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Christian code of laws and Levitical, alike
teach us to aim at perfection, ii. 477.

-, every; must consider himself both
as a sacrificer and a sacrifice, ii. 477.

must be saved by faith in Christ
alone, who is the only sinless priest and
the spotless victim, ii. 478; his whole life
must be devoted to God, 516.
Christianity, its truth proved by the present
state of many parts of the world, i. 390.
more philosophical to receive it
with its evidences than to reject it with its
difficulties, ii. 121.

not confined to teaching sublime
truths concerning God, and our eternal
destinies, but including also our social du-
ties in this world, ii. 468, 469.

in it privileges are duties and

duties privileges, ii. 487.
Christians, their divisions the curse of the
Church, ii. 596. 623.

Church before the fall, the garden of Eden
was the, i. 68.

visible, our connexion with it will not
avail us finally, unless we are members of
the spiritual Church also, i. 95.

history of, and of every believer,
summed up in Gen. xii. 2-5, i. 364.

, its future history and destinies typified
by the history of the patriarchs, i. 474.
the, in its darkest periods, will ever
be delivered, till the object of the creation
of man be accomplished, i. 628.

state of the, at the time of the impri-
sonment of Joseph, i. 629.

the, its edification the reason of the
preservation of the earth, i. 680.

visible, the design of its appointment,
and maintenance throughout all ages, ii.


spiritual, of Israel, its separation by
Moses from the general mass, ii. 297.

the spiritual, must prove its sincerity
and love, by building up the visible Church
in the world in that way which God has
commanded, ii. 325.

of England, its definition of saving or
justifying faith, i. 268.

its Scriptural views of the
doctrine of atonement, ii. 372.

on the mode of reading

the Scriptures adopted in the, ii. 444.
Circumcision, on its origin, and the probable
meaning and intention of the command to
Abraham, i. 411.

its probable existence amongst
many ancient nations, i. 412.

in Egypt, confined to the

priesthood, i. 412.

intent of the commandment
concerning it given to Abraham, i. 412.

whether performed by the
Israelites during the darkness on the
Egyptians, while they had light, ii, 85.

Cities of the plain, on the sin of the, i. 430.
City built by Cain, probable nature of, i.
75, n.

"Clay turned to the seal," meaning of that
allusion in Job xxxviii., i. 332.

Clergy, instruction afforded to the, by the
command to prepare oil for the lamps in
the tabernacle, ii. 239.

Cloud, the expansions of the, what meant by,
in Job xxxvi. 29, i. 325.

Clouds covering the light, what meant by in
Job xxxvi. 32, i. 325.

Coat of many colours, Joseph's, what meant
by, i. 614.

Cockle, what meant by, in Job xxxi. 40,

i. 299.

Coined silver, on the first allusion to, i. 452.
Comfort to be derived in adversity from our
conscious integrity, i. 294.

Commandments, their observance necessary
to our remaining in covenant with God,
ii. 182.

the ten, what enjoined and

forbidden by them, ii. 183.

on the real meaning of the
second, as applicable to paintings, images,
&c., ii. 190.

Commentators, on the choice of, to illustrate
this work, i. 372.

Commerce of the Canaanites, i. 365.
Communion with God, the only happiness of
the immortal soul, either here or hereafter,
i. 273.
when it ceases, sin re-

sumes its power, i. 367.

with those we love, its existence
not only in the present but in the inter-
mediate state, and in the future life,
i. 447.
Concealed :-" If I have concealed my sin,"
on that expression of Job, i. 298.
Concubines, on the rank and estimation of
servants admitted to the rank of, i. 405.
Confession of sins, its difference with respect
to God and to our fellow-men, i. 293.
Confusion of tongues, history of the events
which probably took place from the Deluge
to that period, i. 120.

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to be literally under-

stood, i. 123.
Consecration of a soul to God, five things
necessary to the, ii. 253.

of the sons of Aaron to the
priests' office, spiritual instruction to be
derived from the history of the, ii. 253.
Consolation, its true source to the believer,
in every age of the world, i. 289.
Constellations, on their names in the time of
Job, i. 333.

Continuity of fulfilment demonstrates the in-
spiration of prophecy, i. 414.

