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Matt. xxiii. 29. 33. Woe unto you hy. | with the spirit of his mouth, and shall de. pocrites, &c. How can ye escape the stroy with the brightness of his coming. damnation of hell ?
Ver. 12. That they all might be xxv. 41-43. Christ_shall say unto damned, who believed not the truth, but them on the left hand, Depart from me, had pleasure in unrighteousness. ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared Heb. vi. 8. The end of the unfruitful for the devil and his angels : for I was an is to be burned. Matt. iii. 10.-vii. 19. hungered, and ye gave me no meat; I X. 27. Fiery indignation shall devour was thirsty and ye gave me no drink; I the adversaries. was a stranger, and ye took me not in; Ver. 28, 29. He that despised Moses' naked, and ye clothed me not; sick and law died without mercy. Of how much in prison, and ye visited me not.—Ver. sorer punishment shall he be thought wor. 45, 46. Inasmuch as ye did it not to one thy, who hath trodden under foot the Son of the least of these, ye did it not unto me. of God, and hath counted the blood of the And these shall go away into everlasting covenant wherewith he was sanctified an punishment.
unholy thing, and hath done despite unto Mark ix. 43. If thy hand offend thee, the Spirit of grace ? cut it off; it is better for thee to enter into Ver. 30. Vengeance is mine, I will life maimed, than having two hands, to recompense, saith the Lord ?-Ver. 31. go into hell.—Ver. 45. And if thy foot It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands offend thee, cut it off; it is better for thee of the living God. Heb. xii. 29. For our to enter halt into life, than having two God is a consuming fire. feet, to be cast into hell, into the fire that 2 Pet. ii. 4. He spared not the angels never shall be quenched.-Ver. 47. 48. that sinned, but cast them down to hell; And if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out; and delivered them into chains of dark. it is better for thee to enter into the ness, to be reserved unto judgment. kingdom of God with one eye, than Ver. 9, 10. The Lord knoweth how to having two eyes, to be cast into hell. deliver the godly out of temptation, and fire; where their worm dieth not, and to reserve the unjust unto the day of judg. their fire is not quenched. Matt. v. 29.- ment to be punished. But chiefly them xviii. 8, 9.
who walk after the flesh in the lust of unLuke iii. 17. He will gather the wheat cleanness. into his garner, but the chaff he will burn iïi. 7. The heavens and the earth are with fire unquenchable.
kept in store, reserved unto fire, against xvi. 23. In hell the rich man lift up the day of judgment, and perdition of unhis eyes, being in torment.—Ver. 24. Tor- godly men. mented in this fame. Ver. 25. 28.
Jude 7. Sodom and Gomorrah are set Rom ix. 22. God endureth with much for an example, suffering the vengeance long-suffering the vessels of wrath, fitted of eternal fire. to destruction.
Rev. xiv. 9, 10. If any man shall wor. Phil. iii. 18, 19. The enemies of the ship the beast and his image, and shall cross of Christ, their end is destruction. receive his mark in his forehead, or in his
1 Thess. v. 2, 3. The day of the Lord hand, the same shall drink of the wine of so cometh, as a thief in the night. When the wrath of God, poured out without they shall say, Peace and safety; then mixture, into the cup of his indignation; sudden destruction cometh upon them, and he shall be tormented with fire as travail upon a woman with child; and and brimstone.—Ver. 11. The smoke they shall not escape. 2 Pet. iii. 10. 12. of their torment ascendeth up for ever and Rev. iii. 3.-xvi. 15.
ever, and they have no rest day nor 2 Thess. i. 7–9. The Lord Jesus shall night. be revealed from heaven with his mighty xviii. 9. They shall see the smoke of angels, in flaming fire, taking vengeance their burning. on them that know not God, and that xix. 20. The beast and the false pro. obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus phet were cast alive into the lake of fire,
Christ: who shall be punished with burning with brimstone. everlasting destruction, from the pre. XX. 10. The devil was cast into the sence of the Lord, and from the glory of lake of fire and brimstone, where the his power.
beast and the false prophet are; and ii. 8. Then shall that Wicked be shall be tormented day and night, for evealed, when the Lord shall consume I ever and ever,
Ver. 14. 15. Death and hell were cast, brimstone; which is the second death. into the lake of fire; this is the second Ch. xxii. 5. death. And whosoever was not found N. B. The reader may observe the written in the Lamb's book of life, was dreadfulness and duration of the forecast into the lake of fire.
going punishments mentioned: Also, xxi. 8. The fearful and unbelieving, against what sins they are denounced. and the abominable and murderers, and See also threats denounced against the whoremongers, and sorcerers, and adul. various sorts of sinners, under the words, terers, and all liars, shall have their part Wicked, Ungodly, Disobedient, Unbelieva in the lake that burneth with fire and / ers, &c. in this work.
