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DISCOURSES

ON TUE SEVERAL

REVELATIONS

OF THE

LORD JESUS CHRIST,

from the fall

TO THE CALL or

Abraham, Jacob, Moses, fc.

TOGETR ER WITH
Some Typical Symbols: and the Sinai Transaction, which was ratified
by the solemn representation of the Death and Bloodshedding of the
MESSIAH: designed to point out how Christ was set forth in

the Sacrifices, Tabernacle, Temple, and Services thereof:
With other Sermons on various Subjects;
On the important Truths of the Everlasting Gospel, and the Eternal and

Spiritaal Realities contained in them;
BBING AN ATTEMPT TO GIVE A GENERAL VIEW OF THE COVENANI
OF TIE ETERNAL TAREE, AS SET FORTH IN THE

INFALLIBLE WORD OF GOD.

BY SAMUEL EYLES PIERCE,
MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL, AUTHOR OF GROWTH IN GRACE, &C &

With a Recommendatory Preface
BY THE REV. ROBERT HAWKER, D.D.

VICAR OF CHARLES, PLYMOUTA.

" And beginning at Moses, and all the Prophets, he expounded urto them in all
the Scriptures the things concerning himself.Luke xxiv. o. 27.

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RECOMMENDATORY

PREFACE.

THE Christian World, for some years past, hath been in possession of many valuable writings of the Reverend SAmuel Eyles PIERCE. And very sure I am, that the Lord the Spirit hath, in many instances, blessed them to his Church and People.

The present publication on the Pentateuch, by the same Author, carries with it testimonies of being written under the same divine teaching. And these proofs, which every Reader taught of God will discover, supersede, and render useless

every other recommendation. I venture to assume full confidence, that God THE Holy Ghost will bless this little volume, wheresoever He shall be pleased to send it, and cause HIS Imprimatur of it to be written in the heart of His people.

ROBERT HAWKER.

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dio Plymouth,

Charles Vicarage,
Aug. 10. 1815.

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