Obrazy na stronie

Ignorance of the truth, chiefly among | 15. 32. Leads out of the world, i. 18. Is the letter-learned, ii. 227.

hated by evil-doers, i. 21. Not natural, Image, earthly and heavenly, what? iii. ibid. Is Scripture within, i. 22. Haters of 240.

it, deny Christ, the prophets and apostles, Images, not to be made, i. 367; ii. 444. i. 23. 213. It condemns the haters, i. 27. Makers condemned, and breakers justified, Calls to repentance, i. 34. Opens parables i. 373-386. Offensive to the Jews, ii. 369. and figures, i. 35-39. Keeps in unity and Inchantments forbid, i. 438.

cleanness, i. 43. Unites Jews and Gentiles, Indulgences, vain, ii. 449.

i. 65. Subjects to the higher powers, i. Informers and persecutors, like the de 88, 89. Discovers the first and second covil, ii. 130. Their punishment, iii. 132-venant, i. 144. An antidote against temp136 Are Judases, and false witnesses, iii. tations, i. 303-305. Denied by many Chris137. 325.

tians, owned by Turks and heathens, ü. Inspiration, not ceased, ii. 245. Scrip. 199–200. Deniers of it, crucify Christ in tures not understood without it, 246. spirit, ii. 202. And dishonour him, ï. 209. Judas's sin and punishment, iii. 433. Blasphemy against it, what? ii. 350. Is

universal, ii. 359, 360. 412. Teaches how

to live and die in the Lord, ii. 110. 112. K.

Is the best armour, iü. 168. Lighteth men's

candle, iii. 341, 342. Kingdom of God, not seen by the natu Lights of the tabernacle, a type of Christ, ral man, i. 15. Of darkness, stands in dis. ii. 352, 353. obedience, iii. 21. The unrighteous can Lip-worship God abhors, i. 86. not enter, i. 263. Doers, and not sayers, London rebuked, i. 142. inherit it, iii. 266. Of Christ, everlasting, Love, we owe to enemies, i. 331; ïïi. 309. iii. 354. In righteousness, iii. 485, 486. To one another, i. 364, 365. Is to be uni

Kings, to be prayed for, iii. 321. King versal, ii. 217. Of God and Christ, to man, of France, warned, i. 234. Of Spain judged, is universal, ii. 218-220. 339. 390. Of moi. 238.

ney, the root of all evil, ii. 431. A mark Kneeling at the supper, whence? iii. 432. of true Christianity, iii

. 210. 347. Lust, contrary to the light, i. 17. Mis

pends God's creatures, ïi. 4. L.

Luxury, punished by want, and other

judgments, ii. 6-12. Lake of fire, is for the beast and false prophet, iii. 264. Lamb, has the victory, i. 171.

M. Language plain, of thou and thee, scriptural, i. 46; iii. 470. Divers, from Babel, Magistracy owned, i. 45. i, 175.

Magistrates to use the sword aright, i. Law, without life, the Jews have, i. 53, 342. 54. Many, called Christians, also, i. 77. Is Mahomets worship to be forsaken, i. 217written in the heart, i. 149. Royal, is love 220. and liberty, i. 337. Made for the unright Man, not his own, ü. 204. Of sin reeous, i. 344; iii. 310. Of the old and new vealed, üi. 25. covenant, differ, 308.

Mastery, not to be striven for, i. 124. Laymen, none were called by the apos Measure, must be kept to, č. 246. tles, i. 325.

Mediator, none but Christ, ii. 453. Letter, is not the word, i. 16. Is a de Meet-helps, male and female are in Christ, claration of the word, i. 21.

iii. 356, 357. Letter-learned, denying revelation, are Meetings for worship, not to be restrainignorant, of God, his peace, truth, glory, ed, i. 347, 348. Not confined to certain arm, righteousness, secrets, Son, light, houses, iii. 185–187. coming, judgment, ministry, power, spirit, Men-eaters, who? ii. 276. deep things, gospel mystery, man of sin, Merchants should be honest, i. 160. of themselves, &c. i. 229-239.

