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Jehoram, his death........... .. ii. 78 Judgment, Last, continual Denun-
Jehoshaphat, his affinity with Ahab. ciation of it not profitable. No. 46.

ii. 15
Jephtha, his vow....................... i. 210

, Presages of, Solilo-
- his Daughter bewaileth her quỹ on............................... vi. 396
virginity ............................... i. 212 -

- , its Terrors, Com-
Jeroboam, his hand withers .......... i. 459 forts against enumerated ....... viii. 197
Jerome, not against Episcopacy... ix.

, aggravation of its
596, 664 fearfulness .......

............. viii. 197
Jews reject Christ for their King... v, 313

, our Advocate bring
Jezebel, her death..... .... ii. 80 our Judge, a comfort against its
Joab, bis fidelity......................... i. 374 terrors...

.................. vñi. 199
- slays Amasa..................... i. 408 -

-, frequent meditation
Job, thoughts on his character. No. thereon and due preparation, the

41. vi. 268 remedies of our fear.. ......... viii. 201
John, St. his Testimony, in Revela-

, Satan's Temptation
tions, to the Superiority of Bishops. to disbelieve it, repelléd......... viji. 286

Judgment Day, more terrible than
Jordan, on its verge Manna ceaseth, the giving of the Law.............. i. 100
and the Cloud vanisheth........... i. 159

- , neither to be put far
Joseph, bis Dreams................... i. 49 from us, nor the time to be punc-

- put into the Pit................ i. 50 tually determined.................. X. 125

, with his Mistress............. i. 51 Judgments, proofs of God's mercy. v. 475
F., in Prison ......................

-

Improvement of, urged
- neglected...................... i. 52 on all that love Christ in sincerity.
- advanced..............

vi. 422
, his brethren go into Egypt to

- of God, frequent medita-
buy Corn....... .......... i. 53 tion thereon, a means to keep the
- , of Arimathea, begs the body heart tender ........................ vii. 369

of Jesus......... ..................... ii. 500 Jurisdiction, Superiority of, appro-
Joshua foiled at Ai...................... i. 168 priated to Bishops.... ix. 585, 663, 671
Josiah prophesied of.................... i. 459 Justice and Peace, Spiritual..........' v. 220
- , his early piety................ ii. 128

Civil............... V. 223
- enquires of Huldah the Pro.

, Legal.......................... V. 224
phetess............................... ii. 129

Distributive.................. V. 224
-.- goes against the king of

Commutative ................ V. 225
Egypt, without taking counsel of

-, in the Family, Country, City,
God.................................... ii. 133

Commonwealth, Church, World,
Joy and Sorrow moderated. No. 48. misrepresented as oppression... v. 227

vi. 33

and Peace, Spiritual and Civil
-, of the Christian and Worldling. united..... ........................... v. 229

No, 77. vi. 70 , description of it, digested
- of the Christian superior to the from Proverbs and Ecclesiastes. x. 22
Worldling's................ No. 9. vi. 84 Justification, the Roinanists' view
, Spiritual, to be cultivated. No.

thereof refuted ..................... ix. 44

21. vi. 323 - --, by Inherent Righteous-
-, fals, Soliloquy on .............. vi. 346 ness, on the Doctrine of.......... ix. 238
- , intermitted, Soliloquy on...... vi. 357

- , its New.
Joys, heavenly, Soliloqny on........ vi. 366 n ess .................................... ix. 239
Judah, his pledge and incest......... i. 48

-

, against
Judah tributary to the King of As. Scripture... . . ........... ix. 242
syria................................... jj. 109 -

-

, against
Judaism refuted.... ... ............ vii. 177 Reason ............................... ix. 244
Judge, Meditation on the coming in

of the................................. vi. 208 Keeping carthly possessions, Freedom
Judgment, Spirit of God enlightens it. from the fears of, one of the Bene.

v. 558 fits of Poverty .................... viii, 18
--, man's, as the expression Kenites, who they were.............. i. 304
occurs in 1 Cor. iv. 3, explained. King, Solomon's description of one,

vii. 318 digested from Proverbs and Eccle:
-, malier of, danger of Im-

siastes .............. .............. X. 43
moderation therein .............. vij. 433 Kingdom, every Man hath one within
---, Saints on earth

bimself..................... No. 83. vi. 20
united therein..................... viii. 240 Kingdom of Christ, none to be ex-

, what differences thereof pected but spiritual and heavenly.
make a different Religion...... viii. 47

x, 199

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for it....

