is the Spirit of grace . . iv. 316
of the work of, in regeneration ii. 638
work of, is carried on from age to
age .... ii. 661
is received through the word of the
gospel .... ii. 263
continues to speak to men by the
Scriptures . . ii. 528, iv. 274
bestows liberty on believers by his
grace .... iii, 729
of joy in the . . . iii. 507
how good thoughts suggested by
angels, may be distinguished from
the motions of the . . ii. 221
in what sense some were, made
partakers of the . . iii. 216
may in displeasure be denied to
men .... ii. 549
of the sin against the ii. 606, iii. 220
See Gifts, and Grace.
Holy thing, that, Jesus why so called ii. 611
of holies, what signified by . iv. 55
how often the high priest went
into the, on the day of atone-
ment iv. 46
Holy angels. See Angels.
men useful to others . . iii. 249
Honour, the right hand is the placs
of ii. 106
Hope, of . . . . iii. 389, 392
and faith, of the difference between
Christian, why compared to an
anchor .... iii. 393
of the utility of . iii. 392
believers derive great advantages
from .... iii. 321
of the degrees of . . . iii. 321
of the increase of benefits from iii. 323
• on what it fixeth within the veil iii. 395
Horeb, the Israelites . were brought
to i. 345
Hospitality to strangers, of the duty
of iv. 686
considered by the heathen as a sacred
duty iv. 686
there were peculiar reasons for, in
the first ages of the church iv. 687
House of God, the church is the ii. 458, 472
of God, why believers are so called ii. 497
of Christ, of the privileges of believers
as the .... ii. 504
Houses, believers under persecution
forced to flee from their . iv. 530
Human nature of Christ, of the iv. 79
work of the Holy Ghost in the
the true tabernacle iii. 665, 666
received the Holy Ghost with-
out measure, especially after
his baptism . . ii. 30
nature, Christ discharged the duties
of the mediatory office by the
ii. 30, 39
nature of Christ was not taken up to
heaven, immediately after his
baptism .... ii. 29
Humiliation of Christ, of the . ii. 299
Humility, necessity of, in studying the
Scriptures . . . ii. 781
necessity of in those who possess
gifts .... iii. 282
Hycsos, or royal shepherds of Egvpt, of
the ' i. 591
Hypocrites, of ... . ii. 833
threatenings against . . ii. 690
Hypocrisy, au evidence of . iii. 32
Jacob, the prophecy of, respecting Mes-
siah, first revealed the time of his
coming .... i. 183
of the devotional frame of . iv. 461
of the faith of iv. 462
of the faith of, in blessing his sons iv. 463
of the worship of, leaning on the top
of his staff . . .,''". iv. 464
James, martyrdom of the apostle i. 55
design of the epistle of . . iii. 290
Jealousy of God, of ihe i. 484, iv. 624, 678
watchful, distinguished from suspi-
cion ii. 601
Idolater, Abraham, before his call, pro-
bably was an . i. 330
Idolatry, of ... . iii. 418
of the ancient Jews . . i. 253
Jericho, of the faith of the Israelites, in
compassing iv. 505
of the fall of the walls of . iv. 503
Jerusalem, of the Talmud of . i. 79
destroyed by the Romans while yet
in a state of paganism . ii. 4
signs of the approaching destruction
of iv. 301
Christians were warned to leave i. 57
Jesuits, of the morals of . . i. 734
concealed the fact of the crucifixion,
when they preached Clirist to the
Indians . . . . ' ii. 810
' GENERAL INDEX.
Jesus, origin ai d import of the name
ii. 787, 788, iii.
See Christ, and Messiah.
Jews, of the tribes of . . i.
of the rulers of tribes among the i.
sufferings of, in Egypt . iv.
destruction of their male children in
Egypt . . . . iv.
task. masters of, in Egypt . i.