Mercy, better than sacrifice, i. 67. Liberty to the captives, Christ gives, i. Messiah come, proved, i. 291-297. Pro69. Of the flesh, among professors, i. phesied of, to be the rod of Jesse, a hiding199-201. Of conscience, due to all, i. 278- place, the way, God's servant and elect, a 281. Of worship, also, i. 349-352. Given, plant and root, despised and rejected of by Turks and heathens, i. 359. Pure in men, a witness, leader and commander, the truth, üi. 229, 230, 231.416.

born in Bethlehem, crucified and buried, Light, shows evil, and reproves for it, i. a sanctuary, stone, gin, snare, a priest,

shepherd, prince, refiners' fire, king, shilo, Pearl lost in the apostacy, i. 165. Found prophet, &c. ii. 63-81.

within man, i. 164. Is Christ, i. 166, 167, Ministry, of men's making, is to be dis- 168.

to with diligence, iii. 425.

Attainable in this life through Christ, iii. Ministers, not masters, i. 44. Of Christ, 439. Denied by the false church, iii. 448. preach him the word, i. 90–92. Have the By ignorant teachers, iii. 478. word of reconciliation, iii. 424. Have their Persecution, contrary to Christ, i. 319. exercises, iii. 428. Want not maintenance, 329-330. 338-340, 341.352, 353, 355; ii. ii. 37. Preach freely, ii. 39. Are servants 321; ii. 146. 315. 328. 344. 409-412. Is to all, ibid. Use no tythe-bags, ii. 262. the portion of God's people in this world, Have the anointing, iii. 423. Of Satan, ü. 125. plead for sin, iii. 20-22. 438-450. Trans Persecutors condemned, i. 52. 274. 307. form themselves, iï. 226. of the letter, 309, 310; iii. 312-313. 321. Will be deny the word, i. 93. Persecute them that plagued, i. 243. Persecuted themselves, preach it, i. 97.

i. 314; ï. ï. 386. Cannot pray the Lord's Mockers at the moving of the spirit, re prayer, ii. 323; iii. 147. 347. Nor exercise proved, iii. 463.

a good conscience, iii. 456. Nor convert Moderation commended, i. 229.

others, iii. 479. Observe not the royal law, Mother of harlots, the false church, ii. ii. 271. Their punishment, iii. 307. Are 311.

man-slayers and murderers, ïï. 314. Mountain, filling the earth, is Christ, iii. Philadelphia commended, iii. 224. 302-304. 354.

Plays and sports no Christian exercise, Mystery of iniquity discovered, i. 241; i. 315. üi. 432.

Pleaders for sin, please the world's God, iii. 15. Refuted, iii. 438-450.

Plotting, and plotters denied, i. 267. N.

Poor to be relieved by the rich, i. 135.

161. Follow Christ, ii. 278. Naming of Christ, obliges to depart from Pope, guilty of innocent blood, i. 246, sin, ii. 338; iii. 252-254.

247. His plagues, i. 248, 249, 250. Not Nature of Ishmael, Esau, and Cain, in the head of the church, ii. 451, 452. A professors, ii. 395.

question to him, üi. 484. Newness of life, becomes the new cove Popery disowned, i. 270, 271; ï. 434. nant people, ii. 369.

Miracles by dead men's bones, praying to the dead, purgatory, making a god of bread

and wine, worshipping according to the 0.

traditions of men, iii. 360-366. 481-484.

Power of the enemy in the disobedient, Observers of saints' days profane them, iii. 26. iii. 464. Persecute others, iji. 463. Con Prayers to be made for all men, ii. 222, trary to the Jews and Christ, iii. 466. Are 223. To the dead, idolatry, ii. 436, 442. in bondage, iii. 471, 472.

The saints make, without book, iii. 434. Offices exercised by Christ, iii. 401. Preaching to the spirits in prison, how?

Opposers of the order of truth, sensual, ii. 324. üi. 231.

Preachers envious, to be turned from, ïïi. Oppression reproved, i. 28.

462. Order to be kept in the church, ii. 182 Predestinarians deny universal grace, ii. 184.

391. Contradict Scripture, ii. 409. Ordinances of men in religion, not to be Priests, worse than Balaam and Simon minded, iï. 317. 319, 320.