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Knowledge, divine, not relished with a Life, viewed in three different Stages.
superficial taste......... No. 80. vi. '71

No. 4. ri. 49
--

causeth appetite ----, diminisheth by addition. No.
and desire................ No. 89. vi. 297

67. vi. 68
-- - , the soul covetous --- is before Death, naturally; spi.
of it............ ............ No. 23. vi. 324 ritually it is contrary... No. 73. vi. 97

-, the all-sufficient, Soliloquy ----, a wearisome circle which we
on...............

walk in ................. .. No. 25. vi. 325
, experimental, an advan-

--, love of, Soliloquy on ........... vi. 353
tage of old age ............ ...... viii. ---, eternal, the Pattern of a Medi-

tation thereon.................. vii, 58, &c.
Laban follows Jacob.................... i. 43 --, the consideration of its Diversi-
Labour, the advantage of it. No. 81. ties, requisite to contentment.
vi. 39

viii. 9
- ~, the Necessity of, Soliloquy on... - , ils vanity and miseries, a comfort

against the fears of death ..... viii, 194
Lantern, Meditation on the sight of a ---, spiritual, a benefit consequent

dark one......... ........... vi. 134 on union with Christ............. viii. 225
Lork, Meditation on the sight of one

- - from Christ, a com-
flying up.. ...... .......... vi. 137 plaint of our insensibleness of this
Latter House, the Glory of the, Ser-

mercy.....

.... ... viii. 927
mon on........

-, an ex-
Law, Israelites must cleanse them. citement to joy and thankfulness
selves and their garments at the

........ viii, 228
giving of it......... ........ i. 99

- the du-
Thunder and Lightning at the ties which we owe to God for this
giving thereof...... ........... i, 100

mercy..........

.............. viii. 298
of Ceremonies, Christ bath freed

-, its im.
us therefrom........... ........ v. 371

provement, in that Christ is there-
-, freedom from it by Christ.... v. 371 by made our Wisdom, Righteous.
Lay-Elders, the appellation consider-

ness, Sanctification, and Redemp-
ed ...................................... ix. 602 t ion.............. ...... ..... vui. 230
o, not known in Scripture. --- and Liberty, Ten Cases of Con-

ix. 604 science concerning them answer-
-----, strangers to all Anti-

ed:
quity...... ... ............. ix. 607, 693

1. Whether, and in what
- -, the Judgment of Sculte-

cases, another's life may
tus concerning them. ............. ix. 715

be taken away........ riii, 395
Learning not Ostentatious... No. 24.

2. Whether a duel be lawful,
vi. 9

for the decision of right
Legion, what the term imports..... ij. 282

or the vindication of bo-
LETTER PARENETICAL TO A WOR-

nour..................... viii. 398
THY KNIGHT.
................ ix. 364

3. Whether abortion may be
Liberality of God to us.............. V. 118

procured, for the preser-
Liberation, Christ's.............. ..... v. 369

vation of the mother. viii. 400
Liberty, Christian, Sermon on..... v. 366

4. Whether a man adjudged to
-, a sweet word... ........... v. 366

imprisonment of death
---, Christian, explained......., v. 367

may cndeavour and prac-
, the Maintenance

tise an escape........ viii. 403
of it.............
********................... V. 373

5. Whether, and how far, a
- .......... No. 86. vi. 295

man may be urged to an
- - given us in the use of the

oath,........... ....... viii, 405
Creature, both for Necessity and

6. Whether a judge may con:
· lawful Delight.............. ..... vii. 394

demi a man to death,
-, true, its nature and power.

upon evidence, whom he
viii, 160

himself knows to be in-
Library, Meditation on the sight of a

nocent.................. viii. 408
great one ............................ vi. 165

7. Whether, and in what cases,
Lise a Snjourning, Sermon on...... V. 578

a man is bound to be an
----, but a Sojourning here......... V. 579

accuser of another... viii. 411
-----, its shortness, recompensed with

8. Whether a prisoner, indict-
Eternity.................. No. 100. vi. 25

ed for felony which he has
---- uncertain... ............ No. 19. vi. 28

committed, may plead
---- of Man consumed in hoping

Not guilty.”.......... viii. 413
well, in being ill, and fearing worse.

