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kod. 12. 13. Psal. 91. r, 6, Sec.
de restrained the Malice of the
sews, Joh. 7. 30. and of wicked
ipirits, Job I. 12. Job 2.6. on
War. y.13. See the Note on Jam.
.13.

All Power delivered to Christ by
he Father, 6y, b, 6. 1J7, a, 2.

The Consideration of the Power
if God should prevail with us to
ear him, Psal. 76. 7. Mat. 10. 28.
so trust in him, Isa. 26. 4. To
mmble our selves under his migh-
y Hand, 1 Pet. y. 6.

Praise

And Thanksgiving, a Duty often
nentioned in the holy Scriptures,
93, a, 33. 1081, b, 4. Col. 2. 7.

This Duty expressed by publifh-
ng the great Things God has done
Mus, Luk. 8. 39. By blessing him,
30, a, y. 659, b, 7. 1 Cor. 14.
6. See Glory.

Our Praises must be offered up
nhe Name of Jesus Christ, 593>
148.

Ofpraising God with Psalms and
tymns,722, a, 3.

Examples hereof: Jesus Christ,
oh. 11. 41. Others, 227, b, iy.
081, a, 13. See the Book of
'Calms. Hereby we glorifie God,
'sal. yo. 23. See Ingratitude.
Praise

Or Commendation. People should
ot Praise themselves, but leave
iat to others, 760, a, ly. Their
^orks should praise them, Prov.
1.31.

An undue regard to the Praise of
sen hurtful, 371, b, 9.

We ought to endeavour to ap-
rove our selves to God, that we
'ay receive Praise from him, 603,
>9-

Prayer.

This Duty is expressed by asking,
;eking, and knocking, Mat. 7. 7.
y coming to, and seeking God,
3.1. b, 23. Psal. 9. 10. Ps.tl. i4. 2.
ial. <>3.1. By lifting up the Soul
J God, Psal. 2;. 1. By poui injj^ouc

the Soul and Heart before God,
1 Sam. r. iy. Psal. 62.8. Lam.
2. 19. .">*.,

Of the Qualifications of an acce-
ptable Prayer: Our Prayers shou Id
be offered with a Sense of our Un-»
worthiness, Gen. 18. 27. of our
Necessities, Luk. 1 y. 17, &c. and of
our Sins, Luk. 18. 13, 14. Sinceri-
ty, Psal. 17. 1. Psal. i4y. 18. Ho-
liness, 3y, b, 1. 401, a, 9, b, 8.
Humility, 3y, a, 33. Faith, 9yo,
b, 11. Heb. 11. 6. and that we
forgive others. Mat. 6. 12. 14. qua-
lifications of an acceptable Prayer.
Of perseverance in Prayer, 36, a,
10. expressed by waiting upon
God, Psal. 2y. y. Psal. 27. 14. Psal-
37.7. Psal. 123.2. Psal. 130. 5.

Of importunity in Prayer, 309,
b, 1. expressed by striving and la-
bouring in Prayer, 66], a, 14.

Times of Prayer; Morning,
Noon,and Evening,469,a, 13. Psal.
y. 3. Psal. 6y. 8. Psal. 92.1,2.
Dan. 6. 10.

To pray always,and without ceas-
ing, what? 309, a, 1. on Luk.
18. 1.

Of mental Prayer, 1 Sam. 1.1.3.
Prayer in secret, a Duty, Mat.
6.6.

Our Prayers must be offered in
the Name of Jesus Christ, 610, b,
28.

Our Saviour used Forms of Pray
er, on Mat. 6 9.

Prayer with the Spirit, probably
inspired Prayer, 1 Cor. 14. iy.Jam.
y. 1 y. Jude ver. 20.

To desire the Prayers of others u-
sual, 499, b, 24. Good Menfrayed
for each other, 66:, b, 28. The A-
postle prayed for those to whom he
preached, 595, b, 10. And desires
their Prayers for himself, 663, 3,3.

