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Col. 2. 7.

1 Cor. 14.

Exod. 12. 13. Pfal. gr. 1, 6, &c. the Soul and Heart before God,
He restrained the Malice of the Sam. 1. 15. Pfal. 62. 8. Lam.
Jews, Joh. 7. 30. and of wicked 2. 19.
Spirits, Job 1. 12. Job 2. 6. on Of the Qualifications of an acce-
Mar. 5. 13. See the Note on Jam. ptable Prayer: Our Prayers should
S.13.

be offered with a sense of our Un-
All Power delivered to Christ by worthiness, Gen. 18. 27. of our
the Father, 65, b, 6. 157, a, 2.

Necessities, Luk. 15.17, &c. and of
The Consideration of the Power our Sins, Luk. 18. 13, 14. Sinceri.
of God should prevail with us to ty, Pfal. 17.1. Pfal. 145.18. Ho-
fear him, Pfal. 76.7. Mat. 10. 28. liness, 35, b, 1. 401, a, 9,' b, 8.
To trust in him, Ifa. 26. 4. To Humility, 35, a, 33. Faith, 950,
humble our felves under his migh- b, 11. Heb. 11. 6. and that, we
ty Hand, 1 Pet. 5.6.

forgive others, Mat. 6. 12. 14. qua-
Praise

lifications of an acceptable Prayer.
And Thanksgiving, a Duty often Of perfeverance in Prayer, 36, a,
mentioned in the holy Scriptures, 1o. expressed by waiting upon
593, a, 33. 1081, b, 4.

God, Plal. 25.5. Pfal. 27. 14. Pfal.
This Duty expressed by publish- 37.7. Pfal. 123. 2. Pfal. 130. 5.
ing the great Things God has done Of importunity in Prayer, 309,
for us, Luk. 8. 39. By blessing him, b, 1. expressed by striving and la.
30, a, s. 659, b, 7.

bouring in Prayer, 66), 2, 14.
16. See Glory.

Times of Prayer ; Morning,
Our Praises muft be offered up Noon,and Evening,469, a, 13. Pfal.
n the Name of Jesus Chrift, 593, Dan. 6. 10.

5.3. Pfal. 65.8. Plal. 92. 1, 2.
), 48.
Of praising God with Pfalms and

To pray always and without ceaf-
lymns, 722, a, 3.

ing, what?

309, a, 1. on Luk.
Examples hereof: Jesus Chrift, 18.1.
loh. 11. 41. Others, 227, b, 15.

Of mental Prayer, 1 Sam. 1.13.
See the Book of

Prayer in secret, a Dury, Mat.
Pfalms. Hereby we glorifie God, 6.6.
Psal. 50. 23. See Ingratitude.

Our Prayers must be offered in

the Name of Jesus Chrift, 610,b,
Praise

28.
Or Commendation. People should
lot Praise themselves, but leave er, on Mat. 6 9.

Our Saviour used Forms of Pray-
hat to others, 760, a, 15. Their
Works should praise them, Prov. inspired Prayer, 1 Cor. 14. 15. Jam.

Prayer with the Spirit, probably
An undue regard to the Praise of

5. 15. Jude ver. 20.
Men hurtful, 371, 6, 9.

To desire the Prayers of others u-

sual, 499, b, 24. Good Men prayed
We ought to endeavour to ap- for each other, 662, b; 28. The A-
prove our felves to God, that we postle prayed for those to whom he
nay receive Praise from him, 603, preached, 593, b, 10. And desires

their Prayers for himself, 663, a, 3.
Prayer.

Perfons to be prayed for: All
This Duty is expreffed by asking, Men, Pfal. 67. 2, 3. 2 Tim. 2. I.
teking, and knocking, Mat. 7.7. All Christians, Eph. 6. 18. Jam. 5.
By coming to, and seeking God, 16. We are to pray for Magiar
732, b, 23. Pfal. 9. 10. Pfal. 14. 2. strates, 1 Tim. 2, 2. For the Mi-
Pfal. 63. í. By lifting up the Soul nisters of Christ, 663, a, 3. For our
God, Pral. 25. 1. B'y pouring our felves, 755,6,8, For our Enemies,

and

1081, a, 13.

