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1 John Iv, 4, 5. Ye are of God, to destroy them: he will not bo Gen. vit, 5. And Noah did ca little children, and have overcome slack to him that hateth him, he cording unto all that the LORD them; because greater is be that will repay him to his face. Thou commanded him. is in you, than he that is in the shalt therefore keep the comworld. They are of the world: mandments, and the statutes, and ron did ng the Londo therefore speak they of the world, I the judgments, which I command them, so did they. and the world heareth them. thee this day, to do them.

Exod. xii, 28,50. And the children 1 John v, 19. And we know that Deut. yill. 1. All the command-l of Israel went away. sud did as we are of God, and the whole ments which I command thee this the Lord had a world lieth in wickedness.

day shall ye observo to do, that yol and Aaron, so did they. Thus did

may live, and multiply, and go in all the children of Israel; as the OBEDIENCE.

and possess the land which tho LORD commanded Moses and ALev. svill, 4, 5. Ye shall do my LORD sware unto your fathers... Indements, and keep mine ordi- Deut. x, 13. To keep the com] Erod. xl. 16. Thus did Moses: nances to walk therein: I am the mandments of the LORD, and his according to all that the Loen LORD your God. Yo shall there- statutes, which I command thoo

tes, which I command thoo | commanded him, so did he. fore keep my states and my this day for thy good.

Num. i, 54. And the children of judgments; which if a man do, he Deut. xi, 82. And ye shall ob-Israel díd according to all that shall live in them: I am the Lord. serve to do all the statutes and the LORD commauded Moses, so Lev. xix. 37. Therefore shall ye judgments which I set before you did they.

did they. observe all my statutes, and all this day.

- Josh, xi, 15. As tho LOED com. my judgments, and do them: I am Deut. xlli, 4. Ye shall walk after manded Noses his servant, so did the LORD. the LORD your God, and fear him,

Moses command Joshua, and so Lev. xx, 6-8, 22. And the soul that and keep his commandments, and did Joshua: he left nothing inturneth after such as have familiar obey his voice, and ye shall serve done of all that the LORD comspirits, and after wizards, to go a him, and cleave unto him.

manded Moses. whoring after them, I will even

Deut. xxvi, 16. This day the l 2 Sam. xxiv, 19. And David, acBet my face against that soul, and

LORD thy God hath commanded cording to the saying of Gad, will cut him off from among his

thee to do these statutes and judg-went up, as the LORD commanded. people. Sanctify yourselves there

ments: thou shalt therefore keep Matt. xxi, 6. And the disciples fore, and be ye holy: for I am the

and do them with all thine heart, went, and did as Jesus commandLORD your God. And ye shall and with all thy soul.

ed them. keep my statutes, and do them: I am the LORD which sanctify you.

Deut. xxvii, 1, 10. And Moses, Ye shall therefore keep all my

with the elders of Israel, com GENERAL ADMONITIONS. statutes, and all my judgments, manded the people, saying. Keep

Hos. xii, 6. Therefore turn thou and do them; that the land, whiall the commandments which I

to thy God: keep mercy and ther I bring you to dwell therein, command you

command you this day. Thou spue yon not out. shalt therefore obey the voice of 1

judgment, and wait on thy God the LORD thy God, and do his

continually. Lev. xxil, 31. Therefore shall ye

commandments and his statutes. Matt. xix, 18, 19. He saith unto keep my commandments, and do which I command thee this day,

him, Which? Jesus said, Thou them: I am tho LORD.

shalt do no murder, Thou shalt

Deut. xxx, 8. And thou shalt reDeut. iv, 40. Thou shalt keep

not commit adultery, Thou shalt P turn, and obey the voice of the therefore his statutes and his

not steal, Thou shalt not bear LOBD, and do all his commandcommandments, which I comments which I command thee this

false witness, Ilonour thy father mand thee this day, that it may

and thy mother; and, Thou shalt go well with thee, and with tby

love thy neighbour as thyself, children after thee, and that thou !

P8. cxix, 4. Thou hast commandmayest prolong thy days upon the

Rom. vi, 19. I speak after the ed us to keep thy precepts dili- |

manner of men because of the inearth, which the LORD tby God bent gently.

firmity of your flesh: for as yo giveth thee, for over.

