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1. Cat, 71, Which he requireti GAMING, waltful gaming for
Self-examination, Cat. 171.
Forgiveness, See pardon. Excommunication, Con. 30.2, Fornication committed after con3, 4:
tract of marriage, a just ground Expiation. sin cannot be expiated of diffolving the contract, Con.
but by the blood of Christ, Con, 24. 5.
Fortune. To ascribe any thing to
fortune, is finful, Cat, 105.
72. God requireth nothing of Frugality, a duty, Cat. 141.
. as the condition to interest them Glory, the communion in glory in the Mediator of the cove with Christ, which believers ennant of grace, Cat. 32, It justi joy in this life, Cat. 83. Con. fies a finner in the sight of God 18,1, 2, 3. Immediately after only as it is an instrument by death, Con.32, 1. Cat. 86. At which he receiveth Christ and the resurrection and day of his righteousness, Con. 11. 2. judgment, Con, 32, 3, 33, 2. Cat. 73. Faith is the gift of God,
It is ordinarily The glory of his grace the end wrought by the ministry of the of election, Con. 3. 5. Cat. 13, word, Con. 14. 1. Increased and The glory of his justice the end strengthned by the word, sa of the decree of reprobation, craments and prayer,ibid. Often Con. 3. 7. Cat, 13. The glory of weakned but always gets the his eternal power, wisdom and victory, Con,14 3, Growing up goodness, the end of the creain many to a full assurance, tion, Con. 4.1. The manifestaCon.14.3. Cat.89. Good works tion of the glory of his wisdom, the fruit and evidence of true power, justice, goodness and faith, Con, 16.2. Cat.52. which mercy, is the end of all God's is neyer alone, but always ac works of providence, Con.5.1. companied with all other faving Cat.18. TheendofGod'sappoingraces, and is no dead faith, ting the last judgment is the mabut worketh by love, Con, 11, nifestation of the glory of his 2. Cat. 73
mercy and justice, Con. 32. 10. Fall of man, the nature and effects. Toglorify God is the chief end
of it, Con. 6. Cat. 21, 23, 25, of man, Cat. 1, God is glorified 27, 28, 29. Why permitted, by good works, Con. 16. 2. Con.6. 1, How all mankind con• Gluttony, a sin, Cat. 139.
cerned in it, Con. 6. 3. Cat. 22. God, the light of nature she weth Falling away. See perleverance. that there is a God, Con, 21, Family-worship dạily, required of
Cat.2, What it declares concernGod, Con. 21.6.
įng him, and of our duty to him, Falting, religious fafting, a duty, Con. 1, 1.21,1. It is not fuffici
Cat, 108, Solemn fasting a part ent to give that knowledge of
of religious worthip,con. 21, 5, God and of his will, which is Fellowship, Sce communion, necessary unto falvation, Con... Foreknowledge, all things come 1. Gut. 2, Theattributes or perto pals infallible according to
fections of God, Con. 2, 1, 2, the foreknowledge of God, Cone
Cat.7.191. There is botone onļy God, Con.2, 1, Cat.8. There
beis pleased to require, Con. 2. H Are fardened, Con.5.6. Belie
are threepersons in the Godhead, company faith. Con.14.2. Cat distinguishedby personalproper 73. Perseverance in grace, Con, ties, Con. 2 3. Cat. 9. 10. The 17. Cat. 79. Increase in grace, co-equality of the persous pro Con. 13, 1, 3. Cat, 75. 77. Alved, Cat. II. To him is due from furance of grace, Con, 18. Cat, all his creatures, whatsoever 80. 81, worship, service or obedience
Why and how 2. Our duty to God, Cat. 104, 108,112,116. What contrary to vers may have their hearts hardit, Cat.105, 109, 113, 119. Reli ned, Con. 17. 3, gious worship is to be given to Head. The elect are inseparably God the Father, Son, and Holy united to Christ as their head, Ghost, and to him alone; and Con,25,1,26.1. Cat.64.66. He that only in the mediation of is the only head of the church, Chrift, Con 21.2. Cat. 179.181. Con, 25. 6, God is to be worshipped in that Hearing. What is required of way only which he hath infti. those that hear the word preachtuted in the scriptures, Con. 21. ed, Con. 21. 5. L'at. 160. 1. Cat. 109. Toglorify God, and Heaven. The state of the blessed, fully to enjoy him for ever, is Con. 32, 1, 33, 2. Cat. 86.90.
