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THE

MIRACLES

Wrought by

OUR SAVIOUR:

From whence, in many Instances, is represented

the much greater Things that should be effected upon the Souls of those that believe in him.

Most of these MIRACLES were wrought in the Sight

of Multitudes of People.

Water turned into Wine.

ii. I.

John ND the third Day there was a MARRI

AGE in Cana of Galilee; and the Mother of Jesus was there.

2. And both Jesus was called, and his

Disciples, to the Marriage. 3. And when they wanted Wine, the Mother of Jesus faith unto him, They have no Wine.

4. Jesus faith unto her, Woman, what have I to do with thee? mine Hour is not yet come.

5. His Mother faith unto the Servants, Whatsoever he faith unto you, do it.

6. And there were set there fix Water Pots of Stone, after the manner of the Purifying of the Jews, containing two or three Firkins a piece.

7. Jesus faith unto them, Fill the Water Pots with Water. And they filled them up to the Brim.

8. And he saith unto them, Draw out now, and bare unto the Governour of the Feast. And they bare it.

9. When the Ruler of the Feast had tasted the Water that was made Wine, and knew not whence it was, (but the Servants which drew the Water knew) the Governour of the Feast calleth the Bridegroom,

10. And faith unto him, Every Man at the Beginning doth set forth good Wine; and when Men have well drunk, then that which is worse : but thou hast kept the good Wine until now.

11. This BEGINNING OF MIRACLES did Jesus in Cana of Galilee, and MANIFESTED forth his GLORY; and his Difciples Believed on him.

Dispossessing of Devils.

Luke ND he came down to Capernaum, a City of iv.31.

Galilee, and taught them on the Sabbath Days. 32. And they were ASTONISHED at his DOCTRINE : for his WORD was with Power.

How BELIEVERS are deliver'd from the Snares

and Power of the Devil *

Luke x. 17. And the Se (a) Col. i. 12. Giving THANKS venty returned again with unto the Father, which hath made

us meet to be partakers of the InJoy, saying, LORD, (a) even heritance of the Saints inLight: the Devils are subject unto 13. Who hath DELIVERED Us us through thy NAME.

from the Power of DARKNESS, 18. And he said unto them, dom of his dear Son.

and hath translated us into the KingI beheld SATAN as Light Ephef. ii. 1. And you hath he ning FALL from HEAVEN. quickned, who were dead in Tres

PASSES and SINS,
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2. Where* See Of Timptations, in the APOLOGY to the Harmony of the PSALMS, pag. xxxiv.

art;

Chap. iv. 33. And in the

2. Wherein in Time past ye Synagogue there was a Man walked according to the course of which had a Spirit of an of the Power of the Air, the

this World, according to the Prince unclean Devil, and cried Spirit that now worketh in the out with a loud Voice,

Children of Disobcdience.

Heb. ii. 14. Forasmuch then as 34. Saying, Let us alone; the Children are Partakers of Fleth what have we to do with and Blood, he also himselt likewise thee, thou Jesus of Naza- took part of the same: that through reth? Art thou come to de- had the Power of Death, that is, ftroy us? I know thee who the DEVIL ; thou the HOLY ONE of 15. And deliver them, who thro'

Fear of Death were all their LifeGod.

time subjcét to BONDAGE. 35. And Jefus rebuked

1 Pet. v. 8. Be soBER, be vigi. him, saying, Hold thy Peace, LANT; for your Adverfary the Deand come out of him. And ViL, as a roaring Lion, walketh

about seeking whom he may devour. when the Devil had thrown

9. Whom refilt, Itedtalt in the him in the mids, he came faith, knowing that the same

AFFLICTIONs are accomplished in out of him, and hurt him not.

your Brethren that are in the World. 36. And they were all a

1 John iii. 8. He that committeth mazed, and spake among Sin is of the DEVIL; for the DEthemselves, faying, What a vil finneth from the Beginning.

For this purpose the Son of God WORD is this? for with Au

was manifested, that he might dethority and Power he com- stroy the Works of the Devil. mandeth the unclean SPI 9. Whosoever is BORN of GOD,

doch not commit Sin; for his Seed RITS, and they come out.

remaineth in him : and he cannot 37. And the Fame of him tin, because he is born of God. went out into every Place of 10. In this the CHILDREN of

God are manifest, and the CHILthe Country round about.

DREN of the DEVIL: whosoever

doth not Righteousness, is not of God, neither he that loveth not his Brother.

Rev. xx. 1. And I saw an Angel come down from Heaven, having a Key of the Bottomless Pit, and a great Chain in his Hand.

