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xxxii. Í. xxxiii. 2. cat. 29, 85, witnessing with our spirits that we 89. The meaning of these words are the children of God, con. xviii. in the creed, He descended into 2. cat. 80. By his abiding within hell, cat. 5o.

believers, they are secured from Hereticś to be rejected, cat. 105. falling totally away from the state Holiness. God is most holy in all of grace, and are kept by the

his counsels, works, and com- power of God through faith unto mands, con. ii. 2.

Man was cre- salvation, con xvii 2. cat. 79. ated holy after the image of God, Hope of glory, con. xviii. 1. cat 83. coa. iv. 2. cat. 17. But by ihe The hope of hypocrites, con. xviii. fall he became wholly defiled, con. vi. 2. Believers are; by the Humiliation of Christ, con. viii 2, 4, fanctifying Spirit of Christ, quick- čat. 46. In his conception and ened and strengthened to the prac- birth, cat. 47. In his life, cat. tice of holiness, con xiii. 1, 3, 48.' In his death, cat: 49 After cat. 75. And arě made perfectly holy in heaven, con xxxii. 1. cat. Hypocrisy, making profesion of re86, 90. See sanctification.

ligion in hypocrisy, or for finister The Holy Ghost equal with the Fa- ends, sinful, cat. 113. The hypo

ther, con. ii. 3. cat. II. He is crites hope, con. xviii. 1.
promised to the elect in the cove- Hypostatičål. See personal.
of grace, . 3. cat32.

By him they are united to Christ, Dleness, unlawful, cat 139, 142.
con. xxvi. I. For by him the
redemption purchased by Christ is bidden, cat. 105, 109. All monu-
applied to them, con. viii. 8. ši. ments of idolatry ought to be re-
4. cat. 58, 59. By him they are moved, cat. 108.
effectually called, con. X. I. cat. Jests. Perverting the scripture to
67.' And have faith wrought in profane jests, linful, cat. 113.
their hearts, con. xiv. 1. cat. 59, Jesus. Why so called, cat. 41. See
72. He is given to them in a- Christ.
doption, con. xii. cat. 74. And Ignorant, not to be admitted to the
applying the death and resurrec- Lord's table, con. xxix. 8. cat.
tion of Christ to them, by his 173.
powerful operation, they are sanc- Image. Man made after the image
tified, con. xiii. i. cat. 75. Hav- of God, in knowledge, righteous-
ing repentance wrought, and all ness, and holiness, con. iv, 2. cat.
other saving graces infused into 17. This image is renewed by sanc-
their hearts, con. xiii. 1. cat. 32. tification, cat. 75. And fully per-
75, 76, 77. Thro’ the continual fected in heaven, con. xxxii. j.
fupply of strength from him, be- cat. 86, 90.
hievers grow in grace, con. xiii. 3. Image-worship of all kinds, dischar.
cat: 75

The outward means are ged, cat. 109. by him made-effectual to the elect Imputation. The guilt of Adam's for salvation, con. vii. 5, 6. XXV.3. first lin is imputed to all his postecat. 155, 161. Prayer is to be rity, con. vi. 3. The obedience made by his help, con. xxi. 3. and satisfaction of Christ is imputcat. 182. Ability to do good works ed to believers, con. xi. 1. cat. 70. is from him, con xvi. 3. Affu- His righteousness is imputed to rance of faith is attained by his them, cat. 75, 77.


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Incarnation of Christ, con. viii. 2. poral judgments on themselves, cat. 37, 39.

con. xvii. 3. God is just and terIncest discharged, cat. 139. Incestu- rible in his judgments, con. ii. 1. ous marriages, which are within

The last judgment, what, con. the degrees of consanguinity or xxxiii. 1. Appointed for angels affinity, forbidden in the scriptures, and men, con. viii. 4. xxxiii. 1. can never be made lawful, con. cat. 83. The end of its appoint

ment, is the manifestation of God's Unjuft Inclosures and depopulations mercy and justice, con. xxxi. 2. forbidden, cat.142.

