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heart, and with all our soul, and with all our strength, and with all our mind m
. Q: 103. Which is the first commandment ?
A. The first commandment is, Thou shalt have no other gods before me".
Q. 104. What are the duties required in the first commandment?
A. The duties required in the first commandment are, the knowing and acknowledging of God to be the oply true God, and our Godo; and to worship and glorify him accordingly, by thinking , meditating', remembering",
102. m Luke x. 27. And he
showers ? Art not thou he, O Lord answering, said, Thou shalt love the our God ? therefore we will wait.upo Lord thy God with all thy heart,
on thee; for thou hast made all these and with all thy soul, and with all things. thy strength, and with all thy mind; p Psal. xcv. 6. O come, let us and thy neighbour as thyself.
worship and bow down, let us kneel 103. ^ Exod. xx. 3.
before the Lord our Maker. Ver, 104, 01 Chron. xxviii. 9. And
7. For he is our God, and we are the thou, Solomon my son, know thou people of his pasture, and the sheep the God of thy father, and serve him
of his hand. Mat. iv, 10. Then with a perfect heart and with a will saith Jesus unto him, Get thee hence, ing mind: for the Lord searcheth all
Satan: for it is written, Thou shalt hearts
, and understandeth all the worship the Lord thy God, and him imaginations of the thoughts: if thou
only shalt thou serve. Psal. xxix. 2, seek him, he will be found of thee';
Give unto the Lord the glory due but if thou forsake him, he will cast
unto his nanie; worship the Lord ili Deut. xxvi. 17.
the beauty of holiness. Thou hast avouched the Lord this
9 Mal. iii. 16. Then they that fearday to be thy God, and to walk in ed the Lord spake often one to anor his ways, and to keep his statutes,
ther, and the Lord hearkened and and his conimandments, and his
heard it; and a book of remenibrance judgments, and to hearken unto his
was written before him for them that Isa. xliii. 10. Ye are my
feared the Lord, and that thought witnesses, saith the Lord, and ny
upon his name. servant whom I have chosen; that
? Psal. Ixiii. 6. When I remember ye may know and believe me, and understand that I anı he: before
thee upon my bed, and meditate on
thee in the night-watches. me there was no god formed, neither
s Eccl xii. 1. Remember now thy
Jer. xiv. Creator in the days of thy youth, 22. Are there any among the
while the evil days come not, nor vanities of the Gentiles that can
the years draw nigh, when thou shalt cause rain? or can the heavens give say, I have no pleasure in then.
thee off for ever.
shall there be after me.
d. The sins fort
Fingers worship Lad of the true la fix God, and
air. 7. Submit you en God; resist the
him with the whole man; being careful in all things is in denyin
that great work which the Lord did fihimg due to li
TI highly, esteeming honouringmadoring.", choosing pople linetan loving", desiring, fearing of him; believing him header in der trusting, hoping", delightingoz rejoicing in him'; being 016. We will zealous for him ; calling upon him, giving all praise and thanks , and yielding all obedience and submission to
to * Psal. lxxi. 19. Thy righteousness bExod. xiv. 31. And Israel saw also, O God, is very high, who hast done great things; o God, who is
upon the Egyptians; and the people like unto thee?
feared the Lord, and believed the u Mal. i. 6. A son honoureth his Lord, and his servant Moses. father, and a servant his master : if Isa. xxvi. 4. Trust ye in the Lord! then i be a father, where is mine for ever: for in the Lord JEHOVAH 3dat it may be honour? and if I be a master, where is everlasting strength. is my fear? saith the Lord of hosts d Psal. cxxx. 7. Let Israel hope in unto you, o priests, that despise my the Lord: for with the Lord there is
mercy, and with him is plenteous re. W Isa. xlv. 23. I have sworn by my-demption. self, the word is gone out of my mouth e Psal. xxxvii. 4. Delight thyself in righteousness, and shall not return, also in the Lord, and he shall give : That unto me every knee shall bow, thee the desires of thine heart. every tongue shall swear,
f Psal. xxxii. 11. Be glad in the * josh. xxiv. 15. And if it seem Lord, and rejoice, ye righteous; and evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose shout for joy, all ye that are upright: you this day whom ye will serve ; in heart. whether the gods which your fathers & Rom. xii. 11. Not slothful in served, that were on the other side of business ; fervent in spirit; serving the the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, Lord. Compared with Num. xxv. 11. in whose land ye dwell: but as for Phinehas the son of Eleazar, the son me and my house, we will serve the of Aaron the priest, hath turned my Lord. Ver. 22. And Joshua said un wrath away from the children of to the people, Ye are witnesses Israel, (while he was zealous for niy against yourselves, that ye have cho. sake among them,) that I consumed sen you the Lord, to serve him. not the children of Israel in my And they said, We are witnesses. jealousy.
