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It is to be taken as out of God's Holy Practice requisite to
Hand, not from the imme Prayer. IV. 148.
diate Instruments. 329. Praise for good Works how far
Prayer. For our Neighbour in
Diftress. I. 199.
of Persecution. 299.
mended. II. 166.
Prayer for an Adversary, 193.
69. 200. IV. 322.
ministerial Office. III. 62.
lawful Pleasures. I. 231, &c. 140.
Prayer the great Secret of Sancti.
this Description. 114. Preparations and Difpofitions for
Prayer. III. 97, &c.
ing. II. 92.
are not bare Counsels of Per-
Pounds, Luke xix. I. 365. What we do with an Eye to
acts not from a Principle of his Honour. III. 23.
Peoples Minds. II. 16.
Piety. I. 429.
divine Presence. II. 165.
Preservation of the World by It is every one's Business to guard
againit them. 240, &c.
The destructive Doctrine of false Spiritual Pride described. II. 95. Prophets. 253, &c. 255. Pride and Vain-glory to be a Several of these false Doctrines in
voided in our good Works. stanced. 257, &c. Particularly, III. 1, &C.
(1.) All such as weaken the BePride and Vanity is a robbing lief of a future State. 257.
God of his Honour; like a (2.) Such as deny revealed Re-
away with Ship and Cargo. 8. the Scriptures. 258.
themselves. 258. Princes. Earthly Princes can't (5.) Such as make the Precepts ; reward all that suffer for them, only Advices of Perfection. as Chrift doth. I. 379.
258. Probation. This Life a State of (6.) They who reftrain them to Probation. I. 357.
Apoftles. 258. Profeffion. An open Profession (7.) Such as deny the Neceffity of Christianity. I. 465.
of Grace. 259. Promises. Temporal Promises (8.) Such as supersede our own
subordinate to eternal. I. 158. Endeavours. 259 The Promises in the several Bea (9.) Such as set up Soundness of
titudes distinct; as the Duties Opinion before Holiness. 259. to which they are annexed. The Fruits by which we may 183.
know false Prophets. 273. They result from the Virtues re. Providence. An Acquiescence
commended in them. 231. therein. III. 150, &c. The great Equity of the Pro An implicit general Acquief
miles and Threatnings. III. cence in Providence. 150. 232.
A particular explicit AcquiefPropagation of the Gospel prayed
cence. 152. for. 138, &c.
The Danger of observing ProProphets. The prophetick Spi vidence by halves. 212.
rit of our Saviour. I. 316. Providence in preserving and The Example of the Prophets re sustaining the several Creacommended. 390, &c. 400, &c.
tures. 344: The Prophets persecuted. 392, &c Prudence and Circumspectness Their Exemplariness in Virtue. required. I. 450.
Publick Persons in publick Truft, 395. Their pretended Crimes. 396. their Duty. III. 71. Their Sufferings : wherein like Purity in Heart. Described. I. the Apostles. 397, &c.
221. and recommended. 233. Who are meant by false Pro It prepares the Soul for the phets. IV. 238, &c.
Knowledge and Love of God.
Rejoicing under Persecution ;
Helps to it. I. 339, &c.
Religion a Cloak to Vice. Abo-
minable. III. 79.
Repentance. I. 133. 140. 225.
II. 279. III. 388. IV. 293.
Slight Notions of Repentance.
good things. III. 377.
Reputation. How tender we
should be of our Neighbour's
for Raiment. III. 360,&c.
partial. Observations ; how Resolution. Resolutions without
Prayer how weak. III. 200.
Holy Resolutions. IV. 319.334.
Reftitution. I. 176.
'dence to keep us from aiming
at ill things. III. 128.
ned. II. 371, &c.
the Scribes and Pharisees. 373.
Revenge forbid to private Men.
Revenge. III. 242.
&c. Rewards and Punishments, in
Why Heaven called a Reward.
It is for Christ's Honour, that
Rewards of the future State little
Gospel. II. 435
Peace. I. 249.
&c. 93. 95:
Rich. The rich Man enlarging Ignorance owing to their Ob his Barns. III. 426.
ftinacy. II. 89. Riches. The Difference betwixt Scribes and Pharisees false Prohaving and serving Riches. phets. IV. 242.
