35 Benaiah is put in Joab's room, and Zadok in Ahi- athar's. .36 Shimei confined to Jerusalem, by oc- casion of going tlience to Gath, is put to death.

III. 1 Solomon marries Pharaoh's daughter. 2 High places being in use, Solomon sacrifices at Gibeon. 5 Solomon at Gibeon. in the choice which God 2avehim. preferring wisdom, obtains wisdom, riches, and honour. 16 Solomon's judg- ment between the two harlots, makes him re- nowned.

IV. 1 Solomon's princes. 7 His twelve officers for provision. £0, 24 The peace and largeness of his kingdom. £2 His daily provision. £6 His stables. 29 His wisdom.

V. 1 Hiram sending to congratulate Solomon, is certified of his purpose to Duild the temple, and desired to furnish him with timber thereto. 7 Hirain blessing (iod for Solomon, and reouesting food for his tamily, furnishes him with trees. 13 J'he number of Solomon's workmen and la- bourers.

VI. 1 The building of Solomon's temple. 5 The chambers thereof. 11 God's promise to if. 15 The ceiling and adorning of it. £3 The cheru- biiiis. 31 The doors. 36 The court. 37 Ihe time of building it.

VII. 1 The building of Soloinon's house. 2 Of the house of Lebanon. 6 Of the porch of pillars. 7 Of the porch of judgment. 8 Of the house for Pharaoh's daughter. 13 Hiram's work of the two pillars. 23 Of the molten sea. 27 Of the ten bases. .38 Of the ten lavers. 40 and all the vessels.

VI I I. 1 The feast of the dedication of the temple, 12 and 54 .Solomon's blessing. 22 Solomon's prayer. 62 His sacrifice of peace offerings.

IX. 1 God's covenant in a vision, with Solomon. 10 1 he mutual presents of .Solomon and Hiram. 15 In .Solomon 5 works the CJentiles were his luindmen, the Israelites honourable servants. 24 Pharaoh's daughter removes to her house. 25 Solomon's yearly solemn sacrifices. 26 His navy fetches gold from Ophir.

X. 1 Ihe queen of Sheba admires the wisdom of Solomon. 14 Solomon's gold. 16 His targets. 18 J'he throne of ivory. 21 His vessels. 24 His presents. 20 His chariots and horses. 28 His tribute.

XI. 1 Solomon's wives and concubines. 4 In his old age they drew him to idolatry. God threatens him. 14 Solomon's adversaries were Iladad, who was entertained in I'.gypt, 23 Kezoii, who reigned in Damascus, 26 ami .ieroboam, to whom Ahi.iah proohesied. 41 Solomon's acts, leign, and death : Keholxiam succeeds him.

XII. 1 J he Israelites assembled at Shechem to crown Keholxiam, by Jeroboam make a suit of relaxation unto him. 6 Kehoboam refusing the old men's counsel, by the advice of young men. answers them roughly. 16 Jen tribes revolting, kill Adoram, and make Kehoboam to flee, vl Keholioam raising an army, is forbidden by She- niaiah. 25 Jeroboam strengthens himself bvcitiiS, 26 and by the idolatry of the two calves."

XIII. 1 Jeroboam's hand, that offereil violence to hini who prophesied against his altar at I'eihel, withers, band at the prayer of the prophet is restored. 7 I be prophet, refusing the king's en- tertainment, departs from Bethel. 11 An 1 Id prophet seducing him, brings him back. 20 He IS reproved by Go

XiV. i Abijah beingsick, Jerol)! am sends his wife disguised with presents to the prophet Ahijah at

Shiloh. 5 Abijah, forewarned by God, denounres God's judgment. 17 Al?ijah dies and is buried. 19 Nadab succeeds Jeroboam. 21 Rehoboam's ■wicked reign. 25 Shishak spoils Jerusalem. £9 Abijam succeeds Kehoboam.

XV. 1 Abijam's wicked reign. 7 Asasucceeds him. 9 Asa's good reign. 16 J he war between Baasha and him, causes him to make a league with Ben- hadad. 23 Jehoshaphat succeeds Asa. 25Nadab"s wicked reign. 27 Baasha conspiring against him, executes Ahijah's prophecy. 31 N adab's acts and death. 33 Baasha's wicked reign.

XVI. 1,7 Jehu's prophecy against Baasha. 5Elah succeeds him. 8 Zmiri conspiiiuL' against Elah succeeds him. 11 Zimriexecutes Jehu's prophecy. 15 0mri made king by the soldiers, lorceth ZimVi desperately to burn himself. 21 U he kingdom being divided, Oir.ri prevails against 1 ibi.i. 23 Omri buildeth Sumaiia. 25 His wicked reian. 27 Aliab succeeds him. 29 Aliab's most wicked reign. ,34 Joshua's curse upon iliel the builder of Jericho.

X\\\'II. 1 Elijah having prophesied against A hab. is sent to Cherith, where the ravens feed him. 8 He is sent to the widow of Zarephath. 17 He raises the widow's son, 24 The woman believes him.

XVI I I. 1 In tlieextreniity of famine. Elijah sent to Ahab, meets i;ood Obadiah. 9 Obadiah firings Ahab to Elijah. 17 Elijah reproving Ahab, by fire from heaven convinces Baal's prophets. 41 Elijah by prayer obtaining rain, follows Ali;ib to Jezreel.

XIX. 1 Elijah threatened by Jezebel, flees to Beer- sheba. 4 In the wilderness, being weary of his life, is comforted by an angel. 9 At Horeb Go.l appears unto him, sending him to anoint Hazael, Jehu, and Elisha. 19 Elisha taking leave of his friends, follows Elijah.

XX. 1 Benhadad not content with Ahab's homage, besiegeth Samaria. 13 By the direction of a pro- phet, the Syrians are slain. 22 As the proptiet forewarned Ahab, the .'^vrians trusting in the valleys, come against him in Aphek. 28 By the word of the prophet, and Cicxi's judgment, tlie Syrians are smitten aaain. 31 The Sv rians sub- mitting themselves. Ahab sends Benhadad away with a covenant. 35 J he proi^het, under the pa- rable of a prisoner, making Ahab to judge him- self, denounces God's judgment against him.

XXI. 1 Ahab being denied Naboth's vinevard, is grieved. 5 Jezebel writing letters aeainst Nabnth, lie is condemned of blasphemy. 15 Ahab takes possession of the \\\\ ineyard. 17 Elijah denounces jucigments against .Ahab and Jezebel. 25 \\\\\\\\ ickcd Ahab repenting, God defers the jud^'nient.

XXII. 1 Ahab seduced by false prophets, accord ing to the word of Micaiah, is slain at Kaniotl' Gilead. ,37 U he dogs lick up his blood, and Aha- ziah succeeds liim. 41 Jehoshaphat's good reii:n, 45 his acts. 50 Jelioiam succeeds him. 51 Alia- ziah's evil reign.


I. Moab rebel:-. 2 .Al-.aziah, sending to Baalzc- bub, hath his judiimeiit by Elijah. 5 Elijah twice brings fire from heaven upon those whom Alia- ziah sent to ajiprehend him. He pities the third captain, and encouraged bv an angel, tells the king of Ids death. 17 Jehoram succeeds Ahaziah.

II. 1 I'lijab. taking his leave of Elisha, with hi;i mantle div ides Ji rdan. 9 and granting I'lisha his rei|iiest, i^ taken up bv a herv chariot in to heaven. 12 Elisha. dividing .lordan with IJijah's irantle, is acknowledged his siicces;-or. 16 I he young' prophets, baldly obtainini.' leave to .seek 1' liiah, could not find hini. 19 Elisha with salt lieals lie unwholesome waters. 2.3 ik-ars dcstrov the chil- dren that mockeil Elisha.

III. 1 Jthoram'srei^n. 4 Mesha rebelleth. 6 Jeho- ram. wilh Jehcshaphat, ;did the king of 1 doiii, being distresseil for want of water, by 1 lisha obtains water, and promise of \\\\ ictorv. 21 I lie Jloabites deceived by the colour of "the water, coming to spoil, are overcome. 26 I he king of Moab, bv sacrificing the king of Edom's son, laises the' siege.

IV. 1 Eli?hanuilli|iliesthewidow'soil. Hllegives a son tothegocd shiinauimite. IB He raises anam her dead Son. ;!8 At (iil-al lie heals tlu-de.cily pottage. 42 He satisfies an huiicired meiiwilli twenty loaves.

V. 1 the report of a captive maid, ij sent to Samaria to be ciiicil of his lepr. sv. 8 I'li- sha, sendiiiK him to J. rd.ui. cures liiin. 15 He letusiuL' Naaman's udfts. urants him some of the earth. 20<;eluizi, abusini; his master's nan e unto Naamaii, is smitten wilh lepicsv.

Vi. 1 1- lisha :;ivini; leave to the young prophets to enlarge their dwellinas. cau<*th iron to swim. 8 He cliscloses the kin:; of Svria's counsel. 13 'Ihe arniv which was sent to Diifban to appre- hend Eliiha. is smitten with blindness : 19 lieing brought into Samaria, they are dismi.-jed in peace. 24 I he famine in Samaria causeth women to eat their own children. 30 Ehe king sends to slay Elisha.

VII. 1 Elisha prophesies incredible plenty in Sa- maria. 3 I'our lepers ventui inir on the host of the .•Syrians, bring tidings of their flight. 12 I he king finding bv spies Ihe news to be true, spoils the tents of tlie Svrians 17 Ihe lord, who would not believe tfie prophecy of plenty, having the charge of the gate, is trodden to death in tlie multitude.

VIII. 1 Ihe Shunammite having left her country seven vears, to avoid the forewarned famine, for Elisha s miracle's sake, hath her land restored by the king. 7 Hazael being sent with a present bv Benhadad to Elisha at Damascus, after he liaH heard the prophecv, kills his master, and succeeds

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him. 16 Jehoram's wicked reiitn in Judah. CO Kdom and Libnah revolt. 2t Ahaziah succeeds Jelioram. 25 Ahaziah 's wicked reign. 28 He visits Jehoram, wounded, at Jezreel.

IX. 1 Elisha sends a young prophet instructions to anoint Jehu at Kamoth-gilead. 4 The prophet having done his message, tieeth. 11 Jehu being made king by the soldiers, kills Joram in the lielcl of Naboth. 27 Ahaziahisslainat Gur, and buried at Jerusalem. ."50 Proud Jezebel is thrown down out of a window, and eaten by dogs.

X. 1. Jehu, by his letters, causes seventy of Ahab's children to be beheaded. 8 He excuses the tact by the prophecy of Elijah. 12 At the shearing- house he slays two and forty of Ahaziah's brethren. 15 He takes Jehonadab into his com- pany. 18 By subtilty he destroys all the wor- shippers of Baal. 29 Jehu follows Jeroboam's sins. 32 Hazael oppresses Irsael. 34 Jehoahaz succeeds Jehu.

XI. 1 Jehoash being saved by his aunt Jehosheba, from Athaliah's massacre of the seed royal, is hid six years in the house of God. 4 Jehoiada giving order to the captains, in the seventh year anoints him king. 13 Athaliah is slain. 17 Jehoiada re- stores the worship of God.

XII. 1 Jehoash reigns well all the days of Jehoiada. 4 Hegivesorderfor the repairof the temple. 27 Hazael is diverted from Jerusalem by a present of their hallowed treasures. 29 Joash being slain by his servants, Amaziah succeeds him.

Xll I. 1 Jehoahaz's wicked reign. 3 Jehoahaz op- pressed by Hazael, is relieved by prayer. 8 Joash succeeds nim. 10 His wicked reign. 12 Jeroboam succeeds him. 14 Elisha dying, prophesies to Joash three victories over the Syrians. 20 The Moabites invading the land, Elisha's bones raise up a dead man. 22 Hazael dying, Joash gets three victories over Benhadad.

XIV. 1 Amaziah's good reign. 5 His justice on the murderers of his father. 7 His victory over Edom. 8 Amaziah, provoking Jehoash, is overcome and spoiled. 15 Jeroboam succeeds Jehoash. 17 Amaziah slain by a conspiracy. 21 Azariah succeeds him. 23 Jeroboam's wicked reign. 28 Zacliai iah succeeds him.

XV. 1 Azariah's good reign. 5 He dying a leper, Jotham succeeds. 8 Zachariah, the last of Jehu's generation, reigning ill, is slain by Shallum. 13 Shallum reigning a month, is slain by Menahem. 16 Menahem strengthens hiuLself by Pul. 21 Pe- kahiah succeeds him. 23 Pekahiah is slain by Pe- kah. 27 Pekah is oppressed by Tiglath-pileser, and slain by Hosliea. 32 Jotham's good reign. 36 Ahaz succeeds him.

XVI. 1 Ahaz's wicked reign. 5 AhaZ assailed by Kezin and Pekah, hires Tiglath-pileser against

j them. 10 Ahazsendins a patternof aualtar from I Damascus to Urijah, diverts the brasen altar to

his own devotion. 17 He spoils the temple. 19

Hezekiah succeeds him.

XVII. 1 Hoshea's wicked reign. 3 Being subdued by Shalmaneser, he conspires against him with .So, king of Egypt. 5 Samaria, for their sins, is cap- tivated. 24 The strange nations, which were transplanted to Samaria, being plagued with lions, make a mixture of religions.

Xyill. 1 Hezekiah's good reign. 4 He destroys idolatry, and prospers. 9 Samaria is carried cap- tive for their sins. 13 Sennacheribinvading Judah, is pacified by a tribute. 17 Rabshakeh sent by Sennacherib again, reviles Hezekiah, and by blasphemous persuasion solicits the people to revolt.

XIX. 1 Hezekiah mourning,sends to Isaiah to pray tor them. 6 Isaiah comforts them. 8 Sennacherib going to encounter Tirhakah, sends a blasphemous letter to Hezekiah. 14 Hezekiah's prayer. 20 Isaiah's prophecy of the pride and destruction of Sennacherib, and the good of Zion. 35 An angel slays the Assyrians. 36 Sennacherib is slain at Nineveh by his own sons.

XX. 1 Hezekiah having received a message of death, by prayer has his life lengthened. 8 The sun goes ten degrees backward, for a sign of that promise. 12 Berodachbaladan sending to visit llezekiah, because of the wonder, hath notice of his treasures. 14 Isaiah understanding thereof, foretells the Babylonian captivity. 20 Manasseh

^succeeds Heze^tiah.

XXI. 1 Manasseh's reign. 3 His great idolatry. 10 His wickedness causes prophecies against Ju- dah. 17 A mon succeeds him. 19 Amon's wicked reign. 23 He being slain by his servants, and those murderers slain by the people, Josiah is made king.

XXII. 1 Josiah's good reign. 3 He takes care for the repair of the temple. 8 Hilkiah having found a book of the law, Josiah sends to Huldah to inquire of the Lord. 15 Huldah prophesies the destruction of Jerusalem, but the respite thereof in Josiah's time.

XX III. 1 Josiah causes the book to be read in a solemn assembly. 3 He renews the covenant of the I^rd. 4 He destroys idolatry. 15 He burnt dead men's tiones upon the altar of Bethel, as was prophesied. 21 He kept a solemn passover. 24 Jte puts away witches, and all abomination. 26 God's linal wrath against Judah. 29 Josiah pro- voking Pharaoh-nechoh, is slain at Megiddo. 31 Jehoahaz succeeding him, is imprisoned by Pha- raoh-nechoh, who made Jehoiakim king. 36 Je- hoiakim's wicked reign.

XXIV. 1 Jehoiakim, first subdued by Nehuchad- • nezzar, then rebelling against him, procured his

own ruin. 5 Jehoiachin succeeds nim. 7 The king of Egypt is vanquished by the king of Ba- bylon. 8 Jehoiacliin's evil reign. 10 Jerusalem is taken and carried captive into Babylon. 17 Ze- dekiah is made king, and reigns ill, unto the utter destruction of Judah.

XXV. 1 Jerusalem is beMig«d. 4 Zedekiah taken


his sons slain, his eyes put out. 8 Nebuzar-adan defaces the city, carries the remnant, except a few poor labourers, into captivity, 13 spoils and car- ries away the treasures. 18 The nobles are slain at Riblah. 22 Gedaliah, who was set over them that remained, being slain, the rest flee into Egypt. 27 Evilmerodach advances Jehoiachin in bis.court.


I. Adam's line to Noah. 5 The sons of Japheth. 8 The sons of Ham. 17 The sons of Shem. 24 Shem's line to Abraham. 29 Ishmael'ssons. 32 'The sons of Keturah. 34 The posterity of Abra- ham by Esau. 43 The kings of Edom. 51 I he dukes of Edom.

II. 1 1 he sons of Israel. 3 The posterity of Judah by Tamar. 13 Thechildrenof Jesse. 18 The pos- terity of Caleb the son of Hezron. 21 Hezron's posterity by the daughter of Machir. 25 Jerah- nieel's posterity. 34 Sheshan's posterity. 42 Another branch of Caleb's posterity. 50 The posterity of Caleb the son of Hur.

III. 1 The sons of David. 10 His line to Zede- kiah. 17 The successors of Jeconiah.

IV. 1,11 The posterity of Judah by Caleb the son of Hur. 5 Of Ashur the posthumous son of Hez- ron. 9 Of Jabez, and his prayer. 21 The pos- terity of Shelah. 24 The posterity and cities of Simeon. 39 1 heir conquest of Gedor, and of tlie Amalekites in mount Seir.

V. 1 The line of Reuben (who lost his birthright) unto the captivity. 9 Their habitation and con- quest of the Hagarites. 11 The chief men and habitations of Gad. 18 The number and conquest of Reuben, Gad, and the halt of Manasseh. 23 The habitations and chief men of that half tribe. 25 Their captivity for their sins.

VI. 1 The sons of Levi. 4 The line of the priests unto the captivity. 16 The families of Gershom, Merari, and Kohath. 49Theofhceof Aaron and his line unto Ahimaaz. 54 The cities of the priests and Levites.

VII. 1 Ihe sons of Issachar, 6 of Benjamin, 13 of Naphtali,14of Manasseh, 20, 24 and of Ephraim. 21 1 he calamity of Ephraim by the men of Gatli. 23 Beriali is born. 28 Ephraini's habitations. 30 'The sons of Asher.

VIII. 1 The sons and chief men of Benjamin. 33 The stock gf Saul and Jonathan.

IX. 1 The original of 1 srael's and Judah's genealo- gies. 2 The Israelites, 10 the priests, 14 and the Levites with Nethinims that dwelt in Jerusalem. 27 The charge of certain Levites. 35 The stock of Saul and Jonathan.

X. 1 Saul's overthrow and death. 8 The Philistines triumph over Saul. 11 The kindness of Jabesh- gilead towards Saul and his sons. 13 Saul's sin, tor which the kingdom was translated from him to David.

XI. 1 a general consent, is made king at Hebron. 4 lie wins the castle of Sion from the Jebusites, by Joab's valour. 10 A catalogue of David's mighty men.

XII. 1 The companies that came to David at Zik- lag. 23 The armies that came to him at Hebron.

XIII. 1 David fetches the ark with great solemnity from Kirjath-jearim. 9 Uzza being smitten the ark is left at the house of Obed-edom.

XIV. 1 Hiram's kindness to David. 2 David's felicity in people, wives, and children. 8 His two victories against the Philistines.

XV. 1 David having prepared a place for the ark, orders the priests and Levites to bring it from Obed-edom. 25 He performs the solemnit_y there- of with great joy. 29 Michal despises him.

XVI. 1 David's festival sacrifice. 4 He orders a choir to sing thanksgiving. 7 The psalm of thanksgiving. 37 He appoints ministers, porters, priests, and musicians, to attend continually on the ark.

XVII. 1 Nathan first approving the purpose of David to build God a house, 3 after by the word of God forbids him. 11 He promises him bless- ings and benefits in his seed. 16 David's prayer and thanksgiving.

XVIII. 1 David subdues the Philistines and the Moabites. 3 He smites Hadadezer and the -Syri- ans. 9 Ton sends Hadoram with presents to bless David. 11 The presents and the spoil David dedicates to God. 13 He puts garrisons in Edom. 14 David's officers.

XIX. 1 David's messengers, sent to comfort Hanun the son of Nahasli, are basely treated. 6 The Am- monites strengthened by the Syrians, are over- come by Joab and Abishai. 16 .Shophach making a new supply of the Syrians, is slain by David.

XX. 1 Rabbah is besieged by Joab, spoiled by David, and the people thereof tortured. 4 Three giants are slain in three several overthrows of the Philistines.

XXI. 1 David tempted by Satan, forces Joab to number the people. 5 The number of the people being brought, David repents of it. 9 David having three plagues propounded by Gad, chooses the pestilence. 14 After the death of 70,000, David by repentance prevents the destruction of Jeru- salem. 18 David, by Gad's direction, purchases Oman's threshing-floor, where having built an altar, God gives a sign of his favour by fire, and stays the plague. 28 David sacrifices there, being restrained from Gibeon by fear of the ansel.

XXI I. 1 David, foreknowing the place of the tem-

fle, prepares abundance for the building of it. 6 le instructeth Solomon in God's promises, and his duty in building the temple. 17 He charges the princes to assist his son. XXIII. I David in his old age maketh Solomon king. 2 The number and distribution of the Le- vites. 7 The families of the Gershonites. 12 The sons of Kohath. 21 The sons of Merari. 24 The office of the Levites.

XXIV. 1 The divisions of the sons of Aaron by lot into four and twenty orders. 20 The Kohathites, 27 and the Merarites, divided by lot.

XXV. 1 The number and ofhces of the singers. 8 Their division by lot into four and twenty orders.

XXVI. iThedivisions of the porters. ISThe gates assigned by lot. 20 The Levites that had charge of the treasures. 29 Officers and judges.

XXVI I. 1 The twelve captains for every several month. 16 The princes of the twelve tribes. 23 The numbering of the people is hindered. 25 David's several officers.

XX VI 11. 1 David in a solemn assembly, having declared God's favour to him, and promise to his son Solomon, exhorts them to fear God. 9, 20 He encourageth Solomon to build the temple. H He gives him patterns for the form and gold and silver for the materials.

XXIX. 1 David by his example and entreaty, 6 causes the princes and people to offer willinaly.

10 David's thanksgiving and prayer. 20 The people having blessed God and sacrificed, make Solomon king. 26 David's reign and death.


I. The solemn offering of Solomon at Gibeon. 7 Solomon's choice of wisdom is blessed by God.

13 Solomon's strength and wealth.

II. 1 and 17 Solomon's labourers for the building of the temple. 3 His embassage to Huram for workmen and provision of stuff. 11 Huram sends him a kind answer.

III. 1 The place and time of building the temple. 3 The measure and ornaments of the house. 11 The cherubims. 14 The vail and pillars.

IV. 1 The altar of brass. 2 The molten sea upon twelve oxen. 6The ten laveis, candlesticks, and tables. 9 Ihe courts and the instruments of brass. 19 The instruments of gold.

V. 1 The dedicated treasures. 2 The solemn induc- tion of the ark into the oracle, il God being praised, gives a visible sign of his favour.