y Deut. vi. 5. And thou shalt love h Phil, iv. 6. Be careful for nothe Lord thy God with all thine thing : but in every thing by prayer heart, and with all thy soul, and with and supplication with thanksgiving, all thy might.
let your requests be made known un2 Psal. lxxiii. 25. Whom have I in
to God. heaven but thee? and there is none i Jer, yii. 23. But this thing coniupon earth that I desire besides thee. manded I them, saying, Obey my
Isa. viii. 13. Sanctify the Lord of voice, and I will be your God, and hosts himself, and let him be your ye shall be my people: and walk ye fear, and let him be your dread... in all the ways that I have commanda
Woln is. 22. Ang oss we receive of pep his commande xe things that are
hui, 18. I had tim bemoaning
in base chastised and as a bullock!
poke; tum : ha be turned; for
40 man; what is
ou the Lord requi
pealy, and to fizika humbly with
to please him", and sorrowful when in any thing he is
Q. 105. What are the sins forbidden in the first command-
A. The sins forbidden in the first commandment are, 14 Atheism, in denying, or not having a God"; Idolatry, in
having or worshipping more gods than one, or any with or
him for God, and our God P; the omission or neglect of Dec any thing due to him, required in this commandmento; ig
will flee from you.
Lord my God.
that it may be well unto you. • Jer. ii. 27. Saying to a stock,
they have turned their back unto me, k 1 John iii. 22. And: whatsoever
and not their face : but in the time we ask, we receive of him, because of their trouble they will say, 'Arise, we keep his commandments, and do
and save us.
Ver. 28. But where are those things that are pleasing in his
thy gods that thou hast made thee? sight.
let them arise, if they can save thee 1 Jer. xxxi. 18. I have surely heard
in the time of thy trouble: for acEphraim bemoaning hinyself thus, - cording to the number of thy cities Thou hast chastised me, and I was
are thy gods, O Judah. Compared as a bullock unaccustomed with 1 Thess. i. 9. For they themto the yoke: turn thou me, and I
selves shew of us what manner of
entering ini we had unto you, and how
p Psal. Ixxxi. 11. But my people
would not hearken to my voice; and thee, O man, what is good;
and what Israel would none of me. doth the Lord require of thee, but
9 Isa. xliii. 22. But thou hast not to do justly, and to love mercy,
and called upon me, O Jacob, but thou to walk humbly with thy God?
hast been weary of me, O Israel. Ver. 105. Psal. xiv. 1. The fool hath 23. Thou hast not brought me the said in his heart, There is no God: small cattle of thy burnt-offerings, they are corrupt, they have done neither hast thou honoured me with abominable works, there is none that
thy sacrifices. I have not caused thee doeth gool. Eph. ii. 12. That at
to serve with an offering, nor wearied that time ye were witliout Christ,
thee with incense. Ver. 24. Thou being aliens from the commonwealth
hast bought me no sweet cane with of Israel, and strangers from the
money, neither hast thou filled me covenants of promise, having no hope,
with the fat of thy sacrifices: but and without God in the world.
thou hast made me to serve with thy
rån credulity", un
e above me, to mal
Le rich the chiefest of
wat, wat on things 125. Motifs abs which are un izbration, unclear.nl
ition, evil concul wiruspress
, which is om iv. 1. BV i etery spirit
of God?; self-love", self-seeking , and all other inordinate kunity?, tempting sins, thou hast wearied me with thine · thoughtest that I was altogether suchen disael my peo
work reprobate. Heb. xii, 16. Lesta, best there be i
a 2 Tim. mi. 2. For men shall be a man that is
norance", forgetfulness", misapprehensions , false opinions ", unworthy and wicked thoughts of him"; bold and futur'iacurrici curious searching into his secrets *; all profaneness ", hatred ats", bardzes and immoderate setting of our mind, will, or affections upon otherthings, and taking them offfrom him in whole or in part“;
an thyself; but I will reprove Jer. iv. 22. For my people is thee, and set them in order before foolish, they have not known me; they thine eyes. are sottish children, and they have * Deut. xxix. 29. The secret things none understanding : they are wise to belong unto the Lord our God; but do evil, but to do good they have no thuse things which are revealed be knowledge. Hos. iv. 1. Hear the long unto us, and to our children for word of the Lord, ye children of Is ever, that we may do all the words rael: for the Lord hath a controversy of this law. with the inhabitants of the land, be. y Tit. i. 16. They profess that cause there is no truth, nor mercy, they know God; but in works they por knowledge of God in the land. deny him, being abominable, and Ver. 6. My people are destroyed for disobedient, and unto every good lack of knowledge: because thou hast. rejected knowledge, I also will reject there be any fornicator, or profane thee, that thou shalt be no priest to person, as Esau, who for one morsel me: seeing thou hast forgotten the of meat sold his birthright. law of thy God, I will also forget 2 Roni. i. 30. Backbiters, haters of thy children.
