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Communion of Saints, what,

307
Company, how to be chofen,
372. Ill Effects of bad Com-
pany,
373
Confirmation, what, 474. An
Apoftolical Ufage, 475. Not
confined to the Age of the Apof-
tles, 476. How the Candi-
dates of it must be qualified,
477.The Advantages of it, ib.
Confecration of the Sacrament,
bow performed in the primitive
Church,
Contempt of the World, what,
93. The Advantages of it, 94
Converfion of Infidels might pro-

511

bably fucceed if attempted, 223
Covetoufnefs, its Nature, 330

The mischievous Effects of it,
331. The Unreajonablen fs of
it, ibid. The Means to over-
come it,
332
Crucifixion, the Nature of it,
427

Curfes on the first Day of Lent,
how to be understood,
Uje of them,

401.
402

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Death, Wisdom to prepare for it,
441. What Preparations ne-
ceary, 442. Repentance, ibid.
Making our Wills, 442, 443.
Weaning our Affections from
the World, ibid. Care of our
Time, 444. Charity, 445.
Bearing Sicknfs Chriftianly,
446. Retiring for that Pur-
poje,
448
Dependance upon God, what, 93
Difciples of Chrift, why chofen
out of Galilee,
Difcipline of the Church in Lent
what, 399. How fupplied in
the Church of England, 400.
It ought to be reftored,
401
Differences about civil Matters
how to be managed among
Chriftians, 281. About reli
gious, how to be debated, ibid.
Divine Nature incapable of juf-
fering, &c.
143
Doctrine of Chrift, the Perfec-
tion of it,

35

57

Dreams fupernatural, what, 236

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September, 481. In Decem-
ber, What
520.
be learn-
ed from the Obfervation of thefe
Days, 420, 478, 592, 534.
Encouragements of the Chrij
tian Religion,
60
Enemies, what Love due to them,
70. What Uncharitableness
moft pratifed towards them,
71. Obligation to love them,
ibid. The Reasonableness of it,
72. Repentance, how the Con-
dition, ibid. How to be treated
when they repent, ibid. How
their Repentance to be judged

73

of,
Epiphany, what meant by it,

105. What may be learned
from the Obfervation of it, 108
Epifcopacy, the primitive Go-

vernment of the Church, 466.
The Method ufed by St. Paul
gives Light to it, 469. What
Oppofition it met with, 477
Evangelift, what it means, 190
Evil-fpeaking, what, 341.

When we may speak Evil of our
-Neighbour, 342. Condemned
in Scripture, ibid. The Hei-
noufnefs of it, ibid. The Dif
guife of it, 343. What to be
done to difcurage it, ibid.
How to conquer this Vice, 344
Examination of ourselves, what,

539. And the End of it, 541.
Preferibed by Philofophers,542.
The Wisdom of it, ibid. The
Frequency of it, ibid. The chief
Subject of it, 543. Questions
proper to put to ourselves every
Evening, ibid. Confiderations
to excile it, 544. Meibed of
it, 545. The Confequences and
Advantages of it, 546. Heads
for the Exerce of it, 548
Example of Chrift, the Bright-
nefs of it,
58

F

Fact. See Matters of Fat.
Faith, the prevailing Principle of
a good Chriftian, 47. The
Power of it, ibid. In Christ,
what, ibid. Properties of it,
· 48. Receives Clearness from
the Holy Spirit,
Family-prayer, a Duty incum-
bent on Masters of Families,
459

229

Fafts,the Nature of Fafting, 379.
Obligations to it, 434. Ex-
amples of it in Scripture, 381.
Pratijed by the Apofiles and
frimitive Chriftiani, 382.
How and upon what Occafi-
ons, 383. Not the abftaining
from Meats condemned by St.
Paul, ibid. When religious,
384. How to be obferved, 387.
What to be avoided in the Ex-
ibid.
ere fe of it.
Festivals, what, 1. Their Authe-
rity, 1, 2. The Defign of them,
3. Not against the Fourth Com-
mandment, ibid. They do not
riftrain the Prafes of God, ib.
Not Popih, 4. Not to be abo-
Lifbed because abufed, 5. How
to be obferved, 7. What Com-
mand concerning them under
the Law, 8. How that obliges
Chriftians, 9. Advantages of
obferving them, 10. See Day.
First Day of the Week obferved

by Chriftians, 14. Why called
ibid.
the Lord's Day,
Fridays in the Year, why Fafting
Days, 538. How to be ob
jerved,
Forgiveness of Sins, what, 405

539

G

Gift of Tongues, wherein it con-
fified, 221. How conferred on
the Apoftles, ibid. Read with-
out Deceit, 222. Not the Ef-
fect of Craft, ibid. Not of
Enthufiaftic Heat, nor of
Wine,
223
Gifts of the Holy Ghoft that
are ordinary,
225
God's refting from his Works,

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what,
Godhead and Manhood, how
make one Chrift, 146. Some
Difficulties cleared, ibid.
Good-Friday, why fo called,
423.Why kept as a Faft, 424.
How obferved in the ancient
Church, ibid. What may be
learned from the Commemoration

H

of Christ's Sufferings, 434
Gofpel, avhat meant by it, 195.
The Authority of the four Gof-
pels, ibid. Particularly that
of St. John,
79
Grace to be faid at Meals, 459
Graces, when firengthened by the
Holy Spirit,
227
Guardian Angels, the general
Opinion of Mankind concern-
ing them,

338

Happiness of the next Life, what,
367. What the Scriptures jay
concerning it,
ibid.
Happiness of a righteous Man's

Death, what,
447
Heads of Self-examination, 548
Heretics and Schifinatics, how
to be treated,

