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with what ' measure yė meet, it fhall be measured to you again. 3. And in why beholdest thou the mote thit is in thy brothers eye, but ^ confidereft not the bem that is in thine own eye? 4. Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye ; and behold, a beam is in thine own eye? 5. Thou hyparite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the inote out of thy brothers eye. 6. I Give not that which is o holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, let they trample them under their feet, and turn again 7. Ask, and it shall be given you :

teek, ! Mar. 4. 24. --Take heed IS.


of the Lord are upwhat you hear : with what mean on the righteous, and his ears are fure ye mete, it shall be measured

open unto their cry. Pf. 118 s: I forget to you: and unto you that hear, called upon the Lord in distress.. hot thall more be given. * Luk. 6. 38. 3 the Lord answered me, and fet me 'sir Give

, and it shall be given unto in a large place. Pf. 145. 19. He to you; good measure, presled down will fulfil the desire of them tlač they and thaken together, and running fear him: he also will hear their dalle over

, hall men give into your bo cry, and will save them. Prov. the fom. For with the same measure 1015.29. The Lord is far from the

ye mete witkal, it. Ihall be wicked: but he hearer b the Prayer ik measured to you again. . Judg. 1. of the righteous. Ifa. jo. 19:– He

will be very gracious unto thee, ac quited

1 Cor. 9. 6. He the voice of thy cry: when he chat foweth Sparingly, thall reap also 15 shall bear it, he will answer thee. 3. Sparingly: and he that foweth Isa. 58..9. Then Thale chou call, chist beautifully

, thall reap also bountifully. and the Lord shall answer ; thou Gal

. 6. 1. Brethren, if a man be o: fhalt cry, and he shall say, here I vertaken in a fault, ye which are

Jfa. 65.24. It shall come #piritual, reftore such an one in the 20 to pass, that before they call, I will bruke fpirit of meekness; consideringar:swer, and whiles they are yet dile thy felf, left thou allo be tempted. speaking, I will hear.

Mat. 21.

22. All things whatsoever ye shall " Lam. 3. 40. Let us search and ask in Prayer, Lelieving, ye fhall Green car ways, and turn again to 25 receive. * Mar. 11. 24. What things

soever ye defire when ye pray, be9 8. Reprove not a lieve that ye receive them, and ye Scorner left he hate thee : rebuke a shall have them. - * Luk., man, and he will love thee. and it shall le given ycu: fick,

shall be opened unto you + Joh,

14. 13. Whaticever ye shall ask in Pf. 10. 17. Lord, thou haft

my name, that will I do, that the heard the defire of the humble: thou

Father may be glorified in the wilt prepare thy heart, thou wilt 35 Son. Joh. 1s. 7. If ye abide in cause thire Ear to hear, PP. 34. me, and my words abide in you,

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feek, and ye shall find: knock, and it shall be opened

8. For every one that * asketh, receiveth and he that seeketh, findeth: and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. 9. Or what inan is there of you whom if his 5 Son ask bread, will he give him a ftone 10. Or if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpent ?: Ij If ye then c being evil, know how to give good gift

your Children, how much more shall your Fathe which is in Heaven, -give good things to them that as him?

12. Therefore all things e whatsoever ye would the Men should do to you,

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ye fall ask what ye will, and it and if ye seek him, he will be foun Thall be done unto you.

Joh. 16. of you ; but if ye forfake hia 23, 21. And in that day ye shall he will forsake you. + Prov. 8. a. ask me nothing: Verily, verily, I love them that love me, an I say unto you, whatfoever ye 3 thofe that seek me early shall fin fhall ask the Father in my name, me. + Jer. 29. 12. Then shall J. he will give it you. Hitherto have call upon me, and ye shall go an ye asked nothing in my name : pray unto me, and I will hearke ask, and


Thall receive, that your unto you. joy may be full.

Luk. 18.1. He 10 Luk. 15. Il. The Same 1pake a Parable unto them to this lusions. end, that men ought always to pray Gen. 6. s. And God saw thi and not to faint. 2 Cor. 12. 8, 9.

the wickedness of man was grei For this thing I befought the Lord in the earth, and that every imag thrice, that it might depart from 15 nation of the thoughts of his hea me. And he said unto me, my wa's only evil continually. t Gel Grace is sufficient for thee, for my 8. :1. —The imagination of mai ftrength is made perfect in weak heart is evil from his youth. ness. Heb.


