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cat. 113. But it cannot oblige to fin,
Papists. Protestants should not marry
is pleased to command, con. ii. 2. cat. Pardon. See sin.
cat. 79. How far they may fall, con. vi. Obedience is due to the lawful commands of 5. xi. s. xii. 2. xvii. 4. xviii. 4. cat. 78.
a magistrate, con. xxiii. 4. cat. 121, They are always kept from utter despair,
con. xvii. 4. cat. 81. How they are reOffices of Christ, of Mediator. See Media- covered when they fall under God's fa
His prophetical office, cat. 43. therly displeasure, con. xi s. xiii 3. Priestly, cat. 44. And kingly, cat. 45. Three persons in the Godhead distinguished The Old Testament in Hebrew, is that to by personal properties, con. ii. 3. cat. 6,
which the church is finally to appeal in 10. The equality of the persons proved, controversies of religion, con. i. 8. The cat. 11 The personal union of the two administration of the covenant of grace, natures in Christ, con. viii. 2. cat. 36, under the law, is called the Old Telta- 37. By reason of this union, the proper ment, con vii. 5.
works of each nature are accepted of God, The ordinances of God given by Chrit to and relied on by belicvers as the work of
the visible church, con. xxv. 3 The or- the whole perfon, con viii. 7. cat. 40. dinances under the law, con. vii. 5. cat. Phyfick to be used moderately, cat 135. 34. Those under the gospel, con vii. 6. Lascivious pictures discharged, cat. 139. cat. 35. Which are fewer, and admini Poligamy unlawtul, con. xxiv. s. cat. 139. stred with more simplicity, and less out- The Pope has no power or jurisdiction over ward glory; yet in them grace and salva- civil magistrates or their people, con. tion are held forth in more fulness, evi. xxii. 4. He is in no finse head of the dence and efficacy, ibid. All God's ordi- church, but is antichrift, con. xxv. 6. pances, especially the word, facraments Powers ecclefiaftical or civil, not to be op, and prayer, are the outward and ordina
posed upon presence of Christian liberty, ry means of salvation, cat. 154 How con. xx. 4 power of the keys, Sec keys. they are made effectual, con. xxv. 3. Praises to be joined with prayer, cat 196. cat. 155, 101, 182. The neglect, con- The praise of any good, we either are, have,
tempt or opposing them, sinful, cat. 109. or can do, not to be ascribed to fortune, Original corruption, Sec corruption original idols, ourselves, or any other creature, lin, Sec sin.
Prayer, What, cat. 178. The duty of all · The profession of the gospel is adorned by
men, con. xxi. 3. To be made to God good works, con. xix. ä. And ought to only, and why, con. xxi. 2. cat. 179. be attended with a conversation in holia That it may be accepted, it is to be made ness and righteousness, cat. 112, 167. in the name of Christ, by the help of the Property in goods and possessions not inSpirit, con. xxi. 3. cat. 178. What it is fringed by the communion of faints, to pray in the name of Christ, cat. 180. con. xxvi. 3. Why prayer is to be made in his name, Prophecies. The covenant of grace admicat, 181. How the Spirit helps to pray, nistred by prophecies under the law, con. cat. 182. How prayer is to be made, vii. s. cat. 34. con. xxi. 3. cat. 185. For what and for The Prophetical office of Christ, how excwhom we are to pray, con. xii. 4. cat.
cuted, cat. 43. 183, 184. Prayer not to be made for Propitiation. Christ's one only facrihce the the dead, nor for those of whom it may alone propitiation for all the sins of the be known that they have sinned the lin elect, con., xxix. 2. unto death, ibid. Prayer, now under the Protestants should not marry with papists, gospel, is not made more acceptable by 'con. xxiv. 4. any place in which it is performed, nor Providence, is God's most holy, wise and towards which it is directed, con. xxi. 6. powerful preserving, directing, disposing The rule of prayer, cat. 186.