Jer, xl, 7. For I earnestly pro

have yielded your members ser- . Deut. v, 33. Ye shall walk in all tested unto your fathers in the

vants to uncleanness and to inithe ways which the LORD your day that I brought them up out

quity unto iniquity; even so now God hath cominanded you, that of the land of Egypt, even unto

yield your meinbers servants to ye may live, and that it may be this day, rising early and protest

| righteousness unto holiness. well with you, and that ye may

ing, saying, Obey my voico. prolong your days in the land! Ezek. XX, 19. I am the LORD |

Rom. xil, 7-12. Or ministry, let which yo shall possess. your God; walk in my statutes,

us wait on our ministering; or ho

that teacheth, on teaching, or he Deut. vi, 17-19. Ye shall dill

and keep my judgments, and do
them.

that exhortetb, on exhortation: ho gently keep the commandments

John v, 14. Afterward Jesus of the LORD your God, and his

that giveth, let him do it with simfindeth him testimonies, and his

plicity; ho that ruleth, with dilistatutes,

in the temple, and said unto him, Behold, thou art

gence; he that she weth mercy, which he hath commanded thee. made whole: sin no more, lest &

with cheerfulness. Let love be And thou shalt do that which is

without dissimulation. worse thing come unto thee. right and good in the sight of the

Abhor

that which is evil. cleave to that LORD: that it may be well with John xiv, 15. If ye lover

which is good. Be hindly affecthee, and that thou mayest go in keep my commandments.

tioned one to another with brothand possess the good land which 1 John it, 3. And hereby we do erly love; in honour preferring the LORD sware unto thy fathers; know tbat we know him, if we one another; Not slothful in busiTo cast out all thine enemies from keep his commandments.

ness; fervent in spirit; serving tho before thee, as the LORD hath

Lord; rejoicing in hope; patient spoken.

Gen. vi, 22. Thus did Noah; ac- in tribulation; continuing instant Deut. vii, 10, 11. And repayethcording to all that God command in prayer. them that hate bim to their face, ed him, so did bo.

Phil. 1v, 8. Finally, brethren,

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faith, and Ceasing your work of yo sou are not filled with driok:

of hope in our Lorand pawarm; and her but there is none La Luke xiv, 27. Androm

whatsoever things are true, what. Lam. III, 40. Let us search and his disciples also, he sald unto 80ever things are honest whatso- try our ways, and turn again to them, Whosoever will come after ever things are just, whatsoever the LORD.

me, let him deny himself, and take things are pure, whatsoever Haggai i. 6-7. Now therefore

up his cross, and follow ine. things are lovely, whatsoeverthus saith the LORD of hosts, Con

Luke ix, 23. And he said to them things are of good report; if there

inere sider your ways. Ye have sown all, If any man will come after me. be any virtue, and if there be any much, and bring in little: ye eat. let him deny bimsell, and take up praise, think on these things. but ye have not enough; ye drink, his cross daily, and follow me. 1 Thess. i. 3. Remembering but ye are not filled with driuk; Luke xiv, 27. And whosoever

ye clothe you, but there is none doth not bear his cross, and como faith, and labour of love, and pa warm; and he that earneth wages, after me, cannot be my disciple. earneth wages to put it into a

Luke xvii, 33. Whosoever shall Christ, in the sight of God and our bag with holes. Thus saith the

seek to save his life, shall lose it; Father.

LORD of hosts, Consider your and wbosoever shall lose his life. 1 Thess. v, 14. Now we exhort ways.

shall preserve it. you, brethren, warn them that are Matth. 7,8. Blessed are the pure

Luke xviii, 27-30. And he said, unruly, comfort the feeble-minded, in heart: for they shall see God

The things which are itp possible support the weak, be patient to

2 Cor. vill, 12. For if there be with men are possible with God. ward all men.

first a willing mind, it is accepted | Then Peter said, LO, we have left 1 Tim. vi, 11, 12. But thou, O

according to that a man hath, and all, and followed thee. And he man of God, flee these things; and

not according to that he hath not. said unto them, Verily I say unto follow after righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, meek

you. There is no man that hath 1 2 Tim. ii, 7. Consider what I

left house, or parents, or brethren, ness. Fight the good fight of say; and the Lord give thee un

or wife, or children, for the kingfaith, lay hold on eternal life. derstanding in all things.

dom of God's sake, Who shall whereunto thou art also called,

not receive manifold more in this and hast professed a good profes-brance the former days, in which,

present time, and in the world to sion before many witnesses. after ye were illuminated, ye en

come life everlasting. Titus ii, 12. Teaching us, that, dured a great fight of afflictions.

