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Person, Respect of Persons condemned, James ii. 1, &c.
Perswade Men, 2 Cor. v. 11.
Peter, his Call to the Apostleship, John i. 41, 42.

His Confidence, Fall, and Repentance, Matth. xxvi. 336 343
51, 52, 69, 75.

His Preaching and Ministry, Acts i. 15. and Chapters i.
2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10.

How the Church was built upon him, Matth. xvi. 17, 18, 19.
John i. 42.

- Is reproved by Paul, Gal. viii. 11, &c.
Pharisees, the Seat, Acts xxiii. 8. xxvi. 5.

Matth. xv. 6.
Luke xvi. 14. and elsewhere.
Philip, Account of him, Acts vi. 5. viii. 5. xxi. 8, 9.
Philosophy, vain Philosophy, Col. ii. 8.
Philosophers dispute with Paul, Afts xvii. 18.
Physician, beloved, Col. iv. 14.

W’hule need no Physician, Matth. ix. 12.
Piilar. See "ruth.
Place, to his own Place, Acts i. 25.
Plant, planted, Rom. vi. 5. 1 Cor. iij. 6, 7, 8.
Play, rose up to play, 1 Cor. x. 7.
Point, offend in one Point, James ii. 10.
Polygamy. See Divorce.
Poffellion, the purchas’d Polesion, Ephes. i. 14.
Porch, Solomon's, Acts iii. 11.
Potter, Power over the Clay, Rom. ix. 21. ,
Power, the Sense of it, Ačts i. 8. Luke xxi. 27. John i. 12.
i Cor. ii. 4. 2 T'im. iii. 5.

Gospel is the Power of God, Rom. i. 16.
Powers, Civil Powers See Magiftrates.

Powers, Principalities, &c. Ephes. i. 21. iii. 10. vi. 12.
Col. i. 16. ii. 10. 1 Pet. iii. 12.
Prayer, in general, how it ought to be performed.

-Secretly, Matth. vi. 5, 6, 7.
Fervently, Matth. vii. 7, 8, &c.

Effećtual fervent Prayer, what? James v. 15.
The Prayer of Faith, what? James v. 15.

Prayer with the Spirit, what? 1 Cor. xiv. 15. James v.
15, 20. Jude 20.

In an unknown Tongue forbidden, i Cor. xiv, 15.
Prayer for each other, Acts xii. 15. 2 Cor. i. 11.
2 Thess. iii. I. Heb. xiii. 18.

For all Men, 1 Tim. ii. 1. Every where, 1 Tim. ii. 8.
-Some Men not to be prayed for, 1 John v. 16.

Christian Prayers are certain of Success, Matth. vii. 7,8.&c.
Luke xi. 6, 7, &c. James v. 15, 20. i John v. 16. iii, 21,
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Prayer, the Lord's Prayer, Matth. vi. 9, &c. Luke xi. 1, 2, Egca
Priesthood of Christ, the Divinity of it, Heb. iii, 1, &c. iv. 14,

15. and Chapters V, vii, viii & ix.
Predestinate, Predestination, signifies God's Purpose to call the
Gentiles into the Christian Church, Rom. viii. 29, 30. Eph. i.

See Chosen.
Presbyter, i, e. Elder. See Elder.
Presbytery, 1 Tim. iv. 14. See Elder.
Presence, St. Paul's Presence weak, 1 Cor. x. 10.
Pricks against the Pricks, Acts ix. 5:
Price, bought with a Price, i Cor. vii. 25.
Prison, Spirits in Prison, i Pet. iii, 19, 20.
Profession, a good Profession; 1 Tim vi. 12, 13.
Promise to Abraham, Gal. iii. 14.

Of the Spirit, ibid.
Children of the Promise; Gal. iv. 24.

-Receive the Promise, Heb. x. 36. xi. 33, 39.
Prophet, Prophecy ; how to be try'd and known; Matth. vii.

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16, &C. 1 John iv. 1, &c. 1 Cor. xii. 3.
Prophet and Prophecy, in a large Sense, Acts ii. 18. 1 Pet. i. 10.
Acts iii. 24. X. 43. and elsewhere.

In a particular Sense, signify either,
1. To foretel future Events, Acts xi. 27, 28. xiii. 1. XV. 32.

xxi. 9. See 1 Cor. xi, xii and xiv Chapters.
-Or explaining foregoing Events, Matth. xxvi. 68. Mark xiv.

65. Luke xxii. 64.
2. Teaching or Explaining the Ancient Scriptures, Rom. xii. 6.

See 1 Cor. xi, xii and 14 Chapters.
In a Language understood, i Cor. xiv. 1, 3, 4.
3. Prayer, or finging Divine Hymns by Prophetick Inspiration,

i Cor. xi. 3, 5, 13. Luke ii 32.
Prophecies prove the Truth of Christianity; 2 Pet. i. 19, 20, 21.
Propitiation, 1 John ii. 1, 2. iii. 16. iv. 10. See Blood.
Proportion of Faith, what? Rom. xii. 6.
Prove, the Sense of it, i Theff. v. 21. Rom. xii. 2. 2 Cor. xiii. 5.

