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Grief,

and its Faculties, Pfal. 51, ro, 17. Plus 3s. In 1; Prov: 23i 365 I Pet. 3. 15.87, a,

g. For the Understanding, Rom. 2.

15 Eph4. 58. For the Confcience; Hand.deci's i Sam. 27. 5. ka Sam. 24.10, do Right Hand, a Place of Honour, Hearts of all Men known to God, 111b, 5.1Dun)

460, 6; 4. ud afriji, Chrift exalted to the right Hand The Jews ia ftiffouccked and abitiof God, 124, a, 22. Deniz Sielu

nate People, 495, a, li On what Occasions imposicion Of Peoples being given up to of Hands was used, on Acts 6. 6. follow their own Hearts Luft, 533, Heb.6. 2.1

a, 113. In what Sense God may be w 5. Happiness ist er ty said to harden Mens Hearts, on Joh. God very much defires' the Hap 12.40. on A&s 7.42% on Ads. 14. vinefs of Men, Deur. 5. 29. Deut. 16. Chrift? was grieved for the 2. 29. Pfal. 81. 13. Jer. 13. 27. hardness of Mens Hearts, Mar, zek. 33.41. Mat:'23.97! See 3.5d leaven, Salvation. Life and Good, God requires us to purifier our Death and Evil, Happiness and Hearts, Mát. 5.8.1 Mat323625, &c. Visery, Blefling and Curling set 88;b; 15 The Jews often called vefore Men to make choice of, upon to circumcife chcir Hearts, Deuf. 30.15, 19.

49572, 397-21 Persons pronounced happy. He - We should diligently watch over vhom God corrects and chaftens, our Heards, Prov. 4, 23. Mat. 15.9. 15, a, 18. Those who fear God. Dis

Heathen, 'Sal. 128.'1, 2. He that feareth aloitti to

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See Gentiles, vays, Prov. 28. 14, Those who .7.91 i lave mercy on the Poor, Proy. 14.

1.**239 besHeaven. 1. Those are happy who find and This Word Tometimes stands etain Wifdom and Understanding, for the God of Heaven, 299, 3, 7. 'rov. 3. 13, 18. Those who' trust in For the Region of the Air next to he Lord, Pfal. 2.1 2. Prov. 16. 20. us, where are the Clouds, Pfal. 147. Those who keep the Law, Prov. 8. and where the Birds Ay, Mat. 9. 18. Joh. 13. 17: The poor in 13:32. and from whence the Dew pirit, the pure in Heart, &c Mat. and Rain fall, Gen. 27:39. Ifa. $5.

3, &c. He who condemneth not to. It is put for a great Height, imself in that 'thing which he al Deut.? 1:28. oweth, Rom. 14: 22.

By Heaven is meant the peculiar Hardness,431 57.13

Relidence of God himself, styled Sec Heart

the Heaven, of Heavens, 1 King. 8. Hate.

27. The third Heaven and Paradice, This Word sometimes put for to 2 Cor. 12. 2,4. The heavenly Counore leis, on Luk. 14:26...

try, Heb. II. "16. The Throne of Good Men fometimes hated by God, 125, a, s. The House of God, he Wicked, 1001, a, 20. 1003, a,

2 Cor.5.1. 3.

The Kingdom of Heaven and of Those who kate their Neigh God, fignifie sometimes the State ours, accounted by God as Wur and Preaching of the Gospel, 15, erers, 1 Joh. 3. 15;

b, 4. Mar. 11.43. Luk. 17. 20. Hearing

Sometimes the Glory and Happi.

nefs of the future State, 686, a, 15. The Word of God, See Word.

Sometimes it is used in both Sen. Heart.

fes, Mat. 6.33. This Word is put for the Soul,

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manifest, because we lhall be re- is entred into Heaven, Heb. 6.29.

