arising between the members of the ceivers, and seducers. The descrip-
charcb; to avoid going to law before
tion of them . . . . . 375
the infidels . .
. . 348 Sect. 1. Of Satan, the devil himself. ib.
Tenthly. Of the relief of the poor of See more, sinners' bondage, chap. iv.
the churches, and their contribution
Sect. II. The instruments of Satan;
to the necessity of other churches,
seducers, deceivers, &c. . . 376
and the order of it . .
Chap. XXIX. Of consideration, medi-
See distributing to the poor at large,
tation, pondering upon, and serious
weighing of the things of God, his
Eleventhly, of the officers of particular word and works, &c. . . 580
charches; their power, duty, and Chap. XXX. Of the thoughts, mind,
recompense: how they should be
and affections. , . . . 384
qualified for their office; and of the Caap. XXXI. Of repentance in the ge-
chorches' duty to them as guch 350 neral : in what sense God cannot re-
I. Or the officers' power, duty, qua-
pent, and how he is said to repent: re-
lification, and recompense . ib. pentance in man, and of his turning to
See more of gospel preachers in general, God from sin. ..
. . 386
Sect. 1. In what sense God cannot re-
II. Complaints of, and threatenings
pent; and how he is said to repentib.
against evil officers or ministers Sect. ni. Repentance in man, and his
of the church . . . . 351
tuming to God . . . . 387
III. Of the churches duty toward See God's reasonings with sinners, ch, xiv.
their officers and those who labour
CHAP. XXXII. Of death; or the laying
amongst them . . . . 352
down of these tabernacles . . 391
IV. Of the ordination of officers in
churches . . . . . 353
Chap. XXXIII. Of the resurrection of
Twelftbly. Of laying on of hands upon
the dead . . . . . 396
the several occasions, and to the
Chap. XXXIV. Of Christ's second com-
several ends in scripture mentioned 354
ing to the judgment; and rendering
Thirteenthly. Of the several ordinances
unto every man according to his deeds
of Christ to be observed in and by
done in the body, whether good or
the churches of Cbrist, and else-
See waiting for Christ's coming, ch. xiv.
where . . . . . . ib.
Ord. I. Prayers.
CHAP. XXXV. Of the glory prepared
See more in prayers and praising at lørge,
and reserved for believers, at the ap-
pearing of the Lord Jesus Christ . 40%
Ord. II. Reading, teaching, preach. See the end of the wicked, chap. iv,
ing of the word of God, prophe-
Chap. XXXVI. Of knowledge and un-
sying . . . . . ib. derstanding in divine things, and of
See more of ministers in general, and of the want thereof: ignorance about such
gifts of church members, chap. xxiv.
things, and the evil thereof . 405
See of the word of God, chap. i.
See more of the sottish nature of man,
Ord. UL. Baptism. . .
Ord. IV. Breaking of bread, or See also the giver of knowledge, ch. xviii.
the Lord's supper . . . 359 Chap. XXXVII. Of this present world,
Ord. V. Discipline, church cen-
and the titles, honours, pleasures, and
sures, or removing of scandals . 360 other things in this world: the use of
See more of rebuking one another,chap. xv.
them; the snares and temptations in
CHAP. XXVI. Of hypocrites and hypo-
them; our duty in relation to them 413
crisy: the spirit and practices of such,
Chap. XXXVIII. Ofidolatry, setting up
who are very formal and earnest in and
and worshipping strange gods, graven
about the external parts of worship and images, &c. . . . . . 422
profession, and in a show for God; yet See worshipping the true God, chap. xiv.
high in their opposition of Christ, the Chap. XXXIX. Of angels; their ap-
truth of the gospel, and power of god. pearing to men; what they are, and do 428
liness in others
Cuap. XL. Of the parables and simili-
See more of their persecuting temper, ch. xx. I tudes which Christ spake
Sect. 1. The great danger of hypocrisy, CHAP. XLI. Of the miracles, and won-
and formality, and the end of hypo derful things which were done by
Christ and his apostles . . . 433
See Sincerity, chap. xiv.
CHAP. XLII. of the kings of Israel and
CHAP. XXVII. Of conscience . . 371 | Judah; their appointment and esta-
Crap. XXVIII. Of the devil : of his blishment divine . . . . 435
subtilty by himself, and by his instru-
See magistrates at large, chap. xxii.
ments, wicked men, false teachers, de CHAP. XLIII. Of sacrifices and altars,