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Charms unlawful, cat. 11
believers are members of Christ's Christ, why so called, o
ber of the elect that have beer, being very God, of time revived, con. xvül. 4. cat. 81. The Bodies of the elect after death being God and man_
Publick Assemblies for the worship Believers. See Faith, Justification, our ability, and the of God not to be carelessly or wil. Acceptance, Adoption, Sanctification
, is a duty, con. fully neglected, con. xxi. 6.
Union, Communion, Liberty, Worki,
141. Assurance of grace and salvation at Perseverance, Assurance,
tainable in this life, con. xviii. 1, 2. Benefits which the members of the Chastity, cat, 138. cat. 80. Without extraordinary
invisible church enjoy by Christ, Children that die in i revelation, con. xviii. 3. cat. 80.
cat. 65. The benefits of Christ's saved
, con, . 3. The Upon what it is founded, con. ïji. 8. mediation, cat. 57, 58. xviii. 2. cat. 80. It is strengthen. The Body of Christ, how present it ed by good works, con. xvi. 2. the sacrament, con, xxix. 7. cat. Believers may want it, con. xviii. 3.
170. cat. 80, 172. They may have it The mystical Body of Christ. True diminished and intermitted; and be deprived of comfort, and the mystical body, con. Axix. 1. cất, light of God's countenance, con. xi. 168. Which is the whole gum. 5. xvii. 3. xviii. 4. cat. 81. But they are never utterly destitute of are, or shall be united to Christ as that seed of God, and life of faith their head, con. xxv, 1. What and love, &c. out of which assur. that union is, cat. 66. See Comance may, by the Spirit, be in due munion.
such as profess the are members of the vi Con. XIV. 2. cat. 62. be baptized, con. XE 166. only Mediator betwe man, con. viji. 1. ca
and equall with the vii, 2. cat. 11, 36. of time became mar cat. 36, 37. The ne
and at the resurrection, con. IIXIi
40. He was orda from eternity to be vii, 1. He was anointed with the Execute the office of vii. 3. cat. 49. Td called by the Fath And willingly unde charged it, con. iv. fect obedience a himself, he purch tion and eternal elect,
con, viii. & whom, in all
And by which, in the mean time, they are supported froni utter despair, ib. It is the duty of all to endeavour after assurance, con. xviii. 3. And to pray for it, cat. 194. The fruits of it; it inclines
not to looseness, con, xviii. 3. Atheism, the denying or not having
a God, cat. 105.
cat. 165. To continue to the end of the world, con. xxviii. 1. cat.
176. But once to be administered to any person, con. xxviii. 7. cat. 177. By whom, con. xxvii, 4. xxviii. 2. cat. 176. To whom, con. xxviii. 4. cat. 166. Dipping not necessary in baptism : But it may be rightly administered by sprinkling, con. xxviii
. 3. Baptism sot necessary to salvation, yet it is a sin to neglect it, con. xxviii. 5. The efficacy of it, con, xxviii. 6. How to be improved, cat. 167. Wherein it agrees with the Lord's supper, cat. 176. And wherein they differ, cat, 177.
CALLING, See Efectual Calling
To have a lawful calling, and to
7. cat. 139.
xxx. 2, 4. Their use, can. XIX. S.
from censures, con. XXX. 2.
tial censuring sinful, cat. 145.
wherein it consists, cat. 135, 141,
his mediation ar plied, con. viii. offices of prophet 43, 44, 45. Sel
Body of Chr! of Christ, Exall Humiliation, Iml sion, Judge, Men of Christ, Person tion, Reconciliata surrection, Riga Salvation, Satis
our ability, and the necessities of
saved, con. X. 3. The children of
only Mediator between God and
He was sanctified and
special providence, con. v. 7. cat.
con, viii. 1. xxv. 6. The catho. lick church invisible, what, con. xxv. 1. cat. 64, Given to Christ from all eternity, con. viii. 1. The benefits which the members of it enjoy by Christ, cat, 65, 66, 69, 82, 83, 86, 90. The catholick church visible, what, con. xxv. 2. cat. 62.