362

Holy Days. See Day.
Holy Ghoft, proved to be God,
268. His ordinary Gifts, 226.
How to be attained, ibid. His
particular Office,
Holy Orders, how carefully ad-
227
miniftred in the Church of Eng-
land, 417. After what Man-
ner, 420. What we may learn
from the Inftitution of them, ib.
Holy Week, why fo called, 424.
How obferved in the primi-
tive Church, 425. And in the
Church of England, ibid.
Honour to fpiritual Superiors,
what,
520
Humility, A Virtue peculiar to
Chriftianity, 128. Wherein it
conffts, ibid. How the Founda-
tion of other Chriftian Virtuos,
129. How to be exercijed, 130.
Helps to attain it, 131
Humiliation agreeable to Chrij
385
Hymn Nunc dimittis, what may
be learned from it,
127

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St. Jerome's Authority against
Epifcopacy, confidered, 471
Jefus Chrift, wherein he exceeded
all other Prophets, 57. Why
circumcifed, 100. What im li-
ed in his faving us from Sin.
ibid. His Name worthy of all
Honour, ibid. Why manifested
to the Gentiles, 108. Proved

to be God, 268. That there was
fuch a Perfon, 249. A Prophet
Jent from God, 250. Proved fo
by a Voice from Heaven, 253.
By Miracles, 254. Objections
against them answered, 255. By
Prophecy, 258. His Sufferings
what, 426. Not the Torments
of the Damned, 428. Why
be fuffered, 429. A Proof of
bis being the Meffias, 434.
Not in his divine Nature, 431.
His Refurrection, 154. His
Afcenfion, 212. See Birth of

Chrift.
Immortality of the Soul, proved.
from its Nature, 163. What
meant by the Fathers when
they fay it is not properly im-
mortal, 164. From Univerfal
Confent, 166. Epicureans
and Sadducees no Prejudice to
this, ibid. From the natural
Notions of God, &c. 167.
From natural Hopes and Fears
168. What Allurance the
Jews had, 169. What farther
Evidence the Chriftians have
170, 172. The Effect of this
Belief
174
Incarnation, what we are to be-

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ibid.

359

ty, 284. What may be learned
from this Festival,
Judas the Tra tor had the Gifts of
an Apofle, 355. What may be
learned from it,
St. Jude the Apostle, 355-
What may be learned from this
Feftival,
Judgment General, how proved
from Reafon, 24. From Scrip-
ture, 25. When it fall be,
26. The Necefity of it, ibid.
Who fhall adminifter in it, 27-
Why Jefus Chrift, 28. Who
fhall be judged, ibid. For what
29. By what Measures, ibid.
By what Degrees, 30. The
fixt Time not known, ibid. The
Manner of it, 31. What to be
learned from the Certainty of
-it, ibid. What from the Un-
certainty, when,
32

K

Keeping a Day holy, what, 12
Knowledge of Religion, bow
attain:d,
233

L

Lav-Chriftians, their Duties te
ther fpiritual Guides and Go-
vernors, 520. What we may
learn from them,
534
Lent, by fo called, 389. Its
Antiquity, ibid. Why farty
Days, 390. The Defign of it,
391. How observed by the
primitive Chriftians, 392.
How we ought to spend ibis
Seafon,
393

Little Children, what Temper
of Mind reprefented to us by
our Saviour in that Emblem,
92. The Benefits of it, 94
Lord's Day,12. Why fo called,
14. How obferved by the Apo-
fles, ibid. By the primitive
Chriftians, 15. In what Senfe
called a Sabbath, 16. Par-
ticular Cuftoms anciently ob-
Jerved on that Day, 17. Not
to be fafted on, ibid. How to
be observed, 18. The Advan-
tages of obferving it,
Love of our Neighbour, what,
83. How a new Command-
ment, ibid. Our Obligations
to it, 84. How to perform it,
ibid. To our fpiritual Go-
vernors, what,
St. Luke the Evangelift, 347-
51
What may be learned from this
Feftival,
352

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M

Magiftrates, though fupreme,
cannot communicate fpiritual
Powers,

Manfe, or Glebe, what,
491
Magnificat, what, 144. What
527
we may learn from that
Hymn,
Martyrdom, the feveral Soris,
145
Martyrs, commemorated, why, 5.
87
When first began, 6. What
meant by a Martyr, 314. The
Privileges affigned to them in
the ancient Church, ibid. The
Reasonableness of Martyrdem,
315. The Happiness of it, ibid.
How embraced by the primi-

tive Chriftians, 316. Towhat
Caujes may be attributed their
Courage,
Mary, the bleed Virgin, her
ibid.
Offerings, 126. Why the fub-
mitted to the Law of Purifica-
tion, 125. Her Annunciation,
142. Saluted by the Angel,
and how he received it, 143.
What implied in her Anwer,
144. Why fled the Mother
of God, 147. Why called the
Ever-virgin, 148. How the
ought to be reverenced,
St. Mark the Evangelift, 190.
149
What we may learn from this
Festival,
Matter, not capable of thinking,
194
Matters of Fact, when they can-
164
not be falfe, 243.
tboje that relate to Chriftia-
Proved
nity,
St. Matthew the Apofle, 326.
260
What may be learned from this
Festival,
330.

St. Matthias the Apofle, 133.
What may be learned from this
Meditation in a religious Senfe,
Feftival,
138
what, 394. The Exercife of
it, 395. The Fruits of it,
Mercies of God, when acknow-
451
ledged, 20. When valued, and
how to be returned.
Meflias, what Expectationof his
ibid.
appearing among the Jews,
55. Among the Gentiles, 56.
The Advantage of his appear-
ing,
ibid.
St. Michael and All-Angels,
334 What may be learned from
Ministers of Chrift, why fo call-
this Festival,
ed, 489. Why the Glory of
Chrift,

340

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