Fenner - Houston-Packer Collection BX5037 .F46 1651

The Table. THe right de and ordering of the Affeaions. Page 1. Dotlr. A naturals man cannot let his affeftions on°God, or upon things above. ; What the affeftions are. ibid. a They are motions. ibid. a They are motions of the will. 4 They are forcible motions of the heart. q 4 They are fenfible motions. 6 y They are according to the apprehenfons of good and evill. 7 Reajans t They are the wings of the foul. ibid z They are the inclination of the foul. 8 3 They are the paillon of the foul. 9 4 They are the perturbation of the foul. 1 t Nine degrees wherein theaffeftions may be wrought on : In y.of them a carnal( man may have his affeftions wrought on, but in the Ian four he cannot. 1; 1 The heart is enticed by them. ibid. z The heart is fomewhhtttouched therewith. 14 The heart is fomewhat bowed by them. ibid. 4 The heart is ltolen away with them. , sy s The heart is inflamed upon them. ibid. 6 The heart is overturned from what it was. 16 7 That the heart be engaged for God. 17 8 The heart is glued to a thing by them. ibid. 9 The heart may be quite given up to the thing it affects. 18 Affeítions of the wicked cannot be let on Chrifi, but may be railed towards Chrift. ibid. Proved by five Arguments. s By the (parks of right reafon. a By the knowledge our of the Word. 3 By knowledge and confcience quickned, 4 By the horrour of their eftate. By felf.love. Affeetions may work the wicked to do frame fpeciall five in fiances. Fourth Reafon, though a carnal mansaffeaions they are not kindely wrought on. ibid. 1,9 20 a1 za ditties, as appears in 27 be wrought on, yet 28 Firft,