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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  • Cast off.
    • VVe should take heed God cast us not off. Part. 2, Pag. 80
    • The time of Gods casting off unknowne. Part. 2, Pag. 83
  • Cause.
    • The creatures should be with∣out cause, if they were not made. Part. 1, Pag. 8
    • God the first cause. Part. 1, Pag. 39
    • God without all cause. Part. 1, Pag. 140
    • God a voluntary cause. Part. 2, Pag. 181
  • Change.
    • Change in the creature whence it is. Part. 2, Pag. 75
    • Change in us a token of good. Part. 2, Pag. 94
    • VVhen we thinke our conditi∣on cannot change, we doubt of Gods power. Part. 2, Pag. 195
    • See Imperfect.
  • Chronology.
    • Chronology of Scripture exact. Part. 1, Pag. 55
  • Church.
    • Churches testimony proves the truth of Scripture. Part. 1, Pag. 58
    • Scriptures of greater authority than the Church. Part. 1, Pag. 59
    • God will shew himselfe God in raising the Churches. Part. 1, Pag. 87
    • Not to faint in the misery of the Churches. Part. 1, Pag. 109
  • Christ.
    • Christ his humanity alone not to be worshipped. Part. 2, Pag. 45
    • See Mahomet.
  • Cleaue.
    • What makes us cleave to a thing. Part. 1, Pag. 86
  • Conceive.
    • God is beyond all that we can conceive. Part. 2, Pag. 129
  • Complaint.
    • Complaint and griefe whence it ariseth. Part. 1, Pag. 104
  • Command.
    • The creature at Gods command. Part. 1, Pag. 138
  • Confusion.
    • Confusion, when the body rules the spirit. Part. 2, Pag. 21
    • Comfort, see God, see Heaven.
  • Composition.
    • God without composition. Part. 2, Pag. 49
  • Page  [unnumbered]Counsell, see Eternity.
  • Covenant.
    • How to know we are in cove∣nant with God. Part. 2, Pag. 85
    • Covenant twofold. Part. 2, Pag. 86
    • Covenant not frustrate by our sinnes. Part. 2, Pag. 87
  • Constancy.
    • To judge of our spirits by con∣stancy in well-doing. 2; 111
    • Constancy in ill nothing worse. Part. 2, Pag. 113
    • Constancy, to beg it of God. Ibid.
    • Constancy, two meanes to get it. Part. 2, Pag. 115
  • Company.
    • Company, why it is desired. Part. 2, Pag. 166
    • Companions that a man may al∣way have Part. 2, Pag. 167
    • Company, the more griefe in want of it, the lesse wise∣dome. Ibid.
  • Contradiction, see Infinite.
  • Content.
    • To be content with GOD, though with crosses, Part. 1, Pag. 130
    • To be content with a simple condition. Part. 2, Pag. 54
    • Content bred by godlinesse: Part. 2, Pag. 58
  • Creature.
    • Creatures, to learne the vanity of them. Part. 1, Pag. 116
    • Creatures of themselves can doe nothing for us. Part. 1, Pag. 137
    • Creatures, difference betweene God and them. Part. 1, Pag. 146
    • Creatures, not to goe to them but God. Part. 2, Pag. 67
    • Creatures, difference betweene God and them in respect of his unchangeablenes: Part. 2, Pag. 103
    • Creatures, not to expect much from them: Ibid:
  • Creation.
    • Workes of creation shew the greatnesse of God: Part. 2, Pag. 123
    • Gods omnipotence in the crea∣tion. Part. 2, Pag. 178
  • Crosses.
    • Crosses, God doth his good by them: Part. 1, Pag. 41
    • Crosses, faith strengtheneth in them, how: Part. 1, Pag. 105
    • See Content.