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Hearing the Word of God, a Duty, Some good Works particn.
A&s 10. 33. Jam. 1. 22.

larly mentioned in the ho-
Qualifications for hearing the ly Scriptures ; feeding the Hun.
Word of God, 260, b, it. Heb. 4. 2. gry, cloathing the Naked, visiting
Attention, 317, a, 10.

the Sick, the Fatherless, and Widow
We should diligently confider in their Affliction,relieving the Op-
what we hear, Mat. 13.19.

pressed and Prisoners, Lending, Giv.
People may hear the Word of ing, lhewingMercy,makingPeace beo
God, and delight in it, but without tween those who arearVariance,17,
Obedience it will not profit them, 16. 25,6,7. 139,0,1. Ifa.1.17. Mat.25.
Mat. 7. 24, 26. Luk. 11. 28. 78, 34,&c. See Alms. The Precepts of

doing as we would be done unto,
See Scriptures.

and of loving our Neighbour as
Works

our felves, include all possible goed

Works, as contributing to the Edu-
Of God, great and marvellous, cation of poor Children, &c.
Job 5.9. Job 37. 5. Psal. 86. 8.

We are to do good to all Men,
1067, b, 18.

but a more especial regard ought
It is our Duty to declare and to be had to good Christians, 847,b,9.
publish the Works of God, Psal. 9.

Motives to do good Works ; the
14. Pfal. 40.

JC. Pfal. 77. 12. Example of Christ, who went *
Plal.96,3. Pfal.107.8. Pfal.145.5;6. bout doing good, Aás 1o. 38. The
Gooel Works

.: Reward promised, 294, a, 17. We
This Expression sometimes ftands shall be rewarded according to
for the universal Practice of Good. Our Works, 94, b, 6. 732, b, 22. To
ness, Eph. 2. 10. Tit. 2.7, 14. negle&t doing good Works sinful, and
Tit. 3. 1.

exposes the Guilty to Condems
To make any Work good, it is ne.

tion and Punishment, Mat.7.19.
cessary that it be either exprefly re. Mat. 25.24, &c. Mat. 25. 42, 6s.
quired by God, in his written Word, 431, 6, 2, 32.
or that the Command be implied in

Good Works the best Evidence of a
some general Precept, or that we right Faith, Jam. 2. 18, 26. An e-
may infer our Obligation to it from minent Part of true Religion, Jam.
the Law of Nature, and right Reason, I. 27. 791, a, 8, 17,
836,6, 16. Not only a good Intention

Good Works are plealing to God,
is necessary, on Mat. 6. 1. but an Phil. 4. 18. Heb. 13. 16.506,2,
actual Performance, if we have 13. God is glorified by them,
Ability and Opportunity, Jam. 429, a, 8. And therefore they are

not always to be done in fecret,
The doing good Works, very on Mat. 6. 1.
much insisted on in the New Te. Our Works not the Cause which
ftament, 798, a, 27. They are the moved God to provide a Method
Fruit which every Chriftian must for our Salvation, 538, a, 27.

World
bring forth, 662, b, 1. We are
commanded to be zealous in doing Stands for the wicked People
good Works, Tit. 2. 14. and to abound therein, Joh. 7. 7. Joh. 14. 19.
in them, 1 Cor. 15. 58.

Joh. 17.14
The Rich required to be rich in We must not be conformed to
good Works, 1 Tim. 6. 17, &c. the World, 645, a, 34. The Fashion
Joh. 3. 17.

of this World pafferh away, 962,3,4
If we do good Works according to We must not so love the World,
our Ability,

God efteems them not as to place our Happiness in it, !
so much by the outward A&, as Joh. 2. 15. See Riches.
by our Zeal and Affection in doing Of Victory over the World,436,6,37.
them, 755, b, 1o.

World

2. 15, 16.

Z.

Worldly-mindedness,

Young
See Covetousness.

