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Paffions, to be restrained, cat. 135. 136.
Paffover, one of the types and ordi nances by which the covenant of grace was adminiftred under the law, con. 7. 5. cat. 34. Patience, Patient bearing of the hand of God, a duty, cat. 135. Patient bearing and forgiving of injuries, a duty, ibid.
Peace of confcience. See confcience. Pedo-baptifm. See infants.
Perfeverance of faints. They whom God hath accepted in Chrift can never totally or finally fall away. from the eftates of grace, con 17 I. cat. 77, 79. Upon what their perfeverance depends, con. 17. 2. cat. 79. How far they may fall, con. 6. 5. 11. 5. 13. 2. 17.4. 18. 4, cat. 78 they are always kept from utter despair, con 18, 4 cat 81. How they are recovered when they fall under God's fatherly difpleafure, con. 10. 5. 13 3. Three Perfons in the Godhead diftinguished by perfonal properties, con. 2. 3. cat. 6. 10. the quality of the perfons proved, cat. II. the perfonal union of the natures in Chrift, con. 8. a. cat. 36, 37. By reafon of this union, the proper works of each nature are accepted of God, and relied on by believers as the work of the whole perfon, con. 8. 7. cat. 40. Phyfick to be used moderately, cat, 135.
Lafcivious pictures difcharged, cat.
head of the church, but is anti chrift, con. 25. 6.
Powers ecclefiaftical or civil, not to be oppofed upon pretence of chriftian liberty, con 20.4. Power of the keys. See keys,
Praifes to be joined with prayer, cat. 196
The Praise of any good, we either are, have, or can do, not to be afcribed to fortune, idols,ourfelves, or any other creature, cat. 105. Prayer, what, cat, 178. the duty of all men, con. 21. 3. to be made to God only, and why, con. 2. 2. cat. 179. that it may be accepted, it is to be made in the name of Chrift, by the help of the Spirit, con. 21. 3. cat 178. What it is to pray in the name of Chrift, cat. 180. Why prayer is to be made in his name, cat. 182. How the Spirit helps to pray, cat 182. How prayer is to be made, con. 21. 3. cat. 185 For what and for whom we are to pray, con 12. 4. cat. 183. 184. Prayer not to be made for the dead, nor for those of whom it may be known that they have finned the fin unto death, ibid. Prayer, now under the gospel, is not made more acceptable by any place in which it is performed, nor towards which it is directed, con. 21. 6. the rule of prayer, cat. 186. The Lord's prayer, How to be used, cat. 187 It is explained in the catechifm from question 188, to the end.
Preaching of the word, is a part of the ordinary religious worship of God, con. 21. 5. And one of the ordinances in which the covenant of grace is adminiftred under the new teftament, con. 7. 6. cat. 35. None are to preach the word, but minifters of the gofpel, cat. 158. How they are to preach, cat. 159. How the preaching of the word is made
made effectual to falvation, cat. 155.
Predeftination, con..3. 3, 4. cat. 1.3. the doctrine of predeftination how to be handled, and what ufe to be made of it, con, 3. 8.
Preparation required to the hearing of the word, cat, 160. What preparation requifite to the fabbath, cat. 177. What to the Lord's fupper, cat. 171.
Prefcience. See foreknowledge.
Private worship in famílies daily, a
Propitiation. Chrift's one only facri-
Providence, is God's most holy, wife and powerful preferving, directing, difpofing and governing all his creatures and all their actions; according to his infallible foreknowledge, and immutable decree; to the glory of bis wifdom, power, juftice, goodness and mercy, con. 51. cat. 18. Events are ordered according to the nature of fecond caufess con. 35. 2 God in his ordinary providence maketh use of
means, yet is free to work without, above and against them at his plea fure, con. 5.3. How providence is exercifed about fin, con 5. 4. See fin. The actual influence of the ho ly Spirit is required to do good works, con. 19. 3. God's providence towards angels, cat. 16. Toward men when created, cat. 20. God's providence is in a most special manper over his church, con. 5. 7. cat. 43, 45, 63.
Public worship not to be neglected,
Punishment. See fin.
Quarreling, and provoking words, finful, cat. 136.
Quellions that are curious or unproftable are to be avoided, cat. 113. R.
EADING the fcriptures, a part of religious worship, con. 21. 5. How made effectual to falvation, cat. 155. It is the duty of all to read them apart by themselves, and with their families, con, 1, 8. cat. 159. How the word of God is to be read, con. 21. 5. cat. 157. Rebellion, a fn, cat. 128. Reconciliation with God purchased by Christ's facrifice of himself, con. 8.5 cat. 44..
