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* united with grace, 524.

" to perseverance, 514.
" will triumph over tyrants, 525. " to prayer, 545.
** calls for present aid, 526.

to repentance, 607.
* relieving it encouraged, 527. to reprovers, 610.
PRAISE TO GOD, 528. " to righteousness, 630.
" with devout feelings, 529. " to sabbath keeping, 642.
PRAYER, important, 530. " to searching the Bible, 48.
" in secret, required, 531.

" to self-denial, 674.
" mental, exemplified, 532. " to sympathy with the oppressed
“ verbal and audible required, 533.

686.
" with love to God, 534.

to trust in God, 293.
* with faith in God, 535.

" to using means, 431.
“ with submission to God, 536. PROMISES ABSOLUTE:
* with humble confession, 537. " to bind Satan, 440.
" with a supreme regard for God,538. " to convert the Jews, 382.
“ with forgiveness, 539.

" to keep saints from final ruin, 515
with perseverance, 540.

to aid them under temptation, 725
* in Christ's name, 541.

“ to raise saints above angels, 672
" with godly sincerity, 542. " to the persecuted, 512.
“ with devout sympathy, 545. Prophecy confirms the Bible, 44
postures in, 544.

Prosperity of the wicked. 565.
efficacy of, 545.

“ corrupting and dangerous, 625
of sinners, not heard, 546. Providence of God, 259-271.
neglected by sinners, 547. Provisions of the gospel, 576—585
neglect of, threatened, 548. Prudence required, 172.
Praverfulness of Christ, 64. Public worship, 745.
" of saints, 665.

PUNISHMENT FUTURE:
PREACHING, by Christ, 65. “ deserved by sinners, 557.
* faithfully, 458.

" the prerogative of God, 558.
primitive mode of, 452.

- consistent with love, 559.
" the primary means of grace, 430. is heaven lost. 560.
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success of, 468–9.

“ banishment to hell, 561.
Prejudice forbidden, 526.

" unpardonable sin, 562
Presumption of sinners, 710. " the second death, 563.
PRIDE, common, 549.

“ death in impenitence, 564.
" offensive to God, 550.

“ evinced by prosperity, 565.
" tends to a fall, 551.

* evinced by temporal judgmenta.
li of sinners, 696.

566.
PROBATION, 552.

to continue forever, 567.
" limited to this life, 553.

“ denied by some, 568.
includes dangers eternal, 554. will fail to purify, 569.
" deterinines our final state, 555. why inflicted, 570.
" its awards accord with deeds, 556." approved by the righteous, 571.
Procrastination, 710, 727.

“ cries for relief unavailing, 572.
Prodigality forbidden, 180.

“sources of, 573.
Profanity forbidden, 718.

degradation of, 574.
Profession of religion, 107.

Punishment capital, 315.
PROMISES CONDITIONAL: Purposes of God, 249–258.
u to faith in Christ, 183.

Railing forbidden, 729, 730.
" to the fear of God, 291.

Reason, power of, 421.
" to humility, 357.

Rebuke of sin, 66, 461, 610.
* to liberality, 408.

Reconciliation by Christ, 582.
" to loying God, 289.

" to God, 306.
** meekness, 438.

REDEMPTION, covenant 575.
to obedience, 302, 485.

“ requires atonement, 576.
ito parental fidelity, 496.

" through Christ's death, 577.

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" made effectual, 578.

through a perfect sacrifice, 579.
* through a ransom for all," 580
" the Father's agency in, 581.
“ includes peace with God, 582.

includes forgiveness. 583.
“ embraces adoption, 584.
“ its signal mercies, 585.
" its astonishing grace, 586.
" honorable to God, 587.
REGENERATION, ETC., 588
" indispensable, 589.

preceded by conviction, 590.
à radical change, 591.

a moral change, 592.
" alarming to sinners, 593.
“ creative power in, 594-5.

Jependence in, 596.
“ an effectual call, 597.
" its illumination, 598.
“ its divine teaching 599.
"human activity in, 600.
"required as a duty, 601.
“ evidences of, 602.
REPENTANCE, nature of, 603.
• its moral dignity, 604.
- its signal ctfects, 603.

its necessity, 606.
"encouraged by promises, 607.

ascribed to God, 608.
" is often spurious, 609.
Reprobation, 256.
REPROOF required, 610.
* examples of, 66, 461, 611.

received by the humble, 612.
"rejected by the proud, 613.
" wisdom of receiving, 614.
" demands self-correction, 615.
REPUTATION, value of, 616.
Requirements, divine, 288-300.
Resolution required, 134.
Respect of persons avoided, 231.
Responsibility of man, 555.
Rest of heaven, 337.
RESURRECTION, 617.
" bodies changed, 618.
Retaliation forbidden, 737.
Revenge forbidden, 735–6.
KEVIVALS, ancient, 619.
bo by the Holy Spirit, 620.

hấppy effects of, 621.

to be prayed for, 622.
" sometimes spurious, 623.
Rewards future, 556.
RICHES idolized, 624.

are corrupting, 625.

