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forth in more fulnse, evidence work of the whole person. Con
and efficacy, Ibid. All God s

8. 1. Cat. 40.
ordinances, especially the word, Physick to be used moderately,
facraments, and prayer, are the
outward and ordinary means of Lascivious Pictures discharged,

, How
are made effectual, Con. 25. 3. Poligamy unlawful, Con. 24, I.
Cat 155, 161, 182, The neglect,
contempt or opposing them,lin: The Pope has no power or juris:
ful, Cat. 109.

diction over civil magiltrates
Original corruption's, See corrup or their people. Con. 23. 4. He
tion Original fin, See sin.

is in no sense headof the church,
P.

but is Antichrilt, Con 25, 6.
PAPISTS: Proteftantstelhould Powers ecclefiaftical or civil, not

with , Con,
24, 3

Christian liberty, Con. 20, 4.
Pardon, Seesin.

power of the keys, Sce keys.
Passions, to be restrained, Cat. Praises to be joined with prayer,
135. 136.

Cat, 196.
Pallover, one of the types and The Praise of any good, we ei-

ordinances by which the cove ther are, have,or can do, not to
nant of grace was administred be ascribed to fortune, idols,

under the law, Con. 7.5.Cat, 34 ourselves, or any other creature,
Patience, patient bearing of the Cat.105.

hand of God, a duty, Cat. 135. Prayer, What, Cat. 178. The
Patient,bearing and forgiving, of duty of all men. Con.21, 3. To
injuries, a duty. ibid.

be made to God only, and why,
Peace of conscience, See eonsci Con. 21, 2. Cat, 179. That it

maybeaccepted, it is to be made
Þedo-Baptism. See infants. in the name of Christ, by the help
Perseverance of saints. They of the spirit, Con.21,3,Cat 178.

whom God hath accepted in What it is to pray in the name
Christ can never totally or final- of Christ, Cat. 180. Why prayer
ly fall away from the estate of is to be made in his name, Cat.
grace, Con. 17. 1.Cat. 77, 79. 181.Howthefpirit helps to pray,
Upon what their perseverance Cat. 182, How prayer is to be
depends, Con. 17. 2. Cat. 79. made. Con. 21, 3. Cat. 185. For
How far they may fall, Con, 6; what and for whom we are to
5, 11. 513, 2, 17, 3:18, 4.Cat. pray.Con. 21, 4. Cat. 183, 184,
38. They are always kept from Prayer not to be made for the
ritter despair. Con. 18. 4. Cat. dead, nor for those of whom it
81. Howthcyare recovered when may be known that they have
they fall under God's fatherly sînned the sin unto death, ibid.
displeasure. Con. 11.5, 13, 3. Prayer, now under the gospel
Three persons in the Godhead is not made more acceptable bý

distinguished by personal proper any place in whichitis, perform-
ties. Con. 2. 3, Cat.9. 10. The ed, nor towards which it is die
equality of the persons proved, rected, Con. 21, 6. The rule of

Prayer. Cat, 186.
The personal unión of the two The Lord's prayer, How to be

natures in Christ, Con 8, 2. uled Cat. 187 It is explained in
Cat. 36, 37. By reason of this the Catechism from question
union, the proper work of each 188, to the end.
natureare accepted of God, and Preaching of the word is a
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part of the ordinary religious all their actions; according to
worship of God, Con. 21.5. And hisinfallible foreknowledge and
one of the ordinances in which in mutable decree; to the glory
the covenant of grace is admini. of his wisdom, power, justice

,
stred under the new Telta. goodness and mercy, Con. 5.1.
ment, Con. 7. 6. Cat. 35. None Cat. 18. Events are ordered ac-
are to preach the word, but mi cording to the nature of second
nilters of the gospel, Cat. 158. causes, Con. 3, 1,5,2. God in
How theyare to preach, Cat.159, his ordinary providence maketh
How the preaching of the word use of means, yet is free to
is made effectual to salvation, work without, above and against

them at his pleasure, Con. 5,3.
Predeltination, Con. 3. 3, 4.

How providence is exercised a-
Cat. 13. The doctrine of prede. bout fin, Con. 5,4. See fin. The
Itination how to be bandled, actual influence of the holy ipi-
and what use to be made of it, ritis required to do good works,

Con. 16 3.God's providence to:
Preparation required to the hear wards angels, Cat. 19.

Toward
ing of the word, Cat. 160. man whencreated, Cat.20.God's
Whatpreparation requisite toțhe providence is in a molt special
fabbath, Cat 277. What to the manner over his church, Con.se
Lord's fupper, Cat. 171.

