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sinned greatly in that I have done, to a feast, &c. whatsoever is set before &c.—2 Sam. xxiv. 10. xii. 13. you, eat, asking no questions for

When Josiah had heard the words conscience sake; but if any man say of the book of the law, he rent his unto you, This is offered in sacrifice clothes, and he commanded, &c. Go to idols ; eat not, for his sake that ye, inquire of the Lord for me, and shewed it, and for conscience sake, for the people, concerning this book &c. Conscience, I say; not thine that is found; for great is the wrath own, but of the others : for why is of the Lord, &c. Tell the man that my liberty judged of another man's sent you to me, &c. I will bring evil conscience ? &c. Give none offence, upon this place, &c. But to the king neither to the Jews, por to the Genof Judah, &c. Because thine heart tiles, nor to the church of God. was tender, and thou hast, bumbled 1 Cor. x. 25–29. 32. viii. 7. thyself, &c. thine eyes shall not see Our rejoicing is this, the testimony all the evil, &c.—2 Kings xxii. 11-13. of our conscience, that in simplicity 15, 16. 18—20.

and godly sincerity, not with fleshly I will not remove mine integrity, wisdom, but by the grace of God, &c. &c. my heart shall not reproach me —2 Cor. i. 12. so long as I live.-Job xxvii. 5, 6. Bymanifestation of the truth, com

He that is without sin, let him first mended ourselves to every man's cast a stone at her, &c. They which conscience in the sight of God.heard it, being convicted by their own 2 Cor. iv. 2. conscience, went out one by one. We are made manifest unto God; John viii. 7.9.

and I trust also, are made manifest in Now when they heard this, they your consciences.--2 Cor. v. 11. were pricked in their heart, and said Now the end of the commandment unto Peter, &c. What shall we do? is charity, out of a pure heart, and of -Acts ii. 37.

a good conscience, and of faith unPaul said, Men and brethren, I feigned, &c. holding faith and a good have lived in all good conscience before conscience; which some having put God until this day.-Acts xxiii. 1. away, concerning faith have made

And herein do I exercise myself, to shipwreck.—1 Tim. i. 5. 19. have always a conscience void of Holding the mystery of the faith offence, toward God and toward men. in a pure conscience.-1 Tim. iii. 9. --Acts xxiv. 16.

The Spirit speaketh expressly, that Which shew the work of the law in the latter times some shall depart written in their hearts; their con- from the faith, &c. speaking lies in science also bearing them witness (or hypocrisy, having their consciences the conscience witnessing with them), seared with a hot iron, forbidding to and their thoughts the meanwhile (or marry, &c.—1 Tim. iv. 1-3. between themselves) accusing or else I thank God, whom I serve from excusing one another.-Rom. ii. 15, 16. my forefathers, with a pure con

I say the truth in Christ, I lie not; science.—2 Tim. i. 3. my conscience also bearing me wit- Unto them that are defiled and unness in the Holy Ghost.— Rom. ix. 1. believing, is nothing pure; but even.

Wherefore ye must needs be sub- their mind and conscience is defiled. ject, not only for wrath, but also for — Titus i. 15. conscience sake.-Rom. xiii. 5.

In which were offered both gifts Whatsoever is sold in the shambles, and sacrifices, that could not make that eat, asking no question for con- him that did the service perfect, as science sake : for the earth is the pertaining to the conscience, &c. If Lord's, and the fulness thereof: if the blood of bulls and of goats sancany of them that believe not, bid you tifieth, to the purifying of the flesh;

how much more shall the blood of every tree of the garden? The Christ, &c. purge your consciences woman said unto the serpent, We from dead works, to serve the living may eat, &c. but of the fruit of the God ?-Heb. ix. 9. 13, 14.

tree which is in the midst of the · The law, having a shadow of good garden, God hath said, Ye shall not things to come, &c. can never, with eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, those sacrifices they offered year by lest ye die. And the serpent said year continually, make the comers unto the woman, Ye shall not surely thereunto perfect: for then would die ; for God doth know, that in the they not have ceased to be offered ; day ye eat thereof, then your eyes because that the worshippers once shall be opened, and ye shall be as purged, should have had no more gods, knowing good and evil. And conscience of sins : but in those sa- when the woman saw that the tree crifices there is a remembrance again was good, &c.—Gen. iii. 1-7. made of sins every year. Let us Satan was a lying spirit, in the draw near, &c. having our hearts mouth of all his prophets, to persuade sprinkled from an evil conscience, &c. Ahab, &c.—1 Kings xxii. 21-23. -Heb. x. 1—3. 22.