"Cool of the day," on the meaning of that
phrase, i. 60.

Copleston, Bishop, error in his reasoning on

the nature of God and the doctrine of pre-
destination, i. 471.

Corn, on the refusal of Joseph to sell, out of
Egypt, i. 690.

Cornelius à Lapide, on Exod. xxxiii. 23,
ii. 304.

on the women who as-
sembled at the door of the tabernacle, his
opinion controverted, ii. 331.
Cory, Mr., on the illustration of the history
of Joseph from his labours, i. 653.

i. 656.

his theory on the wife of Joseph,

his view of the history of Egypt
prior to the time of Joseph, i. 689.
Council, on that held by Pharaoh before the
elevation of Joseph, i. 644.

Court of the tabernacle, spiritual meaning of,
ii. 235.

Covenant of God with His people, its security
in the darkest times, i. 94.

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what meant by God's entering into,
with man, i. 111.

superiority of the Christian, i. 114.
with mine eyes, I made a, mean-
ing of that passage, i. 297.

between God and the soul, must be
made individually, i. 406; duty of it, ii.
717; three modes of, ib.; meaning of the
term "covenant," ib.

entered into between God and
Israel at Sinai, arrangement of the pas-
sages of Scripture concerning the, ii. 208.
Covetousness, the prevalence and danger of
the sin of, ii. 557.

Creation, itself a miracle, demonstrates the
possibility of other miracles, i. 28.

Mosaic account of the, during the
first four days, i. 24; fifth and sixth days,


of the earth, when its object is ac-
complished, the earth will be laid aside as
a scaffolding when the building is com-
pleted, i. 326.

Creators, plural, in Eccles. xii. 1, i. 317.
Creed, the Apostles', tables exhibiting the
proper influence of a belief in, i. 264—267.
Creeping things, what allowed to be eaten by
the Jews, and why, ii. 432.

Crime, not to be justified by any interpreta-
tion of Scripture, i. 482.

Crooked serpent, what meant by the, in the
book of Job, i. 271.

Cross, miraculous appearance of the, to Con-
stantine, examined, i. 397.

alleged discovery of the true, examined,
i. 397.

Cruden, meaning given by him of the names
of the forty-two stations of the Israelites,

ii. 118.

"Curse thee to thy face," what meant by
those words, in the book of Job, i. 136.
"Cursed God in their hearts," meaning of
that expression in the book of Job, i. 135.

Cursing the day of his birth, what meant by
Job's, i. 145.


Daily prayer and Lord's day services, must
be solemnly observed, ii. 497.

Dan, Jacob's prophecy concerning, i. 713.
Darkness, on the Egyptian plague of, ii. 73.
which might be felt," what meant


by, ii. 84.
Date, early, of the book of Job, i. 194.
Dathius, extract from, on Gen. xlviii. 12,
i. 703.

his erroneous version of Exodus
xxxiv. 7, ii. 315.

Day of Abraham, what meant by the, i. 441.
"Days, ten, or a few days," controversy on

that expression in Gen. xxiv. 35, i. 463.
Death can alone convince those of the truth
of God's threatenings, who have hardened
their hearts during life, and provided no
lamb for a sacrifice, ii. 87.

in what sense a Christian may desire
it, i. 142.
Death-bed of Jacob, a fine example how to
leave the present world gracefully and re-
ligiously, i. 695.

Debts, ordinance respecting the remission of,
ii. 503.

Deceitfulness of the human heart, shown in
the readiness with which it justifies its re-
sistance to the appeals of God's ministers,
i. 776.

Deists, their belief, i. 29; principal object of
the English, 29.

Deity, on the twofold notion of, among the
ancient Israelites, ii. 615.
Deluge, allusions to it in Job xxii. 15-19,
i. 228.

confirmation of its truth, from Egyp-
tian tradition, i. 99.

evidence of the truth of revelation,
derived from the certainty of the, i. 114.
its waters a type of those of baptism,

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the Mosaic account of, i. 37.
Descendants of Noah, table of, i. 124.
"Desire for the work of thy hands, thou
wilt have a," on that expression in the book
of Job, i. 190.