Scripture. All ' Errors in the Right-Eye and Right-Hand ex Interpretation of it, not plained. II. 258.
Breaches of the Church's Righteoufness. Several Senses of it. I. 162;
The Study of the Scripture reRighteousness imputed. 162.
commended. IV. 279. Moral Righteousness. 163. Seasoning is the tincturing Mens Righteousness : for Justice and Minds with good Notions and Honesty. 164.
Principles. I. 410. Righteous moral and imputed. This the Study of all Christians.
ibid. Pharifaical Righteousness. 773 Sects and Parties. Their Partia.
lity to their own Sect. II. 179. Evangelical Righteousness. 81. Seeing God described. I. 227. 94
The felicity of it. 228, &c. Righteousness taken for all Du- Self-defence. When lawful. II. ty. III. 3.
380. God's Righteousness. 400, &c. Self-denial. Learned by sufferRome. The Cruelty of that
ing. I. 294. Church. I. 218.
Self-denial compared to a Ship That Church guilty of imposing that bears up well againft the new Doctrines. 248.
Wind. IV. 226. Inventions in that Church to Self-Examination. II. 149, &c.
feed Hopes without real Ho and IV. 79, &c. liness. IV. 248.
Self-Flattery. II. 33. 187.
Self-Love and Self-Interest, blind S
the Understanding, that we
can't see our Duty. IV. 193. ALT of the Earth. A Senses. The Senses to be watched.
Character of Chriftians. I. ÍI. 162. • 406.
Separation. When not to be Samaritan. The charitable Samaritan. IV. 200.
Sermon on the Mount. Chri. Satisfaction. Chrift's Satisfac ftian Duties plainly and pertion. III. 188, &c.
fectly taught in it. I. 20. Savouriness amorig Christians ; Dedication. how preserved or recovered. The Occasion of the Sermon on
the Mount. I. 51. Say. I say unto you. A mark The Key to it. 58.
of Christ's Improvement of a The Hearers of it. The MulPrecept. III. 316.
titudes and the Disciples. 68. Scandal. How free the Primi. Whether the same with that
tive Church was from it. I. Luke vi. 78. 467
All preached at once to one AuScribes and Pharisees. Their ditory, 88.
made. I. 252
I. 427, &c.
It was designed to cure the com Means to be used for subduing mon Errors about the Mel
Consequences of them. 91. Progress of it. 266.
Sincerity much observed by 91. III. 376.
what is used to Apoftles. I. 92. Difference betwixt them. II. It belongs all to private Chri 158.
ftians, not Clergy, nor Ma Our own and others Sincerity, giftrates, nor Monastick Or how to be judged of. III. 48,
ders. 96, &c. 186. III. 62. &c. It is a general standing Rule to Slanderer compared to a disho all Christians. I. 98, &c.
neft Trader. IV. 22. It contains all things at that Small Faults to be born with in
time necessary to the Salva oihers. IV. 58. 81.
tion of the Hearers. IV. 299. Sobriety and Temperance. I. 130. It is a perfect System of Chri.
Chri- They are good Preparatives for ftian Morals. 304.
Socinians censured for impofing
Solitude. The Advantage of it
Christ's Example in it. 65.
with the Notion of the Text.
Soul. How it is improved in
the future State. IV. 231. explained. IV. 249, &c. Sounding the Trumpet. III. 16. Shining of our Light before Men, 32. is the giving a good Example. Spirit. The plentiful Effusion
of it by the Gospel. II. 437. Shortening Life. Unlawful Ac Strength. Spiritual Strength to tions occasioning it,
relift Temptations. III. 198. Breaches of the Sixth Com Stumbling in good People occamandment. II. 134.
fions greater Cautiousness. 199. Sickness. Our Duty to our Subje&ts. Practical Subjects not Neighbour in it. I. 196. 202.
all clear. I.
Preface. Simplicity and Veracity in Con Subfiftence. We are not to doubt versation. II. 357, &c.
of Subsistence we doing our Simplicity in Speech recom
Parts. III. 373. 385.
Suffering. Our Saviour's Suf-
but purely for Religion. 321.
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