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377, 379, 382, 567, 577, 702—Dread lest it had passed, 1 * Destruction, the city of, iii. 90, &c.
* Difficulty, the hill, iii. 104, 193, 214, 222.
Difficulties in closing with Christ, ii. 252.
* Diffidence the wife of Despair, iii. 140—Slain, iii. 229.
Dissembling before God, what it is, ii. 682.
- The Christian's duty, proved by the fiery furnace and
comes—God's sergeant or bailiff, i. 221–Hath no domi- * Ditch, dangerous, in the Shadow of Death, iii. 115—"A
go to judgment, iii. 679-A deliverer to the saint, iii. 707. Cain's gibbet, and think they have the halter of Judas
temptations at the dark entry, i. 679—Scenes, i. 729, 742 -condemned, iii. 368.
iii. 652—Music heard at the death-bed of a Puritan, iii. 564. their captains—Slain and buried, iii. 361– To be destroy-
ed, while Bloodmen or Persecutors are left to the day of
waking, if filthy, defile the flesh-Not relied upon by God's
tives to leave sins, ii. 532—Iniquitous opinions, ii. 537. to Christiana, iii. 173, 188—*Mercy's sweet dream, iii. 195
i. 744-Has a long neck to look into the next world, i. 750 | Drum, Diabolus makes a hideous noise with his drum, iii.
received, although unknown, i. 769.
241---ALL Israel the children of the promise, i. 242, 243,
262—Of the church, what it is, i. 336-Legions of devils
-* Allegorically, iii. 92—*Christiana escapes, iii. 178, - An act of the Father, i. 344; ii. 598—Election and i1.
probation cannot be pleaded at the day of judgment, ii,
140— Not only of persons, but of gifts and graces, ii. 341
--Illustrated by the animals saved in the ark, ii. 467-
easy, i. 741.
And departing from iniquity inseparable, ii. 511 — To Must be living faith - Justifying fai:h, ii. 314-Come
And in all good works, ii. 550— Produces hope ani re
soul, iii. 266, 285—llis livery to be worn daily, iii. 323– 682-Objects of, must be believed- Thou must be ton
*Difference between false and justifying faith- The
heaven, ii. 431-By Bunyan in verse first published as a * Faithful, the pilgrim, passes palace called Beautiful without
entering, iii. 111-Christian overtakes hin, ii. 116–Be
dom, iii. 126--His sufferings and death, iii. 128.
Faithful reproof, exciting malice and hatred, iii. 591.
tualized, ii. 428-Allegorically represented, iii. 25.–
Gradations from incredulity to atheism, iii. 261.
Falling from knowledge, how, and why, i. 392.
- Not for wages or money, i. 292--In Christ promised Famine-Hunger making his last meal of a man, i. 249.
Fasting and fast days, i. 41 ; iii. 328, 340—Pharisees fast
Fathers--Bible preferred to them and to all authors, iii. 3R
As a father, how distinguished from his fear as the judge,
Divers kinds-- Called anguish, i. 415–Ungodly fear of
reliance on Christ, i. 447—Godly fear which lasteth má
Mansoul and were convicted, iii. 369-Live-by-feeling and Satan, by groundless confidence and ungrounded fears--
their Lord's talent, i. 452—Devil's faith produces the
preter's house, iii. 98, 181-At the house called Beautiful, from it, i. 462—However small or young, greatly blessed
i. 472– The darling grace- Motives to fear God, i. 475-
of growth, i. 483-Hinderances, i. 485—Degrees—The
pulse of the soul, i. 489-Encouragements to it, most ho-
i. 353--of saints sometimes dark in the dying hour, i. 455 i. 628—Described, iii. 105, 159, 215, 741.
188-Of Mr. Fearing, iii. 212—By Feeblemind, iii. 221 * Feeble-mind rescued from Slay-good, iii. 221–His hapi
Filth, Mr., an odious, nasty, lascivious piece of beastliness
Final perseverance of the saints, i. 22 [No. 134], 539, 552–
If one of his sheep be lost, Christ and his Father are overs
ance essential, i. 70— Wild faith is presumption, i. 92– Flaming sword kills all who attempt to re-enter Paradise by
- Power of hell bent against it, i. 231—And doubting may his net, iii. 151.
Fornication, its awful consequences, iii. 611. 612.
salvation, i. 439—The brightness of his glory covers us
with the shadow of death, i. 439--His Name expresses his
nature, i. 410-How described in Scripture, i. 457-His
sistible; we must drink with death-Who it is he can- i. 585--The source of all happiness, i.586-MERCY of, how
sion and love, i. 603-His THRONES, i. 642; in heaven, on
by God's appointment, to be the Judge, iii. 728—All prayer can be received, i. 643–His Commands imperative,
but miscry to the wicked, iii. 730. See Judgment-day. long arm to reach all, ii. 5- Deeper than hell, ii. 6—Lower
The presence of the Eternal God there will give life ii. 8--His greatness our safety and glory, ii. 14-Fulness
carnal eyes, ii. 193—Perfections infinite, ii. 414_His com-
iii. 733—- A sea of burning brimstone, iii. 75+--Memory yet gracious, through the Redeemer, ii. 594-One to the
ii. 676–False notions of, ii. 630— The on!y keeper of on?
iii. 628–Weights, too heavy or too light, tried by the --His faithfulness our preservation, ii. 731 Makes the
Christians' bed, i. 741-Christ the Lamb and God, have
God- THE FATHER--Giveth his elect to the Son, who saveth
as a mighty wind, ii. 572- The blinking candle we do children to him, i. 243-Giveth his people to his Son, i.
