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and arrange all the papers, and to prescribe, under the direction of the judicatory, the whole order of the proceedings. The members of this committee shall be entitled, notwithstanding their performance of this duty, to sit and vote in the cause, as members of the judicatory.
41. But in cases of process on the ground of general rumour, where there is, of course, no particular accuser, there may be a committee appointed, (if convenient) who shall be called the Committee of Prosecution, and who shall conduct the whole cause on the part of the prosecution. The members of this committee shall not be permitted to sit in judgment in the
42. No member shall retire from any judicatory, without the leave of the moderator, nor withdraw from it to return home, without the consent of the judicatory.
43. The moderator of every judicatory, above the church session, in finally closing its sessions, in addition to prayer, may cause to be sung an appropriate psalm or hymn, and shall pronounce the apostolical benediction.
Assembly, of the General, 429, 431,
of what it consists, 429.
meeting of, how opened, 431.
how dissolved, 431.
Assurance, of grace and salvation,
grounds of, 31, 100, 230.
strengthened by good works, 89.
may be shaken, or intermitted,
believers never destitute of the
duty of all to seek, 102, 373,
fruits of, 102,
Attributes, of God, 18-24, 175, 250,
BAPTISM, of, 148-150, 341, 398.
to be administered but once, 153,
by whom, 147, 150, 354, 504.
not necessary to salvation, 152.
how to be improved, 343.
difference of, from the Lord's
Baptism, administration of, 504.
by whom the child is to be pre-
Believers, cannot finally fall from
benefits received from Christ by,
ordination of, 444-449.
mystical, believers members of
Burial, of the dead, 524.
CALL, form of a, 442.
prosecution of before another
Calling. See Effectual Calling.
warrant for trials of, 436.
other parts of trials of, 437.
form of licensing, 438.
form of the record of licensure,
removal of, while trials are going
after the licensure of, 440.
Cause, ways of carrying to a higher
Children, dying in infan
members of the visible church
to be baptized, 151, 342, 399.
the Mediator, 52-54, 194, 384.
requisite that he should be both,
ordained Mediator from eternity,
anointed to his office by the
called to his office by the Father,
Church, given to Christ from eter- | Commandments, rules for under
members of, benefits that they
standing the, 246-250.
no mere man able perfectly to
Commissioners to the General As-
no ordinary possibility of salva-
Church censures, of, 159-161.
sembly, of, 458-459.
use of, 160.
on whom to be inflicted, 115, 158, Committees, rules concerning, 534.
degrees of, 161.
Judicatories to which the power
nature and enumeration of their
appointed by Christ, 139, 407.
only ministerial and declarative,
See Bishops, Elders, Deacons.
Church Session, of the, 419-421.
are the sum of the moral law,