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Christ is All: The Gospel in the Pentateuch By Henry Law - 1867

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Preface
Genesis

        Light
        Adam
        The Heavenly Bridegroom
        The Seed of the Woman
        The Serpent's Head Bruised
        The Guilty Clothed
        The More Excellent Sacrifice
        The Consolation
        The Ark
        The Altar
        The Rainbow in the Clouds
        The Blessing
        Melchizedek
        The Shield
        The Exceeding Great Reward
        The Covenant
        Jehovah-Jireh
        The Ladder
        Peniel
        Numbered with the Transgressors
        The Storehouses Opened
        Shiloh
        Salvation

Exodus

        The Burning Bush
        "I AM THAT I AM"
        The Passover
        Redemption
        The Pillar
        The Red Sea
        Marah
        The Healer
        Manna
        The Smitten Rock
        Prevailing Intercession
        The Banner
        Mount Sinai
        The Willing Servant
        The Ark of the Covenant
        The Table of the Bread of the Presence
        The Golden Lampstand
        The Tabernacle
        The Bronze Altar
        The Priest
        The Holy Garments
        The Incense Altar
        The Washbasin
        The Name

Leviticus

        The Burnt Offering
        The Grain Offering
        The Peace Offering
        The Sin Offering
        The Guilt Offering
        The Accepted Offering
        The Strange Fire
        Holiness
        Clean and Unclean
        The Child Birth
        The Plague of Leprosy
        The Cleansing of the Leper
        The Scapegoat
        Holy Blood
        The Sabbath
        The Sheaf of First Fruits
        The Drink Offering
        The Feast of Pentecost
        The Feast of Trumpets
        The Feast of Tabernacles
        The Jubilee
        The Kinsman

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