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are not under the law, but under communion hath light with darkness ? grace? God forbid, &c.—Rom. vi. —2 Cor. vi. 14. 1, 2. 6. 11-13. 15.
Having these promises, &c. let us What I hate, that do I, &c. the cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of evil which I would not, that I do.- the flesh and spirit, &c.--2 Cor. vii. 1. Rom. vii. 15. 19.
Now I pray to God that ye If ye through the Spirit do mortify evil.--2 Cor. xiii. 7. the deeds of the body, ye shall live. Ye have been called unto liberty, -Rom. viii. 13.
only use not liberty for an occasion Abhor that which is evil, &c. re- to the flesh, &c. fulfil not the lusts compense to no man evil for evil, &c. of the flesh, &c. aldultery, fornicabe not overcome of evil, but over- tion, uncleanness, lasciviousness, come evil with good.-Rom. xii. 9. idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, 17. 21.
emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, The night is far spent, the day is heresies, envyings, murders, drunkenat hand: let us therefore cast off the ness, revellings, and such like, &c. works of darkness, &c. Let us walk they which do such things shall not honestly as in the day, not in rioting inherit the kingdom of God.-Gal. v. and drunkenness, not in chambering 13. 16. 19—21. and wantonness, not in strife and Be ye angry and sin not: let not envying, &c. make not provision for the sun go down upon your wrath, the flesh to fulfil the lusts thereof. neither give place to the devil. Let Rom. xiii. 12-14.
him that stole, steal no more.-Eph. . I would have you wise unto that iv. 26—28. which is good, but simple (or harm Fornication, &c. let it not be once less) concerning evil.-Rom. xvi. 19. named amongst you, as becometh
Know ye not that the unrighteous saints, &c. Have no fellowship with shall not inherit the kingdom of God? the unfruitful works of darkness; but be not deceived: neither fornicators, rather reprove them, &c. Be not nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor ef- drunk with wine, wherein is excess. feminate, nor abusers of themselves -Eph. v. 3. 11. 18.
6.8. with mankind, nor thieves, nor cove
This is the will of God, even your tous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor sanctification, &c. for God hath not extortioners, shall inherit the king- called us unto uncleanness, but unto dom of God, &c. Now the body is holiness.—1 Thess. iv. 3, 4. 7. not for fornication, but for the Lord, Abstain from all appearance of &c. Flee fornication.—1 Cor. vi. 9, evil.—1 Thess. v. 22. 10. 13. 18. Heb. xiii. 4. Eph. v.5.7. She that liveth in pleasure, is dead
Now these things were our exam- while she liveth, &c. Keep thyself ples, to the intent we should not pure.—1 Tim. v. 6. 22. sust after evil things, as they also Let every one that nameth the lusted: neither be ye idolaters, &c. name of Christ depart from iniquity: neither commit fornication, &c. nei- and flee also youthful lusts.—2 Tim. ther let us tempt Christ, &c. neither ii. 19. 22. murmur ye, &c. Flee from idolatry. The grace of God that bringeth - 1 Cor. x. 6–10. 14. Deut. vi. 16. salvation hath appeared to all men ;
Charity rejoiceth not in iniquity. teaching us, that denying ungodliness - 1 Cor. xiii. 6.
and worldly lusts, we should live, &c. Awake to righteousness, and sin - Titus ii. 11, 12. not, &c. The sting of death is sin. Exhort one another daily, lest any - Cor. xv. 34. 56.
you be hardened through the deWhat fellowship hath righteous- ceitfulness of sin.--Heb. iii. 13. ness with unrighteousness? and what If we sin wilfully after that we
Col. iii. 5,
have received the knowledge of the That the word of God be not blasa truth, there remaineth no more sa- phemed. Not purloining, that they crifice for sins; but a certain fearful may adorn the doctrine of God our looking for of judgment, &c.—Heb. Saviour in all things.—Titus ii. 5. 10. X. 26, 27.
Let us lay aside every weight, and IV. God's Erpostulations, Comthe sin which doth so easily beset
plaints, Threatenings, and Judgus.—Heb. xii. 1.
ments against Sinners for their Wherefore lay apart all filthiness
several Sins, Disobedience, and and superfluity of nanghtiness, &c.
Rebellions.-Jer. xxxi. 29, 30. Pure religion is this, &c. to keep It is a fearful thing to fall into the himself unspotted from the world. – hands of the living God.—Heb. x. 31. James i. 21. 27.
