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these things in the hearts and spi-
rits of believers

the designs and ways of Satan,
and of all the adversaries of be-
lievers: and that they can do no
more, nor proceed further against
us, than God permits. He turns
about their purposes

Cons. IV. That God orders and de-
termines the measure, manner,
time, and continuance of afflic-
tions and persecutions; and that
according to our necessities
Cons. V. That God doth sometimes
make enemies and persecutors
themselves to attest the saints'
innocency when they suffer; and
will surely avenge them of their
adversaries

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Cons. VI. That God will comfort,
uphold, and preserve his, in all
their troubles, and not lay more
upon them than they can bear
See common calamities, chap. xxi.
Cons. VII. That the righteous are

near and dear to God in Christ;
so that he takes notice of their
afflictions and troubles; and is
said to be persecuted and afflicted
in their persecutions, &c.

ib.

First. The Holy Ghost affirms it ib. See union and relation between Christ
Secondly. The saints have been
so exercised

1. From God more immediately

II. From men, by persecutions

First. From wicked men, hea-
thens

and his church, chap. xiii.
Cons. VIII. That the greater the
afflictions and distresses of the
righteous have been, the more
wonderful have their deliver-
ances been and then hath sal-
vation appeared in their extre-
mity

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Secondly. From hypocritical pro-
fessors, men zealous of the
law and traditions
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Sect. 11. For what ends God doth

correct his children, and suffer

them to be persecuted

I. To exercise and try their faith

and obedience

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Twelfthly. Of laying on of hands
upon the several occasions, and to

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the several ends in scripture men-
tioned
Thirteenthly. Of the several ordi-
nances of Christ to be observed in
and by the churches of Christ,
and elsewhere

Ord. I. Prayers

See more in prayers and praising at
large, chap. xiv.

Ord. II. Reading, teaching, preach-
ing of the word of God, prophe-
sying

ib.

See more of ministers in general, and of

gifts of church members, chap. xxiv.

See of the word of God, chap. i.

358

Ord. III. Baptism

Ord. IV. Breaking of bread, or

the Lord's supper

359

Ord. V. Discipline, church cen-

sures, or removing of scandals 360

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CHAP. L. Of blasphemies

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CHAP. LI. Of Israel's murmurings

CHAP. LI. Of diligence in our callings 449
CHAP. LIII. Of voices, dreams, and visi-
ons, by which God declared his mind
of old
CHAP. LIV. Of the call and commission

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tianity, and difficulty of being a
Christian indeed

CHAP. XLV. Of time or opportunity
for spiritual improvement; not to be
neglected

of the apostles, equal

CHAP. LV. Of Israel's return from the
countries into which they are scat-
tered

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CHAP. XLVI. Of the signs of the end
of the world

CHAP. XLVII. Encouragements to hope
in, and cry to God, when our case
seems desperate
CHAP. XLVIII. God takes notice of the

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CHAP. LVI. Of the seventh day, and

the laws about it: and the change to

the first day of the week

CHAP. LVII. Of Usury

CHAP. LVIII. Of Envy, hatred, emula-
tion, discontent, strife
CHAP. LIX. Of murder, and the taking
away of the life of man

CHAP. LX. Of adulteries

CHAP. LXI. Of fornication and lascivi-

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