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A.D.67. 17 But, be'oved, re 17 & 18. But, dear Brethren, you Mmember ye the words ought not to be furprized and dif
which were froken be- heartened to find the Christian Church fore of the Apoitles of pester’d with such a vicious Crew,
our Lord Jesus Chrift: when you consider that Chris and 1 2 Pet, ü.
18 How that they his Apostles plainly | foretold us it 2, 3.
told you there Tould
19 These be they 19. And you see it now come who separate them- to pass, in these Leaders of Faction selves, sensual, ha- and Divisions in the Church, who ving not the Spirit
are destitute of those Gifts and Graces of the Holy Spirit, that true Christians are endowed with.
20 But ye, beloved, 20 & 21. Instead, therefore, of bebuilding up your felves ing discouraged, be careful to strive on your most holy against them, by constant Improvefaith, praying in the ment in all the Duties of your ProHoly Ghoit,
21 Keep yourselves feffion, by the Exercise of devout in the love of God, Christian Prayer, wherein you are looking for the mer
aflisted by the Inspirations of the cy of our Lord Jefus Holy Ghost; and fupport your selves Chrift unto eternal life. under all present Calamities, by the
joyful and sure Prospect you have of Eternal Life and Happiness through Jesus Chrift. 22 And of some
22 & 23. Show your utmost * Ahave compassion, ma- version then, against the Practicers king a difference :
of such Wickedness, by condemn23 And others fave with fear, pulling them ing them, and renouncing all Conout of the fire : ** ha- versation with them. Only be careting even the garment ful to make a prudent Difference in spotted by the flesh. your Behaviour, in Proportion to
the Guilt of Mens Miscarriages. Such as deceive others through perfect Malice and Design, are utterly to be avoided : But such as are led away through Ignorance and Simplicity, are to be treated with Pity, Ten
* Hating even the Garment : An Allusion to the Strictness of the Jewijh Law against Touching unclean things.
derness and good Humour, in hopes to be recovered from 1. D.67.
24 Now anto him 24 & 25. Now to the infinitely
25 To the only wise under all Difficulties and TemptaGod our Saviour, be tions, and, by Innocency of Life, glory and majesty, do- to render you worthy the Enjoyminion and power,
ment of his glorious and blessed Prenow and ever. Amen. sence : To Him be ascribed all Glory and Majesty, Dominion and Power, both now and ever. Amen.
General and Compleat Ι Ν D E X
To all the Principal MATTERS, WORDS
Excepting the REVELATIONS.
B BA, Father, Gal. iv. 6.
Abel, his Sacrifice and Blood, Heb. xi. 4. xii. 24.
Abraham, his Faith, how Juftified, Rom. iv. 1,.17, 18, EC. Gal. iji. James ii. 21, 22, 23.
-The Pron:ise made to him, Heb. vi. 13. Gal. iii. 8. 16, 17, Adan, his Sin, Comparison and Analogy between our Sinning in
him, and being Saved by GHRIST the second Adam, Rom. v.
12, 13 to 20. 1 Cor. xv. 21, 22. xlv. 49. Acts of the Apostles, Use of that History, Pref. to Acts.
Where the Acts properly begin, Acts i. 15. Accountod, imputed for Righteousness, Rom. iv. 3, 6, 22, 24. Accurled : See Anathema.
Adria, what ? Acts xxvij. 27.
47 - Added nothing to me, Gal. ii. 6. Admonition must be given with Discretion, and come from a pro
per Person, Matth. vii. 3, 4, 5, 6. Adultery, the heinous Sin of it. See Fornication and Divorce. Alictions, the good Improvement and Advantage of them, Luke xiii.
1, 2, &c. Heb. xii. 5, &c. Age, Ages to come, Ephef. ii. 7. Again, ráno, the sense of it, Gal. iv. 9. Note there. Agabus, Axts xi. 28. xxi. 10, 11. Agrippa, Aits xxv. 12. xxvi. 1, &c. Air, meet the Lord, i Theff. iv. 17. Prince of the Air, Eph. ii. 2 Akeldema, Aets i. 19. Alexander of Ephesus, Acts xix. 33. Altar, Partakers of the Altar, i Cor. x. 18.
-We have an altar, Heb. xiii. 10. All, above all, through all, and in you all, Eph. iv. 6. God over
all, Rom. ix. 5: All things, to all Men, 1 Cor. ix. 22. I can do all things, Phil. iv.
13. All, wéites sávra, in a refirained Sense, Acts i. 1 John ii. 19a Allegory, Gal. iv. 24. Ambition reproved, Mark ix. 34, &C. X. 39, 46. Luke xxi.
24. See Humility. Ambaffador, Eph. vi. 20. Amen, i, e. true, certain, 2 Cor. i. 22. Anathema, and Maranatha, i Cor. xvi. 22. Gal. i. 8,
Rom. ix. 3. Ananias, several of that Name, Acts v. 1. ix. ļo. xxiii. 2. Æneas, heal'd, Acts ix. 33, 34. 'Arixote, Gal. v. 7. 'Arýcovra, Rom. i. 17. Ephef. v. 4. Anger, immoderate, condemned, Matth. v. 22. Ephef. iv. 26.
Colof. iii. 8. Angels, Appearance and Ministry of Angels, Acts v. 19. viii. 26.
7 Good Angels minister to us, Heb. i. 14. Matth. xviii. 10. -Desire to look into the Gospel, 1 Pet. i. 12. Evil Angels, their Fall and Punishment, 2 Pet. ii. 4. Jude vi. - A Spirit or an Angel, Acts xxiii. 9. -It is his Angel, Acts xii. 15.
-Things invisibly wrought afcribed to Angels, John v. 4. Acts xii. 23. the Note there.
Because of the Angels, 1 Cor. xi. 10.
Angels, lower than the Angels, Heb. ii. 7, 8, 9.
Took not on him the Nature of Angels, Heb. ii. 16.
Seen of Angels, 1 Tim. iii. 16. Christ above Angels, Heb. i.
The rinointing. See Unction.
-The Anointed, Heb i. 9.
10, 26. 1 Pet. i1. 20, 21. 1 John v. 16, 21,
13. 1 Pet. i. 7.
- Apostleship of the Gentiles, Rom. xi. 13.
Grace and Apofileship, Rom. i. §.
xii, xiii. Gal. i. 1, 9, &c. Chap. ii. v. i to 13. vi. 13, 17,
Athenians, their Character, ib. 21.
-The Stress that is laid upon it, for our Pardon and fu-
Erh. i. 20.
fembling our felves together, Heb. x. 25.
Äljembly of the First-born, Heb. xii. 23.