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Fire, 932, a,

The Sacrament probably was re-would have all Men saved, 867, a,
ceived every Week and oftner in 30. 1 Joh. 2. 2.
the Apostles Times, Ads 20.7. on Salvation is of the Jews, 363, a,
1 Cor. 11. 25.

S. A Deliverer was to come out of
The Danger of receiving the sa- Zion, 643, a, 28.
crament unworthily, no Argument The Gospel a powerful Means of
not to receive it, on 1 Cor. 11. 29. Salvation, Rom. 1. 16. All things
Sacrifice.

necessary to Salvation contained in
Altars built and Sacrifices offered the Scriptures, 2 Tim. 3.15,16.
before the giving of the Law, by

The general Method of God in
Cain and Abel, Gen. 4. 3, &c. by

the Salvation of Men, on Phil,

2. 13.
Noah, Gen. 8. 20, 21. by Abra-
ham, Gen. 12. 7,5. by Ifaac, Gen. most important Question, 457, à,

What shall I do to be saved ? a
26, 24, 25. ' by Jacob, Gen. 31.54. 12.
Gen. 35. 1, &. by Jethro, Exod.

To endeavour to promote each
18. 12.

The Sin-offering was burnt with other's Salvation, a Duty, 642,
Fire, 946, b, 14.

a, I.
The Death of Christ a Sacrifice, Jesus Christ, 4, a, 22., 357, a, 30.

Salvation to be obtain'd only by
610, b, 5.

Who is our Saviour, 862, a, 16.
God's acceptance of Sacrifices te-
ftified by their being consumed by vation offered by Christ, 944, b, 3,

The Danger of refusing the Sal-
18.

See Heaven.
Christians are to offer spiritual

Salutations,
Sacrifices, 972, a, 27,
Sadducees,

What usual among the Jews ?

225, b, 12.
See Resurrection.
Salvation

Samaritans,

Who ? 361, a, 22.
Is of God, in every Sense of the

Sanétification
Word, 1043, 4, 5. Our Works not
the Cause which moved God to

Takes in all that is expressed by
provide a Method for our Salvation, Mortification, Rom. 8.12,&c. Re-
538, a, 27. 641, a. 1. 797, b, 12. pentance and newness of Life, Ho-

Conditions of salvation not men- liness, Obedience, Conversion, Re-
tioned together, but scattered up generation... See these Heads. All
and down in the New Testament,

which constitute the new Man,
on Rom. 10.9. Conditions of Sala and the new Creature, mentioned,
vation, what? on Mar. 18. 18. 806, a, 5,
Promised to those who persevere

The Word of Goda Means of our
in their Obedience unto the end, Sanctification, 428, b, "I.
129, 6, 6. Faith a Condition, 357,

Motives: The Pure in Heart
a, 31, b, 31., See Faith, Repentance, shall fee God, Mat. 5. 8. That we
Holiness, Obedience. Christ came to might ferve God in Righteousness
save us, not in, but from our Sins, and true Holiness, the end of our
Mat. '1. 21.

Redemption, Luk. 1.74, 75,
Salvosion styled great, Heb. 2. 3.

Of the San&tification of Christ, on
Eternal, Heb: 5.9. common, Jude Joh. 17. 17.

Satisfa&tion
ver. 3.

Salvation offered equally to all Of Chrift, 112, b, 21. 113, 2, 14.
Men, Joh. 1. 12. God has declared 143, 2, 1, 30, 349, a, 10, 20, 404,
and 'Iwoin that he desires not the b, 20. 429, b, il. 560, b, 32
Death of a Sinner, but that he 610, a, 28. 749, a, a 1.

Sarisa

Nn4

Satisfaction of Christ necessary, To search the Scriptures, a Duty,
being all Sinners, 957, a, 19. 97'5, 304, a, 18. and to endeavour to
a, 3. This Satisfaétion was made by understand the Will of God, 830,
Christ, by offering up of himself b, 17. People of all Conditions
once, 920, a, s.

ought to be acquainted with the
Schisms

Scriptures, as the common People a.
And Divisions condemned, 1 Cor. mong the Jews were, Deut.6.66.
II, 18.
1 Cor. 12. 25.

