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the majesty: for all that is in the dominion and power, both soft Heb.xi 6. HIS EXISTENCE.

heaven and in the earth is thine; and ever. Amen. Job xii, 7-10. But ask now tho thou art exalted us bead above

thine is the kingdom, O Lord, and beasts, and they shall teach thee;

HIS IMMORTALITY AND
all.
and the fowls of the air, and they

Neh. ix, 6, 32. .....
Stand up

FELICITY.
shall tell thee: Or speak to the

Exod. iii, 14. And God said unto earth, and it shall teach thee; and and bless the LORD your God for the fishes of the sea shall declare ever and ever; and blessed be thy Moses, I AM THAT I AM.....

Deut. xxxii, 40. For I lift up my unto thee. Who knoweth not in glorious name, which is exalted all these that the hand of tho above all blessing and praise. hand to heaven, and say, I live LORD hath wrought this!

In Tour God, the great, the mighty, for ever. whose hand is the soul of every and the terrible God.

Ps. xviii, 46. The LORD liveth... living thing, and the breath of all Job xiii, 11. Shall not his excel

P8. cxix, 12. Blessed art thou, maukind.

lency make you afraid? and his O LORD: teach me thy statutes. Ps. xix, 1, 2. The heavens de- dread fall upon you?

Jer. x, 10. But the LORD .... is clare the glory of God; and the Job xxxiii, 12. Behold, in this

the living God..... firinament showeth his handy- thou art not just: I will answer

Rom. I, 23, 25. And changed the work. Day unto day uttereth thee, that God is greater than

glory of the incorruptible God speech, and night unto night man.

into an image mude like to corsheweth knowledge.

Job xxxvii, 22. .... With God ruptible man, and to birds, and P3. c, 3. Know ye that the LORD is terrible majesty.

four-footed beasts, and creeping he is God: it is he that hath made Ps. xxix, 4. The voice of the things. Who changed the truth us, and not we ourselves: we are LORD is powerful; the voice of the of God into a lie, and worshipped his people, and the sheep of his LORD is full of majesty.

and served the creature more pasture. Rom. i, 20. For the invisible is in the sanctuary : who is 80 Ps. Ixxvii, 13. Thy way, o God, than the Creator,who is blessed for

ever. Amen. things of him from the creation

2 Çor. xi, 31. The God and of the world are clearly seen, great & God as our God. being understood by the things

Ps. xcil, 8. But thou, LORD, art which is blessed for evermore,

Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, that are made, even his eternal most high for evermore.

knoweth that I lie not. power and Godhead; so that they

Ps. xciii, 1. The LORD reigneth; 1 Tim. I, 11, 17. According to are without excuse.

he is clothed with majesty. . the glorious gospel of the blessed Heb. iii, 4. For every house is builded by some man; but he that L's. xcv, 3. For the Lord is a God, which was committed to my built all things is God.

great God, and a great King above trust. Now unto the King eterall gods.

nal, immortal, invisible, the only

wise God, be honour and glory

Ps. xcvii, 9. For thou, LORD, art for ever and over. Amen.
Ps. xiv, 1. The fool hath said in high above all the earth; thou art

1 Tim. vì, 15, 16.

Who is his heart, There is no God. They exalted far above all gods.

the blessed and only Potentate, are corrupt; they have done abominablo works, there is none Zion; and he is bigla above all lords; Ps. xcix, 2. The LORD is great in the King of kings, and Lord of

Who only hath immorthat doeth good. Pelin,

people.
Ps. xxxvi, 1. The transgression
of the wicked saith within my soul. O'LORD my God, thou art

Ps. civ, 1. Bless the LORD, O my
heart, that there is no fear of God

HIS UNITY AND INCOMbefore his eyes.

Very great; thou art clothed with
honour and majesty.

PARABILITY.
Ps. liii, 1. The fool hath said

Ecod. viii, 10. And he said, To in his heart, There is no God, thou juhabitant of Zion: for great according to thy word; that thou

Isa. xii, 6. Cry out and shout,

morrow And he said. Be it Corrupt are they, and have done is the Holy One of Israel in the abominable iniquity: there is none midst of thee.

mayest know that there is none that doeth good. 7. xiv. l.

like unto the LORD our God. Isa. xxiv, 14. They shall lift up Exod. is, 14. For I will at thie HIS MAJESTY.

their voice, they shall sing for the time send all my plagues upon Deut. x, 17. For the LORD your majesty of the LORD.....

thine heart, and upon thy serGod is God of gods, and Lord of Isa. xxxiii, 6. The Lord is exalt vants, and upon thy people; that Jords, a great God, a mighty, and ed; for he dwelleth on high: he thou mayest know that there is a terrible.

hath filled Zion with judgment none like me in all the earth. Deut. xxxil, 3. Because I will and righteousness.

