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Chrift, The horrible wickedness of despising him

The necessity of our union with him
What bis being sealed implies, 93. Vide Sealed.
What obligations we are under to devote ourselves to

107 The great evil of using his blood as a common thing I10 The nature of iiis mediation explained

114 • Vide Mediator. The necessity of our being interested in him as Mediator 117 The danger of joining other mediators with him

123 What reason Christians have to be thankful to him ibid. The safety of believers in him

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His prophetical office explained, 126. Vide Prophet.
The aature and neceflity of his priesthood

Vide Priesthood.
How he obtains the throne in the hearts of men
Six ways of his ruling in the souls of men

218 The privileges of the subjects of his spiritual kingdom 222 His providential kingdom explained, 227. Vide Providence. How we should honour him in consideration of his abasement

250 How many ways he was humbled in his life

233 How he prepared himself for his death

265 His fatherly care discovered in his last prayer

267 Vide Prayer. The mercies he requested for his disciples when dying 268 The special arguments pleaded in his last prayer 269 The last reasons of his praying for his disciples at his death

273 How his love and care was manifested in instituting his supper

279 His dignity was proclaimed by his enemies

збо Remarks on the title put upon his cross, 361. Vide Title. How he is called God's fellow

371 His filence in his sufferings, how it is to be understood 385 The greatness of his burdeos, and his patience under them

387 His last words to be most seriously considered His tender care of his mother when he was dyiog 412

Vide Mother. His doleful complaint upon the cross explained and applied

438 How he breathed out his spirit to his Father




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both parts

Christian religion, the excelleocy of it above all others 160
Chriftians, whence it is they sometimes differ from them.
selves at other times

381 Circumcision of Christ, how he was humbled in it

253 City of God, the excellency of its place and company Committing our souls to God at death, several things implied in it, 479.

Vide Soul; vide Deatb.
Condemnation of Chrift, the great injustice of it hewn ia

six particulars
Useful lessons to be learned from it
The wickedness of Pilate in giving it against him

Several uteful inferences concerning it
Covenant of redemption, the general nature of it shewn

55 The perfoos transactiog, the business transacted, and

the mander of traofacting it
The promises made to our Saviour thereia
What the Redeemer restipulated ip it

60 How punctually the articles of it were performed on

ibid. The eternity and security of it

61 Useful ipferences from it

ibid. Cross, the death upon it shewn to be of the worst kind 347, &c. Why Christ died upon it, rather than any other death

351 Useful inferences from our Saviour's enduring it 352, &c. What encouragement believers have to bear theirs for Christ

355 Crucifixion, the worst kind of death, 346. Vide Cross. Cup, a portion of sufferings so called

296 How Christ prayed that his might pass from him 295

Arius (kiag of Persia) declared filthy waters was sweet

to him, in his great thirst, 452. Vide Thirt.
Deatb, Christ prepared himself for it, by praying for his

disciples, 266. By institutiog his last supper, 279
And, by praying for himself

It immediately brings believers into a state of happiness' 429
Useful inferences concerning the immediate conlequence
of it to believers

431 Preparations for it not ordinarily to be expected at the

time of it
How much all, and particularly young people, are con-
cerned to prepare for it


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440, de.

ing Chrift


Death, How believers are encouraged therein, to commit
their fools to God

482 Useful deductions from the encouragement of believers

in it
• That of Christ was, in gederal, designed for four excel-
lent cods

Debauchery, vide Profaneness.
Delight, how Christ was such to his father before his in-

The nature of that of Christ in the Father deferibed 46
Defertion, Christ's complaiot of it upon the crofs 439
The nature of that which Christ endured, explained te-

gatively and positively
The eods for which Christ was exposed to it by the Fa-

443 It is the greatest misery of God's children

446 Comfort to sincere Christians when under it

447 Rules to be obferved by believers when exercised with it 450 Devils, their fin not so much aggravated as ours in reject

Dignity of Christ was proclaimed by his judge
Disciples (of Christ), how they left their Lord in his fuf-

