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God is pleased to style himself

confeffing Chrift, 58, a, 1, 24. 2201 Į6. 13. 2 Cor. 6. 1. Heb. 3. 12

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1 Pet. 1. 17. 2 Pet There was a form of found 3. 19. from the Promises to those Words, probably general Articles who persevere, 129, b, 6. And of Faith in the Apostles Time, I from the Threatnings again those Tim 4.6.: Tim.6. 3. Jude ver. who fall away, Rom. 11. 20,&c. 3. 601, b, 12.

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Rev. 2.4, 5. Jesus Christ the Author and Fi

Famine nilher of our Faith, 942, a,.16. Sent by God, Deut. 28. 16, Os.

Faith the Gift of God, 797, a, 37. 2 King. 8. I. 488, a, 1. For the Pu

Faith a Principle of Action, Ex. nishment of Sin, - 2 Sam. 21. 1. 2 9. 18, &C. 2 Kings 22. 11, &c. Sam. 24. 13. 1 King. 17.1.1 King. Jonah 3. 5,00. Heb. Chap. 1. 18. 18. 2 Chronf

. 6. 28, 29. 16. 5. 583, b, 2.

10' 13. Amos 4. 6. Faith without Works ineffetual, God brings Famine, by removing 786, a, 12.

his Blessing from the Earth, Hof. The Faith which justifies, is a liv. 2. 9. by sending that which deing faith, fruitful of good Works, ftróyeth, Joel 1:4. by not prospering 786, à, 12. This appears from the Mens Labour, Joel 1:17. Hab. 3, 17. Account the Scripture gives us of Hag. 1.6

.. our being judged by our Works, God punished by Famin. Canaan, 94, b, 6. The Scripture Notion of Gen. 12. 10. Gen. 26. 1. Ruth 1. Faith, inciudes not only an allent to s. Egypt, Gen. 4.1. 30. Samaria

, ': the Truths of the Gospel, but Obe- King. 6. 25. Jerusalem, 2 King. dience to the Laws and Command. 25. 3. ments thereof, 4840 a, 22. When Famine of the Word, the greatef this Obedience is wanting, the Judgment, Amos 8. 11, 12, Faith is said to be denied, 1 Tim.si

Fafting 8. Noah's Faith made him obedie ent, Heb. 11.7. So did Abrahani's, tal Abftinence, 31, a; 3 .

Does not always consist in a to Heb. 11. 8. The same Effect had What kind of Fasting acceptable, the Faith of Moses upon him, Heb. 31, a, 9. Jonah 3:5, 10: &c.

Examples of Fafting, on Mat. 4. 1. True Faith purifies and fanctifies 47, b, 4. the Soul, Acts 15. 9. Acts 26. 18. Not to be practifed cut of Os. See Infidelity,

tentation, Mat. 6. 16, &c. Faithfüliess

Father, Of God, Deut. 7. 9. 603, b, 16. · This Word is used not only for 870, 2, 17. This respects both his our natural Parents, but for Cape

civil Governours, Ifa. 49. 23. For When Feithfulnefs fails among Superiors in Church, 2 King. 2. Loe Men, we should look up to God for 2 King. 13. 14. 1 Cor. 4. Is

. For help, Pfal. 10.1.

the Inventer's or such as were emi. Fall.

nent in any Art, Gen. 4. 20, &c. Chriftians may fall away, Mar,

God is in a peculiar Manner the 13. 20, 21. Heb. 6.4, &c. Ifeb. 10. Father of our Lord Jesus Chrift

, 26, buc 2 Per. 2. 18. This fore: 659, 6, 7. God is our Father, 394, told,' 857, a, 29. That Christians b, may fall away is farther evident In what Sense we are forbidden from Examples, 1 Tin, 1. 19, 20.

to call any Man Father,on Mat.27.8. 884,6, 1 2. from the Exhorcacions

Fatherlels, to persevere, i Cor, 10:12. i Cor.

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their Helper and Father, Pfal. 1o. we fear God, we Thall hate Sin, Prov.

iso This he may be 3.7. Prov. 8. 13. Prov. 16.6. said to be from the Care he, hasta Motives to fear God, 64-, b, 16. ken of them in his Laws, Exod. 22. 747,6, 7. Prov. 15.15. God's Pow22,&c. Deut. 16.11, 14. Deut. 24. erto punish, Mat. 10. 28. His Do17, 19, &c. Deut. 26. 12, 13. From minion over us, Mal. 1: 6. His Behis Charge in their behalf to Magi- nefits, Jer. 5.24: His great and ex« strates, ifa. 1. 17. By executing traordinary Works, Luk. j. 65. the Judgment of the Fatherlesi, Luk. s. 26. Luk. 7.16. The Judg. Deut. 10. 18. By, pronouncing a ments of God upon Sinners in this Curse on those that wrong them, World. Examples, Er and Onan, Deut. 27. 19. By'making a regard Gen. 38. 7, 10. Corah, &c. Numb. to them a special Part of Religi. 16. Ananias and Sapphira, Acts <. on, Jam. 1.27