the chief end of man, Cat. I. Hell. The state of the damned, Good works, See works. Con. 32,1,33,2. Cat. 29,86,89. Gospel. How the covenant of The meaning of these words in
grace is administred under the the creed, he descended into gofpel, Con.7.6. Cat.35. With Hell, Cat. 50. out the gospel no salvation, Cat. Hereticks to be rejected, Cat. 60. Con: 10.4. In itChrift doth
105. pot diffolve, but strengthen the Holinels. God is most holy in obligation to the obedience of all his counsels, works and cor, the moral law. Con. 19.5. Be
mands, Con.2.2. Man wascreate lievers under the gospel have a
ed holy after the image of God, greater boldness of access to the
Con. 4. 2. Cat. 17. But by the throne of grace, than believers fall he became wholly defiled, under the law did ordinarily
Con. 6. 2. Believers are, by the partake of, Con. 20. I.
fanctifyingfpiritofChrilt quickGovernment, See church, magi.
ned and strengthned to theprac, Itrate.
tice of holinels, Con. 13, 1, 3. The grace of God. Election is
Cat. 75. Andaremade perfectly of God's mere free grace, Con.
holy in heaven, Con.32.1. Cat. 3. 5. Cat. 13. How the grace of
86.90. See lanctification. God is manifested in the second The Holy Ghost equal with the covenant, Con. 7.3. Cat.32 Ef
Father, Con. 2, 3. Cat. 1. fectual calling is of God's free
He is promised to the elect in and special grace, Con. 10.2.Cat,
the covenant of grace, Con. 7. 67. Justification is only of free
3. Cat,3.2. By bimthey are unigrace, Con. 11.3.Cat. 70.71. A. doption is an act of free grace,
ted to Christ, Con. 26. 1. For
by him the redemption purchaCon,12, Cat.74. Thecommunion in grace which believers have
sed by Christ is applied to them, with Christ, Cat.69. All saving
Con. 8,8,11,4. Cat.58.59. By
him they are effettually called, graces are the work of the spiFit, Con. 13, 14, & 1 5. Cat. 32,
Cón, 10. 1, Cat. 67. And have 72,75,76,77. And do always ac
faith wrought in their hearts,
Con, 54, de Cat. 59.72. Hcis
Cat. 37, 39.
given to them in adoption, Con.
to the Lord's table, Con.29, 8, 12, Cat. 74. And applying the death and resurrection of Christ Image. Man made after the ito them, by his powerfull opera: muge of God, in knowledge, tion, they are sanctified, con, righteousness and holinels,Con. 13, 1. Cat. 75. Having repen: 4, 2. Cat. 17. This image is rer tance wrought, and all other fa
newed by fanctification..at.75. ving graces infused, into their
and fully perfected in heaven, hearts, Con. 13.1. Cat. 32, 75, Con, 32, 1.Cat 86.90. 76, 77. Through the continual įmage-worship of all kinds dissupply of strength from him,be charged. at. rog. lieversgrowin grace, Con.13.3. Imputation, The guilt of Adam's Cat, 75. The outward means are
firit fin is imputed to all his by hiin made effectual to the pofterity, Con. 6. 3. The obe, elect for falvation, Con. 7,5.6.
dience and satisfaction of Chrift
is imputed to believers, Con, 11, 25,3 Cat,155,161. Prayer is to be made by his help, Con. 21;
., Cat. 70. His righteousness is 3. Cat. 182. Ability to do good
imputed to them, Cat. 71, 77, works is from hini, Con, 16, 3. Incarnation of Christ, Con. 8. 2, Assurance of faith is attained by his witnesling with our spirits Incest di charged, Cat. 139. Ine that we are the children of God,
cestuous marriages, which are Con. 18, 2, Cat. 80. By his abi within the degrees of consanding within believers, they are guinity or affinity, forbidden in secured from tallingtotally away the Scriptures, can never be from the Itate of grace, and are
made lawful, Con. 24. 4. kept by the power of God thro' Unjust incloures and depopulafaith unto salvation. Con. 17,2.
tions forbidden, Cat. 142. Cat. 79,
Increase of grace, is from a cons Hope of glory, Con. 18. 1. Cat.
tinual supply of strength from 83. The hope of hypocrites,
the fanétifying spirit of Christ, Con, 18. 1.
Con. 13,1. 3. Cat. 75. 77.
2.4. Cat. 46. In his conception innocency: Con. 4, 2.
Infants of one of both believing
religion in hypocrisy, or for 28, 4. Cat. 166.