11.31.

1, 9.

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and those who despitefullý use us, has a bad Influence upon People,
26, a, 1. God has sometimes refu- disposing them to take every ching
fed to hear Prayers for great Sin- by the worst handle, 46, b, 4.
ners, Ion1, b, 3.

Presumption,
Things to be prayed for: We
know not what we should

287, b, 16.
for
pray

We ought not to presume on our
as we ought, Rom. 8. 26. We
should ask things agreeable to the own Strength, Prov. 28. 26. St. Pa

ter's Fall teaches us the contrary,
Will of God, 627, a, 16. That God

Mat. 26. 33, 6.
may be glorified, Mat. 6. 9, 10.

The Folly and Danger of press-
For the Peace and Welfare of the
Church, Pfal. 51. 18. Pfal 123. 6. ining on the Mercy of God, fince
That God would send faithful La he will thew Mercy to, and what

we are so plainly told what persons
bouters into his Harvest, Mat.9:38. Qualifications render us fir Objects
For Wisdom and spiritual Under- of Mercy. See Mercy.
standing; 885, a, 23. Jam. 1. $.
For the Graces of the holy Spirit,

Pride,
Luk. 11. 13. For Deliverance from

Exprestions thereof, 126, 1, 1.
Temptation; 328, b, 8. For good 310, a, 27. 520, a, 13. Self-conceit
Things, Mat. 7. . To be kept condemned, 646, 8, 1.
from the Power of Sin, Pfal. 19.

Spiritual Gifts bestowed by God,
13. Pfal. 119. 133. For Success in and therefore we ought not to be
our lawful Undertakings, Gen. 24. proud of them, 717, à, 34.
12,42. Psal. 90. 17. For the Com-

Arguments againft Pride, 16, 24
forts and Necessaries of Life; 29; b, 10. 127, a, 7.960, b, 12. Exam-
24.For the Forgivenefs of our Sins, ples of proud Perfons who were to
and to be cleaned from them, Mat. markably humbled, Goliah,
6. 12. Pfal. 19. 12. Pfal. 51.2,9. Sam. 17. 8, br. Haman, Eth.
For Deliverance from Trouble; 3. 5,6. Efth. 6. 7; &c. Efth.7. 1,
Pral. 50.15.

da. Nebuchadnezzar, Dan. 4.99,
Of Prayer, or Grace before and @c. Bellbazzar, Dan. 5. 22, br.
after eating, 84, b, 6.

Pride causes Contention, Prov.i;.
Motives to Practice, 35, b, 12. 10. Prov. 28. 25: God resists che
502, 6, 7, 961, a, 3. Prayer a Con- Proud, 982, a, 30. They are an abo-
dition of having our Wants suppli- mination to him, Prov. 6. 16, 17.
od, Ezek. 36. 37. Christ has fet us Prov, 16. 5. The Proud ranked with
an Example herein, 85, a, 1. 329, the greatest Sinners, 2 Tim. 3:2,64
à, 3. 912, b, 20.

-

Priest.
The Prevalency of Prayer, Pfal.
65.2. Christian Prayer certain of ken but by those who are called,

The Office of Priest not to be t?
Success, Mat, 7.7, 8. Mar. 18. 19. 911, 6, 9, 21.
Luk. II. 5, &c. 1 Joh. 3. 21, 22.

The Priests divided into Courses
1 Joh. 5. 14, &c. Instances of the

on Luki 1. 8. The Office of a Priest
Prevalency of Prayer, on Jam. 5.17. what? 911, a, 4.
Gen. 24. 12, Loc.

Gen. 25. 21.

