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Lord's Day, the Christian Sabbath, 145, 146.
What outward sign, 210. What inward part, 210. Bene-
to, 212. Dispositions requisite for, 212.
cessary for communicants, 212. Sign of faith, 212.
4. Always described as a sinner, 4, 99. Exposed to punish-
inability to love God, 122.
Reverence in, commanded, 139, What it is, 177. Heart to
181. Times for private, 195.
Prayer, 183. Division of, 183.
sary for all, 14. The gift of God, 14. Means by which pro-
duced, 16. How evidenced, 213.
by virtue of Christ, 107. Instances of, 107.
143. How to be kept holy, 145.
92. Pattern, 92. Who makes them holy, 93. With whom
they hold communion, 93. Partakers of divine nature, 94.
99. Who invited to it, 28.
only can pardon, 98. Assurance of forgiveness of, 100. Pro-
ceeds from the heart, 174. Prayer to be kept from, 201.
freshed by Lord's Supper, 210.
said to be led into, 200.
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