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There being no falvation but in Christ alone, ib. Who hath purchafed it by his perfect obedience and facrifice of himself, con. viii. 5. cat. 83. For all the elect, and them only, con. iii. 6. To whom the outward means are made effectual for their falvation by the Spi- ` rit, con. vii. 5, 6. xxv. 3. cat. 154, 155, 161, 182. Who worketh in their hearts faith in Jefus Chrift, con. xiv. I. cat. 72. Which is neceffarily required of them for their juftification and falvation, con. vii. 3. xi. I. cat. 32, 71. The Spirit alfo worketh repentance, and infuseth all other faving graces, con. xiii. 1. cat. 32, 75, 76, 77. Which neceffarily accompany faith, con. xi. 2. cat 73. The Spirit likewife enables them unto all obedience and the practice of holiness, which is the way that God hath appointed them to falvation, con. xiii. 1. cat. 32. Elect infants dying in infancy are regenerated and faved by Chrift through the Spirit, &c. con. x. 3. Sanctification, what, con. xiii. 1. cat.

75. Infeparably joined with juftification, cat. 77. Wherein they differ, ib. It is throughout in the whole man, con. xiii. 2. cat. 78. But in this life it is not perfect in any, con. xiii. 2. cat. 77. Whence this imperfection proceeds, con. xiii. 2. cat. 78. Through the continual fupply of ftrength from the fanctifying Spirit of Chrift, the faints grow in. grace, perfecting holiness in the fear of God, con. xiii. 3. At death they are made perfect in holiness, con. xxxii 1. cat. 86. And at the day of judgment they fhall be fully and for ever freed from all fin, cat. 90. Satisfaction. Repentance is no fatiffaction for fin, con. xv. 3. nor good works, and why, con. xvi, 5. Neither we, nor any other creature can make the leaft fatisfacti

on for fin, cat. 194. Christ alone hath made a proper, real, and full fatisfaction to the juftice of his Father by his obedience and fufferings, con. viii. 5. xi. 5. cat. 38.


Which fatisfaction is imputed to believers, they receiving and refting on Chrift and his righteoufnefs by faith, con.xi. 1. cat. 70. Scandalous, not to be admitted to the 'Lord's table, con. xxix. 8. cat. 173. Scoffing and fcorning, finful, cat.

113 145.

The Scripture, why neceffary, con, i. 1. What books to be owned for fcripture, con. i. 2, 3. cat. 3. How proved to be the word of God, con. i. 5. cat. 4. Upon what authority the fcripture ought to be believed and obeyed, con. i.


The fufficiency and perfection of the fcripture, con. i. 6. cat. 2, 5. Its perfpicuity, con. xvii. The infallible rule of interpreting fcripture, is the fcripture itself, con. i. 9. The fcripture is the only rule of faith and practice, con. i. 2. cat. 3. 5.; and of worship, con. xxi. 1. cat. 108, 109. The Spirit fpeaking in the fcriptures, is the fupreme judge of all controverfies in religion, con. i. 10. The original text of the fcriptures, is that to which the church is finally to appeal, con. i. 8. But they are to be tranflated into vulgar languages, con. i. 8. cat. 156 Be- * caufe all forts of people have an intereft in them, and are commanded to read them, ib. How they are to be read, cat. 157. The illumination of the Spirit of God is neceflary for the faving underftanding of the fcriptures, con. i. 6. cat. 157. How the reading of the word is made effectual to falvation, cat. 155. Mifinterpreting, mifapplying, or any way perverting the word, or any part of it, to profane jefts, is finful, cat. 113. Sin, what, cat. 24. Original fin, what

