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Page 313, line 9. Moses is here called “a ruler and a redeemer [AutowTns]." He did not deliver Israel by any earthly power triumphing over Egypt, but by offering the price of their redemption to God, when the first-born throughout the land of Egypt were to be slain. They were God's first-born. They were to claim their privilege as such by offering a redemption which acknowledged His Covenant.

Page 326, line 16. καγώ διατίθεμαι υμίν, καθώς διέθετό μοι ο πατήρ μου, βασιλείαν.

The expression is cognate to that other one, “ The Blood of the New Testament."

Page 346, line 7. “ Ye shall put away leaven.” The Hebrew word for putting away is “to make to rest,” cognate with the word Sabbath, as if the leaven were to keep Sabbath. This signifies to us that the old leaven is no longer to work in the hearts of the redeemedthe true Christian Sabbath, the rest from sin in the perpetual Paschal Feast of the Christian life.

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“We welcome heartily one of the soberest, and yet most full attempts of the kind, in an Exposition of the first Nine Chapters of the Book of Proverbs, under the title (itself an expressive one) of the Wisdom of the Son of David.'"- -Guardian.

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