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ContentsP\

anerror,

P.

39

6

.

Toget

fpirituall

loy.

ibid.

7.

Toget

an

hornblende

ofminde,

p.4i

D©CT

R:

I

II

'7hat all

earthly members are to

be

mortified,

p 4z

Members

are

o

n

Al,

exorbitant

affections

of

the

f

ule,

p.

43.

for

t

he

fe rea/óns

;

becars

fe

I.

They

Pup

the

heart,

ibid.

2.

They proceed

from the unregenerate

part, p.

44

3.

They

are

weapons

of

unrighteoufneffe,

ibid.

4.

They are

deare unto the

heart,

as

any member to

the

body,

ibid.

inordinate lull meant

by

earthly

members,

p 45

What

it

is

to

be

earthly

minded,

ibid.

B

y

thepowerof

nature

a

man

may conceive

of fihituall

things

and

yet

be

earthly

minded:

z.

Not

fpiritually,

ibid.

2.

Not

from

an

heart

illightned

by

the

Spirit,

p.

46

3. By

the

knowledge

of

his

underflanding,

ibid.

mu

r

may

come

to

know

`pirituall

things, and

not

be

re-

hewed

x.

By vein

a

vertâe

in

heavenly5things

excelling

all

1

f

g.

All

other

things,

.

ibid.

2.0.

By

being

of

noble

fptrity

-a

ibid.

3.

By

fèeing

h©line

in

the

children of

God,

p.

47

4.

By

fëeing the

attributes

of

G0:44.

ibid.

5,

Bp

feeling

the

f

fveetneffi

of

t

he

ro.i

f

s,

ibid.

6.

By

beleeving.the

re

fùrreelion

to

li1ea

ibid.

'The

order

of

the

faculties

of

ChePule,

P.

4g

Whether

Nature

can

stsaine unto

true

knowledge,

ibid.

..4

naturall

man

may

know

f

irltuallin

their

fubß

ance,.

NO

as

a rule

of

his

life,

A

49

ea

Wen':