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Trees, Meditation on the sight of Untowardness, in matter of Faith. v. 382

two, one high, the other broad. vi. 217 URBAN, POPE, HIS INURBANITY,
Trust, not to be placed in Riches...V. 111 ANSWER THERETO ............... ix. 343

in God; not in Riches........ v. 115 Use, want of it, causeth disability;

upon Trial, Soliloquy on .... vi. 343 and custom, perfection. No. 47. vi. 92
Truth, Wicked Men's Judgments oft Usury condemned.................... vii. 33

times are forced to yield unto it. i. 323 - explained...................... vii. 33
- , a Commodity to be bought. v. 184
- ., of whom to be purchased...v. 185 · Vacuity, none in Nature... No. 4. vi. 4

o, the price of it................ V. 185 Vail, the Women's, Sermon on..... V. 484
- , if precious, why so neglected. Vain-glorious, The, Character of. vii. 109

v. 187 Valiant Man, The, Character of...vii. 89
, neglected because it is plain Valour, true Christian...... No. 74. vi. 287
and homely ......... .......... V. 187 Vanities, earthly, the sight of God
, neglected because it is dis-

frees us from being transported
tasteful..................................

with them...................... .....vii. 346
, the sale of it forbidden ......v. 188 Variety, allowable, Soliloquy on.... vi. 351

, several infallible marks to Varieties of Religion, Satan's Temp-
know it from error............. .... v, 191 tation to think them acceptable to God,
--- wants no adorning. No. 22. vi. 87 repelled.............................. viii. 296
, distinction to be made there Vashti cast off............................ii. 163

................ viii. 356 Vengeance, that God threatens to in-
Truths, the different kinds, to distin-

flict upon Israel.................... V. 348
guish between them, a rule of Mode Via MEDIA: THE WAY OF PEACE

ration.................................... vii. 438 IN THE Five BUSY ARTICLES,
Truths, fundamental, to rest in such as

COMMONLY KNOWN BY THE NAME
are clearly revealed, a rule of Mode-

OF ARMINIUS..................... ix. 817
ration............

.............. vii. 443 Vices of Men more easily discerned
---, unimportant, to be remiss and

than their Virtues...... No. 64. vi. 16
easy both in our Opinion and Censure Vices, CHARACTERISMS OF ...... vii. 99
respecting them, a rule of Modera Vicissitudes of the Seasons and of the

.............. vii. 445 condition of a Christian, necessity
----, the difference of them, and

of them .....................No. 45. vi. 271
the importance of those which con-

of Favours and Crosses, the
cern religion........ ................vij. 46

consideration of them, requisite to
-- , requisite, to labour and pray

contentment...................... viii. 21
for further Humination therein, a way Vilest things, with us, are most com-

of Peace for a Private Person. viii. 73 mon: with God, the best things are
- , a yieldableness upon sight of most frequently given. No. 56. vi. 94
clearer, a fit disposition for Peace. Vine, Israel compared to a fruitful one.
viii.

; v. 342
, all not fit to be at all times --, Christian compared to one..
urged............ .............. viii.

No. 79. vi. 71
-, the numberless subdivisions Vineyard, God's, the Blessings, Sins,
of them the occasion of controver-

and Judgments of, Sermon on.... v. 341
sies.................................. viii. 95 VIRGIDEMIARUM: SATIRES. Six
Tulips and Marigolds, 8c. Meditation

Looks................................. X. 275
on the sight of in the garden.... vi. 152 Virgin Mary, her grief imagined on

seeing Jesus on the Cross......... ii. 499
Unconstant, The, Character of.... vii. 105 Virginity, to be honoured and desired.
Understanding deceitful.............. v. 133

ix. 100
of our Gentry, rather

-, every vow thereof not un-
likely to be injured than improved

lawful, nor every breach of such
by Travel............................. X. 234 vow sinless........................ ..ix. 103
Universities and Inns of Court, dauger