Deuteronomy xxxiii. 2-5 critically examined,
ii. 178.

on the structure of the book of,

ii. 765.
De Wette, futile remarks of, on the predic
tions of the prophets, ii. 197.
Deylingius, his treatise on the vail of Moses,
ii. 316.

Difficulties of natural and revealed religion,

the power of contemplating them a proof
of the immortality of the soul, i. 748.
Difficulty of simplifying the chapters in the
book of Job, i. 171.

Dignity, true, of human nature, consists in
communion with heaven, i. 545.
Dinah, on her conduct at Shechem, i. 597.
Disease of Job, its nature, i. 141.
Dispensation, on the use of that word as ap-
plied to the system of redemption, i. 585.
Divining by cups, what meant by Joseph's,
i. 672.

Divinity of Christ demonstrated by Gen. xix.
24, i. 431.

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Dophkah, literal and spiritual meaning of that
name, ii. 163.

Doxology in Rev. vii. 11, 12, to God and
Christ equally, i. 585.

Dreams, difference between those of human
and those of Divine origin, i. 634.

-, prophetic, of Joseph, Pharaoh, &c.,
i. 641.
Dress of the Jewish high-priest, its typical
meaning with regard to Christ and Chris-
tians in general, ii. 247.

, on the, of an Egyptian overseer, i. 627.
Dresses, Aaronical, on the causes of the mi-
nute directions concerning them, ii. 245.

of the Jewish priesthood, their em-
blematical meaning, ii. 241.
Drummond, Sir Wm., coarse remarks of,

concerning the minute directions given by
God to Moses, ii. 224.

Drunkenness of Noah, passage of Scripture
concerning, i. 116.

Dynasties, Egyptian, Mr. Cory's account of
the, i. 654.


"Earth, cover not thou my blood," i. 201.

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"dark, turned to the light, as clay

to the seal," i. 332.

hanging upon nothing, i. 270.

its surface not level before the de-
luge, i. 37; its division among the nations
not determined by chance, ii. 737.

the, preserved in existence that the
Church may be built up and extended to
its utmost boundaries, i. 680.

when the object of its creation is
accomplished, it will be laid aside as a
scaffolding when the building is completed,
i. 326.

Eden, on the site of, i. 52.

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the garden of, was the Church before

the fall, i. 68.

Edom refuses to permit the Israelites to pass
through his territory, ii. 625.

Egypt, its early history before the time of
Joseph, i. 688.

name of the king of, at the death of
Jacob, i. 719.

name of the king of, at the death of
Joseph, i. 719.

on the nature of the idolatry of, i. 782.
the late discoveries in, confirm the
truth of the Old Testament, i. 609; on the
estimation of women in, 626.

united into one kingdom by Joseph,

i. 691.
Egyptian troops, their position when Jacob
and his family went down into Egypt, i.

Egyptians acquainted with the doctrine of a
future state, which they had scandalously
perverted, ii. 272.

Elihu, important nature of his address to
Job, i. 299.

, proof from his pedigree, of the ante-
Abrahamic date of Job, i. 304.

references he seems to make in Job
xxxiv. 5, &c., i. 312.

, summary of his reasoning in Job xxxiv.
illustrated by an extract from an anony-
mous writer, i. 312.

-, supposed to refer to the appearance of
the angel Jehovah, in Job xxxvii. 29,
i. 324.

Elim, spiritual lesson to be derived from the

encampment of the Israelites there, ii. 150.
Eliphaz, his reasoning, though sound, does not
apply to the case of Job, i. 149.

Emblems, hieroglyphical, of the Egyptians,
what they denoted, i. 643.


Empty space,"
," i. 270.

Enchantments of the Egyptian magicians,

what meant by, i. 784, and n.

"Enemy, the, sharpeneth his eyes upon me,"
i. 200.

England the present accomplisher of pro-
phecy, ii. 573. 581. 734.

Enmity between the serpent and the woman,
what signified by, i. 65.

Enoch, considered as a type of Christ, i. 87.
on the book of, i. 87.
Ephod, on the colours of the, ii. 246.
Ephrath," there was but a little way to come
to," i. 603.

Error, not to be defended by any interpreta-
tion of Scripture, i. 482.

Esau and Jacob, difference of the temporal
blessings promised to them, i. 492.

on his peculiar hirsuteness, i. 490.

on his request of the food prepared by
Jacob, i. 473.

