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Blood, why the cop is called the blood of Christ

11, 13
Bonnell, his practice after partaking of the Lord's Supper 141
his meditation on the sufferings of Christ

228
after receiving the communion 263
Bradley's Sermons qnoted

58, 233
Bread, why appointed to be used
in what sense it was our Saviour's body

11
Breaking of bread, a name given to the Lord's Supper 52

9

257

Charity, prayer for

181
questions for self-examination on

172
Christmas-day, meditation for

243
hymn for

293
Chrysostom, quotations from

52, 91
Church of England, communion service of

205
definition of saving faith

28
Comber, meditations from his companion to the altar 237,241,245
Comfort, the result of a Christian's self-examination 176
Commandments, observations on the ten

207
Communion, a name given to the Lord's Supper

52
with Christ on earth

129
specially enjoyed at his table 132
pledge and foretaste of bliss 135
hereafter in heaven

136
texts upon it

256
of saints on earth

115
in heaven

139
texts upon it
service, that of the Church of England

205
hints for the employment of the mind in 199
Condition not necessarily implied in the term covenant ..

47
Confession of sins after self-examination

178
Consubstantiation, not required by the Scriptures

12
Corruption of man stated

2
Covenant, that made with Israel
the new, account of

33
explanation of the original word

34
why called new

35
contrasted with the old

41
its nature

41
our duty with reference to it

44
the comfort to be derived from it

48
texts for meditation upon it

252
Cran

his Treatise on the Sacrament, extracts from it 29,31
Crucifixion, the nature of, explained

59
Cup, in what sense it was our Lord's blood

11
of salvation, and of blessing, the terms explained 108, 146

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Design of the Lord's Supper

51
it declares the doctrine of the atonement

24
it represents Christ's death as a sacrifice

54
ratifying the new
covenant

50
it commemorates that death

55
it shews it forth

58
as an unquestionable fact

58
the manner of his death

59
the true cause of his death

56
it declares our expectation of his coming again 62
it illustrates the nature of faith in him

32
Devotedness to God, texts upon

256
Dispensation, meaning of this term

35
divine dispensations in general, explained 40
Duties, to be discharged after receiving the Lord's Supper 147
abound more in acts of devotion

147
remember your greater obligations to obedience 148
endeavour to retain the holy feelings excited 150
contend more vigorously with spiritual enemies 150
endeavour to attain more of the mind of Christ 152
cultivate a spirit of sincere love

153
adorn the religion of your Saviour

154
Dying persons, on the administration of the sacrament to 122

'texts upon

Earle, his sacramental exercises quoted

103, 149
Easter-day, meditations for

244
hymns for

293, 294
Eternal life, a pledge of, received through the Lord's Supper 116

259
Eucharist, meaning of this name given to the Sacrament 52
Eccuses, for not receiving, answered

73
unworthy, and therefore I dare not go

73
too much engaged in business

75
found no benefit from it

76
afraid of breaking my resolutions

77
some are at enmity with me

78

Faith, in Christ's atonement

blessings connected with it
needful when we receive the Lord's Supper
examination as to our having faith
texts upon, for meditation
acts of, in meditation
evidences of

prayer for
Fall of man, account of

24
30

31
96, &c.

253
192
194
180

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Feast, Christian, why the Lord's Supper is so called

on a sacrifice, account of the ancient
Festirals of the Church, meditations on
Flesh and Spirit, questions for self-examination on
Forgiveness of sins, a benefit of the atonement

tests upon it
Frequency of attending the Lord's Supper

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63

4
243
170

21
254
69

98

Graces, Christian, qnestions for self-examination on 170
Gratitude, a subject of self-examination before receiving

will be a prevailing sentiment if we duly receive 142

prayer for
Grove, a meditation from his Treatise on the Lord's Supper 235

180

Hall's Art of Divine Meditation and Contemplation re-
ferred to

184
Happiness, that would follow the universal observance of
the Lord's Supper.

123
hope of this not una arranted

124
effect it would have

126
Harmony of passages relating to the Lord's Supper

7
Haweis, his Spiritual Communicant quoted

111
Helps for self-examination

159
Hints, for the employment of the mind at the communion 199
attain a tranquil spirit

199
realize the divine presence

200
humble yourselves before God

200
let there be acts of faith in Christ

201
make known your requests to God

201
give up yourself to his service

203
make holy resolutions in the divine strength

203
Holy Spirit, texts on the work of

252
Homily, on salvation, quoted

29
Hope, assurance of, a benefit to be obtained
Horneck, a meditation of his

232
Hymns, preparatory

274
at the sacrament

280
after communicating

288

110

Improvement, the due, of the Lord's Supper

140
review the state of our minds

141
duties to which the communicant is called 145
John, observations on a discourse of our Lord's, in

