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Christ, 490. How they derive

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their commiffion,

ibid.
Miracles, what meant by them, Partaking in other Men's Sins,

224 Wen a Proof of a di- what, 121. Both brfore and
vine Doctrine, ibid. De Na.

ajier they are committed, ibid.
tilre of our Saviour's, 254.
Not from the Devil, 255. Not St. Paul, why commemorated by
from the Credulity of the People, bis Conversion, 114. What

256. See Gift of Tongues. may be learned from this Festi-
Mortification, when acceptable, val,
110. See Self-denial.

St. Peter the Apostle, 295. What
Mosaicus Gradus, what, 239 may

be learned from this Fefti-
val,

304
Penitenis, how re-admitted into
N
the Church,

327
Person in the Blesed Trinity,
what,

267
New-Year's Day, 97. What Persons inspired, how to be
it ought to fuggeft to us, 102- judged of, 242.

W ben at a
Nativity of Chirili, 51. The Distance of Time, 243

Circumstances of it, 53. What St. Philip and St. James the
may be learned from them, 55 Leís, 200.

What

may

be
Nathanael, who, 320. Whercin learned from this Festival, 207
appeared the Simplicity of his Places, how holy, 499.

Set
Mind,

apart for public Worship in the
Apofiles Time, ibid. How to
be reverenced,

501
O

Poverty, whai ought to reconcile
us to that State,

55

Prayer, when it asends as In-
Obedience to Spiritual Gover- cense, 110. The Nature of it,

533 453. How necessary, 454.
Oblations, the Maintenance of Topwat we ought to ask, 455
the Clergy,

What Encouragement, ibid.
Observation of Days, 'when file . Upon what Conditions, 456.
perstitious,

Hw to be performed, 457.
Officers in the Christian Church, Wandering Thoughts confider-
who,

412

ed, ibid. What Prayers not
Omission, Sins of, what, 540 acceptable to God, and necelja-
Oracle, uhai Sort of Revila- ry for us, 458. By the Spirit,
tion,

what, 460. Advantages of fre-
Orders, how anciently conferred, quently performing it, ibid.

510 Family Prayer, a Duiy incum-
Ordination, what, 463. The bent on Masters of Families,
peculiar Privilege of a Bishop, 459. Why we ought to pray

473 for the Ministers of Ged, 533
Presentation of the Firft-corn,

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481

what required concerning it

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under the Law,

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Presumption, what, 305. The Qualifications of a Deacon,

bad Effects of it, 306. The 415. Of a Priest or Presiye
Cure of it,
ibid. ter,

416
Pride, the Folly of it, 130

Questions proper for every
Priest or Presbyter, his office, Evening to examine ourselves
416. Qualifications r quired by,

544
in him, 417: The Church's
Careto admit fit Persons, ibid.

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They have not the Power of
Ordination,

474

Rachel's Lamentation, what, 90
Priesthood, its Dignity, Reason, its Uje in Religion,271.

Honourable and happy Employ- Knowledge of Religion, how
ment, 482. The Benefits of attained,

233
it, 483. The Sense of Man- Religious Matters, how to be
kind about it, ibid. How debated, 281. See Christian
esteemed among Heathens, 484. Religion.
How before the Law, 485. Remembrance of Christ, what
How among the Jews, ibid. implied in it,

433
Why confined by them to one Repentance, what, 402. What
Tribe, 486. Why Levi prefer- proper to excite it, 403. Obli-
red, ibid. Exercised by honcur- gation to it, 405. The Con-
able Persons, 487. How dition of Pardon, ibid. Hory
esteemed among Christians, ib. Men delude themselves about
With what Title honoured in it, 406. The Danger of it up.
the New Tiftament, 488. What on a Death-bed,

407
may be learned from the Dig- Reproof, the Nature of it, 291.
nity of the Priesthood, 492

