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180 Private compacts ratified by oaths. 2 How love toward mankind is pro-
tian love, as being his gift.
an oath among Christians. 11 Envy forbidden to the righteous.
280 83 Particular calamities threatened a-
wisdom and knowledge.
86 Other evils upon the children of the
74 Portions given to children.
106 Wicked rulers set over people as a
blessings of God to mankind. 287 | 107 Wicked rulers enemies to reli.
295 141 To give them support.
111 Honour and respect to be shown to
128 Instances of becoming boldness in forbidden.
reproving sinners, and declaring 156 Concerning property in lands: The
133 Wicked ministers, their sin and 161 Prayers for the oppressed.
Sect. 169 Promises to the poor.
205 Possessing riches but not using them: 170 Of being uncharitable to the poor. the vanity thereof. 171 The stranger, widow, and fatherless : 206 Riches are attended with care and
duties toward them, and threaten. trouble.
vour of God. 172 Promises to the stranger, fatherless, 208 The advantages which one man hath and widow. 322 over another by means of riches.
331 209 Trusting in riches and abusing them, Ninth Commandment.
the sin of the wicked, and avoided
by the godly. 173 Of witness-bearing. False swearing, 210 Riches take the heart and thoughts
off from God and religion.
332 174 Lying forbidden.
211 The wicked rich man, his portion. 175 Abhorred by God and good men. 212 The use of riches in the hand of a 176 Satan, and his children, are liars.
wise and good man. 177 Threatenings and prayers against 213 God maketh rich.
323 214 Riches promised to the righteous. 178 The words of the wicked injurious. 215 Instances of good men that were
rich. 179 Words of the wicked against God. 216 Riches not regarded by good men. 180 Evil speaking.
217 Things necessary to the support of 181 Talkativeness; rashness with the life promised to the righteous,tongue.
334 182 Flattery.
218 Deliverance from famine. 335 183 Talebearing.
219 Spiritual riches, or the interests of 184 Whispering.
the soul, the chief object of a wise 185 Backbiting
man's desires and pursuits. 186 Slandering, &c.
220 Raiment promised. 187 Reproach : Prayers and complaints 221 Supports of life miraculously sup: against it. 326 plied.
336 188 God will bring it upon the wicked. 189 Promises against reproach. 190 Reviling practised by the wicked,
CHAP. XVIII. and endured by the godly. 191 Railing.
of Repentance. 192 Evil communications. 193 Unprofitable disputes about religion. 1 Repentance the first doctrine preach. 194 Cursing forbidden, and avoided by ed at publishing the gospel. the righteous.
2 The duty of repentance enforced by 195 Practised by the wicked.
threatenings. 196 The righteous; their care of their 3 Encouraged by promises. 337 words.
328 1 4 Promises to those that return to God. 197 They praise God with their mouths. 5 Remarkable instances of returning 198 The words of the righteous toward
sinners obtaining mercy. 329 6 Turning to God enjoined by com,
mands, and enforced by threaten. ings.
338 Tenth Commandment.
7 The cause and means of repentance and conversion.
339 199 Of covetousness.
8 Jesus Christ giveth repentance. 200 Threats against the covetous.-In- 9 God's law a mean of conversion.
stances of their punishment. 10 The ministry a mean of converted 201 An insatiable desire of riches.
sinners. 202 Threats against unjust acquiring of 11 Repentance promised. riches.
330) 12 Self-examination needful to repent. 203 Riches are not a lasting possession. 204 They cannot be carried hence to the 13 Consideration needful thereto, 340 other world.
14 Inconsideration of the wicked.