Josh. 1. 8. Pfal. 1. 2. Pfal. 19. 7,
Scriptures.

8, Pfal. 119. 9, 16, 105. Luk. 11.
The Way God pitched on to 52. Rom. 15.4. Col. 3. 16. 2 Tim.

3.15. Ignorance of the Scriptures,
convey his Will to Mankind was

the Cause of Error, Mat. 22. 29.
Writing, Joh. 20.30, 31. The Scri.

We should meditate upon, and
ptures were written for the Genera.
tions to come, Pfal. 102. 18. Ila. delight our selves in the Scriptures,
30.8. For our Learning, 610, a, 8. Bereans commended for searching

Pfal. 119. 15, 24, 47, 97, 103. The
That we might believe, Joh. 20. the Scriptures, A&s 17.11. Apollos
31. For the more certainty of those commended for his knowledge in
things which have been delivered them, Acts 18..24. We should trea
by Word of Mouth, Luk. 1.4.

One Part of the Scriptures styled lure them up in our Hearts, 903, a,
the Oracles of God, Rom. 3. 2.

10, Deut. II. 18.
The Old Testament or Covenant, contained in the Scriptures, 304, 2,

All things necessary to Salvation
2 Cor. 3. 14. The first Testament or

18. Joh. 20.31.

2 Tim. 3. 15,
Covenant, Heb. 9.15, 18. The other
Part,the New Testament or Cove the old Testament ftill obligatory,

16. The moral Duties required in
nant,- Cor.3 6. Heb.9.15.The better Mat. 5.17, &c. We are not to see
Teftamentor Covenant, Heb. 7. 22.

ceive any
The Scriptures delivered to the

other Gospel, nor add to

the Scriptures, Gal. 1.9.
Fathers, to hand down to their po-

All knowledge about Religion
ferity, A&s 7. 38. 603, a, 20.
The Word of God made known be determined by the Scriptures

,

to be derived from, and disputes to
by Christ and his Apostles, 430,
a, 19. The Epistles written for the 304, a, 18. A&ts 15.15. Eph. z.
general use of the Church, 840,

Our blessed Lord reasoned out
The Laws of God styled a Way, So did the Apostles, 574, a, 24.

of the Scriptures, Mat. 22. 29, 31.
Gen. 18. 19. Pfal. 119. 1, 3. Te.
stimonies, Pfal. 119.2, 14. Precepts,

Acts 17. 2. Acts 18.28.
Pfal. 119. 4, 15.

Statutes, Pial.

The Scriptures read in the Jewish
119.5, 8. Judgments, Pfal. 119.

Synagogues every Sabbath day,
7,13, 20. Commandments, Word, 540, a, 17. Read, publickly to Men,

Women, and Children, Deut. ii.
The Laws of God are holy, just, 31, &c. Jolh. 8. 34, 35.
and good, Rom. 7.14... Righteous, Scriptures, 815, a, 18. 99, a, 6.

The Efficacy and Power of the
Pfal. 119.7, 62. Right, Pal

. 119. They convert the Soul, make wife
129. Sweet, Pfal. 19. 10. Plal. the Simple, rejoice the Heart, en
119. 103. Upright, Pfal. 119. 137. lighten the Eyes, and warn us, 909,
Pure, Pfal. 19. 8. Pfal. 119. 140.

a, 18. They direct us, Pfal. 19.
The Scriptures are Truth, being re-

105. Cleanse our Ways, Pfal. 119.
vealed by God, who cannot lie,441, 9. Quicken us, Pfal. 1 19.50, 93.
a, 1. 774, b, s. 794, a, s. The

Scrip:ures to be read and heard
Word of God shall stand for ever,

with Attention, 317, a, 10. with a

Dit
3r3, a, 1.

20.

b, 13:

421, b, 6.

