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I Sam. 15. 17.

19. 6.

Anointed.

The Apofticship styled, a Grace, Persons anointed were, Priests, Ex. Rom. 1. 1. A Ministry, 332,b, 15. od. 28. 41. Exod. 29. 1. Exod. 30.

The Apostles were immediately 30. Lev. 4. 3, 16. Prophets, 1 King chosen and sent by Chrift, so, b, 13. 19. 16. Kings, 1 Sain. 9. 16. i Sam. 452, 6, 13. Joh. 15:16. Atts . 2. 10, I.

j King. 1.

Acts IC. 41. Gal., 1. 1. 39. 1 King. 19, 15, 16. 2 King.

The Apostles were not confined to

any one Place, but fent to all Na. Jesus Christ was anointed with tions, Mar. 16.15. Ačts 1. 8. the holy Spirit, which he had with

The Apostles had all an equal Auput measure, 511, b, 28. Our Lord thority, Mat. 20. 26, 27. 2 Cor. 11. inointed by Mary, 140, b, 3.

5. 2 Cor. 12. 11. being all chofen

by Christ. See, above. They were: Antichrift,

all called Apostles, Mat. 10. 2. Luk. 857, 6, 13.858, a, 8.

6.13. They had all the same MisliAnxiety.

on, 452, b, 13. All the Apostles had Anxious and solicitous Care unbe. the same Spirir, Joh. 20. 22, and oming a Christian, on Mat. 6. 25. the same Gifts of the Spirit, and

We should caft all our Çare upon Power from above, Acts 2. 3, 4. God, 32, b, 18

They had all the same Power of A pochrypha,

binding and loosing, Mar. 18. 18. Not a Part of the Canonical Scrie Joh. 20.23. ptures, on Rom. 3. 2.

The Office of the Apostles: They Apoitacy.

preached the Word, Mar. 3. 14. Some made Shipwrack of the Faith Mar. 16. 15. They planted Church -n the Apostles Time, 1 Tim. r: ders

, Acts 14. 23. They exercised

es, i Cor. 3.6. They ordained El9, 20.)

Some forsake the Practice of Re: Discipline, 738. a, 2. igion for fear of Suffering, Mat.17: vils, and to cure Diseafes, 166, a,

The Apostles had Power over De:0,21. Others for worldly Interest, is Demas, 2 Tim. 4. 10.

4. Were Witnesses of our Lord's ReThe Danger of Apostacy, 277, b, furre&tion, 342, b, 2. Were Witneles 7. Repentance not absolutely im- of the Glory and Majesty of Chrift, Jossible to fuch, on Heb. 6.4. Heb. 986, a, 6. 10. 26.

The Apostles had not dominion 0.

ver the Faith of Christians, 733,6,5. Apostles

Armour The Word Apoflé signifies. Sent ; t was given to Chrift, Heb. 3. 1.

Of a Chriftian, what, 653, 6, 29, Apostle was a Name common to 815, 8, 13, 13. che Ministers' of Christ ; given to

Afcenfion Barnabas and Paul, A&ts 14. 14. to

Of Christ, 343, 6, 11.910, b, 18., Andronicus and Junia, Rom. 16.9.

Christ ascended into Heaven, to The Word trapflared Meffenger, 2 interceed and appear in our behalf, Cor. 8. 23. and Phil. 2. 25. is in 629, b, 19. answering whatever can

be laid to the Charge of his true Our Lord gave this Name to The Disciples and followers, Rom. 8. Twelve whom he chose, 50, b, 13. 33, 34. To send down the holy Given to St. Paul, T. 7. These Ghost, 342, 6, 457 were called by other Names: in

Ashamed. sommon with those of lower Dig

See Shame. ity, as Ministers of Christ, i Cor. 7. 1. Elders, 1 Pet. 5.1. Servants of Christ , Rom. 1.1. 2 Pet. 1,1. s E s Put on the Head in token of Hu

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Che Greek Apoftle.

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miliation, 1079, b, 7.

Backbiters
Afiftance

Condemned, 767, 6, 6,
Divine, promifed, Pfal. 39.8.

Motives to avoid this Sin, 767, Prov. 1. 20, &c. Luk. 11.13. 206, 6, 8, 14: b, s. 766, a, 2.

