Gospel-conversation: wherein is shewed, I. How the conversation of believers must be above what could be by the light of nature. II. Beyond those that lived under the law. III. And suitable to what truths the Gospel holds forth. By Jeremiah Burroughs, preacher of the Gospel to Stepney and Criplegate, London. Being the third book published by Thomas Goodwyn, William Greenhil, Sydrach Simpson, Philip Nye, William Bridge, John Yates, William Adderly.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646., Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680.

THE ALPHABETICAL TABLE.

    A
  • ABuse, see Body Adam
  • First Adam, what he was, and what he should have been, had he stood Page 43
  • The state of Adam compared with the state of the Saints 44
  • Admiration
  • Admiration of Saints and Angels 90
  • Adrian
  • Adrian the Pope, his wofull death 339
  • Page  [unnumbered]Alexanders rebuke 349
  • Angels
  • Angels are the Saints keepers 155
  • Angels, see Love, Honor
  • Anger
  • Anger must be avoided 38
  • Arbitrary
  • Arbitrary Government, and the differences of it 324
  • Antichrist
  • Antichrists great design 49
  • Argument, see Gospel
    B
  • Beginning
  • Beginings of sin to be feared 83
  • Beleevers
  • Beleevers draw strength from Christ 45
  • Beleevers should manifest Christ in their actions Ibid
  • Beleevers cannot fall away 46
  • Beleevers are not without mix∣ture of evil ib.
  • Beleevers under the Law, were as children under age 100
  • Beleevers under the Gospel are children of full age ib
  • Beleevers must not be of earthly hearts, and why 270
  • Beleeve
  • The manner how to beleeve 76
  • Bishops, see Prelats
  • Blood
  • The Blood of Christ takes us off from vain conversations 98
  • Body
  • The body of sin must be mortified 39
  • The body of sin is unknown to Nature 40
  • Abuse not your bodies, and why? 92
  • Boldness, see Saints
  • Boniface
  • Boniface his answer 288
  • Bowels
  • Bowels of mercy beseem the Go∣spel 71
  • Branch, see Christ
    C
  • Canaan
  • The Land of Canaan a type of Heaven 47
  • Carelesness, see Profession Christians
  • Carnal
  • Carnal worship opposeth the soul of godliness 49
  • Carnal, see Weapons, Heart
  • Ceremonies
  • Ceremonies condemned, and why 97
  • Chastisement
  • Chastisements for sin, what they are 148
  • Children, see Beleevers
  • Christ
  • Christs love known in the Gospel 69
  • Christ is the mercy of all mercies 70
  • Page  [unnumbered]Christs kept the Law, and why? 78
  • Christs self denial 93
  • Christ is the Root, and we are the Branches 103
  • Christs is a great King 116
  • Christ God-man, governs all things, and why? 136
  • Christs Rule 139
  • Christs Law ibid
  • See Dependance, Subjects, and Peace
  • Christians
  • Christians must be carefull of their families 19
  • Christians should eye those whose Conversations are above them 29
  • Christians subject to grow care∣less by degrees 31
  • Church
  • Church of God as a City 3
  • Circumvent
  • We must not circumvent one an∣other 275
  • Citizen
  • A Citizen's wretch'd speech. 320
  • Civil
  • Civil mens worship of God 35
  • Companions, see Tribulation Compulsion, see Persecu∣tion.
