Life eternall or, A treatise of the knowledge of the divine essence and attributes Delivered in XVIII. sermons. By the late faithfull and worthy minister of Iesus Christ, Iohn Preston, D. in Divinity, chaplaine in ordinary to his Majestie, master of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher of Lincolns Inne.
Preston, John, 1587-1628., Ball, Thomas, 1589 or 90-1659., Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680.

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  • Scandall.
    • GOD punnisheth his owne children in case of Scandall: Part. 2, Pag. 99
  • Scriptures.
    • Scriptures proved true by faith 3. wayes: Part. 1, Pag. 48
    • Scriptures proved by them∣selues: Part. 1, Pag. 56
    • Difference betweene penmen of scripture and other writers: Part. 1, Pag. 80
    • Whence it is that men take the judgement of scripture rather then mens fancies: Part. 1, Pag. 70
    • How to understand scriptures: Part. 2, Pag. 78
  • Seek.
    • How to know we seeke to God Part. 1, Pag. 130
  • Serve, service.
    • He that neglects GODS service makes him not his end: Part. 1, Pag. 150
    • VVhy we should labour to serve GOD: Part. 1, Pag. 172
  • Secure.
    • GODS power in bringing downe those that are secure: Part. 2, Pag. 202
  • Seeing.
    • We are present with GOD by seeing of him: Part. 2, Pag. 160
    • GOD present with us by see∣ing us: Part. 2, Pag. 161
  • Short.
    • The good the creatures do us is short: Part. 1, Pag. 138
    • To GOD no time long or short: Part. 1, Pag. 160
  • Sinne.
    • The perfection of GOD to bee vncapable of sinne: Part. 1, Pag. 122
    • Sinne 3. things in it: Part. 1, Pag. 166
    • Sinne and grace to be thought on cheifly: Part. 1, Pag. 167
    • Sinne observed by GOD: Part. 2, Pag. 168
    • GOD therefore Omnipotent because he cannot sinne: Part. 2, Pag. 182
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  • Simplicity.
    • Simplicity of God what. 2, 1.
    • Simplicity of God proved by 6 reasons. Part. 2, Pag. 49
    • Simplicity, two things in it: Part. 2, Pag. 60
    • See Quantity.
  • Singlenesse.
    • Singlenesse of heart what. Part. 2, Pag. 37
    • Singlenesse to be laboured for. Part. 2, Pag. 59
  • Sicknesse.
    • Sicknesse in the body of the world. 1.33
  • Soule.
    • A God proved by the soule of man. Part. 1, Pag. 15
    • Soule, the acts of it depend not on the body: Part. 1, Pag. 18
    • God in the world as the soule in the body. Part. 1, Pag. 23
  • Spawne.
    • Spawne of sinne in the lusts of the spirit 2; 10
  • Speake.
    • Speaking to GOD makes us present with him. 2; 161
    • GOD present with us by spea∣king to us; Ibid.
    • How GOD speakes to us now; Part. 2, Pag. 162
  • Spirit:
    • GOD a spirit: Part. 2, Pag. 2
    • VVhat kinde of spirit God is; Ibid
    • 4 Properties of a spirit. Ibid
    • Gods eye especially on the spi∣rit of man. Part. 2, Pag. 4
    • How to fit our spirits for com∣munion with God: Part. 2, Pag. 6
    • Pollution of spirit, how hatefull to God, Part. 2, Pag. 7
    • Spirit broken pleaseth God. Part. 2, Pag. 8
    • Directions for cleansing the spi∣rit: Part. 2, Pag. 10
    • Gods government chiefly on mens spirits: Part. 2, Pag. 25
    • Spirit GOD guides onely: Part. 2, Pag. 28
    • Spirit, the guiding of it of great consequence: Part. 2, Pag. 29
    • GOD must be worshipped in spirit. Part. 2, Pag. 32
    • To serve GOD in spirit what: Part. 2, Pag. 33
    • How to conceive of a spirit: Part. 2, Pag. 45
    • See Adorne, Iudgement.
  • Stability.
    • Stability in that we enjoy to be begged of GOD: 2 10,
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  • Stronger.
    • The assent in the elect stronger that there is a God, than in others. Part. 1, Pag. 62
  • Substantiall.
    • Perfection in God substantiall. Part. 1, Pag. 122
  • Succession.
    • God without succession. Part. 1, Pag. 98
    • Hee that is eternall, must be without succession. Part. 1, Pag. 157
  • Suffer.
    • VVhy men rather sinne than suffer: Part. 1, Pag. 25