A Scripture Account of the Faith and Practice of Christians: Consisting of an Extensive Collection of Pertinent Texts of Scripture, Illustrative of the Various Articles of Revealed Religion: Reduced Into Distinct Sections. The Whole Forming a Complete Concordance to All the Articles of Faith and Practice Taught in the Holy Scriptures

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Hogan & Thompson, 1834 - Bible - 370 pages
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of the righ
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of the wieked 38 41 God knoweth his people 42 their religious princi ples and practice 43 God knoweth their worksTheir wants their sorrows their af...
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The prosperity and adversity of man in Gods hand 71 Gods power in the creation of heaven and earth 72 in the government of the heavens and the e...
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Sins of the wicked against the attri bute of power Duties resulting from or founded upon the doctrine of Gods power 4546 78 Gods power manifeste...
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The righteousness of God 80 In punishing the wicked 81 In mens reaping as they sow 82 In rewards to the righteous 83 Things of God declared to b...
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Injustice and iniquity denied of God 86 Gods truthTruth ascribed to him 87 Things of God called truth 88 Lying denied of God 89 The faithfulness ...
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He knoweth murderers
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Sins of tho wieked against Gods knowledge
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The wisdom of God in general
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Gods wisdom in creation
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In redemption by Jesus Christ
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The wisdom of ereatures nothing in eomparison of Gods wisdom
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Thanks for merey 106Merey in the pardon of sin 107 Pardon and forgiveness prayed for
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The power of God 41
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He is the Almighty
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Gods strength 62 Gods
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Gods throne is a throne of graee 121 Gods Spirit is a Spirit of grace 122 Christ is gracious 123 The grace of God in the economy of mans salvation I...
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The hand of
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Finger of
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God ealled a Roek
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Nothing hard to
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All things possible to God 68 He is able to do everything
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Gods anger 148 Threatened against the wieked 149 Wrath of God threatened against sinners 150 God is wroth Prayers depreeaTing his wrath Promis...
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Gods power in his wonderful doings
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Zeal aseribed to God
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The sea 5 Summer and winter 6 North and south 7 Clouds wind 8 Rain 9 Creatures in the sea 10 Inferior ereatures on the dry land
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Grass herbs and trees 12 Man ereated His body 13 His soul 14 Mans spiritual state after his creation 15 Mans first disobedience or fall from his happy...
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Their nature Superior to man 20 They excel in strength 21 Their employment for the good of Gods people 22 Instances of the care and services of a...
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Angels inflict Gods judgments on the wicked 25 Their attendance on and services to Christ on earth 26 They shall attend Christ at his eom ing to judg...
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Their employment at the day of judg meat 28 They are worshippers of God the Fa ther 29 They worship Christ and are subject to him 30 Devils are ...
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They are enemies to all good and promoters of sin and misery 34 Satans enmity to Christ and his ser vants 35 Devils believe that there is a God They ...
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They know the saered seriptures 38 Satan was overcome by Christ 39 He is overcome by Christians through divine power communicated 40 Promise...
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Gods Government 1 God is King Ruler anil Governor of the world having a throne king dom dominion government 2 God is the Lawgiver 3 He is t...
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Purpose of God 6 God doth will 7 Determinations of God 8 Ordinations of God Things ordained of God
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Things appointed of God 11 Predestination Things predestin ated 12 Election of the Jews
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Election of Christians
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Persons chosen or elected of God to fill offiees in church and state 15 Calling God doth call his people are ealled
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Particular persons called to offiees Priests Sle
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Justification God justifieth 18 Men not justified by the works of the law 19 Men are justified freely and by grace through Christ
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The wicked styled children of what
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Salvation is of graee
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His merey a cause of
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Help and strength from God a cause of
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Salvation from God against enemies a eause of
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Gods vengeance upon his and his peoples enemies a cause of
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Apostaey or unfruitfulness threats and reproofs against
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CHAP V
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His glory after his resurrection 4 Christs exaltation at Gods right hand 5 He is exalted above mankind 6 The church is subject to him 7 He is exalted a...
