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and take heed we add not to their
trouble . . . . . ib.
šect. 1. That magistracy is an ordi.
nance of God : that by him magis.
titles given to them .
CHAP. XXIII. Ofan oath for testimony,
confirmation, and ending of contro-
oaths . . . . . . ib.
See more of church officers, chap. xxv.
as members thereof, . . ib.
of Jesus Christ in general, as such $40
his church, chap. xiv.
their stated regulations in constant
worship . . . . . ib.
Eighthly. Of other acts done in and by
these particular churches, in sending
See Church discipline in this chapter,
and the order of it . .
Chap. XXIX. Of consideration, medi-
III. Of the churches duty toward See God's reasonings with sinners, ch, xiv.
CHAP. XXXII. Of death; or the laying
several ends in scripture mentioned 354
ing to the judgment; and rendering
unto every man according to his deeds
done in the body, whether good or
See waiting for Christ's coming, ch. xiv.
CHAP. XXXV. Of the glory prepared
and reserved for believers, at the ap-
Ord. II. Reading, teaching, preach. See the end of the wicked, chap. iv,
Chap. XXXVI. Of knowledge and un-
See of the word of God, chap. i.
See more of the sottish nature of man,
Ord. IV. Breaking of bread, or See also the giver of knowledge, ch. xviii.
the Lord's supper . . . 359 Chap. XXXVII. Of this present world,
and the titles, honours, pleasures, and
them; the snares and temptations in
crisy: the spirit and practices of such,
Chap. XXXVIII. Ofidolatry, setting up
and calling upon the name of the Lord, Cuap. LXIV. Of theft
tianity, and difficulty of being a Chris | wherein men may be said to tempt him ib.
tian indeed . . . . . 438 Chap. LXVII. Of witchcraft: or dealing
spiritual improvement; not to be neg- Chap. LXVIII. Of a hardened heart,
. 4401 and God's giving men up to hardness
Chap. XLVIII. God takes notice of the Chap. LXXI. Of resignation to, and
first dawnings of amendment 413' contentment with, all God's dispensa-
Chap. LIII. Of voices, dreams, and vi Chap. LXXIV. Neither external privi-
sions, by which God declared his mind leges, nor our righteousness alone, can
of old . . . . . . 450 be our security against judgments here,
CHAP. LV. Of Israel's return from the Chap. LXXV. Of words and actions
countries into which they are scat that are neither true nor good, spoken
. .454 or undertaken on the politic views of
first day of the week . . 457 Chap. LXXVI. Of words or sayings ex-
tion, discontent, strife . . . ib. Chap. LXXVII. Of awakened sinners,