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128 God's threatenings against events of those who by na-
ture are no gods forbidden.
132 Transgressors, threatenings | 150 Images were commanded to
against them. Page 310 be broken.
134 God's threatening against the 152 Instances of images used by
workers thereof. Page 311 apostates as outward symbols
140 Covenants and intermarriages'161 Witches.
162 Wizards, worshipping an- which are equal to an oath gels, &c.
Page 323 among Christians. Page 327 163 Diviners.
192 Ancient forms of swearing. 164 Diviners are deceivers, and 193 Blasphemy forbidden. false prophets.
194 Occasions of it to be avoided. 165 Threats against diviners. 195 From whence it proceeds. 166 Familiar spirits, threats a- 196 Instances of blasphemers
gainst those that consult punished. Page 328 them.
Page 324197 Blasphemy against the Holy
Page 329 170 Swearing by false gods. 171 Swearing in common conver- Fourth Commandment.
sation. 172 Swearing to commit sin. 202 Of the Sabbath. Page 329 173 Rash unnecessary swearing.|| 203 The Sabbath, a day of rest 174 God only is to be sworn by. from servile work. 175 An oath, the nature and duty 204 Duties of the Sabbath, worthereof.
Page 325 shipping God, reading and 176 Oaths to be strictly kept. hearing his word. 177 Things to be sworn to are||205 Works of charity and mercy truth and duty.
to be done on the Sabbath. 178 Articles of peace ratified by
Page 330 oath.
206 Promises to them that keep 179 Breach of such oaths punish- the Sabbath. ed.
207 The care of God's people to 180 Private compacts ratified by sanctify the Sabbath them. oaths.
selves, and to prevent the 181 Oaths sworn to kings.
profaning of it by others. 182 The oath of a single person
Page 331 decides controversy. 208 Threatenings against Sab183 The duty and lawfulness of bath-breakers. Page 332
swearing, examples. 209 Sabbath privilges withdrawn. 184 God swears to Abraham. 210 The change of the Sabbath 185 To give the land of Canaan.
from the seventh to the first 186 To fulfil his covenant.--TO day of the week. Page 333
continue the seed of David. 187 To the continuance of|| CHAP. XVI. Duties toward Christ's priesthood.
Mankind, 188 To fulfil his threatenings a- Sect.
gainst the unbelieving and|| I Love toward mankind. Pa.333 disobedient.
2 How love toward mankind is 189 Jesus Christ answers upon
Page 334 oath.
3 Prayers and thanks to God for 190 An angel swears.
Christian love as being his 191 Assererations or sincerity! gift.
Page 335 d
4 The influence and effects of 31 Despising others.
love upon the temper and be-32 Strise forbidden to the gorlly. haviour of Christians, &c.
Page 3:5 5 Charity with other graces en 53 Fightings, quarrels. joineci.
Page 335 34 Divisions forbidden. 6 Approved'examples of charity 35 Offences forbidden. Page 346 and other graces.
136 Tlireats against offender's. 7 Hatred toward mankind,threat- 37 Doing good to others. Pa. 347
enings against it. Page 336 38 Doing evil. & Duty of the righteous toward 39 Doing wrong.
those that hate them. 40 Doing mischief the character 9 Prayers and complaints to God of the wicked. Puge 348
against the hatred of the wick-141 Of being harmless.
Page 349 against those that hate them. 44 Unmerciful, threats.
Page 337| 45 Compassion and pity. Pa. 3:0 :11 Envy forbidden to the righte- 46 Cruelty of the wickec.
47 Forgiveness. Puge 351 12 The wicked, their enry hurtful 48 Revenge. to themselves.
49 Duty of giving and receiving 13 Envy a mark of an unconvert- good counsel. Page 352 ed state.
Page 33850 Rejecting evil counsel, the 14 Malice forbidden to the right.|| duty and safety thereof.
