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Lord, a name given to Christ, vi. 382, 383—of All, a

name given to Christ, vii. 76—of the Sabbath, a

name given to Christ, vii. 79
Lowth's, Bishop, translation of Isaiah quoted, vi. 415
Lucian, concerning the first Christians, vi. 162
Luther, Martin, his rashness in rejecting St. James's

Epistle, i. 276—his excellent advice to Melancthon
on preaching, i. 378—distinguished improperly be-
tween a believer and his actions, ii. 102-rashly gave
a blow to the doctrines of justice, iii. 439~extract

from, vi. 546
Lukewarm professors, two sorts of, iv. 5644566
Lukewarmness, a prayer for those who plead for,iv.411
Lusts, a distinction between lawful and sinful, ir.

265, 266
Lucian, what he says of Christ and the primitive Chris-

tians, iv. 506
Luke, St. attests the divinity of Christ, vii. 77

Madan, Rev. Mr. quoted on justification by works,

i. 570, 571 ; ii. 329
Mahomet, forbids us to pay divine honours to any but

the Father, vi. 318
Mahomedans in many respects Pagans, iv. 507-main-

tain the unity of God, iv. 507—have acknowledged

the existence of Jesus Christ, iv. 507
Mahometanism, prepares Heathen idolaters for the re-

ception of Christianity, iv. 508
Malachi, foretels the advent of Christ, vii. 49, 50
Malice, takes a pleasure in injuring others, i. 73
Man's apostacy and misery, proved from scripture and

reason, vii. 344, 382
Man, natural, what meant by the expression, v.315 ;

vii. 207-spiritual, what, v. 316-observations on,

vi. 405, 406
Manicheism, what, iii. 449; iv. 10, 11
Manichees, their ridiculous creed, i. 22
Manifestation of Christ in the flesh, why delayed 4000

years, vi. 275, 276-time and place of, suited to such
an event, vi. 277—279—of the Spirit what, i. 475

Manifestations, spiritual, what, v. 323–325—the effects

of, v. 326, 336, 337–extraordinary, the desigu of,
v. 331, 332—ordinary and mixt, the design of, v.
332, 333—the bad effects of not distinguishing be-
tween them, v. 335-suited to the various states of
the church, v. 339, 340—why some die without, v.
341—why not made to some sincere seekers, v. 342
sometimes almost overwhelming, v. 342—means to
be used to obtain them, what, v. 343–346-of
Christ to his people in all ages of the world, v. 346
-369—do not supersede the letter of scripture, F.

Mankind, general observations on the redemption of,

iv. 499–513—Christ the Redeemer and Saviour of,

vi. 408-420
Manners, different, in which sinners are awakened,

vii. 220
Mark, St., attests the divinity of Christ, vii. 78,79
Martin, Rev., his plea for indwelling sin, iv. 346—367
Martyr, Justin, concerning the doctrine of fate, iii. 315

-unguarded concerning free-will, iii. 334
Massillon, Bishop, of lukewarm ministers, vi. 22, 23–

concerning false apostles, vi. 26
Materialism, a chief bulwark of atheism, iv. 30, 31-

Dr. Priestley one of the principal defenders of,

vi. 312
Matrimony, reasons for and against, v. 397, 398—200

forbidden to ministers, v. 579, 580
Matthew, St. proves the divinity of Christ, vii. 77
Mead, Matthew, quoted, ii, 247, 455
Means of grace, how to be used, i. 179
Medea, a remarkable saying of, iv. 361
Melchizedeck, a type of Christ, vii. 68—70
Memory, its aptness to forget spiritual things, i. 59
Meetness for heaven, see T'itle.
Merit, what, i. 535—of works, salvation by, disclaimed

by Mr. Wesley, i. 273, 274—in what sense scriptural,
i. 280-289-Baxter's judgment of, i. 357—the im-
port of the word, i. 483-488, 518—in what sense
used by our Lord, ii. 18—20-of congruity, how used,

uote, ii. 237—239-original, and derived, the differ-
ence between, ii. 357—360—proper and improper,

what, iii. 520
Messiah, all the prophets bear witness of the, as the

bruiser of the serpent's head, &c. vii. 31–50
Micah, foretels the advent of Christ, vii. 44–46
Milton, a quotation from, i. 121, 124, 125-a scale of

duties, iii. 552—referred to, vi. 429, 430
Millennium, an account of the, vii. 44–46
Minerals and metals, many of them poisonous, i. 37,38
Mineral kingdom, reflections on the, vi. 404
Ministers, the duty of, i. 140—how they ought to