2. And he laid hold on the DRAGON, that OLD SERIENT, which is the Devil and Satan, and bound him a thousand Years,

3. And cast him into the BoTTOMLESS Pit, and shut him up, and fet a Seal upon him, that he should deceive the Nations no more, till the thousand Years should be fulfilled: and after that he must be loofed a Jittle Scafon.

Rev. xii. 10. And I heard a loud Voice, saying in Heaven, Now is come SALVATION and STRENTGH, and the Kingdom of our God, and the Power of his Chrift: for the Accuser of our Brethren is cast down, which accused thein before our God Lay and Night.

ul. And they OVERCAME him by the Blood of the Lamb, and by the Word of their Teltimony; and they lived not th:ir Lives unto ché Death.

Christ passeth over into the Country of the Gergesenes, rebuketh the Winds, &c.

Mark iv. 36.

Luke viii. 22. Matt. viii. 23. [L. NOW

Tow it came to pafs on a certain Day, that he

went into a Ship; [M.] and when he was entred into a Ship, his Disciples followed: (L.) And he said unto them, Let us go over unto the other side of the Lake. And they launched forth, [Mr.] and there were also with him other little Ships. [L.) But as they failed, he fell afleep : [M.) And behold there arose a great Tempest in the Sea, (L.) and there came down [M.] a great Storm of Wind (L.) on the Lake, (Mr.] and the Waves beat into the Ship, [M.] infomuch that the Ship was covered with Waves, [Mr.] so that it was now full, (L.) and they were filled with Water, and were in Jeopardy : [ Mr.) and he was in the hinder Part of the Ship, afleep on a Pillow. [M.] And his Disciples came unto him, [L.) and awoke him, saying, Master, Mafter, we perish ; [Mr.] Master, carest thou not that we perish? [M.] Lord, save us; we perish. And he saith unto them, Why are ye fearful, O ye of LITTLE FAITH? Then he arose, and rebuked the Winds and the Sea, (L.) and the raging of the Water, [Mr.] and said unto the Sea, Peace, be still: and the Wind ALLAYED, (L.) and they ceased, [Mr.] and there was a great Calm. And he said unto them, Why are ye so fearful ? how is it that ye have not FAITH? [L.] where is your Faith? [Mr.] And they feared exceedingly. [.11.) But the Men marvelled, saying (L.] one to another, What manner of Man is this? for he commandeth even the Winds and WATER, [M.] that even the WINDS and the SEA obey him?

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CHRIST by his Word having allayed the

Winds and Waves, heals the PofSelled of Devils in the Country of the Gergelenes.

Luke viii. 26. Mark ix. 26. Matt. viii. 28. . [

ND they failed, [Mr.] and came over unto the

other side of the Sea, into the Country of the Gadarenes. (L.) which is over against Galilee. [M.] And when he was come to the other Side, into the Country of the Gergesenes, [Mr.) and when he was come out of the Ship (L.) to Land, [M.] there met him two pofseffed with Devils, coming out of the Tombs exceeding FIERCE, so that no Man might pass by that Way. And behold they cried out, saying, * What have we to do with thee, Jesus thou Son of God ? Art thou come hither to TORMENT us before the TIME ? [Mr.] Immediately, I fay, there met him out of the Tombs, a Man with an unclean Spirit, [L.] a certain Man out of the City, which had Devils long time, and ware no Clothes, neither abode in any House, but [Mr.] had his Dwelling among the Tombs; and no Man could bind him, no not with Chains: because that he had been bound with Ferters and Chains, and the Chains had been plucked afunder by him, and the Fetters broken in pieces : neither could any Man tame him. And always Night and Day he was in the Mountains, and in the Tombs, CRYING, and cutting himself with Stones. But when he saw

Jesus afar off, he came and WORSHIPPED him, and CRIID with a loud Voice, and said, What have I to do with thee, Jesus, thou Son of the most high GOD? (L.] I beseech thee, [Mr.] I adjure thee by God that thou TORMENT me not. [L.. ] For he had commanded the unclean Spirit to come out of the Man : [Mr.] For he said unto him, Come out of the Man, thou unclean Spirit. [I..] For oftentimes it had caught him, and he was kept bound with Chains, and in Fetters, and he brake the Bands, and was driven of the Devil into the Wilderness. And Jesus asked him, saying, What is thy Naine? [Mr.) And he answered, saying, My Name is LEGION ; for we are

MANY: * Noll, The Devils acknowledge Chrifi to be the Son of God.

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