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Author: Lane, Edward, 1605-1685.
Title: Look unto Jesus, or, An ascent to the Holy Mount to see Jesus Christ in his glory whereby the active and contemplative believer may have the eyes of his understanding more inlightned to behold in some measure the eternity and immutability of the Lord Jesus Christ ... : at the end of the book is an appendix, shewing the certainty of the calling of the Jews / written by Edward Lane.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Look unto Jesus, or, An ascent to the Holy Mount to see Jesus Christ in his glory whereby the active and contemplative believer may have the eyes of his understanding more inlightned to behold in some measure the eternity and immutability of the Lord Jesus Christ ... : at the end of the book is an appendix, shewing the certainty of the calling of the Jews / written by Edward Lane.
Lane, Edward, 1605-1685.

London: Printed by Thomas Roycroft for the Authour, and are to be sold by Humphrey Tuckey, and by William Taylor, 1663.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Devotional literature.
Jesus Christ -- Person and offices.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49329.0001.001

Contents
title page
imprimatur
dedication
dedication
JESƲS SIT TIBI JESƲS. A PREFACE To the Pious and Judicious Reader.
A POSTSCRIPT TO THE READER.
The Names of some Authours mentioned in this Treatise.
Things most remarkable contained in this Treatise.
The Contents more particularly, and more punctually described.
In the Appendix these following Scrip∣tures proving the certainty of the Call∣ing and Conversion of the JEWS are Quoted and Expounded.
AN ASCENT TO THE HOLY MOUNT, To see JESUS CHRIST in his Glory. OR, A PERSPECTIVE to help the Weak Sight to behold the Eternity and Immutability of the Lord Jesus Christ. Taken out of the words of S. Paul, Hebr. 13.8. . Jesus Christ the same Yesterday, to Day, and for ever.
The first Interpretation of the Text.
The second Interpretation of the TEXT. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, to day, and for ever; In a reference to the whole CREATION.
CHAP I. How the Text is Applicable to Christ in the work of Creation.
CHAP II. How the Text is Applicable to Christ in the work of Preservation.
CHAP. III. How the Text is Applicable to Christ in the work of Restauration.
The Third Interpretation of the TEXT is this: Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, to day, and for ever, With a more especial Respect unto his Peculiar People.
CHAP I. Of Yesterday, and the Benefit that the Church enjoyed by Christ's Oeconomy therein.
Jesus Christ the Same, or the onely Hee Yesterday.
CHAP. II. Sheweth the meaning of the Word , that is to day, as it is rendred in the Text, according to our Third Interpretation, and treateth also of Christ's Oeconomy therein:
That which comes next to be considered is, what is here predicated of that Time viz. Jesus Christ The same to Day.
CHAP. III. Sheweth how JESUS CHRIST shall conti∣nue to be the Same for ever Ʋnto his Church.
CHAP. IV. Sheweth how JESUS CHRIST is The Same unto his Church in her Triumphant estate unto all Eternity.
AN APPENDIX To the former TREATISE, Added, because of the several ADDRESSES that are therein made unto the JEWS, and proving clearly from Scripture that they shall in time become a people again in whom the Lord will delight.
An ALPHABETICAL TABLE.
A TABLE to guide the Reader to the se∣veral Places of Holy Scripture which are quoted in this Book, many whereof are occasionally illustrated, and some noted with Asterisks, though not according to the commonly received Sense, yet nevertheless ac∣cording to Truth, expounded.
ERRATA.