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Godlinesle bath the promises of this life and of the life to come. 42

Good covetousnese. 263. Evil coveton[neffe is joyned with ama

bition.
Greatneffe and power are fearful to the common man, yet he will learch

into the actions of the higheft.

Grief mingled with

faith is no fin.

Habakkuk fignifiesbe an embracer, a wraßler. :2. The time of his

pag. 2.
Hatred a cause of contention.
Hearing the word profitech nought without faith.
Hearing and understanding the word is a means to increase faith. 209
Hearers ought to pray for their teachers.
Heathens gods not jealous of their glory.
He that willeth the same thing as God willeth, and doth the same thing

God would have done, finneth, unlesse he doth it in the same

manner, and for the fame end which God projecteth.

76

How far we may complain to God against our brethren.

15

How Godis said to have eyes and other parts of a mans body. III

and how he is said to fee, hear, ecc.

73.ch. 3

How God is said to repent:

165

How Gods righteonnelse is revealed in the Gospel

237
How drunken folks are said to discover their nakednesje. 314
How man ought to carry himself in his dominion over beasts,

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Dolatry defined and describeda

pag.328

Idolâtry a grievous lin.

Idolatry amongst Chriftians,

Idolatry in the Church of Rome in worshipping the confecrated

Hoft.

333

If toomit a duty be a fon, the committing of a contrary evilmujt needs

be abominable.

Il-gotten goods bring such a fin upon a man, as cannot be purged but

by repentance and reftitution.
If we find in our felves an elevation above our pitch, it is a certain

Symptome of a diseased foul.

Image-worship crept into the Church of Rome by little and little,332

Imprecations forbidden.

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Infirmities of Gods servants twofold.

Inordinate real, what it is.

Iniquity knoweth no measure.

In all our confiderations of the carriage of things under the Governa

ment of Gods Providence, howsoever the effeěts may. Jeem strange

to us, we must not question either the Wisedom, Justice or Goodnesse

of God.

In the Church of God there will always be som: will argue against

God.

147

Inconveniences of Rapine.

277

Ingredients of a saving faith by a dissection of the word Fides. 187

It was no small part of Christ's Passion to be scorned and derided of his

258

It is a sirgular wise done to use the fulnesse of prosperity Hell. 83. and
a great measure of grace is required thereto.

84

Judgment beginneth at the house of God. (5.and 179.ch. 3

Just man defined.

185

Justification by faith only.

237

Kliping dilencefogame of reverence and fubmiflion, pag 327

Knowledge of Gods glory an excellent knowledge. 30C. and the

pursuit of this' knowledge is a labour which well rewardeth it

Self,

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be in looking into the vices of, brethren, though it

pretended desire of Reformation.

pag. 20

Nan is mutable; God unchaniably just.

78

Man in mercy cometh neerest Gods imuge.

Maxs ftate in his innocency.

Man is but earth, and gold but clay.

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Men and Angels' have their Esernity from God.

Means to get un upright foul.

Mercy the soul of ihe World.

Minifters may ina general reprove fa; but not particatarize any

54

Ministersought to be first Seers and then Speakers.

139

Alinisters must not only warch, but aljo give warning. 14?

Ministers mustmaintain Gods cause against all contradictions: 143

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Ministers onght to open to the Church of God the whole Councell of

God.

156

Ministers have a neceffity luid upon them to preach the words

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TO man simpliciter Atheos,but acknowledgerh fome divine ruling

power.

pag. 89. and 328 and 80.ch.3

No man would do fervice where nothing is to be gained by iti 329
No inherent bolinese in Churches.

339
Not that as we have, but what we dispose of maketh nes friends in the

day of the Lord
Nothing ought to be so dear to us as the glory of God.
Occafion of offence to be avoided.

pag. 33
Oracles ceased at Christs coming

Original fin what it is.

Outward things unsanctified to the Owner, have no power to establish

the beart.

84

Out of natural and moral ways of life there is a wisedome of God to be

learned.

Overcharge of the heart with drink, is drunkennelle.

306

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Apists idolaters.

pag, 331

People without a Ruler are unhappy.

114 and 124

Prayer ought to be fervent and continual. 18. as well in zeal of Gods

glory as for our own necessities,

19

Prayer what it is."