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CHAP VI
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Henee the title of Father so often given to God 2 He is distinguished from the ereated sons of God 3 Christ is ealled the image of God 4 God 5 Lord
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Christ is one with the Father 7 The same things spoken of the Fa ther and of Christ Christs titles in general ranged alphabetieally
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CHAP VII
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He will raise the dead 3 Will change the bodies of men 4 He will judge the world 5 He will dispense suitable rewards and punishments 6 Rewards fro...
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Punishments to be inflicted on the wieked by Christ
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CHAP VIII
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CHAP IX
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wisdom 3 Power and dominion 4 Acts of Christs power towards his people
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Acts of power against his enemies 6 Christs righteousness 7 He promoted righteousness 8 Christs holiness
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justiee Seet 10 Christs truth 11 goodness 12 eternity 128 CHAP X
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Christ a Redeemer redemption through him 3 Christ a ransom 4 a price 5 a deliverer 6 a Mediator 7 an Intercessor 8 an Advocate 9 Reconciliation by...
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Graee from Christ 12 Justification by Christ 13 Sanctification through Christ 14 Christ is called life to his people
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Eternal life is from and by him 16 is the gift of God through Christ 17 Benefits from Christ against sin
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Christs love to his people 19 His care of his peoplehis presence with them 20 Christs excellencies and benefits briefly expressed
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Titles given to Christ taken from the highest and the most useful offices on earth 22 His prophetie ofhee earried on by the Spirit speaking in the prop...
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the end thereof 31 Christs death the eflieaey thereof
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its efficacy 33 Christ a propitiation 34 an atonement 35 a King having dominion
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Graee prayed
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Gods favour 64 denied to the wieked
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The institution of the Lords Supper 4 It is to be reeeived frequently 5 And with a suitable preparation
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CHAP XII
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He withholdeth the favour of
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God is bountiful
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Men ought to be bountiful
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Gods blessing He blesseth his people
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Persons pronouneed blessed their graees and duties 65
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Gods blessing promised by way
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Of the Trinity The same things attributed to the Fother to the Bon and to the Holy Ghost vii
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Omniscience 4 Wisdom 5 Omnipotenee 6 Goodness 7 Works of the Trinity Creation 8 Sending teachers 9 Teaehers reeeive their knowledge from Fat...
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Father Son and Spirit spake by those that were sent 11 Father Son and Holy Ghost are in Christians as in a temple 12 Sanctification by Father Son an...
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Knowing God and Christ 2 Denying God 3 Prayers for them that know God and promises to them 4 God will be known by his peopleIs made know...
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Duties of the enlightened who know God 7 The wicked know not God 8 Faith in God
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promises 12 Denying Christ threats 13 The certainty and assurance of faith
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Graees and duties accompanying true faith or marks and evidences of it
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God the author and supreme eause of faith
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Means of faith Gods word 19 A Gospel ministry
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The Gospel called faith and the law of faith 20 Promise of Justification to believing in
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Christ prayeth for believers 25 Pardon of sin to believers 26 The Holy Spirit is given to them 27 They have light and direction 28 grace and peace 29...
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by faith in Christ 35 Things extraordinary promised to the faith of some primitive Christians
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These promises fulfilled 37 Miracles wrought for persons of emi nent faith 38 Other instances of approved faith 39 Infidelity Want of faith reproved ...
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Against unbelief toward Christ 43 Causes of unbelief assigned in serip ture
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Looking to God 45 Remembering God Not remember ing him 46 Forgetting God 47 Threats against those that forget God 48 Warnings against forg...
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Fearing God Fear due unto him 51 The excellency of fearing God 52 To fear God a eommanded duty 53 God is to be feared on account of his perfe...
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joined with obedience toward God 57 With the worship of God 58 It is a motive of duty and a restraint from sin 59 Promises to them that fear God
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Other expressions setting forth the fear of God Trembling 61 Heaven and earth tremble at Gods greatness
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Quake terror reverence afraid 62 Threatenings against those that fear not God 63 The wicked fear not God with that fear whieh is a restraint from sin ...