7. Cat. 43, 45, 63.
Prelcience. See foreknowledge. Publick worship not to be negle.
Priestly office of Clirist, how ex, cted, Con. 21, 6.
ecuted, Cat. 44.

Punishment. See fin.
Private worship in families daily, Purgatory, the fcripture acknow.
a duty, Con. 21. 6.

Cat.

ledgęth no such place, Con.32,1
156.

e
Privileges of the invisible church Varrelling at God's decrees
and of the visible, See church.

and providences, sinful
Prodigality, a fin, Cat. 142.

Cat. 113
The profession of the gospel is Quarrelling, and provoking words

adorned by good works. Con. linful, Cat. 136.
16. 2. And ought to be attended Questions that are curious or un
with a conversation in holiness

profitable are to be avoided,
and righteousness, Cat.112,167.

Cat. 133
Prorer y in goods and possessions

R
, Con

worship, Con. 21.
Prophecies. The covenant of

5. How made effectual to salvati-
graceadministred by prophecies
under the law, Con. 7, 5. Cat.

all to read them apart by them.
34.

selves& with their families, Con.
The prophetical office of Christ,

1, 8. Cat. 156. How the word
how executed, Cat. 43."

of God is to be read. Con. 21,
Propitiation. Christ's one only 5. Cat. 157

facrifice the alone propitiation Rebellion, a lin, Cat. 128.
for all fins of the elect, Con. Reconciliation with God purcha-

29.2,
Proteftants should not marry with

self, Con. 8, 5. Cat. 44:
papists, Con. 24, 3.

Recreations to be moderately
Providence is God's most ho-

ly, wile, and powerful preser-
ving, directing, disposing, and Cat. 119.
governing all his creatures and

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on, Cat. 155. It is the duty of

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used, Cat. 135, 136. But not
on the Lord's day, Con. 21,8.

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crea-

Redemption, how purchased by fortheirjustification, Con.11.14

Christ, Con. 8, 5. Cat. 38, 39, Cat. 52. And throughthe vertue
40. For all the elect, and them cf his diath and resurrection
only, Con. 3. 6. To whom it is

they are lanctified, Con, 3. 1.
certainly applied, Con.8.8.Cat. Cat.75.Theydrawstrength from
59. Altho'it was not actually

his death and resurrection, for
wrought by Christ till after his

themortifying of fin,and quick-
incarnation : yet the verture,ef ning of grace, Cat. 52.167.
ficacy and benefites of it, were TheResurrection of thedead of the
communicated to the elect in justand unjust, Con32. 2,3.Cat.
all ages successively from the
Beginning of the world, Con.8. Revelation. The divers ways of
6. How is applied it to them, God'srevealinghiswillCon. 1,1.
Con. 8. 8. Cat. 58, 59,

Righteousness. Man was
Regeneration, see effectual calling ted righteous after the image of
The regenerate are all freely ju God, Con. 4: 2. Cat. 17. But
(tified, Con, 11. 1: See justifica by sin he fell from that original
tion and sanctified, Con. 13. !. righteousness, Con. 6. 2. Cat.
Sce factification. The corrupti.

25. And since the fall no Man
on of nature remains in them, can attain to righteousness by
and all the motions of it are sin, the morallaw, Cat. 94. Nor by
Con. 6. s. But it is Pardoned having righteousnessinfusedin-
and mortified through Christ, to them, Con, 1.1. Cat. 70.But
Ibid. The use of the mor those whom God effectuallycal-
al law tothem,Con, 19. 3, Cát. leth, he accepteth and account.
97.

eth as righteous, by imputing
Repentance, What, Con. 15, 2. the obedience and satisfaction

Cat. 75. Altho itbe no satisfacti. of Christ to them, theyreceiving
on for fin, nor caule of pardon, and resting on himand his righ-
yetnopardonwithout it, Con.rs. teousness byfaith,Ibid, See faith,
3. Cat. 153, Nor condemnation Imputation, Justification. Why
where it is, Con. 15. 4, 6. It is the righteous are not delivered
every man's duty to endeavour fromdeath, Cat. 85. Their itate
to repent particularly of his par immediately after death, Con,
ticular Gns, Con. 15.5. Thedo-: 32. 1. Cat. 86. At thercfurrecti.
ctrine of repentance to be on and day of judgment, Con.
preached by every minister, as 32. g. 33. 2. Cat. 87. 90.
well as that of faith in Christ,

S
Con. 15.1. Repentance to be de ABBATH, By the law of na-
clared to those that are offended ture, a due proportion oftime
who are thereupon to be recon ought to be let apart for the
ciled, Con. 15, 6.

