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Con. 30, 4.
finners are hardned, Con. 5, 6. be honoured, Con. 23. 4. Car. Cat. 68.
127. Their duty, Con. 32, 1, 2, Sins against the firlt command 3. Cat. 129. Their lins, Cat 130.
ment, Cat. 105. Again't the se Šee magistracy:
nations and devices of men, Sins of superiors, Cat.130. Sins Con. 21, 1. Religious worship of equals, Cat. 132. Sins against not instituted by God himself, the lixth commandment, Cat. is not to be used or approved, 136. Against the seventh, Cat. Cat. 109. All fuperftitious dea 139. Against the eighth, Cat,
vices, &c. sinful, Cat. 109, 113. 142. Against the ninth, Cat. 145. Supper, See Lord's fupper.
Against the tenth, Cat. 148. Surety, Christ the furety for belieSincerity. Believers love Christ in vers, Cat. 71. He was throughsincerity, Con. 18, 1. They are ly furnished to execute that ofnever utterly deltitute of lince
fice, on, 8. 3. And God acceprityofheart,Con. 18,4. Ministers teth satisfaction from him as ought to preach sincerely, Cat.
their lurety, Cat. 71. 159. We are to pray with since Suretyship, that is not necessary, rity, Cat. 185. God is pleased to
is to be avoided, Cat. 141. accept & reward the good works Suspension from the Lord's table, of believers, which are fincere, Con. 16, 6.
Swearing, See oaths. Vain or rash Singing of pfalms, a part of religi fwearing by the name of God,
ous worship, Con. 21, 5. or to swear at all by any other Slandering, linful, Cat. 145. thing, is to be abhorred, Con, Songs that are lascivious, forbid
Synods, See councils,
his children to manifold tempSovereignty. God hath most fo. tations, Con. 5. 5. The wick
vereign dominion over his crea ed given up to the temptations
reign power, Cat. 185, 189. ence, ibid. See Scriptures.
Testament, Why the covenant of Stage-plays forbidden, Cat. 139. grace is called a teltament, Con. Stews, not to be tolerated, Cat. 7, 4. As it was administréd un. 130.
der the law, it is called the Supererogation, impossible, Con. old testament, Con. 7, 5. And
as administred under the golpel Superiors, why stiled fathers and it is called the new testament, mothers, Cat. 125: How to Con. 7,6
Thanksgiving, to be joined with The wicked. Their condition
prayer, Con, 21, 3. Cat. 108, in this life, Cat. 83. Immediate-
Will, The counsel of God's will Toleration. A falle religion not is most wise and holy, Con, 3, 1. to be tolerated, Cat. 109.
Cat. 12. It is unsearchable, Con. Tradition, no pretence for using 3,7. Cat. 13. It is free and im
superstitioiis devices in the wor mutable, Con,5,1.Cat. 14. And thip of God, Cat.*109. No tra most righteous, Con. 2. 1. How ditions of men to be added to the will of God, is to be done the scripture, Con. 1. 0.
and submitted to, Cat. 192. The Transubstantiation is repugnant
will of God, revealed in the scripnot only to scripture, but to tures is the only rule of faith, common sense and reason, Con. worship and practice, See scrip29.6; And is the cause of ma ture. Christ revealeth to his nifold superstitions,yea of gross church by his spirit and word idolatries, ibid.
the whole will of God, in all The Tree of Life was a pledge things concerning their edifi
of the covenant of works. Cat. cation and salvation, Cat. 43. 20.
Free-will. The will of man is The Trinity, See God, Persons. neither forced, nor by any abTruth between man and man, solute necessity of nature deter
how preserved and promoted mined to do good or evil, Con. Cat. 144. What things are con 3, 1, 9, 1. Man in his state of intrary to it, Cat. 145.
nocency had freedom and power
to will and do good, Con. 4, 2, TNion of the elect with Christ, 9, 2. Cat. 17. By his fall he loft
. , 1. . all ability of will to any fpiriis inseparable, Cat. 79. Believers tual good accompanying falvaare united to one another in tion, Con. O, 2, 4, 9, 3. Cat.25. love, Con. 26, 1.
192. The willis renewed in conUnion of the two gatures in version, Con. 9,4,10,1. Cat.67.
Christ. See perlonal union. It is made perfectly and immuta-
ral law to them, Con. 96. ftate of glory only, Con. 2, 5.1
Works. What are good works, Vow, a part of religious worship, andwhatnot, Con. 16, 1. Good
Con. 21,5, What it is, and how works are the fruits and evito be made, Con.22,5,6. To be dences of a true and lively faith, made to God alone, Con. 25.6. Con. 16,2. The uses and ends Cat.108. What vows are unlaw. of good works, ibid. Ability to ful, Con.22,7. Violating of law do good works is wholly from ful vows, and fulfilling of un the spirit of Christ, Con. 16, 3.
lawful, is linful, Cat. 113, The actual influence of the fpiUsury, unlawful, Cat. 142. rit is required for the perforW
mance of them, ibid. This WAR may be waged by chri plea for negligence, ibid. Supe
ftians under the new telta rerogation, imposible, Con.16.4 ment, Con. 23, 2.
We cannot by our best works ted by God himself, Cat. 1og. merit pardon of fin or eternal But there are some circumstanJife at the hand ofGod, and why ces concerning the worship of Con. 16, 5, Yet the good works God, which are to be ordered ofbelieversare accepted by God by the light of nature and chriin Chrilt, andrewarded, Con. 16 ftian prudences,accordingtothe 6. The works of unregenerate general rules of the word, Con. men cannot please God, and 1, 6. Religiousworlhip is to be why, Con, 16, 7. But to neglect given to God the Father, Son, to do what God commands, is and holy gloft, and to him more fipful, ibid, All persons alone; and that only in the mefhall, in the day of judgment, "diation of Chrift,con,-1, 2,Cat receive according to what they 179, 181, The parts of religious have done in the body, whether worship, con.2!,3, 5. Religious
good or evil, Con. 33, I, worship not tied to any place, Worship, To God is due from but God is to be worshiped
hiscreatures, Whatever worthip every where in spirit and truth,
EAL for God, a duty, Cat.104 Con. ,
corrupt blind indifcrees fhip is to be opposed, Cat, 108. zeal, sinful, Cat. 105. As also any worship not inftitu