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Hänt not only to the scripture, farytorightcommunicating, Cat. but even to common sense, and 168, 171, 174. True believers has been and is the caule of gross are never utterly deftitute of the idolatries, Con.29.6.HowChrist
love of Christ and the brethren, hath appointed bread and wine Con. 18. 4. Wherein love to: to be given and received in the wards our neighbour consists facrament, Con 20.3. Cat.169. Cat. 135, 141, 144, 14). What It is only to be administred by a contrary to it, Cať: 136, 1425 minister of the word lawfully 145, 148. It is the sum of our ordained, Con. 27.4. Cat 176. duty to man, Cat. 122. It is not to be received by any Lying, lnful, Cat. 145. one alone, Con. 29. 4. It is to
M kinds, ibid. Agistrates, this facrament have to Christ ibid. Lawful for christians to crucified, Con 29.5. HowChrist accept the office of a magiltrate, is prelent there, Con. 29.7. Cat. Con. 23, 2. The duty of the ci170. How believers feed on him vil magistrate, Con. 23. 2. Cat. therein, ibid. What preparation 129. Con. 20. 4. Read the scripis required for receiving it, Cat. tures letter r. The fins of the 171 Doubting may consist with magistrate, Cat. 130. 145. He an interest in Chrift, Con. 17, 3; may wage war upon just and 18, 4. Cat 81.
And therefore necellary occasions, Con. 23.2. shouldnot hinder frompattaking His power in church affairs Itaof the Lord's supper, Cat. 172. ted, Con.23. 3. The duty of the But the ignorant and scándalous peopletowards theirmagistrates are not to be admitted, Con. 29. Con. 23. 4. Cat127. Their sins 8. Cat. 173. What doties requis against them, Cat. 128. Ecclesed in the time of receiving, fistical persons not exempted Cat. 174. What duties aft r re- from obedience to the civil maceiving, Cat. 175. Frequent at- gistrate, Con. 23. 4. The pope tendance on it, a duty, Cat. 175. hath no power or jurisdiction 177. The agreement and dif- ever magistrates or theiệpeople, ference between the Lord's sup- ibid. The magistrate is not to
per, and baptism, Cat.176, 177. be opposed in the lawful exercise Lots, Cat. 112. 113.
of his power, upon pretence of Love. Election of God's free christian liberty, Con 20.4. In.
love, Con. 3.5. Cat.13. Which fidehty or difference in religion is unchangeable, Con. 17. 2. Cat. doth noť make void the magia 99. And therefore true believers strate's just and legal authority, can neither totally norfinally fall Con. 23. 4. away from the Itate of grace, Man, how created, Con. 4. 2. Cat. ibid. The sense of God's love 19. His state before the fall, is attainable in this life, Cat. 83. Con. 4. 2. Cat. 17. 20. His fall, See assurance. Love to God is a and the effects ofit, Con. 6. Cat. duty, Cat. 104. Which the light 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. of nature she weth, Con. 21.1. His state by the covenant of To love the Lord Our God with grace, Con.7,3,4,5,6. Cat. 3o, all our heart, &c. is the sum of
31, 32, 33, 34, 35. Man's chicf our duty to him, Cat, 102. Love end. Cat. 1. to God is necessary to the right Man-Stealing, discharged, Cat. performance of the duty of pray- 1426 er, Con. 21.3. Cat.185. Love to Marriage, the end of it, Con. God and the brethren is necef- 247 2. Cat. 20. Between more
than one man and one woman Meat to be moderately used, Cat;
works of providence, Con. s, to
It is of God's tree love and merconsanguinity or affinity forbiddenin the Scriptures, Con. 24. cy that the elect are delivered But marriages within thole
from fin and mifery,& brought
to an eltate of salvation by the degrees can never be made lawo ful, ibid. Protestants should not
second covenant, Cat. 30. God marry with infidels, papists or
is merciful to penitent line other idolaters, Con.24, 3, Nor
ners in Chrift, Con, 15,2, Cato
79. For whose fake mercy is fuch as are godly, with ihose that arcnotoriously wicket' 'bid,
to be prayed for, Cat, 180. A contract of marriage may be
works of mercy are to be done, dissolved for adultery or forni
even on the Lord's day, cation committed after the con- 21, 8, Cat 117 tract, Con, 24. 5. The bond of Merit. No merit in good worksmarriage can only be diffolved
for pardon of sin or eternal life; for adultery after marriage, and
and why, Con, 16. 5. Nor can fuch wilful defertion as cannot we merit the outward bleflings be remedied, Con.24, 5,6. Un
of this life, Cat. 193. But we are due delay of marriage, prohibi
to trust in the merits of Christ, ting of lawful & difpensing with Cat.174. Who appearing in the onlawful marriages are fin
merit of his obedience and faful, Cat. 139, Vows of perpe
crifice, maketh' intercession for tual fingle life, are finful Inares his people, Cat. 55. in which no christian may in- Messiah. The elect under the old tangle bimself, Con. 22,7. Cat.