Note.--In the following Index, the Numerical Letters refer to the Sections, and the
Figures to the Page.
A BHOR BED of God, who are so, Apostles, their miracles, Jvih. 115.
Their writing by the Spirit, xi. 143.
Applause of men not sought by Christ,
Ixviii. xiii. 108.
Not sought by ministers of Christ,
Arm of God, denoting his power, lxii. 42.
Ascension of Christ, xliv. 112.
Astray from God, cxlviii. 184.
Author of faith, xv. xvi. xvii. 154,
Backsliding from God, cxlvii. 184.
Baptism, i. 133.
Bearing with one another's weaknesses
Required of Christians, clxvii. 320. Being of God, how evidenced, i. 33. and
Benefits of Christ to mankind, 128 to 137.
against sin, xvii. 132.
Blameless, xlii. 263.
Blessedness of God, xxiii. 35.
To whom promised, cxliv. 65.
Spiritual, cause of joy, cvii. 171.
God's power therein, xv. 34.
Blood of Christ, its efficacy, xxxii. 136.
Threatened against sinners, cxlviii. 68. Boasting sinfully, cxx. 173. and liv. 284.
Body of Christ formed by the Holy Ghost,
Christ, iii. 122.
Boldness of Christ's servants in speaking Christ, his benefits against sin, xvii. 132.
cause of joy, xcv. 169.
cause of praise, cxri.
Cleanse, God doth cleanse his people,
Duty to cleanse ourselves, xxv. 85.
Comfort to believers, xxix. 157.
Is the gift of God, cxii. 171.
it to one another, lxiii. 268.
to Christ, cxlii. 183.
Commands of God are right, lxxxiii. 50.
are faithful, xc. 52.
Communications, evil, forbidden, cxcii.
Compassion ascribed to God, cviii. 59.
Instances thereof, cx. 59.
Ascribed to Christ, cxi. 59.
God excites it toward his people, cviii.
Conceit, being wise therein, xiv. 275.
To be made in
Confidence of the righteous in God, cxxx.
of the wicked, sinful, cxxxii.
How attained, xlix. 215.
Weak, not to be wa ded, li. 216.
Consideration, xiii. 340.
Contentious, fools are so, xx. 276.
Contrite heart, xl. 213.
Corruption of sin, xcv. 227.
Covenant of God, holy, xcvii. 53.
Covenant blessings, cxlvi. 67.
Covenants with the heathen inhabitants
of Canaan forbidden to the Jews, cxl.
Covenants with them punished, cxli. 241.
Covetousness in general, cc. 330.
In magistrates, ciii. 294.
In ministers, cxxxiv, 305.
Counsels of God, iv. 78.
Departing from God, cxl. 182.
Descent of Christ, iv. 107.
Despising Christ, xv. 408.
ministers of ist, cxlii. 312.
one another, xxxi. 260.
Destructions of the wicked, ccxlii. 204.
Devils, their sin and punishment, xxx.
They were cast out by Christ, lii.
A cause of joy to angels, cix. 171. They were overcome by Christ,
- How to be overcome by Christians,
- Works, and children of the devil,
Diligence and industry, vi. 272.
Direction from God, lvi. 95.
- Promised to believers, xxvii. 157.
Dishonouring God, ccxxxii. 202.
To Christ, Lxxii. 222.
To parents, xciii. 290.
Disputes about religion, cxciii. 328.
Diviners, clxiii. 246.
Divisions, xxxiv. 261.
Dominion of God, i. 78.
Doxologies, or glory ascribed to God
Dreadfulness of God, clviii. 67.
In magistrates, civ. 295.
In ministers, cxxxv. 309.
Toward God and Christ, i. 150, &c.
Edifying one another, liji. 266.
Efficacy of prayer in working miracles,
– In defeating enemies, cc. 192.
- Of Jews, xii. 80.
- Of Christians, xiii. 81.
Of persons to office, xiv. 82.•
Enemies to be prayed for, cxc. 191.
their prevailing occasions fasting and
prayer, clix. 185.
- Prayers against evil from them, cci.192.