Closes preferred their state of suffer-
ing, to a state of sin . iv.
were led through the Red Sea ) iv.
covenant of works, in what sense re-
newed to the i. 694, 698, iii. 702,
moral law was enjoined on the i.
were under spirit of bondage i.
God was King over the . i.
of the authority of Moses over the i.
advantages enjoyed by them in the
wilderness . . . ii.
sins in the wilderness . . ii.
causes of their sins in the wilderness
of the courts of the . . i.
opinions of, respecting the institution
of the Sabbath . . i.
call the second person of the God-
head, the Word of God . ii.
tradition of, respecting the duration
of the world i.
preserved as a nation, till Christ
came .... ii.
state of, at the coming of Christ i.
what thev expected from the observ.
once of the law . . iii.
expected a temporal Messiah i.
Talmuds of the ... i.
rejected Jesus Christ . . i.
unbelieving, are the enemies of Christ
receive Ban Incheba ns the Messiali
■w ere abhorred by the Romans i.
sufferings of, since they rejected
Christ .... i.
account of these sufferings, by them-
selves .... i.
all attempts to restore them to their
own land, have failed . ii.
some, say that Messiah has come,
and conceals himself . i.
say, that the coining of Messiah is
delayed because of their sins i.
future conveision of the . i.
promises of the flourishing state of i.
Jewith Sabbath, of the . i- 693,
Sabbath, whether still to be observed
notion of I. r thf ilv love . iv.
Christians, were strongly attached to
the ceremonial law . . i.
If, force of, in phrase, "if they shall
enter" .... it.
Ignorance, spiritual, of . . iii.
of the gospel, a cause of unbelief ii.
of the ways of God . . ii.
of sins, of . . . i. 400, iii
Ignorance of religious truth, favoured
by the popish system . iii.
Illumination, of spiritual . . iv.
of the mind, the first act of grace iii.
of the Holy Ghost, is necessary that
we may understand the Scriptures
baptism was in an early age called iii.
Image of God, the Son is the/essentially
and eternally ... i.
of God, in what sense man was made
in the i. 83, 428,
Imitation of holy men , of the duty of iv.
Immortality of soul, doctrine of, insuffi-
cient to secure the interests of re-
ligion, without that of the. resur-
rection of the body . . iii.
Imperfection of Levitical worship, of the
of the types of Christ, was unavoid-
able ... ii. 453, iv.
Importance of Christian love . iv.
Imposition of hands, was of four kinds
Impossibility, different views of . iii.
Imprisonment of Paul in Judea iv.
for the sake of the gospel . iv.
believers who are at liberty, should
remember those who are in iv.
Improvement in every grace, of the duty
of .... . iii.
outward advantages will not secure
how it may be derived from the works
of providence ... ii.
Imputation of Adam's first sin to his
posterity . . i. 90, iii.
Inheing, mutual, of the Father and the
Son .... ii.
Incarnation of the Son of God, of the
ii. 394, 640, iii. 78, iv.
of Christ, spiritually represented to
Moses On Mount Sin'ai . iii.
of Christ, was chiefly that he might
act as the priest of his peop'e ii.
of Christ, the opinion, that it would
have taken place, though man had
not sinned, examined . i.
Incense, of the altar of . . iv.
offering o', an emblem tif prayer iv.
cloud of, a type of the intercession of
Increase of faith . . . ii.
every grace idirttts of . . iii.
Indignation of God against Sin . iv.
shown by 1 is swearing in wrath to
punish si tiers . . ii.
hid welling sin, of i'-
Infant children of believers entitled to
baptism .... ii.
Inferences from the exaltation of Christ
Infirmities of human nature, of the iii. 11
Infirmity, Christ submitted to a lime of
Influences, vital, Christ the only bead of,
to the church ... ii.