Names written in Heaven, the We shall probably know eachoo meaping thereof, on Luk. 10. 29, 9 ther in Heaven, since we fhall know

A State of Happiness in Heaven those whom we have only heard or A promised by God, Heb. 10,336 26 read of, Luk. 13. 28. Peter, James, im i Joh. 2.25 prepared for his Sere and John, knew Moses and Elias, vants,12, 1, 2i Soyled, a Relt,855, Mat. l By 4 " b, 4. which it will be from all Good Men look and wait for Grief, Amfictions, and Sufferings, Heaven, 669,1 2, 14. I am ready to Rev. 7. 16, 178,5

believe that their Souls enter indo c: We have here no continuing C. Henveni immediately after ebeir :: ty, 947; a, 11. We are Strangers, Death, a Gor., s. 1, 6,8. Phili Pilgrims, and Sajourners here, 747 23. Though they mayn't partake as 3 Our Conversation, or Citizens of that fulness of Joy, and Glory Hip is in Heaven, 826,6,9... they will be admitted to after the 5. I be. Happiness of Heaven, 304, Relurrection, Rey. 6.9 &c. 4. 19. 472, a, 15. Reprefensed by The holy Spirit the Earnet of 6

Ch seeing God, 721, a, 1. By being our Inheritance in Heaven, 6:4 with Chrift, 414, 2, 4. By reigning by 23. 1.8 st with Chrift, and being Heirs with Conditions of obtaining thereof

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TH him, 613, a, 9. By having a Crown, on Mat, 18.18. on Rom. 10:4 902, b, ob id uj

Domov Promised to those who love God, Heaten Styled a great Reward, 951, a, 7. and a great Recompence of Re Of Meetness to partake of the ward,. Het. 1o. 35. An eternal and Happiness of Heaven, 319, 9,4 incorruptible Inheritance, a Glory, The Place is holy, Flal. 20.6 . 561, b, 30. The Glory of Christ tó It is the Hakication of God's Holibe revealed, 1 Pet. 4.13. 1 Pet. 5. nefs, Ifa.63.41No unclean thing

Exi 1. An exceeding and eternal lhall enter tberein, Rev. 1, :? Weight of Glory, 2 Cor. 4.17. The The Uprighteous shall not inherit Podies of the Righteous shall there it, Cor. 6. 9. Fellow thip cannor Thiñe as the Sun, 8124, II

be hetween Light and Darkness,

10 There will be different Degrees Good and evil, 751,4, 27. Having of Glory in Heaven, Mas: 10:41, is the Portion of the landlified

, ar 42. Lúk. 19. 17, 19. Job. 14. 2. holy, 561;, b, 30, 1 Cor. 1541, 42. This is farther Jesus Chrift, as our forerunner

, warded according to our Works, It is to be obtained through him 9-42,5.,6 :

who is the Prince of Life, 471, 4, Heaven a durabic State. It is

Heaven proposed as a Reward to therefore exprefled by everlasting encourage our Obedience and poi Lif, Joli, 16. Jolin 6:47. Job. tient Suffering for Chrif's fake

, 2.2 By eternal Life, Mate 25. Mat. 5. 10, 11. Rom 2.7,8

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. 46. Rom. 2. 7. By a Treature that 1.6. Rev. 22. 14. We may there

addeth not, Luk. 12. 33 By an en- fore be influenced by it: Jesus during Substance, Heb. 129346

Chrift had respect to it, Heb. 12.:: The bleflcd. Society and Com Heaven' to be fought in che fire pany in Hisyon; God, Mat 6. 9. Place, 34, 4, 1. Outward Profeffi "Jesus Chrift, Mar. 10. 19. Joh. z. on of Religion, without in ward Ho 13. Heb.9.24. "The Holy Ghoft, linefs and Obedience, not fufficient 1 Joh. .5.7 The Angels, Mat. 18. to gain us admittance into Hirit I. Mar, 12. 25. Ihe Spirits of 38, a, 23. 1 Joh 3-3. just Men made perfect, Heb. 12. If we would go to Heateno.We 23

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'hil. 3:13, 14. We should lay up nity of Hell. Torments cansidered, ur Treasure there, 31, b, 19. We on Jude ver. 7. just expect to meet with many

Heresies Croubles and Ami&tions in our Make it manifest who are true Vay thither, 535, 2, 25, Many will Chriftians, on 1 Cor. 11. 19. e excluded Heaven because they That Hereticks would arife, fore. id not seek in Time, Luk. 13. told, 897, b, 15.