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Difpofition to do the Will of God, We cannot be the Servants of
383, b, 11. 446, a, 16. They are Sin, and the Servants of God too,
to be highly esteemed, 363, 6, 6. 392, b, 3.
Divine Assistance necessary to

Severity
the right Understanding of the Of God, Rom. 11. 22. On this
Scriptures, on 1 Cor. 2. 14. For this account he is said to be Jealous,
therefore David applies himself to Exod. 20. 5. Terrible, and a

The Scriptures give Understand. A God to whom Vengeance be-
ing, and are compared to a Light longech, Pfal. 94. 1. Nahum. 1. 2.
- and Lamp, they are therefore plain Examples of God's Severity to-
in things necessary, Pfal. 19. 7, wards Nations, Sodom,
8. Pfal. 119. 105, 130. Prov. 6. Gen. 19. The Jews, 316, 3, 7, 25.
23.

Towards particular Perfons, Lot's
Difficulties in the Scriptures no Wife, Gen. 19. 26. Er and Onan,
objection against their being read Gen. 38. 7, exc. Nadab and Abihu,
by the common People, on 2 Pet. Lev. 10. 1, &c. Miriam, Numb.

12.9,&c. Korah, Dathan, and A-
The Scriptures abused and wrested biram, Numb. 16. 31, &c. Moses
by the Devil, Mat. 4. 3,6.

and Aaron, in excluding them from
See Inspiration, Revelation. the promised Land, Numb. 20.10,
Security,

c. The Man who gathered Sticks
The Danger thereof, 94, a, 13. on the Sabbath-day, Numb. 15:32,
284, b, 4. 307, b, 17.

dr. Ananias and Sapphira, Acts s.

I,
Self-conceit,

, &c. Herod, Aets 12. 23. The

Corinthians, 1 Cor. 11. 30.
See Pride.

Shame,
Sensuality

Sin the proper Object of shame,
Condemned, 284, a, 17. 875, Ezra 9. 6. Jer. 3. 25. Dan. 9. 7.

Luk. 18. 13. Rom. 6. 21. Not to
Seufuality punished in the Israe• be ashamed of Sin, an argument of a
lites, 704, b, 24.

Person's being lost to all Sense of
Sensualifts are for enjoying the Gocdness, Ifa. 3.9. Jer. 3. 3. Jer.
prefent Life, 728, a, 18. The end
thereof, 888, a, 19.

We should be ashamed of doing a-
Servants,

ny thing that might discredit our
Their Duty, 813, a, 42. 814, professed Confidence in God, Ezra

', '

8. 22. Of Confidence in Man, Isa.
2, II.

Good Properties of a Servant : 20. 5. Isa. 30. 5. Of hating good
Wise, Prov. 14 -35. Prov. 17. 2. Men, Pfal. 86. 17. Of persecuting
Mat. 24. 45. Good and faithful, the Servants of God, Jer. 20.11.
Mat. 25: 21. Bad Properties of a Men fhould be ashamed of their
Servant : Wicked, Mar. 18. 32. E- evil Ways, Ezek. 16.61. Ezek. 43.
vil, Mat. 24. 48. Slothful, Únpro- II. Of forsaking God, Jer. 17. 13.
fitable, Mat. 25. 26, 30.

Of Theft, Jer. 2. 26. Of their own
Motives to Diligence and Faith- vain Counsel, Hof. 10. 6.
fulness, 839, a, 16.

We Thould not be ashamed of
Abraham and Cornelius taught Christ and his Gospel, 58, a, 25.
their servant's the Duries of Religi- nor of Afflictions on that account,
on, Gen. 18. 19. A&ts 1o, 2.

Phil. 1. 20.

2 Tim. 1. 12.
Christ took on him the Form of believing in Christ, Rom. 10. 11.
a Servant, Phil, 2.7.

nor of commending good Men,
Servants of Sin and of Righteous. 2. Cor. 7. 14. nor of Suffering as
nets, who? Rom.6.16.

Chri.

b, 24.

8.12.

nor of

Christians, 1 Pet. 4. 16: nor of Some are given up to follow
them that so suffer, 2 Tim. 1. 8, 16. their own Hearts Luft, 533, a, 13.

