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ther, con. ii. 3. cat. 11. He is promis. Jesus, why so called, cate 41. See ed to the elect in the covenant of Christ. grace, con. vii. 3. cat. 32. By him Ignorant, not to be admitted to the they are united to Christ, con: xxvi. Lord's table, con, xxix. 8. cat: 173. 1. For by him the redemption pur. Image. Man made after the image i chased by Christ is applied to them, God, in knowledge, righteousness, con. viii. 8. xi. 4. cat. 58, 59. By him and holiness, con, iv. 2. cat. 17. This they are effectually called, con. x. 1. image is renewed by sanctification, cat. 67. And have faith wrought in cat. 75. And fully perfected in hestheir hearts, con. xiv. 1. cat. 59, 72. ven, con. xxxii. 1. cat, 86, 90. He is given to them in adoption, con. Image worship of all kinds discharged vii. cat. 74. And applying the death cat. 109. and resurrection of Christ to them, Imputation. The guilt of Adam's first by his powerful operation, they are sin is imputed to all his posterity, sanctified, con. xiii. 1. cat. 75. Hav. con, vi. 3. The obedience and satis. ing repentance wrought, and all faction of Christ is imputed to be. other saving graces infused into their lievers, con. xi. 1. cat. 70. His righthearts, con. xü. 1. cat. 32, 75, 76, eousness is imputed to them, cat. 71, 77. Through the continual supply of 77. strength from him, believers grow Incarnation of Christ, con. viii, 2. ca. in grace, con. xiii. 3. cat. 75. "The 37, 39. outward means are by him made ef- Incest discharged, cat. 139. Incestuous fectual to the elect for salvation, con. marriages, which are within the de. vii. 5, 6. xxv. 3. eat. 155, 161. Prayer grees of consanguinity or affinity for is to be made by his help, con. xxi. bidden in the scriptures, can never 3. cat. 182. Ability to do good be made lawful, con. xxiv. 4. works is from him, con. xvi. 3. As. Unjust inclosures and depopulations surance of faith is attained by his forbidden, cat. 142. witnessing with our spirits that we Increase of grace is from a continual are the children of God, con. xviii. supply of strength from the sancti. 2. cat. 80. By his abiding within be- fying Spirit of Christ, com. xiii. 1, 3. Lievers, they are secured from falling cat. 75, 77 totally away from the state of grace, Innocency. The state of man in innoand are kept by the power of God cency, con. iv. 2. cat. 17, 20. through faith unto salvation, con. Infants, how saved, con. x. 3. Infants xvii. 2. cat. 79.
of one or both believing parents are Hope of glory, con. xviii. 1. cat. 83. to be baptized, con. xxviii. 4. cat.
The hope of hypocrites, con. xviii. 1. 166. - Humiliation of Christ, con. viii. 2, 4. Ingrossing commodities to enhance
cat. 46. In his conception and birth, their price, uniawful, cat. 142. cat. 47. In his life, cat. 48. In his Inspiration. The books of the Old and death, cat. 49. After death, cat. 50. New Testament are given by inspiHypocrisy. Making profession of reli- ration of God, con. i. 2. But the A. gion in hypocrisy, or for sinister pocrypha is not of divine inspiration, ends, sinful, cat. 113. The hypo- con. i. 3. crite's hope, con. xviü. 1.
Intercession. How Christ makes inter. Hypostatical. See Personal.
cession, cat. 55. It is a part of his I
priestly office, cat. 44. He makes IDLENESS unlawful, cat. 139, 142. Ido. intercession, that the redemption
latry, all the kinds of it forbidden, which he hath purchased may be cat. 105, 109. All monuments of applied to all believers, con. viii, 8 idolatry ought to be removed, cat. caf. 55. And their perseverance de. 108.
pends upon his continual interces. Jests. Perverting the scripture to pre- sion for them, con. xvi. 2. cat. 79. fane jests, sinful, cat. 113.
