Εικόνες σελίδας
PDF
Ηλεκτρ. έκδοση

Cat. 173.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

1

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 in to them, by his powerfull opera: müge of God, in knowledge, tion, they are sanctified, con.

righteousness and hotinels, Con. 13, 1. Cat. 75. Having repen:

4, 2. Cat. 17. This image is rer

newed by fanctification. at.75. tance wrought, and all other faving graces infused, into their

and fully perfected in heaven, hearts, Con.13.1. Cat. 32,. 752

Con, 32, .Cat 86.90. 76,77. Through the continual Image-woríhip of all kinds dife supply of strength from him,be- charged.

at. 109. lieversgrowin grace, Con. 13.3. Imputation, The guilt of Adam's Cat, 75. The qutward means are

firit fin is imputed to all his by himn made effectual to the posterity, Con. 6. 3. The obes elect for salvation, Con. 7, 5.6. dience and satisfaction of chrift 25, 3 Cat.155,161. Prayer is to

is imputed to believers, Con, 11, be made by his help, Con. 21. 1. Cat. 70. His righteousness is 3. Cat. 182. Ability to do good

imputed to them, Cat. 71, 77, works is from hini, Con. 16, 2: Incarnation of Christ, Con. 8. 2, Affurance of faith is attained by his witnessing with our spirits Incest discharged, Cat. 139. Ine that we are the children of God

celtuous marriages, which arç Con. 18, 2, Cat. 80. By his abi- within the degrees of consanding within believers, they are guinity or affinity, forbidden in secured from tellingtotally away the scripturès, can never be from the Itate of grace, and are

made lawful, Con. 24. 4. kept by the power of God thro' Unjust inclosures and depopulafaith unto salvation. Con. 17,2.

tions forbidden, Cat. 142. Cat. 79:

Increase of grace, is from à con, Hope of glory, Con. 18. 1. Cat. tinual supply of strength from 83. The hope of hypocrites,

the fanctifying fpirit of Christ, Con, 18.1.

Con. 13,1. 3. Cat. 75. 77. Humiliation of Christ, Con. 8. Innocency. The late of man in

2.4. Cat. 46. In his conception innocency. Con. 4, 2. Cat. 17, and birth, Cat." 47. In his life,

20. Cat, 48. In his death, Cat. 49. Infants, How saved, Con. 10. 3, after death, at, 50.

Infants ofone of both believing
Hypocrisy, Making profession of parents are to be baptized, Con,

religion in hypocrisy, or for 28, 4. Cat, 166.
finilter ends linful, Cat. 113. Ingrossing commodities to in.

The hypocrites hope, Con.181. hance their price unlawful, Cat,
Hypostatical. See personal. 142.

I

Inspiration. The books of the IPLENESS, unlawful, Cat. 139, Old and New Testament are gi.

ven by inspiration 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 Intercession, How Christ makes removed, Cat. 108.

'intercession, Cat. 55. It is 4 Jelts. Perverting the Scriptube to part of his prieltly office, Cat. profane jests, linful, Cat. 113: 44,

He makes intercellion, that Jelus why so called, Cat. 41, the redemption which he hath See Chrilt.

purchased may be applied to Ignorant, not to be admitted all believers, Con. 8,8, Cat,15,

and

and their perseverance depends 11. 4. But they are not juftified npon his continual intercession 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, ..01. 18. 1, 2. Cat. of God's free grace, Con 11.3. : 83. Believers, by falling into Cat: 71. Faith is necessarily re.

fome fins, may grieve the fpi- quired for justification, Çat.71. rít, and be deprived of some But it justifies a finner only as it mealure of their comfort, Con. is an instrument,

by which he re17, 3. 18. 4:

ceivethChrilt and his righteoulJudge Chrilt the judge of the ness, Con.I1.1, 2. Cat. 73. The

world, Con. 8, 4, 13, 1. How exact justice, 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 sin- justification of sinners, Con, 11. ners in this world, Con, s. 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 inseparably join themselves, Con. 17.3. God 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 latt 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. C t 78 Which &, 4, 33 1, How he shall come God continues to forgive,upon to judge the world, Cat. 56. their humbling themelves, conWhy

he would have us certainly felling their fins, begging parperswaded of it, Con, 33.3 Why dom, and renewing their faith the time of it isconcealed, Con, and repentance, Con. 11. S. 33, 3. Cat. 88. The judgment

-К of the righteous, Con. 33. 2. EYS the power of the keys, Cat. 90. The judgment of the what, Con.30. 2, Committed

wicked, Con. 33. 2. Cat 89. to church-officers, Ibid, The Judicial law. See law.

civil magistrate may not assume The justice of God, fully satisfied this power Con. 23. 3.

by Christ's obedience & death, KING, Christ the King of his
Cou. 8, 5: 11,3. Cat. 38, 71. church,Con, 30.1. How he exe-
It is manifested in the works of cuteth the office of a King, Cat.
providence, Con, S, d. In the 45. What meant by the coming
justification of finners, Con. ii. of his kingdom, Cat. 191,
3. In the laft judgment, Con Knowledge. God's knowledge is
33, 2.

infinité, infallible, and indeJustice in contract and commerce pendent upon the creature Con. between man and man,Cat. 141. 2.2. The knowledge which may 142,

be had of God and of our duty Justification, What,

Con. II.

to him by the light of nature, 1. Cat 70. All the elect, and Con 1, 1, 21.1. Cat. i The Scri. they only, are justified, Con ptures are only sufficient to give 3. 6. Whom God did from all that knowledge of God & of his cternity decree to justify, Con. will, which is necellary unto

salvation, Ibid.

