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147 God's anger.
27 Their employment at the day of judg.
148 Threatened against the wicked.
149 Wrath of God threatened against 28 They are worshippers of God the Fa.
150 God is wroth.—Prayers deprecating 29 They worship Christ, and are subject
151 God's indignation against sinners. 30 Devils are angels that sinned, and are
152 Fury ascribed to God.
31 What their sin is supposed to have
32 Names given to them in scripture.
33 They are enemies to all good, and
157 The Lord is a terrible God.
34 Satan's enmity to Christ and his ser.
159 God is jealous for his people. Pro- vants.
mises. His jealousy in threats 35 Devils believe that there is a God.
70 36 They knew Christ's servants. 76
37 They know the sacred scriptures.
38 Satan was overcome by Christ.
39 He is overcome by Christians through
2 He created the heavens and the 40 Promises to them that overcome Sa-
70 41 Duties exhorted to in opposition to
5 Summer and winter.
1 God is King, Ruler and Governor of
the world; having a throne, king-
10 Inferior creatures on the dry land. dom, dominion, government.
3 He is the Judge of the earth.
12 Man created. His body.
4 Counsels of God.—He hath his coun-
14 Man's spiritual state after his creation. 5 Purpose of God.
15 Man's first disobedience or fall from 6 God doth will.
16 His first sin and its consequences re- 8 Ordinations of God.—Things ordained
9 Decrees of God.- Things decreed.
18 Their names-Cherubims, &c. 10 Things appointed of God.
72 11 Predestination. Things predestin-
19 Their nature.Superior to man.
A1 Their employment for the good of 13 Election of Christians.
14 Persons chosen or elected of God to
22 Instances of the care and services of fill offices in church and state.
15 Calling. God doth call; his people
23 Revelations of God's will, and direc-
tions, given by angels. 73 16 Particular persons called to offices.-
24 Angels inflict God's judgments on the Priests, &c.
17 Justification.—God justifieth.
25 Their attendance on, and services to 18 Men not justified by the works of the
Christ on earth.
26 They shall attend Christ at his com- 19 Men are justified freely, and by grace
20 Sanctification. God sanctified the Redemption of particular persons
21 Jews were commanded to sanctify 51 God a counsellor.--He giveth counsel
22 God doth sanctify Christians. 52 He depriveth the wicked of counsel.
23 God sanctifieth Christians by his
word and Spirit.
53 God a teacher; he doth teach his peo.
24 Justification and sanctification other. ple.- Teaching from God prayed
wise expressed.-God doth wash, for.
84 54 The Holy Ghost teacheth.
25 God doth cleanse-Duty to cleanse 55 God doth instruct.
ourselves.-Promises to the clean- 56 God doth direct.
-Promises that God will lead his
29 The Lord is a God unto his people; 59 God doth guide his pcople.
he is with them and among them.
60 God doth strengthen-Strength pro-
30 God forsaketh not his people.
31 Prayers that God would not forsake 61 God doth uphold.
63 God a shield, rock, fortress, refuge,
33 God doth not cast off nor reject his &c.
86 64 God is a helper to his people. 98
34 Prayers against being cast off.
-Help from God promised.
65 Help from the creatures vain.
36 God a Father.He is a Father to his 66 God a deliverer.-He delivereth from
37 How any of mankind come into the 67 God delivereth from enemies, &c. and
relation of children unto God, be- oppression,
sides that of being created by 68 Christ a deliverer.—Deliverance pray.
38 Blessings from God as a Father, to 69 Persons that shall be delivered. The
poor and needy.
39 Marks and characters of God's chil. 70 Prophets and apostles.
dren, in the exercise of the graces, 71 All God's faithful servants.
and practice of the duties of reli- 72 Deliverance from moral evil. 101
89 73 God delivereth into natural evil.-
hands.Heathens into the hands of
41 Under God, their heavenly Father, the Israelites,
Christians are brethren and sisters, 74 The Lord doth keep his people.-
and owe to each other the duties of He keepeth his servants from evil.
42 Christ is their elder brother.
75 God preserveth his people. 103
43 Salvation. God is a Saviour.-He 76 God is the creator of his people.-
Threats against those who aposta-
44 Persons to whom salvation is pro- tized.
mised.—Salvation prayed for. 77 He is the creator of Christians; they
92 are new creatures, God's workman.
46 The word of God a mean of salvation. 78 Duty of Christians as new creatures.
47 Ministry a mean of salvation.
48 God a defence. He is the defence of 79 God is to his people their planter,
93 builder, &c.; they are his planting,
49 Redemption.-God a Redeemer.
his vineyard which he watereth,
tion in Canaan.
80 The Lord planted, watered, and made 27 That Christ should be beaten and spit
81 Apostacy or unfruitfulness; threats 28 Christ's own testimony of this.
29 What kind of death he should die.
82 The fruitful, whether Jews or Gentiles, 30 Christ's silence.
105 31 They gave sentence against him. 110
Prophecies concerning Christ, his Suffer. 35 His words on the cross. He prays
ings, Death, Resurrection, &c. Mira. for his enemies.
37 That a bone of him should not be
1 The testimony of prophecy appeal. broken.
ed to as a foundation of faith in 38 That he should be buried with the
2 The testimony of prophecy urged by 39
40 Christ rests the credit of his preten.
3 Prophecies concerning Christ, fulfilled
sions on the event of his rising from
in his incarnation, life, death, resur- the dead.