VI. 1 Solomon having blessed the people, blesses God. 12 Solomon's prayer at the consecration of the temple, upon the brasen scaffold.

VII. 1 God having given testimony to Solomon's prayer, by fire from heaven, and glory in the tem- ple, the people worship him. 4 Solomon's solemn sacrifice. 8 Solomon having kept the feast of tabernacles, and the feast of the dedication of the altar, dismisses the people. 12 God appearing to Solomon, gives him promises upon condition.

VIII. 1 Solomon's buildings. 7 The Gentiles which were left, Solomon makes tributaries, but the Is- raelites, rulers. 11 Pharaoh'sdaughterremovesto her house. 12 Solomon's yearly solemn sacrifice.

14 He appoints the priests and Levites to their places. 17 The navy fetches gold from Ophir.

IX. 1 The queen of Sheba admires the wisdom of Solomon. 13 Solomon's gold. 15Histargets. 17 'Ihe throne of ivory. 20 His vessels. 23 His pre- sents. 25 His chariots and horses. 26 His tri- butes. 29 His reign and death.

X. 1 The Israelites assembled at Shechem to crown Rehoboam, by Jeroboam make a suit of relaxation unto liim. 6 Rehoboam, refusing the old men's counsel, by the advice of young men, answers them roughly. 16 Ten tribes revolting, kill Hado- ram, and make Rehoboam to flee.

XI. 1 Rehoboam raising an armv to subdue Israel, is forbidden by Shemaiah. 5 TBe strengthens his kingdom with forts and provision. 13 The priests and Levites, and such as feared God, forsaken by Jeroboam, strengthen the kingdom of Judah. 18 The wives and children of Rehoboam.

XII. 1 Rehoboam forsaking the Lord, is punished by Shishak. 5 He and the princes repenting at the preaching of Shemaiah, are delivered from destruction, but not from spoil. 13 The reign and death of Rehoboam.

XII I. 1 Abijah succeeding, makes war against Jeroboam. 4 He declares the right of his cause. 13 Trusting in God, he overcomes Jeroboam. 21 The wives and children of Abijah.

XIV. 1 Asa succeeding, destroys idolatry. 6 Hav- ing peace, he strengthens his kingdom with forts and armies. 9 Calling on God, he overthrows Zerah, and spoils the Ethiopians.

XV. 1 Asa, with Judah and many of Israel, moved by theprophecy of Azariah thesonof Oded,make a solemn covenant with God. 16 He puts down Maachah his mother, for her idolatry. 18 He brings dedicated things into tlie house of God, and enjoys a long peace.

XVI. 1 Asa, by the aid of the Syrians, diverts Baasha from building of Ramab. 7 Being re- proved thereof by Hanani, he puts him in prison.

11 Among his other acts, in his disease he seeks not to God, but to the physicians, 13 His death and burial.

XVII. 1 Jehoshaphatsucceeding Asa, reigns w^ell, and prospers. 7 He sends Levites to the princes ta teach Judah. 10 His enemies being terrified by God. some of them bring him presents and tribute.

12 His greatness, captains, and armies.

XVIII. 1 Jehoshaphat, joined in affinity with Ahab, is persuaded to go with him against Ramoth-gi- lead. 4 Ahab, seduced by false prophets, accord- ing to the word of Micaiah, is slain there.

XIX. 1 Jehoshaphat, reproved by Jehu, visits his kingdom. 5 His instructions to tlie judges, 8 to the priests and Levites.

XX. 1 Jehoshaphat, in his fear, proclaims a fast. 5 His prayer. 14 The prophecy of Jahaziel. SO Je- hoshaphat exhorts the people, and setteth singers to praise the Lord. 22 The great overthrow of the enemies. 26 The people having blessed God at IJerachah, return in triumph. 31 Jehoshaphat's reign. ,35 His convoy of ships which he made with Ahaziah, according to the prophecy of Elie- zer, unhappily perished.


^XT. 1 .Teboram succeeding: Jehoshapliat, slays his brethren. 5 His wicked reign. B E

. press him. 18 His incurable disease, infamous death, and burial.

XXII. 1 Ahaziah succeeding, reigns wickedly. 5 In his confederacy with Joram the son of Ahab, he is slain by Jehu. 10 Athaliah, destroying all the seed royal save .loash, whom Jehoshabeath his aunt hid, usurps the kingdom.

XX 1 1 1 . 1 Jehoiada havingset things in order, makes Joash king. 12 Athaliah is slain. 16 Jehoiada restores the worship of (Jod.

XX I V. 1 Joash reigns well all the days of Jehoiada. 4 He gives order for the repair of the temple. 15 Jehoiada's death and honourable burial. 17 Joash falling to idolatry, slayeth Zechariah the son of Jehoiada. 23 Joash is spoiled by the Syrians, and slain by Zabad and Jehozabad. 27 Ama- ziah succeeds him.

XXV. 1 Amaziah begins to reign well. 3 He exe- cutes justice on the traitors. 3 Having hired an army of Israelites against the Edomites, at the word of a prophet he loses the hundred talents, and dismisses them. 11 He overthrows the Edo- mites. 10, 13 Ihe Israelites, discontented with their dismission, spoil as they return home. 14 Amaziah, proud of his victory, serves the gods of Edom, and despises the admonition of the prophet. 17 He provokes Joash to his overthrow. 25 His reign. 27 He is slain by conspiracy.

XXVI. 1 Uzziah succeeding, and reigning well in the dai'S of Zechariah, prospers. 16 Waxing proud, he invades the priest's office, and is smitten with leprosy. 22 He dies, and Jotham succeeds him.

XXVII. 1 Jotham reigning well, prospers. 5 He subdues the Ammonites. 7 His reign, y Ahaz succeeds him.

XXVIII. 1 Ahazreigningvery wickedly, is great- ly afflicted by the Syrians, o Judah being capti- vated by the Israelites, b senthome by the counsel of Ode'd the prophet. 16 Ahaz sending for aid to Assyria, is not helped thereby. 22 In his distress he grows more idolatrous. 25 He dying, Hezekiah succeeds him.

XXIX. 1 Hezekiah's good reign. 3 He restores religion. 5 He exhorts the Levites. 12 They sanc- tify themselves, and cleanse the house of God. 20 Hezekiah offereth solemn sacrifices, wherein tlie I.evites were more forward than the priests.

XXX. 1 Hezekiah proclaims a solemn passover on the second month, for Judah and Israel. 13 The assembly having destroyed the altars of idolatry, keep the feast fourteen days. 27 The priests and Levites bless the people.

XXXI. I The people are forward in destroying idolatry. 2 Hezekiah ordei'S the courses of the priests and Levites, and provides for their work and maintenance. 5 The people's forwardness in offerings and tithes. 11 Hezekiah appoints officers to dispose of the tithes. 20 The sincerity of Hezekiah.

XXXII. 1 Sennacherib invading Judah, Hezekiah fortifies himself, and encourages his people. 9 Against the blasphemies of Sennacherib by mes- sage and letters, Hezekiah and Isaiah pray. 21 An angel destroys the host of the Assyrians, to the glory of Hezekiah. 24 Hezekiah praying in his sickness, Go

XXXIII. 1 Manasseh's wicked reign. 3 Hesets up idolatry, and would not be admonished. 11 He is carried into Babylon. 12 Upon his prayer to God he is released, and puts down idolatry. 18 His^ acts, 20 He dying, Amon succeeds him. 21* Amon reigning wickedly, is slain by his ser- vants. 25 I'he murderers being slain, Josiah succeeds him.

XXXIV. 1 Josiah'sgood reign. SHedestroys idol- atry. 8 He takes order for the repair of the tem- ple. 14 Hilkiah having found a book of the law. Josiah semis to Huldah to inquire of the I^ord. 23 Huldah prophesies the destruction of Jeru- salem, but respite thereof in Josiah's time. 29 Josiah causing it to be read in a solemn assem- bly, renews the covenant with God.

XXaV. 1 Josiah keeps a most solemn passover. 20 He provoking Pharaoh-nechoh, is slain at Me- giddo. 25 Lamentations for Josiah.

XX.KVI, 1 Jehoahaz succeeding, is deposed by Pharaoh, and carried into Egypt. 5 Jehoiakim reigning ill, is carried bound into Babylon. 9 .Jehoiachin succeeding, reigns ill ; and is brought into Babylon. 11 Zedekiah succeedine, reigns ill, and despises the prophets, and rebels against Nebuchadnezzar. 14 Jerusalem, for the sins of the priests and people, is wholly destroyed. 22 The proclamation of Cyrus.


I. The proclamation of Cyrus tor the building of the temple. 5 The people provide for the return. 7 Cyrus restores the vessels of the temple to Sheshbazzar.

II. 1 The number that return, of the people. 36 of the priests, 40 of the Levites, 43 of the Kethinims, 55 of Solomon's servants, 62 of the priests who could not shew their pedigree. 64 The whole number of them with their substance. 68 Their oblations.

III. 1 The altar is set up. 4 Offerings frequented. 7 Workmen prepared. 8 The foundations of the temple are laid in great joy and

IV. 1 The adversaries, being not accepted in the building of the temple with the Jews, endeavour to binder it. 7 Their letter to Artaxerxes. 17 The decree of Artaxerxes. S3 The building is hindered.

V. 1 Zernbbabel and Jesbua, incited by Haggai and Zechariah, set forward the building of the temple. 3 Tatnai and Shethar-Boznai could not hinder the Jews. 6 Their letter to Darius against the Jews.

VI. 1 Darius finding the decree of Gyrus, makes a new decree for the advancement of the build- ing. 13 By the help of the enemies, and the directions of the prophets, the temple is finished.

16 The feast of the dedication is kept. 19 And the passover.

VII. 1 Ezra goes up to Jerusalem. 11 The gra- cious commission of Artaxerxes to Ezra. 27 Ezra blesses God for his favour.

VIII. 1 The companions of Ezra, who returned from Babylon. 15 He sends to Iddo for minis- ters for the temple. 21 He keeps a fast. 24 He commits the treasures to the custody of the priests. 31 From Ahava they come to Jerusa- lem. 33 The treasure is weighed in the temple. 36 The commission is delivered.

IX. 1 Ezra mourns for the affinity of the people with strangers. 5 He prays unto God with con- fession of sins.

X. 1 Shechaniah encourages Ezra to reform the strange raaniages. 6 Ezra mourning, assembles the people. 9 The people, at the exhortation of Ezra, repent and promise amendment. 15 The care to perform it. 18 The names of those who had married strange wives.


I. 1 Nehemiah, understanding by Hanani, the misery of Jerusalem, mournetn, fasteth, and prayeth. 5 His prayer.

II. 1 Artaxerxes understanding the cause of Nehe- miah's sadness, sends him with letters and com- mission to Jerusalem. 9 Nehemiah, to the grief of the enemies, comes to Jerusalem. 12 He view- eth secretly the ruins of the walls. 17 He in- cites the Jews to build in despite of the enemies.

III. 1 The names and order of those who built the wall.

IV. 1 While the enemies scoff, Nehemiah prays and continues the work. 7 Understanding the wrath and secrets of the enemy, he sets a watch. 13 He arms the labourers, 19 and gives military precepts.

V. 1 The Jews complain of their debt, mortgage, and bondage. 6 Nehemiah rebukes the usurers, and causes them to make a covenant of restitu- tion. 14 He forbears his own allowance, and keeps hospitality.

VI. 1 Sanballat practiseth by craft, by rumours, by hired prophecies, to terrify Nehemiah. 15 'J he work is finished to the terror of the enemies.

17 Secret intelligence passes between the ene- mies and the nobles of J udah .

VII. 1 Nehemiahcommits the charge of Jerusalem to Hanani and Hananiah. 5 A register of the ge- nealogy of them which at first came out of Baby- lon : 9 Of the people. .39 Of the priests. 43 Of the Levites. 46 Of the Nethinims. 5* Of Solomon's servants. 63 And of the priests which could not shew their pedigree. 66 The whole number of them, with their substance. 70 Their oblations.

VIII. 1 The religious manner of reading and hear- ing the law. 9 They comfort the people. 13 'Ihe forwardness of them to hear and be in- structed. 16 They keep the feast of tabernacles.

IX. 1 A solemn fast, and.ref>entance of the people. 4 The Levites make a religious confession of God's goodness, and their wicke

X. 1 The names of them that sealed the covenant. 29 The points of the covenant.

XI. 1 The rulers, voluntary men, and the tenth man chosen by lot, dwell at Jerusalem. 3 A catalogue of their names. 20 The residue dwell in other cities.

XI I. 1 The priests and the T^evites which came up with Zerubbabel. 10 The succession of high priests. 22 Certain chief Levites. 27 The so- lemnity of the dedication of the walls. 44 The offices of priests and Levites appointed in the temple.

X 1 1 1 . 1 Upon the read ing of the law , s^araf ion is made from the mixed multitude. 4 Nehemiah at his return causes the chambers to be cleansed. 10 He reforms the offices in the house of God. 15 The violation of the sabbath, 23 and the marriages with strange wives.


I. 1 Ahasuerus makes royal feajts. 10 Vashti, sent for, refuses to come. 1 Ahasuerus, by the counsel of Memucan, makes the decree of men's sovereignty.

II. 1 Out ot the choice of virgins, a queen is to be chosen. 5 Mordecai, the nursing father of Esther. 8 Esther is preferred by Hegai before the rest. 12 The manner of purification, and going in to the .king. 15 Esther best pleasing the king, is made queen. 21 Mordecai discovering a trea- son, is recorded in the chronicles.

III. Haman advanced by the king, and despised by Mordecai, seeks revenge upon all the Jews. 7 He casts lots. 8 He obtains, by calumniation, a decree of Ihe king to put all Ihe Jews to death.

IV. 1 The great mourning of Mordecai and the Jews. 4 Esther understanding it, sends to Mor- decai, who shews the cause, and advises her to undertake the suit. 10 She excusing herself, is threatened by Mordecai. 15 She appointing a fast, undertakes the suit.

V. 1 Esther adventuring on the king's favour, ob- tains the grace of the golden sceptre, and invites the king and Haman to a banquet. 6 -'^he being encouraged by the king in her suit, invites them to another banquet the next day. 9 Haman, proud of his advancement, repines at the con- tempt of Monlecai. 14 By the counsel of Ze- resli he builds for him a pair of gallows.

VI. 1 Ahasuerus reading iu tlie chronicles of the

good service done by Mordecai, takes care forliii reward. 4 Haman coming to sue that Mordecai might be hanged, unawares gives counsel tliat he mightdohim honour. 12 Complaining of his mis- fortune, his frien

VII. 1 Esther entertaining the king and Haman, makethsuit for her own life, and her people's. 5 She accuses Haman. 7 The king, in his anger, un- derstanding of the gallows that Haman had made for Mordecai, causes him to be haugetl thereon.

VIII. 1 Mordecai is advanced. 3 Esther maketh suit to re verse Haman's letters. 7 Ahasuerus gives the Jews liberty to defend themselves. 15 Morde- cai's honour and the Jews' joy.

IX. 1 The Jews (the rulers, for fear of Mordecai, helping them) slay their enemies, with the ten sons of Haman. 12 Ahasuerus, at the request of Esther, grants another day of slaughter, and Haman's sons to be hanged. 20 The two days of Purini are made festival.

X. 1 Ahasuerus's greatness. 3 Mordecai's advance- ment.


I. The hoIiness.Tiches, and religious care of Job for his children. 6 Satan appearing before God, by calumniation obtains leave to tempt Job. 13 Un- derstanding of the loss of his goods and children, in his mourning he blesses God.

II. 1 .Satan appearing again before God, obtains further leave to tempt Job. 7 Hesmiteshim with sore boils. 9 Job reproves his wife, moving him to curse God. 11 His three friends condole with him in silence.

III. 1 Job curses the day and services of his birth. 13 The ease of death. 20 He complains of life because of his anguish.

IV. 1 Eliphaz reproves Job for want of religion. 7 He teaches God's judgments to be not tor the righteous, but for the wicked. 12 His fearful vision, to humble the excellences of creatures before (iod.

V. 1 The harmof inconsideration. 3 The end of the wicked is misery. 6 God is to be regarded in affliction. 17 1 he happy end of God's correction.

VI. 1 Job shews that his complaints are not cause- less. He wishes for death, wherein he is assured of comfort. 14 He reproves his friends of uu- kindness.

VII. 1 Job excuseshisdesireof death. 12Hecom- plains of his own restlessness, 17 and God's watchfulness.

VIII. 1 Bildad shews God's justice, in dealing with men according to their works. 8 He al- leges antiquity to prove the certain destruction of the hypocrite. 20 He applies God's just dealing with Job.

IX. 1 Job acknowledgingGod'sjustice, shews there is no contending with him. 22 Man's inuocency is not to be condemned by afflictions.

X. 1 Job, taking liberty of complaint, expostulates with God about his afflictions. 18 He complains of life, and craves a little ease before death.

XI. 1 Zophar reproves Job for justifying himself. 5 God's wisdom is unsearchable. 13 1 he assured blessing of repentance.

XII. 1 Job maintains himself against his friends that reprove him. 7 He acknowledges the general doctrine of God's omnipoteucy.

XI II. 1 Job reproves his friends of partiality. 14 He professes his confidence in God : 20 and en treats to know his own sins, and God's purpose in afflicting him.

XIV. 1 Job entreats God for favour, by the short- ness of life, and certainty of death. 7 Thouch life once lost be irrecoverable, yet he waits for his change. 16 By sin the creature is subject to corruption.

XV. 1 Eliphaz reproves Job of impiety in justify- ing himself. 17 He proves by tradition the unquietness of wicked men.

XVI. 1 Job reproves his friends of unmercifulness. 7 He shews the pitifulness of his case. 17 He maintains his innocency.

XVII. 1 Job appeals from men to God. 6 The unmerciful dealing of men with the afflicted, may astonish, but not discourage, the righteous. 11 His hope is not in lite, but in death.

XVI II. 1 Bildad reproves Job of presumption and impatience. 5 The calamities of the wicked.

XIX. 1 Job complaining of his friends' cruelty. shews there is misery enough in him to feed their cruelty. 21, 28 He craves pity. 25 He believes the resurrection.

XX. 1. Zophar shews the state and portion of the wicked.

XXI . 1 Job shews that even in the judgment of man, lie has reason to be grieved. 7 Sometimes the wicked do so prosper, as they despise God. 16 Sometimes their destruction is manifest. 22 Tlie happy and unhappy are alike in death. 27 The judgment of the wicked is in another world.

XXII. 1 Eliphaz shews that man's goodness pro- fits not (Jod. 5 He accuses Job of divers sins. 21 He exhorts him to repentance, with promises of mercy.

XXII 1. 1 Job longs to appear before God, 6 in con- fidence of his mercy. 8 God, who is invisible, observes our ways. 11 Job's innocency. 13 God's decree is immutable.

XXIV. Wickedness often goes unpunished. 17 There is a secret judgment for the wicked.

XXV. Bildad shews that man cannot be justified before God.

XXVI. 1 Job reproving the uncharitable spirit of Bildad, 5 acknowledges the power of God to be infinite and unsearchable.

XXVII. 1 Job declares his sincerity. 8 The hypo- crite is without hope. 11 The seeming blessings that the wicked have, are turned into curses.

XX VI 11. 1 There is a knowledge of natural things, 12 But true wisdom is the gilt of God.



XXIX. 1 Job bemoanshimself of his former pros- perity and lionour.

XaX. 1 Job's honour is turned into extreme con- tempt. 15 His prosperity into calamity'.

XXXI. Job makes a solemn protestation of his integrity in several duties.

XXXII. 1 Elihu is angry with Job and his three friends. 6 Because wisdom conies not from age, he excuses the boldness of his youth. 11 He re- proves them for not satisfying of Job. IC His zeal to speak.

XXXIII. 1 Elihu offers himself instead of God, witli sincerity and meekness to reason with Job.

8 He excuses God from giving man an account of his ways, by his greatness. 14 God calls man to repentance by visions, 19 by afflictions, 23 and by his misistry. 31 He incites Job to atten- tion.

XXXIV. 1 Elihu accuses Job for charging God with injustice. 10 God omnipotent cannot be un- just. .11 Man must humble himself unto God. .'^4 Elihu reproves Job.

XXXV. 1 Comparison is not to be made with God, because our good or evil cannot extend untohim.

9 Many cry in their afflictions, but are not heard for want or faith.

XXXVI. 1 Elihu shewshow God isjust in his ways, 16 How Job's sins hinder God's blessings. 24 God's works are to be magnified.

XXXVII. 1 God is to be feared because of his great works. 16 His wisdom is unsearchable in them.

XXXVIII. 1 God challenges Job to answer. 4 God, by his mighty works, convinces Job of igno- rance, 31 and of imbeciliti'.

XXXIX. 1 Of the wild goats and hinds. 5 Of the wild ass. 9 The unicorn. 13 The peacock, stork, and ostrich. 19 The horse. 26 The hawk. 27 The eagle.

XL. 1 Job humbles himself to God. 6 God stirs him up to shew his righteousness, power, and wisdom. 15 Of the Behemoth.

XLI. 1 Of God's great power in Leviathan.

XLII. 1 Job submits himself unto God. 7 God preferring Job's cause, makes his friends submit themselves, and accepts him. 10 He magnifies and blesses Job. 16 Job's age and death.

PSALMS. J. The happiness of the godly. 4TbeuDhappiness

of the ungodly.

II. 1 The kingdom of Christ. 10 Kings are ex- horted to accept it.

II I. The security of God's protection.

IV. 1 David prays for audience. 2 He reproves and exhorts his enemies. 6 Man's happiness is in God's favour.

V.l David prays, and professes his study in prayer. 4 God favours not the wicked. 7 David profess- ing his faith, prays unto God to guide him, 10 to destroy his enemies, and to preserve the godly.

VI. 1 David's complaint in his sickness. 8 By faith he triumphs over his enemies.

VII. 1 David prays against the malice of his ene- inies, professing his innocency. 10 By faith he sees his defence and the destruction of his enemies.

VIII. 1 God's glory is manifested by his works, and by his love to man.

IX. 1 David praises God for executing of judgment. 11 He incites others to praise him. 13 He prays that he may have cause to praise him.

X. 1 David complains to God of the outrage of the wicked. 12 lie prays for remedy. 1C> He pro- fesses his confidence.

XI. 1 David encourages himself in God, aeninst his enemies. 4 The providence and justice of


XII. 1 David, destitute of human comfort, craves help of God. 3 He comforts himself with God's judgments on the wicked, and confidence in God's experienced promises.

XIII. 1 David complains of delay in help. 3 He prays for preventing grace. 5 He boasteth of divine mercy.

XIV. 1 David describes the corruptions of a na- tural man. 4 He convinces the wicked by tlie light of their conscience. 7 He glories in the salvation of God.

XV. David describes a citizen of Sion.

XVI. 1 David in distrust of merits, and hatred of idolatry. Hies to God for preservation. 5 He shews the hope of his calling, of the resurrection, and life everlasting.