Exod. xv, 11. Who is like unto publish the name of the LORD: as Jer. xxxii, 18. ....

thee, () LORD, among the gods?

The Great, who is like thee, glorious in holicribe ye greatness unto our God. the Mighty God, the LORD of ness, fearful in praises, doing

wonders? 1 Chron. xxix, 11. Thine, O Lord, hosts, is his name. is the greatness, and the power, Jude 25. To the only wise God Exod. xx, 3. Thou shalt bare and the glory, and the victory, and I our Saviour, be glory and majesty, no other gods before me.

tality. ....

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our ears.

fure hito: and he said, Behold, fore me there was no God formed, none like unto thee.

Deut. iv, 12, 35, 36, 39. And thoi to all that, we have heard with the first, and I am the last; and LOED spake unto you out of the

7 2 Bam. vii. 22. besides me there is no God. And midst of the fire: ye heard the Neh. ix, 6. Thou, even thou, art who, as I, shall call, and shall Voice of the words, but saw no LORD alone. .

declare it, and set it in order for similitude; only ye heard a voice. Cnto thee it was shewed, that say, Lord, who is like unto thee, coming, and shall come, let them

P3. XXXV, 10. All my bones shall me, since I appointed the ancient

people? and the things that are tbou mightest know that the LORD which deliverest the poor. he is God; there is none else be

shew unto them. Fear ye not, side him. Out of heaven he made

Ps. Lxxxill, 18. That men may neither be afraid: have I not told thee to hear his voice, that he know that thou, whose name

thee from that time, and have demight instruct thee; and upon

alone is JEHOVAH, art the most clared if ye are even my witearth he showed thee his great high over all the earth.

nesses. Is there a God besides fire, and thou heardest his words Ps. lxxxvi, 8, 10. Among the me? yea, there is no God; I know out of the midst of the fire. Know gods there is none like unto thee; not any. therefore this day, and consider it O Lord; neither are there any

18a. xlv, 0, 6, 18-22. I am in thine heart, that the Lord he works like unto thy works. For the LORD, and there is none else; is God in heaven

above, and upon thou art great, and doest wondrous there is no God besido me: the earth beneath; there is none things: thou art God alone.

That they may know from the else.

Ps. lxxxix, 6. For who in the rising of the sun, and from the Deut. v, 7. Thou shalt have done heaven can be compared unto the west, that there is none beside me. other gods before me.

LORD? who among the sons of the I am the Lord, and there is none Deut. vi, 4. Hear, O Israel; The mighty can be likened unto the else. For thus saith the LORD LORD our God is one LORD. LORD?

that created the heavens, God Deut. xxxl, 39. See now that I, Ps. cxxxv, 4, 5. For the LORD himself that formed the earth, and even I, am he, and there is no god hath chosen Jacob unto himself, created it not

in vain, he formed it

made it; he hath established it, he with me: I kill, and I make alive; and Israel for his peculiar trea- to be inhabited: I am the Lord; I wound, and 'I heal: neither is sure. For I know that the LORD and there is none else. Assemble there any that can deliver out of is great, and that our Lord is my hand, above all gods.

yourselves and come; draw near

together, yo that are escaped of Deut. xxxili, 26. There is none Ps. cxlviii, 13. Let them praise the nations: they have no knowlike unto the God of Jeshurun, the name of the Lord: for his ledge that set up the wood of Echo rideth upou the heaven in name alone is excellent; his glory their graven image, and pray unto thy help, and in his excellency on is above the earth and heaven.

a god that cannot save. Tell ye, the sky.

