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Atonement, importance of the doctrine, Believing that our sins are forgiven, nos
justifying faith, iii. 92. and passim.
parts of New-England, i. 32.
iii. 363. and how, ü. 274–277. ü. his death and funeral, i. 39.
- his directions how to profit by a pe.
Benevolence of God, i. 342.
not of the essence of faith, iii. 81 461
Blessings of the gospel conditional, i.
- temporal, all the fruits of Christ's
of considered, i. 222. 234—236. Blameworthiness of the sinner, denial of,
- gives encouragement to all sinners to
return to God, i, 386.
Boston, Mr. on the two covenants,
scheme of, ü. 242. Note.
Backsliders, to return to God, how, i.
Calvinistic doctrines, whether they tend
the means of grace, considered, üi,
Carnal mind, enmity of, proved, iü. 304,
Character of the persons addressed in
Christ the second Adam, i. 309. 315.
- intercession of, i. 374.
the covenant of grace only, ii. 161. 528
has made satisfaction to divine jus-
in Christ, i. 103. and rewarded, ibid. Christ's death, designed not to procure
ment of it, i, 121. but to fulfil all the
demands of the law, \. 12%.
lives of men,
Christ's death, not to lessen the evil of Covenant of grace, blessings of, what,
bin, i. 377. nor to draw forth the love i. 450.
is conditional, ii. 246. iii. 113.
before we are entitled to its blessings,
has been uniformly a term of commu- none else, iii. 278.
God and man, iii. 420.
- seal of, may be applied to infants, iii.
considered, i. 533. on the day of Penticost, iii 156. their
profession, what, iii. 159. their eviden-
grace,' what, iii. 160.
iii. 211. 415.
to enjoy its blessings, iii. 228.
sincerity is insufficient, iii. 435..
iii. 416. 433. pretending to do it is wil-
Covenant with Abraham, a covenant of
was conditional, iïi. 228.
ously dedicated to God, what, iï. 186. ditional, what, iii. 230. and passim.
the Lord's property, why, iii. 464. - required faith and holy obedience, iii.
cessary to assurance of an interest in - circumcision the seal of it, iïi. 132.
baptism the seal of the same cove.
- it promised eternal life to them that
false, what, i. 252, 253. Note. faith entitled Abraham to its bles.
right, no proof of orthodoxy, iii. 365. Covenant, graceless, none existing be.
tween God and man, iji. 155. 207.400.
use of it a proof of gracelessness
will be laid aside when religion is
revived, iii. 370.
derstood by Mr. Mather, iii. 126.
- essentially different from the
vague and unintelligible, iii. 168.
Covenant, external, not a means of con- Covenant, half-way, absurdity of, iri. S9S.
effects of, what, ii 411.
practised upon, iii 414. 432.
in the world, i. 420.
and why, iü. 358.
of admission into it, iii. 150. none
of the covenant, iii. 205, 206.
- duty of, towards baptised persons,
what, iii. 469.
Creation, account of, ii. 53.
and reconciliation, ü. 309.
- displays the Divine perfections and
Creed, apostles', so called, very ancient,
- articles of, what, ibid.
belief of, implies, what, ü. 341.
- Christian communities have a right
unregenerate persons improper foundation of love to God, ü. 351.
fit and worthy subjects of it, iii. 445. case with Uriah, consisted in, what,
- conduct of, what, 501.
sets aside the command of Christ, Death threatened to Adam, temporal,
spiritual, and eternal, i. 305.
all transgressors, iji. 276.
Death, preparation for, what is im-
Edwards, President, the author's opinion
does design and act to promote it, ii. 368.
Election, personal and absolute, i. 390.
creatures, inconsistent with the good- 332.
vers, i. 397. ïïi. 279. and passim.
Enlightened sinners invited to come to
Christ, iii. 109.
Enmity against God and Christ the
same, üi. 320.
in their departure from God, and our enemy, ü. 293.
whether we are enemies only to
- in what this enmity and contrariety
Encouragement to return to God,
through Christ, ground of, ij. 263,
Encouragement to all sinners to return
respecting infant baptism, and the faith of, i. 445.
Abrahamic covenant, what, iii. 356. - delusions of, i. 446.
sinners, under the strivings of the - false pretensions of, to inspiration and
extraordinary sanctity, i, 50.
unregenerate, in the use of means,
bability of success attended, iii. 259.
just and glorious, i. 201.
actly coincides with the, considered, Examination, self, how to be perform-
ed, i. 267,
public creeds, what, iii. 374. 381. Excellency of the Divine nature, the
Excellence, moral, not amiable but adi-
Existence, whether' a blessing, consi-
Exhortations, and promises of the gos-
pel, a view of, iü. 248.
- certain connexion between the first
pecting Divine illumination, what, ii. and the enjoyment of its blessings, üi.
Bxperiences, difference of in the un., Foreordination, il. 32.
Forgetfulness of God, criminality of
what, üïi 462.
Forgiveness, a spirit of, necessary to
our being forgiven, ii. 445.
and salvation, i. 107. 125. jj. 54.
to God through Christ, i. 399. üi. 109:
God, his infinite understanding display-
his infinite power, i. 73.
- bis infinite purity and holiness, i. 77.
- his impartial justice, i. 82. Ü. 391.
- his infinite goodness, i. 84.
displayed in the gift of his son,
and spirit, i. 85. ij. 523.
in his providence, i. 86.
- his truth and faithfulness, i. 92.
his sovereignty vindicated, i. 87.
- his love of holiness and hatred of in-
iquity, how manifested, i. 80.
the world, what, i 90.
- the display of his own perfections, i.
not merely the happiness of his
objection to this stated and an-
self, ii. 203 321 404.
obedience, reasonable, i. 78. iii. 457.
mean and contemptuous thoughts of
- in what sense grieved by the wicked-
ness of men, ii. 157 ii 509.
the good of the system, i. 511. (See
the supreme good, ii. 427-432.
reconcileable to the world, i. 399.
- willing to be reconciled to all that
priority of regeneration to faith, what, ii. 432.
- justifier of all them that believe in
God's love, greatness of, manifested, i.
338. ii. 218.
festad, i. 297.