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Publick worship not to be neglected, But it is pardoned and mortified con. xxi. 6.

through Christ, ib. The use of Punishment. See Sin.

the moral law to them, con. xix. 6. Purgatory, the scripture acknow

cat. 97. GB ledgeth no such place, con. Xxxii. 2. Repentance, what, con. xv. 2. cat, 75. 2

Although it be no satisfaction for

sin, nor cause of pardon, yet no QUARRELLING at God's decrees and pardon without it, con. xv. 3. providences sinful, cat. 113.


159. Norcondemnation El no Quarrelling and provoking words where it is, con. xv. 4, 6. It is sinful, cat. 136.

every man's duty to endeavour to Questions that are curious or unpro repent particularly of his partifitable are to be avoided, cat. 113. cular sins, con. XV. 5. The doce R

trine of repentance to be preached

by every minister, as well as that READING the scriptures a part of of faith in Christ, con. xv. 1. Re

religious worship, con. xxi. 5. pentance to be declared to those
How made effectual to salvation, that are offended, who are there-
cat. 155. It is the duty of all to upon to be reconciled, con. XV. 6.
Fead them apart by themselves, Reprobation, con. iii. 7. cat. 13.
and with their families, con. i. 8. Resurrection of Christ, con. viii. 4.
cat. 156. How the word of God cat. 52. The effect of his own

is to be read, con. xxi. 5. cat. 157. power, cat, 52. It is a proof of elit, sed Rebellion, a sin, cat. 128.

his being the Son of God, and Reconciliation with God purchased of his satisfaction to divine jus.

by Christ's sacrifice of himself, tice, &c. ib. It is an assurance to oon. viii. 5. cat. 44.

believers of their resurrection, ib. y Recreations to be moderately used, They have fellowship with him in cat. 135, 136.

But not on the his resurrection, con. xxvi. 1. He Lord's day, con. xxi. 8. cat. 119. rose again for their justification, Redemption, how purchased by con. xi. 4. cat. 52. And through

Christ, con. viii. 5. cat. 38, 39, 40. the virtue of his death and resur. For all the elect, and them only, rection they are sanctified, con. eon, iii. 6. To whom it is certain xiii. 1. cat. 75. They draw ly applied, con. viii. 8. cat. 59. strength from his death and reAlthough it was not actually surrection for the mortifying of wrought by Christ till after his sin, and quickening of grace, cat. incarnation; yet the virtue, effi

52, 167. cacy, and benefits of it were com The resurrection of the dead, of the municated to the elect in all ages just and unjust, con. xxxii. 2, 3. successively from the beginning of cat. 87. the world, con. viii. 6. How it is Revelation. The divers ways of applied to them, con. viii. 8. cat. God's revealing his will, con. i. !. 58, 59.

Righteousness. Man was created Regeneration. See Effectual Calling. righteous after the image of God, The Regenerate are all freely jus con. iv. 2. cat. 17. But by sin he tified, con. xi. 1. See Justification.

fell from that original righteousAnd sanctified, con.' xiii. i. See ness,

con. vi. 2. cat. 25. And Sanctification. The corruption of since the fall no man can attain to nature remains in them, and all righteousness by the moral law, the motions of įt are sin, cart. vi. 5. cat. 94. Nor by having rightequs


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Jesus Christ, con. xiv. Which is necessarily them for their justi salvation, con. vii. 3 32, 71. The Spirit

repentance, and infus

saving graces, con. xi 75, 76, 77. Whic accompany faith, con. The Spirit likewise unto all obedience an of holiness, which i


ness infused into them, can. xi. 1. There are only two sacraments cat. 70. But those whom God instituted by Christ, co2. xxvii. 4. effectually calleth, he accepteth cat. 364. Which are only to be and accounteth as righteous, by dispensed by ministers of the word imputing the obedience and satis lawfully ordained, con. xxvii. 4. faction of Christ to them, they re How they are made effectual to ceiving and resting on him and salvation, con. xxvü. 3. cat. 161. his righteousness by faith, ib. The sacraments of the Old TestaSee Faith, Inputation, Justification.

ment were the same for substance Why the righteous are not de with those of the New, cor. livered from death, cat. 85. Their xxvii. 5. Wherein the sacraments state immediately after death, con. of baptism and of the Lord's sup. xxxii. 1. cat. 86. At the resur

per agree, cat. 176. Wherein
rection and day of judgment, con. they differ, cat. 177.
xxxii. 3. xxxiii. 2. cat. 87, 90.