9. Whether, and how far, a
No. 21. vi. 29

man may take up arms,

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in the public quarrel of a

war ..................... viii, 415
10. Whether, and how far, a
o man may act towards bis

own death .............. viii. 417
Light, Creation thereof................ i
- , Divine and Reflections, Sermon
on.....

............ V. 443
-- --, its Clearness, with its
answerable renection.............. V. 446

its Purity, with its
answerable reflection.............. V. 449

- --, its Diffusiveness, with
its answerable reflection ......... v. 450

o, true, Soliloquy on........... vi, 347

., false, Soliloquy on........... vi. 368
Lights brought in, Meditation on oc-

casion of...................... vi. 123, 125
- , the tron inward of Reason and

Faith, comforts under the loss of

sight......... ............... viii. 168
Lily, Meditation on the sight of one.

Lord's Supper, to be followed by a di-

gestion of the heavenly food, by

holy Meditation................... vii. 513,
Losing earthly possessions, Freedom

from the fears of, one of the Bene-

fits of Poverty.................... viii. 18
Loss by Sea, Meditation on hearing

the report of a great one......... vi. 189
Losses, Worldly, Epistle against Sor-

row for them..... .................. vii. 167
Lot taken prisoner.................... i. 33
-, Angels hasten him out of Sodom

by a gracious violence.............. i. 33
-, Angels with him.................. i. 33
--., bis Wife.......................... i. 34
---, bis Drunkenness and Incest... i. 35
Love to be constantly paid, and still

accounted a Debt ...... No. 68, vi. 36
-, as it keeps the whole Law, so
love is the only breaker of it. No.

25. vi. 56
-, that shall outlast time. No. 55.

vi. 276
the Lord, all ye his Saints. No.

42. vi. 331
-, unchangeable, Soliloquy on. vi. 342
, the transcendent, Soliloquy on.

vi. 387
Love of CHRIST, A PATHETICAL ME-
DITATION ON.... .................. vi. 227

how passing know-
ledge...........

........................... vi. 229

--- how freeof us, be-
fore we were................... .... vi. 229

vi. 179

of us,

COD.......

Lion, the roaring one, how we must

resist him............................. i. 220
Little, to manage it well, commen-

dable........................ No. 6. vi. 49
Liturgies deduced from the most an-
cient times. .......... ix. 629, 647, 740

- , the original of Set Forms
thereof.. ............. ix. 648, 742
Liturgy of the Church of England,

defended.......... ix. 629, 646, 738, 811
- its Original and Confirma-
tion.

............. ix. 651, 752
-, arguments for its alteration
wered .................... ix. 652, 755

-, with what intentions it was
appointed.

d.................... ix. 655, 759
Live, how to do so, indeed... No. 54.

vi. 275
Live well, he, that does this, cannot

but die well............... No. 56. vi. 14
· Living in God, the Happiness of it,

and the Misery of living out of

God ........................ No. 89. vi, 74
Lives of most are mis-spent only for
'want of a certain end of their ac-

tions ........................ No. 75. vi. 98
Loadstone and the Jet, Meditation on

the sight of the...................... vi. 144
Look upou the things of this Life as
an Owner, as a Stranger... No. 84.

vi. 20
Lorking-glass, Meditation on the

sight of one......................... vi. 219
Lord Jesus, on loving his appearing.

No. 82. vi, 293
Lord's Supper, how to be received.

vii. 510
- , hungering and thirst.
ing desire after it, a predisposition
requisite to duly receiving it... vii. 511.

-, to be followed by
hearty resolves and desires to walk
worthy of the Lord Jesus....... vii. 513

that had made ourselves vile and
miserable............ ......... ... vi. 230

of us, that
were professed enemies.......... vi. 231

- its wonderful Effects
-in his Incarnation............... vi. 231

-

in his
Sufferings............................ vi. 232

in his
preparing Heaven for us......... vi. 233

in our
Redeinption from death and hell.

vi. 234

in giv-
ing us the Guard of his Angels. vi. 235

in giv-
ing us his Holy Spirit............. vi. 236

our Sense and Im.
provement of it...................... vi. 237

in re.
spect of the Inequality of the Per-
sons..

