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ofthe principall Contents.

O/Chrifts

unpuAileO'd

Patience,

• I

3'

EviO

plots,

why"permittedto com;..fo,rMrd,

Patriarchs,

wbyfo coiled? and thatthty

'

beforttheyf•deft.rtd,

g8o,&c

were Princes,

·

798,8r7,&c Policy

Ecclijiajlica/1 andCivil/, their ne-

Peace,

wtth~11t

it

no (ervice acctptablt to

ceJity, diflmllion,&,c.

282."

Why jome

God,u3.

Thefirjlthingto befought,af

'

poore,[omeri<h.

b.zz

ter

Gods

glory;

r

24.

Procured

6y

gtvtng

Pope:

ofthe power

·by

him

~fitrped

in.things

God

his

gi~YJ,

125.

The

El~gies

ofit,

temporaU;915,

&c.

Hisprkle,&c.226,

ll4,IZ5 ,4r6,&c.67z,68o,&c,

The

Iocr.

ofhi; keyes,68t. Hi; jndgement

hwlranw oftt,

127.

It wtwot befevered

not inf•llible,7'1.

5,726.

His difjm(ations

from rrghttall{ntjfe,

r 05.

What

Chrift

4gainjl

Gods

commandwients,

·

b.2 o

dtd, •ndji1foredfor tt,417.The perftlll- 'Prayer,how furthered byfafting,

2~2,254

011

anddtJftrentfortH/tt

,418,&c.

H•w

Whatjlrength .cquiredby it, z_66. vJ

to be{ought,419.

Of

peace in Chtmh and

chiefe

fruit

ofrtpt'ntance,

2

5

3,&c.

The

Commot1.11Jealth,4 18,

&c.

ofpeace in rt·

chiefipart of.Godsjirvict,992.0fpray-

lzgion,4I4,4l·8, &c.913,914,&c.

Our

er,andtheerroHrsconcerning it: [et pray.

peace Wtth

God,

how

wr~ught,,mdwhat

tr,the L1.rds praytr,&c.b.36. The force

ttworketh,58o,58r.

vJway~fpeacein

of pr•yer inremo,1ingplagues,r64,&c.

the middejl ofCD/1/roverftes,r

8,19.9I.

Priejls prayers, their efficacy, &c. r66.

105.414, &c. 913,914.

Peace now,

.

What gefftue ·prayer rtquireth,

b.

I65,

h~ingeth

pwe for ever,

1

o5,

at

Chrifts

166.

Prayer imdProphecie whence, 4nd

htrth,peaceoverthe Eartb, every manner

,

tbetr mutual/ relamn,

..

715

,&c,

way,

r

z

3

Prayers

a11d prtt/illiom in·one

ana

thsflzme

Pennance,to6eimpoftdandappointed6ythe

fpmh,

·'

' 774,780

Priejls,

257, z58,

the three partJ of

it,

Preaching,

where andrvhy

'ltarmedpr~phe~

•865,&c

cyi11g, and hdW'to6eregarded,7r8. To

Ofthe

PenirentiallPfolmtt,

z

54

breed neither

differati~!l

nor

pre{u'mptioll,

Pemecoft,

hw high, and what manner

..

·

•· ·.:

., ·,·" •

740

fe".JJ.

595,

596,

6o6,

6o.7, 6o8,

6o9,

Preachers,

w'homay 6e, who 'not,717.Their

61z,6

I

8,6

28,6 29,631,6 51,668,670

voyce,~ow

andwhm Gudsvoice,6or,&c.

699·70!J,736·7'Jl6 . The

dutiestheret~

6o9.612.614·

Not

e.

(pare

the "!ighey,

6elot~git~g,

596,599,606,

6o7,

6o9,

therich,&c.

b

.r,&c. Their 11tter1nce

6r5,6r6, 6t9,67Z,7ll,743,746

to6emild,&c,69o. Agamjlproud

c~n-

People,their

foH1 andgiddine{/i,z76,z78

temners,

a.~d

profotmd ceTJforers

of

them,

&c.

Thtirjudgement not to be regarded,

b.6'

z36. Agamjl the

deft

re of their applarl{e,

Precifians,

their mifregmling ofauthority;

Z34·Godspeople,

thei~worthandprero-

.

.

,

949

gattvu, 279, &c. Wh] reftmbled to

Pnells,

Godsremtmbrantm.Joi.

·

Their

Sherpe,

28o

place, their duty,267,&c.z8r ;&c. The

of

Perjury,

b.4z,&c

refpec1 flite

1~

them; andwho theirenemies

PerfeCtion,

what

inthff

life,

586

z

83,2 84.

Not a!lofthef11 to·prwh.b.

34

of

Perfeverand:

in

Gods

{ervice, 994·

'1'/;eir

CMnft!l,

and comfort to kejo11qht,

lfowneeJfuUiti!,

· ·

535,659

andconfejftontobemadetothem,

636

OfPerfeverance

andfoiling back,3

oo, &c.

l,'ricfthood;

in a peculiar 11Wimr fr•m

Chrill

our example ofptrfiveranct, 369,

Chr~ft,688,691,&<.

The twofold

f'rv~

391.

Perfeverance

in

Chrifts

Difiiples,

er them(over[znne,689.How highap.-

.

. 4I5,4r6

vourthere6yjhew(dtomm.

'

69r

Phanfees,

whdt mAnmr mm,

5o7,&c

O.fgood

Pretences

ID

badpurp.[es,

28

7,&c.

Philofophie

thwarteth not Divinity,

I

36

of

Go

D

's Prevention

ofotir de

fires

•4

r

5,

Plague,thewlje,thecureofit,&c.b.r59,

835,&c.

&c.

P/ag11tt r(m6v(d6y (X(cutionoflu- Againjl

Pride;

IIJ,

n4, u5, I33, &c•

.

Jlict.

b.r66,I67

·647,b.z,&c.b.r63.

The evidences

Pleafures

temporiiU mnpartd wiiheterna/1

ofit,

b. 5·

T~atit

i<

an hinderance of .

.

torments,

ju,&c

of Almes,

317

Plorsltket96irthn,97z,&c. of defeating

Princes,

their

pla~e,thtirduty,

i.67>

&c.

'!/them,

971

z8r,&c.

fYh.~treJPeflduetothem;alld

Ttttt

~

wh1