5, 10. Those who fear God are bles. The Fatherless not to be oppref. fed, Pfal. 112. 1. Pfal. 128. 1. Prov. sed, buć taken care of 952, à, 16. 28. 14. Fear'

Fear Of God; the sum and substance

Of Man, 56, b, 19. 57, a, 15. of Religion expressed hereby, Deut. 945, b, 23.

The ill Effects of the fiar of Man, 10. 12. Josh. 4. 24.11 Sam. 12. 24: Job28.28.Pfal.in 1.10. Prov.v.7. Prov. 382, b, 15. 9. 10. Eccl. 12. 13. Luk. 1. so. It is Examples of such as were not sometimes put for the Worship of afraid of Men, 56, b, 25. God, 13, a, 12. Afts 10.35.

Those whom God is with, have The Fear of, 'God confifts, in re

no cause to fear, 551, a, 20. No, verencing his Name, Deut 28. 58. noe any Evil, Pfal. 23. 4. Pfal. 27. n behaving our selves' reverently 1, &c. Prov. 3. 25, 26. 945, a, in his Prefence, Gen. 18.16, 17. in 23. ieclining all Evil whatfoever of

Fellowship fends him, Prov. 3:7. Prov. 8. 13: Cannot be between Good and E. Prov. 16.6. in doing 'whatsoever vil, 751, 2, 27. pleases him, Eccl 12. 13. what

First-born ever Inconveniencies we may luf, Among the Jews dedicated to fer for it, Mat. 10. 28. 1 Pet. 3: Ged, 235, a, . 13,14 Feat of God, a Duty, 57, a, 6.

Flattery 321, 6, 3: Rev. 14. 7. Examples, How. pra&tifed, Mat. 12. 16. Ats

Not to be used, ! Thes. 2. 5. +77, b, 29. 47.8, a, 11. Offervile fear, 1 Joh. 4. 18.

12. 22. Rom. 16.18. Of Filial Fear, 821, b, 3. Rom.

God will punish Flatterers, Pfal. 8.15. 1 Joh. 4. 17, 18. It arifes 12.3. Job 32. 31, jointly from the Confideration of Flatterers to

rers to be avoided, Prov. the Goodness and Sovereignty of 20.19. Prov. 26. 28.

Fleth God, Heb. 12.9, 28.

All Fear of God arising from the Noç allowed to be eaten till after Apprehension of Punishment not the Flood, 873, a, 4. unlawful, because it is propoled by Nesh is ofteri put for Man, Pfal. God as a Motive to Obedience, on 56.4: Jer. 17. 5.

Mat. 24. 22. Joh. 14.15. 2 Cor. 5.10,11, 1 Pet. 3. Rom 3. 20.

also for the corrupt 17.

Nature of Man, 355, 6, 5.790, b, The Influence which the true Fear 20. Gal. 5. 13. of God will have upon us, Prov. 14. Works of the Plesh, what? Gal. 27. Prov. 16. 6. 2 Cor. 7.1. If s. 19, &c.

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. ;. T not inherit the Kingdom of God, 26. Rom 1. 24. Fornicators often į Cor. 15.50.

punished in this world. Examples Food.

The Shechemites, Gen. 34. The 5: Having Food and Raiment, we Ifraelites, Numb. 25. 1,&c. The should be content, 29, b, 25.

Sons of Eli, Compare i Sam. 2. 22, We should give thanks for it, 25. and Sam. 4. 17. Fornicators: 84, b, 6.

excluded Heaven, Gal. 5:19, !!. Forbearance of God,

and exposed to God's Wrath, Col See Patience.

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Forbearance and Long suffering, a
Iury, 803, a, 26.

Of Friendship, Prov. 17. 17. Prov.

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18, 24. Prov. 27. 9, 10. Not to Of Sin, expressed by covering Prov. 22. 24.

be entred into with an angıy Man,

Pr and blotting out of Sin, 472, a, 2. Friends of Christ, who? 282, bys. By remitting of it, A Es 2. 38. By being mercifui to our Sins, Heb. 8.

Future 12. Dy not remembring them, Jer. State proved against the Saddo31. 34. By casting behind the Back, cees, Mat. 22, 31, &c. Believed by Km 11a. 33. 17. By not imputing it, most before our Lord's coming,0 608, a, .