The Danger of being ashamed of Of being dead in Sin, and raised
Christ and our Duty, 58, a, 25. to a new Life, 368, a, 6.
Shepherd.

There is no excuse for wilful
Jesus Christ the good Shepherd, Gospel does not allow any liberty

Sin, 431, b, 2. Joh. 3. 19. The
.403, a, 27.

to Sin, 617, à; 2. on Rom. 6.14
Sickness.

on 1 Cor.6.12.
Some Diseases probably inflicted There seems to be a Time, when
by evil Spirits, who may be the God will no longer bear with the
Executioners of God's Vengeance, Sins of a People, which is expressed
on 2 Cor. 12. 7. Saul's Melancho- by their Iniquities being full

, 126

,
ly is afcribed to an evil Spirit a, 3. Nations and Societies punifi-
from God, 1 Sam. 18. 10. God's ed in this world for Sin, 916, , 3,
plaguing the Egyptians, is styled, 7. Amos 3. 2.
fending evil Angels among them, No Sin fo fmall but it deserves
Pfal. 78. 49.

Eternal Death, Rom.6.23. 1 Joh.
Ends for which Sickness is sent: 3. 4.
The Glory of God, 399, a, 1. For Of the Sin against the Holy
the Tryal of good Men, Job 2. 3, Ghost, 71, 5, 1. on Mar. 3. 29.
&c. For the Punishment of Sin, Sins committed after Baptism
45, b, 4. 715,a, 14.

may be forgiven on true Repent-
A fá blamed, because in his Dif- ance, Mat. 6. 12. 1 Joh. 1.7,9. 1
case he fought not to the Lord, but Joh. 2. 1, 2. on Heb. 10. 26.
to the Physicians, 2 Chron. 16. 12. Chrift delivers his Servants not

The anointing of the Sick, in St. only from the Guilt and Punith-
James, probably miraculous, 717, ment, but the Power and Domini.
a, 13.

on of Sin, Mat: s. 21. A&ts 3. 26.
The Sick to be visited and com. Tit. 2. 14. Rom. 6. 14. Hebo 9.
forted, Kings 8. 29. Job 2. 11. 13, 14.
Mat. 25. 36.

Forgiveness of Sin expressed by
Sin

blotting of it out, 472, a, 2. Pro-
Is the Transgression of the Law, mises of Forgiveness, 341, 6, 74,
638, b, 8. 609, a, 33. Sin styled 513, a, 4. Forgiven for the lake
iniquity, Gen.15.16. Perversenefs, of Christ, 480, a, 35. 526, 8, 16.
Nomb. 23. 21. Wickedness, Gen. God only can forgive sins, 163, 6,
39. 9: An Offence, Rom. 5. 5. 7. Chrift afferts his power to for-
Unrighteoufnets, 1 Joh. 5.17.

give Sins, Mat. 9. 2,69.
Sin is put for a great and crying

Confession of sin. See Confefar.
Sin, 1 Tim. 5. 20. ! Joh: 3. 9. For Aggravations of Sin, 1011, a, 16.
the Guilt of Sin, Joh. 9:41. Joho

Sin must not have dominion or::
16. 8, 9. Rom. 7. 3. For a Sin- us, 616, a, 9.
Offering, 2 Cor. 5. 21.

Remedies again ft Sin, 903, 2,
He who omits to do good Works, See Mortification, Prayer, Warelui
is guilty of Sin, and liable to Pu. nefs.
nishment, Mat. 25.4., &c. Jam. 4.

We should humble our felvest.
17.

our Sins, becaufe they offend Go
There are Sins of the Mind and Gen. 39. 9. because Christ died för
Spirit, as well as the Flesh, Mat. 5. l'ec. 3.18. because sin defiles

Sin, Rom
28. Cor. 7. 1,
Servants of Sin, who ? Joh.

Scul, Mat. 9. 11. and enslaves
to Satan, 2 Tim. 7. 26. and kps.

4: 25. Heb. 9. 26, 28.

