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the fountain of unity, ib. ; given not
only to the learned, but to the sim-
ple and unlearned, 398; was before
in the godly, but more fully given
after the ascension of Christ, 399 ;
sending of, proof of our Saviour's
ascension, 407; granted to prayer,

420; the author of obedience, 493.
Spiritual things, represented by out-

ward and visible tokens, 390; the
gifts of the Spirit thus signified, ib.
390; also by outward tokens in the
supper are represented the body and

blood of Christ, ib.
Supper of the Lord, institution of, 79;

qualifications for approaching, 202
-6; the faithful receiveth in his
soul through faith the body and
blood of Christ, 207 ; Christians
strengthened by it to eternal life, 211;
meaning and importance of the out-
ward signs, 330, 1, 340; when we
eat Christ's flesh and drink his blood,
212,331 ; the faithful Christian must
lift up his soul from the outward
elements to Christ, who feedeth the
soul to eternal life, 351 ; grace worked
in the hearts of the true believers,
which in faith at the supper receive
the true body and blood of the Lord,
352; breaking of bread in the sup-
per, the token of the new covenant
confirmed by Christ on the cross,
418; instituted by Christ, that by
outward signs he might make his
church mindful of his death, ib.; to
gather together and unite the church
into one communion and fellowship
in Christ, ib. ; bread and wine are
signs, not bare signs, but seals of his
covenant, to declare that all blood
for sin is only in Jesus Christ, 419;
abused by the Papists in offering it
up as a sacrifice for the redemption
of the souls of the church, 426, 451;
explanation of our Saviour's words
in the institution of, 429–31 ; un-
worthiness in receiving, explained,
432; in what sense persons said to
receive to their own damnation, ib. ;

those who privately receive the sacra-
ment to merit themselves or other; who
make it a sacrifice for the redemption
of sin, ib.; who are they that receive it
worthily, viz. those who receive it as a
most worthy sacrament or sign repre-
senting all that Christ did or pur-
chased for us by his death, 433; they
offend which honour the bread with
divine honour, spoiling Christ of the
victory achieved by the once offering
of himself for all, ib. ; Christ did
not eat up all himself, but they re.
quire us to believe, that the priest re-
ceives it for us, and in our names, ib. ;
worthy receiving explained, ib. ; for
what cause and to what end Christ
instituted this sacrament, 436; the
fruit which the supper of the Lord
bringeth to us, 437–9; in what
sense the body and blood of Christ
are given to us in the Lord's sup-
per, 440; the sacrament of the Lord
ought not to be separated from his
substance and verity, 439, 440 ; we
are stirred up by it to consider the
benefits we receive of our Lord Jesus
Christ, 442; we are more vehemently
stirred up to holiness of life, ib.; the
right use thereof, 443; how we ought
to approach the Lord's table, 446,
7; plea of unworthiness considered,
448, 9; in what sense the fathers
spoke of the Lord's supper as a sa-
crifice, 451 ; Romish opinion of the
Lord's supper as an actual sacrifice
for sin opposed to the sufficiency of
the sacrifice of Christ, 453; refusal
of the cup in the Lord's supper by
the Romanists opposed to the insti.
tution of Christ, 459, 60; the fruit
of Christ's death communicated to us
in the Lord's supper, not on account
of the merit of the work, but for the
promises that are made to us therein,
461; substance of our belief, that
when we do, according to the institu-
tion of the Lord, receive the sacrament
with faith, we are undoubtedly made
partakers of the substance of the body

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and blood of Christ, after a spiritual | Thief, penitent, considerations from the
manner, 465, 6; in the mass, we are history of, 301, 2.
required to believe that the priests' | Tongues, fiery, meaning of, 389.
receiving of the bread and wine is the Transubstantiation, doctrine of, consi.
application of Christ's merits to us, dered, 453, 4; doctrine of the Council
530; that they can relieve souls in

purgatory, ib.; that being present at Truth, the danger of withstanding the,
this their sacrifice, as they call it, will 501.
give us speed in all our affairs, ib.; that
their masses purchase the assistance

and favour of God, ib. ; these asser-

Unbelief, the origin of all vices, 240.
tions cannot stand with the com-

Unity and brotherly love in the church,
munion of Christ's body and blood,
ib.; the private receiving of the bread

prayer for, 385.
and wine can by no means stand with
the institution of Christ, 531 ; the
mass is so far from the institution of

Veil in the Temple, rending of, what
Christ, that it seemeth not to be any

signified by, 75.
part of the commemoration of Christ's

Veni Creator, hymn, an account of, 471.
passion, but a mere invention of
man, ib. ; this sacrament so neces-

sary a food to the soul, that without
it no Christian can tarry in Christ, War of a christian man, the two Fea-
or have Christ tarrying in him, ib.; pons necessary in, prayer and know.
belief and trust in Christ confirmed ledge, 497; the use of prayer, 498;
by the use of these visible signs, of knowledge, ib.; our weapons must
532 ; Christ gave them to help our be fetched out of the storehouse of
weakness, 532.

God's word, 499.
Water and blood from Christ's side,

what signified by, 75.

Wicked, God withholdeth his grace

from, 255.
Τέλειος, τελειόω, and τελείωσις, used Winchester, Gardiner, Bishop of, his

by the fathers to express the religious book on the Sacrament noticed, 429.
condition of the more advanced Chris- Wisdom, worldly, foolishness before
tian, 203 n.; illustrated from Clemens

God, 500.
Alexandrinus, ib.; the term tò té- Wisdom of God, source of all good
delov applied to the Eucharist, and things, 501 ; to be obtained by
in what sense, ib.; applied to the
illustration of the language used by Word of God, we must come with rever-
Coverdale (205, 206), with regard to ence to, 499.
the peculiar consolations which the World, corruption of, 492.
faithful derive from the Lord's supper,

Tertullian referred to, 21 n., 55n.
Testament, old, not to be refused, 71; Zuinglius, his opinions on the Lord's
declared by the ib.

supper, 463_6.

prayer, ib.



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