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Death, preparation for, what is im-
Decreeing the everlasting misery of his
- under condemnation while unbelie
Delight in God, true and false, what, Election sermon, i. 517.
Depravity of man, i. 200.
in their departure from God, and
in their resisting the spirit of grace,
Depravity, total, definition of, iii. 237.
Enlightened sinners invited to come to
Enmity against God and Christ the
Enmity against God, whether arisiug
- whether we are enemies only to
in what this enmity and contrariety
Devotedness to God, what, i. 193, 194.- criminality of it, iii. 313.
reasonableness of, i. 276. 285.
obligations to do it, what, i. 460.
Difficulties of believing the gospel, from
Discipline, church, not maintained by
- is different from weak faith, ii. 195.
Dunlop, Mr. his decisions respecting
- motives from which it must be done,
- the measure of which God requires
Edwards, President, sentiments of, res
Evidences of revelation, external, insuf
- standard by which, i. 269.
foundation of moral obligation, i. 127.
Experiences, difference of in the un- Foreordination, ii. 32.
converted, i. 422.
Fall of Adam foreknown, i. 307. and
man's doplorable state by it, i. 333.
- reflections of the elect angels upon
Fall of angels and men wisely permitted
-to display his own perfections, i. 90.
ii. 78. 82. 169.
Faith, saving, nature of, i. 426.
definition of, ii. 303.
-consists in, what, i. 434.
various senses of, i. 436.
-not a persuasion that Christ died for
-fruits of, what, i, 435. 438.
- perpetuity of, i. 440.
-unites to Christ, i. 456. ii. 239. 272.
- is before justification, iii. 80.
Faith of the legal hypocrite, what, i.
- of the evangelical hypocrite, what, i.
Faith, self-righteous, what, ii. 240.
Faith, appropriating, mistakes about,
226. 250. iii. 100. 107.
Forgetfulness of God, criminality of,
Forgiveness, a spirit of, necessary to
God, his infinite understanding display-
his infinite power, i. 73.
his infinite wisdom, i. 74. ii. 34.
displayed in the gift of his son,
in his providence, i. 86.
his truth and faithfulness, i. 92,
his sovereignty vindicated, i. 87.
- his last end in creating and governing
-the display of his own perfections, i.
not merely the happiness of his
objection to this stated and an-
to be loved for what he is in him-
ii.worthy of being loved and obeyed, i.
doctrine of, dangerous, iii. 112.
Faith required of the Israelites, what,
Faith of miracles, what, iii. 116.
Faith, true and counterfeit, difference:
Filial frame of spirit, peculiar to be-
Finite beings, mutable and peccable,
- incapable of making atonement for
Flavel, Mr. his notions respecting the
Forbearance of God to a sinful world,
Foreknowledge of God, i. 340.
connected with foredetermination,
his claims to our homage, love, and
- mean and contemptuous thoughts of
will overrule it to his own glory, and
the supreme good, ii, 427-432.
reconcileable to the world, i. 390.
- willing to be reconciled to all that
- justifier of all them that believe in
God's love, greatness of, manifested, i.
God, new character of revealed in the
- a sense of it, a cure for false no-
declarative glory of God, whether
Gospel, definition of, ii. 340..
nature and design of, to make men
a transcript of the Divine nature,i.374.
nature of, what, ii. 340.
- its offers and encouragements to sin-
calls us to love that character of God,
Government of God, wisdom and recti-
tude of, ii. 114. 175.
the joy of holy beings, ii. 112–117.
his government of the world consi-
Grace, free, the only ground of hope
common, resisted, i. 230-236.
extent of, i. 421.
different measures of, ibid.
restraining, i. 216.
discriminating, i. 239.
sovereignty of, i. 238.
rules for determining and ascer-
false experiences, what, i. 421.
common and special grace different,
Happiness of creatures, whether God's
Heathen, their moral state, means of
under the law, and bound to render
-bound to love God with all the heart,
their ignorance inexcusable, i. 166.
Heaven, a title to, obtained by faith in
preparation for, consists in a holy
its blessedness described, ii. 87.
displayed in the sufferings of Christ,
- in his punishing the wicked, i 343.
Hopkins, Dr. notions of, respecting the
doings of the unregenerate, what, iii.
deceptions of, what, i. 445.
Guilt of the damned ever increasing, i. Idolatry, prevalence of, after the flood,
i. 412. iii. 804.
Illumination, spiritual, nature and ne-
necessity of, i. 426. 431.
peculiar to the saved, ii 506.
effects of, what, ii. 510.
is the beginning of spiritual, and
Inability, moral, criminal and punish-
extent of, i. 226.
nature of, what, ii. 496.
consequences of denying it, what,
Jews, dealings of God towards them
- unbelief and disobedience of, ibid.
ment of the holiness of the moral
- preparatory to the Christian dispen-
-source of, what, ii. 425.
Justice of God, i. 82. 343.
punitive justice, nature of, i. 346.
Judgment, final, described, ii. 84.
reflections of angels and saints up-
Indignation of God against sin, reason-Justification by free grace, doctrine of,
ableness of, ii. 359.
Indwelling sin, in believers, i. 246.
of the Spirit in do. i. 449.
Infants, baptised, whether members of
— inexcusable in their disobedience and
their receiving the law upon mount
their unbelief, and its consequences,
- designs of God, in his dealigs to-
how they obtained pardon, ii. 444.
Irresistible grace, necessary to conver-
Invitations of God, the ground of a
i. 356. iii. 79.
manner of, what, ii 410.
by faith alone, i. 457. not by man's
impossible by works of law, i. 123.
- by works, how understood, iii. 48.
nature of, and what implied in it,
fruits of, what, iii. 66.
- is not believing that to be true which
is not believing that our sins are for-
illustrated in twenty-four particulars,
- is not an act of the unregenerate
Knowledge, importance of, ii. 75.
- a source of endless and increasing fe-
Knowledge of our guilty and helpless
— errors of Pelagians, Socinians, and
Law of God, duties required in it, what,
extent of its requirements, i. 143.
threatenings of, what, i. 120. 159.
repentance presupposes a love and
fulfilled by Christ, how, i. 358. this
the rule of life to the believer, ii.
is perfect, requiring sinless obedi-
submission to, necessary, in order to
antecedently to a consideration of
approbation of, necessary to our
objection answered, ii. 362.
Laws of God display his goodness, i. 84.
view of it as given on Mount Sinai,
uses of, what, ibid.
requirements of, what, iii. 17, 18.
- devotedness to him, i. 64. [See de-
motives from which true love to God
from his infinite amiableness, i. 67.
from his command and authority,
-measure of love to God, what is re-
Love to God, obligation to it binding,
infinitely, i. 99.
- eternally, i. 108.
unchangeably, i. 109.
the foundation of all religion, ii. 266.
- fruits and effects of, what, i. 138.
promises life on condition of sinless-primary and chief motive that ought
obedience, iii. 18. 19.
- threatens eternal damnation for eve-
by the deeds of it, no flesh justified,
Israelites obliged to approve of it,
to induce us to love, what, ii. 200, 201.
Love, true, distinguished from self-love,
counterfeit, its nature and effects
-to our neighbour, i. 179. [See neigh-