26
Justification, a benefit connected with the atonement 21
texts upon it

254
Justin Martyr, his account of the Lord's Supper

67

Kneeling at the Lord's table, observations ou

2191

172,

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Law of God, questions for examination upon

167
the chief matters of the law

269
Lord's prayer, questions for examination upon

172
Lord's Supper, why this name was given

52
Love of God, meditations upon it

266
selected texts upon it

249
to Christ, meditations upon it

267
texts upon it

250
to man, questions for examination upon 167
to the brethren, texts upon

256
Luther's remark as to preparatiou .

104
Marsden, Rev. Samuel, his account of celebrating the
Lord's Supper in New Zealand

125
Means of Grace, term explained

106
Mediator, New Covenant administered by

41
Meditation, a part of the duty of preparation

101, 183
Meditations preparatory to the Lord's Supper

185
acts of repentance

195
acts of faith

192
evidences of faith

194
acts of charity

197
during the Communion service

226
after receiving

260
when the ordinance has been refreshing 260
when our minds have been wandering 265
on the love of God

266
on love to Christ

267
the spirit of adoption

268
Memorial, meaning of the name

52
Milner, bis Sermon on the Communion quoted

295, &c.
Morality, Christian, questions for self-examination on 172
Mortification of sin, texts upon for meditation

257
Names given to the Lord's Supper

51
Neglect of it attended with aggravated guilt

70
New Covenuint explained, (see Covenant)

33
Nicene Creed, why so called

208
Oblation, meaning of the term

52
Obligations to receive the Lord's Supper

64
it is expressly commanded

65
the motive assigned

66
the universal practice of the church

66
the statement of St. Paul i Tow..

68
Owen, Dr. extracts from

99, 161
Passover, way the Jews observed it

4
contrasted with the Lord's Supper
Patrick, Bishop, quotations from

75,80
Persons, who they are that ought to communicate

90

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Post Communion explained

221
Prayers before self-examination

166
after self-examination

178
before receiving the Lord's Sirpper

181
after

271
Preparation for the Lord's Supper

89
knowledge of its nature

93
self-examination

93
meditation

101
prayer, expectation, and a stated time

102
Primitive Christians, all received

64
way they received

66, 220
Qualifying for an office, impropriety of communicating
merely for this

87
Questions for self-examination every morning and evening 160

on various parts of Scripture 167
Rambach's Meditations referred to

184
Ratificution of the Old (or Jewish) Covenant

6
of the New (or Christian) Covenant

51
Reeves' Apologies of the Fathers, quotation from

67
Relative Duties, questions for self-examination on

174
Remembrunce of Christ at his table, the chief thing to be
attended to

142
it will increase penitence

142

gratitude and admiration 143
Repentance and faith intimately connected together

25
help to our examination of our

95, 168
acts of

185

179
texts upon for meditation

253
Resolutions, holy, to be made at the Lord's table

203
meditations on

269
Reynolds, Bishop, quotations from

235
Richardson, Mr. his remarks on the Lord's Supper

57
Roman Catholics, their denying the cup unscriptural

10
their doctrine of transubstantiation 12.
Sacrament, meaning of the term

51
Sacrifice, why the Lord's Supper was so called

52
Sacrifices, those of the law of Moses

2
Sanctification, a benefit of the atonement

22
promoted by the Lord's Supper

113
texts upon it for meditation

255
Self-examination, remarks on

--93
Helps for-let a fixed time be set apart

161
consider the Holy Scriptures the test 168

conduct it in the spirit of prayer 165
Questions for

167

prayer for

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