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of divine providence, 452—of the the difficulty of judging between sav.
118-on the inward witness of tbe
in what respect, 287-to what degree, gence, 258-on changeable professors,
practice under trials, 323.
trasted with the spirit, 242.
soul, extracts from, i. 359, 365, 371. redemption, v. 35.
though not always a decree, 421.
sident Edwards, vii. 154.
161-how ordered by the Supreme revival by, v, 223.
Freedom, of the will, Arminian notion of
moral obligation, 280.
known, i. 241-00 real inconsistence viii. 574.
Gale, Theophilus, kis remarks on passive
sophie pride, iv. 210.
ii. 157--the calling of tbe, a glorious
vi. 512-wherein consists, 514-how Gifts, miraculous, the conferring of, v.
Gillespie, Rev. Mr. letters to the, by
-inward, remarks upon, ri. 146-ex- evidence, vii. 187.
402, 486—import of the phrase, 515-
ing his ministry, v. 113—what he did day, not yet accomplished, ii, 447–
unspeakably great, 456—-probable
number of true saints, 461-motives
for seeking it, 475-probable instances
of divine interposition, in favour of
God, not the author of sin, i. 378, ii. 330
how the beginning and end of all
ed, iii. 563--a mode of, recommended, 277--his wisdom, 279-his mercy and
formation, v. 225.
Godwin, Mr. remarks on his view of
iv. 47-on confident assurance, 78-on Good, real and apparent, i. 133, 284-
how an ultimate end, 510—the chief
Brainerd's deligbi in reading it, iii. 82.
apparent, when not real, 355—various
307_divine, the source of all our posterity, 358.
Jesus, the prophecies of, an evidence of
ii. 41-as an effect, like friendship, 60. cles of, not counterfeited by his ene-
-the church's wonderful preservation Jews, their captivity, v. 103--and re-
turn, 111-a standing evidence of re-
Imagination, the power of, iv. 182, 184,
Imputation, of righteousness, explained,
vi. 257-proved, 258, 261.
what, 149—not inconsistent with com-
marks on, 286—not excusable, 289.
sovableness, vii. 383.
Indians, American, an evidence of hu-
preached to them, iii. 415--the effects
learning their language, 433—of in-
vailed, v. 55--when in a great measure tending their conversion to Christia.
displayed among them, 465.
on, ii. 374.
Infidelity, when abolished, v. 244-Jew-
his Essays on the principles of mora. Inoculation, vaccine, remarks on, i. 98.
lity and natural religion, i. 426. Instinct, of nature, rot virtuous, ii, 55-
Interest, in the promises, how distin.
on the effusion of the Spirit, viii. 535. Jones, Mr. J. an observation of, on
Joshua, wherein a type of Christ, v. 65.
to, v. 49.
Israeliles, their wonderful preservation,
Judas, whether present at the Lord's sup-
per, vii. 118, 293—not suspected by
Judgment, final, iv. 443—Christ coming
to, 456—-those things which immedi. 128-bis remarks on divine freedom,
province of judgment, viii. 254.
ners, vi. 361-argued from man's sio- tate, vii. 406.
-ow the sum of our duty, 117-evi-
vi. 215-how by faith, 217--how by marks onits defect, and prevalence,122.
christ, 508—the character of his er.
remark on the fulfilment of prophecy,
Luther, a saying of his, on the attain-
ments of a Christian, iv. 216-a con-
munion, vii. 2-how treated by some
bigots, viii. 588.
complished, 172--why so gradual, 175. 177.
respecting the lodians, iii. 466.
245-Christian, the importance and ad- 209—when utterly overthrown, 245—
Man, old and new, what, ii. 321.
Manasseh-Ben-Israel, quotations from
concerning human frailty, ii. 381, 382.
plained, ii. 334- its awful enactment on spirit, viii. 531.
reference to justification, vi. 240, 249. Means, moral, essential to obligation, i.
Meetings, religious, how to be encou-
Membership, church, observations on, vii.
anti-calvinistic notion of, 153-whether 444.
mon people, 340-perfect, what, 100. Melaphysiral, subileties, how they should
Metaphysics, unreasonable prejudice
against, ii. 108.
ment, ii. 520-beginning of the, proba-
Mind, state of tbe, remarks on the, i. 136,
Ministers, in what manner they and their Owen, Dr. his remark on the common
people shall meet, vii. 330—for what work of the Spirit, iv. 148, 265.
Pardon, great guilt no obstacle to, vi. 488.
Passover, who partakers of the, vii. 105.
subjectively considered, remarks on, midst of the wicked, v. 46.
309—determining, remarks on, 323. Pelagius, a brief account of, v. 204.
Brainerd's ordination, iii. 513.
revelation, viii. 204, 248--constitute end, i. 504.
the criterion of Revelation, 259. Perkins, his remarks on convictions, iv.
Permission, remarks on, i. 382—not of a
bad tendency, 390—of sin, remarks on,
502 -what implied in the word, 524. evil, 386.
the tentb, 196—the church wholly de-
reformation, 217-lessened since the
remarks on, ii. 338-corruption of, re- Perseverance, remarks on, viii. 434.
Persia, the empire of, its destruction,
--metaphysical, or philosophical, ex- Philosophers, French, remarks on their
Pity, remarks on, ii. 63.
pravity, ii. 383-remarkable citations
tion, i. 53--an account of conversions 191, 194.
Plots, popish, for the overthrow of the
reforination, v. 216.
Plutarch, on human wickedness, ii. 383.
Rabbies, ii. 382.
Portion, God the Christian's best, vi.
Posterity, grace not communicable to, ii.
about, vi. 142-the importance of fa Power, passive, remarks on, i. 249-its
nature explained, 315-divine, how
Praise, and blame, things worthy of, i.
on God's prescience, 2410-on blame. 508.
Prayer, extraordinary, for the revival of
and good tendency of, 481-a serious
call tn, 535---(ind the hearer of, vi. 498
human depravity, ii. 380.
Redemption, how carried on, s. 183—the
implied in, vi. 316-reasons for, 322— jesty and power of God in, 277-his-
tory of, 11--the purchase of, 140—the
row, iv. 259--on love to Christ, 265– Reformation, remarks on its commence-
---on the scripture, as a 216-by cruel persecutions, 217--from
Remarks, miscellaneous, on important
plained, ii. 335—the adoption of Repentance, what it signifies, ii. 317.
Resolutions, Edwards's, i. 12.
an explicit, vii. 34-should be of real why necessary, 188.
Revival, some thoughts on the, in New
England, vi. 5-a particular instance
of deriding the, 59-obligations to pro-
mote the, 70-errors that attend a
great, 104-causes of these, 108.
Christ's kingdom, v. 99.
- when at its greatest height, 123.
Jews, v. 120-how counteracted, ibid. v. 179--- perpetuity and change of the,
avoidable, vii. 449—and intolerable, Sacraments, what constitutes a right to,
Sacrifice, when first appointed, v. 25.
the term, how many ways used in the
New Testament, 28-in what respects
with Christ, when absent from the
munion with him, 65.
Salvation, wonderful things done to pro-