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ā. cat. 88.
con. 17. 3. God is just and terrible justified, are perfealy freed in this in his judgments, cog. 2. I. life from the revenging wrath of The lait judgment, What, con. 33. God, that they never fall into cot. I Appointed for angels and men, demnation, con 17 i. cat.' 77. Con 8. 4. 23. 1. cat 88. The end 79. But corruption remaining a ol its appointment, is the manifef
them, con. 6 5 13. 2. cat. 78. tation of God's mercy and justice, They fall into many Sins, con. 17. con. 33. 2 Christ Ahall be the judge 3. cat. 78. Which God continues con 8 4.33 1. How he shall come to forgive; upon their humbling to judge the world, cat. 56. Why themselves, conflicg their fins, he would have us certainly per. begging pardon, and renewing their suaded of it, con. 33. 3. Why the faith and repentance, con. Il S. time of it is concealed, con. 33
K The judgment of the TEYS. The power of the keys, righteous, con. 33. 2. cat. 90. The judgment of the wicked, con. 33. to church-officers, ibid The civil 2. cat. 89.
magistrate may not alame this Judicial law See law,
power, con 23. 3. The justice of God, fully satisfied King, Christ the king of his church, by Christ's obedience and death, 'con. 30. 1. How he executeth the con. 8. 5.11. 3. cat. 38.71. It is office of a king, cat. 45. What manitelted in the works of provi- meant by the coming of his kingdence, con. s. s. lo the justificati dom, cat 191. on of linners, con. 11 3. In the Knowledge. God's knowledge is in. lait judgment, con. 332
fioite, infallible, and independent Jullice in contracts and commerce upon the creature, con. 2. 2. 1 he between man and man,
knowledge which may be bad of 142.
God and of our duty to him by the Jollification, What, con. 11. 1 cat, light of nature, COR. 1. 1. 21. 1. 70. All the elea, and they only, cat. 1. The scriptures are only fufare justified, con 3.6. Whom God ficient to give that knowledge of did from all eternity decree to jur- God and of his will, which is ne. tify, con. 11. 4. But they are not ceffary unto salvation, ibid. justified till the Holy Spirit doth in
L due time actually apply Christ un- ABOUR is to be moderately to them, ibid. How justification is used, cat. 135. 136. of God's free grace, con. 11. 3. cat. Land Marks not be remov’d.cat.142. 71. Faith is necessarily required for Law. The ceremonial law, what, con. justification, cat. 71. But it justifies 19 3. It is abrogated now under a sinner only as it is an instrument, the New Testament, con. 19.3.20. by which he receiveth Christ and i. How the covenant of grace was his righteousness, con. 11. 1. 2. administred under the law, con. 7. cat. 73. The exact justice and rich 5.8. 6 cat 34• ' grace of God, are both glorified in the Judicial Law expired with the the justification of finners, com. 11. fate of the Jews, con. 19. 4. And 3. juftification, the fame under the obliges no further than the gene. Did Teftament as under the New, ral equity of it requires, ibid con. 11.6. It is inseparably joined The Moral Law, What, car. 93: Gi. with fanétification, cat. 77- How pen to Adam with a power to fulfil they differ, ibid. I hole that are
it, eon. 4.2. 19. 1. cat. 92. The and conscience, unlawful, col. 20. ten commandments the sum of it, . 2. cal. 105, con 19. 2. cat. 98 Tho'believers Life. Eternal life purchased by are not under it as a covenant, con. Christ's perfect obedience to the 19. 6. And are not able perfectly law, con 8 3. the tree of life was to keep it, cat 149. Yet it conti- a pledge of the covenant of works, nues to be a perfe& rule of righte. cat 20 the life of any not to be ouiness, con. 19. 2. Binding all, as taken away, except in case of pubwell justified persons as ethers, con- lic justice, lawful war, or, necef19.5. Christ, in the gospel, bav. fary defence, cat: 136 ing not abolished, but much itrength. Light of nature, What may be known ened the obligation to the obedi- of God and of our duty to him by ence of it, ibid. And although no it, con
1. I. 21. f. cat2. It man lince the fall can, by the mo- is not sufficient to make us wife un. ral law, attaio to righteousoess and to falvation, cod. I 1. 10. 4, 21, life, con. 19. 6. cat 94. Which 1. cat. 2. 60. It is of the law of Chrilt alone hath purchased for the nature that a due portion of time ele&t by bis perfect obedience, con. be set apart in the worship of God,
5. Yet it is of great use to all, con, 21. 7. con. 19. 6. cat 95. the use of Wanton Looks, finful, cat, 139. it to the regenerate, con. 19 6 Lord's prayer. See prayer. cat. 97. the use of it to the unre- Lord's fupper. The institution, nagenerate, cat. 96. Not contrary to ture and ends of it, con. 29, 1. cat. the grace of the golpel, but doth 167. Christ not offered up to his sweetly comply with it, con. 197.
