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Wherein the several General Heads are specified, the Sections and Subdivisions set down in order,
with a Reference to the Chapter and Page.
See more of God's judgments againsi
Sect. 1. SHEWING what religion is, and
Thirdly. Of man's state by nature,
since sin entered
Sect. 1. Corrupt, unclean, and despe-
Son, and Spirit; or the Trinity : 25 Sect. 111. He is made an High Priest
Sect, iv. He offered himself to God as
See more of the Spirit, chap. xix. sect. i.
mankind, made peace through the
shedding of his own blood, by
which he entered into the holiest
First. Of his first state :
ib. Sect. v. He fulfilled all righteousness
ib. of the law; bore the curse; took
See more of justification, chap. viii.
not free from sinful dispositions and
Sect. vii. He riseth from the dead ib. God
Sect, 11. Reconciliation and peace
Chap. XIV. Of the duties of believers,
Sect. 111. Justification and sanctifica- Toward God
Sect, iv. Eternal life and salvation 80 not to themselves : to be holy, fruit-
ful, walking in the light, in an ho-
See more, trusting in God, chap. xvi.
boast of, glory and rejoice in God
See fruits of the Spirit, chap. xix.
laws and words of God and Christ. 127
Sect. Ir. The particular fruits of the See more of disobedience, sect. xiv.
Of the fruits of the Spirit, chap. xix. See more in chap. xv. and of idolatry,
In duties, chap. xiv. xv. xvi.
In each duty in affliction, chap. xx.
Sect. v. To believe, and be found in
In duties to magistrates, chap. xxii.
the practice of the things of God,
the afflicted, chap. xx.
pearance of it: hate it, and avoid
Sect. in. To honour and esteem each
the occasions of it; the reasons
188 other: and be kind and affectionate 225
See duties in general, sect. i.
See more of walking humbly, chap. xiv.
may expect them
behave themselves meekly, gently,
I. Common to all
and patiently toward them; bearing
II. More especially to Christian
See more of meekness, chap. xiv.
First, The Holy Ghost affirms it ib.
Sect. vi. To pity then, shew them
Secondly. The saints have been
mercy, pray for them, and return
them good for evil, love for hatred 247 1. From God more immediately ib.
it is a seal of sonship, of God's
See of the ends of God in afflicting,
sect, ii. and cons. v.
Sect. iv. The duties of the saints, and
bow they ought to behave them-
I. To see God in them, as being
in the midst of trouble and perse-
See more of prayer, chap. xiv.
for reviling; but forgive them ib.
the designs and ways of Satan,
and of all the adversaries of be-
lievers : and that they can do no
more, nor proceed further against
us, than God permits. He turns
about their purposes
Cons. IV. That God orders and de.
termines the measure, manner,
time, and continuance of afflic-
tions and persecutions; and that
according to our necessities 289
Coos. V. That God doth sometimes
make enemies and persecutors
themselves to attest ihe saints'
innocency when they suffer; and
will surely avenge ibem of their
Cons. VI. That God will comfort,
uphold, and preserve his, in all
their troubles, and not lay more
upon them than they can bear 291
See common calamities, chap. xxi.
Cons. VII. That the righteous are
near and dear to God in Christ;
so that he takes notice of their
afflictions and troubles; and is
said to be persecuted and afflicted
in their persecutions, &c.
See union and relation between Christ
and his church, chap xiii.
Cons. VIII. That the greater the
afflictions and distresses of the
righteous have been, the more
IV. To use lawful and honest means
for avoiding and delivering them-
selves and others from africtions
V. To look to the cause of our
sufferings, that it be for well do-
ing, for Christ, and a good con-