451 The mutual obligation of gir15 Malice in the wicked.
ing and receiving instruction. 16 Anger forbidden. Page 339
Page 553 17 Instances of the anger of the 52 Of refusing instruction.
righteous against sin. 153 To edily one another. 18 Siofulanger, instances thereof. 54 To warn one another. 19 Wrath.
|| 36 To acimonish one another. 20 Contention. Page 34057 To rebuke one another, and to 21 Promises and prayers against hearken 10 rebuke. Page 354 contention.
58 Of not giving and receiving 22 The rightcous contend only reluke. against sin.
59 To reprove one another. 23 Peace commanded with pro-60 Not hearkening to reproof. mises to it. Page 3411
Page 335 25 Peace prayed for as a desirable 61 Gentleness.
gift of God. Page 312 62 To show kindness conimanded 26 Peace the gift of God, promis- 63 To give comfort.
es and instances thereof. 64 Friendship and faithfulness 37 Peace with God is the blessed therein.
Page 356 reward of the righteous man. 65 Cufaithfulness in friendship.28 Peace promised to the church Bearing with one another's of God.
Page 343 11 weaknesses, &c. Page 357 29 Unity.
66 Forbearing to judge one ano50 lionouring one another.
ther on account of differences.
67 Setting good example.
25 Patience toward God. Pa. 370 68 Enticing others, and being en- 26 Patience toward men. ticied to sin.
Page 371 69 Of gratiturle.
27 Contentment. To Ingratitude
28 Discontent, murmuring.
29 Grudging. CHLAP. XVII. Dwies towards 30. Meekness. Page 372 ourselves.
31 Meekness how produced. S.si.
32 Meekness, examples thereof. I Temperance in meat andll 33 Promises to the meek. Crink.
3+ Humility toward God. 2 Os intemperance in meat and
Page 373 drink.
Page 360 35 Humility towards men. 3 Drunkenness, the evils there- 36 Promises to the humble. of. Page 361
Puge 374 4 Of making others drunk. 37 Promises to humbled sinners, 5 Sleep.
38 Examples of humility. 6 Labour commanded, and pro-| 33 The elect are humble.
mises to the laborious, the 40 Humbled saints, their
pressions. Page 375
Page 362 41 Pride against God. 7 Of the sluggard, the slothful. 42 Pride against men. and idle.
Page 363 43 Spiritual pride, seeming 3 The study and pursuit of wis- righteous. dom recommended.
44 Proud of wisdom and know9 The excellency of wisdom a- ledge.
Page 377 borc all other endowments. 45 The proud seek honour from
Page 364 men. 10 Wisdom is profitable, plea- | 46 Threats and prayers against sant and honourable.
Page 378 il Wisdom is the gift of God. 47 Arrogancy.
Page 365 48 Loftiness. 12 Wisdom prayed for.
49 Haughtiness. 13 Wisdom and religion the 50 Exalting one's self. Pa. 379
Page 366 51 Lifting up one's self. 14 A fool's vain pretences to 52 Magnifying one's self. to wisdom.
53 Glorying 15 A fool recieveth not instruc- 54 Boasting
Page 330 tion.
Page 367 55 Scorning 16 A fool discovereth his folly. 56 Threats against kings and 17 A fool's conduct towards his
nations of the foregoing parents.
characters of pridle, &c. 13 A fooi mischievolls.
57 Of marriage.
Page 38.1 19 ----!le is wrathful.
58 Divorce. 20 Contentious.
59 Divorce was lisapproved, 21 A fool's words. Page 36850 Divorce is erpresly forbidden ?? A fuol's picasi:re3.
in the Neir Testame'it. 9. Treat:ncat for fools.
61 Marriage with unbclicvers. 2. Toll; and wickedness tic! 62 Jows forijiden ta pairy with
P15:33) tiic heailica, Page 382
71 Instances of parents careful servants.
natural affection of parents|109 Particular instances of God's
providence exalting or abas-
ents and children.