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bited, and become one nation-God will make a covenant of peace
These wonderful predictions are repeated by this prophet, who
There appears a continued series of analogy and design carried
with the Jews, left on record for important purposes-In general,
have continued the same regular system-Objections answered.
Strong expressions of our Lord relating to this subject-Trans-
The foregoing predictions confirmed and enforced-Mr. Mede's
Establishes the important facts-Our Lord teaches his disciples
His advantages-Relates what Christ told his disciples-They
After the example of their Master, they continue the sacred and
His instructions on the important subject-particularly in his
In these three epistles he occasionally mentions the subject.
THE THESSALONIANS. Fol. 114.
His subject more particularly leading to this event, he dwells
TIMOTHY. Fol. 118.
He is charged before God that he should keep the command-
TITUS. Fol. 119.
The second advent is expressly stated as the great object of the
THE HEBREWS. Fol. 119.
The Old and New Testaments connected-The inefficiency of
THE EPISTLE OF JAMES. Fol. 124.
He assures them that the coming of the Lord is drawing (com-
OF PETER. Fol. 125.
Peter, the chief of the apostles, speaks of it as a certain event-
OF JUDE. Fol. 130.
He asserts that Enoch, the seventh from Adam, had foretold this
THE APOCALYPSE OF JOHN. Fol. 181.
Introduced by showing that this Revelation came from Jesus
INFERENCES. Fol. 143.
An essential doctrine of the Christian revelation-Jesus Christ
ON THE FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE OF THE SCRIPTURES. Fol. 168.
Introduction-Bishop of Gloucester's opinion of the prophetic
THE 11TH CHAPTER OF THE REVELATION. Fol. 177.
The 15 verses recited-The first vision of the apostle-the lit-
THE WITNESSES: WHO AND WHAT THEY ARE. Fol. 187.
Not a succession of witnesses-They are the olive trees and
s one of Christ's witnesses mentioned by John-These wit-