16. Let us therefore Ifa. 49. 15. Can a Woman fo come boldly to the throne of Grace, 2o get her sucking child, that she shoul that we may obtain mercy, and not have compassion on the Son find grace to help in time of need. her wombi Yea, they may forge * Jam 1.5, 6 If any of you lack yet will I not forget thee. wisdom, let him ask of God, that e + Tob.4. 15. Do that to giveth to all men liberally, and up- 25 Man which thou hateft.braideth not; and it shall be given 6. 31. As ye would that Men shoul him, but let him ask in Faith, no. do to you, do ye also to them like thing wavering - t. Joh 3 22.

wife.' Obad, ver. 15. - As tho Whatri ever we ask we receive of haft done, it shall be done unto the him, because we keep his corn.jothy reward hall return upon thin mandments, and do those things own head. Eph. 6.8. Whatsoeve that are pleasing in his fight. # 1 good thing any Man doth, the fam Joh 5. 14. This is the confidence thall he receive of the Lord, whe that we have in him, that if we ther he be bond or free. ask any thing according to his 35 f : Lev. 19. 18. # Mat. 29 will he leareth us.

40. Rom. 13.8,9,10. + Gal Chromh. 15. 2. The Lord is 5. 14. t:Tim. 1. s. See on Joh with you, while ye be with him; 1-3. 34.

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the law and the prophets. 13. % Enter ye in at ze strait gate; for wide is the gate, and broad is the ay that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which o in thereat: 14. Because h ftrait is the gate, and narow is the way which leadeth unto lire, and tew there ce that. find it. 15. Beware of i false prophets, which come to you in * Theeps clothing, but inwardly they are

ravening wolves. 16. Ye shall m know them by their ruits: Do men * gather grapes of thorns, or figs of hiftles? 17. Even fo every • good tree, bringeth forth D 3


2. Luk: 13. 24. Strive to cater + Eph. 5. 6. ' + Col: 2. 8. t 1 Joh.

at the strait gate: for many, I 4, 1. See on Mat. 24.4. ly unto you, will seek to enter in, k Mat. 23. 14. Ye devour wie nd shall not be able. Rev. 21. dows houses, and for a pretence make 7. There shall in no wife enter in- s long Prayer. 2 Cor. 13. 13. Such o it any thing that defileth, nei are false Apostles, deceitful Workher whatsoever worketh abomina ers, transforming themselves into ion, or maketh a lie.

the Apoftles of Christ. + 2 Tim. 3.5. h Mat. 16.24. Then said Jesus Having a form of Godliness, but deinto his disciples, If any man will io nying the power thereof. + Mich. ome after me, let him deny him. 3.5. Thus faith the Lord conelf, and take up his cross and fol. cerning the Prophets that make my öw me.

People err, that bite with their it Deut. 13. 3. Thou shalt not teeth, and cry Peace: and he that earken unto the words of that 15 putteth not into their Mouths, 'rophet, or that dreamer of dreams : they prepare war against him. or the Lord your God provech

At. 20. 29. I know this, ou, to know whether you love that after my departing fhall grieve he Lord your God with all your ous Wolves enter in among you, not Heart, and with all your soul. 20 sparing the Flock. Jer. 23. 16. Thus faith the Lord of m :: Mat. 12. 33. Eicher make the lofts, Hearken not unto the words tree gond, and his fruit good ; or f the Prophets that prophesie un elfe make the tree corrupt, and his ? you ; they make you vain : fruit corrupt :

for the tree is hey speak a Vision of their own 25 known by his fruit. leart, and not out of the Mouth nt Luk. 6. 44. Every tree is f the Lord. + Mat. 24. 4, 24.

known by his own fruit : for of -Cake heed that no man deceive chorns men do not gather figs, nor inu. For there shall arise false of a bramble buth gather they Shrifts, and false Prophets, and shall 30 grapes. thew great Signs and Wonders, in 0 :: Jer. 11. 19. -I knew not lomuch that if it were possible) that they had devised devices athey shall deceive the very ele&t. gainst me, saying, Let us .destroy Rom. 16. 17. Now I beseech the tree with the fruit thereof, and you, Brethren, mark them which 35 lec us cut him off from the Land cause Divisions and Offenees, con of the Living, that his nime may frary to the Doctrine which ye be no more remembred. have learned; and avoid them.

good fruit: but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit 18. A ood tree cannot bring forth evil fruit: neithe can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. 19. $ Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit, is hewn dow and cast into the fire. 20. Wherefore by their fruits ye shal kuoi them. 21. Not every one that faith urito me

Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven: but h that d'àoth the will of my Father which is in heaver 22. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord have we not f prophesied in thy name? and in thy nam



a Tit. 1. 15. Unto'the pure, all and hath fhut to the door, and things are pure : but unto them begin to stand without and to knoc. that are defiled and unbelieving, is at the door, saying, Lord, Lord, nothing pure ; but even their

pen unto us; and he shall answ mind and conscience is defiled. S and say unto you, I know you n + Mat. 12.33. The Words under ver. whence you Act. 19, 1 16.