Joy in the Holy Ghost the fruit of as.
surance, con. xvii. 1, 2. cat. 83. Be- of sinners, con. xi. 3. Justification ที่ 2
lievers, by falling into some sins, the same under the Old Testament
may grieve the Spirit, and be depri- as under the New, con. xi. 6. It is È ved of some measure of their com- inseparably joined with sanctificafort, con. xvii. 3. xviii. 4.
tion, cat. 77. How they differ, ib. Judge. Christ the judge of the world, Those that are justified are perfect
con. viii. 1, 4. xxxii. 1. How he ly freed in this life from the reveng
shall come at the last day, cat. 56. ing wrath of God, that they never The judgments of God upon sinners in fall into condemnation, con. xvii. 1.
this world, con. v. 6. cat. 28, 83. cat. 77, 79. But corruption remain.
How believers may bring temporal ing in them, con. vi. 5. xiü. 2. cat. Le judgments on themselves, con. xvii. 78. They fall into many sins, con.
3. God is just and terrible in his xvii. 3. cat. 78. Which God conti. I'd judgments, con. ii. 1.
nues to forgive, upon their humbling The last judgment, what, con. xxxii. themselves, confessing their sins,
1. Appointed for angels and men, begging pardon, and renewing their
cor. viii. 4. xxxiï. 1. cat. 88. The faith and repentance, con. xi. 5. 11 end of its appointment is the mani
K festation of God's mercy and justice, Keys. The power of the keys, what, con. xxxii. 2. Christ shall be the con. xxx. 2. Committed to churchjudge, con. viii. 4. xxxiii. 1. How officers, ib. The civil -magistrate he shall come to judge the world, may not assume this power, con. cat. 56. Why he would have us cer- xxiii. 3.
tainly persuaded of it, con, xxxiii. 3. King. Christ the King of his church; on Why the time of it is concealed, con. con. xxx. 1. How he executeth the
xxxii. 3. cat. 88. The judgment of office of a king, cat. 45. What the righteous, con. xxxii. 2. cat. 90. meant by the coming of his kingThe judgment of the wicked, con. dom, cat. 191. xxxiii. 2. cat. 89.
Knowledge, God's knowledge is infi. Judicial law. See Law.
nite, infallible, and independent upi The justice of God fully satisfied by on the creature, con. ii. 2. The
Christ's obedience and death, con. knowledge which may be had of viii. 5. xi. 3. cat. 38, 71. It is mani- God, and of our duty to him by the fested in the works of providence, light of nature, con. i. 1. xxi. 1. cat. con. v. 1. In the justification of sin- 1. The scriptures are only sufficient ners, con. xi. 3. In the last judg- to give that knowledge of God and ment, con, xxxii. 2.
of his will which is necessary unto Justice in contracts and commerce be- salvation, ib. tween man and man, cat. 141, 142.
L Justification, what, con. xi. 1. cat. 70. LABOUR is to be moderately used, cat.
All the elect, and they only, are 135, 136. justified, con. iii
. 6. Whom God did Land-marks not to be removed, cat. from all eternity decree to justify, 142. con. xi. 4. But they are not justified Law. The Ceremonial Law, what, cor. till the Holy Spirit doth in due time xix. 3. It is abrogated now under the actually apply Christ unto them, ib. New Testament, con. xix. 3. xx. 1. How justification is of God's free How the covenant of grace was adgrace, con. xi. 3. cat. 71. Faith is ministered under the law, con. vii. 5. necessarily required for justifica- viii. 6. cat. 34. tion, cat. 71. But it justifies a sinner The Judicial Law expired with the only as it is an instrument, by which state of the Jews, con. xix. 4. And he receiveth Christ and his righte- obliges no further than the general ousness, con. xi. 1, 2. cat, 73. The equity of it requires. ib. exact justice, and rich grace of God, The Moral Law, what, cat. 93. Given are both giorified in the justification to Adam with a power to fulfil it,
een. iv. 2. xix 1. eat. 92. The ten except in case of publick justic commandments the sum of it, con. lawful war, or necessary defence, xin. 2. cat. 98. Though believers are cat. 136. not under it as a covenant, con. xix. Light of nature, what may be know 6. And are not able perfectly to of God and of our duty to him by it, keep it, cat. 149. Yet it continues to con. i. 1. xxi. 1. cat. 2. It is not su.. be a perfect rule of righteousness, ficient to make us wise unto salva. con. xix. 2. Binding all, as well jus- tion, con. i. 1. X. 4. xxi. I. cat. 2, 6). tified persons as others, con. xix. 5. . It is of the law of nature that a due Christ, in the gospel, having not portion of time be set apart for the abolished, but much strengthened, worship of God, con. xxi. 7. the obligation to the obedience of it, Wanton looks sinful, cat. 139, ib. And although no man since the lord's prayer. See Prayer. fall can, by the moral law, attain to Lord's supper. The institution, n. righteousness and life, con. xix. 6. ture, and ends of it, con. xxix. 1 cat. 94. Which Christ alone hath cat. 168. Christ not offered up to purchased for the elect by his per. his Father, nor any real sacrifice for fect obedience, con. viii. 5. Yet it is sin made in it, con. xxix, 2. The mass of great use to all, con. xix. 6. cat.