Ingrafting of the word into the soul ii. 726
Inherit, to, what 1 . . . iii. 335
Inheritance, Christ obtained his name by
of believers in heaven, of the iv. 339
eternal, bestowed on believers by God
of believers is received by promise iv. 128
Initial repentance, properties of iii. 171
Innocence, neither sacrifices nor priests
in a state of . . i. 414, 431
Institutions of worship, wisdom shines
in all (lie divine . iv. 39, 52
signification and use of, can be deter-
mined by God alone . iii. 681
Instruction would have been necessary
though man had never sinned i. 415
great works of Providence are great
means of ■ . . ii. 575
by types was obscure . . iv. 38
from Old Testament ordinances in-
ferior to that by the New . iii. 510
by New Testament worship iii. 510, 785
from Scripture, of the desire of iii. 102
in Scripture, for believers of all
classes .... iii. 128
may be derived from every circum-
stance of Scriptuie . . ii. 652
from divine chastisements, of iv. 582
to others, duty of imparting . iii. 791
should be given, before admission to
church fellowship . . iii 201
of parental .... iii. 470
Insulting of the Son of God, apostasy
is an . . . . . iv. 313
Intercourse with God, men as sinners
can have only through a surety iii. 589
with angels, of the honour of iv. 689
Intercession of Christ, of the . iv. 23
not a part of his kingly, but of his
priestly office i. 535
a general view of . i. 551, iii. 616
tyi es of . . . . iii. 614
not unsuitable to his glorified human
nature .... iii. 615
manner of ... iii. 613
whether verbal . . . iii. 616
depends on his atonement ii. 427, iii. 016
opinion of the Socinians concerning i. 551
of Christ, raises our views of the
glory of heaven . . iii. 619
shows the continuance of his love iii. 620
Interest in Christ, as our high priest,
necessity of a personal . iii. 655
Interpretation of Scripture, of the iv. 432
rules for the . . iii. 365
Invitations of the gospel . . iv. 662
John, the Baptist, of the ministry of iii. 770
design of the first epistle of . iii. 290
Joseph, faith of, when dying, . iv. 466
gave commandment concerning his
bones iv. 468
Joseph's wife probably a convert to the
true religion . . . iv. 469
Joy set before Christ, of the . iv. 560
in the Holy Ghost, of . . iii. 507
Joy of ministers on the success of their
labours . iv. 756
Isaac, in what sense Abraham's only
Son iv. 448
faith of . . ' . iv. 458
of his being offered . . iv. 445
failings of . , iv. 458
faith of, in blessing his sons . iv. 460
Israelites. See Jews.
Italy, ' they of,' who 1 . iv. 770
Judah, Christ of the tribe of . ii. 392
Judaism, of the temptations of the
Hebrew Christians to relapse into iv. 357
Judge of all, God is the . ii. 360 iv. 647
believers are reconciled to God as
the iv. 648
at the last day, will be Christ in the
divine and human nature . iii. 189
Judicial hardness of heart, the nature
of iii. 263
Judgments of God because of sin iv. 307 >
are righteous . . . iii. 269
inflicted on others, are warnings to
us» ii. 812
should excite to diligence in duty iv. 299
temporal, are indications of the
eternal . . . .iii. 193
are representations of the eternal ii. 671
Judgment, of the future . . iv. 201
of the eternal . . . iii. 186
why called eternal . . . iii. 187
evidences of a future . . iii. 191
future, preached bv Enoch iii. 187, 195
fully revealed in Scripture iii. 194
circumstances of, as revealed in
Scripture .... iii. 188
glory of the day of . . iii. 189
future, most frequently spoken of
with reference to the wicked iii. 186
of men respecting sin, changed in
repentance . . . iii. 167
Julian encourages the Jews to attempt
to rebuild Jerusalem . . ii. 17
answer to a saying of . . ii. 590
Just, the spirits of, are made perfect iv. 649
Justice, of the nature of . i. 477,
of God . . . . i. 477 ii. 353
generally regarded by mankind as an
attribute essential to God . i. 502
displayed at Sinai . . iv. 618
punishment of sin assigned to
the ii. 254, 358
of God in punishment of sin, not a
mere act of God's will . i. 481
an essential divine attribute ii. 255
accompanied with infinite wis-
dom ii. 255
of God annexes death to transgres-
sion i. 482
and mercy, Socinians deny that these
are properties of the divine
nature .... i. 492
and mercy, not opposite . . i. 488
and mercy, differently exercised in
reference to sin . . . i. 483
GENERAL INDEX. '
Justice of God, how this attribute render-
ed the priesthood of Christ neces-
sary i. 480
of God, Socinians deny that punish-
ment of sin is required by . i. 484
of God, opinions of Socinus concern-
ing the, examined . . i. 487
of God, opinions of Crellius concern-
ing the, examined . . i. 493
of the destruction of unbelievers ii. 272
Justification from all sir., of . ii. 699
bv the faith of the gospel . ii. 265
Justifying righteousness, of . iii. 133
Karaans, of the sect of the . i.
