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ing the People, they hire Judas to betray him
might have Eternal Life, confifting in the Knowledge of God, and might be preferved in Unity and Truth; and that they and all other Believers might be glorified with him: Which feems to be the Pattern or Model of his eternal INTERCESSION in the Heavens
Chrift foretels bis Paffion and Death, Refurrection and Afcenfion, upon feveral Occafions 316
The Hiftory of CHRIST'S Paffion and Death; wherein the Prophecies relating thereto were in the moft minute Circumflances accomplished, as will appear by the References annexed 319 His Agony in the Garden, and Prayers whilft bis Difciples flept
By the Treachery of Judas, He is difcovered and taken 322
The Blefedness refulting to Mankind by the Paffion and Death of Chrift Jefus our Redeemer:
I. With respect to the Almighty; the Divine Juftice is propitiated.
II. With respect to Mankind:
1. Pardon, Mercy, and Grace, is purchased through the infinite Merits of his Sacred Blood; which be offered as a Sacrifice for the Sins of the World. 2. A Deliverance from the Power of Sin and Satan, and all the Allurements of this World, thro' the fanctifying and enlightning Influences of the Holy Spirit.
3. A free Access to the Throne of Grace, thro' the Interceffion of Chrift Jefus.
4. Peace of Confcience, and Joy in the Holy Ghost. 5. A Deliverance from the Terrors of Death.
6. The State of endless Reft, Peace and Joy, in the Kingdom of Celestial Glory.
Which are fully delineated in feveral Parts of the
Holy Scripture, as will appear by the References
Chrift is brought bound before Caiaphas the High Prieft. Peter's firft Denial 326
The Examination of Chrift concerning bis Doctrine and Difciples. The High Prieft adjuring Chrift to tell him, whether he was the Christ, the Son of the living God. Our Saviour avows his DEITY; upon which they pronounce him guilty of Blafphemy. Peter's fecond Denial. Peter's third Denial, and Tears 328 Chrift is mocked, fpit upon, fmitten 331 He is brought into the Judgment-Hall. The Defperation of Judas 333
He is accufed before Pontius Pilate of Sedition, and affecting the Kingdom. His excellent Confeffion. Publick Teftimony of Innocence given of him by Pi334
He is led unto Herod, and mocked
337 He is brought out of the City of Jerufalem to the Place of his Suffering 342 Chrift is crucified. Wine mingled with Myrrh is given him to drink 343
He prays for his Murderers. The Title written on the Crofs. The Divifion of his Garments ibid. An Enumeration of the Blafphemies against Christ crucified. The Converfion of one of the Thieves crucified with him 344 Ile commends the Care of his Mother to John. The Sun is darkned. He complains that he is forfaken of God
He fhews bimfelf to his Difciples at the Sea
The ACTS of the APOSTLES.
Containing their Hiftory for the Space of about Thirty Tears; and is concluded feven Tears before the Deftruction of Jerufalem, and the total Subverfion of the Jewish Commonwealth: St. Peter and St. Paul having fuffered Martyrdom about Three Tears before
CHA P. I. CHA P. II. The Apoftles filled with the Holy Ghoft, and fpeaking divers Languages, are admired by fome, and derided by others. Whom Peter difproving, and fhewing that the Apostles fpake by the Power of the Holy Ghoft; that Jefus was rifen from the Dead, afcended into Heaven, had poured down the fame Holy Ghoft, and was the Meffiah; a Man known to them to be approved of God by his Miracles, Wonders, and Signs, and not crucified without bis determinate Counfel and Fore knowledge. He baptizeth a great Number that were converted, who afterwards devoutly and charitably converfed together: the Apostles working many Miracles, and God daily increafing bis Church. To which is annexed, The Prophecies and Promifes relating to the Effufion of the Holy Ghoft CHA P. III. CHA P. IV. CHAP. V. CHAP. VI.
CHAP. X. Cornelius, an Officer in the Roman Army, a devout Man, being directed by an Angel, fendeth for Peter: who by a Vifion is taught not to