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Fleh, Flego and Blood, Eph. vi. 12. i Cor. xv. 50. Heb. ii. 14.
Fore knowledge of God, Acts ii. 23. 1 Pet. i. 2.
Fore-know, fore-known, Rom. xi. 2.
Fore-ordained, i Pet. i. 2. See Ordained.
Form of found Words, 2 Tim. i. 13.

Of Knowledge, Rom. ii. 20.
Of God, Phil. ii. 6.

Of Godliness, 2 Tim. iii. 5. Fornication sometimes taken for Uncleanness in general, i Cór. v. 1, 9. vi. 9, 13, 15, 16, 18. 1 Thesl. iv. 3.

Or for incestuous Marriage, ! Cor. v. 1.

The heinous Sin of it, 1 Cor. Chapters V and vi.
See Uncleanness.
Fool, become a Fool, i Cor iii. 18. iv. 10.

-I speak as a Fool, 2 Cor. xi. 23.
Foolishness of Preaching, 1 Cor. i. 18, 23, 25, 27. ii. 14.

Instructor of the Foolih, Rom. ii. 20.
Forgiveness, enjoined, Mark xi. 25, 26. Luke xvii. 3, 4.
Eph. iv. 32.

Forgiveness of Sins in general. See Justification,

In particular, James v. 15. Foundation of God, 2 Tim. ii. 19.

-A good Foundation, 1 Tim. vi. 19.

Of the Apostles and Prophets, Eph. ii, 20, Free from Righteousness, Rom. vi, 20.

From Sin, ibid.

Free from all Men, I Cor. ix. 19.

As Free, i Pet, ii. 16. Freely, to preach the Gospel freely, 1 Cor. ix. 15, 19. Freedom, Roman Freedom valued and infifted on, Acts xvi. 37 xxii. 25, &c.

Freedom and Slavery, a Metaphor, Rom, vi. 16, 23. Friend of God, James i. 23.

Of the World, James iv. 4.
Fulness of the Gentiles, Rom. xi. 12, 25.

of the Gospel, Rom. xv. 29.
-Of the Godhead, Col. ii. 9.
of him that filleth all in all, Eph. i. 23.
-Of God, Eph. iii. 19.
Of Christ, Eph. iv. 13.
In him should all Fulness dwell, Col. i. 18.
-Fill all things, Eph. iv, 10.

G.

GAIUS, who? 3 John 1.
Gall of Bitterness, A&ts viii. 23.

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Gailio

Gallio, Acts xviji. 14.
Gamaliel, Aals v. 23. xxii. 3.
Garment, sell his Garment, Luke xxii. 36.

Hating even the Garment, Jude 23.
New Cloth to an Old Garment, Matth. ix. 16.

Wedding Garment, Matth. xxii. 11.
Gate, the beautiful Gate, Acts iii. 2.

Strait Gate, Matth. vii. 13. Luke xiii. 34.

Suffered without the Gate, Heb. xiii. 12.
Gathering together, 2 Theff. ii. 1.
Genealogy of Chrill, Matth, i, 2, &c. Luke iii. 23, &c.

-Endless Genealogies, 1 Tim. i. 4. Tit. iii. 9.
Generation, a chosen Generation, 1 Pet. ii. 9.

-Wife in their Generation, Luke xvi. 3.
Who Mall declare his Generation ? Acts viii. 33.

-Served his own Generation, Acts xiii. 36.
General Epiftles, why called General ? Preface to James, $ 5.

and to 3 John $ 3. Gentleness, Jude xxii. 23. See Humility. Gentiles first converted, Acts x. 1, &c.

Their notorious Vices, Rom. i, 1, &c. 1 Pet. iv. 2, 3.

Were designed the Gospel-Privileges as well as the Jews, Rom. 1. 17. and Chapters ii, iii, iv and v.

1 Cor. xii. 13 Gal. ii, 2, 8. iii. 14. Eph. iii. 1, 6, 8. Col. i. 27. 1 Tim. ii.

7. 2 Tim. i. 11. iv. 17. Ghost, Holy Ghost promised, Acts i. 5. Matth. iii, 11. John xiv.

and elsewhere.
-The Descent of the Holy Ghoft, Aets ii. 1, &C.
Baptized with the Holy Ghost, Acts i. 3.

Holy Ghost was conferred by the Apostles, Acts ii. 38. viii. 15, 17.

Given sometimes before, sometimes after Baptism, Acts x. 44, 47, 48. and vii. 16, 17. -Filled with the Holy Ghost, i. e. with a particular Gift,

-Seemed good to the Holy Ghost and to us, Acts xv. 28.

Joy in the Holy Ghost, i Thess. i. 6. See Spirit. Gift, Gifts fignify. 1. The Grace and free Mercy of the Gospel-Salvation, Rom, v.

