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CONTENTS

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THE THIRD VOLUME.

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Chap. I. Man's being, to be employed in working: that working is

directed unto some good, which is God: that good a free and

voluntary reward, which we here enjoy, only in the right of a

promise: the seal of which promise is a sacrament

Chap. II. Sacraments are earnests and shadows of our expected

glory made unto the senses

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Chap. III. Inferences of practice from the former observations 10

Chap. IV. Whence sacraments derive their value and being, namely,

from the author that instituted them

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Chap. V. Ioferences of practice from the Author of this sacrament. 15

Chap. VI. Of the circunstances of the institution, namely, the time

and place

Chap. VII. Of the matter of the Lord's Supper, bread and wine,

with their analogy unto Christ

Chap. VIII. Practical inferences from the materials of the Lord's

Supper

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Chap. IX. Of the analogy and proportion between the holy actions

used by Christ in this Sacrament, and Christ himself who is

the substance of it

Chap. X. Of the fourth action, with the reasons why the Sacrament

is to be eat.. and drunken

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Chap. XI. Of other reasons, why the Sacrament is eaten and drunken,

and of the manner of our union and incorporation into Christ

Chap. XII. Inferences of practice from the consideration of the

former actions

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Chap. XIII. Of the two first ends or effects of the Sacrament,

namely, the exhibition of Christ to the Church, and the union

of the Church to Christ. Of the real presence .

Chap. XIV. Of three other ends of this Holy Sacrament, the fel-

lowship or union of the faithful, the obsignation of the Cove-

nant of Grace, and the abrogation of the Passover

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