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Author: Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664.
Title: Looking unto Jesus a view of the everlasting gospel, or, the souls eying of Jesus as carrying on the great work of mans salvation from first to last / by Isaac Ambrose ...
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Print source: Looking unto Jesus a view of the everlasting gospel, or, the souls eying of Jesus as carrying on the great work of mans salvation from first to last / by Isaac Ambrose ...
Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664.

London: Printed for Richard Chiswel, Benj. Tooke, and Thomas Sawbridge, 1680.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Person and offices.
Christian life.
Devotional exercises.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A25241.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honourable WILLIAM Earl of BEDFORD, Lord RUSSEL, Baron of THORNEHAƲGH.
TO THE READER.
The CONTENTS of This BOOK.
LOOKING UNTO JESUS: The first Book.
CHAP. I. The Proem, Division, and opening of the Words.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. The Duty of looking off all other things, confirmed, and cleared.
SECT. II. An Exhortation to look off all other things.
SECT. III. Directions how to look off all other things.
CHAP. III.
SECT. I. An Explanation of the Act and Object.
SECT. II. The main Doctrine, and confirmation of it.
SECT. III. Ʋse of Reproof.
SECT. IV. Ʋse of Exhortation.
SECT. V. Motives from our wants in case of neglect.
SECT. VI. Motives from our riches, in case we are lively in this Duty.
SECT. VII. More Motives to encourage us in this work.
SECT. VIII. Ʋse of Direction.
LOOKING UNTO JESUS. The Second Book.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. Of the eternal Generation of our Jesus.
SECT. II. Of our Election in Christ before all Worlds.
SECT. III. Of that Great Treaty, in Eternity, betwixt God and Christ, to save Souls.
SECT. IV. The Project.
SECT. V. The Counsel.
SECT. VI. The foreknowledge.
SECT. VII. The Purpose.
SECT. VIII. The Decree.
SECT. IX. The Covenant.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus carrying on the Great work of our Salvation in that Eternity.
SECT. II. Of considering Jesus in that respect.
SECT. III. Of desiring after Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IV. Of hoping in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. V. Of believing in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VI. Of loving Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VII. Of joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of calling on Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IX. On conforming to Jesus in that Respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUS, From the Creation until his first coming. The Third Book.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. Of Christ Promised by degrees.
SECT. II. Of the Covenant of promise as manifested to Adam.
SECT. III. Of the Covenant of promise as manifested to Abraham
SECT. IV. Of the Covenant of promise as manifested to Moses.
SECT. V. Of the Covenant of Promise, as manifested to David.
SECT. VI. Of the Covenant of Promise, as manifested to Israel, about the Time of the Cap∣tivity.
CHAP. II.
SECT. Of knowing Jesus, as carrying on the great work of our Salvation from the Creation until his first Coming.
SECT. II. Of Considering Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. III. Of Desiring Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IV. Of hoping in Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. V. Of Believing in Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. VI. Of loving Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VII. Of joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of calling on Jesus in that respect.
SECT IX. Of Conforming to Jesus in that respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUSIn His Birth. The Fourth Book.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. Of the Tidings of Christ.
SECT. II. Of the Conception of Christ.
SECT. III. Of the Duplicity of Natures in Christ.
SECT. IV. Of the distinction of the two Natures of Christ.
SECT. V. Of the Ʋnion of the two Natures of Christ in one and the same Person.
SECT. VI. Of the Birth of Christ.
SECT. VII. Of some Consequents after Christ's Birth.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus as carrying on the great Work of our Salvation in his Birth.
SECT. II. Considering Jesus in that respect.
SECT. III. Of Desiring after Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. IV. Of Hoping in Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. V. Of Believing in Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. VI. Of loving Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VII. Of joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of Calling on Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. IX. Of conforming to Jesus in that respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUSIn His Life. The Fifth Book. PART II.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. Of the Beginning of the Gospel.
SECT. II. Of the Preaching of John Baptist.
SECT. III. Of the Baptisme of Jesus.
SECT. IV. Of the Fasting and Temptation of Christ.
SECT. V. Of the first Manifestation of Christ.
SECT. VI. Of Christ's Whipping the Buyers and Sellers out of the Temple.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of the second Year of Christ's Ministry, and of his Acts in general for that Year.
SECT. II. Of Christ's Sermons this Year.
SECT. III. Of Christ's Prophetical Office.
SECT. IV. Of Christs Miracles.
CHAP. III.
SECT. I. Of the third year of Christs Ministry, and generally of his Actings in that year.
SECT. II. Of Christs Ordination of his Apostles.
SECT. III. Of Christ's Reception of sinners.
SECT. IV. Of Christ's easie Yoak, and light Burthen.
CHAP. IV.
SECT. I. Of the fourth Year of Christ's Ministry, and generally of his Actings in that Year.
SECT. II. Of the distinctions, or several divisions of Christ's Righteousness.
SECT. III. Of the Holiness of Christ's Nature.
SECT. IV. Of the Holiness of Christ's Life.
SECT. V. Of the great controversie, whether we are not justified by the passive righteousness of Christ only, without any consideration had to the righteousness of Christ either inherent in him, or performed by him.
CHAP. V.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus, as carrying on the great work of our Salvation in his Life.
SECT. II. Of Considering Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. III. Of desiring after Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IV. Of Hopeing in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. V. Of Believing in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VI. Of Loving Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VII. Of Joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of calling on Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IX. Of conforming to Jesus in that respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUSIn His Death. The Sixth Book. PART III.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. Of the day of Christ's Sufferings, divided into parts and hours.
SECT. II. Of the Brook over which Christ passed.
SECT. III. Of the Garden into which Christ entred.