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eovenant or eovenant blessings
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How love to God is produced in Christians 72 Prayed for as a gift from God 73 It is a fruit of the Holy Spirit 74 Evidenced by keeping his command...
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Obedience to Christ the evidence of love to him 82 Hating God Threats against it 83 Hating Christ 84 Desiring God 85 Thirsting longing for God a...
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The meek 90 Those that seek God 91 trust in God 92 hope in God 93 Those who have faith or believe 94 Joy promised 95 Things to be rejoieed in i ...
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Gods presence with his people a eause of joy 100 Gods love and care of his people a cause of
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Temporal deliverances of Gods ehureh a cause of joy 108 Spiritual blessings a cause of rejoic ing 109 Gods work of creation a eause of jy 110 Worl...
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Satisfaction God satisfieth
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Delight in God 115 Things of God delighted in by his people 116 Delight in Christ 117 Glorying in God 118 Sinful glorying forbidden 119 Boastin...
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Hope in Godand in Christ
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The hope of the wicked perisheth
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The expectation of the righteous from God 124 Expectation of the wicked 125 Waiting The righteous wait for God
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The wicked wait not for him 127 Submission and resignation to God Language expressive of this temper of mind 128 Relying upon God 129 Trusti...
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Confidenee in God
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Confidence in God a security against the fear of evil from man 132 The confidence of the wieked
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Assurance of the righteous 134 Seeking God commanded 135 God is to be sought with all the heart 136 Promises to them that seek God 137 Prayers...
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The wicked seeking not God 140 They seek not God aright Threats against such 141 Drawing near to God
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Christ 145 Forsaking God Threats 146 Departing from God Not depart ing instanees
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Confession of going astray 150 Threats against going astray 151 Worship Due to God only
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How God is to be worshipped 153 Worship offered by the wieked un aeeeptable to God 154 Fasting Appointed of God 155 Fasts extraordinary and ...
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Upon threatened judgments
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Prayer to be made in faith 166 With sincerity of heart 167 With love to God 168 With the fear of God 169 With obedience to God 170 With humili...
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With alms and good works 173 Prayer must be frequent fervent and importunate 174 Prayer with tears 175 Private prayer
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Praise for Christ
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For Gods will revealed 219 For the obedience and faith of Chris tians as owing to God 220 For his care of his church 221 For his great and marvello...
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For Gods marvellous acts upon the bodies and minds of mankind 223 For daily bread 224 For deliverance from trouble and afflietion 225 For delive...
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Honouring God Honour due to God and claimed by him 227 God is honoured by acts of worship
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By holiness of life 229 By keeping the Sabbath 230 By acts of charity and mercy to the poor 231 Honouring Christ Motives 232 The wicked dishon...
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By faith 237 By good works 238 By various branches of duty 239 Doxologies or glory ascribed to God in worship
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The wicked glorify not God and are punished 242 God is glorified in the destruction of the wicked 243 Sanctifying God 244 Threats against those w...
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CHAP XV
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Righteousness required 8 Promises to the righteous of peculiar favour from God
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Promises of blessings as the eonse quenee of righteousness by the ap pointment of God
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The righteous shall be delivered from enemies 11 The death of the righteous blessed 12 They are blessed after death 13 Unrighteousness forbidden 1...
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Promises to the upright 19 Uprightness prayed for 20 Integrity
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Partieular instanees of integrity 22 Sincerity 23 Perfection a commanded duty 24 Directions for attaining perfection 25 Perfeetion from God and Chri...
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The ministry a mean of perfection 28 Promises to the perfect 29 Instances of Persons ealled perfeet 30 Hypocrisy forbidden 31 Marks of hypocrites ...
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Hypocrites hurtful to men 34 The heart The heart of the right eous is toward God The whole heart signifies sincerity in du ties 35 A pure heart 36 Per...
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Upright heart 38 Single heart 39 Clean heart 40 Broken eontrite heart 41 Duties respecting the heart 42 God taketh notice of the heart
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God influenceth the hearts of the righteous 44 Gods judgments on the heart of the wieked
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instanees thereof 46 An evil heart described Seet 47 The heart of the wieked variously eharaeterised as wieked uneir eumeised e e 48 Keeping a good...
