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| Chat. I
Satan's Malice, Power, 'Cruelty, and Diligence. !
*. ..Hois. "Chaos, si 't!! !)
that Malice. The Greatness of it proved ; and Instances of that
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him with the knowledg of Adam in Innocency, and by his Titles.
knowledg of our Thoughts. How far he doth not know them, and
Power arened from thence. Of Wonders. Whether Satan can do
Chap 6. .
Being of Spirits and Devils handled. The Sadducees Opinion dif-
7 Chap 8..
ons proving Satan to be deceitful : And of the Reasons why he makes
to Sin. His first general Rule. The Consideration of our Condition,
Chap 1ọ. .
. . . ... .. Chap 12. . . . . . . . . . .
posibility of this, and the manner. of accomplishing it directly, Seve-
L ': Chap. 13; .
His policies for diverting our Thoughts. His attempts to that pur.
pose, is his finishing of Sin, in its reiteration and aggravation. His
, Chap 15.
his Pofesion; and for that purpose, his keeping us from going to the
| Chap. 16. .
his feigned Departure. (1.) By ceasing the prosecution of his design,
of his displeasure against Religious Duties. His first design against
the manner of undertaking, and how he effects this. (2.) In the
* Chap 2.
of Error. (1.) From his own power of Spiritual fascination. That
. Chap 3
the Understanding directly: which be doth (1.) by countenancing:
C. Chap 4
working upon the Understanding indirectly by the Affections. This
bribing the Affections with Rewards, or forcing them by Fears.
(1.) From bis Malice. (2.) From the concernment of Peace to
. Chap 6. .
posures of Spirit. These Discomposures explained : by Mewing,
and Burtben of them, in several Particulars. What are Ways by
that course. *4. Frightful Motions to Sin. 5. Strong imniediate
the Degrees of Spiritual Sadness. 2. Of the frequency of this