Obligation to it, ibid. The
Prophecy, whai, 237. When Difficulty, whence, 292. How
counterfeited, the Punishment, to be performed,

293
ibid. Resolution of Amendment when
Prophecies of the Meflias, ful- firm, and how made effe Etual,
filled in Christ Jesus, 250

403, 404
Públic Worship, how to be Respect to Spiritual Superiors,
performed,
501, 503 whai,

521
Purification of the Blessed Vir- Restitution necesary in order to
gin Mary, 124. The Law of Pardon,

404
it, what, ibid. What it im- Resurrection of Jesus, what
ports, ib. What

may

be learned we are to believe concerning
from this Festival,

127

The Proof of it,
Publicans, how efieemed among ibid. Why he did not appear

the Romans, 326. How to the Jews, 155., Why ne-
among the Jews,

327 cellary he fhould rile, 156.

When he rose, ibid. Horw three
Days in the Grave, ibid. An

Argument of our Refurrection,
Рp

157

it, 154,

157. The Blefjedness of it to of receiving, no Argument a-
the Rightcous, ibid. What may gainst it, 508. The Obligations
we learn from Christ's Refur- to receive, 509. The End and
rection,

ibid. Dilign of it, 510. The Conje-
Resurrection of the Body, what, cration of it, 511. What im

177: Why thought imposible plied in the Remembrance of
by ibe Heathen Philosophers, Christ, ibid. How often we
'178. Popille from Rcaron, ought to receive, 512. Men
idid. The Objection from of Bafine/s not to be excused,
Cannibals and Fishes eating 513. How we cught to receive,
kuman Bodies, answered, 179, 514. Church's Care to prevent
Probable from Reafin, 181. ibe Profanation of it, 515.
Certain from Scripture, 182. Frequency does not diminish
Examples of it in the Old Te. Reverence, 516. Advantages
ftament, 183. In the New, of frequent communion, 517
185. W:0 shall rise, 186. Sacrifice, Christian, what, 510
How our Bodies jould be chang- Sacrilcge, what, 529. The Pu-
ed, ibid. The Influence this nishment of it,

ibid.
Belief ought to have upon us, Saints, what, 365. How ac,

187 commodated to our Imitation,
Revelation, fupernatural, what,

369
233. Polible, ibid. Necef- Saturday, why observed by the
Jary and expedient, 234. Se- Jews,

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veral kinds, 235. Collected Schilm, what, 534. The Nature
in the Scriptures, 240. The of it is not altered by Lavis of
Chara 7ers of it, ibid. What Tolcration,

535
may be learned from them, 245. Scriptures, o te read by all Chrij-
See Scriptures.

tians, 194. The Jews and
Riches, how to be employed, 110. frimiiive Church praétifed it,

When eagerly d fired, faulty, 195. Their divine Original,
330. The mijchievous 'Efects 196. Their Perfection and
of them,

331 Perfpicuity, 197. How to be
Rogation Days, why la calied, read to the best Advantage,

451. Iben eftati faed, and 403. Izy Mlee ere not influ-
the Piety of them, 452 emand by them, 504. See Gos-

pel Inspiration.

Sef denial, what, 207, How
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reprejented in Scripture, 208.

Of indiaille Obligation,
Sabbath day, bow auciently cb. 209. The Rizjonallenejs of it,

jerved, 16. See Lord's Day.
Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- Seventh-Day, wly chjerved, 13

per, what Preparation necesa Seventy, a distinct Order from
sary, 506. Who ab; clutely un-

the A oiles,

464
fit, 507. Unworthiness in St. Sickness, how to be borne, 445,
Paul's Sense, and the Punish- With Patience, 446. With
ment, wha', ibid. The Danger

Trust

210

when, 39.

fruft in God, ibid. With Re- Submilion of a Christian,
fignation, ibid. With Thark- what,

93
fulness, 447. With Devotion, Sufferings of Christ, what,

ibid. 426. Not the Torments of
Simeon and Anna hav: our Sa- ihe Damned, 428. Why bo
vicur manifified to them, 126. fuffered, 429.

