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Grifections and might; but loving our selves, our 38 ad Pealures, or profics, or credit before him; in
ordinate secring our minds and affections on other chiogs besides God. 9. Want of zeal and forwardnesse co promote his Glory: Lukewarmneffe, indifferency in the things of God; not sorrowing for those raigning fins whereby his honour is eclipsed. 10. Noc fearing God so as to keep from any wilful offending of him ; cimorosaesse; fearing man more than God, by committing fin to shun fome outward suffering. 11. Nor rejoycing in God, nor in his waies and Worships councing his waies grievous and burdensom: Apostacizing from him, forsaking his Worship and Service. 12. Presuming groundleffely on his mercy, while we go on in any
wilful fin; or despairing of ic, so, as to neg. * lect dury. 13. Uochankfulnesse for those
great mercies he hach so freely bestowed up. on us ; not acknowledging them, or letting them lip by, without any regard or notice; being coo ape co ascribe Gods blesfings to our deserts or endeavours ; sacrificing to our own net, to our own wit or parcs, nor ascribing kall Glory to God.. 14. Insensiblenesse under his judgments, or discontent at his dispensacions ; Impacience ander his Facherly chastisements ; not accepting che punishnenc of our iniquities withoui murmaring or repi
549 “cher inwardly in our minds, or outwardly in
ning; not amending by his corrections, bret
spiricual and most pure Being, without any vi
- The third Commandment requires we
« & encire all such religious Worship and Online
Dirittions to the skik. Chaquy Chap.19: Directions to the Stck.
:: 548 "ther fainting, despairing, and charging Wo "any kind of Image or likenesle of any creafoolichly. 15. Not yeelding such as create whatsoever; or worshipping of the one
and univerfal obedience to him as regras Good initand by it. 4. Worshipping of God "boch in heart and life. 16. Nor harin any way not agreeable to his Nature, and not "high and an adoring efteem of God, mai " warranted by his Word; which requires he "cording as our vilenesle and his infinite forney with uprightnesse and fincerity; he being a of meaning our felves hambly before him, ar le should be worshipped in Spirit and Truth, “ fing excellencies do require
« The second Commandment themselene "Gible form or fhape: Therefore all formality, and requires the observing and keeping per "that which he cannot away withi
ner how the true God must be wipe un piritualoesse, and meer bodily Worship is (ward Idolatry is opposed to the first Car and glorious Name of God, and that all his
naoces as he bath appointed in his Word "hould honour and reverence the most holy is himself hach appoinced: Therefore leaving by, be holily and reverently used by us. This s is to be worshipped only in that way thrz" ver else he is pleafd to make known bimself mandment, outward to this. The trae Cy "Titles, Attributes, Ordinances, or whate.
trous and superstitious Worshippers of Commandment seems to have regard princi“vengefull indignation against all falle Worlat felves for his honour in all the common affairs
fervent zeal for his own Worthip, and are Thip of God, i. t, the right carriage of our i The sins against this Commandment en ligion) so far forth as we have any thing to icons. 2. Making any Images for a religie 1.Light & irreverent using & naming the name rufe either of the true God or of falle. 3. M. " of God, Deut.28.5 8. Not fearing this glorious « king any representacion of God; of all, and fearful Name, the Lord thy God. 2. Cu
" pally to that which we call the common Wor'
she cals haters of him; and exprelles a mi
" of our life ( as well as in the exercises of Re« do with him therein. « The fins against this Commandment are,
" as being spiricual whoredom.
. All will-worship, superstition o osing the Ordinances of God by mans inves?
" Atomary swearing, and in ordinary communi
"any of the Three: Persons in the Trinity;
“ther inwardly in our minds, or outwardly in any kind of Image or likenesle of any crearure whatsoever ; er worshipping of it, or
God inic and by it.: 4. Worshipping of God “any way not agreeable to his Nature, and not “ warranted by his Word; which requires he ** should be worshipped in Spirit and Truth, s with uprightnesse and fincerity; he being a « spiritual and most pure Being, without any vi" lible form or fhape: Therefore all formality, “unfpiricualoesle, and meer bodily Worship is “that which he cannot away with..