John xil, 25. He that loveth his denying ungodliness and worldly OFTEN INVOLVING SELY life shall lose it; and he that hatJusts, we should live Suberly,

DENIAL.

eth his life in this world shall righteously, and godly, in this present world.

keep it unto life eternal. Matth. v, 29, 30. And if thy right

kom. viii, 12, 13. eye offend thee, pluck it out, and 1 Peter il, 17. Honour all men.

Therefore, Love the brotherhood. Fear God. cast it from

brethren, we are debtors, not to thee: for it is profit-1

the flesh, to live after the flesh. able for thee that one of thy memHonour the king. bers should perish, and not that!

For if ye live after the flesh, ye

cast shall die: but if ye through the

thy whole body should be cast OBEDIENCE ALWAYS INVOLVING into hell. And if thy right hand

Spirit do mortify the deeds of the SINCERITY.

offend thee, cut it off, and cast it body, ye shall live. Job xi, 13. Ir thoo prepare thine from thee: for it is profitable for Gal. v, 24. And they that are beart, and stretch out thine hands thee that one of thy members | Christ's have crucified the flesh, toward him.

should perish, and not that thy with the affections and lusts. Job xxii, 22. Receive, I pray whole body should be cast into

| Col. ili, 5-7. Mortify therefore thee, the law from his mouth, and hell.

your members which are upon lay up his words in thine heart. Matth. x, 38. And he that taketh the earth; fornication, uncleanPs. II, 6. Behold, thou desirest

not his cross, and followeth after ness, inordinate affection, evil truth in the inward parts; and in me, is not worthy of me.

concupiscence, and covetousness, the hidden part thou shalt make Matth. xvi. 24-26. Then said

which is idolatry: For which me to know wisdom. Jesus unto his disciples, If any

things' sake the wrath of God Ps. Ixxiii, 1. Truly God is good

man will come alter me let him cometh on the children of dis

deny himsell, and take up his to Israel, even to such as are of a

obedience. In the wbich ye also clean beart.

cross, and follow me. For who-walked sometime, when yo lived Ps. cxix, 59, 60, 111, 112. Iit: and whosoever will lose his

soever will save his life shall lose thought on my ways, and turned life for my sake sball find it. For

DEMANDING ZEAL. my feet unto thy testimonies. I

what is a man profited, if he shall 1 Cor. xiv, 12. Even so yo, formade haste, and delayed not to

gain the whole world, and lose asmuch as ye are zealous of spiritkeep thy commandments. Thy

bis own sonl? or what sball a manual gifts, seek that ye may excel testimonies have I taken as an

give in exchange for his soul? to the edifying of the church. heritage for ever: for they are the rejoicing of my heart. I have

Matth. xviii, 8, 9. Wherefore, if Gal. iv, 17, 18. They zealously inclined mine heart to perform

tby hand or thy foot offend thee, affect you, but not well; yea, they thy statutes alway, even unto the

cut them off, and cast them from would exclude you, that ye might end.

thee: it is better for thee to enter affect them. But it is good to bo

into life halt or maimed, rather zealonsly affected always in Prov. iv, 23. Keep thy heart

a

good thing, and not only when I with all diligence: for out of it are feet to be cast into everlasting the issues of life.

fire. And if thine eye cffend thee, Jude 3. Beloved, when I gavo Prov. xxil, 11. Ile that lovarn/bre. And if thine eye offendshes am present with you.

Prov. xxil, 11. lle that loveth | pluck it out, and cast it from thee: all diligence to write unto you of pureness of heart, for the grace it is better for thee to enter into of his lips the king shall be his life with one eye, rather than

the common salvation, it was

needful for me to write unto you, friend. having two eyes to be cast into

and exhort you, that ye should Prov. xxiii, 19. Hear thou, my hell-nre.

earnestly contend for the faith Bon, and be wise, and guide thinoM ark viil, 84. And when he bad which was once delivered unto beart in the way.

I called the people unto him, with the saints.

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Rev. II, 15, 16. I know thy the law of the fathers, and was commandment is charity out of a works, that thou art neither cold zealous toward God, as ye all are pure heart, and of a good conpor hot: I wonld thou wert cold this day

science, and of faith unfeigned. or hot. So then because thou art

Rom. x, 2. For I bear them re- Titus lil 8. This is a faithful lukewarm, and neither cold nor! hot, I will spue thee out of my

cord that they have a zeal of God, saying, and these things I will

but not according to knowledge. I that thou affirm constantly, that mouth.

