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JUDGES.

Ephraim's inheritance, Chap. 16 David slayeth Goliath, Chap. 17
The lot of Manasseh,
17 Jonathan's love to David,

18
The lot of Benjamin,

18 Saul's jealousy of David, 19
The lot of Simeon,

19 David and Jonathan consult, 20
Cities of refuge, &c.

20 David feigns himself mad, 21
God giveth Israel rest,

21 Nob destroyed,
The iwo tribes and half sent home, 22 David rescueih Keilah,
Joshua's exhortation before his David spareth Saul,
death,

23 The death of Samuel,
Joshua's death and borial, 24 David findeth Saul asleep,

David fleeth to Gath,
The acts of Judah and Simeon, 1 Saul consults a witch,
The Israelites fall into idolatry, 2 Achish dismisseth David,
The pations left to prove Israel, 3 Amalekites spoil Ziklag,
Deborah and Barak deliver Israel,4 Saul and his sons slain,
The song of Deborah and Barak, 5 SECOND BOOK OF SAMUEL.
The Israelites oppressed by Mi- David laments Saul,
dian,

6 David made king of Judah,

Gideon's army,

7 Joab killeth Abner,

The Ephraimites pacified, 8 Ish-bosherb murdered,
Abimelech made king,

9 David's age and reign,

Tola judgeth Israel,

10 Uzzah smitien,

Jephtha's rash vow,

11 God's promise to David,

The Ephraimites slain,

12 David's officers,

Samson born,

13 David sends for Mephibosheth,

Samson's marriage and riddle, 14 Hanun's villany,

10

Samson is denied his wife, 15 David's adultery,

11

Delilah's falsehood to Samson, 16 Nathan's parable,

12

Micah's idolatry,
17 Amnon and Tamar,

13

The Danites seek an inheritance, 18 Absalom's return,

14

The Levite and his concubine,19 Absalom's policy,

15

The complaint of the Levite, 20 Shimei curseth David,

16

Benjamin's desolation bewailed. 21 Ahithophel hangeth himself, 17

RUTH.
Absalom slain by Joab,

18

Elimelech driven into Moab, 1 Shimei is pardoned,

19

Ruth gleaneth in Boaz' field, 2 Sheba's revolt,

20

Boaz' bounty to Ruth,

3 Saul's sons hanged,

Boaz marrieth Ruth,

4 David's thanksgiving,

FIRST BOOK OF SAMUEL. David's faith,

23

Samuel born,

1 David numbereth the people,
Hannah's song,

2

FIRST BOOK OF KINGS.
The Lord calleth Samuel, 3 Solomon anointed king,
Eli's death,

4 David's death,
Dagon falleth before the ark, 5 Solomon chooseth wisdom,
The ark sent back,

6 Solomon's prosperity,
The Israelites repent,

7 Hiram and Solomon agree,
The Israelites desire a king, 8 The building of the temple,
Samuel entertaineth Saul, 9 Ornaments of the temple,
Saul anointed,

10 The temple dedicated,
The Ammonites smitten, 11 God's covenant with Solomon,
Samuel's integrity,
12 The queen of Sheba,

10
Saul reproved,
13 Ahijah's prophesy,

11
Saul's victories,

14 The ten tribes revolt,
Saul spareth Agag,

15 Jeroboam's hand withereth,
Samuel anointeih David, 15| Abijah's sickness and death,

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Jeroboam's sin punished, Chap. 15 The plague stayed, Chap. 21
Jericho rebuilt,
16 Preparation for the temple,

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The widow's son raised, 17 Solomon made king,

23
Elijab obtaineth rain,

18 The order of Aaron's song, 24
Elisha followeth Elijah, 19 The number of the singers,
Samaria besieged,
20 The division of the porters,

