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Q. 18. What is a minister to do if a penitent confess secretly
to him a heinous or a capital crime? .....
Cases and Directions for Loving our Neighbours as ourselves 425
Tit. 1. Cases of Conscience about Loving our Neighbour .. ibid.
Q. 1. How must I love another as myself, in degree, or kind,
Q. 2. What is the true nature of love to myself and others ?.. ibid.
Q. 3. If none must be loved above their worth, how doth God
love sinners ? .......
Q. 4. Must I love all in degree as much as myself?
Q. 5. Must I love any more than myself?
Q.7. Who is that neighbour whom I must love as myself ?.. 430
Q. 8. Must we love and pray for antichrist, and those that sin
against the Holy Ghost ?
Q. 9. Must we not hate God's enemies ?
Q. 10. May I not wish hurt to another more than to myself? 431 -
Tit. 2. Directions to love our Neighbours as ourselves. ibid.
Tit. 3. The Reasons and Motives of love to our Neighbour.. 433
Cases of, and Directions for the Love of Godly Persons as such 436
Tit. I. Cases of Conscience about Love to the Godly .... ibid.
Q. 9. Must we love them as. godly that give no account of the
Q. 7. Must we love those better that have much grace
Q. 11. Can he love him because he is godly?
Q. 14. Do all true Christians love all the godly that wrong
Q. 4. Is it meet for him to choose any other bosom friend,
that hath a pious wife? and is any so fit for this friend-
Twenty things necessary to such a Friendship; so rare as
Q. 4. What if he be my enemy for religion, and so an enemy
Cases and Directions about Works of Charity
Q. 6. and 7. Must we devote a certain proportion of our in-
comes ? and what proportion ? A Letter to Mr. Gouge on
Cases and Directions about Confessing Sins and Injuries to
Tit. 1. Cases about Confessing Sins and Injuries to others .. ibid.
Q. 1. When must we confess wrongs to those that we have
Q. 2. What will excuse us from such confessions ? ...... 508
Q. 3. Must I confess a purpose of injury which was never ex-
Q. 4. When must sins against God be confessed to men? ibid.
Tit. 2. The Directions for just confessing Sin to others 509
Cases and Directions about Satisfaction and Restitution .... 511
Tit. 1. Cases of Conscience about Satisfaction and Restitution ibid.
Q. 1. What is satisfaction, what restitution, and when a duty ?
Q. 2. How far is satisfaction and restitution necessary? 512
Q. 3. Who are bound to make it? ....
Q. 4. To whom must it be made ?
Q.5. What restitution is to be made for dishonouring rulers
Q. 6. How must satisfaction be made for slanders and lies ?.. ibid.
Q.7. And for tempting others to sin and hurting their souls? ibid.
Q. 8. And for murder or manslaughter ?
Q. 9. Is a murderer bound to offer himself to justice ? ibid.
Q. 11. What satisfaction is to be made by a fornicator or
the thing is worth?
Q. 14. What if confessing a fault will turn the rage of the
injured person against me to my ruin?
Tit. 2. The Directions for practice ....
r Cases and Directions about our obtaining pardon from God 519
Tit. 1. Cases of Conscience about obtaining pardon from God ibid.
Q. 1. Is there pardon to be had for all sin without exception ? ibid.
Q. 2. What if one oft commit the same heinous sin ? ...... ibid.
Q. 3. Is the day of grace and pardon ever past in this life ? .. ibid.
Q. 4. May we be sure that we are pardoned ?
Q. 5. Can any man pardon sin against God, and how far ? .. ibid.
Q. 6. Is sin forgiven before it is committed ?
Q. 7. Are the elect pardoned and justified before repentance ? 52%
Q. 8. Is pardon or justification perfect before death?
Q. 9. Is our pardon perfect as to all sins past ?
Q. 10. May pardon or justification be lost or reversed ? 523
Q. 11. Is the pardon of my own sin to be believed ' fide Divi-
na?' and is it the meaning of that article of the creed ? .... ibid.
Q. 12. May one in any kind trust to his own faith and repen-
tance for his pardon?
Q. 13. What are the causes and conditions of pardon? ibid.
Tit. 2. Directions for obtaining pardon from God
Cases and Directions about Self-judging
Tit. I. Cases of Conscience about Self-judging
Q. 1. What are the reasons, uses, and motives of self-judging? ibid.