Phu. ill, 6. Concerning zeal,

they which have believed in God persecuting the church; touching

might be careful to maintain Num. xxv, 11--13. Phinehas, the the ric ne the righteousness which is in the

good works. These things are son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron law blameless

I good and profitable unto men, the priest, hath turned my wrath away from the children of Israel, AND UNIVERSAL CHARITY.

CONSCIENCE. while he was zealous for my sake Rom. xiv. 1-3. Him that is

ITS UNIVERSAL POWER. among them, that I consumed weak in the faith receive ye, but

Rom. ii, 14. 15. For when the not the children of Israel in my

not to doubtful disputations. For Gentiles, which have not the law, jealousy. Wherefore say, Behold,

one believeth that he may eat all do by nature the things contained I give unto him my covenant of

things: another, who is weak, eat- in the law, these, having not the peace: And he shall have it, and his seed after him, even the cove

eth herbs. Let not him that eateth law, are a law unto themselves; nant of an everlasting priesthood;

despise him that eateth not; and Which shew the work of the law

let not him which eateth not written in their hearts, their conbecause he was zcalons for his God, and made an atonement for judge him that eatetb: for God science also bearing witness, and

their thoughts the mean while hath received him. the children of Israel.

1 Cor. vi, 12. All things are law

accusing or else excusing one 2 Chr. xxxi, 20, 21. And thus did | | ful unto me, but all things are not

another. Hezekiah throughout all Judah,

expedient: all things are lawful and wrought that which was good, for me, but I will not be brought

AN EVIL CONSCIENCE. and right, and truth, before the | under the power of any.

Gen. xlil, 21, 22. And they said LORD bis God. And in every work

1 Cor. x, 23. All things are law.

one to another. We are verily that he began in the service of ful for me, but all things are not

guilty concerning our brother, in the house of God, and in the law, 1

that we saw the anguish of his and in the commandments to seek expedient: all things are lawful

soul, when he besought us, and his God. ho did it with all his for me, but all things edify not.

we would not hear, therefore is heart, and prospered.

1 Cor. xili, 1-10, 13. Though I this distress come upon us. And 2 Cor. vil. 11. For behold this speak vi si forholda mal speak with the tongues of men

Reuben answered them, saying, vand of angels, and have not Sniken Bell-same thing, that ye sorrowed

Spake I not unto you, saying, Do charity, I am become as sounding met sin an

naing nut sin against the child and yo ness it wrought in you, yea, what

brass, or a tinkling cymbal. And would not hear; therefore, behold,

though I have the gift of prophecy, clearing of yourselves, yea, what

also his blood is required. indignation, yea, what fear, yea. and understand all mysteries, and

1 Kings ii, 44. The king said all knowledge; and though I have what vehement desire, yea, what all faith, so that I could remove

moreover to Shimei, Thou knowzeal, yea, what revenge! In all

est all the wickedness which mountains, and have not charity, things ye have approved yourI am nothing. And though I be

thine heart is privy to, that thou selves to be clear in this matter. stow all my goods to feed the poor,

didst to David my father; there2 Cor. xi, 28-30. Besides those and though I give my body to be

fore the LORD shall return thy things that are without, that burned, and have not charity, it

wickedness upon thine own head. which cometh upon me daily, the profiteth me nothing. Charity 1 Kings xxi, 20. And Ahab said care of all the churches, Who suffereth long, and is kind; charity to Elijah, Hast thou found me, O is weak, and I am not weak? who envieth not; charity vaunteth not mine enemy? And he answered, I is offended, and I burn not? If I itself, is not puffed up, Doth not have found thee; because thou must needs glory, I will glory of behave itself unseemly, seeketh hast sold thyself to work evil in the things which concern mine | not her own, is not easily provok- the sight of the LORD. infirmities. ed, thinketh no evil; Rejoiceth

| Job xy, 21--24. A dreadful sound Col. iv, 13. For I bear bim re

not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in I is in his ears: in prosperity the

the truth; Beareth all things, I destrovar shall co cordi, that he hath a great zeal for

destroyer shall come upon him. believeth all things, hopeth all you, and them that are in Lao

He believeth not that be shall dicea, and thom in Hierapolis. things, endureth all things.