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what, cat. 25.^ The fin of our
fort parents, con. vi. 1. cat. 21.
By it they fell from their original
righteoufnefs, and communion with
God, and had their natures whol-
ly corrupted, con. vi. 2. cat. 25.
27. The guilt of this fin is im-
puted, and the corruption of na-
tore conveyed to all their pofterity,
con. vi. 3. cat. 22, 26. Who are
thereby bound over to the wrath
of God and curfe of the law, con.
vi. 6. cat. 27, 194. From the
original corruption of nature, all
actual fins proceed, con. vi. 4.
cat. 25. Which are not all equally
heinous, cat 150. The aggrava
tions of fin, cat. 151. The de-
merit of every fin, con. vi. 6. cat.
152. Punishments of fin in this
world, con. v. 5, 6. xvii. 3. xviii.
4. cat. 28, 83. In the world to
come, con. xxxii. 1. xxxiii. 2.
cat. 29, 86, 89. Sin is pardoned
for Christ's fake alone, con. xi, 1.
xv. 3. cat. 70. See juftification,
fatisfaction. Every man bound
to pray for pardon of fin, con.
XV. 6. God continues to pardon
the fins of those that are juftified,
con. xi. 5. How pardon of fin is
to be prayed for, cat. 194. The
fin unto death, con. xxi. 4. cat.
183. Believers have the dominion
of the whole body of fin deftroyed,
and the lufts thereof more and
more weakened and mortified, cón.
vi. 5. xiii. 1. cat. 75. See morti-
fication, fanctification. How pro-
vidence is exercised about fin, con.
V. 4.
Why God permitted the
fin of our first parents, con. vi. 1.
Why he leaves his children to fall
into fin, con. v. 5. Why and how
finners are hardened, con. v. 6.
cat. 68.



Sins against the first commandment,

cat. 105. Against the second, cat. 109. Against the third, cat. 113. Against the fourth, cat. 119. Sins of inferiors, cat. 128. Sins of


fuperiors, cat. 130. Sins of equals,
cat. 132. Sins against the fixth
commandment, cat. 136. Against
the feventh, cat. 139. Against the
eighth, cat. 142. Againft the
ninth, cat. 145. Against the tenth,
cat. 148.
Sincerity. Believers love Christ io
fincerity, con, xviii. i. They are
never utterly deftitute of fincerity
of heart, con. xviii. 4. Ministers
ought to preach fincerely, cat.
159. We are to pray with fin-
cerity, cat. 185. God is pleafed
to accept and reward the good
works of believers, which are fin-
cere, con. xvi. 6.

Singing of pfalms, a part of religious
worship, con. xxi. 5.
Slandering, finful, cat. 145.
Songs that are lafcivious, forbidden,

cat. 139.

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The foul of man is immortal, com.
iv. 2. cat. 17. The state of fouls,
when feparate from their bodies,

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cat. 86.

God hath moft foinion over his crea




ture, to by them, for them, or
upon them whatfoever he pleafeth,
con. ii. 2. The light of nature
theweth that God hath lordship
and fovereignty over all, con. xxi
1. Eternal fovereignty to be -
fcribed to God alone, cat. 196.
We are to pray with due appre-
henfions of his fovereign power
cat. 175, 189.
Spirit. See Holy Ghost.
Stage-plays, forbidden, cat, 139.
Stews not to be tolerated, cat. 139.
Supererogation impoffible, con. xvi. 4.
Superiors, why ftiled fathers and mo-
thers, cat. 125. How to be hon-
oured, con. xxiii. 4. cat. 127.
Their duty, con. xxiii. 1. 2, 3.
cat. 129. Their fins, cat. 130.
See magiftracy.
Superftition. God may not be wor-
fhipped according to the imagina-


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con. XXX. 4.

Swearing. See oaths. Vain or rash
the name of God, or
to fwear at all by any other thing,

is to be abhorred, con. xxii. 2.
Synods. See councils.


Toleration. A falfe religion not to
be tolerated, cat. 109.
Tradition, no pretence for ufing fu-
perftitious devices in the worship
of God, cat. 109. No traditions
of men to be added to the scrip-
ture, con. i. 6.
Tranfubftantiation is repugnant not
only to fcriptute, but to common
fenfe and reafon, con. xxix. 6.
And is the cause of manifold fuper-
ftitions, yea of grofs idolatries, ib.
The tree of life was a pledge of the

of the elect with Chrift,


Non. xxv. I. xxvi. 1. cat. 66. It is infeparable, cat, 79. Believers are united to one another in love, con. xxvi. 1.

Ale-bearing, cat.

Te bearing. Why God leaves Union of the two natures in Chrift.

Lemptaed given world,

covenant of works, cat. 20. The Trinity. See God, perfons. Truth between man and man, hově preferved and promoted, cat. 144. What contrary to it, cat., 145. U


his children to mai
tions, con. v. 5. 1
up to the temptatio
con. v. 6. Temptatios to fin are to
be avoided and refifteu, ca. 66,
99, 135, 138. How temptation
is to be prayed againit, cat. 195.
Teftament. The books of the Old
and New Teftament are the word
.of God, con. i. 2. cat. 3. And
the only rule of faith and obedi-
ence, ib. See Scriptures.
Teftament, why the covenant of grace
is called a testament, con. vii. 4.
As it was adminiftred under the
law, it is called the Old Teftament,
con. vii. 5. And as adminiftred
under the gofpel, it is called the
New Teftament, con.

