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#A common-place book to the Holy Bible or, The scriptures sufficiency practically demonstrated wherein whatsoever is contain'd in scripture, respecting doctrine, worship, or manners, is reduced to its proper head, weighty cases resolved, truths confirmed, difficult texts illustrated, and explained by others more plain.#

##Locke, John, 1632-1704.## A common-place book to the Holy Bible or, The scriptures sufficiency practically demonstrated wherein whatsoever is contain'd in scripture, respecting doctrine, worship, or manners, is reduced to its proper head, weighty cases resolved, truths confirmed, difficult texts illustrated, and explained by others more plain. Locke, John, 1632-1704.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. TO THE READER.

  2. ADVERTISEMENT.

  3. THE CONTENTS: OR, A TABLE OF THE Several HEADS herein Contained, AND THEIR SUBDIVISIONS, In Order as they lie, AND Directing to Chapter and Page.

#####Body#####

  1. CHAP. I.

  2. CHAP. II

    _ I. His Names, and Titles.

    _ II. He is a Spirit.

    _ III. His Excellency, Majeſty, Greatneſs, Perfection, Glory and Sovereignty, and Abſoluteneſs.

    _ IV. He is Inviſible.

    _ V. Incorruptible.

    _ VI. He is the moſt Strong, Almighty, and Omnipotent God; a Rock.

    _ VII. He is Omniſcient, Omnipreſent, Immenſe.

    _ VIII. He is moſt Wiſe.

    _ IX. He is moſt Holy.

    _ X. He is moſt Juſt.

    _ XI. He is Compaſſionate, Pitiful, and Merciful.

    _ XII. He is Long-ſuffering, and Patient.

    _ XIII. He is Gracious, Good, Kind, and Bountiful.

    _ XIV. He is Faithfulneſs, and Truth.

    _ XV. He is Unchangeable.

    _ XVI. He is Infinite, and Unſearchable.

    _ XVII. He is Eternal.

    _ XVIII. He only is the True and Living God.

  3. CHAP. III

  4. CHAP. IV.

    _ Of his Firſt State.

    _ Of his Fall.

  5. CHAP. V.

    _ I. Corrupt, unclean, and deſperately wicked.

    _ II Ignorant, and ſottiſhly oppoſing the true God, and his Ways, and adoring Idols of Stocks and Stones.

    _ III. In Servitude and Subjection to Satan and Sin.

    _ IV. The ſad Fruit and End of ſuch a State.

  6. CHAP. VI.

    _ I. Under Sin and Guilt.

    _ II. Under the Curſe thereof.

    _ III. The Deeds of the Law, or Sacrifices under it, cannot juſtifie, or purge from Sin, but ſtill leave Sinners under Guilt, Condemnation, and Wrath.

  7. CHAP. VII.

    _ From God only, and no otherwiſe.

    _ Who is he, in and by whom this Salvation is conveyed and wrought? John 1. 17. Epheſ. 3. 8.

    _ The Excellency of this Saviour, and his Fulneſs and Dignity.

    • In his Perſon and Authority.

    • In his Nature.

  8. CHAP. VIII.

    _ 1. He is Mediator.

    _ II. He took upon him the Nature of Man, a Body of Fleſh, and humbled himſelf.

    _ III. He is made an High Prieſt.

    _ IV. He offered himſelf as a Sacrifice to God, ſuffered for the Sins of Mankind, and ſo made Peace through the ſhedding of his own Blood, by which he entred into the Holieſt for us.

    _ V. He fulfilled all Righteouſneſs of the Law, bare the Curſe, took away the Hand-writing of Ordinences, is our Righteouſneſs.

    _ VI. He ſanctifieth us, is our Sanctification.

    _ VII. He ariſeth from the dead.

    _ VIII He aſcended into Heaven, is our Way to the Father, our Advocate and Interceſſor there.

    _ IX. He is made our King and Head, to encounter and conquer our-Enemies, to rule for us, and in us.

