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Author: Newton, George, 1602-1681.
Title: An exposition with notes, unfolded and applyed on John 17th delivered in sermons preached weekly on the Lords-day, to the congregation in Tavnton Magdalene / by George Newton.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An exposition with notes, unfolded and applyed on John 17th delivered in sermons preached weekly on the Lords-day, to the congregation in Tavnton Magdalene / by George Newton.
Newton, George, 1602-1681.

London: Printed by R.W. for Edward Brewster, 1660.
Notes:
Includes index.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- John XVII -- Sermons.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52249.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Honorable Colonel JOHN GORGES, Governour of the City of London-Derry, and the Castle of Cullmore in IRELAND, My duly honoured and dearly beloved Brother.
The Analysis and Context of the Prayer and Chapter, pag. 1, 2, 3.
An Alphabetical Table of the Chief Heads contained In this TREATISE.
Courteous Reader, be pleased to take notice that these Books following are Printed for, and sold by Edward Brewster, at the Crane in Pauls-Churchyard, 1660.
Books printed for, and sold by Joseph Cranford, at the Sign of the Castle and Lyon, in St. Pauls-Church-yard.
AN EXPOSITION WITH NOTES Vnfolded and Applyed On IOHN 17.
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DOCTRINE. The words that Jesus spake are very fit to be commended to the choicest ob∣servation of his Church and people.
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DOCTRINE. That there should be Consideration had, not only of the matter, but even of the circumstances, the very gesture, and the utterance of a prayer.
DOCTRINE. God is the Father of the Lord Christ, and so he apprehended him, and look∣ed upon him, when he was making his Petitions to him.
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DOCTRINE. God hath his time to do his Actions in, and he should not be desired to do them any other time.
DOCTRINE. It hath been the Design and purpose of the Father, to glorifie his Son Christ.
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DOCTRINE. That it is the desire of Christ to have glory from the Father, to this end, that he may bring glory to the Father.
DOCTRINE. That all mankinde is under the authority of Jesus Christ, as he is Man, and Mediator of the Church.
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DOCTRINE. That the authority of Jesus Christ, with which he is invested over all flesh, is chiefly for the benefit and the salvation of his own People.
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DOCTRINE. They that are Christs, have life from Christ.
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DOCTRINE. The life which Jesus Christ bestows upon his people is eternal.
DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ doth freely give eternal life to his people: They have it from him as a free gift.
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DOCTRINE. There are a certain company of men whom God the father in a special man∣ner gives to Iesus Christ.
DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ as Mediator hath power to give eternal life to such and all such as are bestowed upon him by his Father, but he hath no power at all to give this life to any other.
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DOCTRINE. That Life Eternal, or the life of Grace which is Eternal, is begun in holy Knowledge.
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DOCTRINE. The Knowledge which is life Eternal, in which Eternal life consists, is the Knowledge both of God and Christ too, not of the former only, but the latter also.
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DOCTRINE. That God the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost is true God, and the only true God; there is no other true God, but he only.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ is Gods Apostle, he is a Messenger sent forth from God.
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DOCTRINE. Who ever will be glorified with God in heaven, must glorifie him first on Earth.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ was ordered by his Father, in the work he did in this world.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ did not do his work by halves, but he went through with the business that was committed to him by his Father.
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DOCTRINE. That even the Man-hood of our Saviour participateth of the Glory whereof the God-head hath been seized together with the Father from Eternity.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ hath made an absolute, compleat and full discovery of his Father to his people.
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DOCTRINE. There are some certain men, whom God the Father gives to Jesus Christ out of the World.
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DOCTRINE. That all the people of the Lord Christ were first of all belonging to the Fa∣ther.
DOCTRINE. They whom the Father gives to Jesus Christ, do keep his word.
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DOCTRINE. They that will give the Word such entertainment as it ought to have, must know for certain that it is the word of God.
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DOCTRINE. Christ hath approved himself a faithful Prophet to his Church, a faithful Messenger from his Father to his people.
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DOCTRINE. The faithfulness of the Messenger of God, in the discharge and execu∣tion of his Office, is of very great avail, and efficacy to commend his Message, and himself unto the people.
DOCTRINE. The good reception of the message by the people, depends upon their good opinion of the Messenger; their sure perswasion that he is sent to them from God.
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DOCTRINE. Christ is an Intercessor to his Father for none but his own people.
DOCTRINE. That all the people of the Lord Christ do belong to God the Father.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ is glorified in all those that belong to him.
DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ as he is man, is gone out of this lower world, to the im∣mediate presence of his Father.
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DOCTRINE. The world hath alwayes been, and is, an evil and uncomfortable place to Christs Disciples.