Hereticks, how to be dealt with, The Confideration of Heaven, Tit. 3. 10. Hereticks and wicked say serve to lighten our Sufferings Christians to be avoided, 101, b, 12. nd Afictions here, Rom. 8. 18.

1014, A, I. New Heavens and new Earth, how

Holiness o be understood, on 2 Pet. 3. 13. ..Of God, Pfal. 5. 4; 5. Pfal. 145. Heir.

17. Isa. 6.3. Rev. 15.4. God ftyChrist the Heir of all things, led the Holy One, Ifa. 40. 25. Ira.

41. 20. He is without Iniquity, 19, a, 1.

633, a, 6. Hell.

Phrases by which a holy and spia This Word is used to signifie ritual Life is expressed; by bringreat Troubles and Afflictions, ing forth Fruits meet for Repensal. is for the tance; Mat. 3. 8. By crucifying the irave, Pfal. 55.15. For the sepa. Flesh, with the Affections and Lufts, ate State, 451, a, 11.

Gal. 5. 24. By putting off the old Hal is put for the Place of the Man, and putting on the new Jamned, Mat. 5. 29. Mar. 10. 28. Man, Eph. 4. 22, 24. By living by juk. 16. 23. 2 Pet. 2.4.

Faith, Rom. 1, 17. Gal. 2. 20. By Expressions whereby this dismal being Servants of Righteousness, 'lace and State is set out to us: Helle Rom. 6. 18. and living unto Righite, Mat. 18.9. Blackness and Darke teousness, 1 Pet. 2. 24. unto the ess for ever, Jude ver. 13. Chains Lard, Rom. 14. 8. and in the Spirit, f Darkness, 2 Pet. 2. 4. Outer Gal. 5.25. arkness, 42, 6, 6. where their A boly and spiritual Life is like. Vorm dieth not, and the Fire is wife expressed, by putting on the ot quenched, Mar. 9. 43, 44. A Lord Jesus Christ, Rom. 13. 14. By ake of Fire and Brimstone, 1064, being led by the Spirit, Gal. 5. 18.

21. A Place of Torment, Luk. and living according to God in the 6.28. The Damnation of Hell, Spirit, 1 Pet. 4. 6. By living godly lat. 23. 33. Everlasting Punish, in Christ Jesus, 2 Tim. 3. 12. By lent, Mat. 25: 46.. Everlasting walking after, and in the Spirit,

ire, prepared for the Devil and Rom. 8. 1. By fowing to the Spić is Angels, Mar.: 29, 41. Eternal rit, Gal. 6. 8. By being subject to Jamnation, Mar. 3. 29. The Ven- the Father of Spirits, Heb. 12. 9. eance of eternal Fire, Jude, ver. 7. By: walking worthy of the Lord, Jerruction, Mat. 7. 13. Phil. 3. being fruitful in every good Work, 9. Everlasting Destruction, 2 Col. 1. 10. By walking as Children

of the Light, Eph. s. 8. worthy of The Punishment of the Wicked our Vocation, Eph. 4. 1. and of vill be greater or less, in Propor. God, 1 Thef. 2. 12. By being cloion to the Degree and Aggravati- shed in white Raiment, 121, a, 13. in of their Sins, Mat.' 11, 21, 23. 1031, 6, 9, 1082, a, 32.

Luk.
12. 45, &c.

Holiness, in the old Testament,

is exprefled by walking with God, An Objeétion against the Eter. Gen. s. 22. Gen. 6.9. and before

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Mat, 23. 14. leb. 10.28,29.