Backbiting mentioned with other Afisance afforded by God, 726,2, grievous Sins, some of which are 2. To all Men, to all Christians the Causes, fome the Effects of it, but especially to good Christians, Rom. I. 29, 30. 2 Cor. 12. 20. Pfal. 37 33. on Rom.8.9. This is

Baptism evident from Christians being said Was instituted by Christ, Mat.28.

be the Temple of God, 622, a, 19. . In pursuance of the Command 19.

of Christ, the Apostles, and others The Neceflity of divine Alif-' commissioned by them, Baptized all ance arises from our weakness and who embraced the Do&trine of inability, Prov. 16. 9. Prov. 20. Chrift, Aets 2. 38, 41. A&s 8. 12, 24. Jer. 10.23. Joh. 15.4, 5. i Pet. 13, 38. Acts 9. 18. A&s 10.47. 1.5. on :: Cor... 14. 971,a, 4.

Acts 16.15,33. Acts 18. 8. Aäs We should apply our felves to 19.5. Acts 22. 16. Rom. 6. 3. God for it, 860, b, 3. Pfal. 27. 14. Cor. 1. 13, doc. And that they were Psal. 43. 314. Pral. 86. 11. In the Baptized with water is plain, be: Name of Jesus Christ, 610, b, 28. caufe Water is exprefly mentioned, See Grace. Our Strength is in God, fee Acts 8. 36, 38. Acts 19. 47. Eph. 885, a, 1.

5. 26. Heb. 10. 22. Which is for Assurance

ther confirm'd, by the Apostles May be attained to, Heb:6,11,12. with Water who had already sent

commanding those to be baptized ; Joh. 2. 3. I Joh. 5. 13.

ceived the holy Ghost, on A&s Atheist,

ID. 48. One who knows not, or does not .: Baptifm was used by the Apostles acknowledge God Job 18.21. Some among the Jews by the Command are such in Thought, Pfal. 14. 1. O of Christ, before they were ordered thers are such in their words, who to baptize all Nations, speak of God, as if there were no 22. Joh. 4. 1, 2. God, Job 21. 14, 15. Jcb 22. 13, The Holy Spirit given in Bar

: 14. Job 34.9. Job 35:3. Pfal

. 10 tism, 354, 6, 12. 355, 2, 2, Ads 4,11. Pfal. 73. 11. Pfal. 78. 19, 20. 2. 38. Others are Atheists in their praktice Baptifm was adminiftred to Pero and Conversation, Job 31. 28. Prov. fons as soon as they were convert: 30.9. Tit. s. 16.

ed, Acts 2.41. Acts 8.38. A&s 16. Attention

15,33. Acts 18.8. Whole Families In hearing the Word a Duty,317, baptized, A&s 16. 15, 33. 1 Cor.

Christ preferr'd Attention to his Baptism necessary for the Forgire. Doctrine before a restless Diligence nels of Sins, 568, 2, 9. and to Sal in outward Services, Luk. 10.

vation in the ordinary Way, on Joh. 3. 5. The saved were by Baze

tisme added, or admitted into the B.

Church, Aéts 2.41, 47. When effe

&ual to Salvation, on i Pet.3.21.30 Babylon, farther efficacy, Eph. 5. 25. Tit

. 3. A mighty City, 1063, b, 25. 5. Acts 2:38. Rom. 6. 3,&c.!

Some think that by this City is Cor. 6. 11. Heb. 10. 22. i Per. meant Rome, in the Bock of the

3. 21. . ! !9. Revelations.

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Christians are to be Baptized but

Blasphemy, nce, 803, b, 21,

Or, speaking reproachfully against Of Infant Baptism, on Joh. 3. 5. God, Numb. 21. 5. 2 Chron. 32. nd on 1 Cor. 7.14. Ats 2. 38, 39. 19. Pfal. 78, 19. Ila. 37. 23, oc. Baptism with Fire, what? on

Dan. 11. 36. It is usually put for Mat. 3.11.

speaking any unholy, derogatory Of performing our baptismal En- Words against God, or what has an agements, Rom. 6. 3, Loc. See immediate Relation to him.' Aow.

gainst God, 1 King. 21. 10, 13 Baptist.

Rev. 3. 6. Rev. 16. 11, 21. Againit John Baptist, the Messenger sent his Name, Rom. 2. 24. Against his

prepare the way before Chrift, Word, Tit. 2. 5. Againit Chrift, 58, a, 11, 19.

and his Name, Ads 26. 11. Jam. Of his Baptism, 8, a, 16. 158, a,

2. 7. 6. Many were Baptized by him,

Blasphemy under the Law was pulat. 3. š, bo. Repentance a Con. nished by Death, 148, a, 30. ition thereof, 9, a, 9.

On what account the Jews accuJesus Christ would be baptized sed our Lord as a Blasphemer, 447, y him, and why? jt, a, 4. Mat. 2, 9. 14, 15.

