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DAMNED, is one that is to be Condemned as guilty of a plain

Sin, Rom xiv. 23.
Damnation signifies Temporal Judgment, Rom. xiii. 2.

I Cor.

xi. 29.

Eat Damnation, the Sense of it, 1 Cor. xi. 29.

Eternal, of Hell, Matt. xxiii. 33. John v. 29. 2 Theff.
ii. 12. Mark iii. 29. See Punishment.
Darkness, i.e. a State of Sin, Ephes. v. 8. 1 Thes. v. 4; 15.
1 John ii. 8, 9.

Darkness, i. e. Evil Aations, 1 John i. 5, 6, 7. Pu-
nishment, Jude vi. 13.
Darts, fiery Darts, Ephes, vi. 16.
Day, the Day, Day of the Lord, fignifies either the Deftruction of

Jerusalem, or the final Day of Judgment, and very often both,
1 Cor. iii. 12, 13. 2 Cor. i. 14. 2 Tim. i. 12, 18. iv. 8.
1 Thess. v. 2, 8. 2 Thess. ji. 2; 3. Heb. x. 25. 2 Pet. iii. 10.

-The last Days, 2 Tim. ii. 1. Heb. i. 2.
Deacons, Ordained, Acts vi. 2, 3, 4, 5.

-Their Qualifications, i Tim, 3, 8.
Deaconesses, I Tim. iii. 11.
Dead, Death, Refurre&tion of the Dead, the Sense of it, Aets xxiii.
6, 8. xxiv. 15. See Resurrection.

-Dead to Sin, Rom. v. 11.
- To the Law, Rom. vi.

4.
- In Christ, i Theff. iv. 16.
-Them that aré dead, i.e. Gentiles, i Peter iv. 6.
-Death worketh in us, 2 Cor. iv. 11.
-Savour of Death unto Death, 2 Cor. ii. 16.

So great a Death, 2 Cor. i, 10.
Debtor to Jew and Gentile; Rom. i. 14:

-Debtor to the whole Law, Gal. v. 3.
-Debtor, i. e. Offender, Matth. vi, 12. xxiii. 16, 18.
Dedicated, the Sense of it; Heb. ix. 18.
Deep, the Deep, Rom. x. 7.

-Been in the Deep, 2 Cor. xi. 25.

Deep Things of God, 1 Cor. ii. 10.
Degree, a good Degree, 1 Tim. iii. 13.
Delusions, strong Delusions, 2 Theff

. ii. 11.
Descent, with Descent, Heb. vii. 3.
Destruction, everlasting, 2 Theff. i.

Destruction of the Flesh, i Cor. v. 5.
Denying God the Lord, 2 Pet. ii. 1. Jude 4. Matth. x. 33.
Determined, fore-determined, Acts iv, 28. See Ordained.

Devil, not suffered to declare who Jesus was, and why ? Mark i,

25, 34. Luke iv. 41.
His Titles, Ephes. ii. 2. John xii. 31.
Give place to the Devil, Ephef. iv. 27.
Snare of the Devil, 1 Tim. iii. 6.
-Doctrine of Devils, i Tim. iv. I.
_Devils believe and tremble, James ii. 19.

Devil contends with Michael, Jude ix.
Devout Men, the Sense of it, Aets ii. 5. viii. 2. X. 2, 7. xvii.

4, 17
Diana of the Ephesians, Aets xix. 24.
Disputer of this World, 1 Cor. i. 20.
-Without difputing, Phil. ii. 14:
-Perverse Difputings, 1 Tim. vi. 5.
Disordely, i.e. idle, 2 Theff. iii. 6, 7, II.
Divisions, forbidden, i Cor. i. 13. iij

. 3. xi. 18.
Divide the Word of Truth, 2 Tim. ii. 15.
Divination, Spirit of Divination, Acts xvi. 16.
Divorce,
In case of Adultery, lawful, Matth. v. 31, 32. Chap, xix. 3,

4, &c. Mark x. 2, 3, &c.
*Not lawful on light and humoursome Reasons, Luke xvi. 18.

1 Tim. iii. 12. Tit. i. 6. 1 Cor. vii, 10, 11.
Dogs, the Sense of it, Phil. iii. 2. Matth. vi. 7.
Doing well, in general, Rom. ii. 7. 1 Pet. iii. 17. iv. 19.
Doing, well-doing, i. e. Charity, Gal. vi. 9, 10. A&s x. 38.
Well-doing, i.e. Obedience to Government, 1 Pet. ii. 15:

-Well-doing signifies Industry, 2 Thess, iii. 13. See Good.
Door, Christ the Door, John X. I, 7.

A great Door opened, 1 Cor. xvi. 9. 2 Cor. ii. 12.
-Door of Utterance, Col. iv. 3.
-Door of Faith, Acts xiv. 27.
Dorcas, Acts ix. 36, &c.
Doubt, doubting, Rom. xiv. 23.

