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Natural ability 350, 403, 557
Law 342, 369, 612
Nature of sin 148-151
Of regeneration 552
Of repentance 562
Of faith 182
Of infidelity 195
Of true prayer 520
Necessity of atonement 22

Of using means 405
Of regeneration 553

Persecution before millenium 421
Perseverence 495-505
Peter's rank 507
Pity to the poor 512
Plausibility of errorists 456
Polity of the church 91-97
Polygamy 399
Popery 506-9
Popularity of Christ 70
Popular opposition to Christ 71
Population of millenium 414
Poverty 510-516

And piety 513
Praise to God 286
Prayer 517-525
Prayerfulness of Christ 68
Pre-eminence of Christ 75
Of saints 596
Prejudice 528, 609
Preservation 252
Prevalence of prayer 522
Pride 526-8

Will fall 527, 445
Probation 534, 352
Procrastination 351
Profession of religion 100-1
Profitable preaching 269
Promises to faith of miracles 189
To serving God 275
To loving God 279
To fearing God 282
To trusting God 284
To liberality 378--9
To using means 406
To parental faithfulness 469
To prayer 521
To sabbath keeping 586
Prophecy fulfilled 48
Prosperity 573

Parental duties 466-9

Neglect 470
Partiality 528, 609.
Patience 473
Peace 471-483

Of the millenium 412
Penalty of God's law 298
Of civil codes 305-6
Perfection 487-494
Required 294

Of the wicked 542
Providence, 529-531
Public worship 273-4
Punishment future 532-550
Reasons for 547
Capital 305-6

Of future knowledge 366 Purposes of God 236-246
Of saints 488-493
Persecution 444-5

Neutrality moral 150
Non-Resistance 471-483
Number of saints 592-3.

Obedience of Christ 62 74
To God essential 295
Expedient 296
To parents 54
To husbands 398

Objections -Objectors 264-5
Obstinacy in sin 156, 169
Offences avoided 442
Officers of the church 92
Offices of Christ 83

Of the Holy Spirit 326
Omnipotence 214
Omnipresence 216
Omniscience 215

Opposition to grace 245
Oppression 512, 610
Order domestic 398
Ordinances of gospel 98—9
Ornaments 575

Ostentation 526-7

Of Christ 71

Qualifications of rulers 303
Of ministers 436

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Self-knowledge 365
Self-righteousness 526-7
Separation final 539
Service of God 270-5
Sin 147-171
Sins and vices 175, 198, 341, 367,
390, 615
Sincerity 317
Slander 390-2, 624
Slavery 598-614
Sleep-Sloth 175-6
Soul immortal 600

Sleeps not 139
Sources of misery 549
Sovereignty of God 231
Spurious love 280
Faith 183
Repentance 567
Stars, use of 132
Stealing 615
Strangers 324
Stupidity 165
Submission 335-8

To God 266, 335-8
To husbands 398
Support in affliction 8
Suretyship 177

Success of the ministry, 447-8
Of the gospel 465
Swearing 617, 618
Sympathy required 9, 614
Tattling 623-4

Teachers religious 432-459
Ten perance 619
Temptations 620-622
Terms of salvation 34, 101, 184,
295, 337, 382, 495
Threatenings to unbelief 193

To idolatry 276
To ungodliness 291
To disobedience 297
To government haters

307

To intemperance 343
To lewdness 371
To covetousness 389
To lying 392

To false teachers 458
To sabbath-breakers587

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Threat'nings to oppressors610 613 Vanity of life 137

To thieves 616

Title to heaven 295
Titles of Christ 76
Tongue 624-7
Total depravity 160-1
Trials 1-9, 181

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Of the world 574
Vessels of wrath 246

Vices 175, 198, 341, 367, 390,615
Vindicative justice 233-4

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NOTICE.

A few copies of this work will be forwarded to Editors, who are invited to make free remarks upon it, since critical remarks upon its defects and imperfections may be of consequence to me, should another edition ever be called for. After subscribers shall be supplied, or about the middle of May, non-subscribers will be able to obtain this work of my distributing agents, or of the book-sellers whose names are inserted on the title page, price, one dollar. Book-sellers will be able to obtain this work through Crocker & Brewster, M. W. Dodd, or Isaac Wilcox on the same terms as if they applied to me. CHARLES SIMMONS.

North Wrentham, Mass. April, 1844.

SCRIPTURE MANUAL.

Afflictions.

1. Are afflictions common to mankind?

Job 5. 7. Man is born unto trouble, as the sparks fly upward.

Job 7. 17. What is man, that thou shouldest magnify him? and that thou shouldest set thine heart upon him? And that thou shouldest visit him every morning, and try him every moment?

Job 14. 1. Man that is born of a woman is of few days, and full of trouble.

2. Who sends afflictions?

Dt. 32. 39. I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal: neither is there any that can deliver out of my hand.

1 S. 2. 6. The Lord killeth, and maketh alive: he bringeth down to the grave, and bringeth up. The Lord maketh poor, and maketh rich: he bringeth low, and lifteth up. Job 5. 6. Affliction cometh not forth of the dust, neither doth trouble spring out of the ground. 17. Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole.

Ps. 39. 9. I was dumb, I opened not my mouth, because thou didst it. Remove thy stroke away from me; I am consumed by the blow of thy hand.

Ps. 66. 11. Thou broughtest us into the net; thou laidest affliction upon our loins.

Ps. 102. 10. Thou hast lifted me up, and cast me down. 23. He weakened my strength in the way; he shortened my days.

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