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demption through his blood, even the forgiveness of fins.
After the conclusion of the whole action.
Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits, who forgiveth all thine iniquities, and healeth all thy diseases ; who redeemeth'thy life from destruction, and crowneth thee with loving-kindness and tender mercies ; who fatisfieth thy mouth with good things. Bless the Lord, O my soul.
A prayer to be used in private afterwards. I praise and magnify thy great and glorious name, O Lord, my God, for the blessed opportunity afforded to me this day, of commemorating thy infinite goodness and mercy to me and all mankind, in sending thy only Son into the world to take our nature upon hiin, to submit to the infirmities and miseries of it, to live amongst us, and to dy for us : And to preserve the memory of this great love and goodness of thine to us for ever in our hearts, that thou hast been pleased to appoint the blessed sacrament, for a solemn remembrance of it. Grant, O Lord, that I may faithfully keep and perform that holy covenant which I have this day so solemnly renewed and confirmed in thy presence, and at thy table. Let it be an eternal obligation upon me, of perpetual love and obedience to thee. Let nothing seein hard for me to do, or grievous for me to suffer for thy fake, who whilft I was a finner, and an enemy to thee, lovedft me at such a rate as never any man did his friend.
Grant that by this sacrament there may be conveyed to my soul new fpiritual life and strength, and such a measure of thy grace and assistance, as may enable me to a greater care of my duty for the
furere : That I may henceforth live as becomes the rejeemes of the Lord; even to him who died for mv fins, and role again for my juftification, and is now fet down on the right hand of the throne of God, to make interceflion for me. In his holy name and wor's I conclude my imperfect prayers :
CR Farber which art in heaven, hallowed be
by name. Thy kingdom come. Thy. will be doze in earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespases, as we forgive them that have trespassed against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.
ET A B L E
Chief MATTERS or THINGS
CONTAINED IN THE
First Three VOLUMES.
** The letters denote the volumes, the figures the pages:
THE God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. What the ex.
I pression denotes, ii. 32.
165. Whence, i. 168.
Scriptures than the Arians and Socinians, iii. 27.
finners repentance, i. 227. Their knowledge of human
it; ii. 197. : . M. Antoninus. An excellent saying of his about the confi
deration of our ways, i. 236.
blessed Saviour, iii. 25. 74, in
Arterents ; how to be ufed, f. 26, 30. Arrans. On what terts of H. Scripture they conceit the etersai Son of God to be a creature, iii. 35. That false opi.
nion, and the Sociaaas confuted, ini. 39. Arian herefies, ib. 35. Arianim, far greatest part of the Christian world fell to it,
m. 333. The Ari totelian Atheift, i. 11. . Aristie, the first who afierted the world's eternity, i. 14.
That falte opinion fully answered, in feq. Arnald Monsieur; his ways of demonstration of doctrines
rejected, ü. 116. His absurdities for transubstantiation,
ü. 129. Aha and Africa. A relation of the Christans there, ii. 336. Árts and learning; their original, and benefit to mankind,
i. 18. ATerance. With reference to a man's future good condition,
and true grounds of it, i. 256, 6c. Atheism. The kinds of it, i. 10. And the unreasonableness
thereof; particularly of speculative atheism. The danger, i. 35. The folly and madness of the same, i. 40, 41, 210. Its progrefs and power, i. 79. Deftru&ive of human focieties, i. 134. The unreasonableness of it. See p. 7,
doc. of the preface. Atheists. Their great danger if their opinions prove false, i. 63. Their mifery here, and hereafter, ibid. Their vain
opinions when clearly discovered, ii. 383. Atoms, according to Epicurus, i. 22. His account in ma
king them the original of the world, fully examined, ibid. and confuted, vid. 44. The Divine Attributes, ii. 397. and the happiness in firm be
lief of them, in seq. St. Augustine noted concerning tradition, iü. 411.
D Abylon. Modern and myftical Babylon, ii. 405.
And profesion, i. 191. Infant baptism, ii. 185. 'Where
on the benefit of that H. sacrament depends, ii. 120. Basilides, his heresies, ji. 28. Batramus, or Bertram. His opposing the doctrine of transub
ftantiation, ii. 117. Berengarius, his recantation of the doctrine and error of - transubstantiation, ii. 115. Belief and Believers : of what comprehensive signification
those terms are in H. Scripture, i. 2. In religion : The
proper grounds of it, i. 367. . Bellarmine's (Cardinal) errors for tranfubftantiation, ii. 113. His two goodly marks of the Church, universality and fplendor, ii. 140.
Blasphemous thoughts, how mistaken sometimes, i. 301.
N Abbala of the Jews ; called Gematry, iii, 374.
W Cabbala, or oral tradition of the Jews, iii. 375.
Trent; and what it teaches of oral tradition, iii. 389.
ry in the neglect, ibid.
iii. 159. Of the church of Rome. Their: number and
vanity, ii. 156. Cerintbus's heresy, ii. 28. Chaldean philosophy. The antiquity thereof, iii. 28. Chance could not make the world, i. 23. Chance, ii. 299, 300. Charity. An essential mark of the true church, i. 202. The · want of it in the church of Rome, i. 285. The abuse of
it, i. 310. The profit in this life, i. 318. Exhortation
Christians, iii. 376.
in, iii. 163. & in feq. Their tempers to be known, in