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LORD JESUS CHRIST:
BEING AN ATTEMPT TO ELUCIDATE, IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER,
BOTH OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS,
TO THE APPROACHING APPEARANCE OF THE REDEEMER, AND “ THE
MANIFESTATION OF THE SONS OF GOD”-TO THE JUDGMENT
THE RESTORATION OF ISRAEL-
BY THE REV. JOHN FRY, B. A.
(Late of University College, Oxford,)
Translation and Exposition of the Psalms," fc.
;" “ Expository
IN TWO VOLUMES.
“ There is scarce a prophecy in the Old Testament concerning Christ, which doth not
" Whom the heavens must receive, until the times of the restitution of all things, which
“ Nevertheless, when the Son of man cometh, shall be find faith on the earth?”—Luke,
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THE PROPHETS OF THE ERA OF THE BABYLONIAN CAPTIVITY.
SECT. XVII. Nebuchadnezzar's Dream, Dan. ii.
XVIII. Daniel's Vision of the Four Empires, vii. .. 11
XIX. The Vision of the Ram and He.goat, viii.. 28
XX. Some Remarks on the Prophecy of the
XXI. The last Prophecy in Daniel
EXTRACTS FROM THE PROPHETS AFTER THE RESTORATION,
Sect. I. Haggai, ii. 3, &c., 22, 23
II. Zechariah, i. 20, &c., ii. 10, &c., viii. 23,
III. Chapters xi., xii., xiii., xiv.
Sect. III. Some Expressions in the Sermon on the Mount,
Matt. v., and in the Lord's Prayer...... 141
IV. Close of the Parable of the Tares, Matt. xiii.
VI. Luke, xii. 32, &c., xiii. 32, &c., xviii. 6...... 153
VII. The Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard,
VIII. Remarks on the Confutation of the Sadducees 166
IX. Our Lord's own Prophecies respecting his
X. Matt. xxvi. 29, Luke, xx. 28, Matt. xxv. 24. 202
XI. Some Passages in Acts, i. and iii.
Sect. J. 1 Thess. iv. 13, &c....
II. 2 Thess. ii., with 1 Tim. iv. and 2 Tim. ii.
VII. Heb., ix. 27, 28, Tit. ii. 11, with 2 Tim. iv. 6,
VIII. 1 Pet. i. 5—13, 2 Pet. i. 16, iii. 2, Jude, 14,
Il. Some Remarks on Parts of the Epistles to
the Seven Churches, particularly on
Chap. ii. 25, &c., and on Chap. iii. 20. 293
III. The Opening of the Main Vision
X. The First Interlude, Chap. vii.