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ibid.

Chrift, 490. How they derive
their Commiffion,
Miracles, what meant by them,
224. When a Proof of a di-
vine Doctrine, ibid. The Na-
ture of our Saviour's, 254.
Not from the Devil, 255. Not
from the Credulity of the People,
256. See Gift of Tongues.
Mortification, when acceptable,

110. See Self-denial.
Mofaicus Gradus, what, 239

N

P

Partaking in other Men's Sins,
what, 121. Both before and
after they are committed, ibid.

121

New-Year's Day, 97. What

St. Peter the Apostle, 295. What
may be learned from this Fefti-
val,
304
Penitents, how re-admitted into
the Church,
327
Perfon in the Bleffed Trinity,
what,
267
Perfons infpired, how to be
When at a
judged of, 242.
Distance of Time, 243
St. Philip and St. James the
Lefs, 200.
be learned from them, 55
What
be
may
Nathanael, who, 320. Wherein learned from this Festival, 207
appeared the Simplicity of his Places, how holy, 499.
Mind,

it ought to fuggeft to us, 102-
Nativity of Chrift, 51. The
Circumftances of it, 53. What

may

Set

321

apart for public Worship in the
Apofiles Time, ibid. How to
be reverenced,
501
Poverty, what ought to reconcile

us to that State,
55
Prayer, when it afcends as In-
cenfe, 110. The Nature of it,
453. How neceffary, 454.
For what we ought to ask, 455.
What Encouragement, ibid.
Upon what Conditions, 456.
How to be performed, 457.
Wandering Thoughts confider-
ed, ibid. What Prayers moft
acceptable to God, and neceffa-
ry for us, 458. By the Spirit,
what, 460. Advantages of fre-
quently performing it, ibid.
Family Prayer, a Duty incum-
bent on Mafters of Families,
459. Why we ought to pray
for the Minifters of God, 533
Prefentation of the First-corn,

what

Obedience to Spiritual Gover-
ners, what,

533

Oblations, the Maintenance of
the Clergy,
526
Obfervation of Days, when fu-

2

perftitious,
Officers in the Chriftian Church,
who,
412
Omiffion, Sins of, what, 540
Oracle, what Sort of Revila-
tion,
238
Orders, how anciently conferred,
510
Ordination, what, 463. The
peculiar Privilege of a Bishop,
473

122

St. Paul, why commemorated by
his Converfion, 114. What
be learned from this Festi-

may

val,

124

The

what required concerning it
under the Law,
Prefumption, what, 305. The
bad Effects of it, 306.
Cure of it,
ibid.
Pride, the Folly of it, 130
Priest or Prefbyter, his office,
416. Qualifications required
in him, 417. The Church's
Careto admit fit Perfons, ibid.
They have not the Power of
Ordination,
474
Priesthood, its Dignity, 481
Honourable and happy Employ-
ment, 482. The Benefits of
it, 483. The Senfe of Man-
kind about it, ibid. How
efteemed among Heathens, 484.
How before the Law, 485.
How among the Jews, ibid.
Why confined by them to one
Tribe, 486. Why Levi prefer-
red, ibid. Exercised by honour-
able Perfons, 487. How
efteemed among Chriftians, ib.
With what Title honoured in
the New Teftament, 488. What
may be learned from the Dig-
nity of the Priesthood,
Prophecy, what, 237. When
counterfeited, the Punishment,
ibid.

492

Prophecies of the Meffias, ful-

filled in Chrift Jefus, 250
Public Worship, how to be
performed,
501, 503
Purification of the Bleed Vir-
gin Mary, 124. The Law of
it, what, ibid. What it im-
ports, ib. What
may
be learned
from this Festival,
127
Publicans, how esteemed among
the Romans,
among the Jews,

326.

How

327

Q

Qualifications of a Deacon,
415. Of a Priest or Prefby-
416
Questions proper for every
Evening to examine ourselves

ter,

by,

544

R

Rachel's Lamentation, what, 90
Reafon, its Uje in Religion,271.
Knowledge of Religion, how
attained,
233
Religious Matters, how to be
debated, 281. See Chriftian
Religion.
Remembrance of Chrifl, what
implied in it,
433
Repentance, what, 402. What
proper to excite it, 403. Obli-
gation to it, 405. The Con-
dition of Pardon, ibid. Hory
Men delude themselves about
it, 406. The Danger of it up-
on a Death-bed,
407
Reproof, the Nature of it, 291.
Obligation to it, ibid. The
Difficulty, whence, 292. How
to be performed,
293
Refolution of Amendment when
firm, and how made effectual,
403, 404.

Refpe&t to Spiritual Superiors,.
what,
521
Reftitution neceffary in order to
Pardon,
404
Refurrection of Jefus, what
we are to believe concerning
it, 154. The Proof of it,
ibid. Why he did not appear
to the Jews, 155.. Why ne-
ceflary he should rife, 156.
When he rofe, ibid. How three
Days in the Grave, ibid. An
Argument of our Refurrection,
рр

157.