, on the possibility or im-
of sending Youth thither too early. x. 2291 possibility of keeping a vow thereof.
Unproficiency, the Ground of, Soliloquy

ix. 106
on .................................... vi. 356 -

the power thereof not
Unregeneration and Deadness in Sin, granted to all.......................ix. 108

the sick soul's complaint thereof Virtue, every one resembled by some

answered.......... ............ viji. 124 special Vice...............No. 82. vi. 20
Unthrift, The, Character of...... vii. 113 - , rests in its own consciousness,
Untoward Generation, Salvation from

No. 43. vi. 32
an, Sermon on...................... . 377

the best riches ; Knowledge,
Untowardness, in matter of Belief. v. 381 the next; Riches, the worst. No. 44. *
», in Action .............. V. 38%

vi. 32

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Virtue, envied, a comfort under 1n1 Wicked, their peace........ No. 41. vi. 12

famy and Disgrace..............., viii. 144 Wicked Man afraid of every thing;
VIRTUES AND VICES, CHARACTERS the Godly Man, of nothing.... No.
OF. Two Books..................vii. 81

74. vi. 36
VIRTUES, CHARACTERISMS OF... vii. 85

---, every day increaseth his
, counterfeit and true, the

condemnation.......... No. 100. vi. 78
differences between them enume Wicked, many have stumbled at his
rated..........
........................ vii. 377

prosperity.................. No. 3. vi. 310
Voluptuous Man, a Beast...... ..... v. 325 Wickedness making a Fruitful Land
Vows, the Sick Man's, Soliloquy on. vi. 392 Barren, Sermon on................. V. 231

Widows, what is meant by those who
Waldenses and Albigenses allowed

married forsaking their first faith.
Episcopal Government............ix. 597

ix, 96
Walking with God, intimates Pre Wise, the loss of a virtuous one miti-
sence, Familiarity, and Motion,

gated.

........ viii. 154
(See these words)................. vii. 298 --., Solomon's Description of one,

, we must discharge digested from Proverbs and Eccle-
this duty, by walking with God

siastes... .......................... X. 57
only, straight forwards, cheerfully, Will deceitful.....

........... v, 135
constantly .......................... vii. 319
.............. vii. 319 WILLIO, D. BALTASARI EPISTOLA.

WILLIO
---, will- procure us

ix. 849
Honour, Comfort, Security, Advan Wisdom of God, which over-reaches
tage.........

.............. vii. 333 all the finite conceits of his crea-
Way, Meditation on the length of the.

tures....... ........................ i. 270

vi. 120 - foolish; and wise Ignorance.
- the Narrow, Soliloquy on ... vi. 380

No. 3. vi.
Want, beneficial, Soliloquy on...... vi. 383

of God, in placing Gold and
, how many do not know how

Silver under our feet; and the Hea-
to want.............................. viii. 6 vens above us, and open to our
, who they are that know how

view........................ No. 86. vi. 41
to want........... .......... viii. 8 - Christ made ours......... viii. 230
War, People that deligh: in it, ene Wise Man, The, Character of...... vii. 85

mies of the Church ............... y. 259 Witnesses, a Million of, privy to all
- , its miseries should excite us to

we do....................... No. 84. vi. 72
thankfulness for Peace............. V. 482 Woman, covering her head, significa-
Warfare, Spiritual, admits no inter-

tion of the power of the husband,
mission..................... No. 25. vi. 87
Wars, Spiritual and Intellectual, we Women repair to the Sepulcbre...... ii. 502

must contribute our utmost to the Wonder at God's Workmansbip. No.
cessation of them...... ............ V. 480

56. si. 65
, Meditation on hearing the ru Wood, rotten, Meditation on seeing
mours of them ................... vi. 191 the shining of a piece of......... vi. 218
Wasp, Meditation on the stinging of Word, an honest one, better than a

one..................................... vi. 182 careless Oath........... No. 45. vi. 32
Wasps, Meditation on the sight of - 17 Artion, no one but may be

them falling into a glass......... vi. 158 taken with two hands.. No. 97. vi. 76
Watch taken asunder, an emblem of a - of God, to be reverenced., vii. 356
distempered Church and State.