For our God is a consuming fire.Whosoever shall keep the whole Heb. xii. 29. law, and yet offend in one point, he is God expostulates with Adam and guilty of all: for,&c.- Jamesii. 10, 11. Eve for eating of the forbidden fruit.
Cleanse your hands, ye sinners, and -Gen. iii. 9–13. 16—19. purify your hearts, &c.-James iv. 8.
Cain rose up against Abel his broWherefore laying aside all malice, ther, and slew him; and the Lord and all guile, and hypocrisies, and said unto Cain, &c. Now art thou envies, &c. • Dearly beloved, I be- cursed from the earth, &c.—Gen. iv. seech you as strangers, and pilgrims, 8–12. abstain froin fleshly lusts which war And God saw that the wickedness against the soul.- 1 Pet. ii, 1. 11. of man was great in the earth, &c. Eph. iv. 29—31.
and it repented the Lord, that he had He that will love life, &c. let him made man on the earth, and it grieved eschew evil, for the face of the Lord him at his heart. And the Lord said, is against them that do evil.—1 Pet. I will destroy man whom I have creiii. 10-12.
ated, from the face of the earth, &c. The time past may suffice us, that for it repenteth me that I have made we have wrought the will of the Gen- them.—Gen. vi. 5—7. tiles.- 1 Pet. iv. 3.
Accordingly he did destroy them Seeing then that all these things by the flood.-Gen. vii. 4. 22, 23. shall be dissolved, what manner of I will require of man the life of persons ought ye to be in all holy man. Whoso sheddeth man's blood, conversation and godliness ?-2 Pet. by man shall his blood be shed.iii. 11.
Gen. ix. 5, 6. These things write I unto you, Sodom and Gomorrah, because that
ye sin not, &c.—1 John ii. 1. their sin was very grievous, and the Every man that hath this hope in cry of them waxed great before the him, purifieth himself, as he is pure, face of the Lord, he rained upon them &c. Whosoever abideth in him, sin- brimstone and fire from the Lord out neth not: whosoever sinneth, hath of heaven; and he overthrew those not seen him, neither knoweth him, cities, and all the plain, and all the &c. He that comunitteth sin is of inhabitants of the cities, &c. Lot's the devil.-1 John üïi. 3. 6. 8. wife for her disobedience in looking
Hating the very garment spotted back, was turned into a pillar of salt. with the flesh.— Jude 23.
-Gen. xviii. 20. xix. 13. 24-26. I will therefore that the younger God slew Er and Onan for their women, &c. give none occasion to wickedness.-Gen. xxxviii. 7. 10. the adversary to speak reproachfully, God met with Joseph's brethren, &c. Some are already turned aside, for their sin in selling Joseplt.-Gen. &c.—1 Tim. v. 14, 15.
xliv. 16. xlii. 21.
Many plagues and judgments, and the Lord smote the people with against and upon Pharaoh and the a great plague.—Numb. xi. 1. 4, 5. Egyptians for their sins, in not letting 20. 33. Israel go.—Exod. vii. viii. ix. X. And Miriam and Aaron spake xi. xii.
against Moses, &c. And the anger of God said, he would send his angel the Lord was kindled against them, before Israel: but he would not go &c. And Miriam became leprous.up, because they had sinned.—Exod. Numb. xii. 1, 2. 9, 10. xxxii. 2, &c.
The children of Israel murmured And the Lord said unto Moses, I against Moses and against Aaron; have seen this people, and behold it and said, Would God we had died in is a stiffnecked people: now there- the land of Egypt, &c. Wherefore fore let me alone, that my wrath may hath the Lord brought us unto this wax hot against them, and that I may land to fall by the sword, that our consume them, &c. Whosoever hath wives and children should be a prey? sinned against me, him will I blot &c. Let us make us a captain, and let out of my book, &c. I will visit us return, &c. And the Lord said, their sins upon them. And the Lord &c. How long will it be ere they beplagued the people, because they lieve me? &c. I will smite them with made the calf.—Exod. xxxii. 9, 10. the pestilence, and disinherit them, 33–35.