Jesus Christ, a Priet, mercifel
Numb. 21. 7. Judg. 13. 8,9. Judg. and faithful, 936, a, 10. He execute
15. 18, 19. i Sam. 1.10, c.

the Office of a Priest, by offering
King. 3. 5, &c. Neh. 1. 11. Neh. himself as a Sacrifice, Heb. 9;..
2. 4, &c. Pfal

. 3. 4. Luk. 1. 13. 28. By interceeding and making
A&ts 12. S, dr.

Reconciliation for us, 629, 6, 19.
Prejudice,

906,2, 14.
We ought to free our Miods Some Particulars whereby the
from it, on Mar. 1). 15. Prejudice Priesthood of Christ, and of Aaron

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tre distinguished. The Priesthood of ought to have upon us, 752, b, 36.
Aaron was appointed without an 984, a, 19.
Dath, that. of Christ by an Oath,

Property.
Heb. 9, 20, 21. The Priests under God the sole Proprietor and Pof.
the Law offered for themselves, as feffor of all things, 708, a, s. Gen.
well as the People, but Christ offered 14. 19.
only for the People, 911, a, 22. The Property of long standing in the
Priesthood of Christ was after the Or- World, 361, a, 1.
der of Melchizedec, to which was

Prophecying,
oined the Regal Power, that of Aa.

Four Senfes of this Word, on i
'on was of another Family, of the

Cor. 11.5.
Tribe of Levi. The Priesthood of
Aaron descended from father to Man, 2 Pet. 1. 20, 21. A bad Man

Prophecy came not by the Willof
on ; but Christ, like Melchize-
lec, had no Successor in his Priest

. may have this Gift, 38, b, 24.

Prophecies
ood, but remained a Priest for ever,
leb. 7: 23, 24. In 'Christ, the

Relating to Christ, 5, a, 30. 61,
rieff and Sacrifice were the same; a, 4., 141, b, 9. 142, a, 12, 16.
2 Aaron, they were not the same, 147, 6, 7, 19. 159, b, 18. 232, a,
leb.9. 12. Heb. 10.5,&c.

339, Qy IS, 31. 350, a, 19y
The Priesthood of Christ is an en-
ouragement us to hope for Prophecies relating to the Time of
Tercy, if we truly repent, 1 Joh. Christ's coming, 77, b, so. Dan, a
• 1, 2. And to apply in his Name 24,&c.
or the Supply of all our Wants,

Prophecies fulfilled in Christ,1,a,6,

4, 6, 8. 5,b, 21. 6, b, 5. 61, b, 3,
10.21, 22.
Principality,

17. 114, 8, 17. 147, b, 7, 20. 149.5
This, &c. Names of the several a, 14. 150,a, 10. 152, a, 16, 6, 10,
Orders of good and evil Angels, b, 4. 450, 5, 5! 451, a, 12.

21. 153, a, 14. 154, a, I. 1553
39, b, 5.

Prophecies of our blessed Saviour,
Promises.

many of which are accomplished,
The great Promises of the Gospel, 111, a, 2. 128, b, 34., 142, a, 1.
te remission of Sins, Luki 24. 47 321, a, 3. 432,b, 8. Luk. 19. 41,
"he Gift of the holy Spirit, to affift &c.
ur Obedience, Luk. 11. 13. Joh. 7.
8,39. The Resurrection of the

Prophet.
ody, Joh. 5. 28, 29. Joh. 6. 39, 40.

The Office of a Prophet, on i Cor.
nd Eternal Life, Joh. 3. 16. II. 5. Trophets prayed for the Peo-
im. 4. 8. 1 Joh. 2. 25.

ple, and caught them : Examples,
The Promises of the Gospel, in Gen. 20. 7. Exod. 32. II, de.
:ference to this Life, seem to re-

Numb. 14. 13.

1 Sam. 12. -3, C.
sect only things necessary, and to Thus did our Lord, Luk. 23. 34.
nply this Condition, if the things Joh. 17. 20.
re for our good, Mat. 6. 33. Rom. A Prophet and Teacher styled 2
28. Heb. 13.5,6. on

1 Tim.4.8. Man of God,880, b, 9.
Promises of God to his Servants, God spake to the Prophets in di-
45,a, 23

vers Manners, 901, a, 10.
The Gift of the holy Ghost em People averle to the Instructions
hatically styled the promise of the given by true Prophets, 891, a, 8.
Cather, 343, a, 17.

