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Upon the Jews rejeeting the GO
Of the Heathen, Nothing and spel, they were to be cast

off, $29,
Vanity; 532, 3, 3. A Lie, 598, a, ji a, 12. They are not finally caft of

Things offered to Idols not to be 640, a, 154
caten, 539, a, 3.

Jews and Gentiles all under fin,
Worfhip of Images forbidden,Excd. Rom. 3.9.
20.4. Lev. 26. 1. Pfal. 97.7. The Jews, oppose che Progress of

We are forbidden to make any the Gospel, 641, a, 10. 845, ā, 24.
image of God, and to worship him Of the Conversion of the Jews,
by an image, 549,6,4. Deut. 4.35, 743, b, 1. Which will probably be
dr. Rom. I. 23, 25

on a sudden, by a great Effusion of
· Jerufalem
the holy Spirit, Ila. 32, 13, 14, 15.

.
Styled the holy City, 13, a, T. Ifa. 66.8. Ezek 39.23, &c. Zech.

The Apoftles were to begin to 3. i
preach the Gospel at Jerusalem, 34%; will probably recurn to their own

The Jews, after their Conversion,
a, 42.

Prophecies of the Destruction of Land, Itari. 11, 12. Jer. 3 2. 37,
Jerusalem, 292, a, 14. 316, a 7

&c. Ezek. 36. 24, 25. Ezek. 37.

21, 22, 2Ś. Amos 9. 14, 15. Zech.
322, a, 1.

8. 8.
Jesus,

Ignorance,
See Chrift., nisi The bad Effects thereof, Ha. 5

Jews
Chosen to be a peculiar People,

13, 14. Hor. 4.6.

Wilful ignorance being finful,
897, a, 1. God in a particular Man- cannot be an excuse for Sin, on
ner fyled the God of their Fathers, Luk. 12. 48. Joh. 3. 19. Joh. 15.
and their God,"123, a, 1.752, b, 18, 22. Rom. 10.6,7,5. St. Paul's igo

True Jews, who ? Rom. 2. 28, nordnce some excufe, AEts :6. 9.
29.

I Tim. 1.-13
The Privileges of the Jews, Rom.

Image.
9:4, d.c. God made known his
Will to them, 603, a, 20.

Man was created after the image
God entred into a Covenant with of God, 837, b, 17. This image in
their Fathers, 798, b, 29.

part consisted in his being made
The great Wickedness of the righteous and holy, 798, a, 20.
Jews, 73, a. 16. A ftiff-necked and Images not to be worshipped. See
obftinate People, 495, a, 1. They Idols.
were worse than the Gentiles, shewn

Impossible,
by the Parable of the two Sons,

This Word used in several Sen-
Mat. 25, 28, ớt.

ses, on Heb. 6.4.
The Judgments of God upon the Incomprehensible,
Jews in the Wilderness, 704, a, 32. God is fo, 1 King. 8.27. Job 37-

The Gospel was first preached to 23. Pfal. 145.3.
the Jews, si, a, 17. 342, a, 42.

Indifferent.
Prophecies relating to the hemos
being offended with Christ, 236, do not recommend us to God, 657,

Things in themselves indifferent,
The Jews were instant. for the b, 21.
Crucifixion of Christ, $25, a, 6.

Industry,
Charged with the Murder of Christ,

See Diligence.
480, a, 1.

Infidelity.
The Jews a scattered People, The "Effeet of a wicked Dile
385,b, 30.

position, Joh. 7.17. Joh. 8.37. ;R!
à Thef. 2.10.

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1. 1 Ñ Ô E X. I. 1131
Infdels harden themelves, be gave as from himself, oni Cor. 1,
caufe God does not immediately in 16, 691, a, 14. See Reutlasiant.
fiet his Judgments, 991, b, 13.

... Integrity,
The Devil influences the Minds

See Sincerity.
of fome to infidelity, 2 Cor. 4:3, 4;

Interceflion
Exámples of some who were pu- "Of Chrift, See Ascension.
nished in this world for their Infide-
lity: The old World, Gen. 6 and
Seven Chapters. Heb. 1.7. Lot's

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Wife, 308, 1, 14. and his sons in Eyes, 347, 6, 13. On Joh. 1.58.
Law, Gen. 191 12; Ore Moses and

John
Aaron, 225, 2, $. The Israelites, Baptist, See Baptit.
Numb. 14,11, fc. - The Lord in

Joy.
Samaria, 2 King. 7.1, 2, 17. Ža We should have a Sense of each
charias, Luk, s. The Jews others Foys and Sorrows, 650, b, st.
were cut off for their Unbelief, The Scriptures written, that we
Rom. 11. 20.

might have.joy and comfort, Rom.
The terrible Punihment of Un- 15. 4.
believers in the future State, Luk. People may hear the Word with
12. 46. Rev. 21.8.

joy without being made better by

ic, Mat. 13.20.
Irigratitude

The first Christians rejoiced under
Condemned, Luk, 17. 17, 18. Sufferings for the sake of Christ,
Punished, i Sam. 12.8, &c. Prov.