Men, their Duty, 887, a, 24. 890,
Worship:

a, i. Prov. i. 8, 10, &c. Prov. 3.
God is only to be worsbipped, 1. Prov. 4. 3, &c. Prov. 23. 19:
Mar. 4. 10. Jesus Christ an Object roung People are not to defer the
of Religious Worship. See Chrift.

Duties of Religion to their old
Publick Worship expreffed by cal. Age, Eccl. 12. 1. Lam. 3: 27.
ling on the Name of the Lord,

The Duty of young people to the
Gen. 12. 8. Gen., 13.4. Gen. 21. Antient, 875, a, 13.
33. Not to call upon or Worship

Examples of good young Perfons :
God, a part of the Chara&er of a Obadiah, 1 King. 18. 12. Jofiah,
wicked Man, Pfal. 14. 4. Pfal. 53.4.

2 Chron.34.3. Timothy, 2 Tim.3.13.
* There were Churches or Places Wicked young people made Exam-
for publick Worship in the Apostles ples of God's Justice : Er, and O.
Time. See Churches.

nan, Gen. 38.7, &c The Sons of
Texts whence our constant At-

Eli, 1 Sam. 4. 11: Amnon, 2 Sam.
tendance on the publick Worship of 13; Absalom, 2 Sam. 18. 9.
God (not being reasonably hin-

If the Good die young, it is in
dred) may be inferr'd, Pfal.45.11,

order to their being sooner admit-
*
Pfal. 65.1, 2, 4. Pfal. 84. 1, &c. ted to Happiness, but wicked young

Pfal. 95. 2, 6. Pfal. 107. 32. 'Mat: People are threatned to have their
ES 18. 20. A&s 16. 13, 15. Rom. IV.

Lives shortned by way of Punish-
ment,

Prov.
14, 17. 468, 4, 11.

10.-27.
Of the Love, Delight, &c. of
David to the House and Worship of

Zeal
God, Pfal. 26. 8. Pfal. 84.1, &c.
Pfal. 122. 1, &c.

Is put for the Heat of the Affe-
The Apostles and first Christians ction of Love, Joh. 2. 17. accom-

panied with defire, bc. 2 Cor.7.
afsembled together publickly to

11. For a commendable mulaci.
porship God, 468, a, 10. 475, a, 15.
They frequently resorted to the

on even to outdo others in well.
Temple. See Temple.

doing, 2 Cor. 9. 2. For an earneft
Though publick Worship is a part Col. 4. 13. For Envy, A&s 5. 17.

desire to do good to any Person,
of Religion, yet it is not accepta: Ads 7.9. A&s 13. 45. Ads 17,
our Lives, 87, a, 7. Jer. 7. 3, &c. q la these Places the Greek
We must worship God with our Envy, fignifies Zeal.

Word translated Indignation and
Hearts, as well as Lips and Bodies,
87, a, 2, 7: 594, b, 10.824, 2, 2. the Obje& thereof is good, 260,6,2.

Our Zeal cannot be good, unless
General Rules refpecting the Cir-

Some have a Zeal which is not ac-
cumstances of Religious Worship, I
Cor. 14.26, 40.

cording to Knowledge, 564, b, 1.
Of Preparation for publick Wor- Zial in Perfecuting the Church,498,

St. Paul condemns himself for his
ship, 1 Sam. 16. 5. Ecclef. s. 1, 2.

Of Reverence in the House of a, 16. The Nature of true Zeal See
God, Lev. 26 2. Pfal.89.7. Kneeling the Note on the Preface, p. 14. Ex-
a proper Pofture of Worship,496,5,15. amples of a commendablc Zeal, 115,

b, 2. 547, a, 20.
Y.

Of a mistaken, blind, disordered
Yoke.

Zeal, Mat. 10. 21. Mac. 26. 51. Luk.
The Ceremonial Law a roke, 9.54. Joh. 8. 59. Joh. 16:2, A&s
- A&s 19. 10.

7. 57, 66. A&ts 21.27, &c.
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