© Isa. Xxvi, 13. O LORD our God, and bring them near; yea, let 1 Sam. ii, 2. There is none holy other lords besides thee have had them take counsel together: who as the LORD: for there is none bes dominion over us; but by thee hath declared this from ancieut sides thee; neither is there any only will we make mention of tby time? who hath told it from that rock like our God.

time? have not I the LORD? and 2 Sam. vii, 22. Wherefore thou 182. xxxvii, 16, 20. O LORD of there is no God else besides me; a art great, O LORD God; for there is hosts, God of Israel, that dwellest just God and a Saviour, there is none like thee, neither is there between the cherubims, thou art none besides me. Look unto me, any God besides thee, according the God, even thou alone, of all the and be ye saved, all the ends of to all that, we have heard with kingdoms of the earth; thou hast the earth; for I am God, and our ears. I Chron. xvii. 20. made heaven and earth. Now there is none else. 2 Sam. xxii, 32. For who is God, therefore, O LORD our God, save

Isa. xlvi, 9. Remember the forsave the LORD? and who is a rock, kingdoms of the earth may know and there is none else; I am God, us from his hand, that all the

mer things of old: for I am God, Eave our God? Ps. xviii. 31.

that thou art the LORD, even thou and there is none like me. f. vor. S. 1 Kings vill, 23, 60. And he said, only. 2 Kings xix. 15, 20 LORD God of Israel, there is no

Isa. xl, 18. To whom then will

Jer. x, 6-8, 10. Forasmuch as God like thee, in heaven above, or on earth beneath. ... That all ye liken God? or what likeness there is none like unto thee, o the people of the earth may know will ye compare unto him?fizer, 24. Lord; thou art great, and thy

Who that the LORD is God, and that

13a. xliii, 10-13, 15. Ye are my would not fear thee, o King of there is none else. 2'Caron. vi.witnesses, saith the LORD, and my bations? for to them doth it

2 Kings v, 15. And he returned servant whom I have chosen; that appertain: forasmuch as among company, and came and stood be- and understand that I am he: be- and in all their kingdoms, there is

But they now I know that there is no God neither shall there be after me. I, even I, am the LORD; and be the stock is a doctrine of vanities.

are altogether brutish and foolish; in all the earth, but in Israel. ...

sides me there is no saviour. I 2 Kings xis, 15. And Hezekiah have declared, and have saved, is the living God, and an ever

But the Lord is the true God, he prayed before the Lord, and said, and I have shewed, when there lasting King: at his wrath the O LORD God of Israel, which was no strange god among you: earth shall tremble, and the nadwellest between the cherubim, therefore ye are my witnesses, thou art the God, even thou alone, saith the LORD, that I am God. tions shall not be able to abide his of all the kingdoras of the earth; Yea, before the day was, I am he;

indignation. tbon hast made heaven and and there is none that can deliver Hosea xiii, 4. Yet I am the earth.d.n.20. Ps.xcvi, 5.

out of my hand: I will work, and LORD thy God from the land of 1 Chron. xvi, 26. For all the who shall let it? I am the LORD, Egypt, and thou shalt know no gods of the people are idols; but your Holy One, the Creator of god but me: for there is no saviour the LORD made the heavens. Israel, your King.

beside me. 1 Chron. xvii, 20. O LORD, there Isa. xliv, 6-8. Thug saith the Joel ii, 27. And ye shall know {8 none like thee, neither is there LORD, the king of Israel, and his that I am in the midst of Israel, any God beside thee, according 'Redeemer the LORD of hosts; I am and that I am the LORD your

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God, and none else: and my peo P3. Ixxix, 9. Help us, O God of knoweth the way that I take!
ple shall never be ashamed. our salvation, for the glory of thy when he hath tried me, I shall
name......

come forth as goldl.
Micah vii, 18. Who 13 a God
like unto thee, that pardoneth

Ps. civ, 31. The glory of the Job xxvi, 9. He holdeth back
iniquity. .
Lord shall endure for ever: the the face of his throne, and spread-

oth his cloud upon it. hak. 1.10. Zech. xiv, 9. And the Lond shan LORD shall rejoice in his works.

be King over all the earth; in that P3. cxiii, 4. The LORD is high Isa. xl, 18. To whom then will day shall there be one LORD, and above all nations, and his glory yo liken God? or what likeness His name one.

above the heavens. Math.

will ye compare unto him?

Ps. cxxxviii, 5. Yea, they shall John i, 18. No man hath seen xix. 17, and Matth. Xxiii, 9. And call no man

your father upon the carth: for sing in the ways of the Lord: for God at any time; the only begotten E Mart

Son, which is in the bosom of the one is your Father, which is in great is the glory of the LORD. *.18. Lukeheaven.