Doubtful Disputations, Rom. xiv. 1:
Draw, the Sense of it, John vi. 44.
-Draw nigh, Heb. vii. 19. James iv. 8.

-Draw back, Heb. x. 38, 39.
Dreamers, filthy, Jude viii.
Drunkenness forbidden, Eph. v, 18. Luke xxi. 34. Rom. xiii.

13. Gal. v. 21.
Duft, shake off the Duft, what ? Acts xiii. 51. Matth. x. 14

Luke ix. 5. X. 11.
Dwell, to dwell in him, i. e. God, 1 John ii. 6. Note ib.

I will dwell in them, 2 Cor. vi. 16.

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EARTH,

3. 2 Cor. x.

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EARTH is to be burnt, 2 Peter iii. 10.

Heavens and Earth, Eph. i. 10. iii. 15. 2 Peter iï. 7. X. 13.
-Uttermoft Parts of the Earth, what? Aēts i. 8.

- Earth, Earthy, i Cor. xv. 47, 48, 49.
Easter, mentioned Acts xii. 3, 4.
Eat and Drink, Luke xxii. 30. xiii. 26. John vi. 53.

Power to Eat, i Cor. ix. 4.

Let us Eat and Drink, 1 Cor. xv. 32.
Edification, Rom. XV. 2. 1 Thess. v. II. 1 Cor. xiv.

8. xiii. 10. 1 Cor. viii. 10. X. 23. xiv. 4, 17. Eph. iv.

12, 29.
Eye hath not seen, i Cor ii. 9.

Eye be single, Matth. vi. 2. Luke xi. 34.
An evil Eye, ibid.

Eye-Service, Ephef. vi. 6. Col. iii. 22.
Elder, Elders, Elder Men, 1 Tim. v. 1. 13.

Elder Women, 1 Tim. v. 2.
-Apofiles, fo cail'd, Acts xi. 38. 2 Jchni. 3 John i. 1 Pet. v. 1.
-Other Ministers called Elders, Acts xiv. 23. xv. 2, 6. xxi. 18.
Elders, i.e. the Patriarchs, Heb. xi. 2.

Elder shall serve the Younger, Rom. ix. 12.
Elect, i.e. Christians, Rom. xi. 5; 7. xvi. 13. 2 Tim. ii. 10.

Tit. i. s. See Chosen.
Election, i. e. being Christians, Rom. xi. 5. 1 Theff. i. 4.

Election respett's Abraham, Rom. xi. 28.
Elements of the World, Gal. iv. 3, 9.
Elements shall melt, 2 Peter iii. 10, 12.
Elimas, Aits xiii. 6, 7.
End, the End, Ends of the World, End of all Things, Matth. xxiv.

3, 14. Mark xiii. 7. 1 Cor. xv. 24. X. 11. Heb. ix. 26.
i Peter iv. 7. Luke xxi. 9.

-End of their Conversation, Heb, xüi. 7.

End of tbe Law, Rom. x. 4.
Enemies, Love of Enemies, Matth. iii. 44, 45, &C. Ats vii.
60. Thess. v. 15. i Peter üi. 9.

-Count him not as an Enemy, 2 Theff. iii, 15.
Enmity, sain the Enmity, Ephes. ii. 16.
Enlightned, the Sense of it, Heb. vi. 4.
Enoch, bis Prophecy, Jude xiv. 15.

His Translation, Heb. xi. 5.
Entring in, 1 Theff. i. 9. ii. 1.
Ephesus, Paul there, Acts xix. 1.

Of Ephesus, and the Ephesians, Pref. to the Ephef.

Paul's Speech to their Clergy, Acts xx, 17, &c.
Epicureans, Aēts xvii. 18.

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Epistle, the Epiftles were occafional Writings. Pref. to Rom.

Token of every Epistle, 2 Thess. iii. 17.
Estate, left their firf Estate, Jude vi.
Esau, Heb, xii. 16.
Evangelift, 2 Tim. iv. 5.
Evil, do Evil, Rom. iii. 8. xii. 9. 2 Tim. ii. 9. 1 Pet. ii. 12.

-To discern both Good and Evil, Heb. v. 14.

The Evil One, 1 John iii. 12.
Eunuch, the Eunuch, Acts viii. 27. Made Eunuchs, Matth, xix. 12.
Euroclydon, Aits xxvii. 14.
Eutychus, Aets xix. 9.
Examine, Examining, 1 Cor. xi. 28. 2 Cor. xiii. 5.

Examining by Scourging, Acts xxii. 24.
Example, good Example to be set, Matth. v. 14, 16. 1 Tim. iv.

12. 1 Pet. v. 3.
Exercise, Bodily Exercise, 1 Tim. iv. 8.
Excellent, Things that are Excellent, Rom. ii 18.
Exhortation, Heb. xiii. 22. Rom. xiii. 8. 1 Cor. xiv. 3. I Tim. iv. 13-
Expectation of the Creature, Rom. viii. 19.