10641 The witnesses of his resurrection.
4 The nation, tribe and family he was 42 Other evidences of his resurrection;
5 The time of his life and death fixed 43 He was raised by the power of God.
by other events foretold in pro- 44 Prophecies concerning his ascension.
45 That he should sit at God's right
6 The country and town where Christ hand.
7 Prophecies concerning his forerunner, 47 Promised by Christ.
107 48 Prophecies of Christ concerning the
8 Christ's purging the temple.
persecution of Christians. 112
9 His working miracles.
49 Miracles of Christ.—The evidence of
10 That the Spirit of the Lord should be
miracles appealed to as a foundation
11 That he should be a prophet.
50 New Testament miracles a foundation
12 That he should preach or teach.
of faith in Christ.— Those attending
13 That he should not seek the applause the birth of Christ and that of John
14 That he should be a sufferer.-Infir- 51 Miraculous cures performed by Christ,
15 That he should be despised of men. 52 Devils cast out.
108 53 Sicknesses healed. Blindness, deaf,
reproached. 54 The dead raised to life.
18 Reproaches that cast upon 55 He calms the wind and sea, walks
on the water, feeds thousands,
19 That he should be persecuted.
20 That the Jews and Gentiles should join 56 Miracles accompanying the death of
21 That he should be sold for money.
22 The use they apply the money to
57 Christ empowers his disciples to work
58 Miracles wrought by the apostles,
23 Prophecies concerning his betrayer.
24 Concerning the miserable end of
Judas.How this is expressed by
Christ's Glory and Exaltation.
25 That Christ should be forsaken.-
1 Christ's glory before his incarnation.
3 His glory after his resurrection. 10 Christ's truth.
4 Christ's exaltation at God's right hand. 11 goodness.
5 He is exalted above mankind.
6 The church is subject to him.
Christ's benefits to men, or blessings they
Divine Titles given to Christ.
receive through him as a Saviour, Re.
-Hence the title of Father, so often 1 Christ is the Saviour: salvation is by
2 He is distinguished from the created 2 Christ a Redeemer; redemption through
3 Christ is called the image of God.
6 Christ is one with the Father.
7 The same things spoken of the Fa- 7 an Intercessor.
ther, and of Christ. Christ's titles in 8
general, ranged alphabetically. 120 9 Reconciliation by Christ.
13 Sanctification through Christ.
14 Christ is called life to his people. 131
121 15 Eternal life is from and by him.
3 Will change the bodies of men.
17 Benefits from Christ against sin. 132
5 He will dispense suitable rewards and 18 Christ's love to his people.
19 His care of his people-his presence
6 Rewards from Christ to the righteous. with them.
122 20 Christ's excellencies and benefits,
7 Punishments to be inflicted on the
123 21 Titles given to Christ taken from the
Highest and the most useful offices
22 His prophetic office carried on by
the Spirit, speaking in the prophets
1 Acts of worship offered to Christ 23 Foretold by the prophets.
24 His own account of his prophetic
2 Acts of worship offered to Christ
25 Christ is called the light of the
27 His offering himself a sacrifice.
28 Christ was given and delivered; the
29 He gave himself, and for what end.
30 Christ suffered : the end thereof.
4 Acts of Christ's power towards his 31 Christ's death : the efficacy thereof.
5 Acts of power against his enemies. 32 Christ's blood : its efficacy.
137| 7 Works of the Trinity.-Creation.
9 Teachers receive their knowledge
from Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
Baptism and the Lord's Supper.
10 Father, Son, and Spirit, spake by those
1 Baptism before Christ's death.
after his resurrection. 138 11 Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, are in
3 The institution of the Lord's Supper. Christians as in a temple.
4 It is to be received frequently. 12 Sanctification by Father, Son and
5 And with a suitable preparation. 139 Spirit.
13 God's people led by Father, Son and
16 The Son and Spirit joined with the
1 The Spirit's influences upon the ma- Father in acts of worship. 149
2 Upon the minds of mankind. 140
3 Upon the formation of Christ's body.
Duties toward God.
5 Upon the actions of Christ's life.
3 Prayers for them that know God, and
9 The Spirit's influences upon the apos- 4 God will be known by his people—Is
10 Upon the apostles, furnishing them 5 Christ called Light, as
with the knowledge of divine sent to give the true knowledge of
truths, and utterance to express God.
142 6 Duties of the enlightened, who know
11 The scriptures written by the pro- God.
phets and apostles under the influ. 7 The wicked know not God.
12 Miraculous gifts of the Spirit upon the 9 in Christ.
apostles and some primitive Chris- 10 Brief summaries thereof.
143 11 Confessing Christ: promises.
13 Influences of the Spirit upon the 12 Denying Christ: threats.
minds of Christians in general. 13 The certainty and assurance of faith.
14 Upon governors, magistrates, and war. 14 Graces and duties accompanying true
faith; or marks and evidences of it.
15 The Spirit proceedeth from the Father
and the Son, or is given and sent 15 God the author and supreme cause of
16 Sins against, and duties toward the 16 Prayers and thanks to God for faith,
17 Christ the author of faith.-The Holy
Ghost also the author of faith.
18 Means of faith.-God's word.
The same things attributed to the Father, to the -The Gospel called faith, and the
Bon, and to the Holy Ghost.-diz.
20 Promise of Justification to believing