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ness of sin, 57.

Agar, interpretation of, 34 (note).
Allegory, what, 34.

Almsgiving, duty of, 45; the danger
of omitting the duty, 69; en-
forced, 172.
Altar, Christian, 64.
Amattari, the family of, mentioned

I Sam. x. 21; the text quoted
in illustration of God's Paternal
Government over the families of
heaven and earth, 82 (and note).
Ambition of those who wished to in-

troduce circumcision, 42.
Angels, men become in the Gospel,

6; Priests called, 8-28; St. Paul
received as, 32; their life a pat-
tern for Christians, 55; cannot
confer spiritual gifts, 60; are
taught the mystery of the Gospel
by the Church, 80; their knowl-
edge limited, 80; orders of them
alluded to, 81; as implied in the
word "family," 82 (and note);
surround Elisha and encamp un-
seen as guardians of God's saints,
95; keep unity, 99; are a pattern
of love and unity to us, 100; are
present at the Christian mysteries,

120; represented as girded like
soldiers, 165.
Anger, to be directed against the

devil and against ourselves, 58,
163; forbidden against Our
brethren, 118; its cure, 118; it
is giving place to the devil, ib.;
of momentary anger, 128.
Anomoans, 28 (note).
Apostles, &c., Eph. iv. 11, 12; the

subordination of the Christian
ministry not defined in this text,

Apostolic vocation, prerogative of, 2. | Charity, can only be exercised in this
Argument, not the way to attain spir-
itual wisdom, 60.
Arius, the heretic, 164.
Armor, of the Christian, 167.
Atonement, 4, 22, 23, 27; the mar-

velousness of it and its effects, 53.

Babylas, St., buried in his fetters, 96.
Baptism, not the Law, makes us sons,

4; a crucifixion with Christ,
22; regenerating with the Word,
35; a confession of faith before
and after it, 53 (and note); no
second Baptism, 57, 73; raises
Christians to sit together with
Christ, 67; washes away sin, 69;
the beginning of righteousness,
114; the danger of sin after it,

Bitterness, taints the whole character,

122; is powerless, 122; must be
entirely eradicated, 125.
Boasting in self ultimately leads to

humility, 44.
Body, not sinful, but the instrument

of sin, 39; not necessarily evil,
41; nor opposed to the spirit,
41; not evil in substance, 42.
Body, not sinful in itself, but sins,

when left to itself, 73; should
be in subjection to the soul, 74;
the compactness and sympathy
of its members a type of those of
the Church, 106, 117; its limits
forbid covetousness, 58; and ex-
cess, 138; the Church is Christ's
body, 62; receives life from Him
as the body from the head, 106;
as such must not be torn by
schism, ib.

Body and blood of Christ, partaken
in the Eucharist, 63.
Bonds, their great power, 85 et seqq.;

a type of bondage by sin, 88;
see Prison.

Carnal, what acts are so called, 73.
Cathari, a name indirectly assumed

by the Novatians, 119 (and note).
Catholics, accused of being through

ambition contentious against
heretics, 7.

life, 46; to be extended to all, ib.
Children, the Three Holy Children,
92, 93.
Children, admonished, 153; their

duty obedience, 153; need not
be made monks, but must be
brought up as Christians, 154;
to be taught self-discipline and
trained for immortality, 154; re-
quire this training more for courts
than for monastic life, 155; they
who train them are forming stat-
ues to Christ, 156.
Chosen, how Christians are chosen,

55; are made manifest by seal-
ing, 56.
Christ, His sufferings voluntary, 4;

the cause both of our hidden
and of our visible life, 22; was
sacrificed for all men, 23; yet
loved each enough to die for
him alone, ib.; awful mysterious-
ness of His death, 23; took on
Him the curse of the Cross, 27;
in the baptized, 29, 30; Chris-
tians fulfill the Law one with and
for another, 43; our Mediator
and Judge, 51; above all prin-
cipality and power, 61; our
Head, 62, 105; made man's
nature His garment, 62; His
deep humiliation and high ex-
altation, 62; specially present
in the Eucharist, 65; how He
broke down the middle wall, 71;
and abolished the enmity, 72;
became a Jew by circumcision,
73; a Gentile by being a curse,
ib., united both Jews and Gen-
tiles and slew the enmity by His
Cross, 73; the chief corner-stone,
75; brought us to Himself, 75;
dwells in the faithful, 81; His
glory in the Church, 82; the ex-
emplar of love to enemies, 84;
and of forgiveness of injuries,
129; led captivity captive, 104;
is the Head of the Church, and
the Saviour of the Body, 144;
the Bridegroom of the Church,
144; His love to the Church a
pattern for husbands, 142–145.