King, inquiry whether of old there was
an union of the offices of priest
office of priest in Egypt was not
united to that of . . . i. 589
Christ's office of priest, distinct from
his office of ... i. 508
of righteousness, Christ is the i. 532
righteous administration of Christ
as, of the . . . ii. 163, 170
they who come to Christ as priest,
enjoy him also as . . iv. 616
Christ as a, is rich to bless his
people . . . . iv. 616
power of Christ as . . . iv. 764
enemies of Christ as, of the . ii. 201
Kingdom, New Testament church-state
is a iv. 671
of this world, CJod's government of
Old Testament church, had the ap-
pearance of the government of a iii. 731
of God, the phrase peculiar to the
New Testament .
of Christ, of the .
great promises respecting
' extends over holy angels
over redeemed men
over ungodly men .
over the dispensation of grace ii.
over the communication of
natural abilities . . ii.
over the communication of gifts ii. 59
over all the concerns of his
church ii. 63
over all political arrangements ii. 63
over the whole creation of God ii. 64
over the future world . ii. 63
has been maintained from age to
age ii. 661
perpetuity of the . . ii. 805
believers receive a . iv. 672
Knowledge possessed by the human
soul of Christ, of the . ii. 28
of Christ, is complete and abiding ii. 449,
of Christ, extends to all the secret
counsels of God ii. 449
of God, of acquiring the . iii. 793
Knowledge respecting Christ, greatly in
creased in New Testament times iv.
of spiritual things, which is merely
natural, is generally ineffica-
cious .... iii.
of spiritual things, by gifts of the
Holy Ghost, has some efficacy iii. 213
of spiritual things, by saving illumi-
nation, transforms the soul . iii. 214
spiritual, of some, much inferior to
that of others . . . iii. 25
spiritual at best very limited here iii. 25
ministers must excite their hearers to
grow in iii. 117, 156
progress in religious, depends on the
love of the truth . . iii. 159
advantages of progress in religious iii. 157
means of growing in religious iii. 158
of the diffusion of . . . i. 320
Labour must precede rest . ii. 753
of the soul of Christ to accomplish
redemption .... iii. 67
Language, sacramental, of . . iv. 160
Laws, positive, of. . . . i. 649
moral, of ... i. 649
of partly moral, and partly positive i. 650
Law of nature, of the . i. 657
description of the . . i. 660
what constitutes the . i. 657
of what is requisite to constitute
a duty, a branch of the i. 667
Law, of nature, dictates of reason held
by many to constitute the . i. 657
dictates of reason do not constitute
the i. 658
considered actively . i. 060
considered passively . ib.
considered instrumentally ib.
does not cease to be such, when
the authority of revelation is
superadded . . . i. 669
state of the church under the ii. 748
Law, the moral, originally written in the
heart of man . . . iv. 629
has still a place in the hearts and con-
sciences of men . . . iv. 630
unchangeable in its nature . iv. 34
distinguished by God from the cere.
