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16 & 19
of bad Angels.
16 & 22
Of the happy condition in which he was made.
Chap.3. Concerning the Mediator between God and man:
wherein are handled these feven thingss
1. What männer of Person he was,
5. What became of him after his death.
Shall judge the quick and dead.
6. What was the end and intent of his coming into the
To procure pardon and reconciliation for loft fin-
And to sanctifie their natures.
To this end he commanded the Gospel should be
Instituted Baptism and the Lords Supper. 22
7. What they are effectnally called urto , and through
the assistance of the Spirit enabled to perform, who
Shall receive remission of finas by Chrift,
Holinejle and sincere obedience,
The state of the foul after death, the resurrection
of the body, the day of judgment; and life
The Contents of the Second Part.
Chap.4. Of the new nature and reformed life. 151
Chip.s. Of daily cominusion with God.
1. Of awaking wich Ged in the motning. 160
2. Of secret prayer and thanksgiving,
3. Of reading the holy Scriprures.
4. Of living continually as in the view of God. 190
5. Of living by Faith, in ten particulars.
6. Of diligent observing the Providences of God.' 219
Remedies agaieft finful thoughts. ibid.
Directions how to govern them aright. 238
The mamfold fins of the tongue.
Directions for the governing of the tòngue. 247
Rules for the right ordering of them. 263
1. Against the fins we are most enclined to by temper,
2. Against the fins our particular callings and conditi-
ons of life most expose us to.
3. Against the fins of the times and places wherein we
4. Against temptations tending to fin.
Against dishonouring God in the use of lawful
of reviewing at night and reflecting upon all the
Chap.6. Of improving the opportunities and means of
Of the obfervation of the Lords day.
work. How we are to prepare our selves
before we hear, horo to behave our selves in time of
hearing, what to do after we have heard.
Chap.7. Of frequenting good company.
Chap.8. Of diligence, and conscientiousnese in our parti-
Chap.9. Concerning just dealing in trafick, trading, and
Chap.10. Of the duties of Governours of Families. 382
Chap.11. Of the duties of Husband and wife 397
Chap.12. Of the duties of Malters. nnd Servants. 415
Chap.13. Of the duties of Parents and Children. 428
Chap.14. Of the duties of such as are in Office, and the
Chap.15. of the duties of people towards their Paftonts
Chap.16. Of Christian and Brotherly represf.
Chap. 17. Of the duties of the Rich and poor.
Of those that concern the rich.
Of Charity and relieving the poor.
Directions concerning the exercise of charity. 494
Of the duties that concern the poor,
Chap.18. Of the duties of Young and Old.
Of tbefe that concern the young.
The daxger of delaies.
The advantages of turning to God betimes. 513
Obje£tions against'it answered.
Directions to the younger fort,
Serions considerations for the Ancient. 524
The danger of ill-grounded hopes of Heaven. 528
what those deceiving and fando foundations are,
whereon many ancient people build their hopes
Direčtions to the Ancient.
Chap.19. Directions to the healthy and to the fick.
The duties of those that ate in health.
Directions and counsel to the frck.
Ofthe duties commanded and fins forbidden in the Lan
Of the fins against the Gospel.
Further directions to the Sick.
The Lessons to be learned in the School of afflitti-