Isa. vi, 3. And one cried unto Father, he hath declared him. Mario xii, 29, 32. And Jesus an- another, and said, Holy, holy, John iv, 24. God 73 a Spirit: and swered him, The first of all the holy, is the Lord of hosts: the they that worship lim must worcommandments is, Hear, O Israel; whole earth is full of his glory. ship him in spirit and in truth. The Lord our God is one Lord: Isa, XXXV, 2.

They shall

John v, 37. And the Father And the scribe said unto him, see the glory of the Lord, and the himself

, which hath sent me, Well, Master, thou hast said excellency of our God.

hath borne witness of me. Ye the truth: for there is one God; Isa. xl, 5. And the glory of the lave neither heard his voice at and there is none other but he.

LORD shall be revealed, and all any time, nor seen his shape.
John xvii, 3. And this is lifo flesh shall see it together: for the
eternal, that they might know mouth of the LORD liath spoken it. nath seen the Father, save he

John vi, 46. Not that any man
thee the only true God, and Isa. 1x, 1. Arise, shine; for thy which is of God, he hath seen the
Jesus Christ, whom thou hast light is come, and the glory of the Father.
LORD is risen upon thee.

Rom. i, 20. For the invisible 30. 1 Cor. viii, 6. But to us there is

Hab. ii, 14. For tho earth shall things of him from the creation out one God, the Father, of whom be filled with the knowledge of of the world are clearly seen, being Rom. xvi. are all things, and were in him; am the glory of the LORD, as the understood by the things that are

made, eren his eternal power and 27. are all things, and we by him.

Hab. iii, 3.

His glory Godliead; so that they are without Gal. iii, 20. Now a mediator is jómi not a mcdiator of one; but God is

covered the heavens, and the excuse.
earth was full of his praise.

Col. I, 15. Who is the imamo of
Eph. iv, 6. One God and Father will be unto her' a wall of fire every creature.

Zech. ii, 5. For I, saith the LORD, the invisible God, the first-born of of all, who is above all, and 13,16 through all, and in you all.

round about, and will be the glory 1 Tim. i, 17. Now into the King in the midst of her.

eternal, immortal, invisible, the 1 Tim. ii, 5. For there is ono hedde 4, God, and one mediator between the Lord came upon them, and the glory for ever and ever. Amen.

Luke li, 9. And, lo, the angel of only wise God, be honour and God and men, the man Christ ¿3; Jesus. glory of the Lord shune round

1 Tim. vi, 16. Who only hath about them; and they were sore immortality, dwelling in the light James ii, 19. Thou believest

afraid. that there is one God; thon doest

which no man can approach unto;

Acts vii, 55. But he, being full whom no man lath seen, nor can well: the devils also believe, and trenble.

of the Holy Ghost, looked up see. ....

stedfastly into heaven, and saw James iv, 12. There is one law- the glory of God, and Jesus stand. Egypt, not fearing the wrath of

Icb, xi, 27. By faith he forsook giver, who is able to save and to ing on the right hand of God. destroy: who art thou that judg

the king for he endured, as seeest another?

Rev. XV, 8. And the temple was ing him who is invisible. filled with smoke from the glory

1 John iv, 12. No man hath seen
of God, and from his power.
HIS GLORY.

God at any time. ...
Exod. xv, 1. Then sang Moses

II.

IIIS ETERNITY. and the children of Israel this HIS ATTRIBUTES.

Exod. iii, 14. 15. And God said song unto the LORD, and spake, NATURAL ATTRIBUTES. mmto Moses, I AM THAT I AM... saying, I will sing unto the LORD,

AndGodsaidmoreover unto Moses, for he hath triumphed gloriously: HIS SPIRITUALITY AND INVISIBILITY.

Thus shalt thou say unto the chilthe horse and his rider hath he

Exod. xxxiii, 20. And he said, dren of Israel, The Lord God of thrown into the sea.

Thou canst not see my face: for Exod. xxxiii, 18. And he said, I there shall no man see me,and live. the God of Isaac, and the God of

your fathers, the God of Abraham, beseech thee, shew me thy glory.

Job ix, 11. Lo, he foeth by me, Jacob, hath sent me unto you:

and I see him not: he passeth on Deut. v, 24. And ye said, Behold, also, but I perceive him not.

this is my name for ever, and this the LORD our God hath shewed us

is my memorial unto all generahis glory and his greatness. ....