&c. Surely they shall not see the God's judgment upon Nadab and land, &c. Your carcasses shall fall in Abihu for offering strange fire, &c.— this wilderness, &c. But your little Levit. X. 1, 2.
said should be a prey, Defile not ye yourselves in any of them will I bring in, and they shall these things : for in all these the na- know the land which ye have destions are defiled which I cast out pised, &c. Those who brought up before you: &c. therefore I do visit the evil report upon the land, died of the iniquity thereof upon it, and the the plague, &c.—Numb. xiv. 1–4. land itself vomiteth out her inhabi- 11, 12. 23. 29. 31, 32. 36, 37. tants. Ye shall not commit any of Korah and his company, for rebelthese abominations, &c. that the land ling against Moses, and against spue not you out also when ye defile Aaron, were swallowed up of the it, as it spued out the nations that earth, &c. The people murmured were before you.-Levit. xviii. 24– against Moses for this: and God sent 26. 28.
the plague amongst them.--Numb. But if ye will not hearken unto xvi. 1-3. 30–33. 41. 45, 46. me, &c. I will appoint over you Aaron and Moses both died, and terror, &c. And if you will not for were not suffered to enter into the all this hearken, &c. then will I chas- land, because they rebelled against tise you seven times more for
your God's word at the waters of Meribah, sins,-Levit. xxvi. 14–39.
Numb. xx. 12. 23, 24. Deut. iii, The people complained (or mur- 27. xxxii. 48–51. iv. 21, 22. mured), and it displeased the Lord: O that there were such a heart in and his anger was kindled, and the them, that they would fear me, &c.fire of the Lord burned amongst them, Deut. v. 29. and consumed in the utternost parts The people spake against God, of the camp, &c. And they fell a and against Moses: Wherefore have lusting, &c. and said, Who shall give ye brought us up out of Egypt, to die us flesh to eat? &c. And while the in the wilderness ? for there is no flesh was yet between their teeth, bread, neither is there any water; ere it was chewed, the wrath of the and our soul loatheth this light bread. Lord was kindled against the people, And the Lord sent fiery serpents
among the people, and they bit the all that he hath, because he hath people, and much people of Israel transgressed, &c. And accordingly, died.-Numb. xxi. 5, 6.
Achan and his were stoned and burnt. The people began to commit whore- - Josh, vii. 1. 4, 5. 10. 12, 13. 15. dom with the daughters of Moab, &c. 24–26. and bowed down to their gods, &c. If ye forsake the Lord, and serve And the
anger of the Lord was kind- strange gods, then he will turn and led against Israel, and there was do you hurt, and consume you after a plague amongst them, whereof that he hath done you good.- Josh. twenty and four thousand died.- xxiv. 20. Judges ii. 13—15. x. 6. 13. Numb. xxv. 1-3. 8, 9.
God rendered the wickedness of All the men that followed Baal-peor, Abimelech, &c. in slaying his seventy the Lord thy God hath destroyed brethren: and all the evil of the men them.-Deut. iv. 3.
of Shechem did God render upon If thou do at all forget the Lord their heads, &c.— Judges ix. 56, 57. thy God, and walk after other gods, God said, Did not I deliver you? and serve them, and worship them; &c. yet have ye forsaken me, &c. I testify against you this day, that ye wherefore I will deliver you no more. shall surely perish, as the nations Go and cry unto the gods ye have which the Lord destroyed before your chosen ; let them deliver you, &c.face.-Deut. viii. 19, 20. xxxi. 16–18. Judges x. 11-14.
For the wickedness of these na Samsons's Delilah was his ruin.tions, the Lord thy God doth drive Judges xvi. 15—21. them out, &c.—Deut. ix. 5. xviii. The Benjamites cut off, and des9, &c.
troyed, for their great sin in abusing If thy brother, &c. thy daughter, the Levite's concubine to death.— or thy wife, &c. entice thee secretly, Judges i. xix. xx. saying, Let us go and serve other God threatens Eli for his suffering gods, &c. thou shalt not spare him, his sons to sin so in the priesthood. but thou shalt surely kill him, &c.— -1 Sam. ii. 22, &c. Deut. xiii. 6, &c.
The Lord said, I will perform If thou wilt not hearken unto the against Eli all things which I have voice of the Lord thy God, to observe spoken concerning his house, &c. for to do all his commandments, and I have told him, that I will judge his his statutes, which I command thee house for ever, for the iniquity which this day; all these curses shall come he knoweth ; because his sons made upon thee, and overtake thee; cursed themselves vile, and he restrained shalt thoù be in the city, and cursed them not: and therefore have I sworn shalt thou be in the field, &c.—Deut. unto the house of Eli, that the inixxviii. 15, &c. xxix. 19, 20. iii: 17–19. quity of Eli's house shall not be pur
Do ye thus requite the Lord, Oged with sacrifice nor offering for foolish people and unwise? Is not he ever.—1 Sam. ii. 11-14. iv. 17, 18. thy father? &c.-Deut. xxxii. 6.32, &c. God's judgments upon the Philis
Achan sinned in taking the cursed tines, while they kept the ark of God thing; and the anger of the Lord was amongst them. -1 Sam. v. 6, &c. kindled against the children of Israel, He smote the men of Bethshemesh, &c. and the men of Ai smote of because they had looked into the ark them, &c. The Lord said, &c. of the Lord, &c. fifty thousand and neither will I be with you any more, threescore and ten men. - 1 Sam. except ye destroy the accursed from vi. 19. among you. Up, &c. And God said, The elders of Israel came to SamHe that is taken with the accursed uel, and said, Make us a king to thing shall be burnt with fire, he and judge us, like all the nations, &c.