Cbrist shall be the judge, con. viii. Increase of grace, is from a continu- 4. xxxiii. 1. How he shall come

al fupply of strength from the fanc- to judge the world, cat. 56. Why tifying Spirit of Christ, con. xü.

he would have us certainly per1, 3. cat. 75. 77.

suaded of it, con. xxxiii. 3. Why Innocency. The Itate of man in in. the time of it is concealed, con.

nocency, con. iv. 2. cat. 17, 20, xxxiii. 3. cat. 88. The judgment Infants, how saved, con. X. 3. Infants of the righteous, con. xxxiii. 2.

of one or both believing parents cat. 90. The judgment of the are to be baptized, con. xxiii. 4. wicked, con, xxxiii. 2. cat. 89. cat. 166.

Judicial law. See law. Ingrossing commodities to inhance The justice of God, fully satisfied by their price, unlawful, cat. 142.

Christ's obedience and death, con. Inspiration. The books of the Old viii. 5. xi. 3. cat. 38, 71. It is

and New Testament are given by manifested in the works of proviinspiration of God, con. i. 2. But dence, con. v. 1. In the justificathe Apocrypha is not of divine in- tion of finners, con. xi. 3. Io the spiration, con. i. 3:

last judgment, con. xxxiii. 2. Intercession. How Christ makes in: Justice in contracts and commerce tercession, cat. 55. It is a part of

between man and man, cat. 141, his priestly office, cat. 44. He

142. makes interceffion, that the redemp- Justification, what, con. xi. 1. cat. tion which he hath purchased may 70. All the elect, and they only, be applied to all believers, con. are justified, con. iii. 6. Whom viii. 8. cat. 55. And their perfe- God did from all eternity decree to verance depends upon his continu- justify, con. xi. 4. But they are al interceffion for them, con. xvii. not justified till the Holy Spirit 2. cat. 79.

doth in due time actually apply Joy in the Holy Ghost, the fruit of Christ unto them, ib. How Jus.

assurance, con. xviii. 1, 2. cat. 83. tification is of God's free grace, Believers, by falling into some fias, con. xi. 3. cat. 71. Faith is semay grieve the Spirit, and be de- ceffarily required for justification, prived of some measure of their cat. 71. But it justifies a finger

comfort, con. xvii. 3. xviii. 4. only as it is an inftrument, by Judge. Christ the judge of the world, which he receivech Christ and his

con. viii. 1, 4. xxxiii. 1. How righteousness, con. xi. 1, 2. cat. he shall come at the last day, cat. 73. The exact justice, and rich 56.

grace of God, are both glorified The Judgments of God upon finners in the justification of sinners, con.

in this world, con. V. 6. cat, 28, xi. 3. Justification, the fame un83. How believers may bring tem- der the Old Testament as under



con. XXX. I.

the New, con. xi. 6. It is insepa- The Moral Law, what, cat. 93. rably joined with fanctification, Given to Adam with a power to cat 77. How they differ, ib. fulfil it, con. iv. 2. xix. 1. cat. 92. Those that are justified, are per- The Ten commandments the sum fealy freed in this life from the of it, con. xix. 2. cat. 98. Though revenging wrath of God, that they believers are not under it as a conever fall into condemnation, con. venant, coo. xix. 6. And are not 'xvii. I. cat: 77, 79. But corrup- able perfectly to keep it, cat. 149. tion remaining in them, con. vi. 5. Yet it continues to be a perfect xii. 2.

cat. 78. They fall into rule of righteousness, con. xix. 2. many fans, con. xvii. 3. cat. 78. Binding all, as well justified perWhich God continues to forgive, fons as others, con. xix. 5. Christ, upon their humbling themselves, in the gospel, having not abolished, confesing their fios, begging par- but much strengthened the obligadon, and renewing their faith and tion to the obedience of it, ib. repentance, con. xi. 5.

And although no man since the fall K

can, by the moral law, attain to Eys. The power of the keys, rihtevusaess and life, con. xix. 6.

whạt, con. xxx. 2. Commit- cat. 94. Which Christ alone háthi itd to church-officers, ib. The purchafed for the elect by his percivil magistrate may not assume this fect obedience, con. viii. 5. Yee Power, con. xxiii. 3.

it is of great use to all, con. xix. King. Christ the King of his church, 6. cat. 95. The ase of it to the

How he executeth regenerate, con: xix. 6. cat. 97. the office of a King, cat. 45.