2 Chron. xx. 21, 22. We trust we have a good conscience And Satan stood up against Israel, in all things, willing to live honestly. and provoked David to number Israel. -Heb. xiii. 18.

- Chron. xxi. 1. 2 Sam. xxiv. l. This is thankworthy, if a man for Now there was a day, when the conscience toward God endure grief, sons of God came to present themsuffering wrongfully.—1 Pet. ii. 19. selves before the Lord : and Satan

Having a good conscience ; that (or the adversary) came also among whereas they speak evil of you, &c. (or in the midst of) them: and the Baptism doth also now save us : not Lord said unto Satan, Whence comest the putting away the filth of the flesh, thou? Then said he, &c. From but the answer of a good conscience going to and fro in the earth, and toward God, by the resurrection of from walking up and down in it, &c. Jesus Christ.—1 Pet. iii. 16. 21. He said, Doth Job fear God for

Let us not love in word, &c. nought? Hast not thou made an Hereby we know, &c. For if our hedge about him ? &c. Put forth heart condemn us, God is greater thine hand now, and touch all that than our heart, and knoweth all things. he hath, and he will curse thee to thy Beloved, if our heart condemn us not, face, &c. Then Satan, having leave then have we confidence toward God. given him, destroyed all he had.- John iii. 18-22.

Job i. 6, &c. ii. 1-3.

Hast thou considered my servant CHAP. XXVIII.

Job ? &c. still he holdeth fast his in

tegrity, although thou movedst me OF THE DEVIL: 0f his SUBTILTY BY against him, to destroy him without

HIMSELF, AND BY HIS INSTRUMENTS, cause. And Satan answered the Lord, WICKED MEN, FALSE TEACHERS, and said, Skin for skin ; yea, all that DECEIVERS, AND SEDUCERS. TIE a man hath will he give for his life: DESCRIPTION OF TIEM.

but put forth thine hand now, and

touch bis bone, and his flesh, and he Sect. 1. Of Satan, the Devil himself. will curse thee to thy face. And the Now the serpent was more subtil Lord said, He is in thine hand: but than any beast of the field which the (or only) save his life. So went Lord God had made: and he said Satan forth from the presence of the unto the woman, Yea (or because), Lord, and smote Job, &c.-Job ii. hath God said, Ye shall not eat of 3-7.

And he shewed me Joshưa the goeth he, and taketh with himself high priest, standing before the angel seven other spirits, more wicked than of the Lord, and Satan standing at himself; and they enter in and dwell his right hand, to resist him. And there : and the last state of that man the Lord said unto Satan, The Lord is worse than the first.-Matt. xii. rebuke thee, O Satan; even the Lord 43-45. that hath chosen Jerusalem, &c. When any one heareth the word of Zech. iii. 1, 2.

the kingdom, and understandeth it Jesus was led up of the spirit into not, then cometh the wicked one, and, the wilderness, to be tempted of the &c. The tares are the children of devil. And when he had fasted, &c. the wicked one : the enemy that the tempter came to him : he said, If soweth thein, is the devil.-Matt. xiii. thou be the Son of God, command 19. 38, 39. that these stones be made bread. But Jesus rebuked the devil, and he he answered, and said, It is written, departed out of him, and the child &c. Then the devil taketh him up was cured from that very hour, &e. into the holy city, and setteth him on Howbeit, this kind goeth not out a pinnacle of the temple, and saith but by prayer and fasting.—Matt. xvii. unto him, If thou be the Son of God, 18. 21. .cast thyself down : for it is written, Christ suffered not the devils to He shall give his angels charge, &c. speak, because they knew hiin. = Jesus said, It is written again, &c. Mark i. 24, 25, 34. The devil, &c. sheweth him all the Lord, even the devils are subject kingdoms of the world, and the glory unto us through thy name, And he of them; and saith unto him, All said unto them, I beheld Satan as these things will I give thee, if thou lightning, fall from heaven.-Luke x. wilt fall down and worship me, &c. 17, 18, Get thee hence, Satan ; for it is And he was casting out a devil, written, Thou shalt worship the Lord and it was dumb. But some of them thy God; and him only shalt thou said, He casteth out devils through serve.--Matt. iv. 1 18.