    _ X. He is our great Prophet and Shepherd, to teach, guide, and feed us.

    _ XI. He is our ALL in all things, our Compleatneſs and Perfection.

  9. CHAP. IX.

  10. CHAP. X.

    _ In General.

    _ In Particular. I. Pardon of Sins.

    _ Reconciliation to, and Peace with God.

    _ III. Juſtification and Sanctification before God.

    _ IV. Eternal Life and Salvation.

  11. CHAP. XI.

    _ By Faith, 1 Tim. 6. 12.

    _ Of Faith, in its Nature, and Objects, and Uſe, Benefits and Advantages, further then as before, as relating to this Salvation.

    • I. In its Nature and Objects.

    • II. In its Uſe, Benefits and Advantages, further.

    _ III. In its Effects, or the Fruits by which it is known to be true.

    _ The dangerous State and Iſſue of Unbelief.

  12. CHAP. XII.

    _ I. That ſuch may be known from others by their Fruits. We ſhould try.

    _ II. Of the particular Fruits of the Spirit in them, or good things appearing, or neccſſary to be in ſuch who are real Saints.

  13. CHAP. XIII.

    _ I. In general it is affirmed.

    _ II. Particular Inſtances of the Saints Failings recorded.

    _ III. That God will puniſh or correct his for ſinning.

  14. CHAP. XIV.

  15. CHAP. XV.

  16. CHAP. XVI.

    _ In the General, to live to God, not to themſelves; to be holy Fruitful, walking in the Light, in an honeſt, heavenly, and ſpiritual Converſation, worthy of their high Calling; glorifie God, and mind things above.

    _ In Particular.

    _ As Fruits of Love to God and Chriſt. To delight themſelves in him; long for, and pant after him; make their Boaſt of, and glory and rejoyce in God and Chriſt, as their Portion, All, and Reſt: And to obey, and hearken to him.

    • I. To delight in, long for, pant after, make their Boaſt of, glory and rejoyce in God and Chriſt, as their Portion, All, and Reſt.

    • II. To obey and hearken to the Laws and Word of God, in Chriſt.

    _ Worſhip God, and ſanctifie him therein.

    _ Believe, imbrace, and be found in the Practice of nothing, in the things of God, and about his Worſhip, but that which clearly (according to Precepts, Rules, and Examples of the Scriptures) appears to be Chriſt's mind, upon which we can in Faith expect acceptance.

    _ To take ſpecial notice of the Acts of God's Goodneſs and Mercy, keep memorials thereof, celebrate his Praiſes, extol him, and ſtir up others ſo to do.

    _ To fear God alone, and none elſe: The Arguments for it.

    _ Fear God.

    _ To truſt in God, and in none elſe, in all Caſes: The Arguments thereto.

    • I. Not in any elſe.

    • II. In God alone, a ſuitable Object.

    _ To look believingly unto, hope in, and patiently wait for God in all caſes: The Arguments thereto.

    _ To walk humbly before God, abaſing ſelf; oppoſing all high thoughts within us, and avoid beaſting of our ſelves: The Reaſons.

    _ To be moderate, meek, patient and quiet in all things: And the Encouragement thereto.

    _ To take heed to our Lips, that our Words be not raſh, but true, ſeaſonable, well ordered, and ſavoury.

    _ To acknowledge and mourn for Sin, d•part from it, and watch againſt it: The Arguments. God complains of it; Reaſoning with Sinners about it: Threatnings and Judgments againſt Sin and Sinners.

    • I. What Sin is.

    • II. Acknowledge Sin unto God, both their own, and others; and mourn for them.

    • Depart from Sin, and all appearance of it; hate it, and avoid the Occaſions of it: The reaſons thereof.

    • IV. God's Reaſonings with, Complainings of, and Threatnings, and Judgments againſt Sinners for their ſeveral Sins, Diſobedience and Rebellions.