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Mar. 2.9:

23. I.

14. 36.

rates us from God, Ifa. 59. 2. and 1.1. Elihu, Job 33. 3. David, i
is the Cause of Afflictions and Kings 3. 6. 1 Chron 29. 17. Christ,
Death, Pfal. 107 17. Rom. 5. 12. 1 Pet. 2. 22. The Apostles; 3516

Sin is to be abhorr'd and forfa- b, 14.
ken, 614, b, 20.648, b, 21. 805,

Sinners
b, s. However dear any sinful Lusts Invited to come to Christ, Mat.
are, they must be parted with, on I'). 28. What kind of Sinners Christ
Mat. s. 29. or we must be exclu.

came to save, on 1 Tim. I. 15.
ded from the Kingdom and Pre- Why our Lord conversed with Sin-
fence of God, 39, a, I, 13.

ners, Mar. 2. 17. Luk. 15. 2,&c.
Motives to forsake Sin. We can-

Great Sinners said to sell them-
not be the Servants of Sin, and selves to work Wickedness, 620, a,
the Servants of God too, 392, b, 3. I. and to be in the Gall of bitter-
Sin is unprofitable, 810, a, 20. and nefs, Acts 8.

23.
deceitful, 947, b, 23. Sin brought

We cannot conclude those who
a Curse
upon

the Earth, 626, a, 1. suffer much in this World greater
Sin fometimes punished in this Sinners than other Men, on Joh. 9.
World by Sickness, doc. our Lord

3. 398, a, 10.
making these Expressions, Thy

Slander,
Sins are forgiven thee, and, Arife

Is raifing á false Report, Exod.
and walk, to be in effect the same,

Bringing an evil Name up-

on a Person, Deut. 23. 14. Report-
Sin, when committed by those
who in the general Course of their ing panderously, Rom. 3. 8. and
Lives approve themselves to God, bringing up of Slander, Numb.
punished in this Life, 2 Sam. 12.

Backbiters and slanderers con-
13,14
2 Chron. 32. 25.

demned, 767,6, 6.
Sin exposes the Guilty to the

Of being reviled, reproached, and
Wrath of God, 596, b, 25.
Christ came to destroy Sin, 776, spoken evil of, for the fake of

Christ, 936, a, 28.
b, 11. 799, a, 33.

The Jews flandered our Blessed
Threatnings of God against sin

Lord, 49, b, 1. Mat. 9. 3. Luk. 23,
and Sinners, Job 18. 5, &c. Prov.
1.24)
, &c. Ezek. 6. 11, &c. Mal

. 2,5, 14. The Apostles were fan-
2. 3. Rom. 2.6, &r. 2 Thef. 1.7,

dered, Acts 16. 20. Ads 17. 6. Acts
CA. 369, a, 1.

24.5.

Motives to eschew the Sin of
It is necessary to forsake Sin, in
order to our having our Prayers often makes a Part of the Character

-Slandering, Pfal. 101. 5. This Vice
heard, 401, a, 6.

of a very bad Man, Pfal. 5o. 19,
Sincerity
Expressed by singleness of Heart, The Heinousness of the Sin of
Eph. 6.5. by uprightness in Heart, slendering appears, in that it robsa
Pfal.125.4. in Conversation, Pfal. Man of that which is of greatest

37. 14. in the Way, Prov. 13. 6. Value, Prov. 22. 1. Eccl. 7.1. Ec-
-Sincerity, a Duty, Jofh. 24. 14. clefiafticus 41. 12, 13.
The want of Sincerity the Cause

Sloth,
of destructive Errors, Luk. 11.34.

See Diligence.
Motives to be sincere, 282, 2, 13.

Snare.
355, a, 30. 814, a, 3. Pfal. 11. 7.
Pfal. 15. I, 2. Pfal. 84. 11. Pfal.

The Pharisees, Sc. endeavoured
97. u. Prov.10.9. Prov. 11.3,6,20. to ensnare our Lord, Mat. 22. 15,16.
Prov. 28. 18.

The Devil lays his Suares to take
Examples of Sincerity, Job, Chap. Men, 871, 4, 12.

Sobriety.

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20.

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