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Entertains herself with the present tokens of his favour,

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ver. 5, 6.

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Takes care that nothing happen to intercept him, verse 7:
Triumphs in his approaches towards her, ver. 8, 9.
Repeats the gracious calls he had given her to go with him, in-

forced by the pleasures of the returning spring, ver. 10,-13. 345 Christ's care of the church, ver. 14, 15.

349 In calling her froin her obscurity, verse 14.

ib. In giving charge to destroy whatever could hurt her, ver. 15.

350 The church professeth her faith and hope, ver, 16, 17.

351 Invitcs, by prayer, his glorious return, ver. 17.

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CH A P. III.

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The church's fight and victory in temptation.-
The church glorieth in Christ,

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The church's exercise on her Beloved's being withdrawn froin her, verse 1.

ib. The pains she was at, and the means she used to find him, ver. 2, 3.

355 Her behaviour when she found him, verse 4.

Her care that nothing might disturb him, ver. 5. The daughters of Jerusalemn admire the church's excellencies, ver. 6. ib. The church's admiration of Christ under the person of Solomon, ver. 7.-10.

3oz From the grandeur and stateliness of his bed, verse 7. From his numerous and magnificent guard, ver. 7, 8.

362 From the splendor and incomparableness of his chariot, ver.9,10. 364 She calls the daughters of Sion to admire the dignity of his royal person, with his brilliant crown, verse 11.

365

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Christ fetteth forth the graces of the church.-He she w.

eth his love to her.-The church prayeth to be made fit for his presence,

367 Christ highly commends the church's beauty, ver. 19—7. 367,--372 Condescends on several particular instances of her beauty, ver. 1.-5.

367 Pronounces her all fair, without any spot, verse 7.

372 Retires hinsell, and invites her with him, from the mountains of terror, to those of delight, ver. 6,-8.

371, 372 Profefeth bis great love to her, and his delight in her indeared affection to him, ver. 9, -15.

273,-378 The church implores the influences of the blessed Spirit to make her § r'n iragrani, and invites Christ to the best entertainment it urfe 16.

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The Spouse warmly folicits his speedy return, verse 14.

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Jo B's HYMN s.

An introduction, containg some observations relative to the penman,

and the manner of his writing,

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in commendation of his book,

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Song
1. Job 1. 21. Loffes thankfully received,

ib.

2. 10. Patience in tribulation,

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3. 3. 17. Repose in the grave,

4. 4. 179–21. The excellency of man laid low before God, 457

5. 5. 6, 7. Sin the cause of trouble,

ib.

6. 8. A saint's resolution how he should behave when in

affliction,

458

7.

9.-16. God's great work in the kingdom of Christ,

459

8. 17,—27. Affliction born well, ends well,

ib.

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6. 2, 3, 4. Terrors of God invading the soul,

462

7. 17, &c. God's stooping to contend with man admired, 463

II.

8.5,6,7. Good counsel, and good hope given to the afflicted, ib.

9. Time and life fhort,

464

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11,-14. The hope of the hypocrite vanishing,

ib.

14.

9. 2, 3, 4. God just in judging,

465

15.

15. 20, 21. The righteousness of works discarded, ib.

16. 10. 1, 2. 14, 15. The afflicted soul's complaint to God, 466

17.

11. 7, 8, 9. God's wisdom; unsearchable,

ib.

18. 6. 10. That God may suffer the wicked to prosper,

exemplified in beasts, birds, filhes, &c.

467

Doctrine to be tricd ere it be trusted,

468

12, 13. The wisdom of antient men nothing to the wisdom

of the Antient of days,

13.-16. Proofs of God's power, in doing his pleasure,

and serving his own purposes,

469

17,425. Proofs of his power and wisdom in the revolution
of states and kingdoms,

ib.

23: 13. 15. Strong faith in the hot furnace,

470

24.

14. 14–15. The origin, nature, and issue, of human life, 471

25.

15. 149–17. Self-justification extremely odious,

473

26.

24,-30. The ruin of these that bid defiance to God, ib.

27.

16. 149–17. Afictions heaped up, and come

tremity,

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28. 17. 9. The growing strength of the righteous,

ib.

13, 14. Death and the grave, the saints familiars, 475

30.

18. 5, 6. 10. 12. 14.–20. The calamities that await

the wicked,

ib.

31.

19. 2, 3. 22. Reproof to reproachers,

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