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Natural eonseienee instanees of the foree thereof 51 A weak conscience not to be wound ed 52 Of an evil conscience 53 Serving God commanded 5...
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Prayers for them 58 Not serving God Threats
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Obedience to God commanded 60 Universal obedience required 6l Obedienee required with a high es teem of Gods law 62 With resolution of heart ...
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prayed for 65 Ability from God acknowledged 66 Instances of obedienee
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Promises to the obedient
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Threats against the disobedient 69 Obedience to Christ eommanded
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Promises to them that obey Christ 71 Promises to them that overcome temp tations in obeying Christ 72 Disobedience to Christ Threats 73 Works Go...
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Good works commanded
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Promises to the performance of good works 77 Examples of good works 78 Omission of good works Threats 79 Doing good Shunning evil and do i...
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Doing evil the character of the wick ed 83 Threats against evildoers 84 Darkness and the works thereof 85 Threats against them 86 The righteous wal...
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righteous are alive from the dead 88 Works of the devil children of the devil 89 The righteous have no fellow ship with the ehildren of the devil 90 ...
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Lusts of the flesh forbidden to Christians 92 Lusting after women 93 Lusting after meats and drinks 94 The evil of lusts 95 Corruption of sin prevaili...
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Uncleanness of sin 101 Confession of uncleanness 102 Promises against uncleanness 103 Directions against it 104 Tun iis against it 105 Pollution 10...
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Directions 108 Promises 109 Threats 110 Vilenoss of sin 111 Confession of vileness 112 Abominableness of sin 113 The Just Promises to and prayer...
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They are hurtful in the earth 116 The general character of a good mans walk and life 117 Promises to the good
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Evil men 119 Perverseness eharged upon sin ners 120 Threats against the perverse 121 Threats against the froward 122 The righteous not froward
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Stubbornness the stiffneeked in their own ways e 124 The wicked are revolters 125 Rebellion against God forbidden Threats
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Enemies adversaries of the Lord 127 Deliverance from enmity against God 128 The wieked Gods threatenings against them
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Threats against the wieked of evils as the eonsequenees of wiekedness
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Seet under the providential government of God
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Iniquity forbidden
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Idolatry forbidden 137 Threatenings against idolaters
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Gods judgments upon particular transgressors of this eommand 140 Covenants and intermarriages with the inhabitants of Canaan forbid den to the Je...
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Strange gods to be put away 143 Transgressors of this eommandment and entieers thereto to be put to death 144 Threatenings against strange gods 1...
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Enquiring eoneerning future events of those who by nature are no gods forbidden Second Commandment 147 Images the use of them forbid den 14...
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Images no representation of God 150 They were commanded to be bro ken 151 Were broken 152 Instances of images used by apos tates as outward ...
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Promises warnings and exhorta tions against idolatry 156 Gods judgments upon idolaters
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Upon magicians 158 Inehanters 159 Soothsayers 160 Observers of times 161 Witches 162 Wizardsworshipping angels
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Threatenings against them 166 Familiar spirits threats against those that consult them Third Commandment 167 Profaning the name of God 168 Swe...
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mentGod only is to be sworn by 247 175 The nature and duty of an oath 176 Such oaths to be carefully kept 177 Things to be sworn to are truth an...
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To give the land of Canaan 186 To fulfil his covenant To continue the seed of David 187 To the perpetuity of Christs priest hood 188 To fulfil his th...
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its punishment 198 Persons unjustly accused of blasphe my 199 Of vows they are religiously to be fulfilled 200 Vows to do duty 201 Sinful vows Fo...
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The Sabbath a day of rest from ser vile work 204 Duties of the Sabbath worshipping God reading hearing his word e 205 Works of charity and merc...
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The care of Gods people to sanctify the Sabbath and to prevent the profaning of it by others 208 Threatenings against Sabbathbreak ers 209 Sabbath ...
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CHAP XVI
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Prayers and thanks to God for Chris tian love as being his gift 4 The influence and effects of love upon Christians e 5 Charity with other graces enjoi...
