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with the inhabitants of Ca121 Threats against the forward. naan forbidden to the Jews.
Page 300141 Making covenants and inter122 The righteous not forward. 1 marriages with transgres123 Stubbornnes, the stift-neck- sors of this commandment
ed in their own ways, and || punished. Page 316 ways of their own sight and 142 Strange gods to be put away. eyes.
143, Transgressors of this com124 The wicked are revolters. mandment among the peo
Page 301 ple of Israel, & the enticers 125 Rebellion against God forbid thereto, to be put to death. den.
Page 302 144 Threatenings against strange 126 Enemies, adversaries of the gods. Lord.
|| 145 Strange gods are vanity. 127 Deliverance from enmity a
Puge 317 gainst God.
|| 146 Enquiring concerning future 128 God's threatenings against events of those who by na
the wicked. Page 3031 ture are no gods forbidden. 129 Threats against the wicked of||
Page 318 evils, as the consequences of wickedness, under the Second Commandment. providential government of 147 Images, the use of them forGod. .
Page 305) bidden. 130 God's threatenings against 148 God's judgments on the sinners.
Page 308 breakers of this command131 Sinners threatened with var-|| ment.
Page 318 ious evils under the provi-149 Images no representation of
dence of God. Page 309 God. 132 Transgressors, threatening's 150 Images were commanded to
against them. Page 31011 be broken. 133 Iniquity forbidden.
151 Images were broken. Pa.320 134 God's threatening against the 152 Instances of images used by
workers thereof. Page 311 apostates as outward symbols 135 Iniquity, the punishment in worship offered to the
thereof threatened under thell true God.
||154 Threats against idols and First Commandment.
1155 Promises, warnings, and ex136 Idolatry, or the worship of hortations against idolatory. strange gol's forbidden.
- Page 321 137 Threatenings against idolaters | 156 God's judgments upon idol. 138 Judgments inflicted upon aters.
Page 322 idolaters. Page 314||157 Magicians. 139 God's judgments upon parti-158 Inchanters.
cular trangressors of this 159 Soothsayers.
|| 160 Observers of times. 140 Covenants and intermarriages 161 Witches.
162 Wizards, worshipping an-! which are equal to an oath
Third Commandment. | 198 Persons unjustly accused of
206 Promises to them that keep
decides controversy. 208 Threatenings against Sab-
2 How love toward mankind is
4 The influence and effects of 31 Despising others. .
love upon the temper and be-32 Strisc forbidden to the godly. haviour of Christians, &c. I
• Page 3:5 5 Charity with other graces en-|33 Fightings, quarrels. joined.
Page 335 34 Divisions forbidden. 6 Approved'examples of charity | 35 Offences forbidden. Page 346 and other graces.
1136 Tireats against offender's. 7 Hatred toward mankind,threat- 37 Doing good to others. Pa. 347
enings against it. Page 336|38 Doing evil. 8 Duty of the righteous toward 39 Doing wrong.
those that hate them. 140 Loing mischief the character 9 Prayers and complaints to God of the wicked. Puge 348
against the hatred of the wick-41 Of being harmless.
1142 Blameless. -
Page 34.9 against those that hate them. 44 Unmerciful, threats.
Page 337| 45 Compassion and pily. Pa. 5:0 11 Envy forbidden to the righte-46 Cruelty of the wicker.
147 Forgiveness. Puge 351 12. The wicked, their enry hurtful, 48 Revenge. to themselves.
49 Duty of giving and receiving 13 Envy a mark of an unconvert-1 good counsel.. Page 352 ed state.
Page 338 50 Rejecting evil counsel, the 14 Malice forbidden to the rightoll duty and safety thereof. eous.
151 The mutual obligation of gir15 Malice in the wicked.
ing and receiving instruction. 16 Anger forbidden. Puge 339
Page 553 17 Instances of the anger of the 52 Of refusing instruction.
righteous against sin. 53 To erily one another. 18 Sio fulanger, instances thereof. 54 To warn one another. 19 Wrath.
|| 56 To acimonish one another. 20. Contention.
