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A TABLE OF CONTENTS,
Wherein the several General Heads are specified, the Sections and Subdivisions set down in order,
with a Reference to the Chapter and Page.
providence . .
Sect. vir. He is omniscient, omnipre-
sent, immense . .
Sect. 1. Corrupt, unclean, and despe.
See more of sin, chap. xiv.
See more of God's judgments against
sinners, chap. xiv.
ners under guilt, condemnation, and
wrath . . . . . . ib.
Sect. 1. From God only, and no other-
wise . . .
Sect. iv. The excellency of this Sa-
viour, his fulness, and dignity in his
See more in pardon and salvation by Christ
alone, chap. viji.
Sect. 1. He is Mediator. . . ib.
of man, and humbled himself. . ib.
away the hand-writing of ordi CHAP. XI. The children of God them.
not free from sinful dispositions and
sanctification . . . . 62 fore may deserve to be chastised of
our enemies : to rule for and in us . See God's threatenings and judgments
against sin and sinners, chap. xiv.
our completeness and perfection . 68 others : what God hath done, doth,
sins; reconciliation and peace with See the advantages of faith, chap. ix.
See the glory reserved for believers,
74 | Chap. XIII. Of the union and relation
between Christ and his church, and
In its nature and object . . Sect. ill. As fruits of love to God and
Christ, to delight themselves in God,
long for, pant after him, make their
boast of, glory and rejoice in God
and Christ, as their portion and rest.
And to obey and hearken to the
from others by their fruits , . ib. Christ . .
of the fruits of the Spirit, chap. xix.
See more in chap. XIV. and of idolatry,
In each duty in affliction, chap. xx.
Sect. v. To believe, and be found in
the practice of the things of God,
See more of afflictions, chap. XX. common
Pardon of sin, chap. viii.
I. Not in any else . . . ib. Sect. xvi. To walk with God heartily,
him fully and zealously: the reasons
and perseverance unto God in all
See also hypocrites, &c. chap. xxv.
Sect. xvii. To stick fast to God, and
not to depart from him: to abide
in the faith and practice of his will,
Sect. xi, To walk humbly before God,
sons . . . .
1. To persevere and abide in faith
See more of submitting in affliction, ch. xx.
affliction, chap. XX.
and patience: the encouragements
See more of God upholding us in afflictions,
seasonable, well ordered, and sa See more instances of the failings of God's
children, chap. xi.
Of the tempers, methods, &c. chap. xxviii.
CHAP. XV. Duties of believers, brethren
in the Lord, each to other, as such;
and as standing in that relation one to
Seot. 1. To love each other: the kinds
of it . . . . . . ib.
Sect. n. To sympathise with each other
In prayer, chap. xvi.
See also this duty, how we should behave to
See duties in general, sect. i.
See more of walking humbly, chap. xiv.
1. What sin isins to God: both
Sect. iv. Not rashly and unadvisedly Sect. vii. To behave humbly and cour-
teously toward all; giving them due
angry ; but tenderly forgive, cover Sect. VIII. To avoid all unnecessary
faults, and restore offenders in love 225 society and fellowship with wicked
whispering, tale-bearing, and what CHAP. XVIII. How men come truly and
peace . . . . . . 227 and Jesus Christ whom he hath sent;
1. To rebuke, exlort, &c.
Sect. I. Man of himself not able to do
Sect. viii. To be of one mind . 231 II. In particular, God gives the
knowledge of himself, &c. in the
things indifferent, to have respect See more of knowledge, chap. xxxvi.
Sect. 111. To give faith or ability to be
Of giving to enemies, chap. xx. .
See more of perseverance, chap. xiv.
Sect. vi. God, in Christ, doth com-
Chap. XVI. Duties of believers toward
mises, to come to him for these, and
children to their parents .
Sect. 11. Of the Spirit of Godo
and patiently toward them; bearing
II. More especially to Christian ***
believers . .
First, The Holy Ghost affirms it ib.
Sect. II. For wbat ends God doth cor-
benefits of God's children . 297
See of the ends of God in afflicting,
therance of the gospel , . 282 Christ himself, and of the saints in
and advantage to those who are Sect. iv. The duties of the saiuts, and
exercised with trouble, &c. . 289 bow they ought to behave them-
should bear up, stay, and comfort
and Man: . . . . S02
that for good ends . . . ib. See also common calamities, chap. xxi.
lievers : and that they can do no
See Persever ance, chap. xiv.
time, and continuance of afflic-
See more of prayer, chap. xiv.
In common calamities, chap. xxi.
commit their cause to God, and
upon them than they can bear , 291 · return evil for evil, or reviling
for reviling; but forgive them . ib.
in their persecutions, &c. . . 294 for avoiding and delivering them-
selves and otbers from afflictions
afflictions and distresses of the
· sufferings, that it be for well do-
ing, for Christ, and a good con-