worinip ofGod, Con. 21.
Reprobation, Con. 3.7. Cat. 13. hath in his word by a positive
Refurrection of Christ, Con. 8. and perpetual commandment,
14. Cat. 52. The effect of his binding all men in all ages, ap-
ownpower,Cat. 52. It is a proof pointed one day in seven for a
of his being the Son of God, fabbath to be kepe holy to him-
and of his fatisfaction to die felf, Con. 21. 7: Cat 20. I

116.
vine justice, &c. Ibid. It is an

which was the last day of the
assurance to believers of their Weekfromthe beginningof the
Relurrection, Ibid. They have world to the relurrection of
fellowship with him in his resur Christ, and the first day ever
rection, Con.26.:.He rose again fince, and so to continueto the

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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,

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and for ever freed from all qn, Nanding of the fcriptures, Con.
Cat. 90.

1.6. Cat, 157. How the reading
Satisfaction. Repentance is no

of the word is made effectual to
satisfaction for fin, Con. 15. 3. salvation. Cat. 155. Misinter-
Nor good works, and why, preting,mifapplying,or anyway
Con. 16. 5. Neither we nor a perverting the word or any part
ny other creature can make the

of it to profane jelts, is finful,
Jeast fatisfaction forsin, at 194,
Christ alone hath made a pro- Sin. What, Cat. 24, Original fin,
per, real and full satisfaction to

What, Cat, 25. The fin of our
the justice of his Father by his

first parents, Con. 6, 1.Cat.21.
obedience and sufferings, Con,

By it they fellfrom their original
8,5,11, s. Cat, 38, 91. Which

righteousness, and communion
satisfaction is imputed to be with God, and had their natures
lievers, they receiving and relt-

wholly corrupted. Con. 6,2.Cat.
ing. on Christ and his righte 25, 27, The guilt of this Ginis

ousness by faith Con, 11, 1Cat7o. imputed, and the corruption of
Scandalous, not to be admitted to nature conveyed to all their po-
the Lord's table, Con 29, 8. sterity, Con. 6. 3. Cat, 22, 26.
Cat, 175,

Who are thereby bound over to
Scoffing and scorning, finful, Cat the wrath of God and curse of

the law,Con. 6. 6. Cat. 27, 194.
113, 141,
The Scripture, Why neceflary,

from the orginal corruption of
Con. I, I, What books to be nature, all actual sins proceed,
owned for scripture, Con, 1, 2. Con, 6. 4. Cat. 25. Which are
3. Cat.3. How proved to be ihe

not all equally hainous, Cat,150.
word of God, Con. 1, 5, Cat.4. The aggravations of sin, Cat,
Upon what authority the scrip 151. The Demerit of every sin,
ture ought to be believed, and

Con. 6. 6. Cat. 152. Punithe
obeyed, Con. 1,4,The sufficien-

mients of fin in this world, Cone
cy and perfection of the scrip 5,5,6, 17, 3, 18. 4. Cat, 28,83,
ture, Con. I. 6. Cat. 2,5. Its

In the world to come, Con. 32,
perspicuity, Con.17. The infal 1, 33, 2. Cat 29, 86, 89. Sin is
lible rule of interpreting fcrip pardoned forhrist'síake alone,
ture, is the scripture itself, Con, Con, 11,1, 15, 3. Çat, 70. Sec
1, 9: The scripture is the only justification , fatisfa&ion. Every
rule of faith and practice, Con,

man bound to prayfor pardon of
1, 2. Cat. 3,5. And of worship, sin, Con. 15, 6. God continues
Con.21, 1. Cat. 108, 109. The

to pardon the sins of those that
Ipirit speaking in the scriptures,

are justified, Con. II, 5. How,
is the supreme judge of all.con pardonot lin

is to be prayed for
troversies in religon, Con. I 10, Cat. 194. The fin unto death,
The original text of the fcrip, Çon. 21, 4i Cat. 183. Belie-
ture, is that to which the church vers have the dominion of the
is finally to appeal, Con. 1, 8. whole bodyofsin destroyed,and.
But they are to be translated in the lutts thereof more and more
to vulgar languages, Con. 1,8,

weakned and mortified, Con.6,
Cat, 156. Because all sorts of 5, 13, 1. Cat.75. See mortifica.
people have an interest in them, tion, Tanctification. How provi,
and are commanded to read denceisexcerci/edabout lin, Con.
them, ibid, How they are to be 5,4 Why God permitted the fin
Țead, Cat. 157. The illumina ofour firltparents, Con,6,1 Why
tion of the spirit of God is ne: he leaves his children tofall in.
ceffary for the laying under. to fin, Con, 5, 5. Why and how

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