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tion one to another
Sect. III. Be just, righteous, true and
Sect. iv. To live peaceably, not in-
Sect. iv. Not rashly and unadvised-
See more of meekness, chap. xiv.
tably one toward another: and in
Sect. II, God in Christ doth all free-
Sect. y. To give power to persevere
to another in the flesh
See more of perseverance, chap. xiv.
mand, encourage, and invite by
Sect. It. Of the Spirit of God fur-
us, than God permits. He turns
in believers, and upon others ib. Cons. V. That God doth sometimes
First. The Holy Ghost affirms it ib. See union and relation between Christ
and his church, chap. xiii.
law and traditions
· 277 Cons. IX. That afflictions and Per-
them to be persecuted
280 See of the ends of God in afflicting, sect.
ii. and cons. V.
exercised with trouble, &c. 283 Sect. iv. The duties of the saints, and
how they ought to behave them-
selves in trouble, both toward
Cons. I. God appoints them; and
I. To see God in them, as being
See also common calamities, chap. xxi.
Cons. III. That God well knows
IV. To hold fast to God, own the
305 Sect. III. What are the duties of ma-
gistrates : what they should not
and rejoice at being counted Sect. iv. The duties of subjects to
worthy to suffer for Christ 307 magistrates, with respect both to
science; and not as busybodies,
316 CHAP. XXIV. Of the gospel : gospel
them : and take heed we add See more of church officers, chap. xxv.
ib. CHAP. XXV. the church of Christ,
nances of Christ to be observed in
large, chap. xiy.
ing of the word of God, prophe-
their stated regulations in con-
See Church discipline in this chapter,
See Sincerity, chap. xiv.
391 Chap. LII. Of diligence in our callings 449
deeds done in the body, whether good CHAP. LV. Of Israel's return from the
397 countries into which they are scat-
See the end of the wicked, chap. iv. CHAP. LVIII. Of Envy, hatred, emula-
CHAP. XL. Of the parables and simili CHAP. LXXI. Of resignation to, and
432 contentment with all God's dispensa-
derful things which were done by CHAP. LXXII. Of men truly wise, or
433 of religious wisdom; and folly as its
· 435 CHAP. LXXIV. Neither external privi-
leges, nor our righteousness alone,
CHAP. XLIV. The importance of Chris Chap. LXXV. Of words and actions
tianity, and difficulty of being a that are neither true nor good, spo-
438 ken or undertaken on the politic