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.

D.

  • Dead, Death.
    • He that beleeveth not Christ, would not beleeve one rising from the dead: Part. 1, Pag. 42
    • Page  [unnumbered]We cannot see reason for many things till death: Part. 1, Pag. 103
    • Death sweetned by walking with God: Part. 1, Pag. 165
  • Decree.
    • Decree of God unchangeable, yet unknowne: Part. 2, Pag. 92
  • Defend.
    • GOD is able to defend us: Part. 2, Pag. 166
  • Delay.
    • Delay of GOD should not of∣fend us, why. Part. 1, Pag. 168
    • Delay seemes long, why: Part. 1, Pag. 169
  • Depend, Dependent.
    • Not to depend on many things: Part. 2, Pag. 56
    • Dependent felicity to trust in the creature: Part. 2, Pag. 106
  • Desires.
    • Desires must bee strong that helpe resolution: Part. 2, Pag. 121
    • How to get strong desires: Ibid:
  • Despise.
    • What makes a man despise out∣ward things: Part. 2, Pag. 138
  • Destroy.
    • A man destroyeth himselfe, how Part. 1, Pag. 10
  • Die, Dying.
    • Mortifying of lusts a dying dai∣ly: Part. 1, Pag. 66
    • Heathen gods die, therfore false Part. 1, Pag. 81
  • Direction.
    • Men desire company for dire∣ction: Part. 2, Pag. 166
  • Discontent.
    • Discontent, whence it is: Part. 1, Pag. 123
  • Dispose.
    • Affliction and prosperity dispo∣sed by GOD: Part. 1, Pag. 40
    • To be content with GODS dis∣posing of us: Part. 1, Pag. 124
  • Doe, Doing.
    • VVe are present with GOD by doing his will: Part. 2, Pag. 161
    • To consider what GOD doth to us: Part. 2, Pag. 162
    • Some things that GOD cannot doe, why: Part. 2, Pag. 182
  • Double.
    • Double-minded man who: Part. 2, Pag. 60
    • Sinful affections make the heart double: Part. 2, Pag. 62