and governing all his creatures and all The Lord's Prayer, How to be used, cat. their actions; according to his infallible
187. It is explained in the catechisin foreknowledge, and immutable decree; from question 188, to the end.
to the glory of his wisdom, power, juPreaching of the word, is a part of the or- stice, goodness and mercy, con. v. 1.
dinary religious worthip of God, con. cat. 18. Events are ordered according xxi. 5. And one of the ordinances in to the nature of second causes, con.jij. which the covenant of grace is admini- 1. V.2. God in his ordinary providence Itred under the New Tefument, con. vii. maketh use of means, yet is free to work 6. cat. 35. None are to preach the word, without, above and against them at his but ministers of the gospel, cat. 158. pleasure, con. v. 3. How providence is How they are to preach, cat. 159. How cxercised about sin, con. V. 4. See lin. the preacking of the word is made effec- The actual influence of the Holy Spirit tual to salvation, cat. 155.
is required to do good works, con. xix. Predestination, con. iii. 3. 4. cat. 13. The 3. God's providence towards angels, cat.
doctrine of predestination how to be hand- 16. Toward man when created, cat. 20. led, and what use to be made of it, con. God's providence is in a most special iii. 8.
manner over his church, con. V. 7. cat. Preparation required to the hearing of the
43, 45, 63. word, cat. 160. What preparation re- Publick worship not to be neglected, con. quisite to the fabbath, cat. 117. What xxi. 6. to the Lord's supper, cat. 171.
Punishment. See lin. Prescience, See foreknowledge.
Purgatory, the scripture acknowledgeth no Priestly office of Christ, how executed, cat. such place, con. xxxii. 2.
e Private worship in families daily, a duty, con. xxi. 6. cat. 156.
providences, sinful, cat. 113. Privileges of the invisible church and of the Quarrelling, and provoking words finful, visible, See church.
cat. 136. Prodigality, a sin, cat. 142.
Quellions that are curious or unprofitable
QUARRELLING at God's decrees and
are to be avoided. cat. 113.
Reprobation, con iii. 7. cat. 3.
Resurrection of Christ, con. vii. 4. cat. $2.
gious worship, çon. xxi. 5. How made It is a proof of his being the Son of God,
con. xxvi. I. He rose again for their
justification, con. xi. 4. cat. 52. And
1. cat. 75. I hey draw strength froma
moderately used, cat. his death and refurrcclion for the mor.
viii. s. cat. 38, 39, 40. For all the elect, and unjust, con. xxxii. 2, 3. cat. 87.
Nor by having righteousness infused in-
to them, con. xi. 1. cat. 70. But those
xi. 1. See Justification. And fanétificd, teth and accounteth as righteous, by im-
livered from death, cat. 85. Their state
Altho' it be no satisfaction for sin, nor cat. 86. At the resurrection and day of
seven for a sabbath to be kept holy to
himself, con. xxi. 7. cat. 20. 116.
T ABL E.
How it is profaned, alone, ibid. Who hath purchased it by
6. XXV. 3. cat. 154, 155, 161,
for their justification and falvation, con.
3. xi. 1. cat. 32, 71. The Spirit al-
and saved by Christ thro' the Spirit, &e.
77. Wherein they differ, ibid It is
niftred under the law by facrifices, con. 2. cat. 75. But in this life it is not per-
for fin, coni. xv. 3. Nor good works,
are not to be worshipped, con. xxi. cat. any other creature can make the lealt sa-
tisfaction for sin, cat. 194. Christ alone
hath made a proper, real and full satis- nature conveyed to all their posterity,
4. cat. 25. Which are not all equally
fin, cat: 151. The demerit of every sin,
What books to be owned for scripture, 4. cat. 28, 83. In the wosld to come,
109. The Spirit speaking in the serip- lufts thereof more and more weakened
How the reading of the 128. Sins of superiors, cat. 530. Sins of
gainst the tenth, cat. 148.
The sin of our first parents, con. vi. 1. cat. con. xviii. 1. They are never utterly