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Sorrow, Excelsof that which is worldly gives the advantage to Satan

272 When exorbitant it is dishonourable to God Excess of it when God hides his face congdered Rules for moderating it on the death of relations 292, da.

Vid. Godly sorrow. Spirit, God's being fo explained with useful inferences 464 Suddenness of relations dying, no sufficient ground of ex

ceffive sorrow Sufferings for religion, how sincerity is tried by them 184

How sincerity establishes the soul under them
How St. Paul was ready for them

298 God suffers the most grievous sometimes to befal his best . fervants They redoved to God's glory, and the good of his peo ple

303, 305 Seven tokens of their approach Why God usually gives warning of them before-hand i10 Teo excellencies of being prepared for them 31-2, &c. Vid. Preparatión.

... T T Empefts, represents worldly troubles, 432. Vid. Storms. 1 Temptation, arguments by which the devil backs it answered

71, &c. Temptations, the usual method wherein they prevail . 435

Acquaintance with them necessary to prepare for lufferings 362 Several kiods of them

364 The policy which Satan discovers in them

ibid. The chief danger of them lies in our own corruptions 365 Rules to prevent being overcome by them, in a fuffer. ing hour

367 Trinity of persons in the God-head, confirmed and improved 480 Troubles, how they are represented by storms at sea Truth of God, the nature and properties of it explained

and improved Frial of grace, various ways by which it is done *139, &c.

Useful inferences concerning it.
Christians thould be diligent in doing it - 200

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UfNchangeableness of God, the nature of it, with im
provements

468 Upton, (Jobn, Elo) a funeral sermop on his death

434 "Some account of his excellest character

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W isdom of God, the nature of it shewn, with improve ments

469 youthfulness of dead relations, no sufficient ground of excessive forrow for them

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V O L U M E VIII.

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Doption, the nature and properties of it opened and

I improved
Appetite, ligas of our spiritual one being right
Application, (of Christ), explained and improved

II Alurance, of God's love, several questions and answers

for explaining and improving it
Of Christ's love, most desirable to believers
Directions for obtaining and securing it
Vid. Love of Christ.

B
Aptism, questions and answers concerning the nature of it 115
The several kinds of subjects on whom it is to be ad.

ministered
Of iofaots, vindicated against Mr. Philip Cary 208, &c.
Blefjedness, the perfection of it explained and improved 40
Bread, what is meant by it in the Lord's prayer

143 Our praying for daily bread explained and improved ibid.

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Ary, (Mr. Philip) Mr Flavel's defence of infant-bap-
tism agaiost him

168—229 His three positions concerning the covenant of Sinai, &c. considered

172, &c. Christ, bis offices explained and improved, 1. Vid. Offices.

His humiliation explained and improved
How a linder's espousals to him, is represented by the
coronation of a king

430 Why he rejuices in singers yielding to his government 434 Motives to a submission to his government

440 Condition, the nature of an evangelical one

193, &c. Faith is that of the gospel-covenant, 195. Vid. Covenant. ; Conscience, a preface persuading to hearken to it . 335 Contentment, the nature, possibility, and peçeflity of it 81, &c. onverpon, the possibility of it in the vileft fingers That of profane finners highly probable

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Pag. Converfion, how it is frequently and fatally mistaken The gature of that which is real

414 The hazards which attend it, and the absolute pecellity of it 415 All might do more than they do towards it

417 Temptations and discouragements in the way of it 418

Several weighty considerations persuading to it . 419 Coronation, a sermon on the occasion of that of kiog William

.: 424 How a souls espousal to Christ is represented by it 428 Why that of Christ is joyful to him

434 Several useful inferences concerning that of Christ 435, &c. Corruption, (lipful) work in the best Christians

248 Why it works most in religious duties

249 · Reasons why its working in duties is very grievous to

good men
Instructions resulting from the working of it in holy duties 252
Rules to prevent its totally spoiling our religious services 254
Comforts to those who lament it

255 Covenant, (of grace) the conditionality of it explained

and confirmed Covenant, (of works) the nature of it explained, with im . provements

173, &c.
That of Sinai not the same with it
How it differed from that of circumcision
Covetousness, the nature and mischief of it
Crucified, Christ may be said to be so three ways'

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D Eath, how believers are perfected by it

31 D Delight, that of Chrilt in our redemption, confirmed, explained, and improved

294 Drunkenness, how it is condemned by natural reason and . conscience Duty of man to God, wherein it consists, 41. Vid. Obedience.