Persons to be prayed for: All.
Men, Psal. 67. 2, 2 Tim. 2. 1.
All Christians, Eph. 6. iS. Jam. y.
j6. We are to pray for Magi"*
strates, r Tim. 2, 2. For the Mi-
nisters of Christ, 663, a, 3. For our
selves, 7<>y;b, 8. Fur our Enemies,

and those who despitefully use us,
26, a, i. Gud has sometimes refu-
sed to hear Prayer} for great Sin-
ners, 1 o 11, b, 3.

Things to be prayed soft We
know not what we sliould pray for
as we ought, Rom. 8. 16. We
lhould ask things agreeable to the
Will of God, 627, a, 16. ThatGudr
may be glorified, Mat. 6. 9, 10,
For the Peace and Welfare of the
Church, Psal. 51. 18. Psalm. 5.
That God would send faithful La-
bourers into his Harvest, Mat.9. 38.
For Wisdom and spiritual Under-
standing; 88?, a, 23. Jam. 1. y.
For the Graces of the holy Spirits
Luk. 11. 13. For Deliverance from
Temptation, 3 28,b, 8. For good
Things, Mat. 7. 11 To be kept
from the Power of Sin, Psal. 19.
13. Psal. 1 rp. 133. For Successin
our lawful Undertakings, Gen. 24.
12,42. Psal. 90.17. FortheCom-
forts and Necessaries of Life,' 29, bj
24-For the Forgiveness of our Sins,
and to be cleansed from them, Mar.
6.12. Psal. 19. 12. Psal. 51.2,9.
For Deliverance from Trouble;
Psal. jo, 1 5.

Of Prayer, or Grace before and
after eating, 84, b, 6.

Motives to Practice, 35, b, n.
502, b, 7. 961, a, 3. Prayer a Con-
dition of having our Wants suppli-
ed, Ezek. 36. 37. Christ has let us
an Example herein, 85, a, 1. 329,
a, 3. 912, b, 20.

The Prevalency of Prayer, Psal.
6$. 2. Christian Praysr certain of
Success, Mat. 7. 7, 8. Mar. 18. 19.
Luk. iu-s,&e. 1 Joh. 3.11, 22.
1 Joh. 5. 14, eW. Instances of the
Prevalency of Prayer, on Jam. j. 17.
Gen. 24. 12, &c. Gen. 25. 21.
Numb. 21. 7. Judg. 13. 8,9. Judg.
15. 18, 19. 1 Sam. >.}0,&v. 1
King. 3. 5, &d Neh. 1. 11. Neh.
2. 4,&c Psal. 3.4. Luk. i. 13.
Acts 12. 5, &c.

• Prejudice,

We ought to free our Minds
from it, on Mat. 11. 15. Prejaditc

has a bad Influence upon People,
disposing them to rake every thing
by the worst handle, 46, b,^

Presumption,
287, b, 16".

We ought not to presume ono:r
own Strength, Prov. 28. 26. St.Pr
ters Fall teachej us the contrary,
Mat. io\ 33, &c.

The Folly and Danger ofprji-
king on the Mercy of God, since
we are so plainly told what Persons
ihe will shew Mercy to, and *otf
Qualifications render us fit ObjeS)
of Mercy. See Mercy.

Pride,

Expressions thereof, 126, i, j.
310, a, 27. 520, a, 13. Serf-conceit
condemned, 646, a, 1.

Spiritual Gifts bestowed by God*
and therefore we ought nottobe
proud of them, 717, a, 34.

Arguments against Pride, n»i*l
10. 127, a, 7. 9t>œ,b, 12. Earn-
pies of proud Persons who were i»
markably humbled, Goliil,1
Sam. 17. 8, &c. Haman, Esti-
3. 5, 6. Esth. 6. 7,&c. Esth.7. ;■
&e. Nebuchadnezzar, Dan. 4 %
&c. Bellhazzar, Dan. 5. a,
Pride causes Contention, Prov1;
10. Prov. 28. 2 C; God resists tn:
Proud, 982,3, 30. They are an abo-
minaticn to him, Prov. 6.
Prov. 16. 5. The Proud ranked wkt
the greatest Sinners, 2 Tim.
•. Priest.

The Office of Priest not to be ti-
ken but by those who are caiW.
911, b, 9, 2i.

