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(6.) The preservation of the Israelites' raiment in the wilderness
(11.) The death of the disobedient prophet
(12.) The feeding of Elijah by ravens
(13.) The destruction of the children who mocked Elisha
(14.) The supply of water to the armies of Jehoram, &c. accord-
(15.) The feeding of 100 men by Elisha on 20 barley loaves.
(22.) The madness miraculously inflicted on Nebuchadnezzar
(24.) The preservation of Jonah in the fish's belly, &c.
(33.) The healing of two men possessed of a legion of devils
7. From the astonishing and miraculous preservation of the Scrip-
tures from being either lost or corrupted
8. From the prophecies contained in the sacred Scriptures, and ful-
§ 20. That his disciples should forsake him
§ 21. That he should be accused by false witnesses
§ 25. That they should offer him gall and vinegar to drink.
30. That he should be patient under his sufferings
§ 31. That he should die with malefactors.
§ 35. That he should ascend into heaven, &c.
§ 36. That his betrayer should die suddenly and miserably
(21.) Concerning the Israelites or Jews
3. That the Babylonish captivity should last seventy years
§ 11. That their children should be forcibly taken from them
12. That they should be compelled to worship idols
14. That they should be preserved a distinct people
(22.) Prophecies of our Saviour respecting the destruction of
(vi.) The sixth sign, the persecution of the Christians.
(vii.) The seventh sign, the preaching of the Gospel through-
§ 2. The circumstances of the destruction of Jerusalem
(i.) The surrounding of it by Roman armies, &c.
(ii.) The escape of the Christians from it
(iii.) The appearance of false Christs and false prophets
(iv.) The miseries of the Jews during and after the siege
§ 6. The church of Philadelphia
(vii.) The seventh seal, and seven trumpets which it com-
The state of the church in the wilderness, and the
reformation from, and fall of popery
(§ 7.) The pouring out of the seven vials of the wrath of
God comprehended under the seventh trumpet
§ 2. Summary of the remaining prophecies, and conclusion
9. The inspiration of the Scriptures shewn from the extraordinary
success of Christianity
10. And finally, from the inward testimony afforded by their effec-