1 Chron, 29.12.

Gof, Gen. 17. 1. Gen. 24. 10. Name of God and lis Do&rinebe
Gen. 48.15. i Sam. 2. 30. Y'King. not blafphemed and spoken again,
8. 23, 25. By walking in God's 602, a, 6, 15. 877, b, 's.
Law, Exod: 16.4. Pfal.119.1. in God's Our refemblance to God confifts
Commandments, 2 Chron. 17. 4. in Holiness, Eph: 4. 24. 1 Pet. '1.15.
By walking in the Ways of God, By Holiness we profit our felves

, Deut. 5: 3.3. Deut. 8. 6." and in 306, a; 1. Promises of God to his his Fear, Neh. 5. 9. By walking in Servants, 1 Tim. 4. 8. 945, 4, 13. Integrity, Psal.26 11. Prov.1911. up.

The Righteous ihall hereafter be righely, Braj.84.11. Prov 2.7. Prov. separated from the Wicked, 138, 10.9.and by divers other Expressions. b, 2... Of the new and holy Life which

Exhortations to holiness, 803,8; 3.
Christians are to lead, 614, 6; 17. 849, a,.20.
669,2, 33.+.748, b, 10. 806, a, s.

See Obedience, Righteousness.
Hence they are called a chofen Ge.

Honest.
neration, à royal Priesthood, 897,

To provide for things bozef, or a, I. 972, a, 3.

decent, or blameless, a Duty, 650,
The Parts of Holiness are the b, 40.
fruit of the Spirit, 428,7 24, 2017

Honour
To grow in Grace, and advance
in Holiness a Duty, Phil. 3. 13, 14.

Comech of God, 1 Sam. 2.7, 8,
1 Thef. 4, 1o 1:2 Pet. 1.45, c. 2
Pet. 3. 18. 2

Of bonouring God with our SubGod requires inward Holiness, the stance, Pfal. 96. 8. Prov. 3.9, 10.

To honour God, not only wick Holiness i' of the Heart, 125, b, 6.

our Lips, but our Hearts cou, a 307, 4, % 1.602,b, 25.1:1620, b, 8. 2 Cor. - i. Hence the Jews are Duty, 87, a, 7.

Those who bonour God, he will called upon to circumcise their Hearts, 495, 4, 37:

honour, í Sam. 2. 30. Outward Privileges, and outward

Hope. Duries in Religion, of no account This Word is put for Faith, Heb. with God without Holinefs, 47, 8, 1. 6.11. 1 Pet. 3. is. For the things , 25

hoped forRom. 8. 24. Gal. s. s. We must exceed the Scribes and Eph. 1. 18. Tit. 2. 13. Pharisees in righteousness, Mat. 5. 20. Hope is the Gift of God, Rom.15.

Motives.) to boliness, Genz 6. 8. 13: 2 Thef. 2; 16. Gen. 7:17. Pfal. 4. 3. Mar. 6. 33. Faith or Trust respect the Pero i Pet: 3.12.1

fon from whom we expe& good The Practice of Holiness very things, Hope the chings expečted, much insisted on in the holy Scri- 453,6, 3. prures, 39, b, i. 231, b, 10. 441, a, To be faved by Hope, Rom. 8. 24. 17.-848, 1,9..849,'a, 20,

is to have a certain Expe&ation of To promote Holiness, the great the Salvation promised, and by bope Design of the Gospel, 1613, b, 16. to possess it. 615, b, 10. 669, a,'33. The end of Our Hope confirmed in Chrift: our Chriftian Calling, 492, b, 29. Cor. 1. 20. By his Resurre&ion, and of our Redemption, Bir/ 2.114. 726, b, 16.)

The Necessity of Holiness, Mad. The Hope of good Men is found. 22, 11, &c. 1 » Heb! 12:14. Tlie ed not on perishing and temporal Righteous known, that is, approved Things, but in God and his Proby God, on Mat. 7.2 31 136, 615. mites, 1 Sam. 17. 45. 1 Chron. 19. As we sow, we shall reap, 790,6, 3. 13. 2 Chron. 16. 2. 2 Chron. :0. We thould live holy Lives, that the 1s, 20; Pfal. 22. 4, 5, 10. Palas

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1.963. 1, Or. Pfal. 1. 1. See 10. Mofes, Exod. 3. 11. Jesus
Truft.

