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Relative duties, extent and importance hinder the happiness of creatures
but are founded in the nature o
pleasures of, unspeakable, iii. 490. Note.
- exalteth a nation, how, i. 519.
Righteousness of Christ, the ground of
- safety of trusting in it, iïi. 107. 109.
why, ii. 389.
to be objects of our complacency and
Salvation by free-grace, i. 330-332. ij.
-- way of for sinners, what, ij. 309.
tion, faith, and conversion, i. 431. Sanctification, what, i. 274–279.
of our good estate, ï. 115. 274. iij. 85.
397. Note. iii. 427.
about forgiveness being before re-
pentance, i, 294.
about the impropriety of exhorta-
tions to sinners, ii. 538. Note. iii. 252.
Satan, agency of, in the fall of man,
what, ii. 56. 341.
whether without Divine permis-
than we have power to perform, con- tempter to sin, ii. 487.
suggestions of, what, i. 490.
tations to succeed with our first pa-
351. [See atonement.]
illustrated, ii. 100. Note. 103. consists in obeying the preceptive
part of the law, as well as in suffer.
ing it, their own faolt, i. 164. 419 obedience.]
mere will and law of God, nor from creeds are to be formed, ii. 371, 374.
Scripture, directions for understanding Sin, wisest and best for the system, ií.
- objections answered, ii. 39--109.
but permitted for good ends, ii. 159.
- the great evil of, arises from, what,
ii. 498. 501.
consists in this, that it is against
- a sense of the great evil of, necessa-
different from true religion, and the a sense of this, is in proportion to
the sense of our obligations, iii. 499.
tendency of, to dethrone the majes.
ty of heaven, ii. 353. iii. 505. and to
destroy the good of the moral sys-
tem, iï. 510.
great evil of, will be proved at the
final judgment, iii. 514. 522.
slight and imperfect ideas of, enter-
to be feared as the greatest evil, iii.
Singer, definition of the term, iii. 270.
ing the admission of members into i. 153.
impenitent, deplorable. state of,
pointed out, iii. 70.
God's not interfering to prevent it, a i. 335.
a dispensation of mercy and grace,
be damned, ii. 322. Note.
Sovereignty of grace, i. 258.
displayed in election, i. 490. [See
consequences of lessening the evil of Sovereign grace, the only ground of
hope, as to a sinner's conversion, iii.
Socinians, doctrines and errors of, what,
wisdom of God in the, ii. 12–27. ry, why, i. 162. 218.
special influences of, necessary,
why, i. 96.
saving influences af, supernatur :
Spirit, Holy, strivings of, with all gospel
resistance of, the cause of His Vubelievers under condemnation and
the curse of the law. i. 123. 335. ii.
Unconditional salvation, doctrine of,
ous, ii. 477.
Unconditional submission, considered, ii.
96. Nor to believe a lie, ü. 259. - no qualifications necessary for enter-
Unction, spiritual, what, i. 130. ii. 500.
Universal salvation, does not follow from
upiversal atonement, i. 397.
i. 381. ed, ii. 100.
doned before the death of Christ, i. ful and odious, i. 222.
moral state of, i. 223. iii. 59.
- duty of, to strive in the use of means,
i 423. ij 258. in what manner, i.
424. with what views, ibid.
sings promised in the gospel, iii. 248.
reasons why, iii. 256. yet they are
required to seek, iii. 256. Note.
387. iii. 318.
nature of their prayers, what, ii.
whether they render them more
whether required by God, iii. 241.
whether any thing short of holiness
is required, iii. 244.
nanting, iü. 222.
utmost endeavours of, insufficient to
church covenanting, iï. 218.
tion of God, i. 102. Ü 413.
with infinite goodness, ii. 414.
lieve them, and whether we believe pecting baptism of adults, ii. 355,
Virtue, false notions of, entertained by
selfish, ungodly men, iji. 519.
World, system of, the present the best,
ii. 35. 43. 98.
sooner, ü. 141.
other a, ticles of, what, iii. 428.
creating and governing the world, iï. Youths commanded to remember their
creator, iii. 449.
mance of this, ü 476.
temper and temptations of, what,
works, and designs, i. 95 ii 49 337.
IN D E X
TO THE PRINCIPAL TEXTS ILLUSTRATED AND EXPLAINED
IN THE WHOLE WORK.
i. 75 xi 23, 24. . 254. jjj. 116) ix. 22.
i. 252xiv. 23.
X. 5, 6.
vi. 8. iii. 503, note. xiv. 21.
i. 453. HEBREWS.
xi. 6. i. 169. note
i. 201 viji. 7. iii. 503. note.
i. 284. 407
In accordance with the opinion of several Divines, words,
In this work, the writings of Dr. Bellamy are consolidated :
Volume 2, page
Volume 1, page 117, line 21 from top, for delude, read deluded.
296, line 7 from top, for if, read is.
7, line 13 from top, for accountable, read unaccountabk.
521, line 27 from top, for as man, read that a man,
247, line 22 from top, for man, read men.