    _ To own and profeſs the true God and our Lord Jeſus Chriſt boldly before Men; and to wait for Chriſt's ſecond Coming.

    • I. To Own and Confeſs the true God and our Lord Jeſus Chriſt before Men.

    • To wait for Chriſt's Second Coming.

    _ To walk with God heartily, uprightly, ſincerely, and to follow him fully and zealouſly: The reaſons thereof.

    _ To ſtick faſt to God, and not to depart from him: abide in the faith and practice of what we know of his Will, and perſevere to the end. The reaſons. That the Saints ſhall be kept.

    _ That the Saints, Believers, ſhall be kept: Have power given them to perſevere and abide in the Faith, &c. Chriſt will uphold them.

    _ To take heed to obſerve, and watch diligently over our ſelves, with a holy jealouſie and fear, left we ſhould Apoſtatize and Depart from God, hi• Truth and Ways, into any Error or Sin. Th•• Reaſons: Our Danger.

  17. CHAP. XVII.

    _ 1. To Love one another; the kinds of it.

    _ III. From Love, to ſympathize with each other in Pity and Compaſſion, Help and Comfort one another, and bear one another's Burthen: Have mutual Care.

    _ III. To honour and reſpect each other: and be kind and affectionate.

    _ IV. Not raſhly, eaſily and unadviſedly to judge or take up a prejudice againſt any; believe reports, take offence or be angry; but tenderly to forgive, cover faults, reſtore ſuch as have offended, in meekneſs, love and privacy.

    _ V. To live peaceably among themſelves: avoid whiſpering, tale-bearing, and whatſoever tends to provake, divide, or diſturb the peace among them.

    _ VI. To rebuke, reprove, exhort, admoniſh, and warn each other for, and about ſin, and their duty. And to take ſuch rebukes, &c. well and kindly from each other.

    • I. To rebuke, &c.

    • To take Rebuke, Admonition, &c. mell from each other.

    _ VII. To Confeſs to, and Pray each for other.

    _ VIII. To be of one mind.

    _ IX. To walk wiſely and charitably one towards another: and in things indifferent to have reſpect to the meek, to avoid offenees.

    _ X. To Diſtribute, and Communicate to one anothers Neceſſities: give to the Poor.

  18. CHAP. XVIII.

    _ I. Husbands to Wives, and Wives to Husbands. Of Marriage, &c.

    _ II. Parents to their Children, and Children to their Parents.

    _ III. Maſters to their Servants, and Servants to their Maſters.

  19. CHAP. XIX.

    _ I. In General.

    _ II. In Particular; Not to Judge them, or ſpeak Evil of them.

    _ III. Be Juſt, Righteous, True and Faithful to, and with them, in all things of Truſt and Dealing.

    _ IV. Live at Peace with them, every one doing their own Work: not intermedling with others, nor idle, or trifling.

    _ 5. Not to be Diſcontented, Angry, or Revengeful againſt them: But to behave themſelves meekly gently and patiently towards them, bearing Wrong.

    _ VI. To pity them, ſhew them mercy, pray for them, and requite them Good for Evil: Love for Hatred.

    _ VII. To behave themſelves humbly, and courteouſly towards all, giving them due reſpect.

    _ VIII. To avoid all unneceſſary Society and Fellowſhip with wicked Men.

  20. CHAP. XX.

    _ I. Man, of himſelf, can do neither of theſe.

    _ II. God, in Chriſt, doth all freely; and hath promiſed ſo to do, John 15. 1.

    • I. In General, Coloſ. 1. 10, 11.

      1. In Particular: To give Knowledge of himſelf, and of Jeſus Chriſt, and of the Myſtery of Salvation by him, in the Goſpel; and of our Duty.
    • III. To give Faith, or Enable to believe.

    • IV. To make them Fruitful, or Enable them to ſubdue Sin, profit in Grace and Activity for God.

