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A TABLE OF CONTENTS,
Wherein the several General Heads are specified, the Sections and Subdivisions set
down in order, with a Reference to the Chapter and Page.
Sect. II. The necessity of searching the
See more of sin, chap. xiv.
Sect. III. His excellency, majesty, great-
Fourthly. Under what case the law
Sect. vii. He is omniscient, omnipresent,
tion ; how it came, and by what means 42
See chap. xxxi.
his fulness, and dignity in his person
and authority -
ib. Sect. iv. The excellency of this Saviour,
Sect. xiv, He is faithfulness and truth ib.
Christ alone, chap. viii.
See more of the Spirit, chap. xix. sect. i. SECT. v. He fulfilled all righteousness of
the law ; bore the curse ; took away
Sect. viii. He ascended into heaven: is
ings of God's children recorded - 104
Sect. ix. He is made our king and head,
See God's threatenings and judgments
Sect. x. He is our great prophet and
eous, and their excellency above others:
Sect. xi. He is our all, in all things: our
what they can do with God, &c. - · 109
Char. VIII. Pardon and remission of sins;
In times of common calamities, chap. xxi.
See the glory reserved for believers,
Sect. III. Justification and sanctification
themselves : to be holy, fruitful, walk-
Sect. iv. Eternal life and salvation 80 venly, and spiritual conversation,
worthy of their high calling: to glorify
See more, trusting in God, chap. xvi.
First. To delight in, long for, pant
after, make their boast of, glory
See fruits of the Spirit, chap. xix.
their portion and rest
Secondly. To obey and hearken to
Sect. II. Of the particular fruits of the
See more in chap. xxv, and of ido-
Spirit, which are indispensably neces-
lutry, chap. xxxviii.
sary to real saints
Sect. v. To believe, and be found in the
See more of the fruits of fuith, chap.ix.
practice of the things of God, and his
worship, but that which clearly (ac-
cording to the precepts, rules, and
examples of the scriptures) appears to
be Christ's mind, upon which we can
in faith expect acceptance -
may be overtaken with faults; and are Sect. vi. To pray unto God: of prayer at
not free from sinful dispositions and
inclinations in this life ; and therefore
See more of afflictions, chap. xx.
may deserve to be chastised of God 103
common calamitics, chap. xxi.
Sect. 1. In general it is affirmed
ib. Sect, vii. To take especial notice of the
the arguments for such behaviour
See more in the nature and use of
fuith, chap. ix.
Duties to all men, chap. xvii.
Duties to persecutors, chap. xx.
Of God's correcting his children
for sin, chap. xi.
Pardon of sin, chap. viii.
See more of ouning him in time
of persecution, chap. xx.
Of persererance, sect. xvii.
II. To wait for the second coming
of Christ -
See more, his coming to judg-
ment, chap. xxxvi.
Sect. xvi. To walk with God heartily,
uprightly, sincerely, and to follow him
fully and zealously: the reasons there-
See also hypocrites, &c. chap. xxvi.
Sect. XVII. To stick fast to God, and not
to depart from him: to abide in the
faith and practice of his will, and per-
severe to the end: the reasons
1. To persevere and abide in faith
and practice, &c.
See more of holding fast to God
in time of afflictions, chap. xx.
II. That believers shall have grace
and power to stand
See more of God upholding us in
afflictions, chap. xx.
Sect. XVIII. To take care to watch di-
ligently over ourselves, with a holy
jealousy and fear, Jest we should
apostatize and depart from God, his
truths, and ways, into any error or
sin: the reasons: our danger
See more instances of the failings of
God's children, chap. xi.
Of the tempers, methods, &c. chap.
Chap. XV. The duty of believers, brethren
in the Lord, each to other, as such ;
and as standing in that relation one to
Sect. 1. To love each other: the kinds of
Sect. 11. To sympathize with each other
in pity and compassion ; help and
comfort one another, and bear one
See also this duty, how we should be-
have to the afflicted, chap. xx.
Sect. III. To honour and estecm each
other: and be kind and affectionate 225
See more of walking humbly, chap.
Sect. iv. Not rashly and unadvisedly to
to take up a prejudice against any, be-
lieve reports, take offence or be angry ;
but tenderly forgive, cover faults, and
restore offenders in love
Sect. v. To live peaceably, avoid whisper-
ing, tale-bearing, and whatsoever tends
to divide or disturb peace
Sect. vi. To rebuke, reprove, exhort, ad-
monish, and warn each other, &c. To
take such rebukes, &c. well from each
1. To rebuke, exhort, &c.
Sect. ix. To walk wisely and charitably
one toward another: and in things in-
Sect 1. Husbands to wives, and wives to
husbands. Of marriage, &c. Of women ib.
Sect. v. Not to be discontented, angry,
or revengeful against them ; but to
See more of meekness, chap. xiv.
See more of persererance, chap. xiv.
rect his children, and suffer them to
I. To exercise and try their faith
and obedience -
II. To humble and purge them 281
III. To make them remember God
and things above ; loo to, own,
and close with them -
IV. For God's glory, and the fur-
therance of the gospel
V. For the procuring of great good
and advantage to those who are
exercised with trouble, &c. 283