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Blasting John Baptif own'd to be a Pro Of Corn, and Mildew, fent as a het, 62, b, 1o. His Office, Mar. Punishment for fin, 1 King. 8. 37, · 2, Qur. Our Lord's Discourse duc. Amos 4. 9. Hag. 2. 17, 18. nd Character of him, Mat. 11. The East-wind a means whereby it i buc.

is effected, Gen.41.6, 23, 27. The Baptift did in many things

Bleised. esemble Elias, on Mat. 1 1.14. on

Persons declared blessed; whose

Sins are pardoned, 6c8, 2, 1. Who He bore witness of Christ, 359, a, delight in, and do the Command 524, b, 14.

ments of God, PGD 112. 1. Pfal. Beasts,

119. 1, 2. Prov. 8. 32. Luk. 11. 28. Not to be used with cruelty, Joh. 13. 17. The Merciful, Meek, Gen. 33i 13. Exod. 23. 12. Prov. &c. Mat. §. 3, &c. He whcfe

Strength, Hope, and Trust is in Bethlehem,

God, Pfal. 34. 8. Psal. 40. 4. Pfal, The Place whereChrist was børn; Pial. 41. 1. Prov. 14:21. Who

84. 5. Ifa. 30. 18. The Charitable, 5, b, 21. on Mat. 2.6.

walk not in the Counsel of the Bifhop,

Ungodly, Pfal. 1. 1. Who suffer This Word is put for Chrift him for righteousness fake, 17, b, 19. self

, 1 Pet. 2. 25. For the chief Whore God is the Lord, Pfal. 144 Teachers and Governours Ecclefiae is. Who have part in the first Reftical, whose Qualifications are de furre&tion, Rev. 29.6. scribed, I Tim, 3. 1, &c. Tit. I.

Blind, 7. For such as were called Elders, Our blessed Lord cured those who Afts' 20. 17, 28. For such as were were both naturally and spiritually above Deacons, Phil. 1.1.

Blind, 579,a, 14. Some ought to be set apart to

Blood feed and govern the Church, 560, Forbidden to be eaten both before

and under the Law, and it seems to Bitterness

be forbidden in the A&ts, of the Must be put away, 8.8, 6, 8, Apostles, 539,6, 13.549, a, 1,

Blood

.uk. I. 17.

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2. 10.

5, 13

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Blood forbidden, because thereby shine, and be made bright and glow Artonement was made, 143, a, 39. rious, 81, a, 1. 826, b, 21. Without shedding of Blood there

Book is no jemiflion, 143, a, 35.

Of Life, 272, a, 15.
Boasting

Born
And Glorying used in a bad Sense, Again. See Regeneration.
i King. 20. I!. 2 Chron. 24. 19.

Bottles Psal 10.3. Pfal. 49. 6 Pfal. 52. I. Anciently used, were made of Prov. 20. 14. Ezek. 35.13. Rom. Leather,on Mat.9.17 11. 18. i Cor. 3 21.

Bread. Boafting and glorying used in a good Sense, Pfal 44. 3. Rom. 5.3.

Daily Bread,may include spiritual as well as temporal good Things

, 2 Cor. 7.4, 14. 2 Cor. 9. 2. 2 Cor.

29, b, 22. II. 10, 18. 2 Cor.12. 5, 6.

Brethren
We Mould not boast of our good
Works, 27, a, 3. Nor of to moro

Of Christ,74,7,23. Who probably,

on Joh. 7.7. It takes in all true row, 961, b, 9.

Of luch Boafiing as is not forbid. Chriftians, 452, a, 3. den, 854, b, 11.

Bribery Our boasting and glorying should

Forbidden, 953,6,19. Arguments be in the Lord, 674, a, 8.

against taking Bribes, 575, 5, 5. The

Sons of Samuel guilty hereof, 1 Body,

Sam. 8. 3. This Word is used in a proper

Burial Sense, Mat. 27. 58. 1 Cor. 6. 20.

Of Christ, 525, a, 5: Heb. 10. §. In a figurative Sense,

Busie-bodies for the whole Man, Rom. 12.-1. For the unregenerate Part of Man,

And Tattlerscondemned,861,6,3

. or the Body of Sin, Rom. 6. 6.

C. Rom. 7. 24. Rom 8. 10. For the

Care. mystical Body of Christ, the Church, 646, b, 4. In a Sacramental Sense, be careful: To please God, 1 Cor.

Things about which we should for the Sign or representation of Christ's Body, 142, b, 3.

7:32. To do good Works, Tit. 3. Our Bodies styled a House of Clay, Deut 15. 5. For the good of each

8. To obey God's Commandments

, &c: 746, a, 7. Í he Temple of the other, 655, 6, 6, 1 Cor. 12.25.

To holy Ghost, 622, a, 15. The Body of Christ styled a Ta; 9. To love the Lord, Josh. 32.5

keep our Souls diligently, Deut. 4. bernacle of God, Rev. 13.6. The Resurrection of the Body nefs, Luk. 11.35.