La.

ΚΕ

1

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

L

ged under the gospel, Ibid. The ABOUR is to be moderately end of the christianliberty, Con. uled, Cat. 135, 136.

20. 3. Liberty to sin inconfiLand-marks not to be removed stent with it, Ibid. It is not Cat, 143

intended to destroyecclefialtical Law. the ceremonial law, what or civil powers but to support

Con. 19. 3. It is abrogated now and preferve them, Con. 20. under the new testament, Con. 4. Neither are men thereby al19. 3. 20. 1. How the covenant

lowed to publish opinions, or of grace was adminiftred under

maintain practices, that are con the law, Con. 7.5. 8. 6. Cat.34. trary to the light of nature, or The judicial law expired with the to the known principles ofchri

ftate of the Jews, Con. 19. 4 stianity, or such as are deltru-
and obliges no further than the ctive of the peace and order of
general equity of it requires, the church Ibid.
Ibid.

Liberty of conscience, what, it is,
The moral law, What, Cat. 93. and what repugnant to it, Con.

given to Adam with a power to 20. 2. Making men the Lord's fulfil it, Con. 4. 2. 19. 1. Cat. of our faith and conscience, uu92. The ten commandments

lawful, Con. 20. 2. Cat. 105. the sumof it, Con. 19, 2.Cat.98. Life, eternal life purchased by Tho' believers are not under it Christ's perfect obedience to the as a covenant, Con, 19. 6. And Law, Con. 8. 5. The tree of life are not able perfectly to keep it was a pledge of the covenant of Cat. 149. yet it continues to be

works, Cat. 20. The life of any a perfect rule of righteousness, not to be taken away, except in Con. 19. 2. Binding all, as well caseo publick justice,lawfulwar, justified persons as others.Con. or neceflary defence, Cat. 136. 19. s. Christ in the gospel, ha. Light of nature, What may be ving not abolished, but much

Known of God and of our duty strengthned the obligation to the

to him by it, Con. 1, 1.21.1. obedience of it, Ibid. And al- Cat. 2. It is not fufficient to tho' no man since the fall

can, makeuswiseunto salvation, Con. by the moral law, attain to 1, 1. 10. 4. 21,1. Cat. 2, 60. It righteoniness and life, Con. 19. is of the law of nature that a due 6. Cat 94. Which Christ alone portion of time be set

for hath purchased for the elect by the worship of God, Con. 21.7. his perfect obedience, Con. 8.5. Wanton looks, sinful, Cat. 139. Yetit is of great use to all, Con. Lord's prayer, see prayer. 19. 6. Cat. 95. The use of it to Lord's supper. The inftitution. the regenerate, Con. 19. 6. Cat. nature and ends of it, Con. 29. 97 The use of it to the unrege- 1.: at 168. Chrilt not offered nerate, Cat. 96. Not contrary up to his Father, nor any real to the grace of the gospel, but

sacrifice for sin made in it, Con. doth sweetly comply with it, 29. 2. The mass abominably Con. 19. 7. The spirit of Christ injurious to Christ's one only subduing and enabling the will sacrifice, Ibid. The outward of man into a free and cheerful Elements in this facrament are obedience to the will of God. not to be adored, Con. 29. 4. Con. 19. 7. Cat. 32.

They still remaintruly breadand Unnecellary law-suits to be a. wine, Con. 29. 5. The doctrine voided, Cat. 141. 142.

of transubstantiation is repugLiberty, Christian liberty. What,

Con. 20, 1. Wherein, it is inlar

[ocr errors]

apart

-17

nant

and their perseverance depends 11. 4. But they are not justified npon his continual intercession till the holy Spirit doth in due

for them, Con. 17. 2. Cat 79. time actually apply thrift unto Joy

in the holy Ghost, the fruit of them, Ibid. How justification is assurance, ...011. 18. 1, 2. Cat. of God's free grace, on 11.3. 83. Believers, by falling into Cat: 71. Faith is necessarily resome fins, may grieve the fpi- quired for justification, Cat.71. rit, and be deprived of some But it justifies a sinner only as it measure of their comfort, Con. is an instrument, by which he re17, 3. 18. 4.

ceivethChrist and his righteoul, Judge Christ the judge of the ness, Con. I 1,1, 2. Cat. 73. The

world, Con. 8, 4, 13, 1. How exact justice, and rich grace of he shall come at the last day, God, are both glorified in thejuCat. 56.

stification of sinners, Con. 11.3. The judgments of God upon sin- justification, of finners, Con, 11,