XVII. 1 David in confidence of his integrity, craves defence of God against liis enemies. 10 He shews their pride, craft, and eaeeniess. 12 He pravs against them in confidence of his hope.

XVIII. David praises God for bis manifold and marvellous blessings.

XIX. 1 The creatures shew God's glory. 7 The word his grace. .32 David prays for grace.

XX. 1 'Ihe church blesses the king in his exploits. 7 Her confidence in God's succour.

XXI. 1 A thanksgiving for victory. 7 Confidence of further success.

XXII. 1 David complains in great discourage- ments. 9 He prays iu great distress. 23 He praises God.

XXll I. David's confidence in God's grace.

XXIV. 1 God's lordship in the world. 3 The citizens of his spiritual kingdom. 7 An exhorta- tion to receive him.

XXV. 1 David's confidence in prayer. 7 He prays for remission or sins, 16 and for help in affliction.

XXVI. David resorts to God in confidence of his integrity.

XXV II. 1 David sustains his faith, by the power of God, 4 by his love to the service of God, 9 and hy prayer.

XXVIII. 1 David prays earnestly s^iiut bis

enemies. 6 He blesses God. 9 He prays for the people.

XXIX. I.David exhorts princes to give glory to God, 3 by reason of his power, 11 and protection of his people.

XXX. 1 David praises God for his deliverance. 4 He exhorts others to praise him by example of God's dealing with him.

XXXI. 1 David shewing his confidence in God, craves his help. 7 He rejoices in his mercy. 9 He prays in his calamity. 19 Helpraises God for his goodness.

XXXII. 1 Blessedness consistetli in the remission of sins. 3 Confession of sins giveth ease to the conscience. 8 God's promises bring joy. .

XXXIII. 1 God is to be praised for his goodness,

6 for his power, 12 and for his providence. £0 Confidence is to be placed in God.

XXXIV. 1 David praises God, and exhorts others thereto by his experience. 8 They are blessed that trust in God. 11 He exhorts to the fear of God. 15 The privileges of the righteous.

XXXV. 1 David prays for his safety and his ene- mies' confusion. 11 He complains of their wrong- ful dealing, 22 Thereby he incites God against them.

XXXVI. 1 The grievous estate of the wicked. 5 The excellency of God's mercy. 10 David prays for favour to God's children.

XXXVII. David persuades to patience, and con- fidence in God, by the different state of the godly and the wicked.

XXXVIII. David moves God to take compassion of his pitiful case.

XXXI X. 1 David's care of his thoughts, 4 the con- sideration of the brevity and vanity of life, 7 the reverenceof God's judgments, lOaud prayer, are his bridles of impatience.

XL. 1 The benefit of confidence in God. 6 Obe- dience is the best sacrifice. 11 The sense of Da- vid's evils inflames his prayer.

XLI. 1 God's care of the poor. 4 David complains of his enemies' treachery. 10 He flees to God for succour.

XLII. 1 David's zeal to serve God in the temple. 5 He encourages his soul to trust in God.

XLI 1 1. 1 David praying to be restored to the tem- ple, promises to serve God joyfully. 5 He en- courageth his soul to trust in God.

XLIV. 1 The church, in memory of former favours,

7 complains of their present evils. 17 Pro- fessing her integrity, 24 she fervently prays for succour.

XXV. 1 The majesty and grace of Christ's kins- dom. 10 The duty of the church, and the benefits thereof.

XLVl. 1 The confidence which the church hath in God. 8 An exhortation to behold it^

XLVII. 1 The nations are exhorted cheerfully to entertain the kingdom of Christ.

XLVIII. I The ornaments and privileges of the church.

XLIX. 1 An earnest persuasion to build the faith of the resunection, not on worldly power, but on God. 16 Worldly prosperity is not to be ad- mired.

L. 1. The majesty of God in the church. 5 His order to gather saints. 7 The pleasure of God is not in ceremonies, 14 but in sincerity of obedience.

LI. 1 David praysfor remission of sins, whereof he makes a deep confession. 6 He prays for sanctifi- cation. 16 God delights not in sacrifice, but in sincerity. 18. He prays for the church.

Lll. 1 David condemning thespitefulnessofDoeg, prophesies his destruction. 6 The righteous shall rejoice at it. 8 David, upon his confidence in God's mercy, gives thanks.

LIII. 1 DavicI describes the corruplionsofanatural man. 4 He convinces the wicked by the light of their own conscience. 6 He glories in the sal- vation of God.

LIV. 1 David complains of the Ziphims, prays for salvation. 4 Upon his confidence in God's help, he promi^s sacrifice.

LV. 1 David in his prayer complains of his fearful case. 9 He prays against his enemies, of whose wickedness and treachery he complains. 6 He comforts himself in God s preservation of him, and confusion of his enemies.

LVI. 1 David praying to God in confidence of his word, complains of his enemies. 9 He professes his confidence jn God's word, and promises to praise him.

LVII. ,1 David in prayer flying unto God, com- plains of his dangerous case. 7 He encourages him to praise God.

LVI II. 1 David reproves wicked judges, 3 de- scribes the nature of the wicked, 6 devotes thein to God's judgments, 10 whereat the righteous shall rejoice.

LIX. 1 David prays to be delivered fiom his ene- mies. 6 He complains of their cruelty. 8 He trusts in God. 11 He prays against them. 16 He praises God.

LX. 1 David complaining to God of former judg- ment, 4 now upon t>etter hope prayeth for deliver- ance. 6 Comforting himself in God's promises, he craves that help whereon he tinsteth.

LXI. I David flees to God upon his former expe- rience. 4 He vows perpetual service to him be- cause of his promises.

LXI I. 1 David professing his confidence in God, discourages his enemies. 5 1 n the same confidence be encourages the godly. 9 No trust is to be put in worldly things. 11 Power and mercy belong to God.

LXI 1 1. 1 David's thirst for God. 4 His manner of blessing God. 9 His confidence of his enemies' destruction, and his own safety.

LXIV. 1 David praysfordeliverance, complaining of his enemies, 7 He promises himself to see such

an evident destruction of his enemies, as the righteous shall rejoice at it.

LX V. 1 David praises God for his grace. 4 The blessedness ot God's chosen, by reason of be- nefits.

LXVI. 1 David exhorts to praise God, 5 to observe his great works, 8 to bless him for his gracious benefits. 12 He vows for himself religious ser- vice to God. 16 Declares God's special goodness to himself.

LXVI I. 1 A prayer for the enlargement of God's kingdom, 3 to the joy of the people, 6 and the increase of God's blessings.

LXVIII. 1 A prayer at tlie removing of the ark. 4 An exhortation to praise God for his mercies, 7 for his care of the church, 19 for his great works.

LXIX. 1 David complains of his affliction. 13 He prays for deliverance. 22 He devotes his enemies to destruction. 30 He praises God with thanksgiving.

LXX. David solicitsGod to the speedy destruction of the wicked, and preservation of the godly.

LXXl. 1 David in confidence of faith and expe- rience of Go

LXX II. 1 David praying for Solomon, shews the goodness and glory of his, in type, and in truth, of Christ's kingdom. 18 He blesses God.

LXXIII. 1 The prophet prevailing in a tempta- tion, 2 shews the occasion thereof, the prosperity of the wicked. 13 The wound given thereby, diffidence. 15 The victory over it, knowledge of God's purpose, in destroying of the wicked, and sustaining the righteous.

LXXIV. 1 The prophet complaineth of the deso- lation of the sanctuary. 10 He moveth God to help, in consideration of his power. 18 Of his reproachful enemies, of his children, and of bis covenant.

LXX V. 1 The prophet praises God. 2 He promises to judge uprightly. 4 He rebukes the proud by consideration of God's providence. 9 He praises God, and promises to execute justice.

LXX VI. 1 A declaration of God's majesty in the church. 11 An exhortation to serve him reverently.

LXXVII. 1 The psalmist shews what fierce combat he liad with diffidence. 10 The victory which he had by consideration of God's great and gra- cious works.

LXXVIII. 1 An exhortation both to learn and to preach the law of God. 9 The story of God's wrath against the incredulous and disobedient, 67 The Israelites being rejected, God chose Ju- dah, Sion, and David.

LXXIX. 1 The psalmist complains of the desola- tion of Jerusalem. 8 He prays for deliverance, 13 and promises thankfulness.

LXXX. 1 1 he psalmist in his prayer complains of the miseries of the church. 8 God's former fa\\\\ ours are turned into judgments. 14 He prays for deliverance.

LXXXI. 1 An exhortation to a solemn praising of God. 4 God challenges that duty by reason of his benefits. 8 God exhorting to obedience, complains of their disobedience, which proves their own hurt.

LXXXII. 1 The psalmist having exhorted the judges, 5 and reproved their negligence, 8 prays God to judge.

LXXX 11 1. 1 A complaint to God of the enemies conspiracies. 9 A prayer against them that op- press the church.

LXXXIV. 1 The prophet longing for the com- munion of the sanctuary, 4 shews how blessed they are that dwell therein. 8 He prays to be

• restored unto it.

LXXXV. 1 Ihe psalmist, out of the experience of former mercies, prays for the continuance there, of. 8 He promises to wait thereon, out of con» fidence of God's goodness.

LXXXVI. 1 David strengthens his prayer by the conscience of his religion, 5 by the goodness and power of God. 1 1 He desires the continuance or former grace. 14 Complaining of the proud, be craves some token of God's goodness.

LXXXVII. 1 J he nature and glory of the church. 4 'Ihe increase, honour, and comfort of the mem- bers thereof.

LXXXVIIl. 1 A prayer containing a grievous complaint.

LXXXIX. 1 The psalmist praises God for his covenant, 5 for his wonderful power, 15 for the care of his church, 19 for his favour to the king- dom of David. .18 Then complaining of the con- trary events, 46 he expostulates, prays, and blesses God.

XC. 1 Moses setting forth God's providence, 3 complains of human fragility, 7 divine chastise- ments, 10 and brevity of life. 12 He prays for the knowledge and sensible experience of God's good providence.

XCI. I The state of the godly. 3 Their safety. 9 Their habitation. 11 Their servants. 14 Their friends, with the effects of them all.

XCII. 1 The prophet exhorts to praise God, 4 for his great works, 6 for his judgments on the wicked, 10 and for his goodneks to the godly.

XCII I. I The majesty, power, and boliness ot Christ's kingdom.

XCI V. 1 The prophet calling for justice, complains of tyranny and impiety. 8 He teaches God s pre vidence. 12 He shews the blessedness of afflic- tion. 16 God is the defender of the afflicted.

XCV. 1 An exhortation to praise God, 3 for his greatness, 6 and for his goodness ; 8 and not to tempt him.

XCVI. 1 An exhortation to praise God, 4 for his greatness, 8 for his kingdom, 11 for his general judgment.



XCVII. 1 The majesty of Goil's kingdom. 7 The church rejoices at God's jiid^ments upon idola- ters. 10 An exhortation to godliness and glad- ness.

XCVII I. 1 The psalmist exhorts the .Tews, 4 the Gentiles, 7 and all the creatures, to praise God.

XCIX. 1 The prophet settinj; forth the kingdom of God in Zion, 5 exhorts all, by the .example of forefathers, to worship God at his holy hill.

C. 1 An exhortation to praise God cheerfully, .3 for his greatness, 4 and for his power.

CI. 1 David makes a vow and profession of godli- ness.

CII. 1 The prophet in his prayer makes a grievous complaint. 1'.' He takes comfort in the eternity and mercy of God. 18 The mercies of God are to be recorded. '23 He sustains his weakness by the unchanseableness of God.

cm. 1 An exhortation to bless God for his mercy, 15 and for the constancy thereof.

CIV. I A meditation upon the mighty power, 7

and wonderful ^irovidenceof God. .31 tlod's t'lory is eternal, praise God

provid The pr

ophet vows perpetually to

C V. 1 An exhortation to praise God, and to seek out his works. 7 i he storv of God's providence over Abraliam, 16 over Joseph. C.'i over .lacob in Egypt, hoover Moses delivering the Israel- ites, .1" over the Israelites brought out of Faypt, fed in the wilderness, and planted in Canaan.

C\\\'I. 1 The psalmist exhorts to praise God. 4 lie prays for pardon of sin, as God did witli the fath'ers. 7 The story of tlie people's rebellion, mid God's mercy. 4" He concludes with prayer and praise.

CVII. 1 1 he psalmist exhorts the redeemetj, in praising God, to observe his manifold provi- dence, 4 over travellers, 10 over captives. 17 over sick men, C3 over seamen, 33 and in divers varieties of life.

CVII I. 1 David encourages himself to praise God.

5 He prays for (iod's assistance accoidini; to his promise. 11 His confidence in God's iielp.

ClX. 1 David complaining of his slanderous ene- mies, under the person of .ludas, devotes them. 10 He shews their sin. CI Complaiiiin-- of his own misery, he prays for help. 30 He promises thankfulness.

ex. 1 The kingdom, 4 the priesthood, 5 the con- quest, 7 and the passion of Christ.

CXI. 1 The psalmist by his exaiiiple incites others to praise God, for his izlorious, o and gracious works. 10 The fearof God breeds true wisdom.

CXII. 1 Godliness has the promises of this life, 4 and of the life to come. 10 I he prosperity of the godly shall be an eye-sore to the wicked.

CXI 1 1. 1 An exhortation to praise God for his ex- cellency, 6 and for his inercy.

CXIV. 1 An exhortation, by the example of the dumb creatures, to fear God in his church.

CXV. 1 Because God is truly gracious. 4 and idols are vanity, 9 he exhorts to confidence in God. IC God is to be blessed for his blessings.

CXVl. 1 The psalmist professes his love and duty to God for his deliverance. IC He studies to be thankful.

CXVII. 1 An exhortation to praise God for his mercy and truth.

CXVIII. 1 An exhortation to praise Go

CXI.V. This psalm containeth sundry prayers, praises, and professions of obedience.

CXX. 1 Davici prays against Doeg. 3 reproves his tongue, 5 and complainsof his necessary con- versation with the wicked.

CXXl. 1 The great safety of the godly, who put their trust in God's protection.

CX.XII. 1 David professes his joy for the church,

6 and prays fortlie peace thereof.

CXXIII. I The godly profess their confidence in God, 3 and pray to be delivered from con- tempt.

CXXIV. The church blesseth God for a iniiacu- lous deliverance.

CXXV. 1 The safety of such as trust in God. 4 A prayer for the godly, and aL'ainstthe wirkeil.

CXXVI. I The church celebrating her incredible return out of captivity, 4 prays for, and prophe- sies, the good success thereof.

CXXVII. 1 'I'he virtue of God's blessing. 3 Good children are his gift.

CXXVIII. The sundry blessings which follow them that fear God.

C.X.XIX. 1 An exhortation to praise God for sav- ing Israel in their great afflictions. 5 The haters of the church are cursed.

CXXX. 1 'I'he psalmist professes his hope in prayer, 5 and his patience in hope. 7 He ex- horts Israel to hope in God.

CX.XXI. 1 David professing his humility, 3 ex- hirrls Israel to hope in Go

C'X.XXII. 1 David in his prayer recommends unto God the religious care he had for the ark. 8 His prayer at the removing of the ark, 11 with a re-

petition of God's promises.


r.XXXIII. The benefitof the communion of saints.

C.X.XXIV. An exhortation to bless fiod.

C.XXXV. 1 An exhortation to praise God for his mere}', 5 for his power, 8 for Ids judgments. 15 'The vanity of idols. 19 An exhortation to bless God.

CXXXVI. An exhortation to give thanks to God kr tvnrlicular mercies.

CXXXVII. 1 The constancy of the Jews in cap- tivity. 7 The prophet curr.eth I'^lom and Babel.

C.X.X.KVIII. 1 David praiseth God for the truth of his word. 4 He prophesies that the kings of the earth shall praise G( J. 7 He professetli his coD&dence ia Cod.

CXXX IX. 1 David praiseth God for his all-seeing providence. 17 and for his infinite mercies. 19 He defies the wicked. 'J3 He prays for sincerity.

CXL. 1 David prays to be delivered t'rom Saul and l)oeg. 8 He prays a£ainst them. 12 He comforts himself bv confidence in God.

CXLl. 1 David prays that his suit may be accep- table, 3 his conscience sincere, 7 and his life safe trom snares.

CXLIl. David shews tbat in his trouble, all his comfort was in prayer to God.

CXLIII. 1 David prays for favour in judgment, 3 He complains of his grief. 5 Hestrtngtheneth his faith by meditation and praver. 7 He pravs for grace, 9 for deliverance, lo'for sanctification, 12 tor "lestruciion of his enemies.

CXLIV. 1 David ble»sithGod for his meicvbofh to him and to man. 5 He pravs that God would powerfully deliver him from lils enemies. 9 He promises to praise God. U He prays for the happy state of the kingdom.

C.XLV. 1 David praiseth God for his fame, R for his goodness, 11 for his kingdom, 14 for his provi- dence, 17 for his saving mercy.

CXLVl. IThe psalmist vows perpetual praises to (iod. 3 He exhorts not to trust in man. 5 God for his power, justice, mercy, aud kingdom, is only worthy to be trusted.

CXLVll. 1 I'he prophet exhorts to praise God, for his care of the church, 4 his power, 6 anil his mercy : 7 to praise him for his providence : 12 to praise him for his blessings upon the king- dom, 15 for his power over the meteors, 19 and for his ordinances in the church.

C.XLVlll. 1 Ihe psalmist exhorts the celestial, 7 the terrestrial, 11 and the rational creatures, to praise God.

CXLIX. 1 Ihe prophet exhorts to praise God for his love to the church, 5 and for the power he gave the church.

CL. 1 An exhortation to praise God, 3 with all sorts of instruments.


I. The use of the proverbs. 7 An exhortation to fear God and believe in his word. 10 To avoid the enticingsof sinners. 20 Wisdom complainsof her contempt. 24 .She threatens her contemners.

II. 1 Wisdom promiseth godliness to her chihlren, 10 and safety from evil company, 20 and direc- tion in good ways.

III. 1 Anexhoitation to obedience, 5tofaith,7(o mortificatii-n. y to devotion, 11 to patience. l:i '1 he happy i;ain of wisdom. 19 I he power, 21 and the benefits of wisdom. 2* An exhortalion to charitableness. .SO peaceableness, .31 and content- edness. 33 Ihe cursed state of the wicke

IV. 1 S

V. 1 >olomon exhorts to the study of wisdom. 3 lie shews the mischief of whoredom and riot. 15 lie exhorts tocontentedncss, liberality, and chas- tity. 22 Ihe wicked are overtaken with their own sins.

VI. 1 Against surefiship, 6 idleness. 12 and mis- chievousness. 16 -Seven things hateful to God. CO 1 he blessings of obedience. 25 Ihe mischiefs of whoredom. "

VII. 1 Solomon persuades to a sincere and kind fa- miliarity with wisdom. In an example of his own expjerience, he shews, 10 the cunning of a whore, 22 and the desperate simplicity of a young wanton. 24 He deliorteth from such wick- edness.

VIII. 1 The fame, G and evidence of wisdom. 10 The excellency, 12 the natme, 15 the fiower, 18 the riches. 22 and the eternity of vvisdom. 32 ^\\\\ isdom is to be desired for the blessedness it bringefh.

IX. 1 Ihe discipline, 4 and doctrine of wisdom. 13 The custom. 10 and error of folly.

X. *«• Trom this chapter to the twenty-tu'th. are sundry observations of moral virtues, and their contrary vices.

XX \\\'. 1 Observations about kings, 8 and about avoiding of quarrels, and sundry causes thereof.

XXVI. 1 Observations about fools, 13 sluggards, 17 and contentious busy-liodies.

XXVI I. 1 Observations of self-love, 5 of true love, 11 of care to avoid offences, 23 and of household care.

XXVI II. General observations of impiety, and religious integrity.

XXIX. 1 Observations of public government. 15 and of private. 22 Of anger, pride, thievery, cowardice, and corruption.

XX.X. 1 .Agur's confession of his faith. 7 Ihe two points of his prayer. 10 The meanest are not to be wronged. 11 Four wicked generations. 15 Four things insatiable. 17 Parents are not to be despised. IB Four things hard to be known. 21 Four things intolerable. 24 Four things exceed- ing wise. 29 Four things stately. .32 Wrath is to be prevented.

XXXI. 1 Temuel'slessonof chastity and temper- ance. 6 Ihe afflicted are to be comforted and defended. 10 The praise and properties of a good wife.


I. The preacher shews that all human courses are vain : 4 Because the creatures are restless in their courses. 9 They bring forth nothing new. and all old things are forgotten. 12 and lucause lie hatli found it so in the studies of wisdom.

II. I The vanity of human courses in the works of pleasure. 12 Though the wise be better than the fool, yet both have one event. 18 The vanity of iiufnau labour, in leaving it they know not to

whom. 24 Xothing better tlian joy in our labour,

hut that is God's gift.

III. 1 By the necessary change of times, vanity is added to human travail. 11 I here is an excel- lency in Go<1's works. 10 But as for man, God shall judge his works there, and here he shall be like a beast.

IV. 1 Vanity is increased unto men by oppression, 4 hv envy, 5 by ioleness. 7 by covetousness, 9 l)y solitariness, 13 by wiliulness.

V. 1 ^ anities in divine service, B in murmuring against oppression, 9 and in riches. 18 Joy in riches is the ciit of God.

^ I. 1 Ihe vanity of riches without use. .■? Of chil- dren, 6 and old aL'e without riches. 9 The vanity of sight and wandering desires. U The conclu- sion of vaidfies.

^ II. 1 Remedies against vanity are a cood name, 2 inortilication, " patience, 11 wisdom. 23 Ihe dilhculty of wisdom.

VIII. 1 Kings are greatly to be respected. 6 Ihe divine providence is to be observed. 12 It is better with the godly in adversity, than with the w icked in prosperity. 10 The w'ork of God is iiiisearchable.

IX. 1 Like things happen to good and bad. 4'1'here is a necessiiy of death unto men. " Comfort is all their portion in this life. 1 1 God's providem e rules

^overall. 13 \\\\\\\\ isdom is better than streneth.

X. 1 Otiservationsof wisdom and follv. lOOfriot, l!!slothfulnesi, 19 and money. CO Men's thoughts of kin^s ouL'iit to he reverent.

XI. 1 Directions for charity. 7 Death in life, 9 and the day of judgment in {he days of youth, are to he thought on.

XII. 1 1 he Creator is to be remembered m due lime. 8 The preacher's care to edify. 15 1 lie fear of God is the chief antidote of vanity.


I. The church's love to Christ. 5 She owns her de- formity, 7 and prays to he directed to his tiock. 8 C lirist directs her to the shepherils' tents. 9 -And sliewiiiL' his love to her. 11 gives her graiious promises. 12 the church and Christ congratu- late each other.

II. 1 Ihe mutual love of Christ and his church. 8 'The liope, 10 and calling of the church. 14 Christ's care if the churcli. 16 Ihe profession of the church, her faith and hope.