That the Light in us be not darko proved, 1 Cor. 15 20, @c. That the same Body shall arise appears not

Carefulness,

See Anxicty. only from the Nature of a Refur rection, and from the Resurrection of

Causes. Christ, who rose with the same Body,

God sometimes interposes and but from plain Testimonies of fufpends the Operations of natural Scripture, Job 19.25, &c. Joh. š. Causes. See Power of God. 28, 29. Rom. 8. 11. 1 Thef. 4. 15,

Celibacy, 17. 746,6, 6.

In its self indifferent ; not more 5 At the Refurrection the Body will holy nor acceptable to God than be made spiritual and incorrupti. Marriage, on 1 Cor. 7. 26, 28, 34, ble, 1 Cor. 15. 44, 52,&c. The Bo. 36. To live chaftly without Mardies of the Righteous Thall then riage, a special Gift of God, Mat.19.

Cen.

II.

Censuring,

Children
See Judging.

The Gift of God , Pfal. 127. 3.
Ceremonies,

Among the Jews, Children were And positive Institutions, not of accounted the Children of those who uch indispensible Obligation as were removed several Generations noral Duties, 47, a, 1. on Mat. 9.

from them, on Mat. 1.8.

The Duty of Children to their 3. Our Lord by his Example has Parents, 86, a, 31. aught us, that positive Instituti God our Father to be obeyed bens ought to give place to moral fore our natural Parents, Luk. 2. Duties, Joh. 5. 10, &c. Joh. 7.23. 48, &c. -96, b, 17. Outward Performances of no va

Children should apply to their Pa le in the Sight of God, when fe. rents for Instruction, Exod. 13. 14. arated from the Substantial and Josh. 7. 21.

Children of God, 624, a, 24. They loral Duties God hath command1, 205, a,

1. Ifa. 66. 3. The are those who imitate God in his Veightier Matters of the Law divine and moral Perfe&tions, 26, ught to be done, but the lesser a, 24. 809, a, 14. 984, a, 26. latters ought not to be lefç un

Children of Light, and their Du. one; Mat. 23. 23.

ty, 301, a, 1. 549, b, 7. Charice.

Children of Abraham, 783,6, 16.

Children in Understanding, 722, There is not any thing happens b, 1. 864, 6, s. y Chance, Exod. 21. 13. 1 Sam.9.

Children of the Devil,who:80,0,15. , 16, doc. i King. 13. 23, &c. Prov.

Children llain by Herod,Mat.2.16. 5.33. See Providence.

Christ
Charity,

Called Jesus, and why ? Mat.1.21. ian relieving the Poor; for a Per Joh. 1.45. Meffias, and Christ, Joh. in may give all he has away, and 4.3.5. both which Names lignific

anointed, Joh. 1. 41. t have no Charity, 1 Cor. 13. 3.

Chrift styled the Son, the Beloved, Charity and Love, Duty much

and the dear Son of God, ii, b, 19. nlisted on in the holy Scriptures, 793, a, 6.902, a, 19. Own’d to be 22, a, 5. See Love. Charity to the the Son of God by the Devils, 161, oor, See Alms.

See Son.
Chastisement,

Christ was conceived by the holy God chasineth his Servants for Ghost, Luk. 1. 35. heir good, 715,a, 14.

Cbrift fubordinate to the Father, Chastity

Joh. 5. 26. Joh. 7. 29. 710, b, 13. A Duty, 1 Thes. 4. 3, &c. The Father styled his God,792,5,5. An Ability to live ckafly without Sent into the World by the Father, Iarriage, a special Gift of God, 437, a, 27. On this Subject, the -91, b, 3.

Subordination of the Son, the Reader Examples of Chastity: Joseph, may consult Bp. Bull's Defence of en. 39. 7, O. Ruth, Chap: 3. the Nicene Faith, Seet. 4. also Bp. 0, 11. Tamar, 2 Sam. 13. 12. Pearson on the Creed, p. 105;&c. ob, Chap: 31.1.

and 134, &c. of the sixth Edition, To preserve Chastity, avoid all oc- Printed 1692. asicns of committing the Sin of Divinity of Christ, 1012, a, 10. npurity, Gen. 39. 10. Prov. 5. 8. on Mar.13. 33. on Joh. 1. 3. 14. rov.7 24, &c.

on Joh. 3. 13. on Joh. 8. 58. on The Uncbaft and Impure exclu. Rom. 8. 29. on i Cor.15.51. on ed the Kingdom of Heaven, 686, 2 Cor. 13. 14. on Phil. 2. 6. on

1 Joh. 5.7. on Rev. 1. 8. The

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