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Left-Hand not knowing what another. An effect of Peri
fecution. I. 300.
Love due to an Adversary.
Luft. Better dealt with at a Di.
cating. II. 218.
sed against them. 220.
The temporal Dangers of
the World. I. 432, &c. Dangers of them to the Pab-
pressed. 456, 462. Luxury and Drunkenness de.
140. III. 175.
Luxury prevailing. 257.
Looking, seeing, and considering,
A D or melancholy Per-
fons; our Duty to
them. I. 196. 202.
Magiftracy. The Necessity of
Power for private Resent-
a good Mark of it's Divi- Magistrates Office ; Lawful to
Christians. II. 381.
an Adversary forbid. III.
quisite to Prayer. IV. 149.
it. III. 304.
Mammon. God and Mammon, Mercifulness described. I. 193,
their Service inconsistent. III. &c. 197, &c.
301,&c. 305. 307, & c. 314. The objects and Acts of it.
All Mercies of this Life and that
which is to come promised
to the Merciful. 207, &*c.
Mercies external promised them.
Mercies internal promised them.
how reasonable. 290, &c. Eternal Mercies promised them.'
How deliberately it is to be gone Merit and Supererogation. III.
a Respect to be paid to them.
Ministry. A Gospel-Ministry af-
serted. I. 250.
Invaded by the Quakers. 250.
Duty to their Servants. II. raged III. 145
Miracles. Not for the ordina.
explained. III. 302. 312.
are required, when Duty is
not the only Government al-
Monitor. Like a wise Physician.
mility, Resignation, Content fary to a good Christian. I.
Chrift a great Encourager of
Gospel-Graces Promoters of
Advanced by Christ beyond
Several Opinions and Practices
rity. I. 203.
Signs of God's Favour. II.
An Error in Morals more dan His Anxiety the Occasion of his
gerous than a speculative Er Melancholy and Death. 349.
Nature and Art. The Difference
described. 62, &c. 92. Necessaries of Life, we are to
come nearest the Spirit of We are not to expect that they
will be laid in all at once ;
dence for them. 167, &c.
the Chriftian Morals. III. 12. treated in order to their Con.
the Messiah would difpenfe Neighbour. Consideration of his
Circumstances. I. 197.
Christians. II. 33, 34, &c. Good. I. 495, &c.
by the Jews, to one of the
Neighbour. IV. 175. 184.
God. 177. 183.
Our Duty to our Neighbour
stances when the Sermon on
the Monnt was preached. I.54.
mon on the Mount. 69, &c. An Oath described. II.
The Conditions required to an
Affertory and promissary Oachs.
What falves from the Perfor-
mance of promiffary Oaths.
But honourably mentioned in Sixth Commandment.
Oftentation of Devotion. III. 51,
&c. 78. casions allowed. 349.
Over-ruling the Actions of wick-
AIN and Sickness. Our
ral Duties, fincere, universal, them. I. 196. 202.
conftant, chearful. 62. Parables. Gospel-Parables and Temporary Obedience. III. 9.
Similes commended. I. 431. Obedience to God's Laws pray
Pardon of Sin. The Conditions ed for. 156, &C.
on which it is to be obtained. The Imperfectness of our Obe III. 182, &c.
Parents their Duty to season the The Chearfulness of our Obe
Minds of their Children with
good Principles. I. 417. Obedience described. IV. 293, Parity the Mother of Confusion.
&c. 306. 308, &c. 338. Sincere, universal, conftant. 343) Particularity, too much of it a
fault in Prayer. III. 96. Object of divine Worship. God Parting Man and Wife. The only. III. 105;
evil Consequences of it. II. Against the Papifts worshipping 300. 309. Saints. 106.
Party. Kindness to our own Occafions of Sin to be avoided. Party, a very low Degree of II. 265
Virtue. II. 428. Persons occafioning Sin how to Addictedness to Party. IV. 51. be abandoned. 270, &c.
The Evil of Party-quarrels. 205.
fending, our Duty to him. I. 174
The Spirit of Party. ibid.
Paffive Obedience. The right
Notion of it. I. 239. in Religion, how to be esti Paftors. Their Duty to their mated. II. 56.
Flocks. I. 417 Our Opinions how to be pro The Necessity of Pastors, and posed. 176.
outward Ordinances. II. 180. A better Opinion of our Neigh- The sad Condition of those
bour, and a worse of ourselves, Countries that are without
How Pastors may inveigh againk
Vice. IV. 10.
Patience. Several Helps to Pa It includes all Christian Virtues.
Advices to go on to Perfection.
The Quaker's Doctrine of finless
Christians. I. 467, &c. Perjury. How many Ways
to the Peace of the World. I.
It is highly injurious to Man-
The best way to avoid it. 324.
Perfecution. A persecuting Spi-
rit condemned. I. 402.
Our Duty to our Neighbour un.
bers of the Church. 247, &c. The Kingdom of Heaven pro-
fecuted for Righteousness fake.
Persecution the Lot of Christ's
The Spirit of Chriftianity with
fure of Christian Graces. 263, Persecution foretold to Chri-
Portion in Heaven. 267. Tempers of both good and bad
It is the Effect of worldly Inte-
with spiritual Joy. I. 137. 313
The Predi&tion of it a Discou.,
Neceifaries, a Breach of the It is appointed by God for our
Sixth Commandment. II. 133. good. 326.