Vide Sheep.
Doctrines, how to make a right judgment of them
Drop of Christ's blood; how voreafonable it is to say, one
only was fufficient to redeem the whole world


Aith in Chrift, the necessity of it to falvation

How useful it is to God's people both living and dyiog 478
Fellow to God, How Christ is said to be so, 371. Vide Christ.
Finisbed, (It is) The comprehensiveness of these words, as
used by our Saviour

464 How Chrift finished the work of redemption on the cross 46g What assurance we have of the work of redemption be

469 Several useful inferences concerning this How we should imitate our Savinur hereio

473 How inuch it conceras us to have our work so, when death comes

475 Flavel (Mr. John), his life and epifles Flesh. put for the whole human nature

- 77 How the word was said to be made flesh

ibid. Forgiveness (a privilege) the greatness of this mercy



ing so




Forgiveness, The nature of it opened

403 What ground ignorant opposers of Christ have to expect it

405 Forgiveness (a duty) the nature of it thewa, negatively and positively

407 The excellency of it, and our obligation to it

409 Several useful inferences concerning it

410 Funeral, several remarkable things in that of Christ

490 Four reafons why our Saviour had one, notwithstanding the small time of his death

492 The impossibility of making an oration on that of Christ, worthy of him

495 Peculiar properties of that of our Lord

493 To have a decent one, is laudable among


497 How that of our Saviour encourages believers against fearing the grave

499 How that of fincere Christians is rendered comfortable by their union with Christ

500 Future state, the reality of one after this life proved 425 Souls pals immediately into it at the time of death 429 God may, but seldom does, prepare men for it at the boor of death


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G Arden, That where Chrift

was in his agony described 293 Gospel, seems to be epitomized (in lsa. liii.)

54 The inexcusableness of those who perish under it

248 How it makes the best husbands and wives, parents and children, cc.

412 Gospel-ordinances, the great efficacy of them when doly

administered Grave, How it is rendered a place of reft to believers 499 How fiocere Christians are encouraged against the fears of it by Christ's funeral

ibid. Grecians, How strangely they were affected with deliverance from bondage


H .
Happiness (of faints) explained, as objective, subjec-

Honour, In what instances we should give it to Christ 250
Human nature wonderfully advanced ia the person of Christ 80
Humiliation of Christ several instances of it in his life
Several very useful inferences from it




259, doc.




power of it


247, Sc.

Hypoftatical union in Christ, the nature and effects of it
Vid. Incarnation.

Gnorance of the gospel, the mifery of being under the

148 Of the Jews concerning Christ, the nature and causes of it

199 Of Chrift, how it occasions enmity against him 401 There is forgiveness with God for such as labour under it 403 Imaginatims, what is meant by them, (2 Cor. &. 5.) 214 How the gospel casts them down

216 Incarnation of Christ explained in five particulars

So Several effects refulting from it

83 Some designs of it mentioned How the love of the Father and of the Son shines fortk io it

86 Several useful inferences concerning it

87 Christ's wonderful abasement in it, fewn in fix things 243 Several improvements we should make of the doctrine

of it Infidelity, the unreafonableness of it

64 Inheritance of believers, comprehends temporal, fpiritual, and eternal good things

206 How much we are concerned to clear up our interest in it 212 Inscription put upon the cross of Christ, explained 359

Vid. Title. Intercellion of Christ, the nature of it opened in feveral things

179 The efficacy of it with the Father

183 Profitable inferences from the doctrine of it

185 1 It gives manifold encouragement to fincere Chriftians ibid. Judas (the traitor) his eminency among the apostles 307

The aggravations of his fin in betraying his Lord 308 The motives and ifTue of his wickedness

310 · Warnings to professors, from his dismal example 312, &c. Justice of God, the inflexible severity of it

174 K King, The necessity of Christ's being fo, as well as 1 prophet and priest

213 Signs of Christ being our king

224 Kingdom of Christ, spiritual and providential

214 How Christ obtains it, and manages it in mens hearts 216 The privileges of the fubjects thereof


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