15, 16, 17, 18. 2. Spiritual and Extraordinary Gifts, 1 Cor. xii. 4, &c. at.

tending the Apostolical Office, 1 Pet. iv. 10, 11. and elsewhere. 3. Gifts fignifies Charity, 2 Cor. ix. 15. Phil, iv, 17. and

elsewhere.
Neglect not the Gift, 1 Tim. iv, 14. 2 Tim. i. 6.
The heavenly Gift, Heb. vi, 4.

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2 Cor. iv, 15.

Gift, gave Gifts unto Men, Eph. iv. 8.

Offer Gifts, Heb. v. 1. viii. 3, 4. ix, 9. xi. 4. Girdle, Paul's Girdle, Acts xxi. 11.

Your Loins girt, Eph. vi. 14. 1 Pet. i. 13. Glory, Glorying.

From Glory to Glory, 2 Cor. iii. 18.

-Glory of Christ, Glory of the Man, 1 Cor. xi. 7.
-Glory of Christ to be revealed, 1 Pet iv. 13. v. 1. Rom. iii.

23. XV. 2.
-The excellent Glory, 2 Pet. i. 17:
Glory of God, John xi. 40. Acts vii. 55.
Is the End of the Gospel, 2 Cor. i. 22.

Phil. ii. 11.
Do all to the Glory of God, 1 Cor. X. 31.
Glorying of St. Paul, 2 Cor. xi & xii Chapters.

Of the false Teachers, ibid. See Boasting.
Glorified, Christ glorified not himself, Heb. v: 5.
God, his Being and Providence proved, Acts xiv. 17. xvii. 27, 28.

-Name of God, its Use in the Hebrew Tongue, 2 Cor. viii. 1.
Note ibid.

-Without God in the World, Eph. ii. 12.
-To the unknown God, Acts xvii. 23.

Houshold of God, Eph. ii. 19.
Life of God, Eph. iv. 18. Encrease of God, Col. ii. 19.

All that is called God, 2 Theff. ii. 4.
Godhead, Rom. i. 20. Col. ii. 9.
Good Things, give good Things, Matth. vii. 7, 12.

-That which is good, 1 Thess. v. 15.
That good Thing, 1 Tim. 14.

-Both Good and Evil, Heb. v. 14.
Good Man, fignifies a merciful Man, Matth. i. 19. Acts xi.

24. Rom. x. 7.
-Doing Good, i.e. Charity, Luke vi. 33. Heb. xiii, 16. See Doing.
Government. See Magistrates.
Gospel, whose Praise is in the Gospel, 2 Cor. viii. 8.

Of the Circumcifion, Gal. ii. 7.
Gospel, signifies a particular Article, Gal

. ii. 14. See Christianity.
Grace, záépos in the New Testament, is derived from, and an-
fwers to 757 in the Hebrew. Its primary Sense is, Favour,
Mercy, Bounty : From whence it is branched out into several
Acceptations, some more general, others more limited and par.
ticular, under the following Heads ;
1. Grace, i. e. Favour, free Bounty, Rom. iv. 4, 16. i. 7.

xii. 6. 1 Cor. xv, 10. 2 Cor vi. 1. Gal. i. 3, 15. Eph. i.
7. vi. 24. Phil. i. 2. 1 Thess. i. 1. v. 28. 2 Theff. iii.
16, 18. Heb. iv. 16. xiii. 25. James iv. 6. See Note there.

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XV. II.

2 Pet.

2. Grace, i. e. the Gospel-Religion, John i. 17. Ads xiii. 43.

xviii. 27. Rom. iv. 2. vi. 14, 15. xi. 5, 6. Gal. i. 6. ii. 21. v. 4. Eph. i. 6. ii. 5, 8. 2 Theff. i. 12. ii. 16. Heb. xii. 15, 28. xiii. 9. 1 Pet. v. 12.

iii. 18. Jude iv. i Cor. i. 4. 3. Grace, i. e. the bappy Success of the Gospel, Acts xi. 23.

1 Cor. i. 4. 4. Grace taken adje&tively, by a Hebraism, fignifies as much as

Gracious, Aits xiv. 3. XX. 24, 32. 5. Grace, i. e. the Apostolical Ofice, and the Endowments of

the Spirit that qualified the Apostles to discharge it, Rom. xii. 3. XV. 15. 1 Cor. iii. 10. Gal. ii. 9. Eph. iii. 2, 72,8.

iv. 7. 1 Pet. iv, 10, 11. 6. Grace, i. e. Charity, a charitable Collection, 2 Cor. viii,

1, 6, 19. ix. 14. 7. Grace seems to fignify the Honour of suffering for Chrisianity,

Phil. i. 7.

8. Groce. i. e. Edification, Profit, Eph. iv. 29. 9. Grace, i. e. our final Reward, 1 Pet. ii. 10, 13. -Spirit of Grace, Heb. x. 29. Let us have Grace, Heb. xii. 28.

Throne of Grace, Heb. iv. 16. Grace for Grace, Johni. 16. -Singing with Grace, Col. iii. 16. - Your Speech be with Grace, Col. iv. 6.

