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The Tahle.

Truth.

How in mo!i Controverfies

one Truth is urged 3s including a–

nother, D.p.8j.

Vrrumnonfim–

per oppo11itt1r fa!{o, fed i11terdum

jigttrte,

B. P•

193.

Tj•pe.

What it

fignifi~s,

B.

p.

66,

67,

63.

How

Type

and

Antitypt

are taken in Scripture, D. p. 44,

. 45· S"e

Adam.

V

1

o~.

It cafls down the

Popt

and

hts Clergy from their Dignities

which .fuall

never be

regwan;

more, though

they may caufe

trouble; for the

'l'optdom

1

is not

to be dellroy 'd till

the

Jiventh

v.·at,

A.

p.

103,

f.!lc.

See

Seats

Trumptts

>

Antichrifl

,

TIIYk'

Beajl.

,

>

ViC!.ory.

H~w

Chrijls Vi8ory

over

hrs Foes

u

compared to the

'lJay

of Judgment,

A.

P•

47.-

Chrtfl

will not only get

Vi~ory,

bot he

will caufe his Enemies to acknow–

ledge

it ,

A.

p.48. Sec

Jutlgmtnt–

'JJaJ·

VrfJt!s.

How

Sainll

are

called

Ve[Jrts of Mtrcy;

and God is the

Sea which

fills

them , D . p.

124.

VijioriS.

How

all

the

Viftons

in the

Rrvt!ation

are borrowed from the

Propbrts,

A.

p.

3'.

Vials,

How the

Vials

lhall deOroy

both

Tttrk

and

Pope.

As

Hra–

tbmifm

was

deOroyed by

the

Seals

,

and the

Wefttrn Empire

by the

Trttmpets,

A. P• 27,

~g.

The fi'th

1'itt!

fuall drown

the

M.J"Wcat Eg,ptiims

in

the

Red–

Sea·

hereupon the S•ints fing the

Song of

Mofrs

,

Exod.

I

and

the Marriage-Song of . the Lamb,

A. p.

go.

How the

Vtats

are fill'd

with the

Prtryrrs

of the

S.1ints,

t\.

91.

How

four Vials

are

pured out before the killing of the

WllmjJts,

and the

fifth JTiat

is

poured out after

thrir

rifing,

the

fixth Vial

is the palling away

of the

Jrcolld Wo;

·

the

ftvemh

Vial

and the

jtventh Trumprt

are

one , A.

p.

9'•

92. The

Vtats

began with the times of the firfl

Separation from

Romt,

A. P· 94·

How the

Pzals

·

correfpand with

the

Pla~ues

that were poured

down

fo~

bringing

![rat!

out of

E'{•·Pt,

A.

p

94,95.

Asthe

P

lagurs

of

E.upt

ended in the drowning

of

the

Eg;•ptin11s;

fo do the

VI–

als

in the ru in of the

Tkronr

of

the

Beafl.

A. p. 91· How l.ke–

w ife the

Vials

do f}mbolize with

the

1rumptts,

ibid. The

Vtals

have their

droppi>tgs,

which may

have

a

Caincidcncy, but not.(o

their

Ft~tnefs

,

A.

p.

g6.

Tile

five

fir{/ Virtls

are !urther explained_,

A. p. 97,

f.!lc.

The

fifth

Vu1l1s

pl.mJ without

a

'Parablt,

A.

p.

Vnchan$.eabte.

Of

OodsVncbangea–

,

lite11ejs,

How 'tis from his

Na–

tttrt,

D. p. 264. This Divine At–

tribute is the Saints Support ,

D.

p. 265. God is not changeable

as

is the

Sun

in

its

r1jing

and

fttting

;.

nor as

it

is higher ·Or

lower

tn

StJmmrr,

and

Winter

in its

Mrridian,

but

God

and

his

Lovt

is always in their

Zt–

nith

or

hi/(htjl Eltvatio•i,D.p:z.66

See

God, f§c.

Vnio11.

The Grace of

VnifJfl

is the

highefl Grace ,

and

it is

the

ground of our

Cemmtmion,

b.

p.

xoo,

101,

102,

t!!c,

The

Vniou

that

Chr.f!

prays for

(.'lohn

17,

20,

H.) IS

not only ao

Vnion of

Saints

one within another

but

'tis alfo

an

Vnio11

with

God

and.

Cbrifl,

D.

p.

104, to). This is

the

Gtor'

of the

Saints Vnio11

which

Chrifl

prayed for, D. p.

106 , 107.

This is the bighefl

Priviledge we can pray for , D.

p.

108, 109, 11 o. And 'tis the

greatefl we (both

Crtaturts

and

Smnen

,

fo under

a

double di–

llan.ce) are capable of. D. p.u

1 ,

1

t2,

Ill,

~c.

Tlte firfl Motive in

Gods

giving this high

V11ion

to

Man,

is to manifefl his.own

Name,

D.

p.

121,

~c.

Our

V11ion

wirh

God

is but

fecondtJ>J, deri'Vative,

and

collattral,

but :Chat of

Chrif/s

(God-