monial and judicial . i. 678, 680
given to the Israelites from Sinai i. 341,
why given from mount Sinai . iv. 622
of the fire at the giving of the iv. 623
of the blackness at the giving of the iv. 625
of the darkness at the giving of the i v. 6*6
of the sound of the trumpet at the
giving of the iv. 628
the people where prepared for re-
ceiving the i. 346
ministry of angels at the giving of
the . . . i. 350, ii. 243
spoken by God in the hearing of the
people . . . . i. 678
why written on tables of stone iii. 779
written by the finger of God . i. 679
Law,the moral, enjoined on the Israelites
in the form of a covenant . i.
preserved in the ark . . '•
made part of the Mosaic economy i.
why the book of the was sprinkled
with blood . . • ivv,
sanctions of the ... i
promises connected with as given at
Sinai . . . i- 368,
threatenings connected with, as given
at Sinai . • • t *•
Law, use of the Mosaic . . iv.
Law, moral, how the same duty may be
required by a positive law, and
by a *;
Law of the Sabbath is in its nature moral i
explanation of the fourth command-
ment of the moral
punishment of sin under the
moral, established by Christ
Mosaic, abrogation of the
of the Jewish oral .
work of the, in the conscience of a
convinced sinner iv. 625, 626,
Lows of Christ, of the . ii.
Christ every way qualified to
enact .... n.
of Christ are righteous . ij.
are reasonable . . ii.
are easy . . . n.
are profitable to those who obey
them . . . . ii.
Law and gospel, believers must attend
to all that relates to both ii. 257,
Lawfulnets of oaths, of the . iii.
Laying on of hands a fourfold . iii.
gift communicated by the . iii.
aside weights which hinder the
Christian journey, of the duty of iv.
Leader, Christ is the, of his people ii.
Learning the truths of Scripture, what
implied in ... iii.
Levi, of the opinion of some, that
Christ was descended both from
the tribe of Judah and of . ii.
Levitical worship, of the nature and
use of .... iii.
ordinances, were carnal . iii.
worship of the imperfection of iv.
sacrifices, could not free the con-
science from sin. . • iv.
worship, of the abrogation of iv.
of the danger of the Christian
Hebrews in adhering to iv.
Liberality to the poor, of . . iii.
* to the poor saints among the Hebrews
Liberty, of evangelical . . i.
secured to believers by the covenant
of grace .... iii.
of New Testament worshippers, of
Life, book of, what 1 . . . iv.
mediatorial, of Christ, necessary for
his people's salvation . iii.
Life of Christ in heaven, is in human
nature, and is mediatorial . iii. 611
of Christ in heaven, is a source of
consolation to his people . iii. 612
and power of Christ, are employed
for his people's good . . ii.
the course of, is changed in repen-
tance .... iii.
of spiritual . . . iv.
Christian, is a conflict, . iv.
of weariness in the
Light, of spiritual
all spiritual, is in the word
is brought into the soul by
gospel .... iii.
spiritual, of believers, is greatly in-
creased in New Testament times iii.
Limitation of the sufferings of Christ,
of the .... iii.
Lipman's objection to the doctrine of
original sin . i.