The Jews persecuted them, 118,
God is able to fulfit his Promises, b, 8.
1,a, ..

There were false Prophets among
The Efice the promises of God the Jews, 128, a, 4.

I had

1

That false Prophets should arise, clef. 6. 1, 2. Honour and Prefer
foretold, 987, b, 15.

ments, 1 Sam. 2. 7, 8. 2 Sam. 12.
We are to beware of false pro- 8. 1 Kings 3. 13. 1 Chron. 29.12.
phets, 37, a, 14. To be known by Pfal. 75. 6. 7. Pfal. 113, 7, 8.
cheir Fruit, Mat. 7. 16. 98.7, b, 15. Love and Favour in the Sight of

A Prophet not honouied in his Men, Gen. 39. 21. Exod. 3. 21.
own Country, 82, b, 8.,

Exod. 12:36. Dan. 1..9. Ads":
To receive a Prophet, what? ơn 10. Successin any Work, the effe&
Mat. 10. 41.

of Divine Providence, Prov. 16.9.
The Prophets were desirous to Divine Providence ofren interpo-
see the great things they prophesied fes with reference to natural Cau.
of, 77, a, 18.

ses; giving Rain, for instance, to
Jesus Christ was a Prophet. He the Obedient, and withholding it
foretold things to come. See Pro. from the Disobedient, $34, a, 1:.
phecies. He foretold his Death and The Fruits of the Earth and plen-
Resurrection, 93, a, 1. He tauglit tiful Seasons the Gift of God, Plal.
the Will of God, 160, 2, 1). 177, 65.9, br. Pfal. 104. 14, 15.
b, 15. 430, a, 19. 901, b, 3. He God may deliver him to Death,
was owned to be a Prophet, 120, 2, 1. whom we may think accidentally
338, a, 11. 387, a, 40.

killed, Exod. 21. 13.
There were Prophets in the Chri. Providence of God towards his
stian Church in the Apostles Times, Servants, Mat. 10.30. 1 Tim.4.
516, a, 8.

1o. expressed by being hid under
See Inspiration, Revelation. his Wings, 127, a, ul. He bas a
Propitiation.

particular Care of the Righteous,
Jesus Christ the Propitiation for 975, a, 23. All things, even Am.
our Sins, 6c6, a, 7.

etions, ordered for the good of
Profelytes,

those who love God, 627, a, 18.
Among the Jews were of two

We should rely upon Providenci,
forts, on Acts 13. 16.

32, b, 18. We must not tempt
Profperity

Providence, by running unneceffa.

rily into Dangers, Mat 4.6, 7.
Expressed by being Blessed, Gen.

The Influence which the Confi-
24. 35. Gen. 30.39.
The Prosperous fhould take heed have upon us.

deration of Divine Providence fhould

To commit the
that they do not forget God, Deut: keeping of our Souls to him in
6.10, &c. Deut. 8. 7, br. and well-doing, 1 Pet. 4. 19. It shouid
that they be not too secure, Pfal. teach us to acknowledge God in all
30. 6,7
Some have been deftroyed by 3. To trust in him in all Dan-

our Ways, Prov. 3. 5,6. Prov. 16.
their Prosperity, Prov. 1: 32.
Providence

gers, Pfal. 23. 4. - 518, b, 12.

li fhould excite our Trust in Pray.
Extends to all Creatures, for er, Eph. 3. 20. and our Dependence
whom God provides Food, Mat. 19: on his Promiles, Rom. 4. 20, 21.
29,&c. 33, b, 2. 874, a, 2. Divine

Psalms.
Providence disposeth all things; Life
and Health, 2 Sam. 12. 16, br.