Recreations to be moderately used, cat. 135, 136. But not on the Lord's day, con. 21. 8, cat. 119. Redemption, how purchafed by Christ, con. 8. 5. cat. 38, 39, 40. For all the elect, and them only con. 3. 6. To whom it is certainly applied, con. 8. 8. cat 59. Altho' it was not actually wrought by Chrift till after his incarnation; yet the vertue, efficacy and benefits of
it, were communicated to the elect in all ages fucceffively from the beginning of the world, con 8.6. How it is applied to them, con. 8. 8. cat. 58, 59.
Regeneration, See effectual calling. The regenerate are all freely justifi. ed, con. 11. I. See juftification. And fanctified, con. 13. 1. See fanctification, The corruption of nature remains in them, and all the motions of it are fin, con. 9.5. But it is pardoned and mortified through Chrift, ibid, the use of the moral law to them, con. 19. 6. cat. 97,
Repentance, what, con. 15. 2. cat, 75. Altho' it be no fatisfaction for fin, nor cause of pardon, yet no pardon without it, can. 15. 3. cat. 153. Nor condemnation where it is, con- 15.4. 9. It is every man's duty to endeavour to repent particularly of his particular fias, con. 15.5. the doctrine of repentance to be preached by every minifter, as well as that of faith in Chrift, con. 15. 1. Repentance to be de
clared to thofe that are offended, who are thereupen to be rended.
ed, con. 15. 6. Reprobation, con. 3. 7 cat 3. Refurrection of Christ, con. 8.4. cat. 52. the effect of his own power, cat. 52. It is a proof of his being the Son of God, and of his fatisfaction to divine justice, &c. ibid. It is an affurance to believers of their refurrection, ibid. they have fellowship with him in his refurrection, con. 26. 1. He arofe again for their juftification, con. 11. 4. cat. 52. And through the vertue of his death and refurrection they are fanctified, con. 13. 1. cat. 75. they draw ftrength from his death and refurrection for the mortifying of fin, and quickning of grace, cat. 52, 167.
The refurrection of the dead, of the juft and unjust, con. 32. 2, 3. cat. 87.
Revelation, the divers ways of God's revealing his will, con. 1. 1. Righteousness, Man was created righteous after the image of God, con. 4. 2. cat. 17. But by fin he fell from that original righteoufnefs, con. 6. 2 cat 25. And fince the fall no man can attain to righteousness by the moral law, cat.64. Nor by having righteoufness infufed into them, con. 11. 1. cat. 70. But thofe whom God effectually calleth, he accepteth and accounteth as righteous, by imputing the obedience and fatisfaction of Chrift to them, they receiving and refting on him and his righteoufnefs by faith, ibid. See faith, imputation juftification. Why the righteous are not delivered from death, cat. 85. Their ftate immediately after death, con, 32. 1. cat. 86. At the refurrection and day of judgment, con. 32. 3. 33. 2. cat. 87.90.
$ ABBATH, by the law of nature,
due proportion of time ought
to be fet apart for the worship of
fhort abridgment of religion, ibid. What are the reafons annexed to the fourth command the more to enforce it, cat 120. Why the charge of keeping the fabbath is directed to governors of families and other fuperiors, cat. 118.
A facrament, the inftitution, nature and ends of it, con. 27. 1. cat. 162. the parts of a facrament, con. 72. 2. cat 193. there are only two facraments inflituted by Christ, con. 27. 4. cat. 164. which are only to be difpenfed by minifters of the word lawfully ordain ed, con. 27. 4 How they are made effectual to falvation, con. 27. 3. cat 161. the facraments of the old teftament were the fame for fubftance with thofe of the new, con. 275 Wherein the facraments of baptifm, and of the Lord's fupper agree, cat. 176. Wherein they differ, cat. 177.
Sacrifice, the covenant of grace was adminiftred under the law by facrifices, con. 7 5.8.6. cat. 34 Which fignified Chrift to come, ibid. Who hath fully fatisfied the juftice of his Father, in his once offering himfelf a facrifice without fpot to God, con. 85. cat. 44. There is no real facrifice made for fin in the Lord's fupper, con. 29. 2. that facrament being inftituted for the perpetual remembrance of Chritt's one only facrifice in his death, con, 29. 1. cat. 168. to which the mafs is moft abominably injurious, con. 29.