The Priests divided into Counts,
on Luk, 1. 8. The Office of as"'*
what? 911, a, 4.

Jesus Christ, a Priest, mercitd
and faithful, 906, a, 10. He execcro
the Office of a Priest, by offers
himself as a Sac rifice, Heb. 9\'*
28. By inrerceeding and nuM
Reconciliation for us, 6:9, b,^
906, a, 14.

Some Particulars whereby "*
Priesthood of Christ, and of

re distinguished. The Priesthood of
Varnn was appointed without an
3ath, that of Christ by an Oath,
Heb. 7. 20, 2i. The Priests under
he Law offered for themselves, as
veil as the People, but Chris offered
jnlyforthePeople,oii,a,22. The
Priesthoodof Christ was after the Or-
der cf Mekhizedec, to which was
oined the Regal Power, that of Aa.
'on was of another Family, of the
Tribe of Levi. The Priesthood of
\110n descended from l ather to
ton; but Christ, like Melchize-
lec, had no Successor in his Priest,
ntd, but remained a Priest for ever,
rleb. 7. 23, 24. Jn'Christ, the
'ritst and Sacrifice were the fame;
n Aaron, they were net the fame,
;leb,o. 12. Heb. 10.5, &c.

The Priesthood of Christ is an en-
gagement to us to hope for
Mercy, if we truly repent, 1 Joh.
1.1, 2. And to apply in his Name
'or the Supply of all our Wants,
fab. 10.21, 22.

Principality,
This, &c. Names of the several
Orders of good and evil Angels,
Sjo.b.y.

Promises.

The great Promises of the Gospel,
ire remission of Sins, Luk. 24. 47.
The Gift of the holy Spirit, to assist
-ur Obedience,Luk. 11. 13. Joh. 7.
(8, 39. The Resurrection of the
Sodyjoh. j. 28, 29. Joh. 6. 39,4c.
\nd Eternal Life, Joh. 3. 16. 1
Tim. 4. 8. 1 Joh. 2. 1 j.

The Promises of the Gospel, in
eference to this Life, seem to re-
pect only rhings necessary, and to
mply this Condition, if the things
re for our p,ood, Mar. 6. 33. Rom.
I.28. Heb. iy.t,6. on 1 Tim.4.8.

Promises of God so his Servants,
>45,a, 23.

The Gift of the holy Ghost em-
phatically styled the Promise cf the
Father, 343, a, 17.

God is able to fulfil his Prom'ss,
5»^,a, 1.

The Effect the Promise: of Gcd

ought to have upon US, 75'2>b> 3°V
984, a, 19.

Property.
God the sole Proprietor and Pos-
sessor of all things, 708, a, 5. Gen.

'4- 19' .'

Property of long standing in the
World, 361, a, 1.

Prophecy ing,
Four Senses of this Word, on 1
Cor. 11. 5.

Prophecy came not by the Will of
Man, 2 Pet. 1. 20, 21. Abad Man
may have this Gift, 38, b, 24.
Prophecies
Relating to Christ, j, a, 30. 61,

a, 4. 141, b, 9. 142, a, 12) 16.
i47> h, 7, 19. 159, b, 18. 232, a,
it. 339, a, 15, 31- 35«>, », J9»

b, 7- . • • •
Prophecies relating to the Time of

Christ's coming, 77, b, 10. Dan. £v
24,^.

Prophecies fulfilled in Christ,i,a,6V
4, b, 8. 5,b, 21. 6, b, yw 61, b, 3,
17. 114, a, 17. 147, b, 7, 20. 149,

a, 14. 150, a,10. 1 52,a, 16, b, iot
31. in. »> H- '54. *; J5S>-

b, 4- 4So. a,5- 45I»a>i*-
Prophecies of our blessed Saviour,

many of which are aecemplilhed,
Hi,a, 2. 128, b, 34. 142, a, 1.
321,a, 3. 432,b, 8. Luk. 19. 41,
&c.

Prophet.