Of finging Pfalms and Hymns to
Pfal. 104.29. Acts 17. 28. Gifts God, 722, a, 3.
and Parts of the Mind, Exod. 35.

Punishments.
30, &c. Exod. 36.1,66 1 King. God more ready to Pardoa than
3.9, 12. Jam. 1. s. Wealth and to punijn, Ezek. 18. 23. Ezek. 33.!!
Riches, Gen. 32. 9. Deur 8. 18.

Punishments will be difpenced x-
Job 1. 11. Ecclef. 5. 18,19. Ec- cording to the Means and Oppor-

tunities

I

tunities People have had, or might Reason not a sufficient Guide to
have had,of knowing and doing the enable us to determine concerning
Will of God, Mat. 11. 20, br. Mar. spiritual Things, Mar. 13.55, 56.
6.11.

Mar. 16. 14, 22. Mat, 22, 29. Luk.
Of the Eternity of future Peso 24. 45. Joh. 9.16.
mijloments, See Hell.

Reconciliation.
Purification

We are reconciled to God by Je.
Of Women after Child-bearing, sus Christ, 611, b, 23.
234, b, 1.

Of being reconciled to those who
Purity.

have offended us, Mat. 5.23, 24.
God requires purity of Heart,

Redemption,
440, b, 21. 863, b, 12. Mat. 5. 8. The Purchase of Christ's Blood,
I Tim. 3. 9.

560, b, 32. What this should teach
Unto the Pure, all things are pure, us, 560, b, 36.
how to be understood, on Tit. I. Redemption is universal, Ifa. 53.6.
15. See Holiness, Righteousness, Sanéti Rom. 3. 32. 2 Cor. 5. 14, 15. L
fication.

Tim. 2. 6. 996, b, 16.
Q.

Redemption is from the Guilt and

Power of Sin, 526, a, 16. 561, a,
Quarrelling

27. Pfal. 103. 3. Pfal. 130.7, 8.
And Brawling condemned, Col, Of the Day of Redemption,794,8,15.
3. 13. Tit 3. 2.
Quietness.

Regeneration,
To study to be quiet, a Duty, Word is used figuratively, to express

Or the being born again. This
1 Thef. 4.11. 2 Thess. 3. 12.

the mighty and thorough Change

which is wrought in all crue Chri-
R.

ftians, Joh. 3:3, 5.
Race.

Regeneration expressed by bei
A Christian's Life compared to a ing born of God, by being
Race, 701, b, 7.

born again, by becoming new
Racha,

Creatures, by the renewing of the
The Meaning of the Word, on

holy Ghost, 354,6,4. By having a

new Heart, and a new Spirit, Ezek.
Railing.

36. 26. By circumcision of the

Heart, Rom. 2. 29. By being re-
Reviling and bad Language not newed in the Spirit of the Mind,
.:0 be used, on Jude, ver. 9.

Eph. 4. 23. By Repentance and
Rain

Conversion, Acts 3. 19.
And fruitful Seasons dispensed We must resemble God in his
by Way of Reward, and with-held moral Perfections, his Holiness,
by Way of Punishment, 534, a, 12. Goodness, Justice, Truth, &c. 26,
Reason.

a, 24. Sug, a, 14. 084, a, 26.
We ought to use our Reason in Of the new and holy Life which
Matters of Religion, on i Cor. 2.

Christians are to live, 614, 2, 1.645,
14. 706, b, 22. But we must not b, 11. 659, a, 33.
rust coo much to it, Deut. 12. 8. Regeneration afcribed to the Holy
Prov. 3.5. Prov. 14. 12.

Spirit as the principal Cause there
Our blessed Lord reasoned out of of, Joh. 3. 5. Tit. 3. 5. God pro-
che Scriptures, proving the Refur- mifed to write his Laws in the
rection, Mat 22.31, &c. The Apo- Hearts of his People, 741, b. 3.
zles realoned out of them, 574, To the Word of God as a Means,
lg 24.

909, b, 16. To the Minifters of
Nn

Chrift

Pet. 3.4.

Mat. 5. 22.

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