Beelzebub, the chief of the devils, &c. When Jesus was come on the other If Satan also be divided against himside, &c. there met him two possessed self, how shall his kingdom stand ? with devils, &c. and they cried out, Because ye say, I cast out devils saying, What have we to do with through Beelzebub. But if I by thee, Jesus, thou Son of God ? art Beelzebub cast out devils, by whom thou come hither to torment us before do your sons cast them out ?—Luke the time? &c. So the devils be- xi. 14, 15. 17—21. Mark iii. 22, 23. sought him, saying, If thou cast us Ought not this woman, being a out, suffer us to go away into the herd daughter of Abraham, whom Satan of swine. And he said unto them, hath bound, lo, these eighteen years, Go, &c. The whole city came out, be loosed ? &c.--Lukę xiii. 16. and besought him that he would de Simon, Simon, behold, Satan hath part out of their coasts.-Matt. viii. desired to have you, that he may sift 28-35. Mark v. 2, &c. Luke viii. you as wheat : but I have prayed for 27, &c.

thee, that thy faith fail not.-Luke When the unclean spirit is gone xxii. 31, 32. out of a man, he walketh through Ye are of your father the devil; dry places, seeking rest, and findeth and the lusts of your father ye will none. Then he saith, I will return do. He was a murderer from the into my house, froin whence I came beginning, and abode not in the out: and when he is come, he findeth truth, because there is no truth in it empty, swept, and garnished: then him: when he speaketh a lie, he

speaketh of his own : for he is a liar, your wrath, neither give place to the and the father of it.-John viii. 44. devil.—Eph. iv. 26, 27.

The devil baving now put it into Put on the whole armour of God, the heart of Judas Iscariot, Simon's that ye may be able to stand against son, to betray him, &c. After Jesus the wiles of the devil ; for we wrestle had given the sop to Judas, Satan not against flesh and blood, but against entered into him.-John xiii. 2. 26, principalities, against powers, against 27. Luke xxii. 3.

the rulers of the darkness of this · The prince of this world cometh, world, against spiritual wickedness and hath nothing in me.-John xiv. 30. (or wicked spirits) in high places :

When the Spirit is come, he will wherefore, take unto you the whole reprove (or convince) the world of armour of God, &c. above all, taking sin, of righteousness, &c. of judgment, the shield of faith, whereby ye shall because the prince of this world is be able to quench all the fiery darts judged.—John xvi. 8, 9. 11,

of the wicked one.--Eph. vi. 11–13. I pray, &c. that thou shouldest 16. keep them from the evil one.—John We would have come unto you, xvii. 15.

even I Paul, once and again, but Sa. Peter said, Ananias, why hath tan hindered us.- 1 Thess. ii. 18. Satan filled thine heart, to lie to the I sent to know your faith, lest by Holy Ghost ?-Acts v. 3.

some means the tempter have temptAnd the God of peace shall bruise ed you.—1 Thess. iii. 5. Satan under your feet shortly. That wicked one be revealed, &c. Rom. xvi. 20.

whose coming is after the working of Thien come together again, lest Satan ; with all power, and signs, and Satan tempt you for your incontinency. lying wonders.--2 Thess. ii. 8, 9. -1 Cor. vii. 5.

Not a novice, lest, being lifted up Confirm your love toward him, with pride, he fall into the condem&c. lest Satan should get an advan- nation of the devil.-1 Tim. iii. 6. tage of us : for we are not ignorant In meekness instructing those, &c. of his devices.-2 Cor. ii. 8–12. that they may recover themselves out

If our gospel be hid, it is hid to of the snare of the devil, who are them that are lost: in whom the god taken captive (or alive) by him at his of this world hath blinded the minds will. 2 Tim. ii. 25, 26. of them which believe not, lest the Through death he might destroy light of the glorious gospel, &c.— him that had the power of death, that 2 Cor. iv. 3, 4.