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DOCTRINE. As God it holy in himself, so Jesus Christ came to him as a holy God, and looked upon him as a holy God, when he was making his Petitions to him.
DOCTRINE. They that belong to Jesus Christ, as long at they remain in this world, are kept by the Almighty power of God himself.
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DOCTRINE. It is a matter of wondrous difficulty, and of high Concernment, for Christs Disciples to be at neerest unity among themselves.
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DOCTRINE. Christ hath been wont to keep them safe who are bestowed upon him by the Father.
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DOCTRINE. That God in his Eternal Counsel and Decree hath appointed and designed some certain special persons to destruction.
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DOCTRINE. That whatsoever is foretold in Scripture, shall surely be accomplished and fulfilled.
DOCTRINE. Christ is the Author and Original of the joy of his people.
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DOCTRINE. 2. That Jesus Christ would have his people to be full of holy joy.
DOCTRINE 3. Their clear and perfect knowledge of his intercession for them, is one especial means to fill them full of this joy.
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DOCTRINE. It is the manner of the world to hate them that are Christs Disciples.
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DOCTRINE Removal out of this world, is not the proper subject matter of Petition.
DOCTRINE. God can and will preserve those that belong to Jesus Christ, from all evil as long as they remain in this world.
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DOCTRINE That Christs Disciples are in this respect like Christ himself, that they are of another world as he is.
DOCTRINE. The word of God is the ordinary Means by which he Sanctifies his people.
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DOCTRINE. The word of God of God, especially the Gospel, is the Truth.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ was sent into the world, by the appointment and com∣mand of God the Father.
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DOCTRINE. The Apostles and the Ministers of Jesus Christ are sent by him, they are of Christs own sending.
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DOCTRINE 2. Christ doth not send his Ministers particularly or restrictively to any Coun∣trey, or to any Nation, but their Commission leaves them free to all the world.
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DOCTRINE 3. There is a great similitude between the Fathers sending Christ into the world, and Christs sending his Apostles and Ministers into the world.
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DOCTRINE 1. Jesus Christ did willingly and freely set himself apart to be an Offring and a Sacrifice to God the Father.
DOCTRINE 2. Christ did not set himself apart to be an Offring and a Sacrifice to God the Father for his own sake but for his peoples sakes: and that to this end, that they might be sanctified by this means: Not that they might be justified only, but that they might be sanctified also.
DOCTRINE. Our Saviours Intercession is not confined to those who believe, but it ex∣tends to those who shall believe, though for the present they have no faith at all in them.
DOCTRINE. That true Believers do pitch their Faith on Jesus Christ, and make him the object of it. Christ is the object of a true beleiving faith.
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DOCTRINE. It is the Gospel word that maks believers; the Gospel is the instrumental means of faith.
DOCTRINE. It is the will of Jesus Christ that his Disciples should not only be one among themselves, but that they also should be one in God.
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DOCTRINE. The unity of Christs Disciples is one especial means to cause the world to have the better thoughts and apprehensions of their Master.
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DOCTRINE 1. God the Father hath bestowed much glory on the Son as he is Man and Me∣diator of the Church.
DOCTRINE 2. The self same glory which the Son as man receives from God the Father, he communicates again, and give it out in a sort to true Believers.
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DOCTRINE. That the perfection of believers union stands in this, that even as they are one among themselves, so God and Christ, or God in Christ is one with them. This is that which makes it perfect.
DOCTRINE. That it is an apparent evidence of Gods love, when true believers live in unity and peace together.
DOCTRINE. That God the Father loves believers, even as he loves Christ himself.
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DOCTRINE. The will of Christ as Mediator, is as it were a law with God the Father, or Christ may have even what he will of God the Father.
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DOCTRINE. It is the will of Jesus Christ that all that are his own by the donation of the Father, shall be in heaven where he is.
DOCTRINE. That God the Father hath dearly loved Jesus Christ from all Eternity.
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DOCTRINE. God is a very just and righteous God.
DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ came to him as a righteous God, and looked upon him as a righteous God, when he was making his petitions to him.
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DOCTRINE. That unbelievers and unsanctified persons know not God, at least they know him not in such a manner, and with such a knowledge as they ought to do.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ, and he alone knows God immediately, and others know him by the means of Christ.
DOCTRINE. They that have the Name of God, his Nature, and his Will, savingly de∣clared to them, have yet defects and imperfections in their know∣ledge of him, so that they stand in need of further Declaration.
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DOCTRINE. That Jesus Christ will be continually making further declarations of his Fathers Name, to other Nations, and to other persons, to the end of the world.
DOCTRINE. The love which is in true Believers comes from God.
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DOCTRINE 2. The Declaration of the Fathers Name to men, is one especial means to work the grace of love in them.
DOCTRINE. Where Love is, there Christ is.