The- Office of a Prophet, on 1 Cor.
11. 5. i rophets prayed for the Peo-
ple, and taught them: Examples,
Gen. 20. 7. Exnd. 32. i 11 &t.
Numb. 14. 13. 1 Sam. 12. 23, eW.
Thus did our Lord, Luk. 23. 34.
Joh. 17. 20.

A Prophet and Teacher styled a-
Man of God,880, b, 9.

God spake to the Prophets In di-
vers Manners, 901,3, 10.

People averse to the Instructions
given by true Prophets, 891, a, 8.
The Jews persecuted them, 118,
b, 8.

There were hist Prophets among
the Jews, 1 28, a, 4.

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That false Prophets sliould arise,
foretold, 987, b, 15.

We are rb beware of false pro.
phets, 37,a, 14. To be known by
their Fruir, Mat. 7.16. 98.7, b, 1 <r.

A Prophet not honouied in his
own Country, 8:, b, 8.

To receive a Prophet, what? on
Mat. 10. 41.

The Prophets were desirous to
fee the great things they prophesied
of, 77,a, r8.

Jesus Christ- was a Prophet. He
foretold things to conic. See Pro-
phecies. He foretold his Death and
Resurrection, 93, a, I. He taught
the Will of God, 160, a, 11. 177,
b.ij. 43c> a> l9- J^'. b, 3- He
WaS owned to be a Prophet, 1 20, a, r.
338, a, 11. 387, a, 40,

There were Prophets in the Chri-
stian Church in the Apoflles Times,
516, a, 8.

Sec Inspiration, Revelation.
Propitiation.

Jesus Christ the Propitiation for
our Sins, 6c6, a, 7.

Proselytes,

Among the Jews were of two
forts, on Acts 13. 16.

Prosperity

Expressed by being Blessed, Gen.
24. 35. Gen. 30. jo.

The Prosperous sliould take heed
that they do not forget God, Deut.
6. 10, &c. Deut. 8. TK&c. And
that they be not too secure, Psal.
30.6,7.

Some have been destroyed by
their Prosperity, Prov. 1. 32.

1 Providence'

Extends to all Creatures', for
whom God provides Food, Mat. so;
29.33> t>. 2- 874.a,1- Divine
Providence difposeth all things; Life
and Health, 1 Sam. 12. 16, &c.
Psal. 104.29. Acts 17. 28. Gifts
and Parts of the Mind, Exod. 35.
30,cW. Exod. 36. 1, cre 1 King.
3.9,12. Jam. 1.5. Wealth and
Riches, Gen. 9. Deut 8. iS.
Job 1. ar. Eccks. 5. 18,19. Ec-

clef. 6. 1,2. Honour and Prefer"
menrs, 1 Sam. 2. 7, 8. 2 Sam. it
8. 1 Kings 3.13. 1 Chron. 29.12.
Pfal. 75. 6, 7. Psal. 113. 7, 8
Love arid Favour in the Sight of
Men, Gen. 39. 21. Exod. 3. ir.
Exod. 13.36. Dan. 1.9. Acts".
10. Successin any Work, the effect
of Divine Providence, Prov. 16.9.

Divine Providence often interpo-
ses with reference to natural Cau-
ses; giving Rain, for inftance,ro
the Obedient, and withholding it
from the Disobedient, 534, a, Is.
The Fruits of the Earth and plen-
tiful Seasons the Gift of God, Phi.
6y. 9, &c. Psal. 104. 14, 15.

God may deliver him to Deith,
whom we may think accidentally
killed, Exod. 21. 13.

Providence of God towards bis
Servants, Mat. 10. 30. 1 Tim. 4'.
10. expressed by being hid under
his Wings, 127, a, ri. He bis 1
particular Care of the Righteous,
975,a, 23. All things, even A®
ctions, ordered for the goed ct
those who love God,627, a, 18.

We should rely upon Provident,
32, b, 18. We must not tempt
Providence, by running unnecessa-
rily into Dangers, Mar 4. 6, 7.

The Influence which the Consi-
deration of Divine Providence should
have upon us. To commit the
keeping of our Souls to him in
well-doing, 1 Pet. 4. 19. It fltouid
teach us to acknowledge God inaS
our Ways, Prov. 3. y,6. Prov. 16.
3. To trust in him in all Dan-
gers, Psal. 23. 4. 518, b, li-
lt sliould excite our Trust in Pnj-
er, Eph. 3. 20. and our Dependanc:
on his Promiles, Rom. 4. 20,11.
Psalms.