Job xxiii, 3, 8-10. Oh that I tions.

knew where I might find him! Ps.viii, 1. O LORD our Lord, how that I might come eren to his hand to heaven, and say, I live

Deut. xxxii, 40. For I lift up my excellent is thy name in all the seat! Bebold, I go forward, but for ever. earth! who bath set thy glory he is not there; and backward, but above the leavens. I cannot perceive him: On the God is thy refuge, and underneath

Deut. xxxiii, 27. The eternal P3. Ixxii, 19. And blessed be his left hand, where he doth work, glorious .name for ever: and let but I cannot behold him: le bia are the everlasting arms. .... the whole earth be filled with his eth himself on the right hand, Job xxxvi, 26. Behold, God is glory. Amen, and Amen.

that I cannot see him. But he great, and we know him not,

Reu.xv.3,

Deither can tño number of his masnest for ever; thy throne from darkness pavilions round about Fears be searched out. generation to generation.

him, dark waters, and thick Ps. ix, 7. But the LORD shall en Daniel iv, 3, 34. How great are clouds of the skies. dure for ever: he hath prepared his signs and bow mighty are 1 Kings viil, 12, 27. Then spako his throne for judgment.

his wonders! his kinglom is an Solomon, The Lord said that he

kingdom, and his would dwell in the thick darkP8. xc, 1, 2. LORD, thou hast everlasting

But will God indeed dwell been our dwelling-place in all dominion is from generation to negs.

generation, And at the end of on the earth? Behold, the heaven, generations. Before the moun

the days I Nebuchadnezzar lifted and heaven of heavens, cannot tains were brought forth, or ever

up mine eyes unto heaven, and contain thee; how much less this thou hadst formed the earth and

mine understanding returned unto house that I have builded. the world, even from everlasting

me, and I blessed the most High, to everlasting, thou art God.

2 Chron. ii, 6. But who is ablo and I praised and honoured him to build him an house, seeing the As. scili, 2. Thy throne is estab- that liveth for ever, whose do- heaven, and heaven of heavens, lisbed of old; thou art from ever- minion is an everlasting dominion, eannot contain him? who am í lasting:

and his kingdom is from generathen, that I should build him ars Ps. cii, 12, 21-27. But thou, otion to generation.

house, save only to burn sacrifico LORD, shalt endure for ever, and Dan. Vi, 26. I make a decree, before him? thy remembrance unto all gener- That in every dominion of my

2 Chron. TI, 1. Then said Solon ations. I said, O my God, take kingdom men tremble and fear mon, The Lord hath said that me not away in the midst of my before the God of Daniel; for he he would dwell in the thick darkdays; thy years are throughout is the living God, and stedfast for ness. all generations. Of old hast thou ever, and his kingdom that which

Job v, 9. Which doeth great laid the foundation of the earth; shall not be destroyed, and his and the heavens are the work of dominion shall be even unto the lous things without number.

things and unsearchable; marvelthy hands. They shall perish, end. but thou shalt enduire; yea, all of

Daniel vii, 27. And the kingdom

JOB xi, 7-9. Canst thou by them shall wax old like a garment: and dominion, and the greatness searching find out God? canst as a vesture shalt thou change of the kingdom under the whole thon find out the Almighty unto them, and they shall be changed: heaven, shall be given to the perfection? It is as high as heaBut thou art the same, and thy people 'of the saints of the most ven; what canst thou do? deeper years shall have no end. High, whose kingdom is an ever

than hell; what canst thou know? P3, civ, 31. The glory of the lasting kingdom and all dominions The measure thereof is longer LORD shall endure for ever: the shall serve and obey him.

than the earth, and broader than LOBD shall rejoice in his works.

the sea.

Hab. i. 12. Art thou not from P3. cxxv, 13. Thy name, O LORD, everlasting, O LORD my God, mine

Job xxvi, 14. Lo, these are parts endureth for ever; and thy me- Holy One?

of his ways: but how little a pormorial, 0 LORD, throughout all

tion is heard of him? but the

Hab. iii, 6. He stood, and meas- thunder of his power who cars generations. Ps, cxlv, 13. Thy kingdom is drove asunder the nations; and

ured the earth: he beheld, and understand? an everlasting kingdom, and thy the everlasting mountains were

Job xxxvi, 26. Behold, God is dornicion, endureth throughout scattered, the perpetual bills did great, and we know him not. ... all generations. bow: his ways are everlasting.