Testament believed in the pro139. Those who have not the mifed Messiah, by whom they gift of continency, ought to
had a fullremission of fins, and marry, Cat, 138, The duties of
eternal falvation, Con.7,5,5,6, married persons Cat. 139, 141,
Cat. 34. The mass abominable injurious The ministry given by Christ to to Christ's one only facrifice,
the visible church, Con. 25. 3. Con. 29.2.
the maintainance thereof,aduty., Means. God in his ordinary pro. Cat. 108. A niinister of the golvidence maketh ule of means : pel is one sufficiently gifted, yet is free to work without, a- and also duly approved and lawo bove and against them at his fully called and ordained to that pleasure, Con.5.3. The outward office, Con. 27, 4. 28. 2. Cat. and ordinary means of falvation 158. By fuch only the word is under the law. Con. 7. s.Cat. to be read publicly and preach34. Under the gospel, Con. 7. ed, & the facraments dispensed, 6. Cat. 35, 154 The diligent Con. 27. 4. 28. 2. Cat. 156,158. use of them is required in order
159, 169. to escape the wrath of God, Moral law, See law. Cat. 153, How they are made Mortification. The regenerate effectual. Con. 2593. Cat«155g
have the corruption of nature 161, 182. Trusting in means mortified through Christ, Con. finful,Cat. 105. Unlawful means 6. s. And the several lufts of not to be used, Ibid.
the body of fin, Con. 13. 1. False measures unlawful, Cat.142 Believers draw Arength from
the death and resurrection of is able to perform, ibid. An oatki Christ for the mortifying of lin, is to be taken in the plain and Cat. 167.
common sense of the words ;
and in things not sinful, it binds N.
to performance, thu' to a man's The
own hurt, or made to hereticks, prayer be accepted, it Con. 22. 4. Cat. 113. But it is to be made in the name of Cannot oblige to fin, ibid. Chrift, Con. 21.,3. Cat. 178. Obedience is due to God in whate Whatít is to pray in the name of soever he is pleafed to command, Christ, Cat, 18o. Why prayeris Con. 2. 2. Cat. 104. Christ hath
to be made in his name, Cat.181. performed perfect obedience to The name of God is only thai by the law, for us in our nature.
which men ought to iwear, and Con. 8, 4. Cat. 38, 39, 48, 97. therein it is to be used with all And by it purchased an everholy fear and reverence, Con.22. lasting inheritance in the king. 2. How the name of God ought dom of heaven forthe elect, Cơn. to be used, and how it is profa- 8. 5. Cat. 38 His obedience is ned, Cat, 112, 113, 114, 190. imputed to believers, Con. 11.1. Nature. See corruption, original Cat. 90. He hath not abolished, fin, light of nature.
but much strengthned the ubliThe two natures of hrist. See gation to the obedience of the
Christ, incarnation, personal moral law, Con. 19. 5. Good union,
works done in obedience to The new Testament in Greek is God's commands, are the fruits
that to which the church is final. and evidences of a true faith, ly to appeal in controversies of Con. 16.2.Cat. 32. How the line religion. Con. 1. 8. The ad
cere, tho' imperfect obedience ministration of the covenant of of believers, is accepted, and grace under the gospel, is called rewarded, Con. 16.6. the new Testament, Con. 7.6. Obedience isdue to the lawful comNeighbour. See charity, love. mands of a magistrate, Con. Niggardliness, sinful, Cat. 142. 23. 4. Cat. 127, 128.