    • V. To give Power and Ability to perſevere in Faith and Obedience, through Straits and Tentations, to Eternal Life.

    • God in Chriſt doth Command, Invite, and Encourage, by Promiſes, to come to him for Teachings, Spiritual Life and Strength; to bring forth Fruit, and perſevere, and to caſt our Care upon him for all.

  21. CHAP. XXI.

    _ By his Spirit, whom he promiſed to them, Luke 11. 15.

    _ Of the Spirit of God further, his being given to, and dwelling in the Saints, and working in them and others. The Nature, Appearance, and Fruit of the Spirit: and the Saints Duty towards the Spirit, in following him, and not Sinning againſt him: Grieving him, or Quench-him.

    • I. Of the Spirit given to, and in the Saints, and others: and what he did, and doth.

    • II. The Nature, Workings, and Fruits of the Spirit.

    • III. Saints Duty towards the Spirit.

  22. In following after him, and making uſe of him.

  23. Not to ſin againſt, grieve, or quench the Spirit.

  24. CHAP. XXII.

    _ 1. To whom they belong, or who way expect thom.

      1. Common to all.
      1. More eſpecially, the Saints, Believers, ſuch as are born of the Spirit.

Firſt, The Holy-Ghoſt affirms this.

Secondly, That the Saints have been ſo exerciſed with Afflictions, in Soul and Body, from God: and in their Bodies, and outward Concerns, from Men, by Perſecutions.

_ II. For what Ends doth God Chaſtiſe his Children,

and ſuffer them to be Perſecuted.

  * 1. To Exerciſe and try their Faith and Obedience.

  * 2. To Humble and Purge them.

  * 3. To make them to remember God, and things

above: to look to, own them, and cloſe with them.

  * 4. For Gods own Glory, and the furtherance of

the Goſpel.

  * 5. For the effecting of great Good and Advantage

to thoſe who are exerciſed with Trouble, &c.

_ III. The Conſiderations which ſhould ſtay, bear up,

and comfort the Spirits of Satuts in their Afflictions, and under Perſecutions.

  * Conſ. 1. That it is their Portion, which God appointed

them in this Life as a Privilege; and that too for ſuch Ends. See them laſt before.

  * Conſ. 3. That God well knows the Deſign and

Ways of Satan, and all the Adverſaries of Believers: And that they can do no more, or proceed farther againſt the Saints, than what God permits. He turns about their Purpoſes.

  * Conſ. 4. That God orders and determines of the

meaſure, manner, time, and continuance of Afflictions and Perſecutions, and that according to our need.

  * Conſ. 5. That God doth ſometimes make Enemies,

and the Perſecutors themſelves, to acknowledge the Saints innocency when they ſuffer. And will ſurely avenge them upon their Adverſaries.

  * Conſ. 6. That God will comfort, uphold, and preſerve

his in all their Troubles; and not lay more on them than they can bear.

  * Conſ. 7. That the Saints are near and dear to

God in Chriſt, ſo that he takes ſpecial notice of their Afflictions and Troubles, and is ſaid to be perſecuted and afflicted in their Perſecutions and Afflictions.

  * Conſ. 8. That the greater the Afflictions and

Diſtreſſes of the Saints have been, the more wonderful have their Deliverances been: and then hath Salvation been neareſt, when Extremity was higheſt, and Danger neareſt.

  * Conſ. 9. That Afflictions and Perſecutions, ſhall

be for the great good of Saints.

  * Conſ. That God will not always chide, nor ſuffer

his to be under Afflictions and Perſecutions; they ſhall have an End, he will bring Deliverance and reſtore Joy.

  * Conſ. 11. That Afflictions and Petſecutions have

been the lot of Chriſt himſelf, and of the Saints in all Ages.

_ IV. What are the Dúties of the Saints, and

how they ought to behave themſelves under their Afflictions and Sufferings, both towards God and Men.

  * Firſt, Towards God.
  1. To eye God in them, Afflictions being ſent of him.