Christians, in all conditions called

saints and faithful, 49; their
blessings spiritual, 50; how
chosen in Christ, 51; in order to
be unblamable, 51; ought to
be like Angels, 55, 62, 100; how
sealed by the Spirit, 56, 120;
their privilege in having Christ
for their head, 62; are members
of His body, 62; partakers of
His body in the Eucharist, 63;
are made to sit in heavenly
places, 67; are created unto
good works, 68; may not live in
the flesh, but in heaven, 74; are
given what elder saints toiled
after, 75; are collectively and
severally the temple of God, 75;
are bound as one body by mu-
tual ties, 102; all equal in Christ,
102; alike in grace, differ in
gifts, 103; how light in the
Lord, 133; cannot serve God
and mammon, 135; must walk
circumspectly and not give of-
fense, 137; must put on the
whole armor of God, 160; their
conflict with the devil, 161;
must stand well and be braced
up for the fight, 163; how they
are to keep the Passover, 165;
their warfare ceases in the land
of promise, 166; are here in a
pilgrimage or campaign, 166.
Chrysostom, St., did not preach to

please, 79; calls to public hu-
miliation, 102; offers to resign
his dignity for the sake of unity,
108; his times, manifold vices
of, 78, 79 (and note); neglect
of Communion, 64; degeneracy
of teachers, 78; Church offi-
ces salable, ib.; the Church in
conflagration through pride,
100; treatment of slaves, 123.
Church, name of, implies unity, 4;
divided into a thousand parties,
8; represented by Sarah, 34;
its exaltation as the body of
Christ, 62; is Christ's fullness,
62; shall continue till He comes,
76, 82; is one body in Him, 99;
binds all together by mutual
good offices, ib.; is like a house
built of men's souls, 100, 101;
set on fire by pride, ib.; ought|
not to seek the support of bad
men, 107; is the spouse of
Christ, 144; her condition when
He took her, ib.
Circumcision, brings us under the

Law, 37; observed by St. Paul,
not preached, 38.
Clamor, forbidden, 123; is the vehi-
cle of anger, a special fault of
women, ib.
Commandments, the Ten, the order
of them, 153.
Communicants, unworthy, 79; care-

less and formal, 108; must re-
frain from reviling, and why, 120.
Communion, Church, not to be ex-

panded to take in bad men, 107.
Concession, and command, difference

between, 15; condescension of
the Apostles to the Judaists, I–

Corner-stone. See Christ.
Corruption, various meanings of the
word, 171.
Courtezans, 151.
Covenants, old and new proceeded
both from the Father and the
Son, 6.
Covetousness is idolatry in Christians,
133-34; leads to the death of
the soul, 134.

Cross, destroys the need of the Law,
3; removes the curse, 27; the
boast of Christians, 46; raises
them above the old Dispensation
as well as above the world, 46.
Curiosity, generally misdirected and
misplaced, 141.

Damsels, devoted to monastic life,

David, a guileless character, 123.
Deacon, his office in dismissing the

congregation, 64 (and note).
Death, of the soul, what it is, 134;

the second death, 172.
Devil, why called the prince of this
world, 66; why of the power of
the air, ib.; takes advantage of
men's quarrels, 119; and of their
covetousness, 162; his wiles, 159;
his forces, 160; may be overcome,
160; but is not to be wrestled
with so much as trampled on,
162; his fiery darts are doubts,
169; and evil desires and sharp
sorrows, 169; to be slain by keep-
ing the commandments, 169.
Dispensation of grace, 76.
Drunkenness, excludes from Heaven,
69; its temporal ill effects, 138.

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partaken in it, 63; the prepara-
tion for it, 63; profanation of it,
64; neglect of it, ib.; formal-
ism of Communicating only at
the seasons, danger of unworthy
Communicating, 63; inconsist-
ency of coming to Service and
not Communicating, 64; unfit-
ness not the fault of nature but
of indolence, 65; Christ specially
present in the Eucharist, 65; al-
lusions to the Eucharistic Ser-
vice, 120-21; see Sacrifice.
Evidences, of the Gospel, 9.
Evil, not necessarily connected with
this life, 5; not in our bodily
substance but our will, 42.