Father; nor any real facrifice for the Spirit of Christ subduing and sio made in it, con. 29. 2 the mais enabling the will of man uoto a free abominably injurious to Christ's one and cheerful obedience to the will only facrifice, ibid. the outward of God, con. 19. 7. cat. 32.
elements in this facrament are not Unnecessary law-suits to be avoid. to be adored, con. 29 4. they itill ed, cat. 141, 142.
remain truly bread and wide, con. Liberty. Christian liberty, what, 29. 5 the doctrine of tranlubitancun 20. i. Wherein it is enlarged tiation is repugnant not only to the under the gospel, ibid. the end of scripture; but even Christian liberiy,con. 20.3. Li
sense, and has been and is the caule berty to fin inconsistent with it, ib. of gross idolatries, con. 24). ú. It is not intended to destroy eccle- How Chrilt bath appointed bread faltical or civil powers, but to fup. and wine to be given and received pore and preserve them, con 20. in the sacrament, con, 29. 3. cat, 4. Neither are men thereby allow- 169 It is only io be administered ed to publish opinions, or maintain by 'a minister of the word lawfully practices. that are contrary to the ordained, con.' 27. 4. cat. 16. it light of nature, or to the known is not to be received by any one aprinciples of Christianity, or fach lone, con. 29. 4. It is to be receive as are deftructive of the prace and ed in both kinds, ibid. What reorder of the church, ibid.
lation the elements in this facraLiberty of conscieoce, what it is, and
ment have to Christ crucified, con. What repugnant to it, con 20 29 Hox Christ is present there, Making ruea the lords of our fauth
CON. 29. 7. cat, 170. How believ
Hers feed on him therein. ibid, to accept the cffice of a' magiftrate,
1'he fins of the magiftrate,
Ecclefiaftical persons pot exempted
trate coo. 23. 4 The pope hach
giftrates, or their people, ibid.
the magiftrate is not to be opposed
Which is un
er, upoo pretence of chriftian li-
24. 3. And who are without the
It is the sum of our duty to degrees can never be made lawfal,
ibid. Protellants should not marry
with infidels, Papifts or other ido-
laters, con 24. 3. Nor such as are
1. For what ously wicked, ibid. A contract of
marriage may be disolved for a. ed for, cat. 180. Works of nercy
on, con. 7 5.8 6. cat 34.
maintainance thereof, a duty, cat.
ordained to that office, con. 27.
The outward and ordinary 4. 28. 2. cat. 158. By such ooly
fin, con. 13. 1. Believers draw
rection of Christ for the mortifying
of fin, cat. 167.
prayer be accepted, it is
therein it is to be used with all ho-
38 39 48 97 and hy it purchas-
con 8. 5. cai. 33. His obedience
cat 70. He hath not asolihed, but
Chrilt, incarnation, personal union to the obedience of the moral law,
the fruits and evidences of a trus
ed, con, 16 6
Hands of a magistrate, con. 23 4.
cat 127, 12€.
1. It is a part of religious Mediator His prophetical office,
Cirist to the visible church, cos.
113. But it cannot oblige tu salvation, cat. 154. How they are
made effectual, con. 25. 3. cat.