III. II he chiinli's fight and victory in temptation, (i The chiircli ylorieth in Christ.

1\\\'. 1 Christ sets forth the graces of the church. 8 He shews his love to her. 10 Ihe clunch prays to be made fit for his presence.

V. 1 Christ awakes the church with his calling. 2 'I he church hav in^ a taste of Clu i.-t's love, is sick of love. 9 .A description of Christ In- his iiraies.

VI. 1 Ihe cliurch professetli lit-r faith' in Chiist. 4 Christ shews the graces of the church. 111 and his love towards her.

VII. 1 A further description of the (luirch's graces. 10 I he church professes her faitli and desire.

VIII. 1 flie love of the cliurcii of t hrist. Ihe force of love. 8 The calling of the (•entiles. 14 The church prays for C hrist's coming.


I. Isaiah complains of .luclah for her rebellion. 5 He laments her judgments. 10 He uphraids their whole service. \\\\0 1 fe exhorts to reptntance, with Iiromises ami threateniiius. 21 Bewailins their wickedness, he ilenounces God's judgments. 25 He promises L'lace, 28 and threatens destruction to the wicked.

II. 1 Isaiah prophesieth of the coming of Christ's kingdom. W ickedness is the cause of Cioii's forsaking. 10 He exhorts to fear, because of the liowerful efiecfs of (iod's majesty.

III. 1 I he areat confusion which comes by sin. 9 The impudence of the people. 12 Ihe oppression and covetousness of flu rulers. 16 I'he luiimneiils which shall be fi)r the pride of the woiiieu.

l\\\'. In the extremity of evils Christ's kmgdom shall be a sanctuary.

V. 1 I'nderthe parableof avinevard.God excuseth his severe judgment. 8 His judgments upon co- vetousness, 11 upon lascivioiisness, 13 upon im- juety, 20 and upon injustice. 20 ihe executioners of tiod's judgments.

Vi . 1 Isaiah in a vision of the Lord in his glory, 5 being terrified, is confirmed for his message" 9 He shews the obstinacy of the people, to their desolation. 13 A remnant sh;ill be saved.

VII. 1 Ahaz, being troubled with fearof Kezin and Pekah, is comforted by Isaiah. 10 .-Xhaz having lif>ert,v to choose a sign, and refusing it. tiatli tor a sii;ii Christ promised. 17 His judgment is pio- piiesied to come bv Assyria.

VIII. 1 In Mahei-shalal'hash baz, he prophesies that Svria and Israel -hall he Sllll.medbvA^svrla; 5 .liiiiah likewise for their infidelity. 9 t'iod's indgiiieiits are irresistible. 11 Comfort to them "that fear (icni. 19 (Jreat aftlicfions to idolaters.

IX. 1 W hat joy shall be in the midst of afflictions, by thekinsjilom and birth of Christ. 8 The iudg- mentsupon Isnul for their pride. l3for their hy pocrisv, 18 aud for their impenitence.

X. 1 Hie woe of tyrants. .') .Assyria, the rod of hy- pocrites, for his priife shall be broken. 20 A rem nantof Israel shall besaveil. 24 Israel is comfort- ed witli promise of deliverance from Assyria.

XI. 1 I he peaceable kingdom of the Branch out of the rootof .lesse. 101 he victorious restoration of Israel, and vocation of the Gentiles.

XU. A joyful thanksgiving of the faithful for the

mercies of Go

threatens to destroy Babylon by the Medes. 19

The desolation of Babylon. XIV. 1 (iod'smercifiilrestorationof Israel. 4Their

triumphant exultation over Babel. 24 God's



purpose against Assyria. 29 Palestina is threat- ened.

XV. The lamentable state of Moab.

AVI. 1 Moab is exhorted to yield obedience to Christ's kingdom. 6 Moab is threatened for her pride. 9 The prophet bewails her. 12 The judg- ment of Moab.

XVII. 1 Syria and Israel are threatened. 6 A remnant shall forsake irifilatry. 9 The rest shall be plagued for their impiety. 12 The woe of Israel's enemies.

XVIII. 1 God, in care of his people, will destroy the Ethiopians. 7 An access thereby shall grow unto the church.

XIX. 1 The confusion of F.gj-pt. 11 The foolish- ness of their princes. 18 The calling of Egypt to the church. 23 1 he covenant of Egypt, Assyria, and Israel.

XX. A type prefiguring the shameful captivity of Egypt and Ethiopia.

XXI. 1 The prophet bewailing the captivity of his people, seeth in a vision the fall of Babylon by the Medes and Persians. 11 Edom scorninir the prophet, is moved to repentance. 13 1 he set-time of Arabia's calamity.

XXII.' 1 I'he prophet laments the invasion of Jewry by the Persians. 8 He reproves tlieir human wisdom and worldly joy. 15 He prophe- sieth Sheba's deprivatiim, 2(1 and Eliakim pre- iiguring the kini^dom of Christ, his substitution.

XXIII. 1 Ihe miserable overthrow of Tyre. 17 ' 1 heir unliappy return.

XXIV. rThe doleful judgments of God upon the land. 13 A remnant shall joyfully praise him. 16 God in his judgments shall advance his kingdom.

XXV. 1 The prophet praisetli God, for his judg- ments, 6 for his saving benefits, 9 and for his victorious salvation.

XXVI. 1 A song inciting to confidence in God, 5 for his judgments, 12 and for his favour to his people. CO An exhortation to wait on God.

XXVII. 1 The care of God over his vineyard. 7 His chastisements differ from judgments. 12 The church of Jews and Gentiles.

XXVIII. 1 The prophet threatens Ephraim for their pride and drunkenness. 5 'Jhe residue shall be advanced in the kingdom of Christ. 7 He rebukes their error. 9 1 heii" untowardness to learn, 14 and their security. 16 Christ the sure foundation is promised. 18 Their security shall be tried. 23 I'hey are incited to the con- sideration of God's discreet providence.

XXIX. 1 God's heavy judgment upon Jerusalem. 7 The unsatiableness of her enemies. 9 The senselessness, 13 anddeephypocrisy ofthe Jews. 18 A promise of sanctification to the godly.

XXX. I The prophet threatens the people, for tlieir confidence in E"ypt, 8 and contempt of God's word. 18 God s mercies to his church. 27 God's wrath, and the people's joy in the de- struction of Assyria.

XXXI. I The prophet shews their cursed folly, in trusting to Egypt, and forsaking of Go



XXXI I. 1 The blessings of Christ's kingdom. 9 Desolation is foreshewn. 15 Kestoration is pro- mised to succeed.

XXXI II. 1 God's judgments against the enemies ofthe church. 13 1 he privileges of the godly.

XXXIV. 1 Ihe judgments wherewith God reveng- etli his church. 1 1 '1 he desolation of her ene- mies. 16 The certainty ofthe prophecy.

X.XXV. 1 The joyful flourishing of Christ's king- dom. 3 The weak are encouraged by tlie virtues and privileges of the gospel.

XXXVI. 1 Sexinacherib invades Judah. 4 Kab- shakeh sent bv Sennacherib, by blasphemous persuasions soticitsthe people to revolt. 22 His words are told to Hczekiah.

XXXVII. 1 Hezekiah mourning, sends to Isaiah to pray for them. 6 Isaiah comforts them. 8 Sennacherib going to encounter Tirhakah, sends a blasphemous letter to Hezekiah. 14 Hezekiah's prayer. 21 Isaiah's prophecy of the pi ide and destruction of Sennacherib, and the gnod of Zion. 36 An angel slays the Assyrians. .37 Sennache- rib is slain at ?< ineveli by his own sous.

XXXVI I [. 1 Hezekiah receiving a message of death, by prayer his life is lengthened. 8 The sun goes ten degrees backward, for a sign of that promise. 9 His song of thanksgiving.

XXXIX. 1 Merodach-l)aladan sending to visit Hezekiah because of the wonder, hath notice of his treasures. 3 Isaiah umierstanding thereof, foretells the Babylonian captivity.

XL. 1 The promulgation ot the gospel. 3 The preaching of John the Baptist. 9 i he preaching of the apostles. 12 i he prophet by the omnipo- tence ot God, 18 and his incomparableness, 26 comforts the people.

XI.I. 1 God expostulates with the people, about his mercies to the church, 10 about his promises, 21 and aliout the vanity of idols.

XEII. 1 The office of Christ, graced with meek- ness and constanc3'. 5 God's promise unto him. 10 An exhortation to praise God for his gospel. 17 He reproves the people of incredulity.

XLIII. 1 The I^rd comforts the church with his promises. 8 He appeals to the people for wit- ness of his omnipotence. 14 He foretells them the desfruction of Babylon, IB and his wonderful deliverance of his people. 22 He reproves the people as inexcusable.

XLl V. 1 God comforts the church with his pro- mises. 7 I he vanity of idols, 9 and folly of idol- makers. 21 He exhorts to praise God for his redemption and omnipotence.

XI.V. 1 God calleth Cyrus for his church's .lake. .*) Bv his omnipotence he challengelh 20 He convinces the idols of vanity, by his saving power. 712

XLVI. 1 The idols of Babylon could not save themselves. 3 God saves his people to the end.

5 Idols are not comparable to God for power,

12 or present salvation.

XEVII. 1 God's judgments upon Babylon and Chaldea, 6 for their unmercifuluess, 7 pride, 10 .ind overboldness, 11 shall be irresistible.

XLVIII. 1 God, to convince the people of their foreknown obstinacy, revealed his prophecies. 9 He saves them for his own sake. 12 He ex- horts them to obe

XLI.X. 1 Christ being sent to the Jews, complains of them. 5 He is sent to the Gentiles, with gracious promises. 13 God's love is perpetual to his church. 18 The ample restoration of the church. 24 The powerful deliverance out of the captivity.

L. 1 Christ shews that the dereliction of the Jews is not to be imputed to him, by his ability to save, 5 by his obedience in that work, 7 and by his confidence in that assistance. 10 An exhortation to trust in God and not in oui-selves.

LI. 1 An exhortation after the pattern of Abra- ham, to trust in Christ, 3 by reason of his com- fortable promises, 4 of his righteous salvation, 7 and man s mortality. 9 Christ, by his sanctified arm, riefendeth his from the fear of man. 17 He bewails the afflictions of Jerusalem, 21 and pro- niises deliverance.

Lit. 1 Christ persuades the church to believe his free redemption, 7 to receive the ministers there- of, 9 to joy in the power thereof, 1 1 and to free tliemselves from bondage. 13 Christ's kingdom shall be exalted.

LIIl. 1 The prophetcomplainingof their incredu- lity, excuses the scandal of the cross, 4 by the benefit of his passion, 10 and the good success thereof.

LIV. 1 'The prophet, for the comfort of the Gen- tiles, prophesies the amplitude of their church, 4 their safety, 6 their certain deliverance out of afl[liction, 11 their fair edification, 15 and sure preservation.

LV. 1 The prophet, with the promises of Christ, calls to faith, 6 and to repentance. 8 The happy success of them that believe.

LVI. 1 The prophet exhorts to sanctification. 3 He promises it shall be general without respect of per- sons. 9 He inveighs against blind watchmen.

LVI 1 . 1 The blessed death of the righteous. 3 God reproves the .lews for their whorish idolatry. 13 He gives evangelical promises to the penitent.

LVIII. 1 The prophet being sent to reprove hypo- crisy, 3 expresses a cnunferfeit fast and a true. 8 He declares what promises are due to godliuess,

13 and to the keeping of the sabbath.

LIX. 1 The damnable nature of sin. 3 The sins of the Jews. 9 Calamity is for sin. 16 Salvation is only of God. 20 The covenant ofthe Redeemer.

LX. 1 The glory of the church, in the abundant ac- cess of the Gentiles, 15 and the great blessings after a short affliction.

LXI. 1 The office of Christ. 4 The forwardness, 7 and blessings of the faithful.

LXII. 1 The fervent desire ofthe prophet, to con- firm the church in God's promises. 5 The office ofthe ministers (unto which they are incited) in preaching the gospel, 10 and preparing the peo- ple thereto.

LXIII. 1 Christ sheweth -who he is, what his vic- tory over his enemies, 7 and what his mercy to- wards his church. 10 In his just wrath he remem- bers his free mercy. 15 The church in her prayer, 17 and complaint, professes her faith.

LXIV. 1 The church prays for the illustration of God's power. 5 Celebrating God's mercy, she makes confession of her natural corruptions, 9 and complains of her affliction.

LXV. 1 'Ihe calling ofthe Gentiles. 2 The Jews, for their incredulity, idolatry, and hypocrisy, are rejected. B A remnant shall be saved. 11 judg- ments on the wicked, and blessings on the godly. 17 "The blessed state of the new Jerusalem.

LXVI. 1 The glorious God will be served in hum- ble sincerity. 5 He comforts the humble with the marvellous generation, 10 and with the gracious benefits of the church. 15 God's severe judg- ments against the wicked. 19 The Gentiles shall have an' holy church, 24 and see the damnation ofthe wicked.


I. The time, 3 and the calling of .Teremiah. 11 His prophetical visions of an almond-rod, and a seething-pot. 15 His heavy message against Judah. 17 God encourages him with his promise of assistance.

II. 1 God having shewn his former kindness, expos- tulates with tlie Jews their causeless revolt, 9 be- yond any example. 14 They are the causes of their own calamities. 20 The sins of Judah. 31 Her confidence is rejected.

III. 1 God's great mercy in Judah's vile whoredom.

6 Judah is worse than Israel. 12 The promises ofthe gospel to the penitent. 20 Israel, reproved and called by God, make a solemn confession of their sins.

IV. 1 God calls Israel by his promise. 3 He exhorts Judah to repentaiKC by fearful judgments. 19 A grievous lamentation for the miseries of Judah.

V. 1 Ihe judgments of God upon the lews, for their perverseness, 7 fortfaeir adultery, 10 for their im- piety, 19 contempt of God, 25and for their great corruption in the civil state. .30 and ecclesiastical.

VI. 1 'Ihe ejiemies sent against Judah, 4 encourage, themselvee. 6 God sets them on work,be

VII. 1 Jeremiah is sent to call for true repentance, to prevent the Jews' captivity. 8 He rejects tlieir vain confidence, 12 by the example of Shiloh. 17 He threatens them for their idolatry. 21 He re- jects the sacrifices of the disobedient. 29 He ex- horts to mourn for their abominations in Tophet, 32 and the judgments for the same.

VIII. 1 The calamity of the Jews, both dead and alive. 4 He upbraids their foolisli and sliameless impenitence. 13 He shews their grievous judg- ment, 18 and bewails their desperate estate.

IX. 1 Jeremiah laments the Jews for their sins, 9 and judgment. 12 Disobedience is the cause of their calamity. 17 He exhorts to mourn for tlieir destruction, 23 and to trust, not in themselves, but in God. 25 He threatens both Jews and Gentiles.

X. 1 The unequal comparison of God and idols. 17 Ihe prophet exhorts to fly from the calamity to come. 19 He laments the spoil of the taber- nacle by foolish pastors. 23 He makes an hum- ble supplication.

XI. 1 Jeremiah proclaims God's covenant: 8 re- bukes the Jews disobeying there

XII. 1 Jeremiah complaining ot the prosperity of the wicked, by faith sees their ruin. 5 God ad- monishes him of his brethren's treachery against him, 7 and laments his heritage 14 He promises to the penitent return from captivity.

XIII. 1 In the type of a linen girdle, hidden at Euphrates, God prefigures the destruction of his people. 12 Under the parable of the bottles filled with wine, he foretells their drunkenness in misery. 15 He exhorts to prevent their future judgments. 22 He shews their abominations are the cause thereof.

XI V. 1 'I he grievous famine, 7 causes Jeremiah fo pray. 10 Ihe Lord will not be entreated for the people. 13Lying prophets are no exnise for tlieni. 17 .leremiah is moved to complain for them.

XV. 1 The utter rejection, and manifold judgments of the Jews. 20 Jeremiah complaining of their spite, receives a promise for himself, 12 and a threatening for them. 15 He prays, 19 and re- ceives a gracious promise.

XVI. 1 riie prophet, under the types of abstain- ing from marriage, from houses of mourning and feasting, foreshews the utter ruin of the Jews,

10 because they were worse than their fathers. 14 Their return from captivity shall be stranger than their deliverance out of Egypt. 16 God will doubly recompense their idolatrj-.

XVII. 1 The captivity of .ludah for her sin. 5 Trust in man is cursed, 7 in God is blessed. 10 The deceitful heart cannot deceive God. 12 The salvation of God. 15 The prophet complains ot the mockers of his prophecy. 19 He is sent to renew thecmenant in hallowing the sabbath.

XVIII. 1 Under the type of a potter is shewn Gotl's absolute power in disposing of nations. 11 Judgmenfsthreatened to Judah for herstrange re- volt. 18 Jeremiah prays against his conspirators.

XIX. 1 Under the type of breaking a potter's ves- sel is foreshewn the desolation of the Jews for their sins.

XX. 1 Pashur smiting Jeremiah, receives a new name, and a fearful doom. 7 Jeremiah complains of contempt, 10 of treachery, 14 and of his birth.

XXI. 1 Zedekiali seniebuchadrezzar's war. 3 Jeremiah foretells a hard siege and miserable captivity, g He coun.selsthe people to fall to the Chaldeans.

11 and upbraids the king's house.

XXII. 1 lie exhorts to reiientance, with promises and threats. 10 The judgment of Shallum, 13 of Jehoiakim, 20 and of Coniah.

XXI I I. 1 He prophesies a restoration of the scat- tered flock. 5 Christ shall rule and save them. 9 Against false prophets, 33 and mockers of the true prophets.

XXI V. 1 Under the type of good and bad figs. 4 he foreshews the restoration of them that were in captivity, 8 and the desolation of Zedekiah and the rest.

XXV. 1 Jeremiah reproving the Jews' disobedi- ence to the prophets, 8 foretells the seventy years' captivity, 12 and after tliat the destruction of Babylon. 15 Under the type of a cup of wine he foreshews the destruction of all nations. 34 1 he howling ofthe shepherds.

XXVI. 1 Jeremiah, by promises and threatenings, exhorts to repentance. 8 He is therefore appre- hended, 10 and arraigned. 11 His apology. 16 He is quit in judgment, by the example of Mi- cah, 20 and of Urijah, 24 and by tlie care of Ahikam.

XXVII. 1 Under the type of bonds and yokes, he prophesies the sutxluing of the neighbour kings unto Nebuchadnezzar. 8 He exhorts them to vield. and not to believe the false prophets. 12 The like he doth to Zedekiah. 19 He foretells the remnant ofthe vessels shall be carried into Paby-

';lon, and there continue until theday ofvisilafion,

XXVIII. 1 Hananiah prophesies falsely there- turn of the vessels, and of jeconiah. 5 Jeremiah wishing it to be true, shews that the event will declare who are true prophets. 10 Hananiah breaks Jeremiah's yoke. 12 Jeremiah tellsof an iron^oke, 15 and foretells Hananiah's death.

XXIX. 1 Jeremiah semis a letter to the captives in Babylon, to be quiet there, 8 and Lot to he- lieve the dreams of the prophets, 10 and that they shall return with grace, alter seventy years. Mi He foretells the destruction of Ihe rest for their disobedience. 29 He shews the fearful end of Ahab and Zedekiah, two lying prophets. 24 Shemaiah writes a letter against Jeremiah. 30 Jeremiah reads his doom.

XXX. 1 God shews Jeremiah the return of the Jews, 4 After their trouble, they shall have dc<


liveiance. 10 He comforts Jacob. 18 Their return shall t>e gracious. SU Wrath shall fall on the wicked.

XXXI. 1 1 he restoration of Israel. 10 The publica- tion thereof. 15 Hachel mourning, is coinforteil. 18 Ephraim repenting, IS hrouglit home again. 22 Christ is promised. 27 His care over the church. 31 His new covenant. 35 The stability, 38 and amplitude of the church.

XX.XI 1. 1 .leremiah being imprisoned by Zedekiah for his prophecy, 6 buys Ilanameel's field. 13 Baruch must preserve the evidence, as tokens of the people's return. 10 Jeremiah in his prayer complains to God. 26 God conlirms the captivity for their sins. .36 and promises a gracious return.

XXXIII. 1 God promises to the captivity, a giacious return, 9 a joyful state, 12 a settled government, 15 Christ, the branch of righteous- ness, 17 a continuance of kinaiiom and priest- hood, 20 and a stability of a blessed seed.

XXXIV. 1 Jeremiah prophesies the captivity of Zedekiah, and the city. 8 The princes and the people having disnussed their bond-servants, contrary to the covenant of Go

XXXV. 1 By the obedience of the Kecliahites, 12 Jeremiah condemns the disobedience of the Jews. lU God blesses the Kechabites for their obedience.

XXXVI. 1 Jeremiah causes Baruch to write his prophecy, 5 and publicly to read it. U The princes having knowledge of it by Micaiah, send Jehudi to fetch the roll and read it. 19 They will Baruch to hide himself and Jeremiah. 20 The king Jehoiakim being certified thereof, hears part of it, and burns the roll. 27 Jeremiah deiiounceth his judgment. 32 Baruch writes a new copy.

XXX VI 1 . 1 The Egyptians having raised the siege of the Chaldeans, king Zedekiah sends to Jeremiah to pray for the people. 6Jeremiah prophesiesthe Chaldeans' certain return and victory. 1 1 He is taken for a fugitive, beaten, and put in prison. 16 HeassuresZedekiahof Ihecaplivity. 18 Entreat- ing for his liberty, he obtaineth some favour.

XXXVI 11.1 Jeremiah by a false suggestion is put into the dungeon of Malchiah. 7 tbed-melech, by suit, gels him some enlargement. 14 Upon Secret conference, he counsels tlie king by yield- ing to save his life. 24 Hy the king's instruc- tions he conceals the conference from the princes.

XXXIX. 1 Jerusalem is taken. 4 Zedekiah is made blind, and sent to Babylon. 8 The city ruinated, 9 the people captivated. 11 Nebuchadrezzar's charge for the good usage of Jeremiah. 15 God's promise to Ebed-melecli.

XL. 1 Jeremiah being set free by Kebuzar-adan, goes to Gedaliah. 7 The dispersed Jews repair unto him. 1.3 Johanan revealing Ishniael's con- spiracy, is not believed.

Xl.I. 1 Ishmael, treacherously killing Gedaliah and others, purposes with the residue to flee tmto the Ammonites. 1 1 Johanan recovers the cap- lives, and intends to Hee into Egypt.

XLII. 1 Johanan desires Jeremiah to inquire of God, promisins obeilience to his -will. 7 Jere- miah assures him of safety in Judea, 1.'? and destruction in Egypt. 19 He reproves their hy- pocrisy in requiring of the Lord that which they meant not.

XLII I. I Johanna discrediting Jeremiah's pro- phecy, carries Jeremiah and others into Egypt. K Jeremiah prophesies by a type the conquest of Egypt by the Babylonians.

XLlV. 1 Jeremiah expresses the desolation of Judah for their idolatry. 11 He propliesies their destruction, who commit idolatry in Egvpt. 15 The obstinacy of the Jews. 20 Jeremiah threatens them for the same, 29 and for a sijjn prophesies the destruction of Egypt.