Faith, vitiated by a slight adultera-
tion, 7; to be defended in slight
matters, 8; slight perversion of,
invalidates the ministerial author-
ity, 8; anterior to the Law, 26–
27; justifies without the Law, 26;
but not without love, 37; ever
sees Christ, 24; gains miraculous
and spiritual powers, 25; as no
force if the Law be added, 25;
makes us sons of God, 30; al-
ways joined with love by St.
Paul, 60; will not save without
works, 67; a shield to protect
ready believers, 169.
Faithful, the, bear about the form of

Christ, 30; the body of Christ, 41.
Falsehood, an instance of willful sin,


Fasting, a means of intercession, 101.
Father and Son, one in will, 4; one

in act, 6; reveal each other, 11,

Fathers, their duties in the nurture of
their children, 154.

Faults, to be mildly corrected, 43.

Paul, 84, &c.
Fireworshipers, 110.
Flesh, means not the body, but the
depraved will, 41.
Forgiveness, motives for it, 128–29.
Foundation, катаßоλǹ, a beautiful al-

Earnest, the meaning of the word ex- Fetters and bonds, gloried in by St.
plained, 56; see Spirit.
Economy, of the Apostles about the
Law, 15; to be beneficial to the
objects of it, must be concealed
from them, 16; of St. Paul in
circumcising Timothy, 16.
Education in Scripture remedies that
in the Classics, 154; consists in
nurture, see Children.

Eli, 154.
Elisha, 95.

Ephesus, the metropolis of [Procon-

sular] Asia, 49; the abode of St.
John and of Timothy, and a
great resort of philosophers,
ib.; its inhabitants advanced in
knowledge, 49.
Epiphany, the great festival of the

Greek Church in remembrance
of our Lord's Baptism and Birth,
63 (note); a season for Com-
municating, ib.

Equality of ranks, inconsistent with
peace, 147; Christian equality,
102; civil slavery not inconsist-
ent with it, 142; mutual service,

Eucharist, called the flesh of Christ,

41; Christ's body and blood

lusion contained in the word, 51;
Christ the foundation, 75.
"Fullness of the times" was Christ's
coming, 54.

"Fullness of Christ" is the
Church, 62.


"Fullness of God" explained,

Galatians, nature of their error, 2;
feared to forsake the Law, 6;
justly called "foolish," 23; sons
of Abraham as Isaac was, 34;
misled by party spirit, 40.
"Gather together into one," the
meaning of the expression, 54.
Gentile customs, 8.
Gentiles, raised above the privileges

of the Jews, 71; their calling a
mystery, So: the vanity of their
worship as directed to the crea-
tures, 110; it flattered men's evil
passions, III.

God, loves us for His own Name's
sake, 56; a just apprehension of
Him forbids us to doubt or ra-
tionalize, 60; the knowledge of
Him derived from His Spirit,
ib.; His goodness not to be pre-
sumed upon, 69; kind to the un-
thankful, 139; no respecter of
persons, 159.
Good-pleasure, the meaning of the
word, 52.
Government, in its origin paternal, 82;
must be centered in one, 146;
exemplified in a household, 159.
Gospels, one in substance, though
fourfold in form, 7; easily per-
verted, 7.
Gospel, no afterthought, 51, 55; may
be in itself an offense, in the
manner of preaching it should
not be, 137.
Grace, sets us free, makes us new,
heirs and sons, 30; the great
change it produces in Christians,
52; arrays the soul in spiritual
beauty, 53.
Guilelessness, 123.

Habit, one sinful one may ruin us,
68; evil ones must be cured by
cultivating their opposites, 125-


Hagar, 149.

Hannah, an example to mothers,

154; of watchfulness and prayer,
170; her reverence and contri-
tion, 170.
Harlots, their treatment of their
lovers, 83.
Heretics, denied the Co-equality of
the Father and the Son, 4;
considered this life essentially
evil, 5.

Herod, judgment upon, 90.
Holiness in teachers more influential

than miracles, 77.
Holy children, as examples of tri-

umph over affliction, 93.
Hospitality, to be shown to the poor,

Household, the mistress's duty in the

conduct of, 124; when well or-
dered sheds a fragrance around,
143; is a little city and its head
a prince, 159.
Husbands, to love their wives as
Christ loved the Church, 144-
45; the husband the head of
the family, 146; the importance
of him to the household, 148;
character of a good one, 149;
must show all forbearance, 150;
and wean his wife from the
world, ib.

Hymn, the Angelic Hymn, "Holy,
Holy, Holy," sung in the Eu-
charistic service, 64 (and note),
121, 165.