Sacrifice. The covenant of grace

was administered under the lay
by sacrifices, con. vii. 5. viii

. 6. SABBATH. By the law of nature, a

cat. 34. Which signified Christ due proportion of time ought to

to come, ib. Who hath fully be set apart for the worship of satisfied the justice of his Father

, God, con. xxi. 7. God hath in his

in his once offering himself a word, by a positive and perpetual sacrifice without spot to God

, commandment, binding all men in

con. viii. 5. cat. 44. There is no all ages, appointed one day in real sacrifice made for sin in the seven for a sabbath, to be kept

Lord's supper, con. xxix. 2. That holy to himself, con. xxi. 7. cat.

sacrament being instituted for the 20, 116. Which was the last day

perpetual remembrance of Christ's of the week from the beginning of

one only sacrifice in his death, con. the world to the resurrection of

xxix. 1. cat. 168. To which the Christ, and the first day ever

mass is most abominably injurious, since, and so to continue to the

con. xxix. 2. end of the world, con. xxi. 7.

Saints. See Believers, Communion. cat. 116. How the sabbath is to They are not to be worshipped, be sanctified, con, xxi. 8. cat. 117. con. xxi. 2. cat. 105. How it is profaned, cat. 119. Salvation, not to be attained by men Why we are commanded to re

who do not profess the Christian member it, cat. 121. The Lord's religion, be they never so diligent day is a memorial of our creation to live up to the light of nature, and redemption, which contains a or the law of that religion short abridgment of religion, ib. which they profess, con. X. 4. What are the reasons annexed to the fourth commandment, the

cat. 60. There being no salva.

tion but in Christ alone, ib. Who to enforce it, cat. 120.

hath purchased it by his perfect Why the charge of keeping the sabbath is directed to governors

obedience and sacrifice of himself, of families, and other superiors,

con. viii. 5. cat. 83. For all the

elect, and them only, con. ii. 6. cat. 118.

To whom the outward means are A Sacrament. The institution, naa

made effectual for their salvation ture, and ends of it, con. xxvii. 1. cat. 162. The parts of a sacra

by the Spirit, con. vii. 5, 6. XXV. S. ment, con. xxvii. 2.

cat. 154, 155, 161, 182. Who cat. 163.

worketh in their hearts faith in

God hath appointed vation, con, xiii. 1. infants dying in ii generated and say through the Spirit Sanctification, what

cat. 75. Insepara justification, they differ, ib. I in the whole m eat. 75. But in perfect in any, co Whence this in ceeds, Through the co strength from th rit of Christ, th grace, perfectin

con. X11

fear of God, con.

they are made con. xxxii. 1. c.

day of judgm fully and for e

sin, cat. 90. Satisfaction. Re

faction for sin good works,

Neither we no

can make the sin, cat. 194


made a prop

faction to the by his obedie viïi. 5. xi. 5 satisfaction i they recei Christ and

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Jesus Christ, con. xiv. 1. cat. 72.
Which is necessarily required of
them for their justification and
salvation, con. vii. 3. xi. 1. cat.
32, 71. The Spirit also worketh
repentance, and infuseth all other
saving graces, con. xiij. 1. cat. 32,
75, 76, 77. Which necessarily
accompany faith, con. xi. 2. cat. 73.
The Spirit likewise enables them
unto all obedience and the practice
of holiness, which is the way that
God hath appointed them to sal.
vation, con. xiii. 1. cat. 32. Elect
infants dying in infancy are re-
generated and saved by Christ

through the Spirit, &c. con. X. 3.
Sanctification, what, con. xiii. 1.

cat. 75. Inseparably joined with
justification, cat. 77. Wherein
they differ, ib. It is throughout
in the whole man, con. xiii. 2.
cat. 75. But in this life it is not
perfect in any, con. xiii. 2. cat. 77.
Whence this imperfection pro-
ceeds, xiii. 2. eat.
Through the continual supply of
strength from the sanctifying Spi-
rit of Christ, the saints grow in
grace, perfecting holiness in the
fear of God, con. xiii. 3. At death
they are made perfect in holiness,
con. xxxii. l. cat. 86. And at the
day of judgment they shall be
fully and for ever freed from all

sin, cat. 90.-

Repentance is no satis-
faction for sin, con. XV. 3.

good works, and why, con. xvi. 5.
Neither we nor any other creature
can make the least satisfaction for
sin, cat. 194. Christ alone hath
made a proper, real, and full satis-
faction to the justice of his Father
by his obedience and sufferings, con.
xi. 5. cat. 38, 71.

satisfaction is imputed to believers,
they receiving and resting on
Christ and his righteousness by
faith, con. xi. 1. cat. 70.

