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110 Duties toward governors, 130 Their temperance. Page 413

praying for them. Page 398131 They pray for the people.
111 Honour and respect to be!

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shewn to magistrates in Instances of their prayers
words and actions.

for the people.

112 Obedience to magistrates. 132 The support of Christians in

113 Rebellion against magistrates, general, and of the Lord's

the sin and punishment ministers in particular, un-

thereof.

Page 399 der suđerings for religion.

114 Disobedience to magistrates

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a duty, when they abuse 133 Wicked ministers, their sin

their power, by coinınand-| and punishment. Page 416

ing things contrary to God's: 134 Their covetouisness. Pa. 417

law, instances thereof. |135 Their intemperance.

115 Ministers of Christ their du 136 Their slothfuiness. Page 418

ties, the commission given 137 They deceive the people with

to the apostles. Page 400 flatteries and false doctrine.

116 Power committed to the a-

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posties of excommunication.|| 138 Duties toward the ministry,

117 Persons unjustly excommun-|| to receive their instructions.

icated.
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118 None may intrudc into the 139 To esteem and love them.
ministerial office.

140 To pray for them.

119 Teaching truth the duty of|| 141 To support them. Page 422

ministers, Page 40311142 Sins against them, despising

120 The good effects of preaching them, not hearkening to

121 Good ministers promised. I their instructions. Page 423

Page 407143 Not supporting them.

122 Faithful ministers, promises

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to them, and prayers foril

them.

Sixth Commandment.

123 They are holy and un-

blameable in life and con-| 144 Murder forbidden. Page 424

versation. Page 408||145 Cases wherein killing of a
124 - Their humanity, self man was not to be punished
denial, and condescension. with death.

Page 410||146 Threatening against murder-

125 They seek not applause from e rs.

men.

||147 Instances of the punishment

126 They seek not riches, they

ek not riches, they of murder.

are not covetous.

|| 148 Striking, wounding, maiming

127 They speak boldly the truths how to be punished. P. 425

c religion without fear.

Page 411 Seventh Commandment.

!23 Instances of becoming bold-

ness in reproving sinners,|| 149 Of adultery and fornication.

and declaring the truths of 150 Threatenings, or the evil

religion.

consequences of adultery

129 The sufferings of the apos- and fornication Page 126

tles, &c. for religion. P.4121151 Examples, exloriations,
promises, &c. against alul-|| 175. Lying abhorred by God and
tery and fornication.

good men.

$176 Satan and his children are
Eighth Commandment.

liars.

|177 Threats and prayers against
152 Precepts concerning pro liars.

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perty, and the use of riches 178 The words of the wicked in-
in society.

jurious and offensive.
153 Thest, threat against it.

Page 442
Page 430 179 Words of the wicked against

154 Robbery forbidden.

God.

155 Fraud and cheating. 180 Evil speaking.

156 Lands, the liv thereof. 1181 Talkativeness, rashness with

Page 4311! the tongue. Page 443

157 Things found, lent, or en-182 Flattery.

trusted, the law thereof. 183 Tale-bearing, Page 444

158 Oppression forbidden, and du-'184 Whispering.

ties towards the oppressed.185 Back-biting.

159 Restitution to ilie injured to 186 Slandering.

be inade.

187 Reproach, prayers and com-

160 Oppressors threatened. I plaints against it. Page 445

Page 432 188 Reproach, God will bring it

161 Prayers for the oppressed

upon the wickeci.

162 Promises to the oppressed. 189 Reproach, promises against

Page 4331 it.

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163 Duties of the rich toward the 190 Reviling practised by the

poor, hospitality.

wicked and endured by the

164 Lending without usury.

godly.

165 Giving alms. Page 434 191 Railing, instances thereof.

166 Alms in secret.

192 Evil communications.

167 Alms to be given to the poor

Pago 447

193 Unprofitable disputes about

163 Aus to poor Christians.

religion.