Essay on Man, Pope's, folly of its argument,
i. 627.

Eucherius on Exod. xxxiii. 23, ii. 304.
Eusebius, extract from, on Noah's division of
the earth amongst his sons, i. 120, n.

Eve, on that name being given to his wife by
Adam, i. 67.

on her exclamation, "I have gotten a
man from the Lord," i. 76.
Evidence, on the amount of, necessary to
establish the truth of miracles, i. 399.
Evil, its origin, i. 54.

its true origin and only remedy, ii. 734.
Examples in Scripture, many given for our
warning, not for our imitation, i. 142.
Exodus xxxvi.-xxxix., why transposed from
their numerical order, ii. 331.
Experience of the present age not the crite-
rion by which to judge of the past, i. 28.
-, present, cannot be the criterion of

the truth of the past, i. 566.
"Eyes opened," i. 60.


Faber, Mr., extract from, on prayer for Di-
vine illumination, i. 256, n.

his interpretation of the vision

of Jacob's ladder, i. 549.

reference to, on the ancient
places of worship, ii. 315.

Faith, Abram's, though proved by patience
and counted for righteousness, must be
confirmed by sacrifice, i. 386.

-, analogy of, on interpreting Scripture
according to the, i. 206.

and obedience, the blessing of God
rather follows it than the pride which rea-
sons, i. 559.

and works, their union shown before,
during, and after the offering of sacrifices,
ii. 346.

-, authorities confirmatory of the author's
views on the subject of justification by, i.


definition of, by the Church of Eng-
land, i. 268.

definition of that, which justifies man
in the sight of God, ii. 345.

illustrations of justifying or saving,
given us in Scripture, i. 260.

in a Divine revelation, producing holy
motives and holy actions, the only mode in
which men have ever been accounted right-
eous before God, i. 251.

necessity of walking by, and not by
sight, whatever be our station in life, ii.

of all the ancient patriarchs the same,
i. 713.

, saving, made up of belief, principle,
and action, i. 260.

tables illustrating the doctrine of justi-
fication by, i. 262–268.

the nature of that, by which man is
justified before God, i. 258.

Fall of man, account of the, i. 54; to be un-
derstood literally, 58.

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Fear of the Lord, in what its wisdom con-
sists, i. 278.

"Feast to the Lord, we must hold a," mean-
ing of that expression, ii. 62.
Feasting of Job's sons and daughters, its
probable nature, i. 134.

Fernandus, Benedict, his fanciful remarks on
Gen. xiii. 1, i. 373.

Festivals, religious, on the difference between
the Patriarchal and Mosaical, ii. 62.
"Fiery serpents" (Numb. xxi. 6), what, ii.

Fig-leaves, probably worn by Adam and Eve
in token of contrition, i. 60.
Fire, first mentioned as an emblem of God's
wrath, i. 298.

-, on the origin of the worship of, ii. 412.
on the, which came forth from the
Lord, ii. 412.

-, perpetual, in the tabernacle, what its
spiritual signification, ii. 386.
First-born of Egypt, not slain till after six
months' warning, ii. 73.

Fishes, clean and unclean, reason of this dis-
tinction in the Levitical law, ii. 432.
Fleming, extract from, on the original glory
of man's body, i. 47.

Flies, on the Egyptian plague of, ii. 72.
Forster, Mr., Egyptian antiquities discovered
by him, illustrating the history of Joseph,
i. 690.

his theory of the interpretation
of the prophecies relating to Ishmael, i.

Fossil remains discovered in the various strata
of the earth, their position and order ac-
counted for, i. 40.

Fowl, on the creation of, i. 45.
Fowls, clean and unclean, reason of this dis-
tinction in the Levitical law, ii. 432.
Free-will offerings for the tabernacle, how to
be imitated by Christians, ii. 210.
"Friends, my, scorn me," on that expression
of Job, i. 201.

Fringes on the garment, law respecting them,
ii. 591.

Frogs, on the Egyptian plague of, ii. 71.
Funeral cries of the Egyptians, on the, ii. 86.
Future state, doctrine of a, probable reason
why Moses was not directed to establish
his laws on a belief in the, ii. 271. 276.
on the earliest revelation of a,
proofs that the Jews were well
acquainted with the doctrine of a, ii. 277, n.

i. 86.

