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Leviticus, ch. 26—27.
transgressing God's laws.
people shall repent.
to be fulfilled.
to repentance and obedience.
The Fourth Book of Moses, CALLED NUMBERS.
NUMBERS, ch. 10—21.
16. 1. The insurrection of Korah, 268. Motives to restrain envy and
16. 16. Korah, Dathan, and Abi- 269. That it is at our peril, if we
ram, and their company, con-
refuse to listen to our Saviour.
16. 36. The hallowed censers. The 270. How God honours his own
plague begins and is stayed. ordinances.
17. 1. Aaron's rod beareth buds, 271. They that are called of God
are enabled to bear fruit.
18. 1. The charge and portion of 272. The responsibility of the
18. 20. Tithes given to the Levites, 273. How they which preach the
and the tenth of them to the Gospel should live of the Gos-
19. 1. The water of separation. 274. The sprinkling of Christ's
20. 1. Moses and Aaron sin at Me- 275. The sinfulness of not believ-
ribah. Their sentence.
ing and not glorifying God.
20. 14. Edom refuseth Israel a pas- 276. The consolations of them that
sage. Aaron dieth.
die in the Lord.
21. 1. Hormahlaid waste. The fiery 277. All invited to look to Christ
serpents. The brazen serpent. lifted up on the cross.
21. 10. The stations and victories 278. The joy of seeing God's mer-
in compassing Edom.
cy in every thing.
NUMBERS, ch. 22-35.
31. 25. The spoil of the Midianites 295. That the gifts of God are
divided. The oblation of the liable to be taken away.
32. 1. The request of the tribes of 296. The duty and efficacy of bro-
Reuben and Gad. They are re- therly admonition.
32. 20. Two tribes and a half are 297. That sin though forgiven en-
settled to the east of Jordan.
tails suffering on earth.
33. 1. The journeys of the chil- 298. The use of viewing the stages
dren of Israel.
of our spiritual course.
33. 37. The charge to drive out the 299. The most effectual means of
34. 1. The borders of the land de- 300. That space and time are alike
scribed, and that they should di-
open before God.
35. 1. The forty-eight cities of the 301. How that which is at first a
Levites. The six cities of refuge. curse may become a blessing.
NUMBERS ch. 35-36.
Spouse, and the Avenger of
marry out of their respective interest of children.
The Fifth Book of Moses, called DeUTERONOMY.
1. 32. The end of the exhortation. 314. That God has taught us by
example as well as by com-
DEUTERONOMY, ch. 10—23.
10. 1. Moses declareth what it is
that God requirethofhis people.
11. 1. The experience of God's
miracles. The promise of his
11. 18. A blessing and a curse set
before the Israelites.
12. 1. Of the place in which God
would put his name.
12. 17. Of the place of sacrifice.
Against inquiring afteridolatry.
13. 1. Of them that entice, or are
enticed, to the service of false
14. 1. Regulations chiefly concern-
ing food, lawful and unlawful.
14. 22. Of the disposal of the se-
cond tithes and firstlings.
15. 1. Of the release of debts on
the seventh year.
15. 12. Ofthe treatment of Hebrew
bond servants. Of firstlings.
16. 1. The observance of the three
16. 16. Of meeting together at the
three feasts. Of judges. Against
17. 1. Idolators to be put to death.
The appeal to the priests.
17. 14. The choice and duties of a
king of Israel.
18. 1. Of the priests and Levites.
Of divines. Of a Prophet like
19. 1. Of cities of refuge. Of re-
moving a landmark. Of wit-
20. 1. The people are instructed
in the method of their warfare.
21. 1. Of a man found slain, the
murderer being unknown.
21. 10. Of captive women; of the
firstborn; of a rebellious son ;
22. 1. Of apparel; and of human-
ity to man and beast.
22. 13. Laws relating to sins of
23. 1. Sundry laws, for the most
part now first revealed.