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Approved examples of charity 7 Hatred threatenings against it 8 Duty of the righteous toward those that hate them 9 Prayers and eomplaints to God a...
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Envy forbidden to the righteous 12 The wicked their envy hurtful to themselves 13 Envy a mark of an unconverted state
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lfi Anger forbidden 17 Instances of the anger of the righ teous against sin 18 Sinful anger instances thereof 19 Wrath
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Contention forbidden 21 Promises against contention 22 The righteous contend only against sin 23 Peaee eommanded with promises to it 24 Motive...
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Peaee prayed for 26 Peace the gift of God promises and instances thereof 27 Peace with God the reward of the righteous
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Peace promised to the church of God 29 Unity 30 Honouring one another 31 Despising others
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Strife forbidden to the godly 33 Fightings quarrels 34 Divisions forbidden 35 Offenees forbidden
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Threats against offenders 37 Doing good to others 38 Doing evil
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Doing wrong 40 Doing mischief the character of the wicked 41 Of being harmless 42 Blameless 43 Promises to the mereiful
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Unmerciful Threats 45 Compassion and pity 46 Cruelty of the wieked
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Forgiveness 48 Revenge 49 Duty of giving and reeeiving good eounsel
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Rejecting evil counsel the duty and safety thereof 51 Mutual obligation to giving and re eeiving instruetion 52 Of refusing instruction 53 To edify on...
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To rebuke one another and to hearken to rebuke 58 Of not giving and receiving rebuke 59 To reprove one another 60 Of not hearkening to reproof ...
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To show kindness eommanded 63 To give comfort 64 Friendship and faithfulness therein 65 Unfaithfulness in friendship
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Bearing with one anothers weak nesses
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Of enticing others and being enticed to sin 69 Of gratitude or returns of friend ship 70 Ingratitude
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Drunkenness the evils thereof 4 Of making others drunk
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Labour commanded and promises to the laborious
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The study and pursuit of wisdom re commended 9 The excellency of wisdom above all other endowments 10 Wisdom is profitable pleasant and hon...
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Wisdom is the gift of God 12 Wisdom prayed for 13 Wisdom and religion the same
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A fools vain pretences to wisdom 15 He reeeiveth not instruetion 16 He discovereth his folly 17 His conduct towards his parents
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A fool is mischievous 19 He is wrathful 20 Contentious 21 A fools words 22 His folly is his pleasure 23 Treatment for fools 24 Folly and wickedness...
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Patience toward God
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Patience toward men 27 Contentment 28 Discontent murmuring 29 Grudging 30 Meekness the exercise of it required 278
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flow produeed 32 Examples of meekness
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Promises to the humble 37 Promises to humbled sinners 38 Examples of humility 39 The elect are humble 40 Humbled saints their expressions
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Pride against God 42 Pride against men
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Spiritual pridesuch seem to be righteous 44 They are proud of their supposed wisdom and knowledge 45 The proud seek honour from men 46 Thre...
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Loftiness 49 Haughtiness 50 Exalting ones self 51 Lifting up ones self 52 Magnifying ones self 53 Glorying
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Boasting 55 Scorning 56 Threats against kings and nations for their pride e 57 Of marriage
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Divorce by the law of Moses 59 Divorce was disapproved 60 is expressly forbidden in the New Testament 61 Of marriage with unbelievers 62 The J...
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Duties towards children To provide for their support 67 To defend them 68 To pray for them
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To instruet them 2ot 70 Particular heads of instruction 71 Instances of parents careful to instruct their children 72 Correeting ehildren 73 Parents care...
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7fi Children promised 77 A desire of children natural to man Seet 78 Gods care of mothers 79 Gods care of ehildren
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Grief of parents at parting with their ehildren 81 Godly parents blessed in the happi ness of their children 82 The wicked punished in the cala mities o...
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Other evils upon the children of the wicked 87 Erroneous principles in religion have destroyed the natural affec tion of parents 88 Calamities upon w...