  2. To ſubmit to God with an humble, quiet, and ſilent Spirit, under Troubles.

  3. To confeſs their Sins, and juſtifie God.

  4. To hold faſt to God, own the Lord Jeſus, his People and Ways, in the midſt of Trouble, Afflictious and Perſecutions.

  5. To be chearful under Affliction; and rejoyce to to be counted worthy to ſuffer for Chriſt.

  6. To cry to the Lord for Help, Support and Salvation.

  7. Not to fear; but believing, commit their Caſe to God, and quietly wait for his Salvation.

    • Secondly, The Duties of Saints, and how they ought to behave themſelves towards Enemies and Perſecutors, in a time of Perſecution and Suffering from them.
  8. To be patient, quiet, and ſober towards them: not revenge, or return Evil for Evil, or Reviling for Reviling, but forgive them.

  9. Not to deſire, or rejoice, in the hurt of Enemies and Perſecutors.

  10. To pray for, and do good to Perſecutors and Enemies.

  11. To uſe lawful and honeſt Means for avoiding and taſing of, and delivering themſelves from Afflictions and Perſecutions, Matth. 4. 5, 6, 7.

  12. To look to the cauſe of our Sufferings, that it •e for well-doing, for Chriſt, and a good Conſcience: and not as buſie Bodies in things unneceſſary.

    • Thirdly, The Duties of others: and how they ought to behave themſelves towards ſuch who are Afflicted and Perſecuted.

To Sympathize with them, Viſit, Help, Comfort, and Pray for them: take heed they add not to their Trouble.

  1. CHAP. XXIII.

    _ I. That they are of Gods ordering, and none can keep them off.

    _ II. The Priviledges of the Saints and Servants of God, in ſuch a time.

    _ III. The Duties of Saints in ſuch a Time.

  2. CHAP. XXIV.

    _ 1. That Magiſtracy is an Ordinance of God: That by him are Magiſtrates Advanced to Offices, &c. The Titles given them.

    _ II. What they are in the ſight of God, and conſidered as Men.

    _ III. What are the Duties of Magiſtrates: and what they ſhould be Negatively, and Affirmatively.

    _ IV. The Duties of Subjects to their Magiſtrates, in reſpect both to their Perſons and Decrees.

    • Firſt, What they may not do: when and wherein they may not obey them.

    • Secondly, What they ought to do, or wherein they 〈◊〉 ſhould acknowledge and obey them.

  3. Submit to, and obey them in all Lawful Things.

  4. Give them due Honour and Reſpect: Not contemn their Perſons, or ſpeak Evil of them.

  5. To pray for them.

  6. To endeavour to get good Magiſtrates.

  7. To diſcover Treaſons.

  8. To be content with ſuch Magiſtrates which God hath ſet over us, although they be not ſuch as they ſhould be.

  9. CHAP. XXV.

  10. CHAP. XXVI.

  11. CHAP. XXVII.

    _ Firſt, The ſeveral Acceptations of the Church mentioned in Scripture.

      1. General, or Univerſal.
      1. Univerſal, Viſible.
      1. Particular viſible Churches of Believers, who are joined together as one Body, and uſually meet together in one place, for the participation of the ſame Ordinances, and exerciſing Duties as a Church, and one to another as Members thereof.

    _ Secondly, The Dignity, Priviledges, and Bleſſings, belonging to the Church of Jeſus Chriſt in general, as ſuch.

    _ Thirdly, Of the Qualification of the Members of the Churches, what they ſhould be.

    _ Fourthly, Of the Propriety that particular Churches had in their Members, and of others joyning themſelves to them.

    _ Fifthly, Of Letters Commendatory: Or, The Churches receiving of ſuch who were Recommended them from others, by Word, or Letter.

    _ Sixthly, Of the Order of the Churches in their Aſſemblies and Meeting: What they did there, as their Duty; and how they ſhould order it in their conſtant Worſhip.