Heart establish'd with Grace, Heb xiii. 9. Grafted in, Rom. xi. 17, 19. Greeks, Grecians, i. e. Gentiles profehted to the Jewish Religion, Acts vi. 1. ix. 28. xi. 20. xiv. i. xvii. 4. xix 20. and elsewhere.

Greeks, i. e. Gentiles, Acts xvi. i. xvii. 12, xviii. 17. xix. 17: XX. 21. Rom. x. 12. Gal. iii. 28. Col. iii. 11.

1 Cor. i. 22, 23. and elsewhere. Grieve a Brother, Rom. xiv. 15.

Grieved, the Sense of it, 2 Cor. ii. 4, 5,

-Grieve the Holy Spirit, Eph. iv. 30. Groanings, that cannot be uttered, Rom. viii.' 26.

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groan, Rom. viii. 22, 23. i Cor, v. 2, 4,

H.

HAGAR, Gal. iv. 21, &c.
Hair, long Hair, 1 Cor. xi 14, 15.
Habitation of God, Eph. vi. 22.
Hanged himself, the Sense of it, Matth, xxvii. 5. Aēts i, 18.
Hard to be under food, the sense of it, z l'et. iii. 16.
Hand of God, Luke i. 66, Acts xi. 21. and elsewhere.

Right-hand of God, Aets ii. 25, 33, 34. V. 31. vii. 55, 56 Eph. i. 20. Coloff. iii. 1. Heb. i. 3, 13. viii. 1. X. 12.

XII. 2. 1 Pet. iii. 22. - At band, the Lord is at hand, Phil. iv. 5.

Hand,

Hand, with my own Hand, Rom.xvi. 26. 1 Cor. x.20. 2 Theff. iii. 17.

Holy Hands, 1 Tim. ii. 8. 2 Tim. i. 6.
Hands, Imposition of Hands, used in Ordaining to any special Ofice,

Work or Mesage, Acts vi. 6. xiii. 3. xix. 6. i Tim. i. 18.
iv. 14. v. 22.

-In giving Blefing, and imparting the Gifts of the Holy Ghost,
Acts viii. 17. ix. 17. Heb. vi. 2.

On the Right-hand and Left, 2 Cor. vi 7.
Have, hath, the Sense of it, Mark iv. 25. Luke viii. 18. iCor. vii. 2.
Hated, Esau have I hated, Rom. ix. 13.
Hay, Wood, Stubble, 1 Cor. iii. 12.
Head, the Head, i Cor. xi. 3, 6, 7. Col. ii. 19.

Covering, uncovering the Head, 1 Cor. xi. 3, 5, 6, 7, 13, 14.
Healed, Faith to be healed, Acts xiv. 9.
Health, the Sense of it, Acts xxvii. 34.
Heart, of one Heart, Acts iv. 32.

Harden not your Hearts, Heb. iii. 8, 13. Gal. iii. 2, 5.
Hearing, Aets xxviii. 26. Rom. X. 17.
Heathens. See Gentiles.
Heaven, the Third, 2 Cor. xii. 2.
Heavenly, the, i Cor. xv. 48, 49. See Earth.
Heavenly Things, Heb. viii. 5. ix. 23,

-Shake the Heavens, Heb. xii. 26. Luke xxi. 26.
Hebrews, who ? Aēts vi, 1. Preface to Hebrews.

Hebrew Tongue, what? A&ts i. 19. xxvi. 14. xxi. 40.

-Hebrew of the Hebrews, Phil. iii. 5.
Heir, a Metaphor, Gal. iv. 1, &c.

-Heir of all Things, Heb. i. 2.

Of Promise, Heb. vi. 17,
Hell, one Sense of it, 2 Pet. ii. 4.

-The Sense of it the Grave, Acts ii. 27, 31. 1 Cor. xv. 55.

-Fire, Matth. v. 22, 29, 30. Luke xii. 5. Matth. xxiii. 33.
Helmet of Salvation, Eph. vi, 17. i Theff. v. 8.
Hereticks, Tit. iii. 10.
Heresies, 2 Pet. ii. 1, 2. 1 John and Jude. See False Teachers.
Herod terrified at the Birth of Jefus, why ? Matth. ii. 3.
- His Cruelty, Matth. ii. 18.

Persecutes the Church, Acts xii, 1.
Herod Agrippa, his Death, Acts xii. 21, 23.
Higher than the Heavens, Heb. vü. 26.
Holy, Holiness, Heb. xii. 14. 1 Pet. i. 15, 16. See Obedience.
Holy Place, Holy of Holies, Heb. ix. 3, 8, 12. X. 19.
Honest, Things honeft, 2 Cor. viii. 21, Phil, iv. 8. 2 Cor. xiii. 7.

Walk honestly, i Theff. iv. 12. 1 Pet. ii. 12. Rom. xiii.
13. Heb. xiii. 18.
Honour, double Honour,' 1 Tim. v. 3, 17.
-Popess your Veffels in Honour, 1 Theff. iv. 4.

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