Magus, i. 23. Put an end to, by Christ, i. Ornament of women, what? i. 140. 33. Chief persecutors of Christ, and his

followers, i. 95; iii. 450-455. Robbers, i.

182. Called to the bar, i. 179. Love P.

tythes and honour, i. 183. 189. Observers

of days, i. 184. 186. Destroyers of men's Paradise, man's happiness, iii. 9. lives, i. 186. Plead for sin, i. 188. Buy Parents are to teach their children, iï. and sell their gifts, i. 190. Live in worldly 206, 207.

lusts, ibid. Serve God merely with their Parliament, to reform the nation, i. 262, lips, i. 192. Complain for want of gain, i. 263, 264.

259. Have Popish hire, i. 260, 261, 262. Peace of Christ, to believers in the light, Offend the Jews by school-craft, swearing, i. 241.

preaching for hire, many temples and al

tars, observing saints' days, old stony hearts, Relics, of heathenism and popery, iï. ii. 372–375. Needless under the new co 469. venant, ii. 422-424.

Remnant of Babel cut off ; of Israel, Priesthood disannulled by Christ, i. 147; saved, i. 70. ïi. 258; ii. 334. 462.

Repentance to be preached to all, üi. 418. Prince of darkness, and his reign, iii. 16. Reprobation unconditional, contradicts 21. Overcome by the light, i. 18. the Gospel, ii. 388. Man himself the cause

Privileges of females, in Christ, iii. 245. of, i. 406.

Profession without possession, hypocrisy, Reprobates, who? ï. 370. Think themi. 101.

selves elect, ii. 396. Professors without life blinded and hard Respect of persons denied, i. 45. 86, 87. ened, i. 85, 86. God will try, i. 131. Are Resurrection, a mystery, ii. 153. Christ erred from the spirit of truth, comfort, as is, iii. 295-297. surance, grace; from true Christianity, Revelation true ministers own, i. 24. faith, baptism, church, Christ the head, ii. Owned by heathens, i. 405. Who deny it, 308, 309. Turned persecutors, iii. 138. know not God, ii. 229. Denied by the

Promise of God, the election obtains, i. world, ibid. 82. Of the new covenant, universal, ii. Rich men, should remember Dives and 416.

Lazarus, ii. 271, 272. Prophets false, who? i. 37. Uphold An Righteousness of the scribes and pharitichrist, and his worship, i. 170. True, sees, what? i. 260. persecuted by professors, iii. 128, 129. Rudiments of the world, by whom up

Prophecy of Christ fulfilled, ii. 82. Not held, iii. 216. ceased in the church, i. 240. Despisers of Rule of the apostles, the new creature, it, slay the witnesses, ii. 241–243. Without ii. 249. Before Scripture, ii. 250. Spirit it, no edification, ii. 244.

of God, the chief, ii. 251-253. Psalms of David, profanely sung, i. 42. Rulers, unjust, reproved, i. 50. Are not 130.

to persecute, ii. 147. Purgatory, unscriptural, ii. 445. True, the blood of Christ, ii. 447-449. Purification, Jewish and Popish, ï. 435.

S. Under the Gospel, by fire and water, iii. 422.

Sacrament, not a Scripture term, i. 42.

Sacrifices ended, i. 294; ii. 259, 260; iji. Q.

343. 382. Under the Gospel, what ? iïi.

383. Quakers, how first called so, ï. 202. Salutations of the world, vain, i. 137. Know and witness Christ, ii. 203. Suffer School-craft, prophets and apostles had for non-conformity to Popery, as not pay not, i. 318. Is useless, ii. 371. ing tythes, steeple-house rates, not sprink. Scholars rude and unsober, i. 312, 313. ling infants, not churching women, not Scriptures wrested by the unlearned, i. marrying by a ring, not owning school-de- | 105. Not understood without the Holy grees, using plain language, not bowing Spirit, iii. 35. and uncovering, not swearing, not obsery Seamen warned, and advised, ü. 283– ing saints' days, as being reputed priests, 289. iii. 95–104. Are true Protestant Chris Sea dried up, what? ïi. 290. Converted tians, ibid. Their testimony for Jesus to Christ, ibid. Christ, iii. 378. Antiquity of their wor Sect-makers, deny God's love to be uniship, religion, mother, faith, foundation, versal, ii. 222. Know not the One Spirit, way, original, hope, Gospel-ministry, lead. ii. 224. Deceive the world, iii. 11, 12. er, teacher, mediator, overseers, prayers, Separatists ignorant of imity in spirit, iii. baptism, cross, iii. 384-402,

239. Quietness to be sought, i. 125.

Serpent, the head of false teachers, ii. 314. His head bruised, how? ii. 244. Not

reconcileable to the seed of the woman, iii. R.