Thanksgiving, to be joined with W

prayer, con.. xxi. 3. cat. 108,
178. It is to be made in the
name of Chrift, con: xxi. 3. So-
lemn thanksgiving, a part of reli-
gious worship, con. xxi. 5.


See perfonal union. Unregenerate, the use of the moral law to them, cat. 96. Their belt works cannot please God, and why, con. xvi 7. But their neglect to do what God commands, is more finful, ib. Vocation. See calling.

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Vow, a part of religious worship,
con. xxi. 5. What it is, and how
to be made, con. xxii. 5, 6. To
be made to God alone, con. xxv.
6. cat. 108. What vows are un-
lawful, con. xxii. 7. Violating of
lawful vows, and fulfilling of un-
Jawful, is finful, cat. 115.
Ufury unlawful, cat. 142.


7AR may be waged by Chriftians under the New Teltament, con, xxiii, 2. The Wicked. Their condition in this life, cat. 83; immediately after death, con. xxxii. 1. cat. 86 in and after judgment, con. xxxiii. 2. cat. 89. Will.

Will. The counsel of God's will is most wife and holy, con. iii. 1. cat. 12. It is unfearchable, con ili. 7. cat. 13. It is free and immutable, con. v. 1. cat. 14; and most righteous, con. ii. 1. How the will of God is to be done and submitted to, cat. 192. The will of God, revealed in the fcriptures, is the only rule of faith, worship, and practice. See fcripture. Chrift revealeth to his church by his Spirit and word the whole will of God, in all things concerning their edification and falvation, cat. 48. Free-will. The will of man is neither forced, nor by any abfolute neceffity of nature determined to do good or evil, con. iii. 1. ix. 1. Man in his state of innocency had freedom and power to will and do good, con. iv. 2. ix. 2. cat. 17. By his fall he loft all ability of will to any fpiritual good accompanying falvation, con. vi. 2. 4. ix. 3. Cat. 25. 192. The will is renewed in converfion, con. ix. 4' X. 1. cat. 67. It is made perfectly and immutably free to do good alone in the ftate of glory, c. ix. 5. Word, See fcripture, reading, preachTog, hearing.

Worldly mindedness, finful, cat. 105. 142.

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Works. What are good works and what not, con. xvi. I. Good works are the fruits and evidences of a true and lively faith, con. xvi. 2. The ufes and ends of good works, ib. Ability to do good works is wholly from the Spirit of Chrift, con. xvi. 3. The actual influence of the Spirit is required for the performance of them, ib. This no plea for negligence, ib. Supererogation, impoffible, con. xvi. 4. We cannot by our belt works merit pardon of fin or eternal life at the hand of God, and why, con. xvi. 5. Yet


the good works of believers are accepted by God in Christ, and rewarded, con. xvi. 6. The works of unregenerate men cannot please God, and why, con xvi. 7. But to neglect to do what God commands, is more finful, ib. All perfons fhall, in the day of judgment, receive according to what Gray they have done in the body, whether good or evil, con. xxxiii: 1. Worthip. To God is due from his creatures, whatever worship he is pleafed to require, con. ii. 2. The light of nature fheweth that God is to be worshipped, con. xxi. But the acceptable way of worfhipping God, is instituted by himself in the fcriptures, ib. He may not be worshipped according to the imaginations and devices of men, con. xxi. 1. cat. 109. Falfe worship is to be oppofed, cat. 108. As alfo any worship not inftituted by God himfelf, cat. 109. But there are fome circumftances concerning the worship of God which are to be ordered by the light of nature and Chriftian prudence, according ro the general rules of the word, con. i. 6 Religions worfhip is to be given to God the Father, Son, and Holy Ghoft, and to him alone; and that only in the mediation of Chrift, con. xxi. 2. cat. 179, 181. The parts of re. ligious worthip, con. xxi. 3, 5. Religious worship not tied to any place, but God is to be worthipped every where in fpirit and truth, as in private families daily, and in fecret, each one by himself; fo more folemnly in the public affemblies, which are not to be neglected, con. xxi. 9. Wrath. See curfe.

EAL for God, a duty, cat. 104.

zeal, finful, cat. 105.

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