Of singing Psalms and Hymns re
God, 722, a, j.

Punishment?:

God more ready to Pardoa this
to pun!fn, Eztk. 18. 23. Ezek.JJ."

Punishments will be d'ipenccdx-
cording to the Mean* and Oppof
t-unitles People have had, or might
have had,of knowing and doing the
Will of God, Mat. 11.20, &e. Mar.
<S.n.

Of the Eternity of future Pu-
nishments, See Hell.

Purification

Of Women after Child-bearing,
234, b, 1.

Purity.

God requires purity of Heart,
440, b, 21. 863, b, 12. Mat. 5. 8.
j Tim. 3. 9.

Unto the Pure, all things are pure,
how to be understood, on Tit. 1.
1 5. See Holiness, Right etusness,Sanffi-
scat inn.

Quarrelling
And Brawling condemned* Col.
3.13. Tit j. 2.

Quietness.
To study to be quiet, a Duty,
1 Thes. 4.11. 2 Thess.3. 12. 1
Pet. 3.4.

R.

Race.

A Christian's Life compared to a
Race, 701, b, 7.

Racha,

The Meaning of the Word, on
Mat. y. 22.

- Railing.
Reviling and bad Language not
to be used, on Jude, ver. 9.

Rain

And fruitful Seasons dispensed
by Way of Reward, and with-held
by Way of Punishment, 5 3 4, a, 12.

Reason.

We ought to use our Reason in
?«latters 0? Religion, on 1 Cor. 2.
14. 705, b, 22. But we must not
trust too much to it, Deut. 12. 8.
Prov. 3. 5. Prov. 14. 12.

Our blessed Lord reasoned out of
the Scriptures, proving the Resur-
rection, Mat 22. 31, &c. The Apo-
stles reasoned out of them, 5 74,
a/24.

Reason not a sufficient Guide to
enable us to determine concerning
spiritual Things, Mat. 13. 55, 56.
Mat. 16. 14, 22. Mat. 22. 29, Luk.
24. 45. Joh. 9.16.

Reconciliation.

We are reconciled to ood by Je-
sus Christ, 611, b, 23.

Of being reconciled to those who
have offended us, Mat. 5. 23,24.
Redemption,

The Purchase ot Chriir's Blood,
560, b, 3 2. What this mould teach
us, j6o, b, 36.

Redemption is universal, Isa. 53.£>.
Rom. 8. 31. 2 Cor. 5. 14,15. 1
Tim. 2. 6. 996, b, 16.

Redemption is h orn the Guilt and
Power of Sin, 526, a, 16. 561, a,
27. Psal. 103. 3. Psal. 130. 7, 8.

OftheDay of iW*OTpf/i>K,794,a,i5.

Regeneration,

Or the being born again. This
Word is used figuratively, to express
the mighty and thorough Change
■which is wrought in all true Chri-
stians, Joh. 3. 3, j.

Regcneraiion expressed by be«
ing born of God, by being
born again, by becoming new
Creatures,by the renewing of the
holy Ghost, 3 54, b, 4. By having a
new Heart, and a new Spirit, Ezek.
36. 16. By circumcision of the
Heart, Rom. ~. 29. By being re-
newed in the Spirit of the Mind,
Eph. 4. 23. By Repentance and
Conversion, Acts 3.19.

We must resemble God in his
moral Perfections, his Holiness,
Goodness,Justice, Trurh, ire. 16,

a, 24. 809, a, 14. 984, a, 26.

Of the new and holy Life which
Christians are to live,614, a, 1. 645,

b, 11. 660, a, 33.

Regeneration ascribed to the Holy
Spirit as the principal Cause there-
of, Joh. 3.5. Tit. 3. 5. God pro-
mised to write his Laws in the
Hearts of his Per.ple, 741, b 3.
To the Word of God as a Means,
509, b, 16. To the Minister of
M a Christ

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