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The Table.

twiCe

their Power to the Beaft, A.

p.

126,

C!ic.

Rome

muft be burnt

both for

a

Witch

and for a

Whore,

11.

p.

156. Sec

Empire Eaffrl'n,

/JutJc/;rtf/, e!Jc.

Root.

How

UmR

is the

Root,

yet

'

the

Errwch

of

'David,

A.

p.

g.

12,

ClmJ!

is the

Root

of all our

Spiritual

.Bei11gs

and

Bmejiis,

B,

1'·'7'•

172,

SeeChrijl,f!,c.

s.

S

Acrijict.

How the daily: Sacri–

fice was taken away in

Julimls

Time, A. p.187. How

Chrijl's

Sa-

crifice perfumed

Noab's,

D.

p. 47>

48.

See

Noah, C!ic.

Salvatiou.

What

lflitial Salvati·

Oil

is ,

D.

p.

s8, 59·

Sec

CIIIing.

G•·,,ce

,

Glory

,

Perji:vera11ce,

C!ic.

StwDificatio1l.

What

it

is

to be

f'anCfijied,

D.

p.

2p.

};low

fa1l·

Ehfied

ones are faid to be

perfected,

D.

zp,

252,253.

Sdti;factto11.

No Creature

can fa–

risfie

God's

']t~Ilice

for

Mml's

Si11,

A.

p. 8.

Qmjl

is our only

Raufom,

.r...

p. '4•

Scatte>·.

What is meant by the

Jcatteri11g

of ,the holy People in

D'.miel,

A.

p. 186, •87.

Scripturr,

Not one Tirtle . of it

t'o be flighted,

A.

p.

IlL

&a.

What is

'!1~.ant

by that ..

Ex–

.1/rcilioo in

T!tmiel

[Inter Maria,

between the Seas]

A.

p..

166.

Stol.

O f

the

fix firfl

Srals

,

in

Re–

vfl.

6. A,

p.

29.

How the

Sea/–

Trophecy

is the

Book of'Decrees,

A

p.

30-

How the rnio of

Hra–

thew{m

(which was firmly root–

ed for Four thoufand years, yet

;,., rooted up) is a

Seal

to us,

that

'Popery

( which hath nothing

fo

long

~

Lcafe) (hall be roQt–

ed cp and ruined likewifc,

The

Hundred torty four thoufand were

Jeo!td,

that they might not be

hurt

bv

the

Wo-Trt~mpets,

A.p.56,

57·

See

Tmmprts, Vials,

Selj./ovf.

How

it is drawn out

inro all manner of Sinfulnefs,

D.

p.

1.2r,22~.

'Ti<

defcribcd in its Po–

tency, U. p. 26r.

Seven.

How 'tis a Number of per–

fection ,

A.

p.1o. How

a

Sevm–

foJd

praife belongs to Chrift, A.

p.

'5·

See

Nttmbrr;

Shadow.

How

God

only hath

a

true proper Being. The

Crea–

ture

hath but the

jhadow

of

a

Being, C,

P•

15,

Created Beings

only feem to be, C. p. 16.

Sig1u.

How the Signs of

·Chrijl's

Coming are to be underftood,

A.

p. 88,

89,

Smcerity.

How God may be an–

gry at us

for our Frailties , yet

be well-pleafed With us for our

jiu–

cer.ity,

D.

p.

351.

Sin,

How our Sins after our Vo–

cation may be greater than thofe

before it,

D.

p. 275, 276. How

fins of

Commijfion

are greater

than thofe

Omijfiou,

D. p. 344·

How our fins ought to be our

af–

j/ictioiJs,

but not our

pltajures,

D.

p. 366.

They muft be our

Burdens,

D.

p. 369.

See

Prede–

fiittatio11,.

"'

Sor1l.

How the Souls of Saints

crying for Vengeance, is worfe

than

the Cry of their Blood ,

A.

p.

40,

Sai11ts Souls

at death

do immediately enter into Blifs,

and fuch as they praid for or a–

gainft upon Earth, they !till pro–

Jecute the fame in Heaven,

ibid.

How they are !atisfied with Gods

Ft'cafons why Perfecutors do con–

tinue, A. p. 40.

What is the

Nature of the

So11l,

C.

p.

n,

75,

76, 77·

Spirit,

What it is

[to be 'in the

Spirit

J

A, P•

2,

How

Spirit

is .taken , A. p.

Io.

What is

meant by Spirit, C.

p.n,

74, 7),

76,

77·

Star,

Of

Folli11g Stars.

See

in

.Change.

Sufferi,gs.

How 'tis necelfary both

in

Cbrijl

(who mult fuffer) and

in Chrifiians alfo,

D.

p. lS7, 178.

we

are

(as

Chrifi was)

perfect–

ed

by

fuffrritJg,

D. P·

l59· Rea–

fans

A partt poll,

and

A parte

ante,

ibid. All our

jil!frri11gs

be

bur the

After-ftiffi:••iflgs of Chrift,

whofe Care is to fee

us

righted

in them againfi

Sattm,

D.p.

367,

Chrijl

orders all our

Suff~rings

before the World,

,as

\VCIJ

as

iiJ

it,