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John vi. 45. They shall be all TAUGHT of GOD.

Gal i. 12. Neither was I TAUGHT it but by the revelation of JESUS CHRIST.

John xiv. 26. The comforter, the holy SPIRIT, will TEACH you all things.


Have fellowship with the faithful. 1 John i. 3. Truly our FELLOWSHIP is with the FATHER.-Gr. Konanie.

Ibid. And with his Son JESUS CHRIST.

2 Cor. xiii. 14. The FELLOWSHIP (Korwic) of the HOLY GHOST be with you all.


Are spiritually present in the elect. 1 Cor. xiv. 25.GOD is IN YOU of a truth.

2 Cor. xiii. 5. CHRIST is IN YOU except ye be reprobates.

John xiv. 17. The SPIRIT-dwelleth with you and shall be IN YOU.

So again,

2 Cor. vi. 16. DWELL in them.

God hath said, I will Ephes. iii. 17. That CHRIST

may DWELL in your hearts.

Rom. viii. 11. His SPIRIT that DWEL. LETH in you.


Reveal to us the divine will.
Phil. iii. 15. God shall REVEAL even

this unto you.

Gal. i. 12.-Neither was I taught it but by the REVELATION of JESUS CHRIST.

Luke ii. 26. It was REVEALED unte him by the HOLY GHOST.

So again, Heb. i. 1. GOD who SPAKE unto the fathers by the prophets.

2 Cor. xiii. 3. Ye seek a proof of CHRIST SPEAKING in me.

Mark xiii. 11. It is not ye that SPEAK, but the HOLY GHOST.

And as prophecies are revealed by, so are they also delivered in the name, that is, by the special authority of each person in the godhead. For though the usual introduction to any divine revelation beThus SAITH the LORD-yet we also find the expressions These things SAITH the SON of GOD, Rev. ii. 18. AndThus SAITH the HOLY GHOST, Acts xiii. 3.-with many other passages to the same effect.

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Raised the body of Christ from the grave.

1 Cor. vi. 14. GOD hath both RAISED UP the Lord, and will also raise us up by his OWN POWER.*

John ii. 19. Destroy this temple, and in three days I WILL RAISE IT UP.

1 Pet. iii. 18. Christ-being put to death in the flesh, but QUICKENED by the SPIRIT.

* See Art. VII. of this Chapter.


Conduct the people of God. Isai. xlviii. 17. I am the LORD thy GOD, which LEADETH thee by the way that thou

shouldst go.

John X. 3. He (Christ the Shepherd) calleth his own sheep by name, and LEADETH them out.

Rom. viii. 14. As many as are LED by the SPIRIT of God, they are the sons of God.



Give a commission and authority to the ministers of the gospel.

2 Cor. iii. 5, 6. Our sufficiency is of GOD, who hath MADE us able MINISTERS.

1 Tim. i. 12. JESUS CHRIST_count. ed me faithful, PUTTING me into the MI. NISTRY

Acts v. 28. Take heed therefore to all the Hock over the which the HOLY GHOST hath MADE you OVERSEERS.


Sanctify the elect. Jude 1.-To them that are SANCTIFIED by GOD. the FATHER.

Heb. ii. 11. He that SANCTIFIETH and they who are sanctified are all of one; for which cause he is not ashamed to call them brethren.

Rom. xv. 16. Being SANCTIFIED by the HOLY GHOST.


Perform all spiritual and divine operations.

1 Cor. xii. 16. It is the same GOD which WORKETH ALL IN ALL.

Col. iii. 11. CHRIST is all and IN ALL.

1 Cor. xii. 11. But ALL these WORKETH that one and the self-same SPIRIT.


Let us now take a review of what has been collected in these papers, and sum up the evidence in its own natural terms.

It has appeared from the first chapter, that Christ Jesus, whose divinity is daily blasphemed amongst us, because it is not proved in the Scripture, is the Lord of Hosts, a the first and the last,b than whom there is no greater,c and beside whom there is no Godid that he is the Saviour of the world ,e the Lord and God of the holy prophetsf and apostles& the most high God,h the searcher of hearts,i comprehended and made known to us under the name of that God to whom the world was reconcil. ed.k Who though he was the Word of God that came forth from the Father into the world; yet he was God, and of the same divine naturem with him that sent him. Though he was perfect man, of the seed of Abraham, born of his mother, and in all things made like to his brethren; yet the fulness of the godhead dwelt in him bodily.n Though he suffered, died,


a Chap. I. Art. I. II. III, e IV. b III.

fv. CXLV.

6 IX.

k XIV.

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