return out of darkness, and he is Charity never faileth; but whether

waited for of the sword. He there be propliecies, they shall

wandereth abroad for bread, say2 Kings x, 16. And he said, fail; whether there be tongues,

ing, Where is it? he knoweth that Come with me, and see my zeal

the day of darkness is ready at his knowledge, it shall vanish away. for the LORD. So they made him

hand. Trouble and anguish For we know in part, and we proride in his chariot.

shall make him afraid; they shall phesy in part. But when that Matth. xxiv, 12. And because which is perfect is come, then

prevail against him, as a king iniquity shall abound, the love of

ready to the battle. I that which is in part shall be done many shail wax cold. away. And now abideth faith,

P3. xiv, 5. There were they in Acts xxii, 2, 3. And when they hope, charity, these tbree; but the

great fear: for God is in the heard that he spake in the He-greatest of these is charity.

generatiou of the righteous. brew tongue to them, they kept

1 Cor. xvi, 14. Let all your

Ps. liii, 5. There were they in the more silence: and he saith, I things be done with charity.

great fear, where no fear was; for am verily a man which am a Jew,

God hath scattered the bones of born in Tarsus, a city in Cilicia,

Col. ill. 14. And above all these

him that encampeth against thee: yet bruglit up in this city at the things put on charity, which is

thou hast put them to shame, lent of Gamliel, and taught ac. / the bond of perfectness.

because God hath despised curuing to the perfect manner of 1 Tim. 1, 6. Now the end of the them.

Prov. xi, 23. The desire of the Jolen viii, 9. And they which deeds may be made manifest, righteous is only good: but the heard it, being convicted by their that they are wrought in God. expectation of the wicked is wrath. own conscience, went out one by Acts xxiv, 16. And herein do I

one, beginning at the eldest, even exercise myself, to have always a Dan. vi, 14. Then the king,

6. unto the last: and Jesus was left conscience void of off-nco towhen he heard these words, was

alone, and the woman standing in | ward God, and toward men. Bore displeased with himself, and the midst.

2 Cor. i, 12. For our rejoicing is set his heart on Daniel to deliver him; and be laboured till the 1 Tim. iy. 2. Speaking leg in this, the testimony of our con

science, that in simplicity and going down of the sun to deliver hypocrisy;baving their conscience seared with a bot iron.

godly sincerity, not with fleshly him.

wisdom, but by the grace of God,

Titus I, 16. Unto the pure all John ili, 19, 20. And this is the

we have had our conversation in things are pure: but unto them condemnation, that light is come

the world, and more abundantly that are defiled and unbelieving into the world, and men loved

to you-ward. is nothing pure; but even their darkness rather than light, be

Heb. ix, 14. How much moro mind and conscience is defiled. cause their deeds were evil. For

shall the blood of Christ, who every one that doeth evil bateth

through the eternal Spirit offered the light, neither cometh to the

A GOOD CONSCIENCE. himself without spot to God, light, lest his deeds should be re John iii, 21. But he that doeth purge your conscience from dead proved.

truth cometh to the light, that his works to serve the living God!

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SABBATH AND HOLY DAYS,

ist.

thee. And remember that thou ye shall not find it in the Deld. THE PATRIARCHAL wast & servant in the land of Six days ye shall gather it; but on SABBATH.

Egypt, and that the LORD thy the seventh day, which is the sabGen. il, 1-3. Thus the heavens

God brought thee out thence, bath, in it there shall be none. and the earth were finished, and

through a mighty hand, and by a And it came to pass, that there all the host of them. And on the stretched-out arm : therefore the went out some of the people on

the seventh day for to gather, and seventh day God ended his work LORD thy God commanded thee to

they found none. And the LORD which he had made; and he rest

keep the sabbath-day. ed on the seventh day from all

Neh, ix, 14. And madest known

said unto Moses, How long retuse

ye to keep my commandments and his work which he bad made. unto them thy holy sabbath, And God blessed the seventh day, and commandedst them precepts,

my laws? See, for that the LORD statutes, and laws, by the hand of

hath given you the sabbath, thereand sanctified it; because that in

fore he giveth you on the sixth it ho had rested from

Moses thy servant.

all his work which God created and

day the bread of two days : abide Isaiah lxvi. 23. And it shall

ye every man in bis place ; let no made. come to pass, that from one new

man go out of his place on the Heb. iv, 3-5. For we which have inoon to another, and from one

seventh day. So the people restbelieved do enter into rest, as he sabbath to another, shall all flesh

ed on the seventh day. said, As I have sworn in my come to worship before me, saith wrath, if they shall enter into my | the LORD.