  • Conscience
  • Liberty of Conscience the way to procure it 22
  • Contentment
  • Motives to contentment 349
  • Conversation
  • The meaning of this word CON∣VERSATION 3
  • What Conversation becomes the Gospel 5
  • Our Conversation must be loo∣ked to after conversion 7
  • Conversation becoming the Go∣spel 57
  • How our Conversation should be manifested 350
  • What Conversation becomes the Gospel 115
  • See Image, Wanton
  • Cook
  • Cook his opinion of the Martyrs 308
  • Covetousness
  • Covetousness unbeseeming a Saint 270
  • Customs
  • Old Customs an hindrance to spiritual worship 100
    D
  • Daies
  • Difference between daies of fast∣ing and thanksgiving, and holy daies 99
  • See Observing
  • Danger, see Help
  • Deceivers
  • Self-Deceivers how? 13
  • Dependance
  • Page  [unnumbered] No dependance between the Kingdom of Christ, and this world 284
  • Design, see Gospel
  • Despair
  • The reason of despair 75
  • Despise
  • Despise not the meanest of men 92
  • Difference
  • Difference which the Gospel makes 122
  • Difference betwen Saints and worldly men 312
  • Divisions
  • Divisions, whence they come 105
  • Duty, see Time
  • Dying
  • Dying one for another becomes the Gospel 58
    E
  • Elevation
  • Elevation of spirit upon what ground 91
  • Enmity
  • How enmity against God is kept up 15
  • Epistle
  • The Saints should be the Epistles of Christ. 113
  • Eternal life
  • Little mention of Eternal life in the Old Testament 110
  • Excellency
  • The Excellency of a Saints por∣tion wherein it consists 354
  • Eyes
  • The eyes of all are upon Professors 23
  • What the eyes of a Christian should be set upon 354
    F
  • Faith
  • Faith acts upon Christ as a King aswell as a Savior 135
  • Necessity of living by faith 285
  • Fleshly-lusts
  • Fleshly lusts unsutable to the Go∣spel 102
    G
  • Gentils, see Partition German
  • The speech of a German Divine 137
  • God
  • Gods willingnesse to be at peace with man 63
  • See Hatred, Love, Glory People, Mercy
  • God is full of goodness 64
  • How the utmost of Gods glory is manifested 90
  • Godly
  • Why godly men are willing to live 2
  • Gospel
  • What the Gospel is 3
  • Gospel-Conversation, what it is 38
  • Page  [unnumbered]Gospel Obedience proceeds from love 40
  • Difference between the Law of A∣dam and the Gospel 41
  • Those that live under the Gospel must live in an higher way of holiness than those that lived under the Law 42
  • The great Design of the Gospel 54
  • The Gospel cals for love 58
  • Gospel-arguments are the stron∣gest arguments 69
  • Difference between the Gospel & the light of Nature 73
  • See Law, Mallice, Christ, Conversation, Dying, Bowels, Wanton, Wor∣ship, Beleevers, Power.
  • Government, see Arbitrary.
  • Great ones, see Religion.
    H
  • Hard-hearted, see Monster Hatred
  • Gods hatred of sin, how to know it 81
  • Heart.
  • Carnal hearts will not trust God 351
  • Help
  • Helps against the danger of the times 24
  • Holy Ghost
  • The Holy Ghost dwells in our bodies 90
  • Honor
  • How the honor of Religion is kept up 15
  • More honor put upon Men than upon Angels 89
    I
  • Jewes
  • The error of the Jews about Christs Kingdom 117
  • See Partition
  • Image
  • How man holds out the Image of God
  • Injustice
  • A remedy against Injustice 77
  • Institution
  • Whereon institution of Worship depends 21
  • Institution is the rule of Worship 141
  • Justice
  • Gods Justice is no loser by His Mercy 74
    K
  • King
  • Wherein the Kings of the earth ar not like Christ 137
  • See Christ, Subjects.
  • Kingdom
  • Christs Kingdom is not of this world 116
  • Why Christs Kingdom is not of Page  [unnumbered] this world 157
  • When the Kingdoms of this world shall be submitted to Christ 150
  • See Dependance
    L
  • Latimer
  • Latimers story 339
  • Law
  • The Law of God goes higher than the light of Nature, and how? 41
  • The Law considered under two Considerations 42
  • The Law given to Adam, what it was 43
  • Difference between the Law of Adam, and the Law given by Moses, 47
  • Difference between the Law given by Moses, and the Gospel. ibid
  • They under the Law had somthing of the Gospel ibid
  • See Gospel, Christ, Wor∣ship, and Beleevers
  • Leturgie
  • True Leturgie, what it is. 355
  • Liberty, see Conscience
  • Light of Nature, see Nature
  • Life, see Spirit
  • Looseness, see profession
  • Love
  • The love of God is more to men than to Angels 53
  • The love of God should work an answerable love in us 54
  • See Testimony & Christ Lusts, see Flesh
  • Luther
  • Luthers opinion of the Turkish Empire 306
  • Luthers's Protestation 334