XLV. 1 Baruch being dismayed, 4 Jeremiah in- structs and comforts him.

XLV I. 1 Jeremiah prophesies the overthrow of Pharaoh's army at Euphrates, 13 and the con- quest of Egypt, by Mebuchadrezzar. 27 He comforts Jacob in their chastisement.

XLVI I. The destruction of the Philistines.

XLVIII. 1 The ju

XLIX. 1 The judgment of the Ammonites. CTheir restoration. 7 The judgment of Edom, 23 of Damascus, 28 of Kedar, .30 of Hazor, .34 and of Elain. 39 The restoration of Elam.

L. 1, 9, 21,. 35 Ihe judgment of Babylon. 4,17,33 The redemption of Israel.

LI. 1 Ihe severe judgment of God against Baby- lon, in revenge of Israel. 59 Jeremiah tielivers the book of this prophecy to Seraiah, to be cast into Euphrates, in token of the perpetual sinking of Babylon.

LI 1. 1 Zedekiah rebels. 4 Jerusalem is besieged and taken. 8ZeileJ


I. The miserable state of Jerusalem by reason of her sin. 12 She complains of her grief, 18 and confesses God's judgment to be righteous.

II. 1 leremiah laments the misery of Jerusalem. 20 He complains of it to Goil.

III. 1 The faithful bewail their calamities. 22 By the mercies of God they nourish their hope. .37 They acknowledge God's justice. 55 They pray fordeliverance,64and vengeance on their enemies.

JV. 1 Zion bewails her pitiful condition. 13 Sho confesses her sins. 21 Edom is threatened. 2'J ZioQ is comforted.

V. A pitiful complaint of Zion, in prayer to God. EZEKIEL.

I. The time of Ezekiel's prophecy at Chebar. 4 His vision of the four cherubims, 15 of the four wheels, 26 and of the glory of God.

II. 1 l.zekiel's comnussion. 6 His instruction. 9 The roll of his heavy prophecy.

III. 1 Ezekiel eats the roll. 4 God encourages him. 15 God shews him the rule of prophecy. 22 God shuts and opens the prophet's mouth.

IV. 1 Under the type of a siege, is shewn the time from the defection of Jeroboam to the captivity.

9 By the provision of llie siege, is shewn the hard* ness of the famine.

V. 1 Under the type of hair, 5 is shewn the judg- rnent of Jerusalem for their rebellion, 12 by famine, sword, and dispersion.

VI. 1 The judgment of Israel for their idolatry. 8 A remnant snail be blessed. U The faithful are exhorted to lament their calamities.

VII. 1 The final desolation of Israel. 16 The mourn- ful repentance of them that escape. 20 The ene- mies defile the sanctuary , because of the Israelites' abominations. 23 Under Ihe type of a chain is shewn their miserable captivity.

VI II . 1 Ezekiel in a vision of God, at Jerusalem, 5 is shewn the image of jealousy. 7 Ihe cham- bers of imagery. 13 Ihe mourners for I'ammuz. 15 The worshippers toward the sun. 18 God's wrath for tiieir i

IX. 1 A vision whereby is shewn the preservation of some, 5 and the destruction of the rest. 8 God cannot be entreated for them.

X. 1 The vision of the coals of fire, to be scattered over the city. 8 The vision of Ihe cherubims.

XI. 1 The presumption of the princes. 4 1 heir sin and judgment. 13 Ezekiel complaining, (iod shews him his purpose in saving a remnant, 21 and punishing the wicked. 22 1 he glory of God leaves the city. 24 Ezekiel is returned to the captivity.

XII. 1 ihe type of Ezekiel's removing. R It shewed the captivity of Zedekiah. 17 Ezekiel's trembling shews the Jews' desolation. 21 I he Jews' presumptuous proverb is reproved. 26 The speediness of the vision.

XIII. 1 Ihe reproof of lying prophets, 10 and their untempered mortar. 17 Of prophetesses and their nillows.

XIV. 1 God answers idolaters according to their own heart. 6 They are exhorted to repent, for fearof juiigments, by meansof seduced prophets. 17 God's irrevocable sentence of famine, 15 of some noisome beasts, 17 of the sword, 19 and of pestilence. 22 A remnant shall be reserved for the example of others.

XV. I By the unfitness of the vine-branch for any work, 16 is shewn the rejection of Jerusalem.

Xyi. 1 Under the similitude ofa wretched infant, is sliewnthe natural state of Jerusalem. 6 God's extraonlinary love towards her. 15 Her mon- strous whoredom. .35 Her grievous ju

XVII. 1 Underthe parable oftwo eagles and a vine, 11 is shewn God's judgment upon Jerusalem for revolting from Babylon to Egypt. 22 God pio- miseth to plant the cellar of the gospel.

XVIII. 1 (,o

XIX. 1 A lamentation for the princes of Israel, umler the parable of lion's yhelps taken in a pit,

10 and for Jerusalem, under the parable ofa wasted vine.

XX. 1 GcmI refuses to be consulted by the elders of Israel. 5 He shews the story of their rebellions in Egypt, 10 in the wilderness, 27 and in the land. ,33 He promises to gather them by llie gospel. 45 Under the name of a forest, lie shews the destruction of Jerusalem.

XXI. 1 Ezekiel prophesies against Jerusalem, with a sign of sighing. 8 The sharp and bright sword, 18 against Jerusalem, 25 against the kingdom, 28 and against the Ammonites.

X.XII, 1 A catalogue of sins in Jerusalem. 13 God- will burn them as dross in his furnace. 23 i he general corruption of prophets, priests, princes, and people.

XXIII. 1 The whoredoms of Aholah and Aholi- bah. 22 Aholibah is to be plagued by her lovers. M'l The prophet reproves the adultciies of them both, 45 and shews their judgments.

XXI V. I Under the parable of a boiling pot, 6 is shewn the irrevocable destruction of Jerusalem. 15 By the sign of Ezekiel not mourning' for the death of his wife, 19 is shewn the calamity of the Jews to be beyond all sorrow.

XW. 1 God's vengeance for their insolence against the Jews, upon Ihe Ammonites. 8 Upon Moaband Seir, 12 Upon Edom. 15 And upon Hie Philistines.

XXVI. 1 Tyrus, for insulting against Jerusalem, is threatened. 7 Ihe jrower of Ivebiichadrezzar against her. 15 The mouming and astonishment of the sea at her fall.

XXVII. 1 The rich supply of Tyrus. 26Thegreat and irrecoverable fall thereof.

XXVI 11.1 God's judgment upon the prince of Ty- rus, for his sacrilegious pride. 11 A lamentation, of his great glory conupled by sin. 20 The judg- ment of Zidon. 24 The restoration of Israel.

XXIX. The judgment of Pharaoh, for bis trea- chery to Israel. 8 The desolation of Egypt. 12 'ihe restoration thereof, after forty years. 17

Egypt the reward of Nebuchadrezzar. 21 IS' rael shall be restored.

XXX. 1 J'he desolation of Eg3-pt and her help- ers. 20 The arm of Babylon shall be strength- ened to break the arm of Egypt.

XXXI. 1 A relation unto Pharaoh. 3 of Ihe glory of Assyria, 10 and the fall thereof, for pride. 18 The like destruction of Egypt.

XXXII. 1 A lamentation for the fearful fall ot Egypt. 11 The sword of Babylon shall destroy it. 17 It shall be brought down to bell, among all the uncircumcised nations.

XXXIII. 1 Accordingtotheduty of a watchman, in warning the people, 7 Ezekiel is admonisliP(l of his duty. 20 God shews the justice of his ways towards the penitent, and levolteis. 17 He maintains his justice. 21 U|x)n the news ot the taking of Jerusalem, he prophesies the deso- lation of the land. .30 God's judgmeut upon the mixkers of the prophets.

XXXIV. 1 A reproof of the shepherds. 7 God's judgment against them. 11 His providence for his flock. 20 1 he kingdom of (Christ.

XXXV. 1 The judgment of mount Seir, for their haired of Israel.

XXXVM. 1 The land of Israel is comforted, both by ^destruction of the heatlien, who spitefully used it, 8 and by the blessings of God promised unto it. 16 Israel was rejected for their sin, 11 and shall be restored without their desert. 25 'Ihe blessings of Christ's kingdom.

XXXVII. 1 By the resurrection of dry bones, 11 the dead hope of Israel revived. 15 By the unit- ing oftwo sticks, 18 is shewn the incorporation of Israel into Judah. 20 The promises of Christ's kingdom.

XXXVIII. 1 The army, 8 and malice of Gog. 14 God's judgment against him.

XXXIa. 1 God's judgment uiion Gog. 8 Israel's victory. 11 Gogs burial in Hamon-gog. 17, The feast of the fowls. 23 Israel having been plagued for their sins, shall be gathered agaiu with eternal favour.

XL. 1 The time, manner, and end of the vision. 6 The description of the east gate, 20 of the north gate, 24 of the south gate, .32 of the east gale. .35 ami of the north gate. .39 Eisht tables. 44 The chambers. 48 Ihe porch of the house.

XLI. The measures, parts, chambers, and orna- ments of the temple.

XLII. 1 The chambers forthe priests. 13 The use thereof. 19 The measures ot the outward court.

XLI II. iThe returning of the glory of God into the temple. 7 The sin ot Israel hindered Gcxl's pre sence. 10 The prophet exhorts them to repentance, and observation of the law of Ihe house. 13 Ibe measures, 18 and the ordinances of the altar.

XLI V. 1 1 he east gate assigned only to Ihe prince. 4 Ihe priests reproved for polluting of the sane tuary . 9 Idolaters incapable of the priest's olttce. 15 The sons of Zadok are accepted thereto. I7 Ordinances for the priests.

XLV. 1 The portion of land for the sanctuary, 6 for the city, 7 and for the prince. 9 Ordinances for the prince.

XLVI. 1 Ordinances for the prince in his worship, 9 and for the people. 16 An order for the prince s inheritance. 19 Ihe courts for boiling and baking.

XLVI I. 1 The vision of the holy waters. 6 The virtue ot them. 13 1 he borders of the land. 22 The division of it by lot.

XLVIII. 1, 23 The portions of the twelve tribes, 8 of the sanctuary, 15 of the city and suburbs, 21 and of the prince. 30 'Hie dimensions and uates of the city.


I. Jehoiakim's captivity. 3 Ashpenaz takes Da- niel, Hananiah, .Mishael, and Azariah. 8 'J'hey refusing the king's portion,

II. 1 Nebuchadnezzar forgetting his dream, re- quires it of the Chaldeans, by promises and threatenings. 10 Ihey owning their inability, are judged to die. 14 Daniel obtaining some respite, finds the dream. 19 He blesses (iod. 24 Me staying the decree, is brouuht to the king. 31 Thedream. 36 I he interpretation. 46 Daniel's advancement.

III. 1 Nebuchadnezzar dedicates a golden image in Dura. 8 Shadrach, Meshach, and At>ed-nei:o are accused for not worshipping Ihe image. 13 'J hey being threatened, make a good coutrssion. 19 God delivers them out of the furnace. 20 Ne- bucliadnezzar, seeing the miracle, blesses G(kI.

IV. 1 Nebuchadnezzar confesses God's kingdom, 4 relates his dream, which the magicians could not interpret. 8 Daniel bears Ihe dream. 19. He interprets it. 28 1 he story of the event.

V. Belshazzar's impious feast. 6 A hand-writiagr, imknown to Ihe magicians, troubles Ihe king, to By advit-e of the queen, Daniel is brom-ht. 17 He reiJi'oving the king of pride and idolatry, 25 reads and interprets the writing. 30 Ihe ino- narcli\\\\- is translated to Ihe Me

VI. 1 Daniel is made chief of Ihe presidents. 4 'J hey conspiring aeainst him, obtain an iilolairoiis decree. 10 Daniel accused of the breach thereof, is cast into the lions'

VII. 1 Daniel's vision of four beasts. 9 Of God's kingdom. 15 I he interpretation thereof.

VIII. 1 Daniel's vision of the ram and he-goat. 1.3 The two thousand three hundieil days of sacrifice. 15 Gabriel comforts Daniel, and interprets the vision.

IX. 1 Daniel considering thetimeofthecaptivKv, 3 makes confession of sins, 16 and prays for the restoration of Jerusalem. 20 Gabriel intbriii3 bini of tb« seventy weeks.



jf . 1 T)aniel having luimbUd himself, sees a vision. 10 Beinx troubled with tear, he is comforted by the angel.

XI. 1 The overthrow of Persia by the kinif of Grecia. 5 Leagues and conflicts between (he kings of the south and of the north. 30 The invasion and tyranny of the Romans.

XII. 1 Michael shall deliver Israel from their troubles. 5 Daniel is informed of the times.


I. Hosea, to shew God's judgment for spiritual whoredom, takes Gomer, 4 and hath by her Jez- reel, 6 Lo-ruhamah, 8 and Lo-ammi. 10 The restoration of J udah and Israel.

II. 1 The idolatry of the people. 6 God's judg- ments against them. 14 His promises of recon- ciliation with them.

III. 1 By the expiation of an adulteress, 4 is shewn the aesolation of Israel before their restoration.

IV. 1 God's judgments against the sins of the people, fi and of the priests, 12 ami against their idolatry. 15 Judah is exhorted to take ■warning by Israel's calamity.

v. 1 God's judgments against the priests, the people, and the princes of Israel, for their mani- fold sins, 15 until they repent.

VI. 1 An exhortation to repentance. 4 A complaint of their untowardness and iniquity.

VII. 1 A reproof of manifold sins. 11 God's wrath against them for their hypocrisy.

VII I. 1, 12 Destruction is threatened for their im- piety and idolatry.

IX. 1 The distress and captivity of Israel for their sins and idolatry.

X. Israel is reproved and threatened for their impiety and idolatry.

XI. 1 llie imrratitude of Israel unto God for his benefits. 5 His judgment. 8 God's mercy to Ihem.

XII. t A reproof of Ephraim, Judah, and Jacob. 3 By former favours he exhorts to repentance. 7 Ephraim's sins provoke God.

XIII. 1 Ephraim's glory, by reason of idolatry, vanisheth. 5 God's anger for their unkindness. 9 A promise of God's mercy. 15 A judgment for rebellion.

XIV. 1 An exhortation to repentance. 4A promise of God's blessing.


I. Joel declaring sundry judgments of God, ex- horts to observe them, 8 and to mourn. 14 He prescribes a fast for complaint.

II. 1 He shews unto Zion the terribleness of God's judgment. 12 He exhorts to repentance, 15 prescribes a fast, 18 promises a blessing there- on. 21 He comforteth Zion with present, 28 and future blessings.

III. 1 God's judgments against the enemies of his people. 9 God will be known in his judgment. 18 His blessing upon the church.


I. Amos shews God's judgment upon Syria, 6 upon the Philistines, 9 upon Tyrus, 11 upon Edom, 1.3 upon Amnion.

II. 1 God's wrath against Moab, 4 upon Judah, 6 and upon Israel. 9 God complains of their unthankfulness.

III. 1 The necessity of God's judgment against Israel. 9 The publication of it, with the causes thereof.

IV. 1 He reproves Israel for oppression, 4 for idolaft-y, 6 and for their incorrigibleness.

V. 1 A lamentation for Israel. 4 An exliortation to repentance. 21 God rejects their hypocritical service.

VI. 1 The wantonness of Israel, 7 shall be plagued with desolation, 12 and their incorrigibleness.

VII. 1 The judgments of the grasshoppers, 4 and of the fire, are diverted by the prayer of Amos. 7 By the wall of a plumb-line, is signified the rejection of Israel. 10 Amaziah complains of Amos. 14 Amos ^ews his calling, 16 and Ama- ziah's judgment.

VIII. 1 By a basket of summer fruit, isshewnthe propinquity of Israel's end. 4 Oppression is re- broved. 11 A famine of the word threatened.

Ia. 1 The certainty of the desolation. 11 The re- storing of tlie tabernacle of David.


1 The destruction of Edom, 3 for their pride. 10 and for their wrong unto Jacob. 17 The salva- tion and victory of Jacob.


I. Jonah sent to Kineveh, flees to Tarshisb. 4 He is bewrayed by a tempest, 11 thrown into the sea, 17 and swallowed by a fish.

II. 1 The prayer of Jonah. 10 He is delivered from the fish.

III. 1 Jonah sent again, preaches to the Ninevites. 5 Upon their repentance, 10 God repents.

IV. 1 Jonah repining at God's mercy, 4 is reproved by the type of a gourd.


I. Micah shews the wrath of God against Jacob for idolatry. 10 He exhorts to mourning.

II. 1 Against oppression. 4 A lamentation. 7 A reproof of injustice and idolatry. 12 A promise of restoring Jacob.

III. 1 The cruelty of the princes. 5The falsehood of the prophets. 8 The security of them both.

IV. I The glory, .3 peace, 8 kingdom, 11 and vic- tory of the church.

V. 1 The birth of Christ. 4 His kingdom. 8 His conquest.

VI. 1 God's controversy for unkindness, 6 for ignorance, 10 for injustice, 16 and for idolatry'.

vn. 1 The church complaining of her small num- ber, 3 and the general corruption, 5 puts her confidence not in man, but in God. 8 She tri- umphs over her enemies. 14 God comforts her by promises, 16 by confusion of tlie enemies, 18 and by his mercies,


I. God's majesty, in goodness to his people, and severity against his enemies.

II. 1 The fearful and victorious armies of God against Nineveh.

III. 1 The miserable ruin of Nineveh.


I. Unto Habakkuk, complaining of (he iniquity of the land, 5 is shewn the fearful vengeance by the Chaldeans. 12 He complains, that vengeance should be executed by them who are far worse.

II. 1 To Habakkuk, waiting for an answer, is shewn that he must wait in faith. 5 The judg- ment upon the Chaldeans for unsatiableness, 9 for covetousness, 12 for cruelty, 15 for drunken- ness, 18 and for idolatry.

III. 1 Habakkuk, in his prayer, trembles at God's majesty. 17 I'he confidence of faith.


I. God's severe judgment against Judah for divers sins.

II. 1 An exhortation to repentance. 4 The judg- ment of the Philistines, 8 of Moab and Ammon, 12 Ethiopia and Assyria.

III. 1 A sharp reproof of Jerusalem for divers sins. 8 An exhortation to wait for the restoration of Israel, 14 and to rejoice for their salvation by God.


I. Haggai reproves the people for neglecting th« building of the house. 7 He incites them to the building. 12 He promises God's assistance to them being forward.

II. 1 He encourages the people to the work, by pro- mise of greater glory to the second temple, than was in the first. 10 In the type of the holy things and unclean, he shews their sins hindered the work. 20 God's promise to Zerubbabel.

ZECHARIAH. X. Zechariah exhorts to repentance. 7 The vision of the horses. 12 At the prayer of the angel, comfortable promises are made to Jerusalem, la The vision of tlie four boms, and the four car- penters.

II. 1 God in the care of Jerusalem sends to mea- sure it. 6 The redemption of Zion. 10 The pro- mise of God's presence.

III. I Under the type of Joshua, the restoration of the church is promised. 18 Christ the Branch foretold.

IV. 1 By the golden candlestick is foreshewn the good success of Zerubbabel's foundation. 11 By the two olive-trees, the two anointed ones.

V. 1 By the Hying roll, is shewn the curse of thieves and swearers. 5 By a woman pressed in an ephah, the final damnation of Babylon.

VI. 1 The vision of the four chariots. 9 Bv (he crowns of Joshua is shewn the temple and king- dom of Christ the Branch.

VII. 1 The captives inquire of fasting. 4 Zecha- riah reproves their tasting. 8 Sin the cause of their captivity.

VIII. 1 The restoration of Jerusalem. 9 They are encouraged to the building by Gofl's favour to them. 16 Good works are required of them. 18 Joy and enlargement are promised.

IX. 1 God defends his church. 9 Zion is exhorted to rejoice for the coming.of Christ, and his peace- able kingdom. 12 God's promisesof victory and defence.

X. 1 God is to be sought unto, and not idols. 5 As he visited his flock for sin, so he will save and restore them.

XI. 1 The destruction of .Jerusalem. 3 The elect being cared for, the rest are rejected. 10 llie staves of Beauty and Bands broken by the re- jection of Christ. 15 The type and curse of a foolish shepherd.

XII. 1 Jerusalem acup of trembling to herself, and a burdensome stone to her adversaries. 6 The victorious restoring of Judah. 9 The repentance of Jerusalem.

XIII. 1 The fountain of purgation for Jerusalem, 2 from idolatry, and false prophecy. 7 J he death of Christ, and the trial of a third part.

XIV. 1 The destroyers of Jerusalem destroyed. 4 The comini of Christ, and the graces of his kins- dom. 12 The plague of Jerusalem's enemies. 16 The remnant shall turn to tlie Lord, 20 and their spoils shall be holy.


I. Malachi complains of Israel's unkindness, 6 of tlieir irreligiousness, 12 and profaneness.

II. 1 He sharply reproves the priests for neglecting their covenant, 11 and the people for idolatry, 14 for adultery, 17 and for infidelity.

III. 1 Of the messenger, majesty, and grace of Christ. 7 Of the rebellion, 8sacnlege, 13 and in- fidelity of the people. 16 The promise of blessing to (hem that fear God.

IV. 1 God's judgment on the wicked, 2 and hi* blessing on the good. 4 He exhorts to the study of the law, 5 and tells of Elijah's coming, and oSice.








ST. MATTHEW. 1 GENEALOGY of Christ from Abraliam to Joseph. l!i He ivas conceived by the Holy Ghost, and bornofthe Virgin Mary, whenshe was espoused to Joseph. 19 The angel satisrteth the niisdeeniing thouiihts of Joseph, and mterpretelh the names of Christ.

II. 1 The wise men from the east are directed to Christ by a star : 11 they worship him, and offer their presents. 14 Joseph fleeth into Esypt, with Jesus and his mother. 16 Herod slaveth the children. CO Himself

III. 1 John prearheth : his ofhce, life, and baptism. 7 He reprehendeth the Pharisees, 13 and baptiz- etli Christ in Jordan,

IV. 1 Christ fasteth, and istempted. 11 The angels minister unlohim. l:iHed\\\\velleth in Capernaum, 17 beyinneth to preach, 18 CHllHtli Peter and An- drew, 21 James and John, '-'3 and healeth all the diseased,

V. 1 Christ beginneth his sermon in the mount: 3 declaring who are blessed. 13 who are the salt of the earth, 14 the light ot the world, the citv on an hill : 15 the candle : 17 that he came to fiilt;! the law. 21 What it is to kill, 27 to commit ad niter v, 33 to swear: .38 exhorteth to suffer wrong, 44 to love our enemies, 48 and to hibour after perfectness.

VI. 1 Christ continueth his sermon in the mount, speakmg of aim',, 5 prayer, 14 forgiving our brethren, 16 fasting, 1'.) w'here our treasure is to be laid up, 24 of serving Cod and mammon : 25 exhorteth not to be careful for worldly things; 33 but to seek God's kiniidom.

