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joy. Againd the third, cat, 131. tions and devices of men, con, 21, Agriost the fourth, cat. 119. Sias 1. Religious worship not instituted of inferiors, cat. 128. Sins of fu- by Gud himself is not to be used periors, cat 130 Sins of equals,

or approved, cat. 109. All super. cat. 132. Sios against the fixth com. ftitious devices, &c. finful, cai. mandment, cat. 136. Against the 109. III. leventh, 139. Agaiost the eighth, Supper, See Lord's fapper. cat. 142. Again't the ninth, cat. Surety, Chrift the furety for believ. 145. Against the tenth, cat. 148. ers, cat. 71. He was througbly Sincerity. Believers loveChrist infin- furnished to execute that office, cerity, con, 18. 1. They are never con. 8. 3. And God acceptech sautterly deftitute of fincerity of tisfaction from him as their surety, heart, con. 18. 4. Ministers ought cat. 71. to preach fincerely, cat. 159. We Suretyihip, that is not accessary, is to are to pray with sincerity, cat, be avoided, cat. 141. Suspension 185. God is pleased to accept and

from the Lord's table, con. 30. 4. reward the good works of believ. Swearing, See oaths. Vain or rash ers, which are sincere, con, 16.6. swearing, by the name of God, or Singing of pfalms, a part of religi- to swear at all by any other thing, ous worship, con, 21.5.

is to be abhorred, con, 32. 2. slandering, finful, cat. 145.

Synods, See counsels. Songs that are lascivious, forbid.

T den, cat, 139

ALE-BEARING, cat. 145. The Soul of man is immortal, con, 4. 2. cat. 17. The state of souls, his children to manifold temptatiwhen feparate from their bodies, ons, con. 5.5. The wicked given con, 22. 1. cat 86.

up to the temptations of the world, Sovereignty. God hath most sove- con. 5.6. Temptations to an are. reign dominion over his creatures,

to be avoided and resifted, cat 99. co do by them, for them, or upon 66. 135. 138. How temptation is them, whatsoever he pleafeth, to be prayed against, cat. 195. con, 2. 2. The light of nature Testament,

Testament, The books of the old Deweth that God hath lordship and and new testament are the word of Lovereignty over all, coo. 21, 1. God, con. 1. 2. cat. 3. And the Eternal sovereignty to be ascribed only rule of faith and obedience, to God alone, cat, 196. We are to ibid. See feriptures. pray with due apprehensions of his Testament, why the covenant of tovereign power, cat, 175: 189. grace is called a teftament, con. 7. Spirit, See Holy Ghost.

4. As it was adminitred under the Stage plays, forbidden, cat, 139. law, it is called the old reftament, Stews, not to be tolerated, cat, 139. c00. 7. 5.

And as adminiftred unSupererogation, impoffible, con.

con. . der the gospel, it is called the new

testament, con. 7. 6. Superiors, why siled fathers and Thanksgiving, to be joined with mothers, cat. 125. How to be ho

prayer, con. 21. 3. cat. 108. 178.. noured, con. 23.4, cat. 127. Their It is to be made in the name of duty, con. 23. 1, 2, 3; cat. 129. Chrift, con. 25. 3. Solemn thanks Their fins, cat: 130. See magistracy. giving, a part of religious worship, Si perftition. God may not be wor- coni 21. . "oned accord ng to the imagina


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Toleration. A false religion got to after judgment, con. 33. 2 cat. 89. be tolerated, cat 109

Will the councils of God's will; Tradition, no pretence for using fu- most wife and holy, con. 3. 1. cat. perstitious devices in the worship 12. It is unfearchable, con. 3. 7. of God, cat, 109. No traditions of cat, 13. It is free and immutable, men to be added to the scripture, con 5. 1. cat 14. And most righcon. 1.6.