482, 4, 11,
7:13. Rom. 1, 31, &c;

The Righteous should rejoice and
Ingratitude reckoned among the delight themselves in God, 227, b,
reateft Sins, 2 Tim 3, 2. Instan-

15.228, a, 12. 649, 5, 13.
thereof, 'Gen.

We should delight in God's
. 1 Sam.' 10. 18, 19.

Word, Pfal. 1. 2. Pfal. 119. 103.
Injuries,

In his Works, Pfal. 104. 24, d.
To forgive them, a Duty, 30, a, Pfal. 11. 2, 6C.
5,6, 22. Motives to forgivę inju The Followers of Chrift joyful,
ies, 31, a, 1.

429, 3, 32. 434, a, 25, 435, 2, 3,
Inspiration.

To rejoice in God leffenis our E-
The holy Scriptures given by fteem of worldly things, Pfal. 4:7.
spiration of God, 890, a, 12.99r, a, It makes the Practice of Religion
0. 1 Thef. 4. 15. David inspired, calie, Pfal. 84.9, 10,11,
07, a, 26. This does not make it

Judge.. is
ecessary to believe that the Apo-

Chriftians have a right to gledge
les, &c. were inspired with the for themselves, 127, b, 18. 706,
Vords and Syllables they used, on
Cor. 1. 16.

b, 22.
Our Lord made known to his A,

Judges,
oftles all things he had heard of Their Office, 570, 8, 7. Exod. 23.
he Father, Joh. 15. 15.

2,9. Deut. 16.18. Deut. 19.' 18.
The Apostles were inspired by Chron. 19. 6,7. Jer. 22. 3, 14, 16.
he holy Spirit, 427, a, 22. Eph. 3. The Qualifications of Judge's, Exod.
· St. Paul sffirms that he delivera 18. 21. Deut. 1. 13, is. Ezra
di chat which he received of the 7. 25.
ord, 713, a, 6. 1 Cor. 14. 37. and Judges must not refpet 'Perfon's,
e is careful to acquaint the Corin- 388, b, 4. 953, 6, 9,
nians, what Commandments he re A Wo denounced against such
si ved Jof the Lord, and what he as decree unrightecus Decrees, Ifa.

es

31. 1.

Gen: 40.

10,

10. 1. To justifie the Wicked, and that we may have Confidence and condemn che Juft, is an abomination Assurance at the Day of Judgment

, to the Lord, Prov. 17.05.

1004, a,

8. Judging.

Judgments: We must not ralhly judge each od Great Judgments mention d; 198 ther, 342.2, 29: The Consideration a, 29, B, s130, b, 16. 333, 6, 14 of a future Judgment, an Argu. Exprerred by removing Joy, Mirch

, ment against rah judging, 34, b, 16. dc. 1080, a, 25.

We should judge our felves, 1 Cor. 11:31.

Judgments . fent for negle&t and

contempt of God's Word, Ezek Examples of some who judged and 6,6"c. For the Punishment of Men condemned themselves under "Af- for their Wickedness, Gen. 6.5, fi&tion, Gen., 42. 21, 22. Judg. 1. 7,19. Gen '18. 20. Lev. 16. 14 6, 7.1

&c. Ifa. 42. 14. Ezek: 39. 22, 24. We cannot judge that: Men are ? Sinners above others from their those to whom God has manifested

Judgments will be infliated on Sufferings here, Luk. 132-2, G. his Will, 6co, a, 19. Judgment

What is to be done in order to Future, declared by God, zed, a, remove Judgments, 2 Chron. 1. 1: 512, b; 12. A future Judgment 13, &c. necessary to vindicate the Justice We cannot conclude that Men are of God, who will render to every Sinners above others from the Man according to his Works, 94, udgments that befal them, Luk b, 6. 2 Thef. 1.4, &c. The Con- '13. 2,&c. sciences of Men bear witness to God has sometimes preserved his this Truth, Rom. 2; 15. Felix Servants in a Time of public trembled at the Discourse of St. Judgments, Gen. 6.8, 17, 18. Gen. Paul concerning it, A&ts 24. 25: 7.1, &c. 1029, a, 13.