being no falvation but in Chrift alone, ibid. Who hath purchased it by his perfect obedience and facri fice of himself, con. 8. 5. cat 83, For all the elect, and them only, con. 3. 6. to whom the outward means are made effectual for their falvation by the Spirit, con 7 5 6. 25. 3. cat. 154, 155, 161, 182. Who worketh in their bearts faith in Jefus Chrift, con. 14. 1. cat. 72. Which is neceffarily required of them for their juftification and falvation, con. 7 3.11. 1 cat. 75, 71 the Spirit also worketh repen. tance, and infufeth all other faving graces, con. 131. cat. 32, 75, 76, 77. Which neceffarily accom pany faith, on. 11, 2. cat 73. the Spirit likewife enables them unto all obedience and the practice of holiness, which is the way that God hath appointed them to falvation, con. 13. 1. cat. 32. Ele& infants dying in infancy are regenerated and faved by Chrift through the Spirit, &c. con. 10, 3. Sanctification, what, con. 13. 1. cat. 75. Infeparably joined with juftification, cat 77. Wherein they difter, ibid. It is throughout in the whole man, con. 13. 2 cat. 75. But in this life it is not perfect in any, con. 13 2, cat. 77. Whence this imperfection proceeds, con. 13. 2. cat. 78. through the continual fupply of ftrength from the fancti. fying Spirit of Chrift, the faints grow in grace, perfecting holiness in the fear of God, con 13. 3. At death they are made perfect in ho. linefs, con. 32. 1. cat 86. And at the day of judgment they fhall be fully and for ever freed from all fin
Satisfaction, Repentance is no fatis. faction for fin, con. 15. 3. Nar good works, and why, con. 16. 5. Neither we nor any other creature
can make the least fatisfaction for fin, cat. 194. Chrift alone hath made a proper, real and full fatisfaction to the juftice of his Father by his obedience and fufferings, con. 8. 5. 11. 5. cat. 8. 71 Which fatisfaction is imputed to believers, they receiving and refting on Chrift and his righteoufnefs by faith, con. II I. cat. 70. Scandalous, not to be admitted to the Lord's table, con. 29. 8. cat, 173.
Scoffing and Scorning, finful, cat.
The Scripture, Why neceffary, con. 1. 1. What books to be owned for fcripture, con, 2, 3. cat. 3. How proved to be the word of God, con. 1. 5. cat 4. Upon what authority the fcripture ought to be believed and obeyed, con. 1. 4. the fufficiency and perfection of the fcripture, con. 1 6. cat. 2. 5. Its perfpicuity, con. 16. the infallible rule of interpreting fcripture, is the fcripture itself, con. i. 9. the fcripture is the only rule of faith and practice, con. 1. 2 cat, 3. 5 and of worship, con. 21. 1. cat. 108, 109. the Spirit fpeaking in the fcriptures, is the fupreme judge of all controverfies in religion, con 1. 10. the original text of the fcriptures, is that to which the church is finally to appeal, con. 1. 8. But they are to be tranflated into vulgar languages, con. 1. 8. cat 156. Because all forts of people have an interest in them and are commanded to read them, ibid. How they are to be read, cat. 157. the illumination of the Spirit of God is neceffary for the faving understanding of the fcriptures, con. 1. 6. cat. 157. How the reading of the word is made effectual to falvat on, cat. 155. Mifinterpreting, mitapplying, or any way pervert
ing the word, or any paat of it to profane jefts, is fintul, cat. 113. Sin, what cat. 24 Original fin, what, cat, 25. the fin of our first parents, con. 6. 1. cat. 21 By it they fell from their original righteousness, and communion with God, and had their natures wholly corrupted, con. 6 2. cat. 25, 27. the guilt of this fin is imputed, and the corruption of nature conveyed to all their posterity, con. 6 3. cat. 22. 26. Who are thereby bound over to the wrath of God and curfe of the law, con. 6. 6. cat. 27. 194. From the original corruption of nature, all actual fins proceed. con. 6. 4. cat 25. Which are not all equally hainous, cat. 150. the aggravations of fin, cat. 151. the demerit of every fin, cun 6. 6. cat. 152. Punishments of fin in this world, con. 5' 5.6. 17. 3. 18. 4. cat 28. 83. In the world to come, con. 32 1. 33. 2. cat. 29. 86. 89. Sin is pardoned for Chrifl's fake alone, con. I!. 1. 15. 3. cat. 70 See juftification, 'a. tisfaction. Every man bound to pray for pardon of fin, con. 15. 6. God continues to pardon the fins of those that are justified, con. 11. 5. How pardon of fin is to be prayed for, cat. 194. the fin unto death, con. 21. 4. cat. 183. Believers have the dominion of the whole body of fin deftroyed, and the lufts thereof more and more weakned and mortified, con. 6. 5. 13.1. cat. 75. See mortification, fanctification. How providence is exercised about fin, con. 4. Why God permitted the fin of our first parents, con. 6. 1. Why he leaves his children to fall into fin, con, 5. 5 Why and how finners are hardned, con. 5. 6, cat. 68. Sins against the first commandment, cat. 105. against the fecond, car