Gal. vi. 4. Heb. iii. 9. 1 Tim. iii. 10. Eph. V. 10.
Providence, Proofs and Instances of it, Matth. X. 29, 30, 31.
Acts xiv. 17. xvii. 27, 28.

Ought to be relied on for all things necessary, Matth. vi. 257
26, &c. James iv. 13. i Pet, v. 7. Phil iv. 6. 1 Cor. vii. 32.

Ought not to be tempted by running ourselves upon needless
Dangers, Matth. iv. 6, 7. Eph. v. 17. Col. iv. 5.
Punishment, future, will be proportioned to Mens Sins, Luke xii.
47, 48, Matth. xvi. 27. 2 Tim. iv. 14.

Will be Eternal, Mark ix. 44, 46, 48. Matth. xviii. 8.
xxv, 41, 46. 2 Theff, i. 9. Jude 7.
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Publius, Aets xxviii. 7,8.
Purge, purged, Heb. ix. 14, 22, 23. X. 2. ix. 14. 2 Pet. i. g.
Pure, Tit. i. 15. ii. 14. i Tim. v. 22.
Parity, its Duty and Bleffing, Matth. v. 8.
Purifying, John iii. 25, 6.

- Another Sense of it, Acts xv. 9.
Purification of Mary, Luke ii.

Purification, Acts xxi. 26.
Purpose, eternal Purpose, Eph. iii. it.
Put on Christ, Rom. xiii. 14.

Q.
QUENCH not the Spirit, i Thefl. v. 19.
Questions, Jewish, foolijo Questions, 1 Tim. vi. 4. i. 6. 2 Tim.
ii. 23. Tit. iii. 9.

Proposed by the Corinthians to St. Paul, and answered by
him. See 1 Corinth, Chap. vii to xvi.
Quiet, study to be quiet, 1 Theff. iv. 11. 2 Theff. ii. 12.
Quiet Spirit, 1 Pet. iii. 4.

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RAH AB, the Harlot, Heb. xi. 31. James ii. 25.
Raised, for this cause have I raised thee up, Rom. ix. 17. Sec

Resurrection.
Ransom for all, 1 Tim. ii. 6.
Received, the Sense of it, A&ts xv. 4.

Receive ye one another, Rom. xv. 7.
Redemption, Day of Redemption, Eph. iv. 30.

Of our Body, Rom. viii. 23.

of the purchased Pofession, Eph. i. 14.
Redemption that is in Jesus. See Blood.
Refreshing, Times of refreshing, Acts iii. 19.
Regeneration. See Bom again.
Rejoice in the Lord, Phil. iii. 2. iv. 4. 1 Theff. v. 16.
Rejoicing, the sense of it, James iv. i6.
Religion, the main Defign, the Sum and Substance of it, James ía
22, 27. Rom. xiv. 17. See Moral Obedience.

The infinite Importance and Advantage of it, Matth vi. 33.
ix. 43, 44, &c.
Remember, the Sense of it, Heb. xii. 17.
Remnant, Rom. xi. 5, 13. ix. 27.
Repentance the Condition of the Gospel, Matth. ii. 8. iv. 172
Acts ii. 38. iii. 19, 26. See Moral Obedience.

Encouragements to Repentance, Matth. xviii. 12, 13, 14.
Luke viii. 47. 2 Pet. iii. 9. 2 Cor. vii. 9, 10.
Repentance, late Repentance, the Danger of it, Matth. xx, 6, 7.

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59. xiii. 24, 25, &c. xxi. 34, 36.
Report, a good Report, Heb. xi. 2, 39.

of good Report, Phil, iv, 8.
Reproach, concerning Reproach, 2 Cor. xi. 21.

Of Chrift, Heb. xi. 26.

Bearing his Reproach, Heb. xiii. 13.. See Suffering.
Reprobate, the Sense of it, 2 Cor. xiii. 5, 6. Tit. i. 16. Rom. i.

25. 2 Tim. iii. 8.
Reproof, a Duty, and how to be managed, Matth. vii. 3, 4, &C.

xviii. &c. 2 Tim. iv. 2. 1 Tim. v. 1. Tit. i. 13. ii. 15.
Reft, the Sense of it, 2 Theff. i. 7.

-Rest of God, what? Heb. iii. 11, 18. iv. 1, &c.
Restitution of all Things, Acts iii, 21.
Reftitution for Injuries, Luke xix. 8.
Resurrection of the Dead, taken for the future State in general,

Matth, xxii. 30, 33. Mark xii. 25, 26, &c. Luke xx. 37,

Acts iv. 2. xvii. 18. xxiii. 6. 1 Cor. xv. 13. and elswhere.
Resurrection of Christ proved, Acts i. 3, &c. 1 Cor. xv. 3, 9.