Page 340157 To rebuke one another, and to 21 Promises and prayers against hearken 10 rebuke. Page 354 contention.
58 Of not giving and receiving 22 The rightcous contend only relvuke. against sin.
159 To reprove one another. 23 Peace commanded with pro-60 Not hearkening to reproof. mises to it. Page 341
Page 355 25 Peace prayed for as a desirable 61 Gentleness.
gift of God. Page 312 62 To show kindness commanded 26 Peace the gift of God, promis-,63 To give comfort.
es and instances thereof. 64 Friendship and faithfulness 27 Peace with God is the blessed! therein.
l'age 356 reward of the righteous män. 65 Cufaithfulness in friendship.-28 Peace promised to the churchil Bearing with one another's of God.
Page 343 weaknesses, &c. Page 357 29 Unity.
166 Forbearing to judge one ano50 Ilonouring one another. | ther on account of differences. Page 344!
67 Setting good example. 25 Patience toward God. Pa. 370 68 Enticing oihers, and being en-| 26 Patience toward men. | ticied to sin.
Page 371 69 Of gratiturle.
27 Contentment. 70 Ingratitude. Page 359 28 Discontent, murmuring.
29 Grudging. CHAP. XVII. Duties towards 30 Meekness. Page 372 ourselvia.
31 Meekness how produced. Sect.
32 Meekness, examples thereof. | Temperance in meat and 33 Promises to the meek. drink.
34 Humility toward God. 2 Os intemperance in meat and
Page 373 drink.
Page 360|| 35 Humility towards men. 3 Drunkenness, the evils there 36 Promises to the humble. os. Pare 361
Puge 374 4 Of making others drunk. 37 Promises to humbled sinners, 5 Sleep.
38 Examples of humility. 6 Labour commanded, and pro- 3. The elect are humble.
mises to the laborious, the 40 Humbled saints, their exdiligent and industrious. | pressions. Pege 375
Page 362|| 41 Pride against God. 7 of the slurgard, the slothful.ll 42 Pride against men. and idle.
Page 363|| 43 Spiritual pride, seeming S The study and pursuit of wis - righteous. dom recommended.
44 Proud of wisdom and know9 The excellency of wisdom a-l ledge.
Page 377 bove all other endowments. || 45 The proud seek honour from
- Page 364 men. 10 Wisdom is profitable, plea-l 46 Threats and prayers against sant and honourable.
the proud. Page 378 11 Wisdom is the gift of God. || 47 Arrogancy,
Page 365 48 Loftiness. 12 Wisdom prayed for.
49 Haughtiness. 13 Wisdom and religion the 50 Exalting one's self. Pa. 379 same.
Page 366 51 Lifting up one's self. 14 A fool's vain pretences to 52 Magnifying one's self. to wisdom.
53 Glorying. .15 A fool recieveth not instruc-| 54 Boasting.
Page 330 tion. - Page 367 55 Scorning. 16 A fool discovereth his folly.! 56 Threats against kings and 17 A fool's conduct towards his nations of the foregoing parents.
characters of pricle, &c. 19 A fool mischievous.
57 Of marriage. Puge 331 19 ----He is wrathful.
58 Divorce. 20' Contentious.
59 Divorce was (lisapprorell, 21 A fool's words. Page 365| 6o Divorce is expresly for Sidden 22 A fuol's picasure3.
in the New Testame'tt. 2. Tretincat for fool. l 61 Marriage with unbelievers. 3. Tolly and wickedness t. 62 Jowa forvidden to party with San2.
Par;30) tiic heitlici), l'age 58?
71 Instances of parents careful servants. Page 391
to instruct their children. 96 Duties of servants. Page 392
families. Page 385| 98 Qualifications of the civil
natural affection of parents109 Particular instances of God's
providence exalting or abas-