See Famint The Time of Judgment will be Plague, War. sudden, when People do not exped

Justice it, 134, b, 28.851, a, 11. Jesus Christ is appointed to be and Punishments, 94, 6, 6. 796,

of God in diftributing Rewards the Judge, 512, b, 2. who will am gain return, 314, 2, 7. in flaming

Justice of God, 604, a, 15. 633?? Fire, 855, 6, 23: attended with 6. Job 37. 23. See Righteousness of Saints and Angels, 458, a, 36.

God. At this Judgment all must appear, $12, b, 18. Secrer things will then

Justice be laid open, 282, 2, 13. For what Confifts in rendring to all their Words we lhall be judged, on Mac. due, Rom. 13:7, 8. The great Rule 12. 36. 1020, a, 6. Our A&ions of Justice, 36, b, 24., and Omissions will be enquired in. fuftice exprefly required by God to, Mat. 25. 34, 8c. Rom, 2.6.

47, a 20: Motives to Pracie, Of the Rule by which we shall Prov. 21. 3. Ifa. 33. 15, 16. The be judged, the holy Scriptures, and miserable Condition of the Unigt the Law of Nature, Joh. 12.48. teou's or Unjuft, Rom. 1.18. Cor. Rom. 2. 12, 15, 16. Jam. 2. 12. 6.9. 2 Thef. 2. 12. 2 Pet. 2. % At the Day of Judgment a Sepa

Justification ration will be made between the

Is the free Gift of God, not med Righteous and the Wicked, Mat. rited by us, but conferred upon to 35. 32. The Wicked will not

then

not by the Law of Mofes, but be able to stand, 324, a, 12.

ihrough Faith in Christ, 527; 5,1 We should to behave our felves, 641; , 1, 1977, ag 8. 778, b. sep

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The Faith which justifies, is a liv.

Kiss
ing Faith fruitful of good Works. Of Charity, 665, a, 1.
See Faith.
K.

Kneeling
King.

Recommended as the most pro

per Posture cf Prayer, by the most God the great King of all the

unexceptionable Examples, 496, Earth, 866,8, 7:

b; is. Jesus Christ a King, Mat. 2. 6.

Knowledge Mat. 21, 1, &c. This Office he perform'd, by giving Laws to his

Of God, 1 Sam. 2. 3. Dan. 2.22. Church, isa. 33. 22. Jam. 4. 12.

Rom. 11.33. His Knowledge is infiHence the Laws of the Gospel are nite and perfe&t, Job 36.4. Job 37. styled his Commandments, Mat.28. 16. Pfal. 147: 5.

God searchech and knoweth the 20. 425;b, 6. Christ executes the Office of a king, by appointing Go- Creatures, their Ways and Actions,

Hearts of Men, 460, b, 4. All

Pfal. 33. 15. Psal. 94. 9. 910, a; 12. 28. Eph. 4. 11, 12. By restraining and conquering the Enemies thereof, 1 Cor. 15.25, dic. By re- and Hearts of Men, 45, 6, 19. The

Jesus Christ kner the Thoughts warding the Obedient, Rev. 2. 7: Father known by him, 65, b, 20.

10. Rev. 22. 12. By punishing the - Disobedient, 1 Cor. 11. 32. 2 Ther. See Wisdom.

Knowledge. 1:7, doc.

Jesus Christ owned himself a The Design of Christ's Coming King before Pilate, 150, b, 6. was to enlighten the Minds of Men, Christ was a King from his Birth,

232, b, 3. Mat. 2. 2. Luk. 1, 31, 32. But he Knowledge necessary in Teachers, more particularly exercised this Mat. iś. 14. Heb. 5. 12. It ought Office, after his Refurrection and to be communicated, 18, 6, 4. as Afcenfion, all things in Heaven People are able to receive it, 47, b; and Earth, Men, Angels, and Devils, 32, being subject to him, 65, 6,6. 157, Account of the Realon of the Hope

We should be ready to give an a, 2. 415, a, 2. Christ, as King, will obtain a

tharis in us, 840, a, 4. more universal Conquest than he We should apply our felves to has hitherto, done, Pfal. 2. 8, 9. Knowledge, 1 Cor. 14. 20. endeavour Pfal. 72. 5, doc. Dan. 7. 13, 14. ing to know God, i Chron. 28.9.

Prophecies relating to the Kingly Jer, 4: 22. Hof 4. 1. and his Will, office of Chrift, 226, a, 21, 33, 4!.