Scandalous, not to be admitted to

the Lord's table, con. xxix. 8.

cat. 173. Scoffing and scorning sinful, cat.

113, 145.
The Scripture, why necessary; con.

i. 1. What books to be owned
for scripture, con. i. 2, 3. cati 3.
How proved to be the word of
God, con. i. 5. cat. 4. Upon what
authority the scripture ought to
be believed and obeyed, con. i. 4.
The sufficiency and perfection of
the scripture, con. i. 6. cat. 2, 5.
Its perspicuity, con. i. 7. The in-
fallible rule of interpreting scrip-
ture is the scripture itself, con.
i. 9. The scripture is the only
rule of faith and practice, con. i. 2.
cat. 3, 5. and of worship, con.
xxi. 1. cat. 108, 109.

The Spirit
speaking in the scriptures is the
supreme judge of all controversies
in religion, con. i. 10. The
original text of the scriptures is
that to which the church is finally
to appeal, con. i. 8. But they are
to be translated into vulgar
languages, con. i. 8. cat. 156. Be-
cause all sorts of people have an
interest in them, and are com-
manded to read them, ib. How
they are to be read, cat. 1.57.
The illumination of the Spirit of
God is necessary for the saving
understanding of the scriptures,
con. i. 6. cat. 157. How the read-
ing of the word is made effectual
to salvation, cat. 155. Misinter-
preting, misapplying, or any way
perverting the worri, or any part
of it, to profane jests, is sinful,

cat. 113. Sin, what, cat. 24. Original sin,

what, cat. 25. The sin of our first parents, con. vi. l. cat. 21. By it they fell from their original righteousness, and communion with God, and had their natures wholly corrupted, con. vi. 2. cat,




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Supper. See Lord's Suppe Surety. Christ the suret lievers, cat. 71. He was ly furnished to execute con. viii. 3. And God satisfaction from him

surety, cat. 71. Suretiship, that is not a

to be avoided, cat. 141. Suspension from the La

COR. XIX. 4.
Swearing. See Oaths.

swearing by the name
to swear at all by any
is to be abhorred, can.
Synods. See Councils.


cat. 1

when separate from their bodies, Temptation. Why G

23, 27. The guilt of this sin is Against the ninth, cał. :45.
imputed, and the corruption of Against the tenth, cat. 148.
nature conveyed to all their Sincerity. Believers love Christ in
posterity, con. vi. 3. cat. 22, 26. sincerity, con. xvïi. 1. They are
Who are thereby bound over to never utterly destitute of sincerity
the wrath of God and curse of the

of heart, con. xviii. 4. Ministers
law, con. vi. 6. cat. 27, 194. ought to preach sincerely, cat. 159.
From the original corruption of We are to pray with sincerity,
nature all actual sins proceed, con.

cat. 185. God is pleased to ac.
vi. 4. cat. 25. Which are not all

cept and reward the good works
equally heinous, cat. 150. The of believers which are sincere, com
aggravations of sin, cat. 151. The xvi. 6.
demerit of every sin, con. vi. 6. Singing of psalms a part of religious
cat. 152. Punishments of sin in worship, con. xxi. 5.
this world, con. V, 5, 6. xvii. 3. Slandering sinful, cat. 145.

. 4. cat. 28, 89. in the world Songs that are lascivious forbidden,
to come, con. xxxii. 1. xxxii. 2. cat. 139.
eat. 29, 86, 89. Sin is pardoned The Soul of man is immortal

, con.
for Christ's sake alone, con. xi. 1.

iv. 2. cat. 17. The state of souls
IV. 8. cat. 70. See Justification,
Satisfaction. Every man bound to con. Xxxii. 1. cat. 86.
pray for pardon of sin, con. XV. 6. Sovereignty. God hath most sou
God continues to pardon the sins

vereign dominion over his crea. 1 of those that are justified, con.

tures, to do by them, for them, or xi. 5. How pardon of sin is to be

upon them, whatsoever he pleas

. prayed for, cat. 194. The sin un. eth, con. ii. 2. The light of na: to death, con. xxi. 4. cat. 183.

ture sheweth that God hath lord.
Believers have the dominion of ship and sovereignty over all, com.
the whole body of sin destroyed, xxi. 1. Eternal sovereignty to
and the lusts thereof more and

be ascribed to God alone, cat. 196.
more weakened and mortified, We are to pray with due appre-
con. vi. 5. xiii. 1. cat. 75. See hensions of his sovereign power,
Mortification, Sanctification. How cat. 185, 189.
providence is exercised about sin, Spirit. See Holy Ghost.
con. v. 4. Why God permitted Stage-plays forbidden, cat. 199.
the sin of our first parents, con.