244-Import of this word giving, i. 24+His intent in
giving, i. 245-Gives and Christ saves two distinct per-
sons, i. 274.
God—THE Sox-His sufficiency incomprehensible, i. 87—
Ilas bags of mercy yet unscaled, i. 98— The only Jacob's
ladder to heaven, i. 103--llis ability our safety, i. 211-
All men must be saved or damned by, i. 231-Son's re-
ception of the Father's gift, i. 246-The extent of his
iii. 219--Poetic riddles, iii. 220-Tells a story worth the ners, i. 315-Who he is: the seed of David, by promise ;
the Wonderful, i. 393—The promised Messial, i. 393-
Promised to every age, i. 391--A Saviour; what it means,
- Wide enough for all the lovers of Christ, i. 366–Of types, i. 396—All fulfilled in him, i. 397; ii. 144—God with
God, merits of Christ, help of angels, a good conscience;
every round fitly placed, ii. 9, 10—His divinity, ii. 15, 16,
iii. 140, 229-Grim or Bloody Man, iii. 195—Jaul the Father, ii. 118— The Creator, ii. 151--- Alone can enable
man to call God Father, ii. 192-1lis design more than
20; iii. 11-His account of Bunyan's early ministry, iii. holiness imputed to us superior to Adam's, ii. 292, 307,
427-Being infinite and eternal, ii. 300-- The high God
we sec over mighty enemies, iii. 400— The foundation upon
which the Church is fitly framed, iii. 434.
tions or rules for its study, ii. 386, 337, 591--Of persons help our infirmities, or all our prayers are vain, i. 426,
to ascend, by Christ, to heaven, ii. 10— The Third Person
— Riding post with his gospel, i. 84-His goodness, his Spirit and conscience the ministers in Mansoul, iii. 320.
ii. 242-Instances, ii. 243.
Gods or objects of worship many, but to the Christian ono 692-By rature, described in ten particulars, i. 693–
God's mode of breaking, i. 693, 694, 787–God only can
iii. 430—Made pure by heat, so the saints by persecution, made contented, i. 694_Contrite, its meanings and signs,
iii. 431-As it were transparent glass, its meaning, iii. 438. i. 695, 696-Broken, feels its poverty, and depends on
Christ-To what it is compared, i. 700—Broken, the no-
the devil's fortress, i. 703— Must be ripped up by contie-
tions, i. 701-Nothing will break but violence, i. 705–
Reasons why it must be broken- Why God esteems it,
riches, i. 735-rewarded in heaven, i. 737—The fruits of ful on earth, but joyful in heaven, i. 715—How to judge
i. 342, 527— The kingdom of Its entrance a gate; open
one of faith to heaven on earth, and another to the very
-Carnal, crawling like locusts and maggots, ii. 429. was caught, i. 366-Heavenly things more glorious than
lection in eternity, i. 69-In a great sinner shines, i. 83-- rejected, i. 376—All will think it desirable at the end of
Hebrew names, and their meanings, ii. 496.
Heights of fallen angels, and heights in us to plague us, ii
Heights and depths between the convert and heaven, i. 340.
Hei: One hour there burns out all the enjoyments of sin in
the world, i. 14—Torments described, i. 120, 136, 137,
-Drink tears mixed with burning brimstone, i. 230 - How
pared of old, ii. 106-Death ever feeding on the soul, ii.
means of grace, ii. 123–Degrees of torment, the smallesi
insupportable, ii. 128–*Hell's mouth, iii. 115—* Byway
to hell, iii. 145, 166, 231, 235–Eternity of hell torments
awfully described, iii. 379, 684, 694, 702, 723—Torments
increased by reflection, iii. 596-A few sighs from, or the
--Unweldable, but by Christ, 216—Evil, i. 316—Six death-Hell not in this life, iii. 681-Awful description,
* Ilen and chickens illustrate the Christian's call, iii. 186. boy and his song, iii. 206-Our Lord's country-house, iii.
207- Forgetful Green, where Christian fought Apollyon,
iii. 207, 208.
Humility, a sign of a contrite heart, i. 698—The convinced
sinner sees himself a filthy, leprous, polluted, sinful bit of
fully dry ; stands afar off; ii. 269, 272—Leaves room for
the Mediator, ii. 270-Four remarkable instances of, ii.
614-Importance of seeing its beauty, i. 732—Three iii. 190—There is dirt in tears, and filthiness in prayers,
Hunger making his last meal of the lepers, i. 248.
heavenly mystery, hid from the wise and prudent, iii. 397 i. 16.
“I say unto you," words of solein in port, i. 373— From
God, i. 374.
*Idle life, one of the slanders on professors, iii. 700.
Idolatry, what it is, i. 586.
* Ignorance born in the country of Conceit-entered not by
hope without faith, is to see without eyes, i. 577—The dealing with, iii. 146–Comes to the river-Ferried over
Immortality of soul and body, iii. 726.
- Narrates his experience, iii. 153—Assists Christian in Imputed righteousness, justification by, or no way to heaven
but by Jesus Christ-A clear, quit, free, and saved condi-
tion, in the approbation of God's holy law, i. 301-As
temple, iii. 512—I'he liouse in the forest a type of the to that of Christ-By Christ's obedience to the law, the
sin, justify not, i. 308—Justification requires perfect
righteousness-Illustrated by the types, i. 311-Adam's
don of sin, ii. 266-Station more blessed than the world is Joshua, accompanied by the non-imputation of sin, i. 312
-Without the law-Essential, i. 324, 514, 618; ii. 308,
317; iii. 739, 741-Inherent only in Christ, i. 325-Denied
Pillar of warning-Beautitied with lilies—The shepherd- justification, ii. 248— The act of God, ii. 249–Before
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