Why not shewn to all the Jews, Acts x. 41.

Infifted on as the main Article of Christianity, Acts i. 22.
į. 32, 36. iii. 15. iv. 33. v. 30. x. 40. xiii. 30, 31. xvii.
31. xxiii. 8, 6. xxiv. 15. Rom. i. 4. 1 Cor. xv. 12, &c.
2 Tim. ii. 8. 1 Pet. i. 3. and elsewhere. See Ascension.

It assures us of our Resurreftion, Rom. iv. 25. Eph. ii.
2 Thest. iv. 14. Col. ij. 12. iii. 1.

1 Pet. i, 3.
Resurrection of our Bodies proved, and the Objections against it.
answerd, i Cor. xv. 20, 21, &c.

The Time and Circumstances of it, 1 Cor. xv. 23, 35,
&c. 1 Theff. iv. 16, 17.

Some taught the Resurrection was paß?, 2 Tim. ii, 18.
Reward, future Reward will be proportionate to Mens Virtues,
Matth. xvi. 27. X. 41. Luke xix: 152, 19. Matth. xiii

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i Cor. iii. 8. i Cor. ix. 17, 18. and elsewhere. See Punishment.
Revenge forbidden, Matth. v. 38, 39, &c. Luke vi. 27, ix. 54,

55, &c. i Theff. v. 15. i Pet. iii. 9. Rom. xii, 19. and else-

where.
Revelation, the Sense of it, Gal. ii. 2. Cor. xiv. 6, 26.
Eph. i. 17.

God will reveal even this, Phil. iii. 15.

Revealed from Heaven, 2 Theff. i. 7.

Revelation of Jesus Christ, 2 Pet. i. 13.
Riches, the Danger of them, Matth. xix. 23, 24. Mark x. 23.
Luke xviii. 24. Tim. vi. 9, 10. James y. I.

The Uncertainty of them, James į. 11.
-The true Use of them, 2 Tim. vi, 17, 18, 19. Luke xii. 33.

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Riches, Riches of the World, of the Gentiles, Rom. xi. 12.
Righteousness of God, of Man, bath variety of Acceptations,
1. Righteousness of God, signifies the same with Justification,

or the Method of Pardon and Salvation under the Gospel,
Rom. i

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iii. 21, 22, 26. ix. 30, 31. X. 4, 5, 6.
2 Cor v. 21. Gal ii. 21. iii. 6, 21. Phil. iii. 9. James i.

20. ii. 23. iii. 18. 1 Cor. i. 38. and elsewhere.
2. His Divine Justice in Rewards and Punishments, Acts xvii.

31. 1 Pet. ii. 23. and elsewhere.
Righteousness of Men signifies,
1. Moral Obedience. 2 Cor vi. 7. Matth. V. 20.

1 Pet. ii. 24.
1 John il. 29. iii. 7. Acts x. 35. Rom. vi. 13, 18,

Eph. iv. 24. 1 Tim. vi. 1. and elsewhere.
2. Liberaliry, 2 Cor. ix. 9, 10.

And Mercy, Matth i. 19. Aets x. 22.

Righteous Man taken for a Chriftian, 1 Tim. i. 9.
3. Juftice, Acts xxiv. 25. Tit. ii. 12.
Risen wih Christ, Col. iii. 1. ii, 12. Rom. vi. 1, 12.
Robbery, the Sense of it, Phil. ii. 6.
Rock See Stone. See Peter.
Room, upper Room, Aēts i. 13.
Root of Bitterness, Heb. xii, 15.
Root and Branches, i. e. Jews and Gentiles, Ram. Chap. xi,

xvi, xvii, xviii, &c.
Rulers of the Darkness of this World, Eph. vi. 12.

Spiritual Rules, Duty to them, Heb. xii, 17,
Run in a Race, i Cor. ix. 24, 26.

- Him that willeth and runneth, Rom. ix, 16.

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SABBATH, the Sense of it, Col. ii. 16.

Sabbath-Day's Journey, Acts i, 12.

-The next Sabbath, Acts xiii. 42.
Sabbaoth, Lord of Sabbaoth, James v. 4.
Sacrament of the Lord's-Supper, 1 Cor. xi. 20, &c.
Sadducees, their Opinions, Matth. xxii. 23. to the 338. A&ts iv.

2. xxiii. 8.
Saints finĉtified, i.e. Christians, Acts v. 13. ix. 33. xx. 32.
Rom i. 7.
XV. 2. xvi. 15. i Cor. i. vii.

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Eph. i. 5. Phil. i. 1. Col. i. 4. and elsewhere.
Saints shall judge the World, 1 Cor. vi. 2.

Perfečting of the Saints, Eph. iv. 12.

Saints in Light, Col. i. 12.
Sanctification, sanctified, fignifies,
1. Chastity, Purity, 1 Theff. iv. 3, 4. Eph. v. 26.

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