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We are to pray to God only
Our enemies, and all men living
The dead are not to be prayed for
QUEST. CLXXXII, CLXXXIII, CLXXXIV. Of
The opinion of the ancients about it
What that sin is
Whether now commmitted
of faith in prayer
How the word of God directs herein
Of spiritual and temporal
How to be prayed to as being in heaven
What intended in praying for bread
What we are to understand by this day
QUEST. CXCIV. The fifth Petition explained
The case of man when charged with guilt
How God is to be considered when we pray thus
When a sign of God's forgiving us
QUEST. CXCV. The sixth Petition explained
What this Petition supposes
From the flesh
When from him, and when from ourselves
Are suited to every age
How we are to pray against temptation
EXPLAINED AND DEFENDED.
OF THE SEVENTH COMMANDMENT. QUEST. CXXXVII. Which is the seventh Commandment?
ANSW. The seventh Commandment is, [Thou shalt not commit adultery.]
QUEST. CXXXVIII. What are the duties required in the seventh Commandment?
ANSW. The duties required in the seventh Commandment, are, chastity in body, mind, affections, words, and behaviour; and the preservation of it in ourselves and others; watchfulness over the eyes, and all the senses; temperance, keeping of chaste company, modesty in apparel, marriage by those that have not the gift of continency; conjugal love, and cohabitation, diligent labour in our callings, shunning all occasions of uncleanness, resisting temptations thereunto.
QUEST. CXXXIX. What are the sins forbidden in the seventh Commandment?
ANSW. The sins forbidden in the seventh Commandment, besides the neglect of the duties required, are, adultery, fornication, rape, incest, sodomy, and all unnatual lusts, all unclean imaginations, thoughts, purposes, and affections, all corrupt or filthy communications, or listening thereunto; wanton looks, impudent, or light behaviour; immodest apparel; prohibiting of lawful, and dispensing with unlawful marriages, allowing, tolerating, keeping of stews, and resortVol. IV.