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Exodus, ch. 7-18.
ceitfully with God.
9. 1. The plague of murrain ; 119. The danger of idolizing any
and the plague of boils.
9. 13. The plague of hail. 120. The safety of the faithful.
9. 27. Pharaoh sendeth for Moses 121. Repentance is incomplete
and Aaron. The storm ceaseth. without abhorrence of sin.
10. 1. God threateneth to send 122. That God ruleth over all.
10. 12. The plague of locusts; and 123. The darkness that comes of
the plague of darkness.
quenching light within us.
11. 1. The death of the firstborn 124. God foresees and overrules
what we freely choose.
12. 1. The Lord's passover or- 125. The use of ordinances.
12. 15. The seven days of un- 126. Christ our passover.
leavened bread ordained.
12. 29. The firstborn of Egypt 127. The advantage of lending un-
slain. The Israelites sent out. to the Lord.
12. 37. The Israelites journey from 128. Our deliverance from sin, and
Rameses to Succoth.
call to heaven.
13. 1. The firstborn sanctified. 129. How to commemorate thank-
The memorial of unleavened fully the love of Christ.
13. 17. The Lord leadeth the people 130. That we ought to follow whi-
by a pillar of cloud and of fire. thersoever God leads us.
14. 1. Israel is overtaken by Pha- 131. Resignation of our will to
raoh at the Red Sea.
the will of God.
14. 19. The Israelites cross the 132. Warning to the presumptuous.
Red Sea on dry land. The E- Encouragement to the dejected.
15. 1. The song of Moses. 133. Christian praise.
15. 20. The song of Miriam. The 134. The effectual intercession of
waters of Marah.
the Lord who healeth us.
16. 1. The Israelites murmuring 135. God overcomes our rebellions
are fed with quails and manna.
by his grace.
16. 17. Directions concerning the 136. The gain of resting on the
17. 1. Water from the rock in Ho- 137. War the scourge of wicked-
reb. Amalek defeated.
ness in the nations.
18. 1. Jethro bringeth to Moses 138. Joy and praise for God's
his wife and sons.
mercy to Israel.
Exodus, ch. 18—29.
to be priest. The priest's gar- ought to be clothed in righteous-
28. 13. The breastplate of judg. 158. The light and perfection
ment. The Urim and Thummim. which Christ can give us.
28. 31. The robe, the mitre, and 159. The righteousness of Christ,
plate of gold. The other vest- and of his saints.
29. 1. Of consecrating the priests. 160. Spiritual priesthood.
29. 26. Of consecrating the priests. 161. Morning and evening devo-
The morning and evening sacri- tion.
Exodus, ch. 30—40.
The Third Book of Moses, CALLED LEVITICUS.
185. The uses of the Levitical or-
Leviticus, ch. 14-26.
14. 21. The order of cleansing af-
ter leprosy in a poor man.
14. 33. The plague of leprosy in a
15. 1. The uncleanness of men in
their issues; and their cleansing.
15. 19. The uncleanness of women
in their issues, and their cleans-
16. 1. How the priest must enter
within the vail.
16. 20. Of the scape goat, and of
the great day of atonement.
17. 1. Of offering all the cattle
slain. No blood must be eaten.
18. 1. Cases of kindred in which
marriage is prohibited.
18. 19. Against unlawful and un-
19. 1. Several laws repeated.
19. 19. Several laws, at once mo-
ral and political.
20. 1. The punishments ordained
20. 15. Other punishments ordain-
ed to transgressors.
21. 1. The holiness required in the
22. 1. The uncleanness, cleansing,
and food, of the priests.
22. 17. That the sacrifices must be
23. 1. Of the sabbath, the pass-
over, and the pentecost.
23. 23. The feast of trumpets, the
day of atonement, the feast of
24. 1. The lamps, and the shew-
bread. The stranger stoned for
25. 1. The sabbath
25, 18. A twofold crop every sixth
year. The redemption of the
25. 35. The redemption of the Is-
26. 1. The consequences of obey-
ing or disobeying God's com-
we have cost our Saviour.
223. That the mercifulness of God
extends to all his creatures.
are strangers to the Gospel.
225. Holy seasons appointed in
the Christian church.
226. The righteous rejoicing in the
vengeance of God.
227. The uncertain tenure of
228. Our spiritual advantages must
be ascribed to God, through
229. Christ delivers us from sin
230. That we are tried by the re-
velation of a judgment to come.