Christ, 66, 8, 18, 33. 112, b, 6. Lite
The Hope of the Wicked vain, tle Children, Mar. 10.-13,00. St.'
Job 8. 13. Job 11. 20. Job 14.19. Paul,-766, a, 11. ...
Prov. 10. 28. Prov. Ir. 7, 23. Motives to Humility, 16, a, 8.

Hope is as the Anchor of the Soul, 127, a, . 268, a, 21. 293, b, 2.
Heb 6.19. The Helmer of Salva: 310, 6, 78 960,1b, 12. 1982, a, 30.
tion, 1 Thef. 5.8.,

What we have was given us by
Hosanna,

God, 359, a, 9. 717, , 34. God re.
The Meaning of the Word, on specteth the Humble, 228, a, 30. and

giveth them Grace and Favour,
Hospitality Prov. 3. 34. With the Lowly is
650, a, 18.

Wisdom, Prov. 11. 2. Soe Pride.
Humiliation,

Husbands,
Duft and Afhes put on the Head: Their Duty,690, a, 1. Abraham,
in coken thereof, 1079, b, 7.

in the Case of Isaac and Ishmael,

was commanded to hearken to his
Humility

Wife, Gen. 21. 12. See Divorce,
This Virtue is expressed by be-

Polygamy.
ing base in our own fight, 2 Sam.
6. 22. By being humble in Spirit,

Hyperbole,
Prov. 29. 23. Poor in Spirit, Mat.

What ? on Mat. 17. 20.
By the Soul's being as a

Hypocrisie,
weaned Child, Pfal. 131. 2. By a What? 87, 1, 2.

182,1,1. Hy
tender Heart, 2 King. 22. 19. By pocrites make a Shew of Religion,
not seeking great things for our 135, b, 1. Likened to whited Sea
felves, Jer. 45.5. Rom.12.16.

pulchres, Mat. 23. 27.
Humility described, Rom. 12. 3,
Hìmility towards God, consists in nias and Sapphira, Ass 5- 2,6r.

Examples, Luk. 13. 14, &c. Ana:
acknowledging our Imperfections

Arguments against Hypocrisie:
in respect of him, Gen. 18.27. Job is put among other heinous Crimes,
43. 6. In confeffing our Sins, Ezra

1 Pet. 2.1. The Hope of Hypocrites
9. 10,13. Job 40. 4. Luk. 18. 13. In perisheth, Job 8.13, 14. Job 27. 8.
submitting to his Judgments, 1 They heap up Wrath, Job 36. 13-
Sam. 3. 18. Job. 1. 20, 21. In ac. Fearfulness shall furprise them, Ita.
knowledging his mercy in all that
we have, 2 Sam. 7.18, 19. 1 Chron, 33, 14 God will not hear them

in Afi&ion, Job 37: They shall
39. 14. Lam. 3. 21.

not come before God; Job 13: 16.
The Gospel lays a mighty stress Wo denounced againft them, Mat.
on the Practice of Humility, 112, a, 23. 13, 14. Their terrible Portion,
28. 649, a, 26. Phil. 2. 3.

Mat. 24, SI.
Of the Practice of Humility, 420,

I.
, 1. Recommended by the Parable
of those bidden to a Feast, Luk. 14.

Idolatry
-, &c. and by the Parable of che Forbidden, 706,6, 18. It prevail-
Pharisee and Publican, Luk. 18. ed among Men, 597, a, 15. The
co,&c.

Jews guilty thereof, 492, a, 26.
We should not compare our 493, a, 9.1.
elves with others, Luk. 18, 10,66. He who lovech Pleasures, or
Cor. 1o. 12.

Riches, or any other thing more
Examples of the Practice of Hun than God, is an Idolatır, Phil. 3.19,
mility, 247, b, 4. 255, b, 2. Abra- 809,b, 20.
am, Gen. 18. 27. Jacob, Gen. 32.

Idols

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