« The third Commandment requires we s should honour and reverence the most holy si and glorious Name of God, and that all bis "Titles, Attribuces, Ordinances, or whate
ver else he is pleafd to make known bimself sby, be holily and reverently used by us. This " Commandment seems to have regard princi
pally to that which we call the common Wor hip of God, ii e, the right carriage of our s felves for his honour in all the common affairs s of our life ( as well as in che exercises of Re<ligion) so far forth as we have any thing to do with him cherein. « The fins against this Commandment aré, 1.Light & irreverent using & naming the name of God, Deut.28.58. Noc fearing this glorious
and fearful Name, the Lord thy God. 2. Cu** ftomary swearing, and in ordinary communi
" carion. Directions to the Sicki
on 8. Unlawful act as the
Somach of the duties commanded and fins
with such atrae unfeigned love as our felves, wohen
550 Directions to the sick. Ch Chap
551 “cation. 3. Swearing fally, or per and drioking ; visicing, a day of sports and re
noc swearing in truth, judgment and to "Creations, which alienate the mind more from cousnesse, Fer. 4.2. when lawfully "God than the ordinary labɔurs of our callings. i thereunto. 4. Blaspheming
. s. Cap Nor taking care that those under your 16. Charms and Exorcisms. 7. Pra charge do san&ifie the day and keep it holy to to warrancable vowes. 9. Calling asli "nivance, and ill example encouraging them in Fi with our lips, when our hearts are being the prophanation of it.
« The fourth Commandment remis i forbidden in the firft Table, to keeping holy to God such ser cins The second Table enjoyns the duties of Charity * appointed in his Word; exprellyok and Fuftice towards our Neighbow. Against “day in seven to be a Sabbath so this we fin, when we do not love our neighborys “ Lord.
« The fins against chis Commandment we do not so deal with them, as we defore tbey should "1. Not preparing for ic by taking carely deal with us. achat we may be more free and fit for examving of thac honour and performing chose du"ly employments and servile works; exam places, and which we mucually owe in out “ing necessary and charicable offices contain a several relacions, as Inferiours , Superiours,
ties of the day. 2. Nor relting from Teo! "ties which belong to every one in their several “of, or a carelesle heartlesle performance atin not only nacural Parents, but all Saperiours in
beasts, to our felves or others. 3. No " Equals. By Father and Mother are meant, 6 fanctification of ic. 4. Being wearyd "Ordinance are over us in place of authority, “Sabbath, not delighcing in it, nor checks "whether in Family, Charch, or Common “ofic, but wishing it were gone. * worldly discourse, making it a day of cam "fare, 1. Noc paying them due reverence in
“The fifth Commandment requires the si
“dispatch and dispose our worldly babere
"age and gifts, and especially such as by Gods
private and publick duties that concern
"The Sins of Inferiours against Superiours,
relt, of fearing, jollicy, immoderate enda "heart, word and behaviour. 2. The
"ning the day by Idlenesse, vain thought
envy "sing it were gone. Si
3. Swearing bij « and drinking ; visicing, a day of sports and reuring in truch, juga.. creacions,
which alienate the mind inore from Fer.4.2
when It God than the ordinary labours of our callings. 0. 4.
Blasphemiz, “6. Not taking care that those under our mis and Exorcisas ; " charge do sanctifie che day and keep is holy to Scripture. 18, Virere the Lord, but by our carelesseneffe
, or conle vowes.
Carnivance, and ill example encouraging them in ps, when our best the prophanation of it.
So much of the duties cornmanded and lins 'th Commandment forbidden in the first Table,
to God lych leca The second Table enjoyns the duties of Charity ca to be a Sibashis
we fin, when we do not love our neighbours his Word; exprel tad Fustice cowards our Neighbour. Against pith such a true unfeigned love as our selves, when
with them, as we desire tles should
" The fifth Commandment requires the gie more free 303 h ving of that honour and performing those duis
2. Nor relting ties which belong to every one in their several #charitable oficero' leveral relacions, as Inferiours, Superiours, elves or orbers. ;/ Equils. By Father and Mother are meant,
not only natural Parents, buc all Saperiours in ck duties that corage and gifts, and especially such as by Gods
Ordinance are over us ia place of auchority,
Aring for ic by takileal with us.
dispose our world
teartlesse performa c. 4. Being
2. The envya
making ita di are, 1. Noc paying chem due reverence in ollicy, immadee heart, word and behaviour,