Job 13. 15. Prov. 14. 32. See Promises of Forgiveness, Isa. 1. 16, Refurretion.... 18. Ifa.55.7.Weare reconciled to God

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ΤΕ by Jesus Christ, 611, b, 27. God is

Gentiles. ready to forgive, 39, a, 19. Conditions of our obtaining Forand his Pofterity by Sarah to be

Though God chose Abraham

ALE giveness. See Confeffion, Repentance, his People, yet he did not by that Curwerf.on. Or Forgiving others, a Condition much less did he render Salvation

, of our Leing forgiven our selves, 3o, impossible to them. Is it reasonable 1, 23. 31,2,1. Mar. 18, 28, &c. to fuppose that the Pofterity of AThe Measure thereof, 103, a, 3.

T Forgiv.ness of Injuries, Duty rejected and cast off by God? Did

braham by Keturah, Ger. 25. Were particularly infifted on in the new Testament, 32, 2, 25.

not God bless Ishmael, Gen. 17.20.

though he was nct Abraham's Fomication.

Heir? Is not God said to A& ro This Word fometimes ftands for this end, that his Name might be Uncleanness in general, 1 Cor. 5.9. declared throughout the Earth, and i Cor. 6. 9, 13, 15, 16, 18. 1. Thes. that they might know that there is 4. 3. It is put for incestuous Mar a God in Ifrael ? Exod. 9.16.! riage, 1 Cor. 5.1.

Sam. 17. 46. Does not St. Pas! The Heinoufness of this sin, i feem to intimate that the Confor Cor. s. 1, &c. I Cor. 6. 9, &c. miry of the Gentiles to the Law of

Remedies against it, Marriage, Nature, did make a Gentile to be a 689, b, 2 650, a, 2. 691, b, 15. Jew inwardly ? Rom. 2 26, G., Fly all Opportunities of commic The Gentiles, are represented by ting the Si, Gen. 39. 10.

the younger Son, to whom his Fa: Arguments against it, Prov 5:3) ther was not wanting, Luk. 15 &c. Prov.7.22, &c. i Cor.6.15, 13, &c. &c. i Thef. 4. 3. 689, a, 19. Un. The Gentiles were included in becoming the Christian Profeflion, the Promise God made co Abrza 683, 6, 7. It is a Punishment as ham, 473, a, 8.

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, b, . G. IN DE X G. 1123 The Gentiles, were allowed to be and shining Appearance, 96, a, 1. admitted into Covenant with God The Cloud and Brightness that filunder the Law, 413,4, 14. on Ads led the Tabernacle and Temple,

631, a, 17. The Appearance there. Job, who speaks of a Redeemer, of in the Prophecy of Ezekiel, was a Gentile, Job, 19, 25. God left 1027, b, 21. for himself without a Witness a: The Glory of our Lord at his nong them, A&ts 14 17. The Prcs Transfiguration, 95, b, 11. het Jonah was fine to them, Jonah

God is glorified by the Son, 437, 2. Mat. 12. 41.!

b, 21., Those who have had no particu We cannot, ftri&ly speaking, add, ar Revelation from God will be Glory to God; but we glorifie him, udged by the Law of Nacure, Rom. by worshipping him, and acknow12, &c.

ledging our dependance upon him, Prophecies that the Gentiles were Pral. 86.9. By declaring his Works o embrace the Golpel, 41, b, iso and Perfections to each other, Pfal. 32, b, 3. 236, 2, 18, 240, a, 3. 9. 11. We glorifie God by blessing 42, a, u. 635,6, . 79;, 6, 8, and praising him, Pfal. 36. 12. Luk."

Jews and Gentiles all under Sin, 5:25. Rom. 15. 6. By confefling Rom. 3: 2, &c.

our Sins, Josh. 7. 19. By the holiOn the Jews refusal, the Gospel ness and obedience of our Lives, vas preached to the Gentiles, 119, and dedicating our felves to his

Service, 1 Cor. 6. 20. By being The Condition of the Gentiles be- fruitful in good Works which he ore the Gospel was preached to hath commanded, Joh. 15. 8. hem, 687, a, 22. 805, a, 11. The Cor. 9. 13. By suffering for his Alteration made in their Condition fake, Joh. 21. 197 y the preaching of the Gospel,

Glory is to be ascrib'd to God, 44, 6, 30. Col. 1. 21, &c. The 667, a, 17. He is in all things to clign of the Golpel's being be glorified, 708, b, 13. 1054, 6, 32. reached to the Gentiles, A&ts 26. Bellhazzar punished for not give ,

ing Glory to God, Dan. 5. 23. The Gentiles are put on the same

Gluttony , 99, a, 9. and bid to rejoice with ments against it, Ecclefiafticus 31.