Eph. 5.17. Col 1. Di 1 Thef. 46 230, 6, 5.. 350, b, 6. 466, 7, 8.

3. The Knowledge of God includes Kings.

Practice or Obedience, Prov. 1.7. Nebuchadnezzar and Belshazzar Jer. 22. 15, 16.

i Thef. 5. 2: punished for their Pride, Dan. 4. 3. Knowledge without Practice of

Thef 1,8 * Joh. 2. 3;4. 1 Joh. 4; 30,&c. Dan. 5. 22, &c. Kings, See Magistrates.

no use, 431, b, 2.

Knowledge the Gife of God, we Kingdom

should therefore ask it of him, Dan. Óf Christ, 70, a; 25. 108, a, 22. 2. 19, &c. Col. 1. 9. Jam 1.5. The Duration thereof, 8,b, 3. 415, The Knowledge of Jesus Christ, 34.

and the Religion he taught. Men, Prophecies relating to Christ's the most excellent, 674, a, 3o Joh.. kingdom, 226, 2, 41, 466, a, 8. It is 17. 3. Acts 17. 23, &e. Col

.. to comprehend all Nations, 119, 6, 3, 6,19

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ftians wito travelled from Place to Law.

Place, 741, a,

II.

Liberty. The Scriptures assert the Morál or natural Law, Rom. 1. 19, 20.

The Gospel does not give Men a Rom. 2. 12, 14, 15.

Liberty to fin, on Rom. 6. 14. 617, The Moral or natural Law a Rule &, I. of Life to us Christians, Mat. 19.

Wherein Christian Liberty con 17,6c. on Mat. 5.17: The Dana sifts, 392, by 31. on Joh. 8. 36. ger of Teaching otherwise, on Hereby true Christians ferve God,

not out of a flavish Fear, but a Obedience to this Law preferr'd Child like Love, and with a willing before Sacrifice, on Mat. 9. 13. Mind, Rom. 8.14,15. 1 Joh. 4, 17, Mar. 12.33.

18. They come with boldness 19 The Love of God and our Neigh- the Throne of Grace, 611, 2, 1. bour, the Sum of the Moral Law,

Lite. Mat. 22. 37, &c.

Life and Breath the Gift of God, The Moral Law was written on

548, a, 7. Tables of Stone, 741, a, 27. But The greatest Happiness exprefnow under the Gospel, it is written fed by Life, Joh 20.31. 1 Joh. 4.9. in the Minds and Hearts of God's Jesus Chrift the Life and light of People, 741, b, 3.

the World, 341, a, 1, 7,19.471,2,1. Those who disobey the Moral We should be ready to lay down or natural Law wort lay of Death, Our Lives for the sake of Chrift, Rom. 1. 32. See Moral.

308, a, 20. 1058, a, 13. Law

The Termof Man's Life noi Ceremonial, a fhadow of heavenly fixt by any absolute Decree, Exod. things, 836, a, 17. Abolished by

20,12. Deut.4. 40. Deut. 28. 63, the Coming of Christ, on Acts 16. 66., 1 King. 3. 14. Pfal. 55.23. 3. 835, a, 25. Styled a Yoke, Ads Pfal. 91. 16. Prov. 10. 27.

The Shortness, Vanity, and un 15.10.

The Cercmonial Law could not ju- certainty of our lives, 962, a, 4. stifie, and bring Men to eternal

We are in this Life but as Strange Life, 742, a, 15. Gal. 3. 21, 22.

ers, Pilgrims and Sojourners, 747, Christ the end thereof for Righte. a, 3; ouiness, 743, a, 13.

Of the new and holy Life which Law.

Christians are to live, 614, b, 17. We are not wholly forbid going to Faith a Principle of fpiritual Life,

669, a, 33. 748, 6, 10. 806, a, . Law, but only for small Injuries, 596, b, 2. on Mat. 5. 39. Lebbeus,

Long suffering A Name by which St. Jude is

Of God, See Patience. called, on Mar. 10. 3.

Long-suffering toward each other, a Lending,

Dury, 803, a, 26.

Lord's-Day. A Part of a good Man's Charalta er, Pfal. 37. 26. Pfal. 11.2. 5. a Du

The first Day

of the Week was

observed as a Day of Religious ty, 25, a, 7.

Worfhip in the Apostles Times, be

cause our Lord thereon arose from The Gift he was to offer at his the Dead, 558, a, 3. Mar. 16.9. cleanling, 41, a, 1.

Joh. 20, 19, 26. See Sabbach Wer Letter's

Thip. Of commendation given to Chris

Lord's

Leper,

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