157. The Blaffedness of it to
the Righteous, ibid. What may
we learn from Chrift's Refur-
rection,
ibid.
Refurrection of the Body, what,
177. Why thought impoffible
by the Heathen Philofophers,
178. Poible from Reafen,
idid. The Objection frem
Cannibals and Fishes eating
kuman Bodies, anfavered, 179.
Probable from Reafin, 181.
Certain from Scripture, 182.
Examples of it in the Old Te-
ftament, 183. In the New,
185. Who shall rise, 186.
How our Bodies fould be chang-
ed, ibid. The Influence this
Belief ought to have upon us,
187
Revelation, fupernatural, what,
233. Pafible, ibid. Necef-
Jary and expedicat, 234. Se-
veral Kinds, 235. Colle&ed
in the Scriptures, 240. The
Charaters of it, ibid. What
may be learned from them, 245.
See Scriptures.
Riches, how to be employed, 110.
When eagerly d fired, faulty,
330. The mijchievous Effects
of them,
331
Rogation Days, why so called,
451. When eftabi bed, and
the Piety of them, 452

. S

Sabbath day, how anciently eb-
jerved, 16. See Lord's Day.
Sacrament of the Lord's Sup-

per, what Preparation necef
fary, 506. Who abfolutely un-
fit, 507. Unworthiness in St.
Paul's Senfe, and the Punish-
ment, what, ibid. The Danger

of receiving, no Argument a-
gainst it, 508. The Obligations
to receive, 509. The End and
Defign of it, 510. The Confe-
cration of it, 511. What im-
plied in the Remembrance of
Chrift, ibid. How often we
ought to receive, 512. Men
of Bufinefs not to be excused,
513. How we ought to receive,
514. Church's Care to prevent
the Profanation of it, 515.
Frequency does not diminish
Reverence, 516. Advantages
of frequent Communion, 517
Sacrifice, Chriftian, what, 510
Sacrilege, what, 529, The Pu-

ibid.

nishment of it,
Saints, what, 366. How ac-
commodated to our Imitation,
369
Saturday, why obferved by the
Jews,
13
Schifm, what, 534. The Nature
of it is not altered by Laws of
Toleration,
535
Scriptures,to be read by all Chrif
tians, 194. The Jews and
primitive Church practifed it,
195. Their divine Original,
196. Their Perfection and
Perfpicuity, 197. How to be
read to the best Advantage,
403. Why Men are not influ-
enced by them, 504. Sie Gof-
pel Ipiration.
Self devial, what, 207. How
reprefented in Scripture, 208.
Of indifpenfille Obligation,
209. The Reajenalieness of it,

210

Seventh-Day, why cbferved, 13
Seventy, a diftinct Order from
the Apostles,
464
Sickness, how to be borne, 445
With Patience, 446. With

Trust

Trust in God, ibid. With Re-
fignation, ibid. With Thank-
fulness, 447. With Devotion,
ibid.
Simeon and Anna have our Sa-

vicur manififted to them, 126.
What may be learned from it,
127
St. Simon and St. Jude, 355.
What may
be learned from
this Festival,
359
Simony, what, 530. Why jo
called, ibid. The Punishment
of it,
531
Sincerity, as it refpects God,
what, 323. As it refpects
Man, ibid. The Method of
attaining it,
324
Sins of Commiion, what, 539.
Of Omiffion what, 540. What
implied in Chrift's faving us
from Sin, 160. Aggravations
of Sin, what, 545. Par-
taking of other Men's Sins,
what,
Sitting at the Right Hand of
God, what,

121

93

Submition of a Chriftian,
what,
Sufferings of Chrift, what,
426. Not the Torments of
the Damned, 428. Why b
Juffered, 429. A Proof of
his being the Mellias, 431.
Typified under the Law, 432.
For the Caufe of Religion,
when, 39. How good Men
are fupported under them, 40.
When we may expect God's
Affiftance under them, ibid.
Suffering Chriftians, what due
to them,
Supremacy of Sovereign Magi-
Strates what,
Subordination of Church Officers,
whence,

332

491

214.

Sorrow for Sin how to be excited
and expreffed, 385, 403
Soul, what meant by it, 161
Its Immortality, 162. Prov-
ed from Realon, 163. From
Scripture, 170. What Af-
Jurance the Jews had of it,
169. Does not fleep till the
Refurrection, 171. The Chrif-
tian Evidence for it the
greatest, 172. The Effect it
ought to have upon us, 174.
See Immortality.
Star at our Saviour's Birth,
what,
106
St. Stephen, 65. What may be
learned from this Festival, 69
Steward of God's Mysteries,
what meant by it, 489

T

Thanksgiving, what implied in

it,

19

102

St. Thomas the Apostle, 42.
Chriftians called by his Name,
where, 45.
What may
be
learned from this Festival, 46
Time why valuable, and how to
be employed,
Tithes, due to the Clergy, 527.
To jubmit to the Payment of
Tithes highly reasonable, ibid.
Thoughts when finful, 541.
Wandering Thoughts in
Prayer, confidered,
Interpretation of Tongues, what,
191. See Gift of Tongues.
Trinity Sunday, 267. What
may be learned from the Ob-
fervation of it, 271. The
Mystery of the Trinity, what,
269. No Contradiction, ibid.
Explications dangerous, 270
Vigils,

457

V

Vigils, why fo called, 496. Their
Original, 496, 497. Why
all Festivals have them not,
498. That of Eafter, how,
observed,
439, 440
Virgin Mary, her Offerings,
126. Her Purification. 125.
Annunciation, 142. The Sa-
lutation, what, 143.
How
She received it, ibid. How
The expreffed her Gratitude,
144. Why ftyled the Mother
of God, 147. The Ever-Vir-
gin,
Vifions, what,
Union of Chriftians to Christ,
how, 150. The Advantages
of it,
151
Voice, what Sort of Revelation,

238

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Zeal, the Nature of it, 360.
How it becomes a Chriftian
Virtue, 361. When Criminal,
ibid. What proper to excite it,
ibid. How far it extenuates a
Fault, 362. How to be fhewn
towards Hereticks and Schif-
maticks,
ibid.

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