VII. 1 Christ endeth his sermon in the mount, re- proveth rash judt;ment, 6 forbiddeth to cast holy tilings to dogs, 7 exhorteth to prayer, 13 to enter in at the strait gate, 15 to beware of false prophets. 21 not to be hearers, but doers of the woni : 24 like houses built on a rock. 2ti and not on the sand.

VIII. 2 Christ cleanseth the leper. 5 healeth the centurion's servant, 14 Peter's mother-in-law, ifi and many other diseased : 18 shews how he is to be followed : 23 slilleth the tempest at sea, 28 driveth the devils out of two men possessed, 31 and suflFeretli them to go into the swine,

IX. 2 Christ curing one sick of the palsv, Q calls Matthew from the receipt of custom, ureatswilh publicans and sinners, 14 defends his disciples tor not tasting, 20 cmeth the tiloodv issue, 23 rai«elh Jairus'sdaughter,27Kivetlisight"totwoblindmen, .32 heals a dumb man possessed of a devil, 30 and hath compassion on the multitude.

X. 1 Christ sends out his twelve apostles with power to do miracles, S'.dveth them their charge, teaches, 16 and comforts them against persecutions, 40 and' liriiuiises a blessing to those that receive them.

XI. 2 .lolin sends his disciples to Christ. 7 Christ's testimony concerning John. 18 1 he opinion of the people, both concerning Jolm and Christ. 20 Christ upbraids the ingratitude and impenitence of Chorazin, Bethsaida, and Capernaum : C.i and praising his Father's wisdom in revealing the gospel to the simple, 28 he calls to him all such as leel the burden of their sins.

XII. 1 Christ reproves the of the Phari- sees concerning the breach of the sabbath. 3 hy Scripture, 10 by reason, 13 and by a mirat le. 22 He hcaletii the man possessed that was blind and dumb, 13 Blasphemy against the llolv Ghost shall never be forgicen. .36 Account shafi l>e made of idle words. :«1 He rebuketh the untaithful, who seek altera sign, 49 and shews who is his brotlitr, sister, and mother.

XIII. 3 The parable of the sower and the .seed : 18 the exposition of it. 24 1 he parable of the tares, 31 of the mustard-seed, .■i3 of the leaven, 44 of the hidden treasure, 45 of the pearl, 47 of the

XIV. 1 Herod'sopinionofChrist. "Wherefore John Baptist w as beheaded, 13 Jesus departetli into a desert pla

XV. 3 Chiist reproves the scribes and Pharisees for transgressing God's commandments throus;h their own traiiitiins ; 11 teaches how that which goetli into the mouth doth not delile a man. 21 He heal- eth the daughter of the woman of Canaan, .30 and other great multitudes : 32 and with seven loaves and a few little fishes feedeth tour thousand men, besides women and children.

XVI. 1 The Pharisees require a sign. 6Jesuswarns his disciples of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees. 13 The i)eople's opinion of Chri'~t, 16 and Peter's confession of him. 21 Jesusforeshew- eth his death, 23 reprovins: Peter for dissuading him from it, 24 and admonishes those that will follow him to bear the cross.

XVII. ri'he transfiguration of Christ. 14nplieals the lunatic, 22 foretells his own passion, 24 and pays tribute.

XVl'II. 1 Christ warns his disciples to be humble and harmless, 7 to avoid oft'ences, and not to de- spise the little ones : 15 teaches how we are to deal with our brethren when they offend us, 21 ami how oft to forgive Ihem ; 23" which he sets forth by a parable of the kins, that took account of his servants, .•i2 and punished him w ho shewed no mercv to his fellow.

XIX. 2 Christ heals the sick: 3answersthe Phari- seesconcerninsdivorcement : lOshews "henmar- riaije is necessary : 13 receives little children : 16 instructs theyounirmanhow to attain eternal life, 20 and how to be perfect : 23telleth lifs tlisciples how- hard it is for a rich man to enter into the kiiiizdomof God : 27 and promises reward to those that forsake any thing to follow him.

XX. 1 Christ by' the similitude of the labourers in the vineyardi shews that God is (iclitor to no man : 17 foretells his passion : CO by answerini; tlie mother of /ebedee's children, teaches Ins

X.\\\\l. 1 Christridesinto Jerusalem uponan ass : 12 drives the buyers and sellers out of the temple : 17 curses the tii;-tree : 23 silences the priests and elders, 28 anci rebuketh them by the similitude of the two sons, 33 and the husbandmen who slew- such as were sent unto theiu.

XXII. 1 Tlie parable of the marriage of the king's son. 9 The vocation of the Gentiles. 12 Ihe punishment of him that wanted the wedding gar- ment. 15 Tribute ou^dit to be paid to Ca'sar. 23 Christ confutes the Sadducees concerning' the re- surrection : 34 answers the lawyer, whiih is the preat commandment : 41 and poseth the Phari- sees about the Messias.

X.XIII. 1 Christ admonishes the people to follow the L'ood doctrine, not the evil examples, of the iScrihes and Pharisees : Shis disc iples must be- ware of their ambition. 13 He demnmces eight woes against their hypocrisy and blindness ; .34 and foretells the destruction of Jerusalem.

XXIV. 1 Chiist foretells the destrnclion of the tem- ple. 3 What and how great calamities shall be betore it. 29 I be si!;ns of his coming to jud^'- ment : .■i6 and because that

XAV. 1 The parable of the ten virgins, 14 and of the talents. 31 Also the description of the last judgment.

XXVI. 1 The -ulers conspire against Chiist. 7 The ■woman anoints his head. 14 Judas sells him. 17 Christ eats tt'.e passover : 26 institutes his holy sup- per: 36 priy* in the garden; 47 and, btiuK be-

trayed with a kiss, 5* is carried to Caiaphas, 69 and denied of Peter.

XXVI 1. 1 Christ is delivered bound to Pilate. 5 Judas hangs himself. 19 Pilate admonished of his wife, 24 washeth his hands, 26 and |.>o>eth Barahbas. 29 Christ is crowned with thorns, :\\\\C crucitied, 40 revile

XXVI U. 1 Christ's resurrection is declared by an angel to the women. 9 He himself appears to them. U The hiah priests give the soldiers money to say that he was stolen outnt his sepul- chre. 16 Christ appears to his disciples ; 19 and sends them to baptize and teach all nations.


I. Office of John Baptist. 9 Jesus is baptized. 12 tempted : 14 he preacheth : 16 calls Peter. Aii- drew, James, and John : 23 heals one that had a devil, 29 Peter's nmther-in law, ,32 many dis- eased persons, 41 and cleanseth a leper.

II. 3 Christ heals

III. 1 Christ heals the withered hand, 10 and many other inhrmities: 11 rebukes the unclean spirits : 13 chooses his twelve apostles : 22 con- vinces the blasphemy of casting out devds by Beelzebub: 31 and shews who are his bi other, sister, and mother.

IV. 1 llie parable of the sower, 14 and the mean- ing thereof. 21 We nmst communi0 and of tiie 'nustard seeil. .•>5 Christ stills the ttinp.est on Ihe sea.

V. 1 Christ deliverini: the possessed of the le^'ion of devils. i:i they enter into th.e swine. 25 He heals the woman of a bloodv issue, ,35 and rais- eth from lieath Jairus's daughter.

VI. 1 Christ is contemned of his countrymen. 7 He ::ives the twelve power over unclean spirits. 14 nivers opinions of Christ. 18 .lohn Baptist is 'beheaded, 29 and buried. ,30 Tl.e apostles return from preaching. 34 The miracle of five loaves an.t two hshes. 48 Christ walks on the sea : 53 and heals all that touch him.

VII. 1 Ihe Pharisees fmd fault at the disciples for eatimr with unwashen hands. 8 I'hey break ths commandment of God bv the traditions of men. 14 Meat lietileth not Ihe man. 24 He healeth the Svrophttnician woman's daughter of an unclenu spirit, 31 and one that was deaf, and stammered in his speech.

VIII. i Christ feeds the people miraculously : 10 refuseth to gi\\\\e a sign to the Pharisees: 14 ad- monishes his disciples to beware of the le iveu uf the Pharisees, and of Ihe leaven of Hero.l : 22 gives a blind man his siaht : 17 acknow ledgeth that he is the Christ, who shoulil suffer and lise aaain : 34 and exhorts to patience in persecution, tor the profession of the gospel.

IX. 2 Jesus IS transfigured. 11 He instructelh his disciples concermug the coming' of Klias : 13 c:istelh lorth a dumb ami deaf spirit : .30 t'ore- telleth Ills de.ilh and resurrection : 33 exhorts his diM-iples to humility : .38 bids them not to pro- hibil such as be not "against them, nor to give of- fence to aiiv of the faitluul.

X. 2 Christ disputes with the Pharisees touchins divorcement: 13 blesseth the children that are brought to him : 17 lesulvelli a rich man bow he mav inherit lite everlasting : 23 tells hisdisciples of the dansier of riches : 28 promises rewards to them that forsake any thing for the gosiiel : .32 foretells his death and resurrection : :t5 bids the two ambitious suitors to think rather of sulfering with him : 46 and restores to Bartimeus hissisht.

XI. Christ rides with triumph into Jerusalem: 12 curses the fruitless tig-tree : 15 purges tb4



temple; 20 exhorfs his disciples to sfedfastness of faith, and to forgive their enemies ; 27 and defends the lawfulness of his actions, by the witness of John, who was a man sent of God.

XII. 1 In a parable of the vineyard let out to un- thankful husbandmen, Christ foretelleth the re- probation of the Jews, and the calliiiR of the Gen- tiles. 1.3 He avoids the snare of the Pharisees and Ilerodians about paying tribute to Caesar : IScon- vinces the error of the Sadducees, who denied the resurrection : 28 resolves the scribe who question- ed of the first commandment : S.^ refutes the opin- ion that the scribes held of Christ: 38 bidding the people to beware of their ambition and hypo- crisy : 41 and commends the poor widow for her two mites, above all.

XIII. 1 Christ foretells the destruction of the tem- ple : 9 the persecutions for the gospel : 10 that the gospel must be preached to all nations: 14 that great calamities shall happen to the Jews : 24 and the manner of his coining to judgment. 32 The hour whereof being known to none, every man is to watch and pray, that we be not found unprovided, when he cometh to each one parti- cularly by death.

XIV. 1 A conspiracy against Christ. 3 Precious ointment is poured on his head by a woman. 10 Judas sells his master for money. 12 Christ him- self foretells how he shall be betrayed of one of hisdisciples : 22 after the passover prepared, and eaten, institutes his supper : 26 foretells the flight of all his disciples, and Peter's denial. 4.3 Judas betrayeth him with a kiss. 46 He is apprehended in the garden, 55 falsely accused, and impiously condemned of the Jews' council, 65 shamefully abused by them, 6fi ami thrice denied of Peter.

XV. 1 Jesus brought bound, and accused before Pilate. 15 Upon the clamour of the common peo- ple, the murderer Barabhas is loosed, and Jesus delivered up to be crucified. 17 He is crowned with thorns, 19 spit on, and mocked: 21 faint- elh in bearing his cross : 27 hangeth between two thieves : 29 snffereth the triumphing re- proaches of the Jews : 39 but confessed by the centurion to be the Son of God : 43 and is honour- ably buried by Joseph.

XVI. 1 Anangel declares the resurrection of Christ to three women. 9 Christ himself appears to Mary Magdalene : 12 to two going into the country : 14 then to the apostles, 15 whom he sendeth forth to preach the gospel : 19 and as- cends into heaven.


I. The preface of Luke to his whole gospel. 5 The conception of John Raptist, 26 and of Christ. .39 The prophecy of FJisabeth, and of Mary, con- cerning Christ. 57 The nativity and circumcision of John. 67 The prophecy of Zacharias, both of Christ, 76 and of John.

II. 1 Augustustaxeth all the Rornan empire. 6The nativity of Christ. 8 One angel relateth it to tlie shepherds : 1.3 many sing praises to God for it. 21 Christ is circumcised. 22 Mary purified. 28 Si- meon and Anna prophesy of Christ : 40 who in- creaseth in wisdom, 46 questioneth in the temple ■with the doctors, 51 and is obedient to his pa- rents.

II I. 1 The preaching and baptism of John. 15 His testimony of Christ. 20 Herod imprisoneth John. 21 Christ baptized, receives testimony from hea- ven. 23 The age and genealogy of Christ, from Joseph upwards.

IV. 1 i'he temptation and fasting of Christ. 13 He overcomes the devil : 14 begins to preach. 16 The

feople of Nazareth admire his gracious words. .33 le cures one possessed of a devil, ,38 Peter's mo- ther-in-law, 40 and divers other sick persons. 41 The devils acknowledge Christ, and are repioved for it. 43 He preaches through the cities.

V. 1 Christ teaches the people out of Peter's ship : 4 in a miraculous taking of fishes, shews how ne will make him and his partners fishers of men : 12 cleanseth the leper: 16 prays in the wilderness : 18 heals one sick of the palsy : 27 calls Matthew the publican : 29 eats with sinners, as being the physician of souls ; 34 foretells the fastings and atiiictions of the apostles after his ascension : .36 and likens faint-hearted and weak disciples to worn garments and old bottles.

VI. 1 Christ reproves the Pharisees' blindness about the observation of the sabtiath, by scripture, rea- son, and miracle : ISchooseth twelve apostles : 17 heals the diseased : 20 preacheth to his disciples before the people, of blessings and curses ; 27 how ■we must love our enemies ; 46 and join the obe- dience of good works to the hearing of the word, lest in the evil day of temptation we fall like an house built upon the face of the earth without any foundation.

VII. 1 Christ finds a greater faith in the centurion, a Gentile, than in any of the Jews: 10 heals his servant being absent : 1 1 raiseth from death the widow's son at Nain : 19 answers John's messen- gers with the declaration of his miracles : 24 tes- tifies to the people what opinion he held of John : .30 inveighs against the Jews, who with neither the manners of John nor of Jesus could be won : .36 and shews by occasion of Mary Magdalene how he is a friend of sinners, not to maintain them in sins, but to forgive them their sins upon their faith and repentance.

VI II. 1 Women minister to Christ of their sub- stance. 4 Christ, after he had preached from place to place, attended with his apostles, pro- pounds the parable of the sower, 16 and of the candle: 21 declares who are his mother and brethren : 22 rebukes the wind : 26 casteth the legion of devils out of the man, into the herd of swine : 37 is rejected of the Gadarenes : 43 heals the woman of her bloody issue : 49 and raises

. froai death Jairus's daugliter.


IX. 1 Christ sends his apostles to work miracles, and to preach. 7 Herod desireth to see Christ.

17 Christ feeds five thousand : 18 inquireth what opinion the world had of him : 21 foretells his passion : 23 proposes to all the pattern of his pa- tience. 28 The transfiguration. .37 He heals the lunatic: 43 again forewarns his disciples of his passion : 46 commends humility : 51 bids them to shew mihiness towai'ds all, without desire of revenge. 57 Divers would follow him but upon conditions.

X. 1 Christ sends out at once seventy disciples to work miracles, and to preach : 17 adnionishes them to be humble, and wherein to rejoice : 21 thanks his Father for his grace : 23 magnifies the happy estate of his church : 25 teaches the lawyer what the law requires to attain eternal life, anil to take every one for his neighbour, that neeiieth his mercy. 41 Reprehends Martha, and commends Mary her sister.

XI. 1 Christ teaches to pray, and that instantly : 11 assuring that God so will give us good thiugs. 14 He casting out a dumb devil, rebukes the blasphemous Pharisees ; 28 shews who are bless- ed : 29 preaches to the people, .37 and repre- hends the outward shew of holiness in the Pha- risees, scribes, and lawyers.

XII. 1 Christ preaches to his disciples to avoid hy- pocrisy, and tearfulness in publishing his doctrine: 13 warns the people to beware of covetousness, by the parable of the rich man, who set up greater barns. 22 Take no thought for your lite.; 31 but seek Jhe kingdom of God, 33 give alms, .36 be ready at a knock to open to our Lord, whensoever hecometh. 41 Christ'sministersare tosee totheir charge, 49 and look for persecution. 54 Take this time of grace, 58 because it is a fearful thing to die without reconciliation.

XI I I. 1 Christ preacheth repentance upon the pun- ishment of the Galileans, and others. 6 The fruit- less fig-tree may not stand. 11 He healeth the crooked woman : 18 shews the powerful working of the word in the hearts of his chosen, by the parable of the grain of mustard-seed, and of leaven : 24 exhorts to enter in at the strait gate,

31 and reproveth Herod and Jerusalem.

XIV. 2 Christ heals the dropsy on the sabbath : 7 teaches humility : 12 to feast the poor : 16 Under the parable of the great supper, sheweth how worldly-minded men, who contemn the word of God, shall be shut out of heaven. 25 Those who will be his disciples, to bear their cross, are ad- vised to count the cost, lest with shame they revolt from him afterward, 34 and become altogether unprofitable, like salt that has lost its savour.

XV. 1 The parable of the lost sheep ; 8 of the piece of silver ; 11 of the prodigal son.

XVI. 1 The parable of the unjust steward. 14 Christ reproves the hypocrisy of the covetous Pha- risees. 19 Dives and Lazarus.

XVII. 1 Christ teaches to avoid occasion of ofl^'ence. 3 One to forgive another. 6 The power of faith. 7 How we are bound to God, and not he to us. 1 1 He heals ten lepers. 22 Of the kingdom of God, and the coming of the Son of man.

XVIII. 1 Of the importunate widow: 9 of the Pha- risee and publican. ISChildrenbrouahttoChrist.

18 A ruler that would follow Christ, but is liin- dere

XIX. 1 Of Zaccheus a publican. 11 The ten pieces of money. 28 Christ rides into Jerusalem with triumph ; 41 weeps over it : 45 drives the buyers and sellers out of the temple : 47 teaching daily in it. i he rulers would have destroyed him, but for fear of the people.

XX. 1 Christ asserts his authority by a question of John's baptism. 9 The parable of the vineyard.

19 Of giving tribute to Caesar. 27 He convinces the Sadducees that denied the resurrection. 41 How Christ is the son of David : 45 He warns his disciples to beware of the scribes.

X,\\\\I. 1 Christ commends the poor widow. 5 He foretells the destruction of the temple and citv of Jerusalem : 25 the signs also that shall be before the last day. 34 He exhorts them to be watchful.

XXII. 1 The Jews conspire against Christ. .3 Satan prepares Judas to betray him. 7 1 he apostles sent to prepare the passover. 19 Christ institutes his holy supper : 21 covertly foretells of the traitor : 24 dehorts the rest of his apostles from ambition :

32 assures Peter his faith should not fail, 34 and yet he should deny him thrice. .39 He prays on the mount, and sweats blood : 47 is betrayetf with a kiss. 50 He heals Malchus's ear. 54 He is thrice denied of Peter, 63 shamefully abused, 66 and confesses himself to be the Son of God.

XXII I. 1 Jesus is accused before Pilate, and sent to Herod. 8 Herod mocks him. 12 Hero

XXIV. 1 Christ's resurrection is declared bv two angels, to the women that came to the sepulchre. 9'lhese report it to others. 13 Christ himself appears to the two disciples that went to Emmaus. 36 Afterwards he appears to the apostles, and re- proves their unbelief: 47 gives them a charge : 49 promises the Holy Ghost: 51 and so ascends into heaven.


I. The divinity, humanity, and office of Christ. 15 The testimony of John. 38 The calling of An- drew, Peter, &c.

II. 1 Christ turns water info wine, 12 departs into Capernaum, and to Jerusalem, 14 wbere he

purges the temple of buyers and sellers. 19 He foretells his death and resurrection. 23 Many be- lieved because of his miracles, but he would not trust himself with them.

III. 1 Christ teaches Nicodemus the necessity of regeneration : 14 of faith in his death, 16 The great love of God towards the world. 18 Condem- nation for unbelief. 23 The baptism, witness, aud doctrine of John concerning Christ.

IV. 1 Christ talks with a woman of Samaria, and reveals himself unto her. 27 His disciples marvel, 31 He declares to them his zeal to God's glory. .39 Many Samaritans believe on him. 43 Hedeparts into Galilee, and heals the ruler's son that lay sick at Capernaum.

V. 1 Jesus on the sabbath-day cures him that was diseased eight-and-thirty years. 10 The Jews therefore cavil and persecute him for it.

17 He answers for himself, and reproves them, shewing by the testimony of his Father, 32 of John, .36 of his works, 39 and of the Scriptures, who he is.

VI. 1 Christ feedeth five thousand men with five loaves and two fishes. 15 Thereupon the people would have made him king. 16 Butwithdrawmg himself, he walked on the sea to his disciples: So reproves the people Hocking after him, and all the fleshly hearers of his word : .32 declares him- self to be the bread of life to believers. 66 Many disciples depart from him. 68 Peter contesseth him. 70 Judas is a devil.

VII. 1 Jesus reproved the ambition and bohlnessof his kinsmen : 10 goes up from Galilee to the feast of tabernacles: 14 teaches in the temple. 40 Divers opinions of him among the people. 45 The Pharisees are angry that their officers took him not, and chide >i icotfemus for taking his part.

VIII. 1 Christ delivers the woman taken in adul- tery : 12 he preaches himself the light of the world, and justifieth his

IX. 1 The man that was born blind restored to sight. 8 He is brouglit to the Pharisees. 16 1 hey are offended at it, and .34 excommunicate him : 35 but he is received of Jesus, and contesseth him, 39 Who they are whom Christ enlighteneth.

X. 1 Christ is the door and tlie good shepherd : 19 divers opinions of him : 25 he proves, by his works, that he is Christ the Son of God : 39 escapes the Jews, 40 and went again beyond Jordan, where many believed on him.

XI. 1 ClirLst raises Lazarus four days buried. 45 Many Jews believe. 47 The chief priests and Pha- risees gather a council against Christ. 49 Caiaphas prophesies. 54 Jesus hid himself. 55 At the pass- over they inquire after him, and lay wait for him.'

XII. 1 Jesus excuses Mary anointing his feet. 9 The people flock to see Lazarus. 10 ihe chief priests consult to kill him. 12 Christ ridetli into Jerusalem. 20Greeks desire tosee Jesus. 23 He foretells his death. .37 The Jews are generally blinded : 42 yet many chief rulers believe, but not confess him : 44 therefore Jesus calls earnestly for confession of faith.

XIII. 1 Jesus washes the disciples' feet : 14 exhorts them to humility and charity. 18 He foretells ami discovers to John by a token, that Judas sliouU betray him : 31 commands them to \\\\&it one another, 36 and forewarns Peter of his deniaj.

XIV. 1 Christ comforts his disciples with the hope ofheaven: 6 professes himself the way, the truth, and the life ; and one with the Father : 13 assures their prayers in his name to be effectual : 15 re- quests love and obedience : 16 promises the Holy Ghost the Comforter : 27 and leaves his peace with them.

XV. 1 The consolation and mutual love between Christ and his members, under the parable of the vine. 18 A comfort in the hatred and persecution of the world. 26 The office of the Holy Ghost, and of the apostles.

