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main Articles will make the foul lame in the whole performance And fince this Sacrament is the peculiar Badge and cognizance of Chriftians, wherein we do avow the Lord Jefus to be our Master, and publickly own our felves Disciples of his Religion, I'm ftrictly obliged to. andtherefore must duly inform my felf
S. 1o. Illy, OF the Doctrine of th' Eucharift; as in our Catechism.
Onestion. How many Sacraments has Chrift ordained in his Church? answer. Two only; as generally neceflary to Salvation, that is fo fay, Baptism, and the Supper of the Lord. Oneft. What meaneft thou by this word Sacrament? Answ. I mean an outward and visible Sign of an inward and fpiritual Grace, given unto us, ordained by Chrift Him felf as a means whereby we receive the fame,and a pledge to affure us there of. ut How many parts are there in a Sacrament? Ans. Two the outward vifible Sign, and the inward spiritual Grace.. Why was the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper ordained?. For the continual remembrance of the Sacrifice of the death of Christ, and of the Benefits which we receive thereby.. What is the Outward part or fign of the Lord's Supper?, Bread and Wine, which the Lord has commanded to be received. . What is the Inward part or thing fignified?. The Body and Bloud of Chrift, which are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper. . What are the benefits whereof we are partakers thereby?. The ftrengthening and refrething of our fouls by the body and bloud of Christ, as our bodies are by the bread and wine. . What is required of them who come to the Lord's Supper? a. To examine themselves whether they repent them truly of their former fins; fted faftly purpofing to lead a new life; have a lively faith in God's mercy thro' Chrift; with a thankful remembrance of his Death; and be in Charity with all men.
If ye know these things, happy are ye if ye do them. S. John 13. 17. To perform which I get
S. 11. Vly, And ftudy THE Poor Man's Library: [The Bible with the Service; 4 Concordance; The Practice of Piety; The whole Duty of Man; and This, or my Little Manual for the Feast of Feasts.] tho' I make hard shifts for it, to attain to Happiness in
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Alter. Title page, line 17, with A, begin another line. li. 24 fer of which, write whereof, pag. 43,l. 18. for Elias, writ Elijah. pa. 36,1.6. for Lord, wri. Savior. p, 122, l.4, for is faid to be, mr. was, p. 123, l. 3, for how, wr. and. l. 4, for had, w. He having. l. 5. for how, w.and.l.4. for had, w. H having.l. 5. for how, w.and.l. 13. for fuggefts, w.declares. 21, for reprefents, w. fhows.l. 30, for puts, w. informs' l. 35. for mens fouls, w. Mankind. p, 122, 125 to 128, for §. 3,4, &c v. §. 2, 3, &c. 10 §. 9, instead of §, 10. p. 225, l. 20. for me, w.we. p. 233, 1.31, for by, w. thy. p. 315, l. 8. 'twix. Father and this, shou'd be a line, thus.
Add. Page 1, 1. 34, Rev, 1. 10.pa. 20,1. 38. after day S. Luk 11. p, 35, l. 11, after all', the company of Heaven after c, as in §. 2: p. 36.1.20, aftar Archangels, and with all the company. after &c. as in §, 2. p. 37, 1, 31, after An gels, and Archangels, and with all the. ajter &c. as in §. 2 p.39.1.33, after thro', our only Mediator and Advocate p 42,1.35, after thro', the Merits of thy only Son, p, 44, 2 32. after we, ll. p. 47. l. 7, after only, first. p, 78, l. 12, afte thro' the Merits of. after our, Savior.p.79, l. 11. afte Century, faies. p. 86, 1. 25, after thro', thy Son. p. 94.1.35 after thro', the Satisfaction of thy Son. p. 111,437, afte thro', Him who liveth and reigneth with Thee and the Holy Ghoft, now and ever. p, 130,l. 13 after Man, [crea ture] p. 209, 1.8, after The, fame. l. 9, after domg, and. l. 16 after cords. yea, p. 233,l. 34, after shall, we.p.234, 1.26 after it, is, p.282,1.30, after or, the.
Blot out. p. 78,4, 12, Lord, p. 92, l. 3, 4, and incline. p. 94 1.36, Jefus Chrift. p. 111. 4.37, Jefus Chrift our Lord. p 115,1 17, incline. p. 123, 1. 30, in mind.
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