The hypocrites hope, Con.181. hance their price unlawful, Cat,
Inspiration. The books of the
Old and New Testament are gi. IPLENESS, unlawful, Cat. 139,
yen by infpiration of God, Con, Idolatry,all the kinds of it forbid 1. 2. But the Apocrypha is not den, Cat. 105, 109. All monu of divine inspiration, Con. 1.3, ments of idolatry ought to be Intercellion, How Chrilt makes removed, Cat. 108.
intercession, Cat. 55. It is 4 Jelts. Perverting the Scriptube to part of his prielt!y office, Cat.
profane jests, finful, Cat. 113; 44. He makes intercellion, that Jelus why so called, Cat. 41, ,
th: redemption which he hath See Chrift.
purchased may be applied to Ignorant, not to be admitted all believers, Con. 8, 8, Cat, 55.
and their perseverance depends II. 4. But they are not juftified npon his continual intercellion till the holy Spirit doth in due
for them, Con. 17. 2. Cat 79. time actually apply chrift unto Joy in the holy Ghost, the fruit of them, Ibid. How justification is
assurance, 6.011. 18. 1, 2. Cat. of God's free grace, Con.11.3. 83. Believers, by falling into Cat: 71, Faith is necessarily resome fins, may grieve the fpi- quired for justification, Cat. 71. rít, and be deprived of some But it justifies a finner only as it measure of their comfort, Con. is an instrument,
by which he re173. 18.4
ceivethChrist and his righteoul, Judge Chrilt the judge of the ness, Con.Ir.1, 2. Cat. 73. The
world, Con. 8, 4, 13, 1. How exact juttice, and rich grace of he shall come at the last day, God, are both glorified in thejuCat. 56.
stification of finners, Con. 11.3. The judgments of God upon fin justification of finners, Con, ti,
ners in this world, Con. 5. 6. 3.justification thesame under the Cat 28. 83. How believers may oldtestament, as under the new, bring temporal judgments on Con. 11.6It is infeparably join themselves, Con. 17.3God is ed with fanctification, Cat. 77. just and terrible in his judg how they differ,Ibid. Those that 'ments, Con. 2.1.
are justified are perfectly freed The last judgment, what, Con. in this life from the revenging
33.1. Appointed for angels and wrath of God, that they never men, Con. 8. 4. 33, 1. Cat. fall into condemnation, Con.17. 88. The end of its appointment, 1.Cat. 77,79. Butcorruption reis the manifestation of God's maining in them, Con, 6,5,13,2 mercy and justice, Con. 33, 2. Cat.70, They fall into many Christ shall be the judge, Con. fins, Con 7,3. Ct 78 Which &, 4, 33 1, How he shall come God continues to forgive,upon to judge the world, Cat. 56. their humbling themielves, conWhy he would haveus certainly felling their fins, begging par. perswaded of it, Con, 33.3 Why dom, and renewing their faith the time of it isconcealed, Con. and repentance, Con. 11. 56 33, 3. Cat. 88. The judgment
-К of the righteous defen: 3:2. KEIS the power of the key
to wicked, Con, 33. 2. Cat 89. to church-officers, Ibid. The Judicial law. See law,
civil magistrate may not allume The justice of God, fully latisfied this power Con. 23, 3.
by Christ's obedience & death, KING, Christ the King of his Com.8, 5: II, 3. Cat. 38, 7i. church Con 30.',
How he exe. It is manifested in the works of cuteth the office of a King, Cat. providence, Con, 5,7. In the 45.What meant by the coming justification of finners, Con, 11. of his kingdom, Cat. 191, 3. In the laft judgment, Con Knowledge. God's knowledge is 33, 26
infinite, infallible, and indeJustice in contract and commerce pendent upon the creature Con. between nian and man,Cat. 141, 2.2. The knowledge which may 142,
be had of God and of our duty Justification, What,
to him by the light of nature, I. Cat 70. All the elect, and Con 1, 1, 21.1. Cat. 1 The Scrithey only, are justified, Con. ptures are only sufficient to give 3.6. Whom God did from all eternity decree to justify, Con. will, which is necessary unto
that knowledge of God & of his salvation, Ibid.
ged under the gospel, Ibid. The
20. 3. Liberty to fin inconfi.
intended to destroyecclesialtical
Con. 19. 3. It is abrogated now and preferve them, Con. 20.
lowed to publish opinions, or
maintain practices, that are con
state of the Jews, Con. 19. 4. stianity, or such as are deltru-
Liberty of conscience, what, it is,
given to Adam with a power to 20.2. Making men the Lord's
works, Cat. 20. The life of any
Known of God and of our duty ftrengthnedthe obligation to the
to him by it, Con. 1, 1.21.1.
portion of time be set apart for
They still remaintruly breadand
of transubstantiation iş repugLiberty, Christian liberty. What,
nant Con. 20, 1, Wherein it is inlara