Duties of religion, what seriousness is required in them 232 !, Sigos of drawing near to God in them

240 How corruptions work in the saints performance of them 246 Four rules to prevent their being spoiled by corruptions 254 Encouragements to them, notwithstanding the workings

of corruptions Duties and fins of professors, a double scheme of them 471, &c.

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FFfcetual calling, questions and answers for explaining

and improving it
What are the concomitants of it

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Pag Enjoyment of God, the fuloefs of it explained and improved 40

erit and Enmity to godliness, condemoed by natural reafon and

coolcience Exaltation of Chrilt explained and improved

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T Aith, several instructive qüeries and replies concerning that which is saving

94, &c. The least measure of that which is saving highly valuable 302 The weakness of it costs believers many tears and forrows 304

Vid. Saving faith.
Faithfulness of God, the datore and properties of it 256

Vid. Truth.
How it is to be exercised by minifters in their work 448, &c.
How this, and prudence should be mingled together in
the ministerial work

452, &c. Flavel, (the author) his reply to Mr. Philip Cary, concern

ing iafant-baptism
Forgiveness, the petition for it in the Lord's prayer, 'ex-

plained and improved
Lorification of believers, at death, confirmed and im
proved

32 God, the full enjoyment of bim explained and improved 40 Godly-forrow, how the contemplation of Christ's suffer

iogs produces it The truth of it discovered by several rules

304 Good-name, our duty io reference to that of others, or our own 78, Grace, the growth and increase of it explained and improved 27

Hi HUmiliation of Christ, explained and improved

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TNfants, arguments for baptizing of them proposed and

viodicared, 196, doc. Vid. Baptism. Joy in the Holy Ghost, the nature and properties of it,

with useful inferences Justification, the doctrine of it explained and improved

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Ing, how Christ is fo, explained and improved
1 Kingdom of God, what meant by praying it maj come 137

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I Amb of God, Christ fo called
U Why to be beheld with admiration

268 The great usefulness of beholding him by faith 270 Law of God, our disability perfectly to keep it in this life 84

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: Pag. Law of God, usefol inferences from our inability to yield perfect obedience to it

86 Lord's prayer, whether to be ufed as a form or not 130 The preface to it explained and improved

132 The first petition therein opened, with improvements 134 Its second petition considered

137 An exposition and application of the third petition139 The fourth petition of it opened and improved

143 AB explication and application of the fifth petition in it 147, The sixth petition of it expounded and improved 152

An exposition of its conclufion, with improvements 154 Lord's fupper, questions and answers concerning the na- : ture and ends of it

120 The elements, actions, and subjects of it lewa ;. 122 The qualifications and duties of those who receive it 124 A discourfe concerning that ferigusness which is required iö it

232 A meditation on God's Dearbefs to his people in it . 240 How Christ is to be beheld in it What we may behold of Christ therein

268 Lord's supper, the advaotages of beholding Chrift id it by faith 270 Love of Christ, what readers the assuranceof it most desirable 313

The difficulty of obtaining the assurance of it. 315 Directions for attaining an assurance thereof

316 How it is said to pass knowledge

Whereio it appears to be wonderful
Love, (to God áød man) the properties of it, with improve-

ments

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M E at and drink, how Christ's fiesh and blood is so
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to believers
The transcendent excellency of that whieh Christ gives 308
Profitable inferences concerning that our Saviour gives 309
Motives to feed upon that which flaws from Christ
Members of the church, several of their usual fins and

duties enumerated Moral-law, the oature and obligation of it confidered and improved ;

. N N ame of God, the Tanctifying of it explained and improved 134 Bedience to God, the õature and rules of it explained

and improved, 44. Vid. Ten Commandments, VOL. VIII. -Y yy

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