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God, new character of revealed in the
Happiness of creatures, whether God's
last end, considered, i. 261. ii. 109.
Heathen, their moral state, means of
and ultimate end of virtuous actions, inexcusableness, i. 163–178. justly
punishable, ibid. ij. 203. iii. 279.
displeasure, i. 419.
- bound to love God with all the heart,
- their ignorance inexcusable, i. 166.
ledge, and rejection of the gospel, the
cause of its being withholden from
them, i. 164.
Jesus Christ, i, 16.
temper of heart, i. 17, 18.
High-priest, office of, under the law,
exhibited in the law, ii. 318. Holiness of God, i. 341.
Holiness required in the Divine law,
Hopkins, Dr. notions of, respecting the
necessary for receiving the gospel, i.
- reasons for, motives to, and means
of, what, i. 276_283.
- evangelical, nature of, what, i. 433.
Humility, the distinguishing character-
ascertainable, i. 248. how, 249. Hypocrite, legal, his hopes built on the
evangelical, the foundation of his
false experiences, what, i. 421. 434.
grace, i. 442. ii. 296.
i. 412, iii, 804.
Illumination, spiritual, nature and ne-
Jews, dealings of God towards them,
- unbelief and disobedience of, ibid.
ment of the holiness of the moral
law, and necessity of an atonement,
Jewish religion, divinity of, ü. 26.
Joy, false, what, ü 283.
rity, considered, i 221. 300. 312. John the Baptist, preaching of, what,
Justice of God, i. 82. 343.
displayed in the death of Christ, i.
353. 371. ï. 391.
Judgment, final, described, ii. 84.
on its transactions, ii. 88. 97.
i. 356. . 79.
by faith alone, i. 457. not by man's
graces, ii. 411.
Justifying faith, what, i. 437.
vine naturc and government, ii. 114. ii. 60-66.
tion of true rehgion, ii. 129. 175. is not believing that to be true wbich
is not believing that our sins are for
illustrated in twenty-four particulars,
- is not an act of the unregenerate
Knowledge of God, possible no further
- how obtained, ii. 337.
sinner's encouragement to come to licity to holy beings, ü. 77. 169.
Knowledge of the glory of God, wbat;
Kaowledge of our guilty and helpless Law of God given on Mount Sinai, a
condition, necessary to our under- plainer edition and republication of
the gospel, iï. 24.
what, ïi. 27.
Life, everlasting, promised to believers,
what, i. 449.
nature of, ii. 430.
Light, spiritual, nature and effects of,
Libertine, his language before the tribus ,
Love of God to us, various senses of,
consequences of supposing it abated a true knowledge of God, i. 54.
the criterion of moral character and - benevolence, i. 61-63.
- delight in him, i. 65.
takes its rise, i. 67.
from what he has done, and pro-
from his command and authority,
measure of love to God, what is re-
enthy of the gospel, ii. 205–212. Love to God, obligation to it binding,
originally from what he is in himself,
eternally, i. 108.
the foundation of all holy obedieuce,
i. 66. 192.
Love to God arising from an apprehen-
a discovery of his moral excellence,
false and spurious, i. 58. Note. 126.
promises life on condition of sinless – primary and chief motive that ought
to induce us to love, what, ii. 200, 201.
i. 135-139. ii. 221. 316.
described, i, 139-142.
Love to our neighbour, none without Means which God uses for the recovery
of sinners, what, i. 388. 409.
what ends to be used by them, i. 424.
-426. [See unregenerate.]
- external, sufficient to render the sub-
punishable. (Şee heathen.]
necessity of, i. 339. and why, i. 551.
interposition of, necessary before
mercy, iii. 450.
the procuring cause of all benefits to
man in the present world, i. 389. 103
pension of the threatened ruin, i. 403.
pone in the perfect obedience of
false notions of, i. 107.
i. 240. 317. ii. 34. Note. ii. 305. cited, considered, i. 320.
not to mitigate the severity of the
nor of the law of nature, i. 322.
329. but are from his own self-moving
Mercy, exercises of, what, i. 348.
380. 428. ii. 399.
effect, i. 409.
commencement of, i. 503.
- certainty of, i. 504.
the origin of evil, what, ii. 170. duration of, i. 511.
Ministers, duty of, i. 538.
respecting the proper subjects of bap- the churchi, iii. 124. 408.
Misery in itself undesirable to God, i.
him, ïïi. 325.
Moral excellency of God, a sight of, Obedience of creatures to God, rea.
why approved and rewarded, i. 79
Obedience, perfeet, lays God under no
the condition of life by the first
cellency and design of, ii. 352. [See promises life, iji. 18.
- sincere, not all that is required, i.
is insufficient, üi. 44.
Obligations, God under none to
- ours to live devoted to God many and
Obligation to love God ceases not from
duce conversion, i. 162. i. 535. - moral, foundation of, what, i. 814
Opposition of Jews and Gentiles to the
gospel, i. 418.
Original corruption, God not the au-
thor of, i. 219.
whence derived, i. 221.
motives by which we are to be in- Pardon of sin, inconsistent with the
Divine perfection, without an atone-
ment, ii. 343.
Parents, obligations of, to their baptised
children, iii. 185.
ous, iii. 258.
Patience and forbearance of God, abu.
greatness of, towards a rebellious,
to the Galatians, shown, ii. 12, 13.
- how discovered, i, 69--97.
- by his works, i. 70-93.
· by his word, i. 93-95.
- gloriously displayed in the death of
Permission of sin, lessens not the evil