A Proof of
What

may
be learned from it, his being the Messias, 431.

127 Typified under the Law, 432.
St. Simon and St. Jude, 355.

For the Cause of Religion,
What may be learned from

How good Men
this Festival,

359 are supported under them, 40.
Simony, what, 530. Why jo Whin we may expect God's

called, ibid. The Punishment Alfiance undir them, ibid.
of it,

531

Suffering Christians, what due
Sincerity, as it respects God, to them,

332
what, 323. As it respects Supremacy of Sovereign Magi-
Man, ibid. The Method of strates what,

491
attaining it,

324

Subordination of ChurchOficers,
Sins of Commision, what, 539.

whence,
Of Omision what, 540. W bat
implied in Christ's faving its
from Sin, 160. Aggravations

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of Sin, whot, 545.

Par-
taking of other Men's Sins,
what,

121 Thanksgiving, what implied in
Sitting at the Right Hand of it,

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God, what,

214.

St. Thomas the Apostle, 42.
Sorrow for Sin how to be excited Christians called by his Name,
and expressed, 385, 403

where,

45.
What

may

be
Soul, what meant by it, 161 learned from this Festival, 46

Its Immorta ity, 162. Prova Time why voluable, and how to
ed from Realon, 163. From

be employed,
Scripture, 170. 18 hat Af Tithes, due to the Clergy, 527.
Jurance the Jews had of it, TO jubmit to the Payment of
169. Does not sleep till the Tithes highly reasonable, ibid.
Resurreclion, 171. The Chrif. Thought when finful, 541.
tian Evidence for it the Wandering Thoughts in
greatist, 172. I be Eject it Prayer, considered, 457
ought to have upon us, 174. Interpretation of Tongues, what,
See Immortality.

191. See Gift of Tongues.
Star at our Saviour's Birth, Trinity Sunday, 267. What
what,

106 may be learned from the Ob-
St. Stephen, 65. What may be fervation of it, 271. The

learned from this Festival, 69 Mystery of the Trinity, what,
Steward of God's Mysteries, 269. No Contradiction, ibid.
what meant by it, 469 Explications dangerous, 270

Vigils,

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Whit-Monday,

232
-Tuesday,

248
Vigils, why so called, 496. Their Wills and Teftaments, when to
Original, 496, 497. Why

442
all Festivals have tbem not, Wise Men of the East, who,
498. That of Easter, how 105. How they could guess at
objerved,

439, 440 our Saviour's Birth by the Star,
Virgin Mary, her Offerings,

107. Their Behaviour, ibid.
126. Her Purification. 125.

Their Zeal and Courage, 108
Annunciation, 142. The Sa- Their Offerings, what they re-
lutation, what, 143. How present to us,

109
foe received it, ibid. How Word of God, how to be read
the exprefed her Gratitude, and beard, 503. Why Mer
144. Why styled the Mother are not influenced by it, 504
of God, 147. The Ever-Vir-
gin,

148
Visions, what,

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Union of Chriftians to Chrift,

how, 150. The Advantages
of it,

151 Young Persons most concerned in
Voice, what sort of Revelation, the Choice of their Company,

372. How to be chose, ibid.

Ill Effects of bad Company,373
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Watchfulness, what, 138. How

it forejees Dangers and avoids
them, 138,139. How it enables

encounter them, ibid.
The Neceffity of it, whence,

,140
Whitsunday, why so called, 219.

Why one of the flated Times
for Baptism, 220. What may
he learned from this Festival,

226

Zeal, the Nature of it, 360.

How it becomes a Christian
Virtue, 361. When Criminal,
ibid. What proper to excite it,
ibid. How far it extenuates a
Fault, 362. How to be shown
towards Hereticks and Schif-
maticks,

ibid.

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