----, Directions for reading

No. 9. vi. 249 and hearing it. (See Reading and
Water, Creation thereof ................. 7

Hearing)........................... vii. 50
Water-spring, Meditatiou on the sight Words, good, nothing more cheap... i. 536
of one................................. vi. 149

and Diseases grow upon us with
Wealth, true, Soliloquy on......... vi. 367 years....... ............... No. 54. vi. 03

, the cares that allend it, a com Works of the Lord, Bebeld.........., v. 470
fort under poverty............... viii, 158

-, worth beholding. v. 471
- , the imperiousness of ill-aset, a

, Eyes given us to
comfort under its los 3............viii. 158 behold them........ ..... v. 471
Wcalthy enougk, grent enough, haploy

, Lord delights to
enough, who are so...... No. 59. vi. 65 · have them beheld .................. v. 479
Weather, Meditation on the change

, Men, and Angels
of it.........

............ vi. 167 only of all the creatures can notice
Wheel, Meditation on the sight of one.

them ................................ . 91-
vi. 225

--, Benefit to our-
Wicked Men, mistrust the height of

ght of

selves of observing them ........ V. 475
Impiety to which they afterwards

- e , particularities of
arrive.......

.............. ii. 73 them ........

V. 487

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Works of the Lord, in Judgment and getting, afford short pleasure in en-

Mercy, Sermon on................. V. 470 j oying........................ No. 2. vi. 26
World, an expression of wide scope. Worldly Good, Past, Present, or Fu-

ture, folly of trusting to any of
Worldly, The Fashions of the, Sermon

them..... .... ......... No. 23. vi. 56
on ..................................... V. 276

Cares, fitly compared to
- , its wickedness displayed..., v. 285 Thorns ..................... No. 40. vi. 91
- , they only happy, who use it

Hopes, their uncertainty. No.
as if they used it not... No. 32. vi.

24. vi. 324
- , compared to a Stage. No. 30.

things, a right estimation of
vi.

them, a means to keep the heart
, God made it all, and yet but tender................................ vii. 371
a small part of it is his... No. 51. Worlds, the Visible and Invisible, the

Comparison of both, and how our
--, one half of it knows not how

thoughts and affections should be
the other lives............ No. 17. vi. 86. taken up with the Invisible..... vi. 506
--, Meditation on the view of it, Worm, Meditation on the sight of one.
vi. 181

vi. 164
--, Meditation on the sight of the Worse condition of others, the conside-
map of it..

............... vi, 215 ration of this, requisite to Content-
- , we live in the Old Age of it. ment................................ viii. 14

No. 68. vi. 284 Worship God with Reverend Gesture
--, its Miseries and Vanity, the as well as inward Devotion. No.
Soul's reflections on............... vi. 401

80. vi. 19
- ., Epistle to Lord Denny on the WORSHIP OF GOD, HOLY DECENCY

Contempt of it.................... vij. 122 THEREIN............................ vii, 473
- ., Epistle on the method of using Wrath of God, freedom from it by
it without danger........... ..... vii. 257 Christ........... ............... v, 370

, separation therefrom, how re. Wretchedness, our own, to be contem-
quired............................... ix.

plated .......... ............... vii. 349
—, conversation how far to be

consists in frail-
held with it....... ...............

ty, guilt, pollution................. vii. 350
Worldling, life of, miserable. No. 17.

vi. 8. Youth should learn, and Age teach.
every one a Hypocrite.

No. 61. vi. 15
No. 33. vi. 10
-, pampers his Body, and Zaccheus, his desire to see Jesus... ii. 303
starves his Soul.......... No. 68. vi. 17 Zaccheus's and Stephen's Sight of
-, God corrects him not, be-

Christ..................... No. 91. vi. 299
cause he loves him not. No. 85. vi. 100 Zeal, praise of it...................... ii. 356
Worldly Good and Evil, Disdained.

required in the matters of God,
No. 11. vi. 6 but to be tempered with Discre-
- prosperity, a spare, No. 50. vi. 13 tion and Charity ................... vii. 435

pleasure attended with greater Zealot, Meditation on the sight of a
Misery ..................... No. 81. vi. 19 fantastical one..................... vi. 197

- things should not draw us be Zechariah, the High Priest, his death.
yond the bounds within which God

ii. 92
hath confined us......... No. 87. vi. 21 Zimri's fornication with the Midiani-
- require long labour in

tish Woman......

........... i. 148

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