26
Naboth stoned,
21 The twelve captains,

27
Ahab seduced,

22 David's exhoriation,
SECOND BOOK OF KINGS. David's reign and death,
Moab rebelleth,

II. CHRONICLES.

Elijah's translation,

2 Solomon's offering,

Moabites defeated,

3 Solomon sendeth to Huram,

The widow's oil multiplied, : 4 The building of the temple,

Naaman cleansed,

5 The vessels of the temple,

A famine in Samaria,

6 The temple finished,

Plenty in Samaria,

Solomon blesseth the people, 6

Ben-hadad killed,

8 Solomon's sacrifice,

Jezebel eaten by dogs,

9 Solomon buildeth cities,

Prophets of Baal slain,

10 The queen of Sheba visiteth So

Jehoash anointed king,

11 lomon,

9

The temple repaired,

12 Rehoboam made king, : 10
Elisha's death,
13 Judah strengthened,

11

Amariah reigneth,

14 Rehoboam's reign and death, 12

Azariah's leprosy,

15 Abijah overcometh Jeroboam, 13

Ahaz's wicked reign,

16 Asa destroyeth idolatry, 14

Ten tribes taken captive, 17 Asa's covenant with God, 15

Rabshakeh's blasphemy,
18 Asa's death and burial,

16

Hezekiah's prayer,

19 Jehoshaphat's good reign, 17

Hezekiah's death,

20 Micaiah's prophecy,

18

Manasseh's iniquity,

21 Jehoshaphat's care for justice, 19
Huldab prophesieth,
22 Jehoshaphat's fast and prayer,

20

Josiah destroyeth the idolaters, 23 Jehoram's wicked reign, 21

Judah taken captive,

24 Abaziah's wicked reign,

22

The temple desiroyed, 25 Joash made king,

23
I. CHRONICLES.
Zechariah stoned,

24
Adam's line to Noah,

1 The Edomites overcome,
The posterity of Israel,

2 Uzziah's leprosy,.
The sons of David,

3 Jotham's good reign,
The posterity of Judah,

4 Ahaz's wicked reign,
The line of Reuben,

5 Hezekiah's good reign,

The sons of Levi,

6 The passover proclaimed, 30

The sons of Issachar,

Provision for the priests,

31
The sons of Benjamin,
8 Hezekiah's death,

32

Genealogies of Israel and Judah, 9 Manasseh's wicked reign, 33

Saul's overthrow and death, 10 Josiah's good reign,

34

David made king of Israel, 11 Josiah slain in battle,

35

The armies that helped David, 12 Jerusalem destroyed,

36

David fetcheth the ark,

13

Hirain's kindness to David, 14 The proclamation of Cyrus,

David bringeth the ark to Zion, 15 The people return from Babylon, 2

David's psalm of thanksgiving, 16 The altar erected,

Nathan's message to David, 17 The decree of Artaxerxes,

David's victories, .

18 | Tatnai's letter to Darius,

David's messengers ill-treated, 19 The temple finished,

Rabbah taken and spoiled, 20. Ezra goeth to Jerusalem,

Ezra keepeth a fast, Chap. 8 Sin goeth often unpunished, Ch. 24
Ezra's prayer,

9 Man cannot be justified before
Ezra's mourning,
: 10 God,

25
NEHEMIAH.
Job reproveth Bildad,

26
Nehemiah mourneth for Jerusa- The hypocrite is without hope, 27
lem,

1 Wisdom is the gift of God, 28
Artaxerxes encourageth Nehemi- Job bemoaneth himself,

29
ah,

2 Job's honour turned to contempt, 30
The names of the builders, 3 Job professeth his integrity, 31
Nehemiah appointeth a watch, 4 Elihu reproveth Job,
Reformation of usury,

5 Elibu reasoneth with Job, 33
Sanhallat's practices,
6 God cannot be unjust,

34
Hanani and Hananiah's charge, 7 Comparison not to be made with
The reading of the law,

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God,

35
A solemn fast appointed, 9 The justice of God's ways,
The points of the covenant,

10 Gud's great works,
Who dwelt at Jerusalem,

11 God's wisdom is unsearchable, 38
The high priest's succession,

12 God's power in his creatures,
Diverse abuses reformed, 13 Job humbleth himself to God, 40
ESTHER.

God's power in the creation, 41
Ahasuerus' royal feast,

Job's age and death,

42
Esther made queen,

2

PSALMS.