Job xxxvii. 5, 23. God thunderPs. cxlvi, 10. The LORD shall

eth marvellously with his voice: reign for ever, eren thy God, O

Rom. 1, 20. For the invisible great things doeth be, which we Zion, unto all generations. Praise things of him from the creation of cannot comprehend. Touching

the world are clearly seen, being ye the LORD.

the Almighty, we cannot find understood by the things that are him out: he is excellent in power, 1:a. XXVI, 4. Trust ye in the made, even his eternal power and and in judgment, and in plenty of LORD for ever: for in the LORD Godhead. ... JEHOVAH everlasting

justice: he will not afflict. strength.

2 Peter iii, 8. But, beloved, be P3. xviil, 11. He made darkness 182. xli, 4. Who hath wronght that one day is with the Lord as not ignorant of this one thing, bis secret place; his pavilion

round about him ucere dark and done it, calling the genera- a thousand years, and a thousand waters and thick clouds of tho tions from the beginning? I the years as one day.

skieg. LORD, the first, and with ihe last; I am he.

Rev. 1, 4, 8. John to the seven Ps. Ixxvil, 19. Thy way is in the churches which

are in Ix. xlviil, 12.

Asia: sea, and thy path in the great Tearken unto Grace be unto you, and peace, waters, and thy footsteps are not me, 0 Jacoband Israel, my called: from him which is, and which known. I am be; I am the first, I also am

was, and which is to come; and the last. from the seven Spirits which are

P 8. xcvII, 2. Clouds and dark182. Ivii, 15. For thus saith the before his throne. I am Alpha eousness and judgment are the

ness are round about him: righthigh and lofty One that inhabiteth and Omega, the beginning and habitation of his throne. eteruity, whose name is Holy... the ending. saith the Lord, which

isa. Ixlli, 16. Doubtless thou art is, and which was, and which is P3. civ, 2, 3. Who coverest thyour Father, though Abraham be to come, the Almighty.

self with light as with a garIgnorant of us, and Israel acknow

ment; who stretchest ont tho ledge us not; thou, O Lord), art

Who HIS INFINITUDE AND

heavens like a curtain; our Father, our Redeemer; thy

layeth the beams of his chambers

INCOMPREHENSIBILITY. name is from everlasting.

in the waters; who maketh the

Exod. Iil, 14. .... And he said, clouds his chariot; who walketh Jer. x, 10. But the LORD is the Thus shalt thou say unto the chil- upon the wings of the wind. true God, he is the living God, and dren of Israel, I AM bath sent

P3. cxlv, 3. Great is the LORD, an everlasting King. me unto you.

and greatly to be praised; and his Lam. V, 19. Thou, O LORD, re-l 2 Sam. xxii, 12. And be made ) greatness is unsearchable.

Eccles. iil, 11. He hath made , Lord? or who hath been his coun-1 HOVAH was I not known to every thing beautiful in his time: sellor.

them. also he hath set the world in their

Eph. i. 23.

The fulness Deut. iii, 24. O Lord God, thou beart; so that no man can find out of him (Christ] that filleth all in hast begun to shew thy servant the work that God maketh from all.

thy greatness, and thy mighty the beginning to the end.

hand; for what God is there in HIS OMNIPRESENCE.

heaven or in earth that can do Isa. x1, 12-17. Who hath meas

(See under Previous Head.) according to thy works, and acured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out heaven

Gen. xvi, 13. And she called the cording to thy might?

Deut. xxxii, 39. . Neither with the span, and comprehended name of the Lord that spake unto the dust of the earth in a measure, her, Thou God scest me: for she

is there any that can deliver out of and weighed the mountains in said, Have I also here looked

my hand. scales, and the hills in a balance? after him that seeth me?

2 Sam. xxii, 33. God is my Who hath directed the Spirit of 1 Kings vili, 27. But will God strength and power, and he makthe LORD, or, being his counsellor, indeed dwell on the earth? Be-oth my way perfect.' hath taught him? With whom hold, the heaven, and the heaven

1 Chron. xví, 27. Glory and hon. took he counsel, and who in- of heavens, cannot contain thee; our are in his presence; strength structed him, and taught him in how much less this house that I and gladness are in his place. the path of judgment, and taught have builded. him knowledge,and shewed to him Ps. cxxxix, 1-12. O Lord, thou LORV, is the greatness, and the