is, the devil.-Heb. ii. 14. But I fear lest by any means, as Resist the devil, and he will flee the serpent beguiled Eve through his from you.-James iv. 7. subtilty, so your mind should be cor- Be sober, be vigilant; because rupted from the simplicity that is in your adversary the devil, as a roaring Christ, &c. No marvel; for Satan lion, walketh about, seeking whom he himself is transformed into an angel may devour : whom resist, stedof light.—2 Cor. xi. 3. 14. . Acts fast in the faith, knowing that the xiii. 10.

same afflictions are accomplished in There was given to me a thorn in your brethren.—1 Pet. v. 8, 9. the flesh, the messenger of Satan, to write unto you, young men, bebuffet me. -2 Cor. xii. 7.

cause ye have overcome the wicked Ye walked, &c. according to the one.—1 John ii. 13, 14. v. 18. 2 Thess. prince of the power of the air, the iii. 3. spirit that now worketh in the chil- He that committeth sin is of the dren of disobedience.--Eph. ii. 2. devil; for the devil sinneth from the

Let not the sun go down upon beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might the Lord hath not spoken-Deut. destroy the works of the devil; not xviii. 22. as Cain, who was of that wicked one, The devil was a lying spirit in the and slew his brother. John iii. mouth of all the prophets, to deceive 8. 12.

Ahab.- Kings xxii. 19, 20. 23. The angels which kept not their Ezek. xiii. 9. first estate (or principalities) he hath The prophets prophesy lies in my reserved in everlasting chains. The name; I sent them not, neither have archangel, when contending with I commanded them, neither spake the devil, he disputed about the body unto them : they prophesy unto you of Moses, durst not bring against him a false vision and divination, and a a railing accusation ; but said, The thing of nought, and the deceit of Lord rebuke thee.-Jude 6. 9. their heart.-Jer. xiv. 14, 15.

The devil shall cast some of you Beware of false prophets, which into prison : thou dwellest even where come to you in sheep's clothing, but Satan's seat is.—Rev. ii. 10. 13. inwardly they are ravening wolves;

Them of the synagogue of Satan, ye shall know them by their fruits, &C-Rev. iii. 9.

&c. We have prophesied in thy name, The angel of the bottomless pit, cast out devils, and done many wonwhose name in the Hebrew tongue is derful works.-Matt. vii. 15, 16. 22, 23. Abaddon; but in the Greek Apollyon. Take heed, and beware of the learen Rev. ix. 11.

of the Pharisees, &c. of the doctrine of There was war in heaven ; Michael the Pharisees, &c.-Matt. xvi. 6. 11, 12. and his angels fought against the dra- Take heed that no man deceive gon, &c. and the great dragon was you: for many shall come in my cast out, that old serpent, called the name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deyil, and Satan, which deceiveth deceive many, &c. many false prothe whole world : he was cast out phets shall arise, and shall deceive into the earth, and his angels were many, &c. Then if any shall say cast out with him, &c. The accuser unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there of our brethren is cast down, which is Christ, believe it not: for there accused them before our God, day shall arise false Christs and false proand night, &c. Woe unto the inha- phets, and shall shew great signs and bitants of the earth, and of the sea, wonders; insomuch that, if it were for the devil is come down unto you, possible, they should deceive the very having wrath.--Rev. xii. 7–13. elect. Behold, I have told you be

Three unclean spirits, like frogs, fore: wherefore if they shall say unto came out of the mouth of the dragon, you, Behold, he is in the desert, go &c. the spirits of devils, working mi- not forth, &c. For as the lightning racles, &c. Rev. xvi. 13, 14.

cometh out of the east, and shineth Satan laid hold on, bound, cast into even unto the west, so shall also the the bottomless pit, and sealed up coming of the Son of man be.—Matt. from deceiving, &c., let loose again, xxiv. 4, 5. 11. 23-28. and then cast into the lake of fire and Ye received me not : if another brimstone.--Rev. XX.

shall come in his own name, him ye Secr. 11. The Instruments of Sa

will receive.—John v. 43.

Elymas, &c. seeking to turn away tan; Seducers, Deceivers, &c. the deputy from the faith, &c. Panl, LET no man deceive you by any means. &c. said, O full of all subtilty and all - 2 Thess. ü. 3.

mischief! thou child of the devil; When a prophet speaketh in the thou enemy of all righteousness: wilt naine of the Lord, if the thing fol- thou not cease to pervert the right low not, &c. that is the thing which ways of the Lord?-Acts xiii. 8- 1.

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