Then certain of the vagabond Jew uť Mat. 3. 10. + Joh. 15. 2, 6. exorcists, took upon them to ci Every Branch in me that beareth over them which had evil Spirit not fruit, he taketh away: and e-To the name of the Lord Jesus, saying very branch that beareth fruit, he We adjure thee by Jefus, who purgeth it, that it may bring forth Paul preacherh. more fruit: If a man abide not in a PC 15.5. He that doth the me, he is cast forth as a branch, and things shall never be moved. S is withered ; and men gather them, '5 ver. 24. * Rom. 2. 13. North and cast them into the fire, and hearers of the Law are just befal they are burned.

1 Pet. 14. 17.

God, but the doers of the Low the The time is come that judgment be jufified. *Jam. 1. 22. Be must begin at the house of God: doers of the word, and not ticare and if it first begin at us, what thall 20 only, deceiving your own felves. be the end of them that obey not € Ads 17 31. Hé hath appoin the Gospel of God!

ed a day, in the which he will jud C + Hof. 8. 2. Israel shall cry the World in righteousnefs: unto me, my God, we know thee. fof Numb. 24.4. He hath faid Jer. 7. 4. Trust ye not in lying as which heard the words of God Words, faying, the temple of the which saw the Vision of the Al Lord, the temple of the Lord, mi

mighew, falling a trance, bv "the temple of the Lord having inis eyes open. + Joh. i these. :: Mat. 25. 13. Afterwards sr. This spake he not of himself came also the other Virgins, saying, zo but being High Priest that year "Lord, Lord, open to us. + Luk 6. he prophesied that Jesus should dit

46. Why call ye me, Lord, Lord, for that Nation. ti Cor. 13. 2 and do not the things which I Though I have the gift of Prophecy jay, ; Luk. 8. 21. My Mother and understand all Mysteries, and and my Brethren are there, which 35 all knowledge, and though! hear the word of God, and do it. have all Faith, so that I could se of Luk. 13. 25. When once the move Mountains, and have no master of the House is risen up, Charity, I am nothing.



have caft out devils ? and in thy name done many wonderful works ? 23. And then will I & profefs unto them, I never (1) knew yoư: n depart from me ye that work iniquity. 24. Therefore, whosoever i heareth these fayings of mine, and k doth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a Rock: 25.

And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the le

winds blew, and beat upon that house: and it fell not, for it was founded upon a rock. 26. And every one

that heareth these sayings of mine, and doth them not, * fhall be likened unto a foolish man, which built his house upon

the fand: 27. And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that * house: and it 'fell, and great was the m fall of it. 28.





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Words under ver. 21. Pf. 103. 18. al you not, * Luk. 13.35, 29:

To fuch as keep his covenant, and to The 25 ver. is under ver. 21. Ver. those that remember his command27. I tell you, I know you not s ments to do them.

Mat. 12. 50. whence you are ; depart from me,

Whosoever shall do the will of my all ye workers of Iniquity. Cor. Father which is in Heaven, the

3-If any man love God, the same is my Brother, and Sister, same is known of him.

*: 2. Tim. and Mother. Luk. 11. 28. Yea, 2:19. Let every one that nameth so rather blessed are they that bear the the name of Christ, depart from Word of God and keep it. Joh. Iniquity.

13. 17. If ye know these things, 361

Pl.5.5. The foolith shall not happy are ye if ye do them. See on licht fand in thy fight : thou hateft all

Mat. 12. 5o.

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children, lec no man deceive you; por Depart from me all ye workers of He that doth righteousness is righIniquity." pr. 119. 115. Depart

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he is righteous. Rey. from me ye evil doers.' Hab: 1. 22. 14. Blessed are they that do !}. Thou art of purer eyes than

his Commandments, that they may 40 behold" evil, and canft nor 20 have right to the tree of life, and

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Job. 8. 13. So are the paths of e cursed into everlasting fire, prepa

all that forget God, and the Hy#red for the Devil and his Angels. pocrites hope shall perilla. Luk. 6. 47. Whosoever com

m Mat. 11. 22. Ic lhall be more eth to me, and beareth my fayings, tolerable for Tyre and. Şidon at and doth them, I will fhew you to

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