Reynolds - Houston-Packer Collection BX5133.R485 T47 1642

The Tdbie. ATIMPessopmemr.. 3. As objeasofourFaith. 34/ 4. As the rayes of Chrift to whom they lead us. 343 5..Asexam{ Aars, patterns, arid feeds ofpurity. 346: 3. Many Promifes are made ofpuriflcatioait felfe. 347 Rules directing how to ufe the Promifes i. Generall Promifei are ptrticúlárly, and particulars general- ly appliable. 3 50 z. Promifes are certaiü,performancesreefer. 35a 3. Promifes are fubordinated, and are performed with clef en- dence. 357: 4. Promifes moft ufefull in extremities. 359 5. Experience of God, in thinepròiriifes confirmëth Faith inó- thcrs. 3 Fo 6. The fame tempdrall hid-sing May bélöiig -to o' e man duly our of providence, to another out óf Proniifc. ' 361 y, :Gods proniifes tous inult be the ground dour prayers ro him.' 364' RoM. 13..... The, Law is neither fin nor death.' .368 The Law was promulgated on Mount Sifaill7 Itilófesonly, with E- vangelicall purpofts. :371 God willdoe more for the falvation, than for thé damnation of men. 371 The Law is not given, ex primaria intentiofe, DO condeinne méri. 385 The Law is not given tojuftifleorfavemezi 386 The Law by accident Both irritate, and punifh orcurfe fin.. ibid. 1The Law by it.felfç loth difcoverand rétrainfin. ` 387 Preaching of the Lawnecell'äry. 388 Acquaintance with the Law frengthenslluthility ,Faith,Con-,fort, Obedience. 39/ The third Tr'eatife. The life of Chrif}. X OHN S. I2.. AL L a Chriftians excellencies are from Chrift, . 400. Y. From Chrift wc have our life of rightcoufne[fe. : 401 Three