............ vi. 238

in re
spect of our Unworthiness...... vi. 238

- - -- iu re.
spect of his Sufferings........... vi. 238

in re-
spect of Prepared Glory......... vi. 238

-

in re.
spect of the mercy of his Deliver.
ance....

...... vi. 239

vi. 20

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LOVE OF CHRIST, out Sense and Im Man, the faithful one hath three eyes,
provement of it in respect of the

the first of Sense, the second of
Tuition of his Angels............. vi. 239 Reason, the third of Faith. No. 82.
in re-

vi. 39
spect of the powerful working of - his folly in his best interests.
his Good Spirit.................... vi. 240

No. 32. vi. 58
Lowly, a Man may be too much so in - proud, envious, or angry, his
his dealing with Men; with God,

misery... ................ No. 37. vi.
he cannot....... ......... No. 63. vi. 95 , in some respects below the in-
Loyalty, of the English Clergy clear. ferior Creatures ...... . No. 38. vi.
ed; that of Separatists questioned.

of extraordinary parts makes

ix. 436 himself admired by singular be-
Lukewarmness in Religion, to be a-

haviour, which if a Man of com-
voided................................. vii. 434 mon faculty do but imitate, he
Lute, Meditation on bearing one well makes himself ridiculous. No. 60.
played on............ ............... vi. 177

vi. 65
Luther defended against the calum - , a Hungry one regards pot the

nies of the Papists................ ix. 101 form of his Platter...... No. 76. vi.
Lutheran Churches, their undue aliena. - , his distrust of Providence, No.
tion from the other Reformed. viii. 53

. 87. vi. 73
Luther's three Masters, Prayer, - , seldom eminent for sundry na-
Temptation, Meditation... No. 85.

tural faculties : with spiritual gifts

it is otherwise.............. No. 7. vi. 83
Lying dosen to rest, Meditation on. vi. 129

, none so base, but some bave

admired him; none so good, but
Madness, he is a rare man that hath

some have detracted from him. No.
not some kind reigning in him, No.

20. vi. 86
83. vi. 100 - Meditation on the sight of one
- - to presume on our interest

sleeping... ........ ............ vi. 200
in God's favour, for the securing of - Meditation on the sight of one
our sinfulness from judgment. No. left-handed............ ............. vi. 202

32. vi. 263 - Meditation on the sight of one
Magistrale, The Good, Character of.

yawning............ ......... vi. 205

vii.- 93 , Meditation on the sight of one
Magistrates addressed ................ V. 96 · drunken....

........... vi. 217
Mahometanism refuted.............. vii. 178 , some things which are laudable
Maker, our striving against him, the in him, but cannot be incident unto
Sin of it.................
............. i. 137

God.......

.............. No. 47. vi. 279
Male and Female, no difference in - placed in a middle rank be-
their spiritual advantages. No. 73. tween Angels and Brutes. No. 62,
vi. 287

vi. 280
Mal-content, The, Character of... vii. 103 - God made him the lord of his
Malefactor, Meditation on a penitent .creatures, not a tyrant. No. 100. vi. 304

.... ............ vi. 179 , the greatness of God to be seen
Mammon, The Righteous, Sermon on.

in him .........

................... vii, 353
Manasseh taken captive.

.............. ü. 123
Man in his degenerate nature differs

seeks'the Lord in his afflic-
only from a Beast in Shape, Speech,

tion..........

........... ii. 124
Ratiocination....................... v. 321

, his restoration............ ii. 125
, compared to a variety of Monna, Israelites fed with it......... i. 88
Beasts... ............................. v. 324

, Israelites loath it............ i. 137
, how he became so like a Beast.

- , heavenly, Soliloquy on..... vi. 378

v. 324 Manners, Depravation thereof, the
, The, Character of, Sermon on.

danger of it by Travel............ X. 249

P. 410 Manoah, his Wife with the Angel... i. 213
his Vileness, David's wonder L ., his Wife's faith............. i. 317
at it.......