1 Chron. xxix, 11, 12. Thine, O the way of understanding? Be- hast searched me, and known me. hold, the nations are as a drop of Thou knowest my down-sitting victory, and the majesty: for all

power, and the glory, and the a bucket, and are counted as the and mine up-rising; thou under that is in the heaven and in iho emall dust of the balance: behold, standest my thought afar off. I earth is thine; thine is the kinghe taketh up the isles as a very Thou compassest my path, and dom, O Lord, and thou art exalted little thing." And Lebanon is not my lying down, and art acquain- as bead above all. Both riches suficient to burn, nor the beasts ted with all my ways. For there and honour come of thee, and thou thereof sumcient for a burnt is not a word in my tongue, but, reignest over all; and in thing offering. All nations before him 10, O Lord, thou knowest it alto- hand is power and might; and in are as nothing; and they are gether. Thou hast beset me be-thine hand it is to make great, and counted to him less than nothing, hind and before, and laid thine and vanity. hand upon me. Such knowledge

to give strength unto all. Isa. xlv, 7, 11, 15, 19. I form the li cannot attain unto it.' Whither God of our fathers, art not thou

is too wonderful for me; it is high, 2 Chron. xx, 6. And said, O LORD light, and create darkness; I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD

shall I go from thy Spirit? or God in heaven? and rulest not do all these things. Thus saith

whither shall I flee from thy pres-thou over all the kingdoms of the the LORD, the Holy One of Israel,

ence? If I ascend up into heaven, heathen? and in thine hand is

thou art there; if I make my bed there not power and might, so that and his Maker, Ask me of things in hell, behold, 'thou art there. If none is able to withstand thee? to come concerning my sons, and I take the wings of the morning, concerning the work of my hands and dwell in the uttermost parts

Job ix, 4, 12, 13, 19. He is wise in command ye me. Verily thou art a God that bidest thyself, o God of the sea; Even there shall thy heart, and mighty in strength:who of Israel, the Saviour. I have not hand lead me, and thy right hand bath hardened himself against spoken in secret, in a dark place the darkness shall cover me; even shall hold me. if I say, Surely him, and hath prospered? Behold,

he taketh away, who can hinder of the earth: 1 said not unto the the night shall be light about me.

him? who will say unto him, What seed of Jacob, Seek ye moin vain; Yea, the darkness hideth not from doest thou? If God will not writha I the Lord speak righteousness, I thee; but the

night shineth as the draw his anger, the

proud helpers declare things that are right.

day: the darkness and the light do stoop under him. If I speak Isa. lxvi, 1. Thus saith the are both alike to thee.

of strength, lo, he is strong: and if Lord, The heaven is my throne,

of judgment, who shall set me a

Jer. xxili, 23, 24. Am I a God at and the earth is my footstool:

time to plead! where is the house that ye build hand, saith the Lord, and not a God afar off? Can any hide him

Job xi, 10. If he cut off, and shat unto me? and where is tho place sell in secret places that I shall up, or gatber together, then who of my rest?

not see him? saith the LORD: do can hinder him? Nahum i, 3. ...:

The LORD not I till heaven and earth? saith Job xii, 14. Behold, he breaketh hath his way in the whirlwind the LORD.

down, and it cannot be built and in the storm, and the clouds

Acts xvii, 27, 28. That they should again; he shutteth up a man, and are the dust of his feet.

seek the Lord, if haply they might there can be no opening. Hab. ill, 3, 10. God camo from feel after him, and find him, Job xxv, 2. Dominion and fear Teman, and the Holy Ono from though he be not far from every are with him; he maketh peace in mount Paran. Selah. His glory one of us.

For in him we live his high places. covered the heavens, and the and move and have our being....

Job xxvii, 22. For God shall earth, was full of his praise. The

cast upon him, and not spare: ho mountains saw thee, and they HIS OMNIPOTENCE. would fain flee out of his band. trembled: the overflowing of the

Gen. xvii, 1. And when Abram Job xxxiil, 13. Why dost thou water passed by: the deep uttered was ninety years old and nine, strive against him? for he giveth his voice, and lifted up his hands the LORD appeared to Abram, and not account of any of his maton high.

said unto him, I am the Almighty ters. Rom. xi, 33, 34. O the depth of God: walk before me, and be thou

Job xxxiv, 29. When he gireth the riches both of the wisdom and perfect.

quietness, who then can make knowledge of God! how unsearch Exod. vi, 3. And I appeared trouble? and when he hideth his able are his judgments, and his unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and face, who then can behold him? ways past finding out! For who unto Jacob, by the name of God whether it be done against & nabath known the mind of the Amighty; but by my name JE- / tion, or against a man only.

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