abominably injurions to Christ's one 95. The use of it to the regenerate, only sacrifice, ib. The outward ele. con. xix. 6. cat. 97. The use of it to. ments in this sacrament are not to the unregenerate, cat. 96. Not con. be adored, con. xxix. 4. They stil trary to the grace of the gospel, but remain truly bread and wine, con doth sweetly comply with
it, con. xix. xxix. 5. The doctrine of transub. 7. The Spirit of Christ subduing and stantiation is repugnant not only to enabling the will of inan unto a free the scripture, but even to commo and cheerful obedience to the will sense, and has been and is the cause of God, con. xix. 7. cat. 32.
of gross idolatries, con. xxix. 6. How Unnecessary law-suits to be avoided, Christ hath appointed bread and cat. 141, 142
wine to be given and received in the Liberty. Christian liberty, what, con. sacrament, con. xxix. 3. cat, 169. I
IX. 1. Wherein it is enlarged under is only to be administered by a mi. the gospel, ib. The end of Christian nister of the word lawfully ordained, liberty, con. xx. 3. Liberty to sin con. xxvii. 4. cat. 176. It is not to inconsistent with it, ib. It is not in- be received by any one alone, com tended to destroy ecclesiastical or xxix. 4. It is to be received in both civil powers, but to support and pre- kinds, ib. What relation the ele: serve them, con. XX. 4. Neither are ments in this sacrament have to men thereby allowed to publish Christ crucified, con. xxis. 5. How opinions, or inaintain practices, that Christ is present there, con. xxix. 7. are contrary to the light of nature, cat. 170. How believers feed on him or to the known principles of Chris- therein, ib. What preparation is retianity, or such as are destructive quired for receiving it, cat. 171 of the peace and order of the church, Doubting may consist with an in. ib.
terest in Christ, con. xvü. 3. xyiï. 4. Lberty of conscience, what it is, and cat. 81. And therefore should not
what repugnant to it, con. xx. 2. hinder from partaking of the Lord's Making men the lords of our 'faith
supper, cat. 172. But the ignorant and conscience unlawful, con. Xx. 2. and scandalous are not to be admitcat. 105.
ted, con. xxix. 8. cat. 173. What duLife, Eternal life purchased by Christ's ties required in the time of receiv.
perfect obedience to the law, con. ing, cat. 174. What duties after revii. 5. The tree of life was a pledge ceiving, cat. 175. Frequent attenof the covenant of works, cat. 20. dance on it a duty, cat. 175, 177. The life of any not to be eiken away, The agreement and difference be
tween the Lord's supper and bap- not make void the magistrate's just
and legal authority, con. Xxiii. 4.
Man, how created, con. iv. 2. cat. 17.
con. iij. 5. cat. 13. Which is un- cat. 17, 20. His fall, and the effects
The bond of marriage can only be
dissolved for adultery after mar-
Ixii. 1. For what end, ib. Law- cannot be remedied, con. xxiv. 5, 6.
unlawful marriages, are sinful, cat.
marry, cat. 138.
The duties of
dence maketh use of means; yet is
free to work without, above, and
order to escape the wrath of God, Christ for the mortifying of sin, cat
Christ, cat. 180. Why prayer is to
be made in his name, cat. 181.
is manifested in his works of provi- which men ought to swear, and
to which the church is finally to ap-
pardon of sin or eternal life; and i. 8. The administration of the
Testament believed in the promised name of God is that by which men
his name is to be abhorred, con.
visible charch, con. xxv. 3. The weight and moment, an oath is war.
good, and what he is able to per
form, ib. An oath is to be taken in
the corruption of nature mortified words ; and, in things not sinful, it
Believers drew strength ticks, con. xxū. 4. cat. 113. But it