Prayer is a help to him that prayeth, a sacrifice 10 God; a scourge to
the devil and bis agents.

183

Prayer, the Word and the Sacraments are means to preserve faith.228

Preparation required in those who go to Church.

344

Pride a cause of strife.

Pride consists in three things. In thinking too well of our selves; con-

temptibly of others, boasting and glorying in vain oftentation. 240

Pride is the ground of insatiablene

fje.

Pride, the ruine of Charity, fuftice, Temperance and Religion. 2+3

Proofs of a sincere faith.

Prosperity of this world fils the hearts of men with pride, and veine-

fimation of themselves,

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Proud men resemble death and hell.

243

Punishment in its nature is evil

, yet God may work good out of it. 69

Punishment of Idolatry:

334
Punishments of Pride, 247. Just Reprehenfion, 155. Derision, 257
Spoyle and destruction.

262

Punishments of Ambition, 279. They consult shame to their own

house, Ibid. Sin against their open souls, 283. Labour in vaine,

and without fucceffe.

286

Punishments of drinkennelle, 315: who will punish it; God, 316
how he will punish it, 319. Why he will punih it.

324
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Vantity of the fault, is the measure of the judgment. pag. 5

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Easons why Ambition makes men unhappy.

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Realans thereof.

Ibid.

Riligion is the knot of true Union, that knitteth us to God, and uniteth

us to one another,

78.

Religion hath the bowels og compassion, and they have no Religion

that have no mercy.

99

Religion the best bond of brotherhood.

'129

Remedy for mans fall

, 222. Which is Christ.

233

Remedies against drunkennesse.

308
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Athan suggefteth that the way of righteousnefse is painful. pag.287

Sathans chiefest temptation, is by blemishing of Gods glory. 296

Seekers of strife condemned.

25

Service performed to God without zeal, is without life.
Shame rather hardeneth then reformeth a finner.
Sincere Faith cannot be loft.

2,8

Sharp and satyricall tarineise not alwayes unlawfull.

259

Sinis a burthen to God 3.1 o men, 4. And awakes Gods vengeance. Ibid.

Sins seen in others, moves man to a loathing of fin, and to charily. 68

Sin is like Leaven, a little fowreth the whole lump. 204. & 283

Sons ojomision, 218. Of evil motion, 219. Of evil affe&tion, and

of evil action.

Sins grow in clusters, and one sin begetieth another, 265. Examples

thereof.

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Sins committed against the Law of God, are dove against the cor,

mitters Souls.

283

Souls in heaven wait upon the performance of Gods Promises :.178

Stephens prayer at bis death a means of Pauls coxversion.

Suggestions to fin lay their foundation upon fome' unworthy opinion

of God,

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Eares of bitternelle are the blood of the Soul. pag.285
Teaching by familiar resemblances is minch used in both Testa-

123

Temples not built in 200 years after Chrift.

336

Temples and Churches necessary. I

337

Temporall things can afford no true content.

39

There is no peace to a wicked man. 7

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Tbe found of Gods Word preached cannot be truly heard by us, unlesse

he open our hearts.

The foul of prayer is the holy zeal of him that prayeth.

Three speciall benefits of a godly life.

40.& 41

The Chaldeans raised by God against the Jews.

56

They who are fealed with the Spirit of Promise bave their infirmities,

- lapses, and relapses; yet fin nor to death

They who fulfilling the Willof God which they know not, do fulfill their.

own will which they aime ar, are not rewarded, but rather puni-

seed for it.

The way to avoid contempt, is humility:

81

There is such a concatenation of duties of Religion, and Justiceze hat he
that offendoth in one, breaketh the chaine.

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I be fear of the wicked shall come upon himself.

280
Tphe house of the righteous shall stand-

inki, ...281
The Elect. fon against their own souls in regard of the fault, 283
and also in regard of the punishment.

284
The delivery of Gods Church, and his vengeance upon her enemies;
gives honour to the Name of God upon earth.

291
The fing of the first fonu

297
The knowledge of Gods glory confifteth in the true consideration of his
justice and mergy!

299

Tirough the Church of God live under the crose for a time, it shall pot

be swayes for freiro

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