Idolatry of Christians is covetousness,
134; its origin, 135.
Ignorance, to profess it more wise

than to profess knowledge, 141.
Incarnation, effects of, 30.

Inheritance, by lot, according to a

purpose, 55.
Israelites, how they kept the Pass-

over, 164; how they fell, 165;
their history is a mystery or type,

Jailer at Philippi, conversion of, 87.
James the Less, not the Lord's brother,
though so called, 13.
Jeremiah in prison, 94.
Jericho, 166.

Jerusalem, earthly and heavenly, 166.
Jesting, forbidden to Christians, 130;
the character of one given to it,
131; enormous when extended|
to Scripture, 131-32.
Jesus, the Son of Nave, the type of
Jesus the Son of God, 166.
Jews, the hindrance to their conver-
sion, 4; their blessings earthly,
50; how of old chosen by God,
51; their privileges how stated
by St. Paul, 71; how Jews and
Gentiles are made one, 71.

Job, an example of protracted suffer-
ing, 172.

John Baptist in prison, 94.
Joseph in prison, 94.
Judaizers opposed St. Paul, 2; their

ambition, 42; in St. Chrysostom's
day, 8, 21; heresy of, 11.
Judgments, temporal, a call to repent-

ance, 79.

Julian, St., a recluse, his character,

Laver, of Baptism. See Baptism.
Law the, not evil, but weak and dan-

gerous, 20; death to, different
meanings of, 22; causes faith
not to avail, 25; curse of re-
moved by the Cross, 27; par-
tially restrains sin, 28; provided
for self-knowledge and self-re-
straint, 29; once led to, now
leads from Christ, 29; sometimes
means Genesis, often the Old
Testament, 33; obedience to part
of, subjects to the whole, 36;
abolished to make room for a
higher rule of life, 39, 42; ful-
filled by the various gifts of the
faithful, 43; the ceremonies of,
abolished in Christ, 72.
Lent-season, 63.

Light, detects darkness by its own

shining, 133, 136.

Lot, inheritance by lot implies that

we are not chosen by merit, 55
(and note).
Love, God's love the cause of our

being chosen, 52; how to under-
stand its extent, 82; its effects
and obligations upon man, 98;
always combined with faith, 60,
171; towards enemies enforced,
82, 127-129; its fruit unity and
mutual confidence, 97-98; is the
condition of our receiving the
Spirit, 105; love between hus-
band and wife, 149.
Lowliness, the ground of all graces,

Man, the wonderful exaltation of his
nature in Christ, 61; his little-
ness and greatness, 62; a four-
fold consideration of him, 114.
Manichees, considered the world es-
sentially evil, 5 (note); and the
body, 39; paid divine honors to
the heavenly bodies, 5.
Manichees, 139 (and note).
Marcionites, allowed one Gospel only,
7, 139 (and note).
Marks of the Cross, 47.
Marriage, &c., some heretics forbade
it, 147; rules for, 151.
Masters, their duties, 158.
Mildness in correcting enjoined, 43.
Minister, in what sense not applied
to the Son, 54 (and note).
Ministers of the Gospel to be obeyed
though wicked, 8; unless they
vitiate the faith, 8; maintained
by their disciples, 44; mutual
benefits of this, 45; contrast in
the case of Heathen teachers,
45 (note).

Monks, 165 (note); their self-denial,

Moses, an example of love to ene-
mies, 83.

Murder, an instance of voluntary sin,

Mystery, "of His will," 53; the call-

ing of the Gentiles so called, 77;
of the Gospel made known to
angels by the Church, 80; the
union of Christ and the Church
so called, 146.

Natural, what acts are so called, 73.
Nature, does not force man to sin, 57.
Necessity, not to be pleaded in excuse
for sin, 57.
Nineveh, its repentance an example
to us, 101-2.

Novatians, denied repentance to the
lapsed, 25 (note).

Oaths, not necessary to beget confi-
dence, 62.

Obedience, slight breach of, punish-
able, 7.