Out of it no ordinary possibility of salvation, con. xxv. 2. Its privileges, con. xxv. 3. cat. 63. Particular churches more or less pure, con, xxv. 4. subject to mixture and error, con. xxv. 5. There shall always be a church on earth to worship God
according to his will, ib. Church-censures. See Ceasures. Church-government appointed by the
Lord Jesus in the hand of churchofficers, distinct from the civil magistrate, con. xxx. l. cat. 45, 108. But they are not exempted from obedience to the magistrate, con. xxiii. 4.
They have the power of the keys committed to them, con.
XXX. 2. What that power is, and its use, con. xxx. 2, 3, 4. They are not to be opposed in the lawful exercise of their powers upon pretence of Christian liberty, con. xx. 4. See Councils. There are some circumstances concerning church-government, which are to be ordered by the light of nature and Christian prudence, according to the general rules of
the word, con. i. 6. Circumcision, one of the ordinances
by which the covenant of grace was administered under the law,
con, vii. 5. cat. 34.
of the moral law, con. xix, 2. cat.
دنیا میں ان و
licet. 20, 22. Perfect
od life was a pledge;
kat, 30, 32. It was ma
di singers faith in Christ,
3. cat. 72. Faith being
cat. 32. W
Mediator of this covena
con. xviii. 1, 3. cat. 83. Believers with all the elect in hi-
and councils ministerially to deter administered under 1
The original text of the scriptures wsi. 2. When
. iv. 2. vi
115,-121. venant of grace, cat. 32.
. IV. 6. And lition of it
, com. vii 2. xix.
137,-139. is to be joined with prayer, cat It is called a law, and
, of which
, eat. 91. In it God
the conscience, con, xvii. 3. xvii
4. The wicked are punished with may be justified and saved
horror of conscience, cat. 28, 88.
consists, con. xxvi. 1, 2. The en is our duty, cat. 104. Discontent on Christ,
A full contentment with a cat. 36. Why it
. 141. testament
That sacrament being a
cases of conscience, con. xxxi. S.
. i. 10.
At the resur holiness and righteousness, answers
fruit of it, con, vi. 4. cat, 25. How
the regenerate, and all its motions
are truly sin, con. vi. 5. xii. 2. caba
perpetual obedience, the condition tified through Christ, con. vi. 5.
by way of covenant, con. vii, 1.
herently administered in
vii. 5. cat. 34. Hoy
mi. 1. They may
meet without the
How far they
15. Of man,
tures given to
Covenant of works, what, and with worship to be given to no crea.
ture, con. xxi. 2. cat. 105.
cat. 105. Curious prying into
liable to it, both by original and
actual sin, con. vi. 6. cat. 27. How
bidden, cat. 139.
85. The state of believers im.
cat. 86. of the wicked, ib.
How under the The Death of Christ, con. viii. 4. cat.
49. In it he saw no corruption,
con. viii. 4. cat. 52. The divine
Dature having sustained the human
death, cat. 38, By his obedience
Through the virtue of his death
fellowship with Christ in his death,
con. xxvi. 1. And from his death
and resurrection they draw strength
for the mortifying of sin, and
death, con. xxix. 1. cat. 168.
in that sacrament worthy com-
municants neditate affectionately
174. And receive and feed
grace, cat. 167. The
sons, to the pri
Eucharist. See L
51. In his res
con. XX. 4. Ecclesiastical
tion to inte
Duty to God by the light of nature, Equals, their duties and sins, cał. 131,
upon all the benefits of his death,
the first commandment, cat. 104. equivocation
in doubtful and
In the second, cat. 108. In the
116. Duties of inferiors to their
superiors, com, xxiii. 4. cat, 127.
cat. 131. Duties of the sixth com-
tat, 54. In h
EccŁESIASTICAL powers not to be
opposed upon pretence of Christian
persons not exempted from obedi-faire, what-
Effectual calling, what, con. I. Jo cet
from any thing foreseen in man,
and they only, are effectually call.
united to Christ in their effectual
calling, cat. 66.
con. xxviii. 3.
God's providence sinful, cat. 105,
but also to the means thereof, con.
iii. 6. cat. 13. All the elect, and
after marriage, or of such wilful
have some common operations of
See Sovereignty, Crea-
tor of the
con. X. 2. cat. 67. All the elect,
ed, con. X. 1, 4. cat. 68. The elect
grace, con. iii. 5. cat. 13. From
they only, are eflectually called
the Spirit, ib. Elect infants
Envy sinful, cat. 128, 136, 142, 145,
con. xxi. 1.
Duties required in