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Chap 17:1-13.

1. Among the first calld, + perhaps better prepard -------------------------------- Don't this show us the value of retiring with Christ? --------- -------------------------------- 2. Don't we learn the value of prayer? --------------------- Is not some evidence of the spotless purity of Jesus? -------------------------------- 4. Did he not say this in reference to the presence of Jesus + these holy men? -------------------------------- Do we not learn, which are happy est places on earth? ---------- x-------------------------------- Don't it look as tho' he would get to the crown without the Cross? -------------------------------- Yet it was considerable wize, that he should submit - -------------------------------- 5. Bright xc. Is not this very significant of the blessings of the gospel? Comp. Exod.20:18, + Heb.12:18 x-------------------------------- If Jesus is the beloved son xc, ought He not be a beloved Savior unto us? -------------------------------- 7. Should we not learn by this, that Jesus is able and willing to deliver us fr all our fears?

Wise + Good? Small bodies of water thru' the land. -------------------------------- Would not every thing around us be preaching to us, if we would but listen? Psal.8:3. 19:1-3. -------------------------------- What prevents men from viewing, adoring, the great Creator? -------------------------------- John [33]: 3. Is it not a very becoming thing when friends are sick to apply to Jesus? -------------- When in time of health we serve the Lord, and entertain this Saviour, we see what plea, there is in sickness. -------------------------------- 4. Not its chief design. Not as death gene[ral] to other men. -------------------------------- 15. Do we not see by this that the affliction of others may be h improvd to our good?

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VERSO

9. For then the relation would more easily be believed ------- -------------------------------- 0 Num.33:25.Rev.10:1 -------------------------------- Luke 17:[35]-32. 14. Could we now be delivered from any bodily desease without the blessing of Jesus? Rev.1:18. -------------------------------- 15. Can we wonder, or be surprised, at his glorifying God? Would it not have been a matter of great surprize if he had not done it? -------------------------------- 16. Does not this seem to be the right place for those who have been raised? -------------------------------- 17. To go no further back than this pass week, there have been 100,s fed, kept in health, relieved from pains; where are they on this day of holy rest? -------- -------------------------------- What does the conduct of the nine imply?

18. This is still the crying sin, those who are most highly favoured, are manefest the least devotion to God. -------------------------------- 22. What days are those that will come? Ans. Persecution, trials, darkness. What by days of the son of man? Ans. When Christ was on earth, the labour of the disciples were comparatively easy. -------------------------------- It is so now, that days of adversity succeed days of prosterity. -------------------------------- 23. This was true at the seige of Jerusalem. ---------------- So it has been in time of popish persecution -------------------------------- 24. From the day of pentecost, the gospel spread with very great rapidity. Col. 1: 2 3. -------------------------------- 27. Was it pitched, in + out. Had it a window - Where was the door set? How many stories? Had it rooms.

RECTO

What was the deliverance of Noah and his family, a figure [af.f]. 1 Pet. 3: 21. -------------------------------- 30. What, by the Son of Man being revealed? Ans. Day of judgement in partic ular. 1 Pet. 1:13. Also any visitation tending to that day. -------------------------------- 31. We can have no need for any of these things. --------------- If we were to take of our earthly posssessions with us, would there not be nesessity to have them ready? -------- But the soul is to go. -------- -------------------------------- 32. Is not the overthrow of Sodom xc, a warnig - to those who live ungodly? 2. Pet. 2:6. -------------------------------- Remarks 2. Series. In the desease of leprosy +, its cure, is strickingly figurative of sin + its cure.

1. Loathesome. 2. commences inwardly. 3. Its cure; only the direct interposition of God. So sin - The only balance. -------------------------------- Question. What do you und. by the works of nature? Whatever is not the production of human art -------- -------------------------------- Does the human mind generaly possess the impression that there is a Being, who is the Creator? -------------------------------- Do the works of nature show design? Take sun. bright-warmth-regulate seasons-days-nights. Then a designer. Take the eye. -------------------------------- Do you not descover skill and contrivance? Talescope - The eye. -------------------------------- Do we not find many changes to the place, in which human agency is not used? seasons - Wind - rain, Tide. -------------------------------- As the works of nature show us that there is a God, do they lead us to know something of the perfections of God? Power of God. In sending rain. Ocean + land

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Question 2. Are we indebted to the Bible to deter us from the most abominable idolatry? -------------------------------- Is it a fact, that those nations are furthest removed from savage state, who have the Bible? -------------------------------- Is it a fact also, that those people are ignorant of the way of salvation by Jesus Christ? -------------------------------- 'Have not the heathens very gross ideas of a future state? -------------------------------- John [33]: 28-46. 28. Mar. + M. went to Jesus, do we not learn, were [more-] ness ought chiefly to go? --------- -------------------------------- 30. Why not? He stops where his work is to be done. -------------------------------- 32. Respect xc. Not ashamed -------------------------------- 33. Does not this show that Jesus can be touched with the feeling of our infirmities? -------------------------------- 34. Perhaps to divest [theirs] their griefs. -------------------------------- That he regards the dead bodies of his saints.?

35. That he was Man. ------------------- A man of sorrow ------------------- teach us, that we show tears of compassion. -------------------------------- 36. They put a candid interpretation in his tears. -------------------------------- But t if tears should love to Lazaras; does not agony + death show [greates]? John 15:12,13. -------------------------------- 37. Did not this show a peevish reflection on Christ? -------------------------------- 39. What moved her to this expression? Ans. A degree of unbelief -------- -------------------------------- 45. What is meant by there believing in Him? Persuaded that he[i] was Messiah. -------------------------------- 46. Does not this show obstinate infidelity + inveterate enmity?.

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