teous, con. 2. 1. How the will of Trapsubftantiation is repugnant not

God is to be done and submitted only to fcripture, but to common to, cat 192. The will of God, refenfe and reason, con 29. 6. And vealed in the scriptures is the only is the cause of manifold fuperftiti- rule of faith, worship and practice, ons, yea of gross idolatries, ibid. See fcripture. Chrit revealeth to The iree of life was a pledge of the his church by his Spirit, and word covenant of works, cat, so

the whole will of God, in all things The Trinity, fee God, persons. cocerning their 'edification and Truth between man abd man, bow flvation, cat 48. preserved and promoted, cat. 144. Fee-will. The will of man is neiWhat things are contrary to it,

her forced, nor by any abfolute cat. 145

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do good or evil, con. 3. 1. 9. 1, TNION of the elect with Christ, Man in his state of innocency had

con. 25: 1. 26. 1. cat 68. It freedom and power to will and do is inseparable, cat. 79. Believers good, con. 4. 3.9. 2. cat. 17. Ry are united to one another in love his fall he lost all ability of will to con. 26. 1.

any fpiritual good accompanying Union of the two natures in Chrit, falvation, con, 6

2.4 9. 3. cat. See personal union.

25. 192. The will is renewed in Unregenerate, the use of the moral conversion, con. 9. 4. 1Q 1. cat. law to them, cat. 96. Theirelt 67. It is made perfealy and imworks cannot please God, anduhy, mutably free to do good alone in con. 16. 7. But their neglechto do the late of glory only, con. 9.5. what God commands, is mxe fin- Word. See {cripture, reading, ful, ibid.

preaching, hearing. Vocation, See calling,

Worldly-mindedness, finful, cat. Vow, a part of religious worship, 105. 142. con. 21. 5. What it is, wd how to Works. What are good works and be made, con. 22. 5.). To be what not, con. 16. 1. Good works made to God alone, on 25. 6. are the fruits and evidences of a cat. 108. What powsze unlawful, true and lively faith, con, 16 2. con. 22. 7. Violatig of lawful

The uses and ends of good works, vows, and fulfilling of unlawful, ibid. Ability to do good works is is sinful, cat. 113.

wholly from the Spirit of Christ, Ufury, unlawful, cat:' 42.

con. 16. 3. The actual influence W

of the Spirit is required for the be aged by christi- performance of them, ibid. This ans under the new teftament, is no plea for negligence, ibid. con. 23. 2.

Supererogation, imposible, con. The Wicked. Teir condition in 16. 4. We cacoct by our best this lite, cat. 8; Immediately af: works merit pardon of lin or eterter death, con. 1. cat. 86. hand

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nal life at the hand of God, and God himself, cat. 109. But there why con. 16 5. Yet the good are fome circumstances concerning works of believers are accepted by the worship of God which are to God in Christ, and rewarded, con. be ordered by the light of nature 10, 6. The works of unregenerate and Christian prudence, according mea cannot please God, and why, to the general rules of the word, con, 16


But to negle&t to do con. 1. 6. Religious worship is to what God commands, is more fin- be given to God the Father, Son, ful, ibid. All persons shall in the and Holy Ghost, and to him alone; day of judgment, receive accord- and that only in the mediation of ing to what they have done in the Christ, con. 21. 2. cat. 179. 181. body, whether good or evil, con. The parts of religious worship,

con. 21. 3.5. Religious worship Worship. To God is due from his

not tied to any place, but God is creatures, wbatever workip his to be worshipped every where is pleased to require, con. 2. 2. The {pirit and truth, as in private falight of nature shewerh that Gd

milies daily, and in fecret, each is to be worshipped, con. 21. ! one by himself; so mure folemnly But the acceptable way of worship in the public assemblies, which are ping God, is indituted by himseli

not to be neglected, con. 21. 9. in the scriptures, ibid He may not Wrath, fee curfe. be worshipped according to the in maginations and devices of men,

Z con 21 1. cat. 109. False wor.

EAL for God, a duty, cat. 104. Ship is to be opposed, cat. 108. As

corrupt blind and indiscreet also any worship not instituted by

bal, linful, cat, 105.


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