The use of it to the unregenerate, What meant by the coming of cat. 96. Not contrary to the grace his kingdom, cat. 196.

of the gospel, but doth sweetly Knowledge. God's knowledge is in- comply with it, con. xix. 7. The

finite, infalible, and independent Spirit of Christ subduing and e-
upon the creature, cộn. ii. 2. The nabling the will of man unto a free
knowledge which may be had of and cheerful obedience to the will
God and of our duty to him by che of God, con. xix. 7. cat. 32.
light of nature, con. i. 1. xxi. 1. Unnecessary Law-suits to be avoided,
cat. 1. The scriptures are only cat.' 141, 142:
sufficient to give that knowledge Liberty. Christian liberty, what,
of God and of his will, which is

Wherein it is enlarg. necessary unto salvation, ib.

ed under the gospel, ib. The end L

of Chriftian liberty, con. xx. 3. Abour is to be moderately used, Liberty to fin inconsistent with it, cat. 135, 136.

ib. It is not incended to destroy Land-marks not to be removed, eat. ecclesiastical or civil powers, but 142.

to support and preserve them, con. Law. The cereinonial law, what, xx. 4. Neither are men thereby

con. xix. 3. It is abrogated now allowed to publish opinions, or under the New Testament, con. maintain practices, that are contraxxi. 13. XX. 1. How the covenant ry to the light of nature, or to the of grace was administered uoder the known principles of Christianity, law, con. vii. 5. viii. 6. cat. 34.

or such as are destructive of the The Judicial Law expired with the peace and order of the church, ib.

state of the Jews, con. xix. 4. And Liberty of conscience, what it is, and obliges no further than the gene- what repugnant to it, con. $X. 2. ral equity of it requires, ib.


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xxi. 7. con.

E. Making men the lords of our faith cat, 170. How believers feed og and confcience, unlawful, con. xx. him therein, ib. What preparati2. çat. 105.

on is required for receiving it, cat Life. Eternal life purchased by Christ's 171. Doubting may contíft with

perfect obedience to the law, con. an interest in Christ, con. xvi. 3. yiii. 5. The tree of life was a xviii. 4. cat. 81. And therefore pledge of the covenant of works, should not hinder from partaking cat. 20. The life of any not to be of the Lord's supper, cat. 172. taken away, except in case of pu- But the ignorant and scandalous blic justice, lawful war, or neces- are not to be admitted, cod. xxix, fary defence, cat. 136.

8. cát. 173. What dutiés require Light of Nature, what may be known ed in the time of receiving, cat.

of God and of our duty to him by 174. What duties after receiving, it, con, i. 1. xxi. 1. cat. 2. It is cat. 175. Frequent attendance not sufficient to make us wise unto on it, a duty, cat. 175. 177. The falvation, con. i. 1. 4•

agreement and difference between cat. 2. 60. It is of the law of na. the Lord's fupper and baptism, ture, that a due portion of tinte be

cat. 176. 177. set apart for the worship of God, Lots, cat. 112, 113.


Election is of God's free Wanton Looks, finful, cat. 199. love, con. iii. 5. cat, 13. Which Lord's prayer. See prayer.

is unchangeable, con xvii. 2. cat, Lord's fupper. The institution, na


And therefore true believers ture, and ends of it, con. xxix. s. can neither totally nor finally fall cat. 167. Chrilt not offered up to away from the state of grace, ib. his Father, nor any real sacrifice The sense of God's love is attaiofor fin made in it, con. xxix. 2. able in this life, cat. 83. See The mass abominably injurious to assurance. Love to God is a duty Christ's one only sacrifice, ib. The cat. 104. Which the light of naoutward elements in this facra. ture sheweth, con. xxi. 1. To love ment are not to be adored, con. the Lord our God with all our xxix. 4. They still remain truly heart, &c. is the sami of oor duty, bread and wine, con. xxix. 5. to him, cat. 102. Love to God The doctrine of transubstantiation, is necessary to the right peris repugnant 'not only to the scrip- formance of the duty of prayer, ture, but even to common sense, con.. xxi. 3. cat. 185. Love to and has been and is the cause of God, and the brethren is neceffary grofs idolatries, con. xxix. 6. to right communicating, cat. 168, How Christ hath appointed bread 171, 174. True believers are and wine to be given and received never utterly destitute of the love in the sacrament, con. xxix. 3. of Christ and the brethren, con. cat. 169. It is only to be admini

Wherein love towards stered by a minister of the word our neighbour confifts, cat. 1351 lawfully ordained, con, xxvii. 4.