XVI. 1 Christ comforts his disciples against tribu- lation, by the promise of the Holy Ghost, and by his resurrection and ascension ; 23 assures their prayeis made in his name to be acceptable to hi* Father. 33 Peace in Christ, and in the world affliction.

XVl 1. 1 Christ praj's to his Father to glorify him i 6 to preser\\\'e nis apostles, 11 in unity, 17 and truth : 20 to glorify them, and all other believers with him, in heaven.

XVI II. 1 Judas betrays Jesus. 6 The oflScers fr.ll to the ground. 10 Peter smites off Malchus's ear. 12 Jesus is taken and led unto Annas and Caiaphas. 15 Peter's (tenial. 19 Jesus examin- ed before Caiaphas. 28 His arraignment before Pilate. 36 His kingdom. 40 The Jews asic

^^Barabbas to be set loose.

XIX. 1 Christ is scourged, crowned ■with thorns, and beaten. 4 Pilate is desirous to release him, but being overcome with the outrage of the Jews, he delivered him to be crucified. 23 They cast lots for his garments. 26 He commendeth his mother to John. 28 He dieth. 31 His side is pierced. 38 He is buried f)y Joseph and Nicodemus.

XX. 1 Mary comes to the sepulchre : 3 so do Peter and John, ignorant of the resurrection. 11 Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene, 19 and to his disci- ples. 24 The incredulity and confession of Tho- mas. .30 The Scripture is sufficient to salvation.

XXI. 1 Christ appearing again to hisdisciples, was known of them by the great draught of fishes. 12 He dineth with them ; 15 earnestly commandeth Peter to feed his lambs and sheep;

18 foretells him of his death ; 22 rebukes his curiosity touching John. 25 The conclusion.


I. Christ preparing his apostles to behold his

ascension, gathers them together into the mount

Olivet, commands tliein tg expect iu Jerusalem


the sendiae down of tlie IIoI>; Ghost, promises after tew days to send it ; by virtue wliereof they should be witnesses unto him, even to the utmost parts of the earth. 9 After his ascension they are warned by two angels to depart, and to set their minds upon his second coming. 12 I'hey accord- ingly return, and giving tliemselves to prayer, choose Matthias apostle m the place of Judas.

II. 1 The apostles filled with the Holy Ghost, and speaking divers languages, are admired by some, and derided by others. 14 Whom Peter disprov- ing, and shewing that the apostles spake by the power of the Holy Ghost, that Jesus was risen from the dead, ascended into heaven, had poured down the same Holy Ghost, and was the Messias, a man known to them to be approved of God. by his miracles, wonders, and signs, and not crucified without his determinate counsel and foreknow- ledge : 37 he baptizeth a great number that ■were converted, 14 who afterwards devoutly and charitably converse together : the apostles working many miracles, and God daily increas- ing his church.

III. 1 Peter preacheth to the people that came to see a lame man restored to his feet, 12 and pro- fesses the cure not to have been wrought by his or John's own power, or holiness, but by God, and his Son Jesus, and through faith in his name : IS withal reprehending them forcrucifjjing Jesus.

17 Which because they did it through ignorance, and that thereby were fulfilled God's determinate counsel, and the Scriptures, 19 he exhorts them by repentance and faith to seek remission of their sins, and salvation in the same Jesus.

IV. 1 The rulers of the Jews, offended with Peter's sermon, 4 (though thousands of the people were converted that heard the word,) imprison him and John. 5 After, upon examination, Peter boldly avouching the lame man' to be healed by the name of Jesus, and that by the same Jesus only we must be eternally saved, 13 they commanded him and John to preach no more in that name, adding threatenings also. 23 Whereupon the church goes to prayer: 31 and God, by moving the place where they were assembled, testified that tie heard their prayer, confirming the church ■with the gift of the Holy Ghost, and with mutual love and charity.

v. 1 After that Ananias and Sapphira his wife, for their hypocrisy, at Peter's rebuke, had fallen down dead, 12 and that the rest of the apostles had wrought many miracles ; 14 to the increase of the faith: 17 the apostles are again imprison- ed, 19 but delivered by an angel, bidding them to preach openly to all. 21 When, after their teach- ing accordingly in the temple, 29 and before the council, .33 they are in danger to be killed ; through the advice of Gamaliel, a great counsellor among the Jews, they are kept alive, 40 and only beaten : for which they glorify God, and cease no day from preaching.

VI. 1 The apostles, desirous to have the poor regard- ed for their bodily sustenance, as also careful themselves to dispense the word of God, the food of the soul, 3 appoint the office of deaconship to seven chosen men : .38 of whom Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Ghost, is one : 12 who is taken of those whom he confounded in disputing, 13 and falsely accused of blasphemy against the law and the temple.

VII. 1 Stephen permitted to answer to the accusa- tion of blasphemy, 2 shews that Abraham wor- shipped God rightly, and how God chose the

, fathers, 20 before Moses was born, and before the tabernacle and temple were built : .37 that , Moses himself witnessed of Christ : 44 and that . all outward ceremonies were ordained according . to the heavenly pattern, to last but for a time : 51 '•eprehending their rebellion, and murdering of Christ, the Just One, whom the prophets fore- told should come into the world : 54 whereupon they stone him to death ; who commends his soul to Jesus, and humbly prays for them.

VIII. 1 Stephen's burial. 5 The church planted in Samaria, By Philip the deacon, who preached, did miracles, and baptized many, among the rest Simon the sorcerer, a great seducer of the people. 14 Peter and John come to confirm and enlarge the church : where by prayer and imposition of hands giving the- Holy Ghost, 18 when Simon ■would nave bought the like power of them, 20 Peter sharply reproves his hypocrisy and covet- ousQess, and exhorts him to repentance : Peter and John, preaching the word, return to Jeru- salem. 26 The angel sends Philip to teach and baptize the Ethiopian eunuch.

IX. 1 Saul going towards Damascus, 4 is struck down to the earth, 10 is called to the apostleship,

18 and is baptized by Ananias. 20 He preaches Christ boldly. 23 The Jews lay wait to kill him ; 29 so do the Grecians; but he escapes Iwth. 31 The church having rest, Peter heals iEneasofthe palsy, 36 and restores Tabitha to life.

X. 1 Cornelius, a devout man, 5 being command- ed by an angel, sends for Peter: 11 who by a vision, 15, 20 is taught not to despise the Gen- tiles. 34 As he preaches Christ to Cornelius and his company, 44 the Holy Ghost falls on them, 48 and they are baptized.

XI. 1 Peter, being accused for going in to the Gen- , tiles, 5 makes his defence, 18 which is accepted.

19 The gospel being spread into Phenice, and Cyprus, and Antioch, Barnabas is sent to confirm them. 26 The disciples there are first called Christians. 27 They send relief to the bretliren in Judea in time of famine.

XII. 1 King Herod persecutes the Christians, kills James, and imprisons Peter, whom an angel de- livers upon the prayers of the church. 20 In his pride, takin" to himself the honour due to God, he is struck by an angel, and dies miserably. 24 Aftei his death the word of God prospers.

XIII. 1 Paul and Barnabas are chosen to go to the Gentiles. 7 Of SergiusPaulus, and Elymas the sorcerer. 14 Paul preaches at Antioch, that Jesus is Christ. 42 The Gentiles believe ; 45 but the Jews gainsay and blaspheme ; 46 whereupon they turn to the Gentiles. 48 As many as were ordain- ed to life believed.

XIV. 1 Paul and Barnabas are persecuted from Iconium. 7 At Lystra Paul heals a cripple ; whereupon they are reputed as gods. 19 Paul is stoned. 21 They pass through divers churches, confirming the disciples in faith and patience:

26 returning to Antioch, they report what God had done with them.

XV. 1 Great dissension arises about circumcision. 6 The apostles consult about it, 22 and send their determination by letters to the churches. 36 Paul and Barnabas, thinking to visit the brethren to- gether, fall at strife, and depart asunder.

XVI. 1 Paul having circumcised Timothy, 7 and being called by the Spirit from one country to another, 14 converteth Lydia, 16 casteth out a spirit of divination : 19 for which cause he and Silas are whipped and imprisoned. 25 The prison doors are opened. 31 The jailor is converted, 37 and thev are delivered.

XVII. 1 Paul preaches at Thcssalonica : 4 where some believe, and others persecute him : 10 he is sent to Berea, and preacheth there. 13 Being per- secuted at Thessalonica, 15 hecomethto Athens, and disputes, and preaches the living God to them unknown, 34 whereby many are converted unto Christ.

XVII 1 . 3 Paul labours with his hands, and preaches at Corinth to the Gentiles : 9 the Lord enconraees him in a vision : 12 he is accused before Gailio the deputy, but is dismissed. 18 Afterwards, passing from city to city, he strengthens the disci- ples. 24 Apollos, heing more perfectly instructed by Aquila and Priscilla, 28 preaches Christ with great efficacy.

XIX. 6 The Holy Ghost is given by Paul's hands. 9 The Jews blaspheme his doctrine, which is con- firmed by miracles. 13 The Jewish exorcists, 16 are beaten by the devil. 19 Coiyuring-books are burnt. 24 Demetrius, for love of gain, raiseth an uproar against Paul, 35 which is appeased by the town-clerk.

XX. 1 Paul goes to Macedonia. 7 He celebrates the Ixird's supper, and preaches. 9 Eutychus being killed by a fall, 10 is raised to life. 17 At Miletus Paul calls the elders together, tells them what shall befall to himself, 28 commits God's flock to them, 29 warns them of false teachers, 32 com- mends them to God, 36 prays with them.and goes his wav.

XXI. 1 taul will not by any means be dissuaded from going to Jerusalem. 9 Philip's daughters prophetesses. 17 Paul comes to Jerusalem : 27 where he is apprehended, and in great danger, 31 but by the chief captain is rescued, and permit- ted to speak to the people.

XXII. I Paul declares at large, how he was con- verted to the faith, 17 and called to his apostle- ship. 22 At the very mentioning of the Gentiles, the people exclaim on him. 24 He should have been scourged ; 25 but claiming the privilege of a Roman, he escapes.

XXIII. 1 AsPaul pleadshiscause, 2 Ananias com- mands them to smite him. 7 Dissension among his accusers. 11 God encourages him. 14 The Jews' lying in wait for Paul, 20 is declared unto the chief captain. 27 He sends him to Felix the governor.

XXIV. 2 Paul being accused by Tertullus the oratoo, 10 answers for his life and doctrine. 24 He preaches Christ to the governor and his wife. S6 The governor hopes for a bribe, but in vain :

27 at last going out of his office, he leaves Paul in prison.

XXV. 1 The Jews accuse Paul before Festus. 8 He answers for himself, 11 and appeals to Caesar. 14 Afterwards Festus opens his matter to king Agrippa, 23 and he is brought forth. 25 Festus declares him to have done nothing wortliy of death.

XXVI . 2 Paul, in the presence of Agrippa, de- clares his life from his childhood, 12 and how miraculously he was converted and called to his apostleship. 24 Festus charges him to be mad, whereunto he answers modestly. 28 Agrippa is almost persuade

XXVII. 1 Paul shipping towards Kome, 10 fore- tells the danger of the voyage, 11 but is not be- lieved. 14 rhey are tossed to and fro with tempest, 41 and suffer shipwreck, 22, 34, 44 yet all come safe to land.

XXVIII. 1 Paul, after his shipwreck, is kindly entertained by the Barbarians. 5 The viper on his hand hurts him not. 8 He heals many diseases in the island. 11 They depart towards Home. 17 He declares to the Jews the cause of his coming. 24 After his preaching some were persuaded, and some believed not : 30 yet he preaches tliere two years.


I. Paul commends his calling to the Bomans, 9 and his desire to come to them. 16 What his gospel is, and the righteousness which it shews. 18 God is angry with all manner of sin. 21 What were the sins of the Gentiles.

II. 1 They that sin, though they condemn it in others, cannot excuse themselves, 6 and much less escape the judgment of God, 9 whether they be Jews or Gentiles. 14 The Gentiles cannot escape, 17 nor yet the Jews, 25 whom their circumcision shall not profit, if they keep not the law.

Ill.l The Jews' prerogative ; 3 which they have not lost ; 9 howbeit the law convinces them also of sin. 20 Therefore uo flesh is justified by the law.

28 but all, without difference, by faith only : 31 and yet the law is not abolished.

IV. 1 Abraham's faith was imputed to him for righteousness, 10 before he was circumcised. IS By faith only he and his seed received the pro- mise. 16 Abraham is the father of all that be- lieve. 24 Our faith also shall be imputed to us for righteousness.

V. 1 Being justified by faith, we have peace with

reconciled. 12 As sin and death came by Adam, 17 so much more righteousness and life by Jesus Christ. 20 Where sin abounded, grace did su-

ferabound. . 1 We may not live in sin, 2 for we are dead unto it, 3 as appears by our baptism. 12 Let not sin reign any more, 18 because we have yielded ourselves to the service of righteousness, 23 and for that deatli is the wages of sin.

VII. 1 No law hath power over a man longer than he liveth. 4 But we are dead to the law. 7 Yet is not the law sin, 12 but holy, just, and good, 16 as I acknowledge who am grieved because I cannot keep it.

VI I I . 1 They that are in Christ, and live according to the Spirit, are free from condemnation. 5, 13 What harm comes of the flesh, 6, 14 and what good of the Spirit : 17 and what of being God's children, 19 whose glorious deliverance all things long for. 29 It was beforehand decreed from God. .38 What can sever us from his love .'

IX. 1 Paul is sorry for the Jews. J All the seed of Abraham were notthe children of the promise. 18 God hath mercy upon whom he will. 21 The pot- ter may do with his clay what he list. 25 The calling of the Gentiles, and rejecting of the Jews, were foretold . 32 The cause why so few Jews em- braced the righteousness of faith.

X. 5 The Scripture shewelh the difference betwixt the righteousness of the law, and that of faith, H and that all, both Jew and Gentile, tiiat believe, shall not be confounded, 18 and tliat the Gentiles shall receive the word, and believe. 19 Israel was not ignorant of these things.

XI. I God hath not cast off all Israel. 7 Some were elected, though the rest were hardened. 16 There is hope of their conversion. 18 The Gentiles may not insult upon them : 26 for there is a promise of their salvation. 33 God's judgments are unseaich- able.

XII. 1 God's mercies must move us to please God. 3 Not to think highly of oneself, 6 but attend every one on that calling wherein he is placed. 9 Love without dissimulation, 19 Revenge is espe- cially forbidden.

XIII. 1 Subjection, and many other duties, we owe to the magistrates. 8 I^ve is the fulfilling of the law. 11 Gluttony and drunkenness, and the works of darkness, are out of season in the time of the gospel.

XIV. 3 Men may not contemn nor condemn each other for things indifferent ; 13 but take heed that they give no offence in them : 15 for that the apostle proves unlawful by many reasons.

XV. 1 The strong must bear with the weak. 2 We may not please ourselves, 3 for Christ did not so, 7 but receive one another, as Christ did us all, 8 both Jews, 9 and Gentiles. 15 Paul excuseth his writing, 28 and promises to see thetn, S3 and de- sires their prayers.

XVI. 3 Paul wills the brethren to greet many, 17aod advises them to take heed of those which cause dissension and offences, 21 and after sundry sa- lutations, ends with praise and tlianks to God.


I. After his salutation and thanksgiving, 10 he ex- horts them to unity, 12 and reproves their dis- sensions. 18 God destroys the ■wisdom of the wise, 21 by the foolishness ot preaching, 26 and calls not the wise, mighty, and noble, 27, 28 but the foolish, weak, and nie^ of no account,

II. 1 Hedeclaresthat his preaching, though it bring not excellency of speech, or of 4 human wisdom ; yet consists in the 4, 5 power of God ; and so far excels 6 the wisdom of this world, and 9 human sense, as that 14 the natural man cannot under- stand it.

III. 2 Milk is fit for children. 3 Strife and division are argumentsofa fleshly mind. 7 He that plants, and he that watei's, is nothing. 9 The ministers are God's fellow-workmen. 11 Christ the only foundation. 16 Men the temples of Ged, 17 which must be kept holy. 19 The wisdom of this world is foolishness with God.

IV. 1. In what account the ministersought to be had. 7 We have nothing which we have not received. 9 'I'he apostles spectacles to the world, angels, and men, 13 the filth and off-scouriUR of the world ; 15 yet our fathers in Christ, 16 whom we ought to follow.

V. 1 The incestuous person, 6 is cause rather of shame unto them, than of rejoicing. 7 The old leaven is to be purged out. , 10 Heinous offenders are to be shunned and avoided.

VI. 1 The Corinthians must not vex their brethren, in going to law with them ; 6 enpecially under infidels. 9 The unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God. 15 Our txidies are the members of Christ, 19and temples of the Holy Ghost: 16, 17 they must not therefore be defiled.

VII. 2 Of marriage, 4 shewing it to be a remedy against fornication ; 10 and that the bond thereof ought not lightly to be dissolved. 18, 20 Fvery man must be content with his vocation. 25 Vir- ginity wherefore to be embraced, 35 and for what respects we may either marry, or abstain from marrying.

VII I. 1 To abstain from meats offered to idols : 8, 9 not to abuse our Christian liberty, to the offence



of our brethren : 11 bnt must bndle our know-

• ledge with charity. ^

JX. 1 He shews his liberty, 7 and that the minister oaght to live by the gospel : 15 yet that himself hath of his own accord abstained 18 to be either chargeable to them. 11 or offensive to any in mat- ters indifferent. 24 Our life is like a race.

X. I The sacraments of the Jews, 6 are types of ours, 7 and their punishments, 11 examples for us. 14 We must flee from idolatry, 21 and not make the Lord's table the table of devils : 24 and in things indifferent we should have regard to the weak brethren.

XI. 1 He reproves them, because in holy assem- blies 4 their men prayed with their heads cover- ed, and 6 their women with heads uncovered: 17 and because generally their meetings were not for the better, but for the worse ; as, 21 namely, in profanins with their own feasts the Lord's supper. 23 Lastly, he calls them to the first institution thereof.

XII. 1 Spiritual gifts 4 are divers, 7 yet all to

Profit withal ; 8 and to that end are diversely estowed : 12 that by the like proportion, as the members of a natural body tend all to the 16 mutual decency, 22 service, and 26 succour of the same body ; 27 so we should do one for an- other, to make up the mystical body of Christ.

XIII. 1 All gifts, 2, 3 how excellent soever, are nothing worth without charity. 4 The praises thereof, and 13 prelation before hope and faith.

XIV. 1 Prophecy is commended, 2, 3, 4 and pre- ferred before speaking with tongues, 6 by a com- parison drawn from musical instruments. 12 Both must be referred to edification, 22 as to their true and proper end. 26 The true use of each is taught, 29 and the abuse taxed. 34 Women are forbidden to speak in the church.

XV. 3 By Christ's resurrection, 12 he proves the necessity of ours, against all such as deny the resurrection of the body. 21 The fruit .35 and manner thereof, 51 and of the changing them that shall be found alive at the last day.

XVI. 1 He exhorts them to relieve the want of the brethren at Jerusalem ; 10 commends Timothy ; 13 and after friendly admonitions, 16 shuts up bis epistle with divers salutations.


I. The apostle encourages them against troubles, by the comforts and deliverances which God had given him, as in all his afflictions, 8 so particu- larly in his late danger in Asia: 12 and calling both his own conscience, and theirs, to witness, of his sincere manner of preaching the immuta- ble truth of the gospel, 15 he excuseth his not coming to them, as proceeding not of lightness, but ofhis lenity towards them.

II. 1 Having shewed the reason why he came not to them, 6 he requires them to forgive and to comfort that excommunicated person, 10 even as himself also, upon his true repentance, had for- given him : 12 declaring withal why he departed from Troas to Macedonia, 14 and the happy suc- cess which God gave to his preaching in all places.

III. 1 Lest their false teachers should charge him with vain glory, he shews the faith and graces of the Corfnthians, to be a sufficient commenda- tion of his ministry. 6 Whereupon entering a comparison between the ministers of the law and of the gospel, 12 he proves that his ministry is so far the more excellent, as the gospel of life and liberty is more glorious than the law of con- demnation.

IV. 1 He declares how he hath used all sincerity and faithful diligence in preaching the gospel ; 7 and how the troubles and persecutions which he daily endured for the same, did redound to the praise of God's power, 12 to the benefit of the church. If) and to the apostle's own eternal glory.

V. 1 That in his assured hope of immortal glory, 9 and in expectation of it, and of the general judgment, he labours to keep a good conscience, 12 not that he may herein boast of himself, 14 but as one that having received life from Christ, lives as a new creature to Christ only, 18 and by his ministrv of reconciliation, to reconcile others also in Christ to God.

VI. 1 That he hath approved himself a faithful minister of Christ, both by his exhortations, 3 and by integrity of life, 4 and by patient en- during all kinds of afniction and disgraces for the gospel. 10 Of which he speaks the more boldly amongst them, because his heart is open to them, 13 and he expects the like affection from them again : 14 exhorts them to flee the so- ciety and pollutions of idolaters, as being them- selves temples of the living God.

VI I. 1 He proceeds in exhorting them to purity of life, 2 and to bear him like affection as he doth to them. 3 Whereof, lest they might seem to doubt, he declares what comfort he took in his afflictions, by the report which Titus gave of their godly sorrow, which his former epistle had wrought in them, 13 and of their loving kindness and obedience towards Titus, answerable to his former boastings of them.

VIII. 1 He stirs them up to a liberal contribution for the poor saints at Jerusalem, by the example of the ftlacedonians, by commenaation of their former forwardness, 9 by the example of Christ, 14 and by the spiritual profit that should redound to themselves thereby : 16 commending to them the integrity and willingness of Titus, and those other brethren, who, upon his request, exhoiia- tion, and commendation, were purposely come to them for this business.

IX. 1 He yields the reason why, though he knew their forwardness, yet he sent Titus and his bre- thren beforehand : 6 and he proceeds in stirring them up to bountiful alms, as being but a kind of cowing of seed, 10 which shall return a great in-


crease to them, 1.3 and occasion a great sacrifice of thanksgiving unto God.

X. 1 Against the false apostles, who disgraced the weakness of his person and bodily presence, besets out the spiritual might and authority, with which he is armed against all adverse powers ; 7 assur- ing them tliat at his coming he will be found as mighty in word, as he is now in writing, being absent. 12 And withal taxingthem for extending themselves beyond their compass, and vaunting themselves of other men's labours.

XI. 1 Out of his jealousy over the Corinthians, who seemed to make more account of the false apostles than of him, he entereth into a forced commendation of himself, 5 of his equality with the chief apostles, 7 of his preaching the gospel to them freely, and without their charge: 13 shewing that he was not inferior to those deceit- ful workers in any legal prerogative ; 23 and in the service of Christ, and in all kind of suffer- ings for his ministry, far superior.