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Undutiful ehildren eursed 95 Duties of masters towards servants 96 Duties of servants
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Duties of the civil magistrate to ad minister justiee impartially
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Qualifieations of the magistrate 99 The magistrates concern with re ligion
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perverting of judgment respect of persons e 103 Perverting of judgment through eovetousness taking gifts e
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Through drunkenness 105 The misery of being governed by weak or wicked rulers 106 Wicked rulers set over people as a punishment for sin 107 ...
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Duties toward governors Praying for them 111 Honour and respect to be shown to magistrates 112 Obedience to magistrates 113 Rebellion against m...
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Disobedience to magistrates a duty when they command things con trary to Gods law 115 Ministers of Christ their duties The eommission given to th...
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Power committed to them 117 Exeommunieation
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None may intrude into the ministe rial office 119 Teaching truth the duty of minis ters 299
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The good effects of preaching 121 A good ministry promised 122 A faithful ministry Promises to and prayers for them 123 They are holy and unbla...
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Their humility selfdenial and eondeseension in their offiee
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They seek not applause from men They flatter not e 126 They seek not riches neither are eovetous 127 Their duty and encouragement to speak boldl...
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The sufferings of the apostles Sle for religion
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Their temperance 131 They pray for the people
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The supports of Christians in gene ral and of the Lords ministers in particular under sufferings for religion
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Wicked ministers their sin and punishment 134 Their eovetousness
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Their intemperance 136 Their slothfulness 137 Of false prophets and false teach ers They deceive the people
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Duties toward the ministry To reeeive their instruetions Seet 139 To esteem and love them 140 To pray for them
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Threats
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Not supporting them Sixth Commandment 144 Of murder 145 Cases wherein killing of a man was not to be punished with death 146 Threatenings a...
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Seventh Commandment 149 Of adultery and fornication 150 Threatenings or the evil eonse quenees of adultery and forniea tion
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Examples exhortations promises e against adultery and forniea tion
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The law thereof
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Oppression forbidden and duties towards the oppressed 159 Restitution to the injured to be made 160 Oppressors threatened 161 Prayers for the oppr...
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Promises to the oppressed 163 Duties of the rich toward the poor Hospitality 164 Lending without usury 165 Giving ahns
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Alms to be done in secret 167 To be given to the poor of every denomination 168 To poor Christians espeeially
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Page 134 - Of which salvation the prophets have inquired and searched diligently, who prophesied of the grace that should come unto you: searching what, or what manner of time the Spirit of Christ which was in them did signify, when it testified beforehand the sufferings of Christ, and the glory that should follow.
Page 341 - For it is impossible for those who were once enlightened, and have tasted of the heavenly gift, and were made partakers of the Holy Ghost, And have tasted the good Word of God, and the powers of the world to come, If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put him to an open shame.
Page 90 - If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food, and one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled ; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit?
Page 338 - But if the wicked will turn from all his sins that he hath committed, and keep all my statutes, and do that which is lawful and right, he shall surely live, he shall not die.
Page 81 - Isaac, (for the children being not yet born, neither having done any good or evil, that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of him that calleth,) it was said unto her, The elder shall serve the younger. As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated.
Page 262 - Notwithstanding, lest we should offend them, go thou to the sea, and cast an hook, and take up the fish that first cometh up; and when thou hast opened his mouth, thou shalt find a piece of money ; that take, and give unto them for me and thee.
Page 305 - And now, behold, I go bound in the spirit unto Jerusalem, not knowing the things that shall befall me there : save that the Holy Ghost witnesseth in every city, saying that bonds and afflictions abide me. But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry, which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God.
Page 271 - But and if that evil servant shall say in his heart, My lord delayeth his coming; and shall begin to smite his fellowservants, and to eat and drink with the drunken ; the lord of that servant shall come in a day when he looketh not for him, and in an hour that he is not aware of, and shall cut him asunder, and appoint him his portion with the hypocrites: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
Page 139 - I have received of the LORD that which also I delivered unto you, That the Lord JESUS, the same night in which he was betrayed, took bread ; and when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat ; this is my body, which is broken for you : this do in remembrance of me.
Page 72 - My substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the earth.

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