“ not to be cagerly sought, 626.
“ vain and transitory, 627.

proper use of, 628.
SIGHTEOUSNESS, 629.

present and futuro rewards of, 6.30
" of Christ, 56, 578.
“ of saints, 503-4, 659.
RIGHTS OF GOD, 239—248
RIGHTS OF MAN, 631.
“ to inquire freely, 632.
“ to mental culture, 633.

to his own labor and family, 634-5
ROBBERY forbidden, 636.
Romanism, 518.
Rule of faith, 46.
Rulers civil, 3104313.
Ruling elders, 101, 103, 455.
SABBATHs, instituted, 637.

enrolled in the Decalogue, 638.
" recognized by Christ, 639.
“ appropriate duties of, 640.

to be kept holy, 641.
" rewards for keeping it, 642.
“ its profanation punished, 643.
" the first day of the week, 644.
SAINTS, renewed, 645.

* contrasted with sinners, 646-656
“ rejoice in God, 657.
“ delight in truth, 658.
“ practise honesty, 659.
- are meck and forgiving. 660.
** are disinterested, 661.

grieve when God is dishonored, 662
feel their own guilt, 663.
live by faith, 664.
delight in prayer, 665.
have internal peace, 666.
“ make progress, 667.

cannot boast, 663.
“ not numerous, lont will be, 669.
- the light of the world, 670.
* their singularity, 671.
" their final dignity, 672.
Salvation, way of, 575-586.
" conditional, 555.
" by grace, 586.
SANCTIFICATION, 588—597

· by the Spirit, 594-6.
SATAN, character of, 15.
“ will be defeated, 277.
“ his devices, 16, 17.
“his ministers, 473--8.
SCORN AND CONTEMPT, 673
Sealing of the Spirit, 517
Self-conceit, 510, 549.
Self-deception, 704.

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SELF DENIAL, 674.

Slavery, see Servitude, 676—687
** of Christ, 58.

Slaying of witnesses, 86.
Self-examination, 105, 397.

Sleep and sloth, 1, 358.
SELFISHNESS, 136-138 Snares laid by sinners, 702.
4 of sinners, stupid, 689.

Sobriety required, 711.
SELFISH RELIGION, 193, 194, Soul, immortal, 422.
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“ sleeps not, after death, 152.
Self-justification, 706.

Sovereignty of God, 234, 240—6.
Self-knowledge, 397.

Spirituality required, 156.
Self-righteousness, 550, 696. * manifested by saints, 664.
SENSUALITY, reproved, 675. Spirit, Holy, 345–350.
u of sinners, 698.

outpouring of, 620.
Separations final, 387.

agency of, 594—596.
Seriousness, see Sobriety, 711. Spurious faith and religion, 191.
SERVITUDE, oriental, 676. fasting, 194.
- laws to regulate, 677—9.

“ love to God, 411.
" apostolic precepts, 680.

" repentance, 609.
" ancient sale of men, 681.

“ revivals, 623.
"manstealing forbidde:, 682. Stability required, 712.
* freedom of the Jubilee, 683. Standard of faith, 46.
“ feedom desirable, 684.

Standards, false, condemned, 46
“ general precepts, 685.

Steadfastness required, 712.
" promises to kindness, 686. STEALING forbidden, 713.
* duty to the oppressed, 687. punishment of, 714.
Sin, see Depravity, 157.

Strangers, duty to, 715.
cannot be blended with good, 505. Stupidity of sinners, 693.
"its ill desert, 557.

Submission to God, 278, 298.
its destructive tendencies, 733. " unconditional, 298–9.
* overruled for good, 267–8. Sueing at the law, 716.

what kind is unpardonable, 562. Supper of our Lord, 104.
Sins and vices. See Threats. Suretyship discouraged, 717.
SINNERS, unholy, 688.

SWEARING forbidden, 718
full of selfishness, 689.

rashly, 719.
*cnemies to God, 690.

- oaths of conformation, 720.
disobedient to God, 691.

Sympathy in afflictions, 7.
* prone to forget God, 692.

· for the oppressed, 687.
stup.d and inattentive to God, 693. " for the poor, 526.
depart from Goul, 694.

* of females, 196.
“ hate the divine government, 695. Tattling forhidden, 729.
* opposed to grace, 696.

Teachers, false, 473, — 477.
* rather die than submit, 697. Teaching, divine, 599.

inclined to sensuality, 698. TEMPERANCE, a duty, 72.
prone to illolatry, 699.

" in food, 199.
apt to murmur, 700.

TEMPTATION, coinmon, 794
" ungrateful and cruel, 701.

not of God, 723.
* deceitful, 702.

watching against, 724.
u boastful, 703.

overcome throngh grace, 725,
u fond of deception, 704.

TERMS OF SALVATION:
* deny obligation, 705.

“ faith in Christ, 183.
" excuse their sins, 706.