XII. 1 For commending of his apostleship, though he might glory of his wonderful revelations, 9 yet he rather chooses to glory of his infirmities, 11 blaming them for forcing him to this vain boasting. 14 He promises tocometo them again ; but yet altogether in the afl''ection of a father, 20 although he fears he shall, to his grief, find many offenders and public disorders there.

XIII. 1 He threateneth severity, and the power of his apostleship, against obstinate sinners : 5 and advising them to a trial of their faith, 7 and to reformation of their sins before his coming, 11 he concludeth his epistle with a general exhortation and a prayer.


I. He wonders that they have so soon lel^ him, and the "ospel ; 8 and accurses those that preach another gospel than he did. 11 He learned the gospel not of men, but of God : 13 and shews what he was before his calling, 17 and what he did presently after it.

II. 1 He shews when he went up again to Jerusa- lem, and for what purpose : 3 and that Titus was not circumcised •. 11 and that he resisted Peter, and told him the reason 14 why he and others, being Jews, do believe in Christ to be justified by faith, and not by works : 2(1 and that they live not in sin, who are so justified.

III. 1 He asks what moved them to leave the faith, and hang upon the law. 6 They that believe are justified, 9 and blessed with Abraham. 10 And this he shews by many reasons.

IV. 1 We were under the law till Christ came, as the heir is under his guardian till he be of age ; 5 but Christ freed us from the law ; 7 therefore we are servants no longer to it. 14 He remembers their good-will to him, and his to them ; 22 and shews that we are the sons of Abraham by tlie free-woman.

V. 1 He moves them to stand in their liberty, 3 and not obser\\\'e circumcision ; but rather love, which is the sum of the law: 19 he reckoneth up the woi'KSof the flesh, 22 and the fruits of the Spirit ; 25 ann exnorts to walk in the Spirit.

VI. 1 He moves them to deal mildly with a brother that hath slipped. 2 and to bear one another's burdens ; 6 to be liheral to their teachers ; 9 and not weary of welWoing: 12 he shews what they intend that preach circumcision : 14 he glories in nothing, save the cross of Christ.


I. After the salutation, 3 and thanksgiving for the Ephesians, 4 he treats of our election, 6 and adoption by grace, 11 which is the true and pro- per fountain of man's salvation ; 13 and because the height of this mystery cannot easily be at- tained unto by man's power, 16 he prays that they may come 18 to the full knowledge and 20 possession thereof in Christ.

II. 1 By comparing what we were 3 by nature, with what we are by grace ; 10 he declares, that we are made for good works : and 13 being brought near by Christ, should not live as 11 Gentiles, and 12 foreigners in time past, but as 19 citizens with the saints, and the family of God.

1 1 1. 5The hidden mystery ,6 that the Gentiles should be saved, was marie known to Paul by revelation : 8 and to him was that grace given, that 9 he should preach it. 13 He desires them not to faint for his tribulation, 14 and prays 19 that they may perceive the great love of Christ toward them.

IV. 1 He exhorts to unify; 7 and declares that God therefore gives divers 11 gifts to men, tliat his church might be 13 edified, and 15 grow up in Christ. 18 He calls them from the impurity of the Gentiles, 24 to put on the new man ; 25 to cast off lying, and 29 conupt communication.

V. 2 After general exhoitations to love, 3 to flee fornication, 4 and all uncleanness, 7 not to con- verse with the wicked, 15 to walk warily, and to be 18 filled with the Spirit, 22 he descends to the particular duties, how wives ought to obey their husbands, 25 and husbands ought to love their wives, .32 even as Christ doth his church.

VI. 1 The duty of children to parents, 5 and ser- vants to masters. 10 Our life is a warfare, 12 not only against flesh and blood, but also spiritual enemies. 13 The complete armour of a christian, 18 and how it ought to be used. 21 Tychicus is commended.


I. Paul testifieth his thankfulness to God, and his love towards them, for the fruits of their faith, and fellowship in his sufferings, 9 daily praying to him for their increase in grace : 12 he shews w-hat good the faith of Christ had received by his troubles at Rome, 21 and how ready he is to glorify Christ either by bis life or death: 27

exhorting them to unity, S8 and to fortitude in


II. 1 He exhorts them to unity, and to all humble- ness of mind, by the example of Christ's humility and exaltation : 12 to a careful proceeding in the way of salvation, that they be as lights to tlie wicked world, 16 and comforts to him their apos- tle, who is now ready to be offered up to God. 15 He hopes to send Timothy to them, whom he greatly commends, 25 as Epaphroditus also, whom he presently sends to them.

III. 1 He warns them to t>eware of the false teacher? of the circumcision, 4 shewing that himself hath greater cause tlian they to trust in the righteous- ness of the law ;7 which notwithstanding he counts as dung and loss to gain Christ and his righteous- ness, 12 therein acknowledging his own imper- fection. 15 He exhorts them to be thus minded. 17 to imitate him, 18 and to decline the ways of carnal men.

IV. 1 From particular admonitions, 4 he proceeds to general exhortations, 10 shewing how he re- joiced at their liberality towards him lying in pri- son, not so much for the supply of his own wants, as for the grace of God in them : 19 and concludes with prayer and salutations.


I. After salutation, Paul thanks God for their faith,

7 confirms the doctrine of Epaphras, 9 prays fur- ther for their increase in glace, 14 describes the true Christ, 21 encourageth them to receive Jesus Christ, and commends his own ministry.

II. 1 He still exhorts them to be constant in Christ,

8 to beware of philosophy and vain traditions, 18 worshipping of angels, 20 and legal ceremonies, which are ended in Christ.

III. 1 He shews where we should seek Christ. 5 He exhorts to mortification, to put oflF the old man, and to put on Christ ; 12 exhorting to charity, humility, and other several duties.

IV. 1 He exhorts them to be fervent in prayer, 5 to walk wisely toward them that are notyetcometo the true knowledge of Christ. 10 He salutes them, and wishes them all prosperity.


I. The Thessalonians are given to understand both how mindful of them Paul was at all times in thanksgiving and prayer; 5 and also how well he was persuaded of the truth and sincerity of their faith and conversion to God.

II. 1 In what manner the gospel was brought and preached to the Thessalonians, and in what sort also they received it. 18 A reason is rendered both why Paul was so long absent from them, and also why he was so desirous to see them.

III. 1 Paul testifies his great love to the Thessalo- nians ; partly by sending Timothy unto them to strengthen and comfort them ; partly by re- joicing in their well-doing ; 10 and partly by praying for them, and desiring a safe coming unto them.

IV. 1 Heexhortsthem to walk in all manner of god liness, 6 to live holy and justly, 9 to love one an other, 1 1 and quietly to follow their own business ; 13 and last of all to sorrow moderately for the dead : 15 and to his last exhortation is annexed a brief description of the resurrection, and second coming of Christ to judgment.

V. 1 He proceeds in the former description of Christ's coming to judgment, 14 and gives divers precepts, 23 and so concludes the epistle.


I. Paul certifies them of the good opinion which he had of their faith, love, and patience ; 11 and therewithal useth divers reasons for the comforting of them in persecution, whereof the chief is taken from the righteous ju

II. 1 He wills them to continue stedfast in the truth received ; 3 shews that there shall be a de- parture from the faith, 8 and a discovery of an- tichrist, l)efore the day of the Lord come : 15 and thereupon repeats his former exhortation, and prays for them.

II I . 1 He begs their prayers for himself, 3 and testi- fies what confidence he has in them, 5 makes re- quest to God in ttieir behalf, 6 gives them divers precepts, especially to shun idleness ami ill com- pany, 16and lastoFall concludes with prayer and salutation.


I. Timothy is put in mind of the charge which was given unto him by Paul at his going to Mace- donia, 5 of the right use and end of the law, 1 1 ot Paul'scalling to be an apostle, 20 and Hymeneus and Alexander.

II. 1 That it is meet to pray and give thanks for all men, and the reason why. 9 How women should be attired. 12They are not permitted to teach. 15 They shall be saved, notwithstanding the testimo- nies of God's wrath, in childbirth, if they continue in faith.

III. How bishops, deacons, and their wives, should be qualified ; 14 and to what end Paul wrote to Timothy of these things. 15 Of the church, and the blessed truth therein taught and professed.

IV. 1 He foretells that in the latter times there shall be a departure from the failh. 6 And to the end that Timothy might not fail in doing his duty, he furnishes him with divers precepts relating thereto.

V. 1 Rules to be observed in reproving. 3 Of wi- dows. 17 Of elders. 23 A precept for Timothy's health. 24 Some men's sins go before unto judg- ment, and some men's do follow after.

VI . 1 Of the duty of senants. 3 Not to have fellow- ship with new-fangled teachers. 6 Godliness is great gain, 10 and love of money the root of all evil, 11 What Timothy is to flee, and wliat to


follow ; 17 and whereof to admonish the rich. CO To keep the purity ot true doctriue, and to avoid protaue jau^liugs.


I. Paul's love to Timothy, and the unfeigned faith which was in Timothy himself, his mother, and grandmother. 5 He is exhorted to stir up the gift of God which was in him, 8 to be stedlast and patient in persecuticni, 13 and to persist in the form and truth ot that doctrnie wliich he had learned of liim. 15 Pliy^'ellusand Hern;ogeiies, and such like, are noted, and Onesiphorus is hif-hly commended.

II. He is exhorted again to constancy and peise- verance, and to do the duty of a faithful servant of the l^rd in dividing the word aright, and shunning prolane and vain tiabblings. 17 Ot Hymeneus and Philetus. 19 The foundation of tlie Lord is sure. 2'-' He is tausht whereot to lie- ware, and wliat to follow alter, and in what sort the servant of the Lord ought to behave himself.

III. 1 He advertises him of the times to come, 6 describes the enemies of the truth, 10 propounds unto him his own example, 16 and commends the holy t*criptures.

IV. 1 He exhorts him to do his duty with all care and diligence, 6 certifies him of the nearness of his death, 9 wills him to come speedily unto iiim, and 11 to bring .Mark with him, and cer- tain other things which he wrote for, 14 warns liini to beware of Alexander the smith, lii in- forms him what had befallen him at his Rist an- swering, 19 and soon alter he concludes.


I. For what end Titus was left in Crete. 6 How tliey that are to be chosen miuisteis ought to be qualitied. 11 1 he mouths of evil teachers to be stopped : 12 and what manner of men they be.

II. 1 Directions given unto 1 itus, both for his doc- trine and lite, y Of the duty of servants, and, in general, of all Christians.

III. I 1 itus is yet further directed by Paul both concerning the things he should teach, and not teach. 10 He is willed also to reject obstinate heretics : 12 which done, he appoints him both time and place, wherein he should come unto him, and so concludes.


Paul rejoices to hear of the faith and love of Phi- lemon ; 9 whom he desires to forgive his servant Ouesimus, and lovingly to receive him again.


I. Christ in these last times coming to us from the Father, 4 is preferied above the angels, Loth in person and ottice.

II. 1 \\\\Ve ought to be obedient to Christ Jesus, 5 and that because he vouchsafed to take our na- ture upon him, 14 as it was necessary.

III. 1 Christ is more worthy than .Moses; 7 there- fore if we believe not in him, we sh^ll be more worthy of puuishn)ent tlian hard-hearted Israel.

IV. 1 1 he rest ot Chiistiar.s is attained by faith.

12 The power of God's word. 14 By our High- priest, Jesus the Son of God, subject to mhrmi- ties, but not to sin, 16 we must and may go boldly to the throne of grace.

V. 1 The authority and honour of our .Saviour's priesthood. 11 Negligence in the knowledge thereof is reproved.

VI. 1 He exhorts not to fall back from the faith, 11 but to be stedfast, 12 diligent, and patient to wait upfin God, 13 because God is most sere in his promise.

VI I. 1 Christ Jesus is a priest after the order of Melchisedec, 11 and so tar more excellent than the priests of Aaron's order.

VIII. 1 By the eternal priesthood of Christ, the Levitical priesthood of Aaron is abolished, 7 and the temporal covenant with the fathers, by the eternal covenant of the gospel.

IX. 1 The description of the rights and bloody sa- crihces of the law, 11 far interior to the dignity and perfection of the blood and sacrifice of Christ.

X. 1 ihe weakness of the law sacrihces. 10 1 he sacrilice of Christ's biMly once offered, 14 for evei hath taken away sins. 19 An exhortation to hold fastthe faith, w ith patience and thanksgiving.

XI. 1 What faith is. 6 Without faith we cannot please God. 7 Ihe worthy fruits thereof in the fathers of uld time.

XI I. 1 An exhortation to constant faith, patience, and godliness. 20 A CDinmendation of the Kew Testament above the Old.

XIII. 1 Divers admonitions, as to charity, 4 to honest life, 5 to avoid rovetousness, 7 'o regard (iod's preachers, 9 to take heed of strange doc- trines, 10 to confess Christ, 16 to give alms, 17 to obey governors, 18 to pray for the apostle. 20 The conclusion.


I. V-'e are to rejoice under the cross, 5 to ask wis- dom of (iod, 13 and in our trials not to impute our weakness or sins unto him, 22 Imt rather to hearken to the word, to meditate in it, and do thereafter: 26 otherwise men may seem, but never be, truly religious.

II. 1 It is not agreeable to Christian profession to regard the rich, and to despise the poor brethren :

13 rather we are to t)e lovmg and merciful ; 14 and not to boast of faith where no fruits are, 17 which is but a dead faith, 19 the faith of devils, 21 and not of Abraham, 25 and Hahab.

III. 1 We are not rashly or airogantly to reprove Others, 5 but rather to bridle tlie tongue, a little

member, buta powerful instrument of much good, and great harm. 13 1 hey who be truly wise, be mild and peaceable without envying and strife.-

IV. 1 We are to slrive against covetousness, 4 in- temperance, 5 pride, 11 detraction, and rash judg- ment of others : 13 and not to be confident in the good success of worloly business ; but mindful ever of the uncertainty of this lite, to commit our- selves and all our affairs to God's providence.

V. 1 \\\\\\\\ icked rich men are to fear God's vengeance. 7 We ought to be patient in afflictions, after the example of the prophets and Job ; 12 to forbear swearing ; 13 to pray in adversity, to sing in pros- perity ; 16 to acknowledge mutually our seveial faults, to pray for each other ; 19 and to restore a straying brotlier to the truth.


I. Peter blesses God for his manifold spiritual graces, 10 shewing that tlie salvation of Christ is no news, but a flung prophesied of old : 13 and exhorts them accordingly, to a godly conversa- tion, torasmuch as they are now born anew by the word of God.

II. 1 He dehortsthem from the breach of charity ; 4 shewing that Christ is the foundation wliere'on they are built. 11 He beseeches them also to ab- stain from fleshly lusts, 13 to be obedient to ma- gistrates, 18 and teaches servants how to obev their masters, 20 patiently suttering for well- doing, after the example of Christ.

III. I'He teaches the duty of wives and husbands to each other, 8 exhorting all men to unity and love, 14 and to suffer persecution. 19 Hedeclares also the benefits of Christ towards the old world.

IV. 1 lie exhorts them to cease from sin by the ex- ample of Christ, and the consideration of the general end that now approaches : 12 and com- forts them against persecution.

V. 1 He exhorts the elders to feed their flocks; 5 the younger to obey ; 8 ami all to be sober, watchtul, and constant in the faiti), 9 to resist the cruel adversary the devil.


I. Confirming them in hope of the increase of God's graces, 5 he exhorts them by faith and good works to make their calling and election sure : 12 whereof he is careful to remember them, knowing that his death is at hand : 16 and warns them to t)e constant in the faith of Christ, who is tlie true Son of God, by the eye-witness of the apostles' beholding his majesty, and by the testimony ol the Father and the prophets.

II. 1 He foretells them of false teachers, shewing the impiety and punishment both of them and their followers ; 7 from which the godly shall be delivered, as txst was out of Sodom: 10 and more fully describes the manners of those pio- fane and blaspliemous seducers, whereby they may be the better known and avoided.

III. 1 He assures them ot the certainty of Christ's coming to judgment, against those scorners w ho dispute against it ; 8 warning the godly for the long

fatience of God, to hasten their repentance. 10 le describes also the manner how the world shall bedestroyed : 11 exhorting them from theexpecta- tion thereof, to all holiness of life ; 15 and again to think the patience of God to tend to their sal- vation, as Paul wrote to them in his epistles.


I. He describes the person of Christ, in whom we have eternal life bv a communion with God. 5 Holiness of life will testify the truth of that our communion. Faith assures us of the forgiveness of our sins t)y Christ's death.

II. 1 He comforts them against the sins of infirmity. 3 Rightly to know God, is to keep his command- ments. 9 to love our brethren, 15 and not to love the world. 18 We must beware of seducers : 20 frum whose deceits Ihe gudly are safely preserv- ed by perseverance through faith.

III. 1 He declares the singular love of God towards us, in making us his sons; 3 who therefore ought obediently to keep his commandments, 11 as also brotherly to love one another.

IV. 1 He warns them not to believe all teachers who boast of the Spirit, but to try thtm by the rules of the Christian faith : 7 and by many rea- sons exhorts to brotherly love.

V. 1 He that loves God, loves his children, and keeps his commandments ; 3 which to the faithful are light, and not grievous. 9 Jesus is the ."-on of God, able to save us, 14 and to hear our fnayeis, which we make for ourselves, and lor others.


He exhorts a certain honourable matron, with her children, to persevere in Christian love aud be- lief. 8 lest they love the reward of their former profession ; 10 and to have nothing to ilo with those seilucers that bring not the true doctrine of Christ Jesus.


He rommenils Gains for his piet.v, 5 and hospita- lity, 7 to true preachers; 9 cotnpUining ot the unkind dealing of ambitious Diotrephes on the contrary side, II evil example is not to be followed ; 12 and gives special testimony to the good report of Demetrius.

JUDE. He exhorts them to be constant in the profession of the faith. 4 False teachers are crept in to se- duce them ; lor whose danmahle doctrine and manners, horrible punishment is prepareil : '-'0 whereas the godly, by the assistance of the Holy

Spirit, and prayers to God, mav persevere, and

grow in grace,, and keep themselves, and recover others out of the snares of those deceivers,


I. John writes his Revelation to the seven churches of Asia, signified by the seven golden candle- sticks. 7 The coming of Christ. 14 His glorious power and majesty.

II. 1 What is commanded to be written to the an- gels (that is, the ministers) of the churches of 1 Ephesus, 8 Smyrna, 12 Pergamos, 18 Thyatira : and what is commended, or found wanting, in them.

II I. 1 The angel of the church of Sard is is reproved, 3 exhorted to repent, and threatened if he do not repent. 8 ihe angel of the church of Philadelphia 10 IS approved tor his diligence and paiience. 15 'I he angel of laodicea is rebuked, tor being neither hot nor cold, 19 and admonished to be more zealous. 20 Christ staucis at the dcxjr and knocks.

IV. 2 John sees the throne of God in heaven. 4 The four-and-twenty elders. 6 The four beasts full of eyes before and behind, lo The elders lay down their crowns, and worship him that sat on the throne.

V. 1 'Ihe book sealed with seven seals: 9 which only the Lamb that was shun is woithy to open. 12 Therefore the elders praise him, 9 and confess that he redeemed them wiih his blood.

VI. 1 1 he opening of the seals in order, and what followed thereupon ; containing a prophecy to the end of the viorld.

VII. 3 An angel seals the servants of God in their foreheads. 4 The number of them that were seal- eel : of the tribes of Israel a certain number, 9 of all other nations an innumerable multitucje, which stand before the throne, clad in white robes, and palms in their hands. 14 Their robes were washed in the blood of the Lamb.

VIII. 1 At the opening of the seventh seal, Cseven angels had seven trumpets given them. 6 Four of them sound their trumi>ets, and great plagues follow. 3 Another an:;el puts incense to ttie prayers of the saints on the golden altar.

IX. 1 .A star falls from heaven at the sounding of the fifth angel, to whom is given the key of the bottomless pit. 2 He opens tlie pit, 3 and there come forth locusts like scori>ions. 12 1 he first IV oe past. 13 1 he sixth trumpet sounds. 14 Four angels are let loose that were bound,

X. 1 A mighty strong angel appears with a bock open in his hand. 6 He swears by film that lives for ever, that there shall be no" more time. 9 John is commanded to take and eat the book.

XI. 3 '1 he two witnesses prophesy. 6 I'hey have power to shut heaven, that it rain not. 7 Ihe beast shall right against them, and kill them. 8 They lie unburitd, 11 and after three days and an half rise again. 14 Ihe second woe is past.

15 The seventh trumpet sounds.

XII. 1 A woman clothed with the sun travails. 4 'J he great red dragon stands before her, ready to devour herchild. 6 Whenshe vvas delivered she tied into the wilderness. 7 .'^lichael and his angels fight with the dragon, and prevail. 13 Ihe dragon being cast down unto the earth, perse- cutes the woman.

XI II. 1 A beast rises out of the sea, with seven heads and ten horns, to whom the dragon gives his power. 11 Another beast comes up out of the earth ; 14 causes an image to be made of the former beast, 15 and that men should worship it,

16 and receive his mark.

XIV. 1 Ihe Lamb, standing on mount Sion, with his companv ; 6 an an::el preaches the gospel. 8 'Ihe tall of I'.abylon. 15 Ihe harvest of the world, and putting in of the sickle. 20 The vintage and wine-press of the wrath of God.

XV. 1 The seven ani;eis w itli the seven last plagues. 3 Ihe song of Ihein that overcome the beast. 7 The seven vi,.ls full of Ihe w rath of God.

XV I. 2 1 he angels pour out the vials fullof wrath :

6 1 he plagues that follow thereupon. 15 Christ comes as a thief. Blessed are they that watch.

X\\\' 1 1. 3. 4 A woman arrayed in purple and scar- let, with a golden cup ill her hand, sits upon the beast. 5 which is great Babylon, the mother of all abominations. 9 Ihe interpretation of the seven heads, 12 and the ten horns. 14 The victory of tlie Lamb. 10 I he punishment of the whore.

XVI 11.2 Babylon is fallen. 4 The people of God crmmanded to depart out of her. 9 I he kings of the earth, 11 with the merchants and mariners, lament over her. 20 Ihe saints rejoice for tlie iu.i;;ments of (iod upon her.

XI. \\\\. 1 God is praised in heaven for judging the great w hore, and avenginu the blood of his saints.

7 Ihe maiiiage of the Lamb. 10 Ihe angel will not be worshipped. 17 I he fowls callecl to the great slaughter.

Xa. 2 >aiau bound for a thousand years. 5 The first resurrection : 6 they are blessed that have part therein. 7 Satan let loose aeain. H Go(f and .Magog. 10 I he devil cast into the lake of file and brimstone. 12 Ihe last and general re- surrection.

.\\\\XI. 1 A new heaven and a new earth. 10 The heavenly Jerusalem, with a full description thereof. 23 She needeth no sun, the glory ot God is her light. 24 1 he kings of the earth bring tlieir riches unto her.

X.Vll. 1 Ihe river of the water of life. 2 The tree of lite. 5 1 nc light of the city of Gcxl is himself. 9 1 he angel will not be worshipped. 18 Nothing may be added to the word of God, nor taken therefrom.

























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