Lips, praise is the fruit of the . iv. 746
Living God, God is the ii. 621, iv/121, 324
Living One, Christ is the . . iii. 611
and new way to God, the gospel
displays a . . . . iv. 281
Long suffering, distinguished from pa-
tience .... iii. 330
necesssity of . . . . iii. 332
effects of ... iii. 333
Looking to Christ, what 1 . iv. 557
Lord, voice of the, meaning of ii. 512
Lord's supper, the design of iii. 681
errorof the church of Rome respecting
the iii. 68L
Love, of that which the Father bears
to the Son as Mediator . ii. 131
of God to Christ under all his suf-
ferings, unchangeable . iii. 79
of God, in redemption . ii. 104
to men V-y Christ . . ii. 323
to believers . . . ii. 213
displayed in his promises ii. 702
divine chastisements proceed from fa-
therly iv. 577
of Christ to men . . ii. 326, 327
to his people . . . iii. 77
as prophet ... ii. 324
in offering himself for the sins of
his people iv. 108
continuance of, shown by his inter-
cession . . . Hi. 620
of God in Christ, should be often con-
templated . . . ii. 276
advantages from contemplating ii. 278
motives to induce us to admire the
of Christ, of the admiration of the iii. 78
of God, does not promise to believers
exemption from afflictions iii. 81
of the truth, progress in spiritual
knowledge, depends on . iii. 160
of the truth, strengthens faith ii. 729
of sin, of the ... ii. 809
the cause of unbelief . ii. 605
of brotherly ii. 440, iii. 293, 501, iv. 680
Love, Christian, and natural affection,
difference between . iv. 682
brotherly, origin and nature of iv. 2
Jewish notions respecting . iv. 68.5
is founded on a persuasion of joint
interest in Christ . iii. 278
ministrations of . . iii. 311
should subsist amongst believers,
though not of the same mind in
respect of church government iii. 302
regard to poor saints, a trial of bro-
therly .... iii. 312
brotherly, importance of . iv. 684
what is opposed to it . iii. 30.)
hindrances of . . . iii. 302
brotherly, decay of . . iv. 682
causes of the decay of . iv. 684
motives to ... iii. 298
means of maintaining . iv. 684
mutual exhortation should proceed
from . . . . ii. 630
Luke did not write the epistle to the
Hebrews ... i. 34
Maccabees, of the family of . i. 387
Machir, Rabbi, an assertion of respect-
ing the sufferings of Messiah i. 297
Magic, the miracles of Christ were by
the Jews ascribed to the power of
Magicians, of the Egyptian . i. 594
of the Chaldean ... i. 596
Magistrates are called gods . ii. 145
Magnanimity of Christ, of the . iv. 562
Mahometans call Christ the word of
Cod .... i. 148
Majesty of God, of the . . iii. 418
as displayed at Sinai iv. 618, iv. 621
of Christ us shepherd of his people ii. 341
Maimonides was the first who arratiged
the Jewish creed into separate ar-
ticles .... ii. 25
the account of Messiah by . i. 172
Maintenance of ministers should arise
from Christian affection iii. 455, 458
Maintaining Christian love, of the means
of iv. 681
Malachi, explanation of his prediction
respecting the Messiah . i. 2 13
Malignity of sin, is not seen at the time
by the sinner ii. 622
Man, of the different words used in the
Old Testament to denote . ii. 297
was made of dust . . ii. 310
was made in the image of God i. 88, 428,
was made for eternity . . ii. 191
of the frailty of . ■ . ii. 311
unholy by nature . . iii. 231
temptations of Christ from . ii. 425
is in a state of enmity with God by
sin .... ii. 738
as sinful, can have no intercourse
with God, but through a surety iii. 589
evidences of mercy to . i. 100, 102
Man, atonement necessary that he may
be pardoned ... i. 103
cannot redeem himself . i. 103
law of Moses cannot save . i. 104
angels cannot redeem . . i. 104
as fallen, needs encouragement to be-
lieve .... iii. 385
is under the dominion of Christ ii. 52
Man of sin, of the usurpation of ii. 504
Men, the best of, often fail in things in
which their excellence lies iii. 14
Manasseh, king of Judah, of the sin of
Manifestation of the way into the holy of
holies, of the . iv. 55
Manna, of the, in the wilderness i. 342
typical use of the . . iv. 35
Manslayer, flight of, to the city of re-
Marah, of the waters of .
Marks of a season of grace
of, as honourable
Mass, of the Popish .
643, iv. 165
doctrine of, unsanctioned by Paul iii. 96