Condemned, 323, 6, 7. Arguhem, 650, a, 21.

The Birch of Christ made known 19;. c. Ecclefiafticus 37: 29, Lc. o the Gentiles, Mat. 2. 1, &c. St. The Guilty liable to be furpiited Paul particularly fent to them, by the Coming of Chrift, Luk 21. 593, a, 4.

37.

One of the Sins of Sodom, Christ was delivered to the Gene

Ezek. 16.49. i es to be fcourged, &c. 111, a, 2.

God. All Nations Thall worship God, There is but one God, 204, a, 5, 067, 6, 33.33

437, a, 20. Holy Ghost,

The Being of God may be in:er-, See Spirit. red from his iWorks, 533, b,

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God cannot be seen by us, 347, b,

13. On Joh. 1.18 All good Gifts come from God, We must not inake any Repre. Gifts of God manifold, 647, a, 1. 4.15, c. Rom. 1. 23, 25.

fentation of God, 549, b, 4. Deut." Glory

God is a Spirit, Joh 4:4: Of God manifested by a bright Our finite Undertanding can

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not comprehend God and his Works, thought themselves wife, but were 644, a, 5.

not, Mat. 11. 25. We cannot give God any thing, Our Lord teftifies that what he 644, b, 21.

taught, he received from his Facher, God alone can satisfie our desires, 383, a, 31. Psal. 17. 15. Plal. 73,25, &c. 795, The Design of the Gospel, 249, b,

10. Joh. 4. 23. Joh. 6.40. on Rom. To know God and Chrif is Life 6.14. Tit. 2. 11,6. Eternal, Joh. 17. 3.

The Gospel was preached to the To love him with all our then known World, 129, b, 37. Hearts, or above all things, a Dury, How much it prevailed, 172,

2, 19. 123, b, 11.

388, a, 13. 484, a, 1. 536, 6, 16. To imitate and follow God in his The People were astonished at our moral Perfe&tions, a Duty, 26, a 24. Lord's Do&rine, 4c, a, 6. 984, a, 26.

The Gospel was oppofed by the Some deny God in Works, 876, Jews, 845, a, 24. Propagated by

the Perfecutions of its Professors, God's Name to be used with reve- 531, a, 4. rence, 29, a, ..

The Truth of the Gospel confirm. Good,

ed by Miracles done by our Lord See Righteous.

and his Apostles, to which they af Goodness

peal. See Miracles.

The Danger of disobeying Chrift, Of God, Plal. 119. 68. Mát. and reje&ting the Gospel, 472, b, 19. 19.17. of God to Man, 534, a, 1. Pfall have themselves towards those who

How the Apostles were to be 31.19. Pfal. 36.-7. Pfal. 65:9; bac did not receive the Gospel, 54, 2, 1:. In providing for all Creatures, Pfal. Such are to give Account of their

refusal at the Day of Judgment, If we wou'd partake of God's

54, b, 14. Goodness, we must ar and trust in

The Care the Apostles took that him, Pfal 31. 19.

the Gospel might be kept in rememGod is rich in Goodness and For- brance, 985, b, 27. bearance, Rom. 2. 4. Good Men

The Gospel will be removed from defire that others should tast of those who walk unworthy thereof, God's Goodness, as well as themselves, 119, a, 26. 971, b, 18.

Grace.
Goodness.

This Word is used in several Doing good, and goodness, is used Senses, on Jam. 4. 6. for Almsgiving, 791, a, 8. and for To lay Grace,' a Duty, 84, b, 6. the universal Practice of moral Vir• 873, 2, 12. tue, Mich. 6. 8.

The Grace of God may be receiv. Gospel

ed in vain, 2 Cor.6. i. Styled the Truth, 774, b, "s; Grace given in Proportion to our 1012, b, 14. The Power of God un Inprovement of what we have, os to Salvation, Rom. 1. 16. Glori. Luk. 19. :6. ous, 2 Cor: 4.4. Everlasting, Rev. Our concurrence with divine 14.6. The Mystery of Chrift, Eph. Gracs necessary, on 1 Cor. 3. 7, on 3: The Gospel was revealed to the

To grow in Grace, and to imantiene Prophets, but not so cleare prove in Holiness, a Duty, Prov. 4. }y as to us; 77, a, 18.' Hid, that is, 18. 984, b, 15. not discovered to those who

Grief,

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Phil. 2. 13.

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