Offices of Chrift, of mediator. 0
See mediator. His prophetical An OIT
ATH whatitis, Con.22.1. office, Cat. 43. Priesfly, Cat.446
It is a part of religious and kingly, Cat. 45. worship, ibid. The name of God The old Testament in Hebrew, is that by which men ought only' is that to which the church is to swear, Con. 22.2. Cat. 108. finally to appeal in controverVain or rash swearing by his fies of religion, Con. 1.8. The name is to be abhorred, con.22. administration of the covenant 2. Cat, 113. Yet in matters of of grace, under the law, is cal. weight and inoment an oath is led the old Teftament, Con.7.5. warrantable under the new te- The ordinances of God given by ftantent, Con.22.2. A lawfuloath Christ to the visible church, Con. imposed by lawful authority, 25, 3. The ordinances under ought to be taken,ibid. It is a fin the law, Con.7.5. Cat.34. Thole to refuse it, Con. 22. 3. A man under the golpel, Con.7.6. Cat. muftswear nothing but
what he is 35. Which are fewer, and admifully perswaded is truth; neither nistred with more simplicity,and may he bind himself by oath to lefs outward glory; yet in them any thing, but what he believes
grace an. lalvation are held to be just and good, and whar he
forth in more fulnse, evidence work of the whole person.Con and efficacy, Ibid. All Gods
8. 7. Cat. 40. ordinances, especially the word, Phyfick to be used moderately, facraments, and prayer, are the outward and ordinary means of Lascivious Pictures discharged, falvation, Cat. 184. How they are made effectual, Con. 25. 3. Poligamý unławful, Con. 24, I. Cat 155, 161, 82, The neglect, contempt or opposing them,fin. The Pope has no power or jurif ful, Cat. 109
diction over civil magiftrates 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: Protestantste thould Powers ecclefiaftical or civil, nof
with Papilts, Con, to be opposed upon pretence of 24, 3.
Christian liberty, Con. 20, 4. Pardon, Seefin.
power' ofthe keys, Sce keys. Passions, to be restrained, Cat. Praises to be joined with prayer,
135. 136. Passover, 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. 198. The Patient,bearing and forgiving, of duty of all nien. Con.21, 3. To injuries, a duty, ibid.
be made to God only, and why, Peace of conscience, See consci- Con. 21, 2. Cat, 179. That it
maybeaccepted, it is to be made Pedo-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 cítate of
is to be made in his name, Cat. grace, Con. 17. 1.Cat. 77, 79. 181. Howthespirit 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. 78. They are always kept from Prayer not to be made for the uitter 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 finned the sin unto death, ibid. displeasure. Conf. 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-
Prayer. Cat, 186.
natures in Christ, Con 8, 2. uled Cat. 187 It is explained in
part of the ordinary religious all their actions, according te worship of God, Con. 21.5. And hisinfallible foreknowledge and one of the ordinances in which inmutable decree ; to the glory the covenant of grace is admini- of his wisdom, power, jultice, stred under the new Telta. goodness and mercy, Con. 5.1. ment, Con. 7.6. Cat. 35. None Cat. 18. Events are ordered acare to preach the word,but mi- cording to the nature of second nisters of the gospel, Cat. 158. causes, Con. 3, 1, 5,2. God in How theyare to preachs, 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. Predestination, Con. 3. 3. 4. How providence is exercised a
Cat. 13. The doctrine of prede. bout sin, Con. 5,4. See fin. The
Con. 16 3.God's providence to
ing of the word, Cat. 160. man whencreated, Cat.20. God's Whatpreparation requisite tothe providence is in a molt special fabbath. Cat. -77. What to the manner over his church, Con.s. Lord's fupper, Cat. 171.
7. Cat. 43, 45, 63.
Punishment. See fin.
a duty, Con. 21. 6. Cat. ledgęth no such place, Con.32,1,
adorned by good works. Con. finful, Cat. 136.
and righteousness, Cat.112,467. Prorer y in goods and possessions
Eading the , a of saints, Con. 26, 3. Prophecies. The covenant of 5. How made effectual to salvati
grace administred by prophecies on, Cat. 155. It is the duty of under the law, Con. 7, 5. Cat. all to read them apart by them34.
selves & with their familics, Con. The prophetical office of Christ, 1, 8. Cat. 156. How the word how esecuted, Cat. 43. *
of God is to be read. Con. 21, Propitiation. Christ's one only 5. Cat. 157
facrifice the alone propitiation Rebellion, a fin, Cat. 128.
sed by Christ's facrifice of him-
Recreations to be moderately Providence is God's most ho- used, Cat. 135, 136. But not
ly, wite, and powerful preser- ! on the Lord's day, Con. 21, 8. ving, directing, disposing, and
Cat. 119. governing all his creatures and
notinfringed by thecommunion R of religious worship, Con. 2!!