............ v. 411 Marriage, Meditation on the sight of
-, wbat be is in his being....... V. 414

............. vi. 168
his Transitoriness............. V. 417

of Ecclesiastical Persons,
-, God's Mercy to bim, David's Epistle to Mr. John Whiting in its
wonder at it........................ V. 421 defence......

........ vii. 149
-, placed between God and the

, honourable in all........ ix. 125
inferior Creatures....... No. 65. vi. 16 - of Clergymen, its Antiquity.

-, the evil art: the gond, their tem-
per in respect to God and Satan. Marriage, not made a Sacrament by

No. 72. vi. 18 the Church of England ........... ix. 444

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Marriages, how much weight Wealth

to be made known and
should have in forming them...... i. 335

dissolved............... viii. 493
Marry, forbidding to do so, a doctrine Maturities, human, have their period,

of Devils ............................. ix. 94 only Grace hath none... No. 15. vi. 85
Martyrdom came early into the Means, to be used, not rested in.
World ..........
........... i. 16

No. 69. vi. 17
Martyrs, why so courageous in Death, Meat, how to be used by Christians.
while we fear a natural one. No. 3.

No. 19. vi. 86
vi. 48 MEDITATIONS AND Vows: DIVINE
- the opinion of their reign

AND MORAL. Century I....... vi.
with Christ on earth, retuted.... X. 118

Cen-
Master and Servant, Solomon's account tury II. ............. ................. vi,

of them, digested from Proverbs
and Ecclesiastes.................... x. 61 tury III. .............

................ vi.
Matrimony, Teo Cases of Conscience Meditation, to be persevered in. No. 1.
concerning it answered :
1. Whether marriaye, ,with-

what renders it easy or
out or against the pa.

difficult..................., No. 37. vi. 90
rents' consent, may be MEDITATION, DIVINE, THE ART OF.
accounted lawful. viii. 451

vii. 41
2. Whether divorce may be

- , its Benefit and Uses,
admitted on any other

universal to all Christians....... vii.
account than for the

, Description and Kinds
violation of the Mar-

of it ........... .............. vii. 45
riage-Bed.............. viii, 460

- Extemporal ....... vii. 45
3. Whether after a lawful di.

, Cautions
vorce for adultery, the concerning.............. ........... vii. 46
innocent party may

- Deliberale : wherein,
marry again......... viii, 464 in respect of the Qualities of the
4. Whether a father may com-

Persons, he must be pure from his
pel the child to marry as

sins...................................vii. 47
he shall appoint.......viii. 468

m om

free
5. Whether the marriage of from worldly thoughts............vii. 48
brother's or sister's cbil-

-

con-
dren be lawful....... viii. 470 stant in time and matter.........vii. 48
6. Whether a witnessed con-

, in respect
tract, or espousals, be

of the Circumstances, the Place
necessary before mar.

must be solitary ....................vii.
riage ..................viii. 474

, the
7. Whether there ought to be

Time suitable........................vii.
a prohibition and for-

, the
bearance of marriages Site and Gesture of body composed.
aod marriage-duties, for

vii.
some appointed times.

-- in respect
viii. 477 of the Matter and Subject.......vii. 53
8. Whetber marriages may

~ , in respect
be valid withont a minis. of the Order, the Common En-

ter...... .............. viji. 479 trance must be Prayer.. .........vii. 54
9. Concerning Banos...... viii, 480

, the
10. Whether, and in what eases,

Particular Entrance must be the
marriages may be an-

Choice of Matter........... ..... vii.
nulled'................. viii. 482

-, the Practice of
Three Additionals:

it illustrated, in an Example of
1. Whether a marriage, con-

Meditation on Eternal Life, as the
summate betwixt the

Eod..

........... vii. 58
uncle and niece, be so

- in an
utterly unlawful, as to

Example of Meditation on Death,
merit a sentence of pre-

as the Means........................ vii. 73
sent separation....... vj. 485 Mediators, the multiplication there-
2. Whether it be lawful, for a

of impeaches the Priestly Office of
man to marry his wife's

Christ............

........... ix. 67
brother's widow ..... vij. 491 Meek complying with each other en-
3. Whether an incestuous mar-

joined........... ........................ 468
riage, the parties being Melanchthon, his attestation to the
igaorant thereof, ought rite of Confirmation ................ix. 801

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