Christianity a State of Expectation, 2 Cor. v. 7.
Experience, the Sense of it, Rom. v. 4. Heb. v. 13.

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FABLES, Jewish Fables, 1 Tim. i. 4. iv. 7. 2 Tim. iv. 4. Tit. i. 14.
Faith in general, what? Heb. xi. 1, &c. Rom. iv. 9, 11, 12,

13, 14. 2 Cor. i. 24.
Faith hath sometimes a larger, and sometimes a more Limited Ac-

ceptation : Signifying, 1. The Christian Religion, in Opposition to the Mofaical Reli. gion, Rom. iii. 27, 31. ix. 32. X. 8. Gal. iii. 2, 7, 9, 14,

23, 24. Ephef. ii. 8.
2. Christian Freedom from Jewish Ceremonies, A&s i. 17, 28.
3 Extraordinary Faith as a Qualification for working Miracles,

1 Cor. xii. 9. xiii. 2, 13.
4. Reliance on Divine Providence, Jam. i. 6.
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The External Profefion of Religion, Jam. ii. 14, 17, 18. 6. A Perswafion of the Lawfulness, or Unlawfulness of any

particular Thing, Rom, xiv. 22, 23. Faith in Christ as the True Messiah, the main Article of Christi

anity, John viii. 24. Acts viii. 37. XX. 21. 1 John v. 1. and

elsewhere. Faithful, the Faithful, Ephes. i. 1. Col. i. 2. Tit. i. 6. and elsewhere.

Moses was Faithful, Heb. iii. 2, 5.

A faithful Saying, i Tim. i. 15. iv. 9. 2 Tim. ii. 11, Tit, iii. 8.

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Faithful, From Faith to Faith, Rom. i. 17.

They that are of Faith, Gal. iii. 9.
According to the Proportion of Faith, Rom. xii, 6.

The Measure of Faith, Rom xii. 3.
Fall, to Fall, Rom. xi, 11, 12. i Cor. x. 12.

-Fall away, 2 Theff. ii. 3.
Father, Fathers, fignify,

1. The Jewish Seniors, Acts xxii. 1.
2. The Patriarchs, Rom. ix. 5. another Sense of it, 1 Cor. iv..

15.
Be to him a Father, Heb. i. 5.

-Without Father, Heb. vii. 3.
Fault, Why doth he find Fault ? Rom. ix. 19.
Fear, in Fear, 1 Cor. ii. 3. 1 Pet. iii, 15. See Trembling.

-No Fear in Love, 1 John iv. 18.
Feafts of Charity

2 Pet. ii. 13. Jude 12.
Feeble-minded, 1 Thel.v 14.
Field, God's Field, 1 Cor. iii. 9.
Fælix, Aets xxiii. 24. xxiv. 3, 25.
Feet, Apoftle's Feet, Acts iv. 37. v. 2.

-Feet of Gamaliel, Acts xxii. 3. Feet food, Ephes. vi. 15.
Fellowship, Acts ii. 42. ! John i. 3. Gal. u. 9. I Cor. i. 9.

x, 20. Ephef. iii. 9. Phil. ii. 1.
Feftus, Acts xxv. I.
Fight, the good Fight, 2 Tim. iv. 7.
Figure, in a Figure, Heb. xi. 19.
Fire, saved as by Fire, 1 Cor. iii. 15.
Fire, Christ come in flaming Fire, 2 Thess. i. 48.

- A consuming Fire, Heb. xii. 29.
-Eternal Fire, Jude 7. See Punishment.

-The Earth shall be destroyed by Fire, 2 Pet. iii. 10.
Flesh, i. e. Lufts of the Flej, Rom. vii. 5, 18. viii. 4, 5, &c.
xiii. 14. Gal. v. 24. and elsewhere.

-Flesh, i.e. Legal Ceremonies and Privileges, Rom. viii. 3.
Gal. iii. 3. Phil. iii. 3, 4.
Flesh and Spirit, John vi. 63. 2 Cor. vii. 1.
Infirmity of the Flesh, Rom. vi. 19. Gal iv. 13.
-Confidence in the Flesh, Phil. iii. 3, 4.

- After the Flesh, 2 Cor. v. 16. x. 3. Gal. iv. 23. Rom. viü.
5, 12, 13.

- In the Flesh, walk in the Flesh, 2 Cor. X. 3. Pet. iv.
2, 6. Rom. viii. 5, 12, 13.
-Temptations in the Flesh, Gal. iv. 14.
Works of the Flesh, Gal. v. 16, 19.
-Sow to the Flesh, Gal. vi. 8.

Fair Shew in the Flesh, Gal.. vi 12. Glory in your Flesh,
ibid. Verse 13.

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