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 inseparably jointhemselves, Con. 17.3. God 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 latt 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 juftice, Con. 33, 2. Cat, 70, They fall into many Chrilt shall be the judge, Con. lins, Con 7,3. C't 78 Which 8. 4, 33 1, How he shall come God continues to forgive,upon to judge the world, Cat. 56. their humbling themtelves, conWhy he would have us certainly felling their fins, begging parperswaded of it, Con.33.3 Why dom, and renewing their faith the time of it isconcealed, Con, and repentance, Con. 11. S. 33, 3. Cat. 88. The judgment

K of the righteous, Con. 33. 2. EYS the power of the keys, Cat. 9o. The judgment of the

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 satisfied this power Con. 23. 3.

by Christ's obedience & death, KING, Christ the King of his
Cou. 8, 5:11, 3. Cat. 38, 71. church,Con. 30.1. How he exe-
It is manifested in the works of cuteth the office of a King, Cat.
providence, Con. 5,1. In the 45. What meant by the coming
justification of finners, Con, 11. of his kingdom, Cat. 191.
3. In the last judgment, Con Knowledge. God's knowledge is
33, 2

infinite, infallible, and inde. Justice in contract and commerce pendent upon the creature Con. between man and man,Cat. 141, 2.2. The knowledge which may 142,

be had of God and of our duty Justification, What, Con. 11. to him by the light of nature,

1. Cat 70. All the elect, and Con 1, 1, 21.1. Cat. i The Scrithey only, are justified,'Con ptures are only sufficient to give 3. 6. Whom God did from all that knowledge of God & of his cternity decree to justify, Con. will, which is necellary unto

salvation, Ibid.

La

[ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small]

L

ged under the gospel, Ibid. The

end of the christianliberty, Con. to uled, Cat. 135, 136.

20. 3. Liberty to fin inconsiLand-marks not to be removed stent with it, ibid. It is not Cat, 143

intended to destroyecclefialtical Law. the ceremonial law, what or civil powers but to support

Con. 19. 3. It is abrogated now and preterve them, Con. 20. under the new testament, Con. 4. Neither are men thereby al19. 3. 20. 1. How the covenant

lowed to publish opinions, ur of grace was adminiftred under

maintain practices, that are conthe law,Con. 7.5.8.6. Cat.34. trary to the light of nature, or The judicial law expired with the to the known principles ofchri

state of the Jews, Con. 19. 4. ftianity, or such as are deltru-
and obliges no further than the ctive of the peace and order of
general equity of it requires, the church Ibid.
Ibid.

Liberty of conscience, what, it is,
The moral law, What, Cat. 93. and what repugnant to it, Con.

given to Adam with a power to 20. 2. Making men the Lord's fulfil it, Con. 4. 2. 19. 1. Cat.

of our faith and conscience, uu92. The ten commandments

lawful, Con. 20. 2. Cat. 105. the sumofit, Con. 19, 2.Cat.98, Life, eternal life purchased by Tho'believers are not under iť Christ's perfect obedience to the as a covenant, Con, 19. 6. And Law, Con. 8. 5. The tree of life are not able perfectly to keep it was a pledge of the covenant of Cat. 149. yet it continues to be

works, Cat. 20. The life of any a perfect rule of righteousness, not to be taken away, except in Con. 19. 2. Binding all, as well caseopublick justice,lawfulwar, justified persons as other.Con. or neceflary defence, Cat. 136. 19. s. Christ in the gospel, ha. Light of nature, What may be ving not abolished, but much

Known of God and of our duty ftrengthnedthe obligation to the

to him by it, Con. 1, 1.21.1. obedience of it, Ibid. And al- Cat. 2. It is not sufficient to tho' no man since the fall can, makeuswiseunto salvation, Con. by the moral law, attain to 1, 1. 10. 4. 21,1. Cat.2, 60. It righteoniness and life, Con. 19. is of the law of nature that a due 6. Cat 94. Which Christ alone portion of time be set apart for hath purchased for the elect by the worship of God, Con. 21.7. his perfect obedience, Con. 8.5. Wanton looks, sinful, Cat. 139. Yetit is of great use to all, Con. Lord's prayer, see prayer. 19. 6. Cat. 95. The use of it to Lord's supper. The inftitution.

regenerate, Con. 19. 6. Cat. nature and ends of it, Con. 29. 97 The use of it to the unrege- 1. at 168. Chrilt not offered nerate, Cat. 96. Not contrary up to his father, nor any real to the grace of the gospel, but facrifice for fin made in it, Con. doth sweetly comply with it, 29: 2. The mass abominably Con. 19. 7. The spirit of Christ injurious to Christ's one only fubduing and enabling the will facrifice, Ibid. The outward of man into a free and cheerful Elements in this facrament are obedience to the will of God. not to be adored, Con. 29. 4. Con. 19. 7. Cat. 32.

They still remaintruly breadand Unnecellary law-suits to be a.. wine, Con. 29. 5. The doctrine voided, Cat, 141, 142.

of transubftantiation is repugLiberty, Christian liberty. What,

nant Con. 20, 1, Wherein, it is inlar.

[ocr errors]

the

« ΠροηγούμενηΣυνέχεια »