Passover, its historical and mystical

meaning, 165; how kept by Is-
raelites, how to be kept by Chris-
tians, 165.
Paul, St., followed Christ's example
in his mode of preaching, 1; his
divine calling and commission,
2; suddenness of his conversion
a proof of its being divine, 10;
sincerity of his motives, 10; his
opposition to Christianity on re-
ligious motives, ib.; called on
account of his capacity, 10; rea-
son of his first journey from An-
tioch to Jerusalem, 11; reason
of his second journey, 14; his
fervency and humility, 12; equal
in dignity to St. Peter, 12; his
humility shown in his visit to St.
Peter, 12; his doctrine approved
by the Apostles, 17; his tender-
ness and skill, 31-2; observed,

but did not preach, circumcision,
38; usual arrangement of his
Epistles, 39; why he wrote that
to the Galatians with his own
hand, 46; a proof of God's love
and power, 52; had a foretaste of
heavenly blessings, 56; his sym-
pathy and affectionateness, 59;
his gentleness, 65; bound for the
Gentiles' sake, 76; saved by
grace, 76; had special revelation
of the calling of the Gentiles,
77; his zeal, endurance, and wis-
dom, 77; attributed all to grace,
ib.; an example to teachers, ib.;
his great humility, 79; his earnest
supplication, 81; example of love
to enemies, 84; glories in bonds,
85; but not before Agrippa, and
why, 95; his skill as a spiritual
physician, 118; his simplicity
and condescension in admon-
ishing children, 153; overcame
Satan, 161; the intensity of his
love to Christ, 161; asks his
brethren's prayers, 168.
Paul of Samosata, heretic, 104 (note),
Peter, St., boldness of his character,

18; did not really dissemble at
Antioch, ib.; reasons why he
appeared to do so, 19; instructed
not to spurn the Gentiles, 77;
his deliverance from prison by
the Angel, 86, 89-90.
Poverty the lot of the Christian, 46.
Prayer, the Lord's Prayer, how it

should affect us, 120-21; prayer
unceasing required in Christians,
and watchfulness, 169; exempli-
fied in the Canaanitish woman,
the importunate widow, ib., and
in Hannah, 170.

Presence, real, of Christ in the Eucha-
rist, 63-64.

Priests, may be understood under the
term "Angels," 8, 28.
Prison, the blessedness of it for

Christ's sake, 85 et seqq.; in-
stanced in St. Paul, St. Peter,
Three Holy Children, 93; Jere-
miah, Joseph, St. John the Bap-

tist, 94.
Privileges, Jewish and Christian com-
pared, 51; present privileges but
an earnest, 56; how enhanced
in being bestowed through Christ,
52; the consideration of them
very awful, 62.
Providence, instanced in mercies upon

some, and judgments upon others,
90; implied in the circumstances
of men, 139; in the order of
nature, 140; proved by analogy,
140; yet wholly mysterious, 140-


Psalms, the expression of Christian
cheerfulness, 138.
Punishment, degrees of it in hell, 69.

Rationalizing, its absurdity and shal-
lowness, 139-40.
"Redeeming the time" explained,

Redemption, absolute redemption will
be in the next world, 56.
Regeneration, another needed by Gal-

atians, 32; effected by the Divine
Words in baptism, 35.
Repentance, possible after lapsing,

Reproof, is charitable, and to be given
at any hazard, 136.
Resurrection of Christ, effected by
His own power, 3.
Resurrection, more miraculous to per-
suade souls than raise the dead,

61, 65.

Reviling, shameful in Christians, 163.
Riches. See Covetousness.
Righteousness, Jewish and Christian
compared, 114; is in respect of
God, or man, 114; is a garment,


Rites of the law, connected with each
other, 37.

Sabbath, strictness of under the Law,

7; Judaic observance of excludes
from grace, 21.
Sacrifice, the Christian, 63-64; prep-

aration for it, 63; see Eucharist.
Saints, a common name for Christians

in all conditions, 50; what a
saint ought to be, 131.
Salvation, is entirely of free grace,

yet not exclusive of our virtue,
Samuel, the child of a good mother,
Sarah, 148.

Satan, seduces gradually and secretly,


Schism, cuts off from the Spirit, 105;
implies want of love and of holi-
ness, 106; especially provokes
God's anger
- like the sin of
those who mangled Christ's Body,
ib.; inexpiable by martyrdom,
106 (and note), 108.
Schismatics, to be avoided, 106.
Scripture, supreme authority of, 8;

sense of, not the words must be
considered, II; profane use of,
131; understatements of, 132.
Seal, of the Spirit. See Spirit.
Self-indulgence, in Christian teachers

impairs their power of convert-
ing and keeping in the fold,


Servants, to be taken care of, 148,


159; as brethren, 157; their du-
ties to serve with good will, 157-
58; taken to the theater, but not
to church, 159.