HOW TO BE KEPT ALWAYS. rest: although the works were Ezek. xx, 12, 20. Moreover also, I finished from the foundation of gave them my sabbaths, to be a

No SECULAR WORK DONE. the world. For he spake in a sign between me and them, that

Exod. xxxiv, 21. Six days thon certain place of the seventh day they might know that I am the

shalt work; but on the seventh on this wise, And God did rest LORD that sanctify them. And

day thou shalt rest: in earingthe seventh day from all his hallow my sabbaths; and they

time and in harvest thou shalt works. And in this place again, shall be a sign between me and

rest, If they sball enter into my rest. you, that ye may know that I am Exod. XXXV, 2, 3. Six days shall the LORD your God.

work be done; but on the seventh 2nd.

Matt. xxiv, 20. But pray ve that I day there shall be to you an holy JEWISH SABBATH. your flight be not in the winter,

day, a sabbath of rest to the LORD: Exod. xxiii, 12. Six days thou neither on the sabbath-day.

whosoever doeth work therein

shall be put to death. Ye shall shalt do thy work, and on the Marlc xv, 42. And now, when seventh day thou shalt rest; that the even was come, (because it

kindle no fire throughout your thine ox and thine ass may rest, was the preparation, that is, the

habitations upon the sabbatb-day. and the son of thy handmaid and day before the sabbath.)

Lev. xxiii, 3. Six days shall work the stranger may be refreshed.

be done; but the seventh day is

Luke xxiii, 64. And that day Exod. xxxi, 13, 16, 17. Speak was the preparation, and the sab

the sabbath of rest, an holy con

vocation; ye shall do no work thou also unto the children of Is- bath drew on.

therein : it is the sabbath of the rael, saying, Verily my sabbaths ye sball keep: for it is a sign be

LORD in all your dwellings.

HOW TO BE KEPT IN THE tween me and you throughout

Jer. xvii, 21, 22. Thus saith the

WILDERNESS. your generations; that ye may

LORD, Take heed to yourselves, know that I am the LORD that!

Exod. xvi, 5, 22-30. And it shall | and bear no burden on the sabdoth sanctify you. Wherefore

come to pass, that on the sixth day / bath-day, nor bring it in by the the children of Israel shall keep

they shall prepare that wbich they gates of Jerusalemn; Neither carry the sabbath, to observe the sab

bring in; and it shall be twice as forth a burden out of your houses bath througbout their generations. much as they gather daily. And

on the sabbath-day, neither do yo for a perpetual covenant. It is a

it came to pass, that on the sixth any work; but hallow ye the sign between me and the children | day they gathered twice as much

sabbath-day, as I commanded of Israel for ever: for in six days

bread, two omers for one man: your fathers. the LORD made heaven and earth,

and all the rulers of the congregaand on the seventh day he rested, I

ted' tion came and told Moses. And| BUT PUBLIC WORSIIIP TO and was refreshed. he said unto them, This is that

BE ENJOYED. which the LORD bath said, ToLev. xxiii, 32. It shall be anto morrow is the rest of the holy sab

Ezek. xlvi, 1. Thus saith the you a sabbath of rest, and ye sball

bath unto the LORD: bako that | Lord GOD, The gate of the inner afflict your souls: in the ninth day which ye will bake to-day: and

court that looketh toward the of the month at even, from even Beethe that ye will seethe; and

east shall be shut the six working unto even, shall yo celebrate your that which remaineth over lay up

days; but on the sabbath it shall Babbath.

for you to be kept until the morn. be opened, and in the day of the Len xxvi. 2. Ye shall keep my ling. And they laid it up till the new moon Il Sun be opened. sabbaths, and reverence my sanc morning, as Moses bade: and it Acts xlii, 14, 42, 44. But when tuary: I am the LORD.

did not stink, neither was there they departed from Perga, they Deut. v, 12, 15. Keep the sab- any worm therein. And Moses came to Antioch in Pisidia, and bath-day to sanctity it, as the said, Eat that to-day; for to-day is went into the synagogue on the LORD thy God hath commanded a sabbath unto the LORD ; to-day sabbath-day, and sat down. And

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