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THE TWELFTH VOLUME.
XPIETOAOгIA: OR, A DECLARATION OF THE GLORIOUS MYSTERY OF THE
PERSON OF CHRIST.
Peter's confession; Matt. xvi. 16. Conceits of the Papists thereon. The sub-
stance and excellency of that confession
Opposition made unto the church as built on the person of Christ
The person of Christ the most ineffable effect of divine wisdom and goodness.
Thence the next cause of all true religion. In what sense it is so ..............
The person of Christ the foundation of all the counsels of God
The person of Christ the great representative of God and his will
The person of Christ the great repository of sacred truth. Its relation there-
Power and efficacy communicated unto the office of Christ for the salvation of
the church from his person
The faith of the church under the Old Testament in and concerning the person
Honour due to the person of Christ; the nature and causes of it
The principle of the assignation of divine honour unto the person of Christ, in
both the branches of it; which is faith in him
Obedience unto Christ; the nature and causes of it
The especial principle of obedience unto the person of Christ; which is love.
Its truth and reality vindicated
The nature, operations, and causes of divine love, as it respects the person of
Motives unto the love of Christ
Conformity unto Christ, and following his example
An humble inquiry into, and prospect of, the infinite wisdom of God, in the con-
stitution of the person of Christ, and the way of salvation thereby
Other evidences of divine wisdom in the contrivance of the work of redemption,
in and by the person of Christ, in effects evidencing a condecency thereunto 257
The nature of the person of Christ, and the hypostatical union of his natures de-
The exaltation of Christ; with his present state and condition in glory during
the continuance of his mediatory office..
The exercise of the mediatory office of Christ in heaven.
MEDITATIONS AND DISCOURSES ON THE GLORY OF CHRIST.
Preface to the reader...
Father, I will that they also whom thou hast given me, be with me where I am:
that they may behold my glory, which thou hast given me.-John xvii. 24. 365
The glory of the person of Christ, as the only representative of God unto the
The glory of Christ in the mysterious constitution of his person
The glory of Christ in his susception of the office of a mediator. First in his
The glory of Christ in his love......
The glory of Christ in the discharge of his mediatory office
The glory of Christ in his exaltation, after the accomplishment of the work of
mediation in this world..
Representations of the glory of Christ under the Old Testament
The glory of Christ in bis intimate conjunction with the church
The glory of Christ in the communication of himself unto believers
The glory of Christ in the recapitulation of all things in him.
Differences between our beholding the glory of Christ by faith in this world,
and by sight in heaven. The first of them explained
The second difference between our beholding the glory of Christ by faith in
this world, and by sight in heaven.....