preach to promote morality, i. 145—how their wives,
when loving pleasure, are treated in Hungary, v. 580
-inspired and appointed by Christ, v. 506, 507—
evangelical, v. 586—592 ; vi. 1-17—their power
and authority, v. 517—519_faithful, adapt their dis-
courses to the state of their hearers, vi. 1714-177–
uze various means to save souls, v. 565–568—011-
happy if not rendered useful, vi. 5—8-want of suc-
cess often owing to unfaithfulness, vi. 5—8—uncon-
verted comprehend not the gospel, v. 502—wicked, a
curse to society, how, v. 552-554-lukewarm, their
timidity censured, v. 557—avaricious, the bad effects
produced by, v.573—justified in leaving congregations
to which they are not useful, vi. 9, 10-lukewarm,
the portrait of, vi. 21, 25—three classes of, vi.31,32–
faithful, the true successors of the apostles, vi. 36-
40-may prove the divinity of their mission without
miracles, vi. 40-43--ought to use great exertion in
this corrupt world, vi. 48–56—ought to imitate
the zeal of St. Paul, vi. 56–59—without piety, their

manner of preaching, vi. 73–74
Ministry, Christian, in what it consists, v. 506, 507–

the work of, requires great diligence, vi. 69–72
Minutes of the Conference, an extract from, i. 219,

220—the occasion of, i. 236-240—the general tenor
of their propositions, i. 240—243-established by
scripture, and the concessions of R. Hill, Esq. ii.

Misery, the effect of sin, i. 44–48
Mobs, the danger of setting up, v. 58, 60, 62
Molinos, quoted, ii. 348, 349
Montesquieu, quoted, v. 14
Moon, reflections on the, vi. 402
Moore, Dr., what he says of the Mahometans, iv. 507
Moralists, antichristian, addressed, ii. 544—548
Morality, what it teaches, vi. 218, 219-Christiauity

furnishes the best motives to it, vi. 221–223_eran-
gelical, ennobles our most ordinary actions, vi. 235–
its connexion with the three parts of the Apostles'
Creed, vi. 240—243~its dependance on true doc-

trines, vi. 256, 257
Morals connected with the doctrines of Christianity,

vi. 146, 147
More, Dr. Henry, extract from, vi. 504
Moses, prophesies of Christ, vii. 28-30
Mothers, remarkable conduct of some, iv. 502
Motives, the use of, in religion, v. 584, 585
Motives, primary and secondary, illustrated, iii. 381

Mysticism, what, note, ii. 16, 17, 348—evangelical,

vi, 495
Mysteries, of the kingdom of heaven, what, iv. 134, 135

Nebuchadnezzar, image, the story of, improved, iv.568

570_dream, iv, 533
Necessity, Calvinistic, what, iii. 289, 290_defined,

ii. 293–295—natural, what, moral, what, iii. 298
Calvinian, illustrated, iii. 514, 515—the pedigree of,
iv. 4,5—makes God the author of all sin, iv. 5, 20%
philosophical, Mr. Toplady's view of, iv. 1628mcon-
trary to genuine philosophy, iv. 17, 18moverthrows
conscience, iv. 18, 19-robs man of self-activity and
self-motion, iv. 19-contrary to scripture and com-
mon sense, iv. 21, 22-represents a future judgment
as an hypocritical act, iv. 22, 23—places inatter
above spirit, iv. 24-makes human souls receive all
their moral excellency and depravity from the con-
texture of the brain, iv. 25--27 — keys to open the
scriptures by which Mr. T. supports his scheme of,
iv. 33—59-natural, not to be confounded with moral,
iv. 44-46—absolute differs from prophetic certainty,
iv. 46–51—not to be inferred from forced metaphors,
iv. 38, 39—nor from the word shall in scripture, iv.
40, 41-pot needful to accomplish God's purposes,
iv. 59, 60—different kinds of, note, iv. 66, 67 ; iii.
266, 267-absolute, the error of Spinosa, Manes,
&c., iv. 71, 72-on its principles there can be no sin,

iv. 148-150
Nero, his monstrous cruelty, iv. 505
New creature, described, vii. 203

Birth, vii. 243 —necessity of, vii. 246
Newton, Sir Isaac, vi. 508
Nicene faith, defended by Bishop Bull, vi. 398—400
Noah, why spared at the deluge, iii. 522
Number of 2300, mentioned in Daniel, a remark on

the, iv. 535
Nyssenus, Gregory, his judgment of man's free-will,

iii. 317

Oath of God, what, ii. 539
Obedience, of faith, essential to eternal life, ii, 233—

235—sincere, how a condition of eternal life, ii.
239—255-oddly termed by Mr. Berridge “a Jack
o’Lantern," ii. 248—distinguishes believers from

others, ii. 444–450—the importance of, iii. 44–50
Olivers, Mr. Thomas, on the Hebrews, recommended,

iii. 240
Omar, the leader of a Mahomedan sect, iii. 438
Omega, see “Alpha"
Omniscience, ascribed to Christ, vi. 392, 393
Omnipresence, ascribed to Christ, vi. 393, 394
“ Ordained to eternal life,” the import of, iii. 114, 115

-of old," &c., Jude 4, explained, note, iii. 157
Ordination of sin, charged by Calvin upon God, iii. 312
Origen, an advocate for free-will, iii. 316_his fine

apostrophe, vi 172—referred to, vi. 401
Orpheus, a quotation from, iv. 520
Ostervald, Mons. concerning lukewarm ministers,

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