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2. The Law of Nature, Rom. ii. 14.
1. The Thoughts, 1 Cor. iv. 5.
10. Ecclef. xii. 14.
Rev. XX. 12.
of His Omniscience, Mal. iii. 16.
of Mens Consciences, Jer.xvii. 1. 5. What will be the issue of this Judgment ?
1. Absolution to the Just.
1. Make a Vertue of That now, which then you will be forc'd to do, even honour and reverence Christ, S. Joh. v. 22, 23.
2. Get Him to be your Friend before-hand.
3. Live now, as you will wish you had done, 2 S. Pet. iii. 10,11. S. Jam. ii. 12. S. Mart. XXV. 44.. S. Luk. xxi. 34
S. MATT. xxviii. 19, 20. Ver. 19. Go ye therefore, and teach all Nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
Ver. 20. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you.
ERE is the Apostle's Commislion, consisting of four Commands.
II. Matnleucate, teach, i. e. Disciple or make Disciples to me, out of all Nations, bring them over to my Faith and Religion, and so the Word Nice Inleuw is always taken; as partnieunteis, S. Matt. xiii. 52. égcentúteuoE, S. Matt. xxvii. 57. Matn eco-VTES ixare's, or introduxerunt multos, and brought in many, A&t. xiv. 21. And this must be the Sense, because, not all that were taught, but such as were Disciples were to be baptized. Aidarxovles comes in after.
And these Disciples were to be gather'd out of all Nations, s. Luk. xxiv. 47. S. Mar. xvi. 15. Ifa. xlix. 6. A&t. x. 28. Ephef.
III. Baptizing bem, &c. wherein observe,
1. The way of making complete Disciples, or
Baptism? No, but for it ; for Chil
dren are Disciples.
S. Mar. X. 14.
Pfal. xxxiii. 6. Ifa. xlii. 1.
i. 35. 2 Cor. xiii. 14.
S. Job. i. 1. is. Joh. v. 20. Phil. ii.
could not be our Saviour.
A&t. v. 4. S. Matt. xii. 31, 32.
Osórns, Athanas. 'Eri Orb coas solas
Hec Trinitas unius eft, ejufdemque natura & 177 substantia, non minor in fingulis quam in
omnibus, nec major in omnibus quàm in fingulis, Aug. There is but one GOD,
Deut. vi. 4. I Cor. viii. 4.
The Order of these Persons.
állíusty rig pig ari rý ang hy o Osórnlo,
Concil. Florentin. 2. The Son, Joh. v. 26. 'Aulolasit sy duloc
gatòs, Bafil. 'Aulotériid, autotec, lulod uropees, Epiph. tho'.
Ozös én ☺ež, yet odds en eaula. ci 3. The Holy Ghost, Rom. viii. 9. S.Joh. xv.26.
ad in pa nadeòs exToggvópfov, Concil. Cone
Si enim quicquid habet, de Patre babet
procederet Spiritus. S. Aug. Hence it follows, that every Person is to be worshipp'd.
1. Believed on, S. Fob. xiv. I.
5. Trusted on.
Blefs GOD for revealing this Mystery, S. Matt. xi. 25. 2. Perform your Duty to each Person. 1. To the Father,
1. Thank Him for your Creation, Gen. i. 2. Depend on Him for Preservation, A&t.
2. To the Son,
Man, S. Joh. i. 14.
i. 5. 6.
1. Pray for His Allistance.
IV. Teaching them to observe, dc. Hence arise these Doctrines.
I. DOCTRINE. . It is the Duty of the Ministers of Christ to teach the Commands of Christ. Or there are some appointed in the Church of Christ, to teach the Commands of Christ. ) gnil1. Who are appointed ?
1. Not only Apostles,
2. But all Ministers.
2 Tim. ii. 2.
Rom. x. 15. Hebr. v. 4. 2 Cloron. xxvi.
cognoste collabentis Chriftianifmi indi
1. To explain the Word, Neh. viii. 8.
1. By Exhorting, 2 Cor. V. 20. 1 Tim.