that from our Inclination to Society, and from
the Nature and Condition of humane Society
there arifes a neceffity of five Vertues to our
everlasting Happineß, p. 135,137, &c. first,
Charity, p. 138, 139, &c. fecondly, Juftice,
p. 148, 149, &c. thirdly, Peaceableness,
p.156, 157, &c. fourthly, Modefty, p. 163,
164, &c. fifthly, Courtefie, p. 167,168, &c.
CHA P. IV.
Concerning the Inftrumental Duties of
the Chriftian Life, which is the fecond fort
of Means neceffary to our obtaining of Hea-
ven, as they are necessary to our acquiring and
perfecting the Chriftian Vertues; in order to
the better Diftribution of which, Man is con-
fidered under a threefold Respect to the Chri-