God, despiteful, proud, boasters..., Ś Jer. ii. 32. Can a maid forget her ornaments, or a bride her attire? lovers of their ownselves, covetous, yet my people have forgotten me boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobe days without number.
dient to parents, unthankful, unholy. i Acts xvii. 23. For as I passed by, b Phil. ii. 21. For all seek their own, and beheld your devotions, I found not the things which are Jesus an altar with this inscription, TO Christ's. THE UNKNOWN GOD. Whom Ci John ii. 15. Love not the therefore ye ignorantly worship, him world, neither the things that are in declare I unto you. Ver. 29. Foras the world.
If any man love the much then as we are the offspring of world, the love of the Father is not God, we ought not to think that the in him, Ver. 16. For all that is in Godhead is like unto gold, or silver, or the world, the lust of the flesh, and stone, gravep by art and man's device. the lust of the eyes, and the pride of
u Isa. xl. 18. To whom then will life, is not of the Father, but is of the ye liken God? or what likeness: will world. 1 Sam. ï. 29. Wherefore ye compare unto him?
kick ye at my sacrifice, and at mine w Psal. l. 21. These things hast offering which I bave commanded thqu done, and I kept silence: thou
in my habitation, and honourest thy
Hater they are of
with heart of unbeli wa the listing God
Galv. 26. Idol borish, variance, et ki
, seditions, ha
in his salvation
balon ber then,s.3
vain credulity", unbelief, heresy f, misbeliefs, distrust", despair '; incorrigiblenessk, and insensibleness under judga ments', hardness of heart, pride", presumption', carnal security ?, tempting of God"; using unlawful means', and
sons above me, to make yourselves but they have refused to receive cor. fat with the chiefest of all the offer rection: they have made their faces ings of Israel my people ? Col. iii. harder than a rock, they have re2. Set your affection on things fused to return. above, not on things on the earth. 1 Isa. xlii. 25. Therefore he hath Ver. 5. Mortify therefore your poured upon him the fury of his members which are upon the earth;
anger, and the strength of battle : fornication, uncleanness, inordinate and it hath set him on fire round affection, evil concupiscence, and
about, yet he knew not; and it burn. covetousness, which is idolatry. ed him, yet he laid it not to heart.
di John iv. 1. Beloved, believe * Rom. ii. 5. But after thy hardnot every spirit, but try the spirits ness and impenitent' heart, treasurest whether they are of God; because
up unto thyself wrath against the day. many false prophets are gone out in of wrath, and revelation of the righto the world.
teous judgment of God. € Heb. iii. 12. Take heed, bre 11 jer. xiii. 15. Hear ye, and give thren, lest there be in
ear, be not proud: for the Lord hath evil heart of unbelief, in departing spoken. fron the living God.
• Psal. xix. 13. Keep back thy f Gal. v. 20. Idolatry, witchcraft, servant also from presumptuous sins; hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, let them not have doninion over strife, seditions, heresies. Tit
me; then shall I be upright, and I 10. A man that is an heretick, after shall be innocent from the great the first and second admonition, re
P Zeph. i. 12. And it shall come 8 Acts xxvi. 9. I verily thought
to pass at that time, that I will search with myself, that I ought to do many
Jerusalem with candles, and punish things contrary to the name of Jesus
the men that are settled on their lees; of Nazareth.
that say in their heart, The Lord b Psal. lxxviii. 22. Because they
will not do good, neither will he do believed not in God, and trusted not
evil. in his salvation.
9 Mat. iv. 7. Jesus said unto him, i Gen, iv. 13. And Cain said unto
It is written again, Thou shalt not the Lord, My punishment is greater than I can bear.
tempt the Lord thy God.
Rom. iii. 8. And not rather, k Jer, v. 3. O Lord, are not thine
(as we be slanderously reported, eyes upon the truth? Thou hast and as some affirm that we say,) stricken them, but they have not
Let do evil, that good may grieved; thou hast consumed them,
come? whose damuation is just,