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Gates of a city, on the tribunals at the, i. 452.
Garments worn by the Jewish priesthood,
their emblematical meaning, ii. 241.
Genesis, the two first verses in, analysed,
i. 35.

xv. 2. 5, new reading of, i. 389.
xx., on its position, i. 373.

xxxviii. 6, to the end, proper place of,

i. 626.
Geology, facts discovered by, i. 38.

its phenomena resolvable into the
agency of the will of God alone, i. 41.

the Mosaic account of the Creation
reconcileable with the discoveries of, i. 35.
German theologians, views of several, on the
doctrine of atonement, ii. 376.

Giants, the antediluvian, what meant by, i.

Gibbon on the independence of the Arabians,
i. 404.

Giese, Joachim, extract from, on Anah find-
ing the mules in the wilderness, i. 607.
Gilbert, Mr. J., his views of the doctrine of
the atonement, ii. 375.

Glory of Christ, when He comes to judge the
world, the same as that in which He ap-
peared to the patriarchs and to St. John,
i. 739.

of God, different degrees of it seen by
Moses, Nadab, and Abihu, typical of the
gradations by which the soul attains its
highest happiness, ii. 202.

-, on its appearance at the door of
the ark, i. 99.

of the Saints, its perpetual increase in
the future state, ii. 308.

Goats, on the use of them, as well as sheep,
for the sacrifice of the passover, ii. 78.
God, different modes in which He manifests
Himself in different ages of the world, i.

governs the world either by the uniform
system which we behold, or by especial
interference, if necessary, i. 318.

of Israel, threefold view in which He
has revealed Himself to us, ii. 218.

who manifested to the Israel-

ites under that name at the giving of the
law, ii. 178.

on His revealed character as the for-
giver of sins, ii. 314.

-, on the earliest allusion to Him as in-
visible, i. 171; His will known from His
work and words, ii. 725; substance of it,

on the foreknowledge of, and the doc-
trine of predestination, i. 471.

on the proclamation of His name and


attributes to Moses, ii. 307; His gifts dif-
ferent from His graces, 671.

God, the being of, less difficult to suppose
than the eternity of matter, i. 28; having
created man, He became his instructor, ib.

the contemplation of His attributes,
providence, and promises, the best motive
to our obedience, and the most solid foun-
dation of our hope, i. 760.

why He directed Moses to declare His
peculiar name to Pharaoh, i. 761.

will be known to us as to Pharaoh,
as the fulfiller both of His promises and
threatenings, i. 762.

Gods of Egypt, on the judgments executed
upon them during the ten plagues, and at
the time of the Exodus, ii. 99.

-, on the words, "Make us gods, which
shall go before us," ii. 287.

Gold, on Abram's riches in, i. 373.

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on the word so translated in Job xxviii.,
i. 282.

Good actions, the way in which we may justly
speak of our, i. 292.

Goshen, on the situation of the land of, i. 687.
Gradations, on the, in the spiritual life, and
the three gradations of approach to God,
ii. 209.

Grave, on Job's hope of restoration from the,
i. 292.

the thought of it should lead us to
repentance and preparation for death, i.
Graving-tool, what meant by Aaron fashion-
ing the golden calf with a, ii. 279. 287.
Great Britain will extend her political influ-
ence, if she employs her power to the
honour of God and the good of man, ii.
686. 689.
Gregory, miracle of his staff, examined, i.

S., on Job xi. 6, i. 177.


Hagar and Sarah, their history a type of the
past, present, and future history of the
Jews, i. 433.

and Ishmael, on the typical parallel
between their history and that of the Jews,
i. 439.

Hail, on the Egyptian plague of, ii. 72.
Hales, Dr., extract from, on the curse pro-
nounced upon Ham, i. 121, n.

dates given by him of the princi-
pal events from the birth of Heber to that
of Abraham, i. 132.

Hands, on laying them upon the heads of the
victims offered in sacrifice, ii. 371.

what meant by God not laying His,
on the elders of Israel, ii. 208.
Happiness, three degrees of, ii. 572.
Haran, city of, why so called, i. 364.

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