    _ Seventhly, Of the Gifts which the Members of Churches received: Of Prayer, Propheſying, Pſalms, Tongues, &c. and how they did uſe them in the Church-Aſſemblies, and elſewhere, for the Edification and Good one of another, and of others: The Order how they ſhould be Uſed, Directed: Such Gifts to be deſired for this end.

    _ Eighthly, Of other Acts done in and by theſe particular Churches, in ſending out Meſſengers to other Churches; and upon Occaſions, determining of Controverſies in Religious Matters; writing and ſending Epiſtles, and ordering other Affairs. Of their meeting together, in order hereto, and receiving, and hearing ſuch Epiſtles: The Epiſtles directed to the whole Body, and they concerned in it.

    _ Ninthly, Of the ending of Controverſes ariſing between the Members of the Churches, to avoid going to Law before others.

    _ Tenthly, Of the Relief of the Poor of the Churches, and their Contributions to the Neceſſity of other Churches, and the Order of it.

    _ Eleventhly, Of the Officers of particular Churches, their Power, Duty, and Recompence: How they ſhould be Qualified for the Office; and of the Churches Duty to them as ſuch.

    • I. Of the Officers, Power, Duties, &c.

    • II. Complaints of, and Threatnings againſt Evil Officers, or Miniſters of the Church.

    • III. The Church's Duty towards their Officers, and ſuch other who labour among them.

    • IV. Of the Election and Ordination of Officers in Churches.

    _ Twelfthly, Of Laying on of Hands upon the ſeveral Occaſions, and to the ſeveral Ends in Scripture mentioned.

    _ Thirteenthly, Of the ſeveral Ordinances of Chriſt, to be obſerved in and by the Churches of Chriſt, and elſewhere.

    • I. Prayers.

    • II. Reading, Teaching and Preaching of the Word of God, Propheſying.

    • III. Baptiſms.

    • IV. Breaking of Bread, or, the Lord's Supper.

    • V. Diſcipline, Church-Conſares, or removing of Scandals.

  12. CHAP. XXVIII.

    _ The great danger of Hypocriſie and Formality, and end of Hypocrites.

  13. CHAP. XXIX.

  14. CHAP. XXX.

    _ Firſt, Of Satan, the Devil himſelf.

    _ Secondly, The Inſtruments of Satan; Seducers, Deceivers, &c. Saints Duty.

  15. CHAP. XXXI.

  16. CHAP. XXXII.

  17. CHAP. XXXIII. Firſt, Wherein God cannot Repent; and wherein, or how, he is ſaid to Repent.AND God ſaw that the wicSecondly, Repentance in M•n in General, and his turning, &c.GOD led the people not thorow the way of

  18. CHAP XXXIV.

  19. CHAP. XXXV.

  20. CHAP. XXXVI.

  21. CHAP. XXXVII.

  22. CHAP. XXXVIII.

  23. CHAP. XXXIX.

  24. CHAP. XL.

  25. CHAP. XLI.

  26. CHAP. XLII.

  27. CHAP. XLIII.

  28. CHAP. XLIV.

  29. CHAP. XLV.

  30. CHAP. XLVI.

  31. CHAP. XLVII.

  32. CHAP. XLVIII.

  33. CHAP. XLIX.

  34. CHAP. L.

  35. CHAP. LI.

  36. CHAP LII.

  37. CHAP. LIII.

  38. CHAP. LIV.

  39. CHAP. LV.

  40. CHAP. LVI.

  41. CHAP. LVII.

  42. CHAP. LVIII.

  43. CHAP. LIX.

  44. CHAP. LX.

  45. CHAP. LXI.

  46. CHAP. LXII.

  47. CHAP. LXIII.

  48. CHAP. LXIV.

  49. CHAP. LXV.

  50. CHAP. LXVI.

  51. CHAP. LXVII.

  52. CHAP. LXVIII.

  53. CHAP. LXIX.

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