169 Promises to the poor. 194 Corsing forbidden and aroid-

Page 436, ed by the righteous.

170 Of being uncharitable to the 195 Cursing practised by the

pool.

wicked.

171 The siringer, widow and fa- 196 The righteous, their care of

thericss, duties toward them their words. Page 443

and threatenings agailist 197 The righteous praise God

those that oppress them.

with their mouths.

i'one 437,198 The words of the righteous

112 Promises to the strangers toward men. :'ugi 4.49
the fatherless, and widow.

Tenth Commandment.
Ninth Commandment.

$199 Of Coretousness.

173 Of witness-bearing. Page 439 200 Threats against coretous per-

174 Lying suriidden, irti con- sons, instances thereof pun-

Miudicicki.

nisked

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201 An insatiable desire of richies.'! CHAP. XVIII.

202 Threats against unjust mea- Srct.

sures of acquiring riches. lii Repentance the first doctrine

203 Riches are not a lasting pos- preached at the publishing of

session.

the gospel. Page 461

204 Riches cannot be carried 2 The duty of repentance en-

lence to the other world. I forced by threatenings.

205 Possessing riches but not us-' 3 Repentance enforced by prc-

ing them, the vanity thereof.! mises.

Page 452 4 Returning to God, promises

206 Riches are attended with care thereto.

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and trouble.

1 5 Remarkable instances of peri-

207 Riches recommend no man itent returning sinners ob-

to the favour of God.

taining mercy. Page 463

203 The advantages which one 6 Turning to God enjoined by

man hath over another byll commands, enforced by

means of his riches.Page 453|| threatenings against those

209 Trusting in riches and abu-il who turn not from sin.

sing them, the sin of the wick-

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ed, and avoided by the godly.ll 7 The cause and means of rc-

210 Riches take the heart and pentance and conversion,

thoughts off from God and re-'|

Page 465

lizion.

Page 454 8 Jesus Christ giveth repentance.

211 The wicked rich man, his! 9 God's law, a mean of convert-

portion.

Page 455, ing sinners.

212 The use of riches in the hand 10 The ministry a mean of con-

of a wise and good man toward verting sinners.

himself.

11 Repentance promised.

213 God muketh rich. Pare 456|| 12 Necessaries to repentance.

214 Riches promised to the righ- Self examination. Puge 466

tcous.

13 --Consideration.

215 Instances of good men that 14 Inconsideration of the wicked.

were rich.

115 The case of those who with.

216 Instances of riches not re-l stand the means of repen.

garded by good men.

tance,

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217 Those things that are neces- 16 Sorrow for sin.

sary to the support of life 17 Mourning for sin. Page 468

promised to the righteous.— 18 Reproofs and threats for not

Foor promised. Page 457! nourning for sin.

218 Famine, deliverance from it 19 Heaviness for sin.

promised. Page 45920 Grief for sin.

219 Not earthly but spiritual rich | 21 Not grieving for sin.

es, or the interests of the soul 22 Weeping for sin. Page 469

the chief objects of a wise 23 Tears for sin.,

man's desires and pursuits. |24. The heart affected for having

Page 46011 sinned.

220 Raiment promised.

25 A broken, contrite heart.

221 Supports of lile miraculously

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supplied. Page 461|26 Shame the portion of sinners.

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27 Shame enjoined as a mark of|| 5 Uses to be made of the doc.

penitents.

tripe of a future judgment,

28 Avoiding sin, is avoiding ' and its consequences for en-

shame.

couraging stedfasthues and

29 Reproofs for not being asham-| perseverance. Page 482
ed of sin.

6 The dissolution of the heavens
30 Abhorring and loathing one's and the earth. Page 483
self for sin.

7 The happiness of the righte-

31 & 32 Confession and acknow- ous in heaven is inconceive-

ledgment of sin, promises toit. ably great.