SECT. IV. Of the Prayer that Christ there made.
SECT. V. Of the Dolours and Agonies that Christ there suffered
SECT. VI. Of Judas's Treason, Christ's Apprehension, binding and leading unto Annas.
SECT. VII. Of Christ's Examination, and Condemnation, with their Appendices.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of Christ's Indictment, and Judas's fearful end.
SECT. II. Of Christ's Mission to Herod, and the Transactions there.
SECT. III. Of Christ and Barabbas compared; and of the question debated betwixt Pilate and the Jews.
SECT. IV. Of Christ Stripped, Whipped, Cloathed in Purple, and Crowned with Thorns.
SECT. V. Of Christ brought forth, and sentenced.
SECT. VI. Of Christ's crucifying, with its appendices.
SECT. VII. Of the consequents after Christ's crucifying.
CHAP. III.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus as carrying on the great work of our salvation in his death.
SECT. II. Of considering Jesus in that respect.
SECT. III. Of desiring Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. IV. Of hoping in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. V. Of Believing in Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. VI. Of loving Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VII. Of joying in Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. VIII. Of calling on Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IX. Of conforming to Jesus in that respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUSIn his Resurrection. The Seventh Book. PART VII.
CHAP. I.
SECT. 1. Of the Time of Christ's Resurrection.
SECT. II. Of the Reasons of Christ's Resurrection.
SECT. III. Of the manner of Christ's Resurrection.
SECT. IV. Of the Arguments of Christ's Resurrection.
SECT. V. Of Christ's Apparition to Mary Magdalen.
SECT. VI. Of Christ's Apparition to his ten Disciples.
SECT. VII. Of Christ's Apparition to all his Apostles.
SECT. VIII. Of Christ's apparition to some of his Apostles at the Sea of Tiberias.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus as carrying on the great work of our Salvation in his Resurrection.
SECT. II. Of considering Jesus in that respect.
SECT. III. Of desiring Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IV. Of hoping in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. V. Of believing in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VI. Of Loving in Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. VII. Of joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of Calling on Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. IX. Of conforming to Jesus in that respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUS In his Ascension, Session, and Mission of his Spirit. The Eight Book. PART VIII.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. Of Christ's Ascension, and of the manner how.
SECT. II. Of the place whither he ascended.
SECT III. Of the Reasons why he Ascended.
SECT. IV. Of God's right hand, and of Christ's Session there.
SECT. V. Of the two Natures wherein Christ sits at God's right hand.
SECT. VI. Of the Reasons why Christ doth sit on God's right hand.
SECT. VII. Of the time when the holy Ghost was sent.
SECT. VIII. Of the persons to whom the holy Ghost was sent.
SECT. IX. Of the manner how the holy Ghost was sent.
SECT. X. Of the measure of the Holy Ghost now given.
SECT II. Of the Reasons why the Holy Ghost was sent.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus as carrying on the great work of our salvation in his Ascention, Session, and Mission of the Spirit.
SET. II. Of considering Jesus in that respect.
SECT. III. Of desiring after Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. IV. Of hoping on Jesus in that respect.
SECT. V. Of believing in Jesus in this respect.
SECT. VI. Of loving Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VII. Of Joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of calling on Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. IX. Of conforming unto Jesus in that respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUSIn his Intercession. Book IX. Part VI.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. What the Intercession of Christ is.
SECT. II. According to what nature Christ doth intercede.
SECT. III. To whom Christ's intercession is directed.
SECT. IV. For whom this Intercession is made.
SECT. V. What agreement there is betwixt Christ's intercessions, and the intercessions of the High-Priests of Old.
SECT. VI. What the difference is betwixt Christ's intercessions, and the intercessions of the high Priests of old.
SECT. VII. What the Properties of this Intercession of Christ are.
SECT VIII. Wherein the Intercession of Christ consists.
SECT IX. How powerful and prevailing Christ's Intercessions are with God his Father.
SECT. X. Of the reasons of Christ's Intercession.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus as carrying on the great work of our Salvation in his Intercession.
SECT. II. Of considering Jesus in that respect.
SECT. III. Of desiring after Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IV. Of hoping in Jesus in this respect.
SECT. V. Of believing in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VI. Of loving Jesus in that Respect.
SECT. VII. Of joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of praying to, and praising of Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IX. Of conforming to Jesus in that respect.
LOOKING UNTO JESUSIn his Second Coming. Book X. Part VII.
CHAP. I.
SECT. I. Of Christ's preparing for Judgment.
SECT. II. Of Christ coming to judgment.
SECT. III. Of Christ's summoning of the Elect to come under judgment.
SECT. IV. Of Christ and the Saints meeting at the judgment day.
SECT. V. Of Christ's sentencing his Saints.
SECT. VI. Of Christ and the Saints judging the rest of the World.
SECT. VII. Of Christ and his Saints going up into heaven, and of the end of this World.
SECT. VIII. Of Christ's surrendring and delivering up the Kingdom to God, even the Father.
SECT. IX. Of Christ's Subjection to the Father, that God may be all in all.
SECT. X. Of Christs (notwithstanding this) being all in all to his blessed, saved, redeemed Saints, to all Eternity.
CHAP. II.
SECT. I. Of knowing Jesus as carrying on the great work of our Salvation in his se∣cond coming.
SECT. II. Of considering Jesus in that respect.
SECT. III. Of desiring after Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IV. Of hoping in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. V. Of believing in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VI. Of Loving Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VII. Of joying in Jesus in that respect.
SECT. VIII. Of calling on Jesus in that respect.
SECT. IX. Of conforming to Jesus in that respect.
The Conclusion.
A Poem of Mr. George Herbert in his Temple. JESƲ.