The Contents, Chap. 49. 9. The Reputation of Godlinefs nand Homily , how to be denyed, P. 248 Chap. 50. 10. A renoWntdperpetuated Name to be denyed- P. 256 Chap. 5 I . Q I. Whether /elf-denyal confill in renouncing pro- priety ? p. 267 Chap. 52. Whether it cong in renouncing Marriage? p. 269. Chap. 53. 9...1). Whether it lie in folirude and renouncingfe- colar ajf,firs ? p. 270 Chap. 54. 9;fi. Or in renouncingpsiblick Offices and Honours ? p.271 Chap. 55. 5. Or in denyingour Relations, P. 273 Chap. 56. X6. Whether Pelf-a'enyal require us to give more to Godly Strangers , than to kindred that are ungodly P.274 Chap. 57. Q. 7. How we muff Love our neighbours as our felves ? P. 276 Chap. 58. £8. What pennance or felf-revenge it requireth? P. 277 Chap. 59. ZS). Mug all Paffion be denyed? P. 279 Chap. 60. ZIo. How far muff We deny our Reafon ? p. z8o Chap. 6r. I. How far muff we be content with Gods -af- fliaing will? &c. p.281 Chap. 6 2. 12. May God be finally loved as our felicity and portion, for our felves? p. 282; Chap. 63. Motives tofelf-denyal SelfiAnefs is the grand Idolatry, p. 2;85 Chap. 64. 2. Its the enemy of all Moralgood, p. 288 Chap. 65. 3. Its contrary to theftate of holinefs andhappinefs; p. 295 Chap. 66. 4. Self reeking is felf-lofing : Self-denyal 11; our fafety, P. 297 Chap. 67. 5. Its the powerful enemy of all Ordinances, p.302 Chap. 68. 6. Its the enemy (,f all Societies, and Relations; and common gcod, p.308 Chap.