Haman despised by Mordecai, 3 Happiness of the godly, Psalm 1

The mourning of ihe Jews, 4 The kingdom of Christ,

Esther obtaineth the king's fa- The security of God's protection,

vour,

5 David prayeth for audience,

Mordecai's good services, 6 David's profession of his faith,

Haman is hanged,

7 David's complaint in sickness,

The rejoicing of the Jews, 8 The destruction of the wicked, 7

Haman's ien sons hanged,

9 God's love to man,

Mordecai's advancement, 10 God praised for his judgment, 9

The outrage of the wicked,

10

Job's losses and temptations, · 1 God's providence and justice, 11

Job smitten with boils,
2 David craveth God's help,

12

Job curseth the day of his birih, 3 David boasteth of divine mercy, 13

Eliphaz reproveth Job,

4 The natural man described, 14

Aflictions are from God, 5 A citizen of Zion described,. 15

Job wisheth for death,

6 David's hope of his calling, 16

Job excuseth his desire of death, 7 David's hope and confidence, 17

Bildad sheweth God's justice, 8 David praiseth God,

18

The innocent ofien afflicted, 9 David prayeth for grace, 19

Job expostulateth with God, 10 The Church's confidence in God, 20

Zophar reproveth Job, 1 A thanksgiving for victory, 21

God's omnipotency maintained, 12 David's complaint and prayer, 22

Job's confidence in God, 13 David's confidence in God's grace,23

The conditions of man's life, . 14 God's worship in the world,
Eliphaz reprovethi Job, 15 David's confidence in prayer,

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Job reproveth his friends, 16 David resorteih unto God, 26

Job's appeal to God,

17 David's love to God's service, 27

Bildad reproveth Job,
13 David blesseth God,

28

Job's complaint of his friends, 19 Why God must be honoured, 29

The portion of the wicked, 20 David's praise for deliverance, 30

The destruction of the wicked, 21 David rejoiceth in God's mercy, 31

Job accused of divers sins, 22 Who are blessed,

God's decree is immutable, 23 God is to be praised,

JOB.

CONTENTS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
Those blessed who trust in David prayeth for mercies, Psalm 85
God,

Psalm 34 David's complaint of the proud, 86
David prayeth for his safety,. 35. The nature and glory of the
The excellency of God's mercy, 36 church,

87
David persuadeth to patience, 37 David's grievous complaint, 88
David * moveth God to compas.

God praised for bis power,

89

sion,

38 God's providence set forth,

90

The brevity of life,

39 The state of the godly, :

91

Obedience the best sacrifice, 40 God praised for his great works, 92

God's care of the poor, 41 The majesty of Christ's kingdom, 93

David's
zeal to serve God, 42 David's complaint of impiety,

94

David prayeth to be restored, 43 The danger of tempting God, 95

The Church's complaint to God, 44 God praised for his greatness, 96

The majesty of Christ's kingdom,45 The majesty of God,

97
The church's confidence in God, 46 All creatures exhorted to praise
The kingdom of Christ,
47 God,

98
The privileges of the church, 48 God to be worshipped,

99

Worldly prosperity contemned, 49 God to be praised cheerfully, 100

God's majesty in the church, .' 50 David's profession of godliness, 101

David's prayer and confession, 51 God's mercies to be recorded, 102

David's confidence in God, 52 God blessed for his constancy, 103

The natural man described, 53 God wonderful in providence, 104

David's prayer for salvation, . 54 The plagues of Egypt,

105
David's complaint in prayer, .
55 Israel's rebellion,

106

David's promise of praise, 56 God's manifold providence, 107

David in prayer fleeth to God, 57 David's confidence in God, 108

David describeth the wicked, 58 David's complaint of his enemies,109

David prayeth for deliverance, 59 The kingdom of Christ, 110

David's comfort in God's pro- God praised for his works, 111

mises,

60 The happiness of the godly,

112

David voweth perpetual service, 61 God praised for his mercy, 113

No trust in worldly things, 62 An exhortation to praise, 114

David's thirst for God,
63 The vanity of idols,

115

David's complaint of his enemies,64 David studieth to be thankful, 116

The blessedness of God's chosen, 65 God praised for his merey and
David exhorteth 10 praise God, 66 truth,