Shepherds, true owned, and false denied, Rebellion the cause of reprobation, ii. i. 41. 326, 327. 382, 383–385. And of destruction, iii. 160. Shopkeepers not to deceive, i. 161.

Rejoicing, to be in the cross of Christ, Silence, God's ordinance, i. 119. An of ii. 249.

fence to the world, i. 130-133. Relation to Christ the saints have, i. 210, Sin pleaded for by false Christians, ii. 211.

226, 371.

Sion's glory, iii. 161. Excelling Sinai's, Teacher of the new covenant, the Holy üi. 162.

Ghost, i. 147. 151, 152. God and Christ, Sodom, spiritually, where? iii. 155. 158. ii. 313. The grace of God, ii. 315.

Souls, none can cure, but by the power Teachers false, who? j. 44. 127. UnproGod, ü. 478.

fitable, to be turned from, iji. 212, 213. Sons of God, who, iii. 255.

Of sin, to be disowned, i. 128, 129, 130. Speakers to be silent, who? i. 122. Teaching for hire and gifts, blind and Spirit of God, upon male and female, i. dumb, of lies, not sent, persecuting, fol105. Given to all

, i. 282–285; iii. 335. All lowing their own spirits, crying peace to must come to it, ii. 316; iii. 414. With the wicked, scattering the sheep, light and draws from them that vex it, i. 321. Blinds airy, leaving the flock, binding heavy burrebellers against it, ii. 344, 345. Of grace, thens on others, loving honours and titles, the best teacher, iii. 33. Without it, no not ministering freely, betrayers of Christ, prayer acceptable, iji. 36. Of slumber, is not working, not blameless, pleading for over professors, i. 78-80. Of Christians is sin, having not the spirit of Christ, but only to be tried, ii. 376. Of every one tried by natural learning, not travelling, makers of the unction, iji. 211.

sects, unconverted, hating the light, not Star-gazers reproved, i. 30.

making difference between the precious Stone, smiting the image, is Christ, iii. and the vile, not entered at the door, teach302.353.

ing traditions of men, and doctrines of deStore-houses to be made for the poor, i. vils, &c. ii. 13-58. Like Gehazi, covetous 135.

and leprous, iii. 460. Substance takes away the shadows, i. 42. Teachings of God, the new covenant

Successors of the apostles left all; Christ promise, ii. 318. Must be minded, ii. 331– was with them, were ordained by him, sent 341; iii. 30, 31. by him, had his spirit, were taught by re Tempest Christ rebukes, ü. 279. velation, made elders and overseers by the Temples made with hands, not now God's Holy Ghost, fed the flock, and were good house, i. 25; ii. 337; iii. 119, 120. Outward examples, preached Christ, as the univer- to be denied, i. 44. Temple worship of the sal light and sacrifice, devils were subject Jews abolished, i. 324. to them, had the power as well as form of Temptations of no force against Christ, godliness, were crucified to the world, re üj. 28. jected man's wisdom, spoke in the demon Thanks to God, is holiness, iii. 236. stration of the Spirit, served not their bel Time to be prized, ii. 274, 275. lies, were blameless, preached freely, Titles, forbid the followers of Christ, iii. pleaded not for sin, were persecuted for 467. preaching Christ, used spiritual and not Tongrie unbridled, manifests a vain relicarnal weapons, were baptized by one gion, i. 272. Spirit into one body, sung, prayed and Tradesmen, prophets and apostles were, preached by the Spirit, boasted not of üi. 417-422. other men's labours, upheld not weak and Traditions of men, not to be observed, beggarly elements, were faithful witnesses i. 321, 322; iii. 366. of Christ, experienced what they preach. Tree of life, what? ïïi. 374, Fruitless to ed, knew God and Christ, corrupted not be cut down, i. 29. the

word, did not swear, ii. 172-195. Trembling, caused by the voice of God, Sufferings, the Christian's triumph, iïi. i.46Will cease on all nations, i. 254–256. 109. 123.