is evil, not the world, 5; not to
be excused by nature or neces-
sity, 57; its voluntariness in-
stanced by various cases, with
reference to the Commandments,
murder, adultery, theft, perjury,
assault, rapine, 57 et seqq.;
would not be punished if of ne-
cessity, ib., the ground of dis-
cord, 97; blinds the understand-
ing, 112-13; is self-destructive,
113; is in omission as well as
commission, 126; is the only

real evil, 140; the source of cor-
ruption both of body and soul,
171; should be put away by acts
of mercy, 172.
Slaves, how to be treated, 123-24.
Slavery, how mitigated by the Gospel,

142; is but a name, 157; loses
its meaning when it is made vol-
luntary, 158; its origin, it is the
punishment of the sin of rebel-
lion against parents, 159.
Solitaries, Christians induced to be so
by evil times, 78.

Son and Spirit, oneness of Their

power, 2; sons of God we be-
come through baptism, 4; by
the Word, 35; in putting on
Christ, 29-30; in receiving the
Spirit, 30; out of the course of
nature, as Isaac, 33.
Soul, its relation to the Flesh and
Spirit, 42; should govern the
body, yet requires the guidance
of the Spirit, 73; the death of,
Spirit, Holy, imparts righteousness,
37; gift of not by Law, but faith,
not by circumcision, but grace,
47; Christians sealed by Him,
56, 120; the earnest of our in-
heritance, 56, 166; alone reveals
mysteries, 60; and the true
knowledge of God, ib.; the call-
ing of the Gentiles, 80; alone
can strengthen against trial, 81;
His indwelling necessary to teach
the love of God, 82; binds the
faithful in one body, 96; His
gifts manifold, 104; yet have all
one office to build up each and
all in one faith, 105; communi-
cates life from the Head to the
whole Church, as natural life is
conveyed through the body, 105–
06; how grieved, especially by
sins of the tongue, 120; by bit-
terness, 121; His grace typified
by the pillar of fire, 165; the
sword of the Spirit, 169.
Submission, mutual, is mutual ser-
vice, 142.

Suicide worse, and punished worse by
God than murder, 5.
Sunworship, 110.
Superstitions, 8, 79, 111.
Synagogue, the, represented by Agar,

Teachers, degeneracy of, their power-

lessness to convert and guide,
Teachers of error, to be cut off, their
followers to be spared, 38.
Thanksgiving, universally a duty in
Christians, 138–39.
Theft, an instance of voluntary sin,

Times, how called evil, 137.
Tithes, the danger of omitting them,

Tongue, its proper use, 119, 131; and
discipline, 121.
Trisagion, the Hymn so called. See

Types, in the Old Testament, ex- Virtue, universal, required in Chris-

plained, 166.

Unity of the Spirit, binds all together,
97; its perfectness, ib.; promotes
virtue, 97; kept by love, 98;
binds in one body the faithful of
all ages, 99; meant by St. Paul's
expression, "a perfect man,"
105; unity is the condition of
our receiving life from the Spirit,
106; is founded on the Divine
Unity, 146.

Unpopularity the lot of Christians,

Uzzah, 7.

Valentinus, heretic, 164.
Vanity, not in the works of God but
those of man, 109.
Vice, against nature, 58.

Vigils, of the Church, 170 (and note).

tians, 68, 125; promotes unity,
97; must be active, 126; and
positive, 127.

Wall, “middle wall of partition,” ex-
plained, 72.

Water with the Word regenerates,

Wealth, ill-gotten has no security, 58;
desires of it bounded by man's
physical frame, ib.
Will, in the Almighty precedent and
consequent illustrated, 52.
Will, evil, the cause of evil, 5.
Will, unity of, between Father and
Son, 4.

Wisdom, not curious but submissive,


Wives, to submit themselves to their
husbands in the Lord, 143; in
what their excellence consists,

145; not to be chosen for beauty,
ib.; nor for riches, 145, 151; to
reverence their husbands, 146;
not to be treated as slaves, 147;
marry for richer for poorer, 149;
to be formed by the husband and
weaned from the world, 149-50;
and treated with love and honor,

152. See Women.
Women, their self-denial and endur-

ance, 115-16; a pattern to men,
116; their faults common to men,
their excellencies their own, 116;
warned against clamor, 123; es-
pecially in the treatment of their
slaves, 124; leniency of laws
towards them, 124.
Works, good, the fruit of the Spirit,


World, not essentially evil, 5.
Wrath, "children of," explained, 66
(and note).

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