141, 144, 147

What contrary cat. 176. It is not to be received tv it, cat. 136, 142, 145, 148. Ic by any one. alone, con. xxix. 4. is the sum of our duty to man, It is to be received in both kinds, cat. 122. Lying, sinful, cat. 145. ib. What relation the elements in this sacrament have to Christ

M м crucified, con xxix.

, Christ is present there, xxix. 7. con. xxiii. i. For what end,

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ib. Lawful for Christians to ac- tract of marriage may be dissolved cept the office of a magistrate, con. for adultery or fornication com. xxiii. 2. The duty of the civil mitted after the contract, con. magistrate, con, xxiii. 2. cat. 129. xxiv. s.' The bond of marriage con. xx. 4. Read the scriptures can only be dissolved for adultery

The sins of the magi- after marriage, and such wilful destrate, cat. 130, 145.

sertion as cannot be remedied, con. wage war upon just and necessary xxiv. 5, 6. Undųe delay of maroccasions, con. xxiii. 2. His riage, prohibiting of lawful, and power in church-affairs stated, con. dispensing with unlawful marriages, xxiii. 3. The duty of the people are sinful, cat. 139. Vows of towards their magistrates, con, perpetual single life, are sinful xxiii. 4. cat. 127.

Their fins a Inares in which no Christian may gainst them, cat. 128. Ecclefiaf- entangle himself, con. xxii. 7. cat. tical persons not exempted front 129.

Those who have not the obedience to the civil magistrate, gift of continency ought to marry, con. xxiii.

4. The pope hath no 138. The duties of married power or jurisdiction over magi- persons, cat. 139, 141: Itrates or their people, ib. The The mass abominably injurious to magistrate is not to be opposed in Christ's one only sacrifice, con the lawful exercise of his power,

xxix. 2. upon pretence of Christian liberty, Means. God in his ordinary provicon. xx. 4. Infidelity or dif

dence maketh use of means; yet ference in religion doth not makę is free to work, without, above, void the magistrate's just and legal and against them at his pleasure, authority, con. xxiii. 4.

con. v. 3. The outward and orMan, how created, con. iv. 2. cat, dinary means of salvation under 17. ·His state before the fall, con. the law, con. vi.

5. cat. 34. Univ. 2. cat. 17, 20. His fall, and der the gospel, con, vii. 6. cat. the effects of it, con. vi. cat. 21,

35,154. The diligent use of them 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28,

is required in order to escape the state by the covenant of grace, con.

wrath of God, cat. 153. How vii. 3,-6. car. 30,-35. Man's they are made effectual, con. xxv. chief end. cat. I.

3. cat. 155, 161, 182. Trusts Man-stealing discharged, cât 142, ing in means sinful, cat. 105. UnMarriage, the end of it, con. xxiv. lawful means not to be used, ib.

2. cat. 20. Between more than False measures unlawful, cat. 142. one man and one woman at a time, Meąt to be moderately used, cat. unlawful, con. xxiv. 1. cat. 139.

135, 136. Lawful for all sorts of people who Mediator. See Christ. are capable to give their consent, The mercy of God, con. ii. 1. cat. con. xxiv. 3. And who are with- 7. It is manifested in his works out the degrees of consanguinity or of providence, cos. v. 1. It is of affinity forbidden in the scriptures,

God's free love and mercy, that con. xxiv. 4. But marriages with- the elect are delivered from sin in those degrees can never be made and misery, and brought to an lawful, ib. Protestants should not eltate of salvation by the second marry with Infidels, Papifts, or o- covenant, cat. 30. God is merci. ther idolaters, con. xxiv. 3. Nor ful to penitent sinners in Christ, such as are gudly, with those that con. XV. 2. 'cat. 76. For whose are notoriously wicked, ib. A con- fake mercy is to be prayed for,


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