" forgiveness, 203.
u cherish blindness, 707.

" love to God, 288.
* cherish unbelief, 568 708.

- love to man, 412.
- inclined to idleness, 709.

“ love disinterested, 413.
16 are presumptuous, 710.

" obedience to God, 302.
SLANDER, 'See Lying, 416. perseverance, 514.
* forbidden, 729.

" reconciliation to God 308.

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regeneration, 589, 601.
repentance, 606.

righteousness, 629.
té submission to God, 278, 298.
Terms of the law and gospel, 306.
THREATS OF EVIL:
" to backsliders, 27.

to disobedience, 303.
“ to capital offenders, 315, 316.
“ to covetousness, 138.
“ to despisers of the gospel, 309.
" to idolaters, 362.
" to the implacable, 203.

to the intemperate, 366-7.
to the lewd, 405.
to liars, 418.
to manstealers, 682.
to murderers, 315, 316.
to nations, for vices, 486.
to oppressors, 490, 523.
to Papists, 520.
to parents, unfaithful, 497.
to persecutors, 513.
to the proud, 550.

to sabbath breakers, 643.
" to sacrilege, 50, 301.

to slanderers, 729.
to swearers, 718.

" required of all, 629.
Unbelief of sinners, 708.
* in future evils, 568.
Union, Unity, 111-115.
* of God, 210.
“ during the millennium, 442.
Unpardonable sin, 562.
Unregenerate works, 546, 589.
Unrighteousness, 732.
“ tends to ruin, 733.
Utility of the right, 630.
" of the truth, 47, 51, 279, 433, 458
Vanity of life, 148.
“ of riches, 627.
Vessels of wrath, 256.
Vices, see Threats.
Vindicative justice, 236–7.
Visiting the flock, 463.
WAR, common, 734.
" sin and folly of, 735, 736.
" how to pr rent it, 737.
Warfare, Christian, 738.
Warning: general, 89.

against the second death, 554.

against self-deception, 704.
WATCHFULNESS, 738.

" against temptation, 724.
Wickedness of sinners, 690.
Widow and fatherless, 522–7.
Wisdom of God, 222.
" in creation, 142.
Witness of the word, 347, (3.)
“ of the Spirit, 347, (4.)
Women, see Females, 195
Works of darkness, 167.
WORLD, ignorant, 739.

opposed to God, 740.

corrupting and dangerous, 741.
“ its idols forbidden, 742.
" overcome by grace, 743.
WORSHIP of God, 744.
"should be public, 745.
** with proper instruction, 746.
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to teachers, false, 475.
" to thieves, 714.

to unbelievers, 708.
“ to the unrighteous, 733.
" to warriors, 736.

to works of darkness, 167
TIME, short, 726.
" to be improved, 727.
Title to life, 302.
TONGUE, mischievous, 728.
"its sins forbidden, 729, 730.
“should be bridled, 731.
Tradition, false, 46.
Irials, see Afflictions, 2.
" of ministers, 407.

of the Jews, to come, 381.
Trinity, 210, 211.
Trust in God, 292–4.

not in man, 170.
TRUTH of God, 235.
* belief in indispensable, 183,
"the means of grace, 47.

and praise, 747.
Worship of creatures forbidden, 80
Wresting scripture, 50.

Youth, sce Children, 53.
ZEAL, false, 748.
“ the true exemplificd, 749.
“ is indispensable 750.

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SCRIPTURE MANUAL.

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ACTIVITY AND DILIGENCE. 1. Activity and diligence required and encouraged inactivity reproved. Gen. 3: 19 In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, will thou return unto the ground.

Ex. 20: 9 Six days shalt thou labor, and do all thy work.

Jud. 5: 23 Curse ye Meroz, said the angel of the Lord, curse ye bitterly the inhabitants thereof; because they came not to the help of the Lord, to the help of the Lord against the mighty.

1 Ch. 22: 16 Arise, therefore, and be doing, and the Lord be with thee.

Pr. 10:14 He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack hand : but the hand of the diligent maketh rich. 5 He that gathereth in summer is a wise son : but he that sleepeth in harvest is a son that causeth shame. - 12: 24 The hand of the diligent shall bear rule: but the slothful shall be under tribute.13: 4 The soul of the sluggard desireth, and hath nothing : but the soul of the diligent shall be made fat. - 22: 29 Seest thou a man diligent in his business? he shall stand before kings ; he shall not stand before mean men. 27: 23 Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and look well to thy herds: 24 For riches are not forever. 28: 19 He that tilleth his land shall have plenty of bread : but he that followeth after vain persons shall have poverty enough.

Ec. 5: 12 The sleep of a laboring man is sweet, whether he. eat little or much. 9:10 Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest.

Is. 52: 1 Awake, awake, put on thy strength, o Zion; put on thy beautiful garments, 0 Jerusalem, the holy city.

Am. 6: 1 Wo to them that are at ease in Zion.
Rom. 12:11 Not slothful in business ; fervent in spirit; serv.

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