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forth in more fulnse, evidence work of the whole person. Con
8. 1. Cat. 40.
diction over civil magiltrates
is in no sense headof the church,
but is Antichrilt, Con 25, 6.
with , Con,
Christian liberty, Con. 20, 4.
power of the keys, Sce keys.
ordinances by which the cove ther are, have,or can do, not to
under the law, Con. 7.5.Cat, 34 ourselves, or any other creature,
hand of God, a duty, Cat. 135. Prayer, What, Cat. 178. The
be made to God only, and why,
maybeaccepted, it is to be made
whom God hath accepted in What it is to pray in the name
distinguished by personal proper any place in whichitis, perform-
Prayer. Cat, 186.
natures in Christ, Con 8, 2. uled Cat. 187 It is explained in
Con 3. $.
part of the ordinary religious all their actions; according to
them at his pleasure, Con. 5,3.
How providence is exercised a-
Con. 16 3.God's providence to:
7. Cat. 43, 45, 63.
Punishment. See fin.
ledgęth no such place, Con.32,1
and providences, sinful
adorned by good works. Con. linful, Cat. 136.
profitable are to be avoided,
worship, Con. 21.
5. How made effectual to salvati-
all to read them apart by them.
selves& with their families, Con.
1, 8. Cat. 156. How the word
of God is to be read. Con. 21,
facrifice the alone propitiation Rebellion, a lin, Cat. 128.
self, Con. 8, 5. Cat. 44:
Recreations to be moderately
ly, wile, and powerful preser-
on, Cat. 155. It is the duty of
fed by Christ's facrifice of him.
used, Cat. 135, 136. But not
Redemption, how purchased by fortheirjustification, Con.11.14
Christ, Con. 8, 5. Cat. 38, 39, Cat. 52. And throughthe vertue
they are lanctified, Con, 3. 1.
his death and resurrection, for
themortifying of fin,and quick-
Righteousness. Man was
25. And since the fall no Man
eth as righteous, by imputing
Cat. 75. Altho itbe no satisfacti. of Christ to them, theyreceiving
worinip ofGod, Con. 21.
which was the last day of the
end of the world, Con. 21. 7. Salvation, not to be attained by Cat. 116,How the sabbath is to men who do not profess the be sanctified. Con. 21 S. Cat, Christian religion, be they ne: 117. How it is profaned. Cat. ver so diligent to live up to the 119, Why we are commanded light of nature, or the law of to remember it. Cat 121, The thatreligion which they profess, Lord's day is a memorial of our Con. 10. 4, Cat, 60. There being creation and redemption, which nofalyation but in Christ alone, contain a short abridgment of ibid. Who hath purcha led it y religion, ibid. What are the his perfect obedience and facri. realons annexed to the fourth fice of himself,Con, 8.5.Cat.83, command the more to enforce For a}l the elect, and them on: it.Cat. 120. Why the charge of ly.Con.3. 6.To whom the oụt keeping the fabbath is directed ward means are made effectua! to governors of families and o for their salvation by the spirit, ther luperiors. Cat. 118.
Con, 7.5.6. 25,3. Cat.154.155. A facrament. The institution, 161,182. Who worketh in their
nature and ends of it, Con, 27, hearts faith in Jesus Chrilt,Con 1. Cat.162. The parts of a facra 14, 1. Car. 72. Which is neces. ment,Con.27. 2. Cat.163. There sarily required of them for their are only two facraments initi: justification and salvation.con, țuted by Christ, Con. 27. 4,Cat. 7:3; 11. Cat. 3, 71. The fpi164. Which are only to be di. řit also worketh repentance,and fpcnsed by ministers of the word infuleth all our saying graces, lawfully ordained. Con. 27, 4, Con. 13. 1. at, 32. 75. 76. 77. How they are made effectual to Which necessarily accompany salvation. Con. 27: 3. Cat. 161.' Faith, Con.II. 2. Cat, 72. The The sacranients of the Old Te. fpirit likewise enables them unstament were the same for sub to all obedience and the practice stance with those of the New, of holinels, which is the way Con. 27. 5. Wherein the facra. that God hath appointed them menţsof baptism & ofthe Lord's to salvation, Con. 13. ! Cat32. fupper agree, Cat. 176. Where: Elect infants dying in infaney,
in they differ, Cat, 177. are regenerated and layed by Sacrifice. The covenant of grace
Chrilt through the spirit, &c, was administred under the law by facrifices. Con. 7. 5. 8, 6. Sanctification. What, Con. 13, Cat. 34, Which lignified Chrift 1 Cat. 75, inseparably joined to conie, ibid. Who hath fully withjuslilication, Cat 77:Wherefatisfied thejuftice of his Father, in theydiffer,Ibid. It is through. in his once offering himselfa fa outin the whole man, Con, 13: crifice without ipot to God.con. 2. Cat. 77. But in this lite it is 8. 5. Cat. 44. There is no rea! not perfect in any, Con. I 3. 24 Jacrifice made forsin inthe Lord's Cat. 78. Whence this imper. supper, Con. 29. 2. That fa fection proceeds, Con. 13. 2. crament being instituted for the Cat. 77. Through the continu: perpetualren embranceofChrilts al supply of Itrength from the one only sacrifice in his death, sanctifying fpirit of Christ, the Con.29, 1.Cat, 168. To which laints grow in grace perfecting the mais is most abominably holineis in the fear of God, Con. injurious. Con. 292,
13. 3, At death they are made Saints, See belivers, communion, perfect in holinels, Con. 32. they are not to be worshipped, i, Cat. 86. And at the day of Con, 2!: 2. Cat. 195,
judgment they fall be fully
and for ever freed from all qn, Nanding of the fcriptures, Con.
1.6. Cat, 157. How the reading
of the word is made effectual to
of it to profane jelts, is finful,
What, Cat, 25. The fin of our
first parents, Con. 6, 1.Cat.21.
By it they fellfrom their original
righteousness, and communion
wholly corrupted. Con. 6,2.Cat.
ousness by faith Con, 11, 1Cat7o. imputed, and the corruption of
Who are thereby bound over to
the law,Con. 6. 6. Cat. 27, 194.
from the orginal corruption of
not all equally hainous, Cat,150.
Con. 6. 6. Cat. 152. Punithe
mients of fin in this world, Cone
In the world to come, Con. 32,
man bound to prayfor pardon of
to pardon the sins of those that
are justified, Con. II, 5. How,
is to be prayed for
weakned and mortified, Con.6,