117

A prayer for God's kingdom, 67 David's trust in God, 118

A prayer at the removing of the Meditation, prayer, and praise, 119

Ark,

68 David prayeth against Doeg, 120

David's complaint in affliction, 69 The safety of the godly, 121

David's prayer for the godly, 70 David's joy for the church. 122

David's prayer for perseverance, 71 The godly's confidence in God, 123

David's prayer for Solomon, 72 The church blesseth God, 124

The righteous sustained, 73 A prayer for the godly, 125

David prayeth for the sanctuary, 74 The church prayeth for mercies, 126

David rebuketh the proud, 75 The virtue of God's blessing, 127

God's majesty in the church, 76 Those blessed that fear God,. 128

David's combat with diffidence, 77 The haters of the church cursed, 129

God's wrath against Israel, 78 God to be hoped in,

130

The psalmist's complaint, 79 David professeth his humility, 131

David's prayer for ihe church, 80 David's care for the ark, 132

An exhortation to praise God, 81 The benefits of the saints' com-
David reproveth the judges, 82 munion,

133

The church's enemies, 83 An exhortalion to bless God, : 134

David longeth for the sanctuary, 84] God praised for his judgments, 135

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God praised for manifold mer. Christ's love for his church, Chap. 5

cies,

Psalm 136 The church's faith in Christ,

The constancy of the Jews, 137 The graces of the church, 7

David's confidence in God, i 138 The calling of the Gentiles,
David defieth the wicked, 139

ISAIAH,
David's prayer for deliverance, 140 Isaiah's complaint of Judah,
David prayeth for sincerity, 141 Christ's kingdom prophesied,
David's comfort in trouble, 142 The oppression of the rulers,
David complaineth of his grief, 143 Christ's kingdom a sanctuary,
David's prayer for his kingdom, 144 God's judgments for sin,
God's help to the godly,

145 Isaiah's vision of God's glory,
David voweth perpetual praise to Christ promised,
God, :

146 Israel and Judah threatened,

God praised for his providence, 147 The church's joy in Christ's birth, 9

All creatures should praise God, 148 God's judgment upon Israel, 10

God praised for his benefits, · 149 The calling of the Gentiles, 11

God praised upon instruments, 150 Thanksgiving for God's mercies, 12

THE PROVERBS.

Babylon threatened,

The use of the proverbs, Chap. 1 Israel's restoration,
The benefit of wisdom, :

2 The lamentable state of Moab,

Exhortation to sundry duties, 3 Moab exhorted to obedience, .

Persuasions to obedience, 4 Syria and Israel threatened,

The mischiefs of whoredom, . 5 God's care of his people,

Seven things hateful to God, 6 The confusion of Egypt, 19

Description of a harlot, 7 Egypt and Ethiopia's captivity, 20

The call of wisdom,
8 The fall of Babylon,

21

The doctrine of wisdom, 9 The invasion of Jewry,

Virtues and vices contrasted, 10 Tyre's miserable overthrow, 23

Continued 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Judgments of God for sin, 24

18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 The prophet praiseth God, 25

Observations about kings, 25 A song of praise to God, 26

Sundry maxims,

26 God's care of his vineyard, 27

Sundry maxims,

27 Ephraim threatened,

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Observations of'impiety, 28 God's judgment on Jerusalem, 29

Of public government,

29 God's mercies toward his church, 30

Agur's prayer,

30 An exhortation to turn to God, 31

Lemuel's lesson of chastity, 31 Desolation foreshewn,

32
ECCLESIASTES.
The privileges of the godly, .

33

The vanity of all human things, 1 God revengeth his church,

Wisdom and folly have one end, 2 The blessings of the gospel, 35

A time for all things,

3 Rabshakeh insulteth Hezekiah, 36

The good of contentment, 4 Hezekiah's prayer,
The vanity of riches,
5 Hezekiah's thanksgiving,

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The conclusion of vanities, 6 Babylonian captivity foretold, 39

Remedies against vanities, 7 The promulgation of the gospel, 40

Kings are to be respected, 8 God's mercies to his church, 41

Wisdom is better than strength, 9 Christ's mission to the Gentiles, 49
Of wisdom and folly,
10 God comforteth his church,

43
Directions for charity,

11 The vanity of idols,
The preacher's care to edify, 12 God calleth Cyrus,

45
THE SONG OF SOLOMON. Idols not to be compared with
The church's love to Christ, 1 God,

46

Christ's care of the church, 2 God's judgment upon Babylon, 47

The church glorieth in Christ, 3 The intent of prophecy,
The graces of the church, 4 Christ sent to the Gentiles,

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