33 Exhortations to confession. | 8 Christians are heirs, thev

34 Instances of confessing peni- have an inheritance, a king-

tents obtaining mercy.

dom, &c. - Page 484

35 Confessions made in scripture 9 The righteous have rest.

expressions. Page 47110 The righteous enjoy mansions,

36 Amendment. Page 4721 a new heaven, an heavenly

37 Fruitfulness in religion.

temple, light, &c.

Page 47311 They are present with Christ.

CHAP. XIX.

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Sect.

12 Christians are in a state of
i Of death and the shortness of
human life.

13 They are free from pain and
2 The term and boundary of hu-l sorrow.
man life.

Page 474 14 Eternal life is from God.

3 The term of life is in God's! 15 Life is promised. Page 486

hand.

16 To rişhteousvess.

4 Death prevailing over all man-17 To the spiritually-minded.

kind of every character, rank,18 To seeking God.

and station. Page 47519 To godliness.
5 Preparative duties for death. 20 To fearing God.
6 No preparative duties are to be 21 To loving Cod.

performed after death. 22 To mortification, dying unto

7 The death of the righteous

sin.

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happy.

Page 476|23 To suffering for Christ's sake.

8 The death of the wicked. 1124 To perseverance.

Page 477 || 25 To those that overcome.
9 The dead leave all their pos-26 To repentance.

sessions behind them. 27 To the wise.-Future punish-

10 Of the resurrection of the dead. ments.--Sinners that shall

Page 478 not enter into the kingdom of

CHAP. XX.

heaven.

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Sect.

1128 The greatest punishments and
1 Of a future judgment, and|| sufferings in this life, set
its consequences.

forth in the language expres-

2 God is judge. Page 480 sive of future punishments.

3 The persons and things that ||

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sliall be judged.

29 The punishment of the wick-

4 Of the time when the day of ed in a future state. Page 4.90

judgnient shall be. Page 481||

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I THAT there is a God, asserted, and proved by his works. Exod.

ii. 14. The Lord said to Moses, I am that I AM.

Ps. ix. 16. The Lord is known by the judgments he executeth.

xix. 1. The heavens declare the glory of God, and the earth sheweth his handy-work.

Ver. 2. Day untó day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. Job xü. 7, 8, 9..

lviii. 11. Verily he is a God that judgeth in the earth. c. 3. The Lord he is God, he made us. 2 Cor. i. 21. He that anointed us is God. Heb. iii. 4. He that built all things is God. Rom. i. 20, II. God is perfect. Matt. v. 48. Your Father in heaven is perfect. 1 John i. 5. God is light and in him is no darkness at all.

III. God is one. Deut. vi. 4. Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one Lord.

i Cor. viii. 4. There is none other God, but one. Mark xii. 29. Ver. 6. To us there is but one God. Gal. iii. 20. God is one. Eph. iv. 6. One God and Father of all. Matt. xxiii. 9. John viii. 41. 1 Tim. ii. 5. There is one God and one Mediator. Jam. ii. 19. Thou believest there is one God, thou doest well.

IV. He is God and Lord, alone. 2 Kings xix. 15. Thou art God alone. Ps. lxxxvi. 10. Isa. xxxyii. 16, 20.

Neh. is. 6. Thou art Lord alone. Ps. xxxiii. 18. Whose name alone is Jehovah.

V. None else. Deut. iv. 35. The Lord he is God, there is none else. Isa. xiv. 5, 6, 14, 18, 22.-xlvi. 9.

VI. None besides him. 2 Sam. vii. 22. Neither is there any God besides thee.

xxii. 32. Who is God save the Lord ? 2 Kings v. 15.

Isa. xliv. 6, 8. Beside me there is no God, I know not any. Ch. xlv. 5, 14, 21.

Hos. xiii. 4. Thou shalt know no God but me. Exod. xx. 3.
VII. None with him. Deut. xxxii. 39. I am God, there is no God

with me.

VIII. None before him. Isa xliii. 10. Before me there was no God formed.

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