And the Lord said unto Samuel, &c. dancing before the ark, &c. therefore They have not rejected thee, but they she had no child unto the day of her have rejected me, that I should not death, &c.--2 Sam. vi. 6–8. 16. 23. reign over them, &c. And God said, David's sin in the matter of Uriah's Ye shall cry out because of your wife, &c. displeased the Lord. king, &c. and the Lord will not hear 2 Sam. xi. 27. you in that day.-1 Sam. viij. 4, 5. And Nathan said unto David, &c. 7. 18, 19. X. 19.
Thus saith the Lord God of Israel, I The Lord sent thunder and rain in anointed thee king over Israel, &c. wheat harvest; and all the people and if that had been too little, I would greatly feared the Lord and Samuel. moreover have given unto thee such We have added unto all our sins and such things : wherefore hast thou this evil, to ask us a king, &c If ye despised the commandment of the shall still do wickedly, ye shall be Lord, to do evil in his sight? that consumed, both ye and your king. -- thou hast killed Uriah, &c. Now 1 Sam. xii. 17-19. 25.
therefore the sword shall never depart Saul offered sacrifice himself, &c. from thy house, &c. Behold, I will Samuel said to him, Thou hast done raise up evil against thee out of thine foolishly, &c. but now thy kingdom own house ; and I will take thy shall not continue.--1 Sam. xiii. 9, wives before thine eyes, and give 10. 13, 14.
them unto thy neighbour, and he shall Samuel said unto Saul, Because thou lie with thy wives in the sight of this hast rejected the word of the Lord, sun, &c. The child also shall surely he hath also rejected thee from being die, &c. And the child died.—2 Sam. king.-1 Sam. xv. 9. 11. 17. 22, xii. 7—12. 14. 18. 23. 26.
Then Amnon, David's son, forceth The Lord also took away his Spirit Tamar, sister of Absalom, &c. And from Saul, and an evil spirit from Absalom killeth Amnon. -2 Sam. the Lord troubled him.--1 Sam. xvi. xiii. 11-14.28, 29. 1. 14. xix. 9.
Absalom conspireth against David, And when Saul inquired of the and rebels.—2 Sam. xv. Lord, the Lord answered him not, Absalom went in unto his father's neither by dreams, nor by Urim, nor concubines, in the sight of all Israel. by prophets, &c. Then he goes to a -2 Sam. xvi. 21, 22. familiar spirit, &c. Samuel said, Why Ahithophel's wickedness in adherhast thou disquieted me, &c. And ing to Absalom against David ; and Saul said, God is departed from me, his wicked counsels are punished, by and answereth me no more, &c. The his being rejected and given up to Lord hath rent the kingdom out of hang himself.—2 Sam. xvii. 1-3.23. thine hand : because thou obeyedst Absalom is slain himself.2 Sam. not the voice of the Lord, nor execu- xviii. 14, 15. tedst his fierce wrath upon Amalek; There was a famine, &c. And Datherefore hath the Lord done this vid inquired of the Lord: and the thing unto thee this day, &c.—1 Sam. Lord answered, It is for Saul, and for xxviii. 6, 7. 15—19. 2 Chron. x. his bloody house; because he slew 13, 14.
the Gibeonites, &c. The children of Uzzah put forth his hand to the Israel had sworn unto them: and Saul ark of God, and took hold of it, &c. sought to slay them in his zeal.and the anger of the Lord was kind- 2 Sam. xxi. 1, 2. Josh. ix. 15. led against Uzzah; and God smote And the anger of the Lord was him there for his error (or rashness), kindled against Israel,&c. David said, and there he died, &c. Michal, Da- Go, number ye the people, &c. So the vid's wife, despised David for his Lord sent a pestilence upon Israel,