Trial of spirits, how? iii. 249. Superfluity in diet, apparel, sports, &c. Truth held in unrighteousness, i. 172. disowned, i. 48, 49.104. Of the rich, should Its principle, i. 273. relieve the poor, i. 136.

Turks confess to Jesus, iii. 83. 85. Their Supper of the Lord, what? ii. 243-244. filthiness and inhumanity reproved, iii. 77. Without bread and wine, iii. 250. Out Warning to them, iii. 84, 85. Set at liberty ward, ended, iii. 283. Inward continued, by Quakers, iïi. 86-90. üi. 284-289

Tythes no Gospel-maintenance, i. 42. Swearing, wholly forbid by Christ, i. Were for the Levites, strangers, widows, 268. 308; ii. 157-166.

and fatherless, ii. 356–264. 309 154 -1

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Tubernacle of God now, what? ji. 339, Unbelief the cause of clamnation, ii. 389. 340.

Unity, of Christ and his church, ii. 291. Talents are given to be improved, iii. 359. 306. Of Jews and Gentiles, in him, ii. 293–

295. Of all the true members, ii. 296. Tol Witness, to be without swearing, under
be sought, ü. 304. Only between the be- the Gospel, ii. 167–170. For God and
lievers in the light, ii. 307.

man, what? ii. 358. Three in heaven, and
Uniformity in the light desirable, iii. 176. in earth, iii. 380.
Uxbridge rebuked, i. 196–199.

Wolves in sheep's clothing, who? i. 235;
ii. 218.

Womb, God opens and shuts, iï. 202.

Women, how to learn in silence, i. 104.

May preach in the church, i. 106-110. 393.
Veil is over the Jews, i. 71.

403; ii. 148. Labour in the gospel, iii. 232.
Vanities and pomps denied, ïïi. 141. Their meetings, not to be opposed, üi. 244.
Deniers thereof blessed, iii. 143.

Woman, the true fled into the wilder-
Vine, Christ is, ii. 306.

ness, i. 236. The false, went a whoring, i.
Vine-dressers rebuked, i. 29.

236, 237.
Vineyard, every one hath to keep, iii. Word of God, is against evil, i. 18. Un-

known to those of the letter, i. 149. Clean-
Voice of Christ, how heard ? ii. 314. seth men's hearts and ways, iii. 204. 205.
Why not heard by many, ü. 356.

Preached by the true ministers, iï. 232.

Words, vain without the power, iii. 212.

Works of God in his children, iii. 23. Of

men, declare their God, iï. 13.

World a sea, ii. 289.' Its god not to be
Wages of sin, death, üi. 24.

believed, iii. 13.
Waiting, to go before speaking, i. 120, Worldliness reproved, i. 29.

Worship, popish, vain, i. 242. True, in
Wanderers from the true Teacher, who? spirit and truth, i. 407-414. Of God's peo-
ü. 247, 256, 258.

ple, encouraged by heathens, ïïi. 327.'
Wandering stars, who? iï. 259.

Wrath of the Lamb, terrible, i. 175; ü.
War, against the truth, i. 43. Is of the 380.
enemy, i. 226. Inward and spiritual, what? Writings, called the word by the world,
üi. 413. Between the beast and the lamb, | i. 93.
ii. 205. Between believers and deniers of
the light, i. 206.
Weapons, of the first and second birth,

ü, 404; ii. 167, 168. Of Christians, not
carnal, i. 223, 224. 272. 354.

Whore, in various forms, i. 20. Her Yea and nay, to be used in our commu-
judgments, i. 28. The false church, i. 178. nications, i. 100.
175. Her cup all have drunk, i. 180. 183.
Sits on the beast, i. 227. Spiritual, who?
ü. 155.

Wisdom from below, the cause of sects,
i. 17. Drives man from God, i. 125. Is in
the false church, ii. 449. True, not pur Zeal, when blind, turns to persecution,
chased with money, iii. 448.

ü. 215.

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