Stews not to be tolerated, cat. 199.
vi. 1. Why he leaves his children Supererogation impossible

, con. Iris 4 to fall into sin, con. v. 5. Why Superiors, why styled fathers and and how sinners are hardened, cor.

mothers, cat. 125. How to be ho v. 6. cat 68.

noured, con. Xxüi. 4. cat. 127. Their Sins against the first command

duty, con. xxiü. 1, 2, 3. cat. 129.
ment, cat. 105. Against the se Their sins, cat. 130. See Magistraty

cond, cat. 109. Against the third, Superstition. God
cat. 113. Against the fourth, cat. worshipped according to the
119. Sins of inferiors, cat. 128.
Sins of superiors, cat. 130. Sins

imaginations and devices of men,
of equals, cat. 132.

con. xxi. 1. Religious worship not the sixth commandment, cat. 136.

instituted by God himself, is not Against the seventh, cat. 139.

to be used or approved, cat. 109.
Against the eighth, cat. 142.

All superstitious devices, 65c. sino
ful, cat, 109, 113.


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cat, 195. Testament: The bo

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be tolerated, Tradition, no


Supper. See Lord's Supper.

ship of God, cat. 109. No tra Surety. Christ the surety for be ditions of men to be added to the

lievers, cat. 71. He was thorough scripture, con. i. 6. ly furnished to execute that office, Transubstantiation is repugnant not con. viii. 3. And God accepteth only to scripture, but to common satisfaction from him as their sense and reason,

con. xxix. 6. surety, cat. 71.

And is the cause of manifold Suretiship, that is not necessary,

is superstitions, yea,


idolato be avoided, cat. 141.

tries, ita Suspension from the Lord's table, The Tree of life was a pledge of con. XXX. 4.

the covenant of works, cat. 20. Swearing. See Oaths. Vain or rash The Trinity. See God, Persons.

swearing by the name of God, or Truth between man and man, how to swear at all by any other thing, preserved and promoted, cat. 144.

is to be abhorred, con. xxii. 2. What things are contrary to it, Synods. See Councils.

cat. 145. T

U, V TALE-BEARING, cat. 145.

UNION of the elect with Christ, oon. Temptation. Why God leaves his XXV. 1. xxvi. 1. cat. 66. It is inchildren to manifold temptations,

separable, cat. 79. Believers are con. V. 5. The wicked given up

united to one another in love, con. to the temptations of the world,

Xxvi. 1. con. V. 6. Temptations to sin are Union of the two natures in Christ. to be avoided and resisted, cat. See Personal Union. 99.§ 6, 135, 138. How temp- Unregenerate, the use of the moral tation is to be prayed against,

law to them, cat. 96. Their best cat, 195.

works cannot please God, and Testament. The books of the Old why, con. xvi. 7. But their neand New Testament are the word

glect to do what God commands of God, con. i. 2. cat. 3. And is more sinful, ib. the only rule of faith and obe Vocation. See Calling: dience, ib. See Scriptures.

Vow, a part of religious worship, Testament. Why the covenant of con. xxi. 5. What it is, and how

Το grace is called a Testament, con. to be made, con. xxii. 5, 6. vii. 4.

As it was administered be made to God alone, con, XXV. 6. under the law, it is called the Old cat. 108. What vows are unlawTestament, con. vii. 5. And as ful, con. xxii. 7. Violating of law. administered under the gospel, it

ful vows, and fulfilling of unlawis called the New Testament, con.

ful, is sinful, cat. 113. vii. 6.

Usury unlawful, cat. 142. Thanksgiving to be joined with

W prayer, con. xxi. 3. cat. 108, 178. It is to be made in the name of WAR may be waged by Christians Christ, con. xxi. 3. Solemn thanks. under the New Testament, con. giving a part of religious worship, xxiii. 2. con. xxi. 5.

The Wicked. Their condition in Toleration. A false religion not to

this life, cat. 83.; immediately be tolerated, cat. 109.

after death, oon. *xxii. l. cat. 86.; Tradition, no pretence for using in and after judgment, con. Xxxii. 2. superstitious devices in the woro cat. 89.

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