    M
  • Magistrates
  • How Magistrates are helpful to the Church 140
  • Malice
  • Malice is unbeseeming the Gospel 58
  • Man, see World
  • Mercy
  • Mercy must be real, not verbal. 71
  • Gods infinit mercy 286
  • Gods Mercy undervalued by worldly men ibid
  • See Transcendant, Christ, Bowels
  • Ministers
  • Ministers of the Gospel, what they are 4
  • Ministers ought to rule over none but those they teach 30
  • Ministers should be eminent in their Conversations every way ibid
  • Ministers Charge over soules. 88
  • Page  [unnumbered] Mixture
  • What mixture is in worldly por∣tions 336
  • Monsters
  • Hard-hearted Christians are monsters 71
  • Moses, see Law
    N
  • Nature
  • Light of Nature, its extent. 33
  • Difference between the light of Nature before the fall, and since 41
  • Light of Nature shews some∣thing of the mercie of God 69
  • Necessity, see Faith
    O
  • Obedience
  • The Obedience of a Beleever, is of an higher nature than A∣dams in his innocency 44
  • Observing
  • Observing daies forbidden 98
  • Old, see Customs
  • Opinions
  • What Opinions are not to be tol∣lerated 327
  • Opposed
  • World opposed to Saints 272
  • Overseeing, see Visitation
    P
  • Papists
  • Papists reproved 287
  • Parliament
  • The PARLIAMENT defen∣ded 324
  • Partition
  • The partition wall between Jew and Gentile, taken down 66
  • Peace
  • We should love peace 65
  • Peace with our Brethren, what it should be 68
  • Difference between the worlds peace and Christs 155
  • Why men should have peace upon any terms 323
  • See God, and Seek
  • People
  • Why Gods People are mean in this world 277
  • Perfection
  • Perfection comes by suffering 279
  • Persecution
  • Persecution unlawful 283
  • Persecution opposed 326
  • Pope
  • A mortal choice of Popes 328
  • Portion
  • Why wicked men have a portion 304
  • The worlds portion described. 329
  • Page  [unnumbered] Rules to know who hath his por∣tion only in this life 341
  • See Excellency
  • Power
  • What the power of the Gospel is 123
  • Prelates
  • Prelates reproved 287
  • Priviledges
  • Priviledges of the Saints 152
  • Profession
  • The reason why some mens pro∣fession vanisheth 14
  • Loosness of profession what mis∣chief it doth 16
  • The miseries attending a loose profession 18
  • Why forward professors turn persecutors 19
  • See Eyes
  • Promises
  • Difference between the promises of the Gospel, and Adams pro∣mises 45
    R
  • Reason
  • We are not to live altogether ac∣cording to reason 67
  • Reason discovers some sin 80
  • Reconciliation
  • Reconciliation to God 65
  • Rebels
  • How the Saints are Rebells. 280
  • Redemption
  • What the Redemption of a soul is. 86
  • Religion
  • Religion comes to nothing with∣out consideration of the duties of relation 25
  • Why Religion is so little regar∣ded by great ones 319
  • See Honor, Weapons
  • Repentance
  • Repentance is a mighty work 87
  • Repentance is out of our power 85
  • Root, see Christ
    S
  • Saints
  • The Saints shall condemn the world 12
  • The Saints may come to the Throne of grace with boldness 50
  • The Saints shall judge the world 272
  • See Rebels, Difference
  • Seek
  • Seek for peace 66
  • Self-denial, see Christ
  • Selvishness
  • Selvishness unbeseeming a Saint 94
  • Schism
  • What Schism is 108
  • Page  [unnumbered] Services
  • Gods services are choice services 356
  • Sin
  • Sin harboured in thought produ∣ceth sinful actions 29
  • No sin is little 82
  • The wages of sin is death ib.
  • See Hatred & Beginings
  • Socrates
  • Socrates his rebuke 331
  • Soul
  • Souls Immortallity proved 1
  • Souls pawn'd to the Devil 86
  • See Worth, & Redemption
  • Strength
  • Strength drawn from Christ 45
  • Strive
  • We must strive together, not asun∣der 105
  • Spirit
  • The life of the Spirit, what it is 102
  • Subjects
  • Difference between Christs sub∣jects and the subjects of other Kings 138
  • Suffering, see Perfection
    T
  • Temptations
  • Particular temptations must be looked to 27
  • Tenure
  • The tenure men hold the world by 335
  • Testimonies
  • Testimonies of Gods love to us 55
  • Testimonies of our love to God 56
  • Time
  • The time sanctifies the duty 99
  • Transcendent
  • The mercies of God are transcen∣dent 69
  • Tribulation
  • We have Companions in Tribu∣lation 278
  • Turkish Empire, see Luther
    U
  • Unity
  • Unity of the Saints 105
  • Visitation
  • Visitation of the wicked, what it is 10
    W
  • Wanton
  • Wanton Conversation becomes not the Gospel 71
  • Well-doing
  • Well-doing stops the mouthes of wicked men 11
  • Well-doing converts men ibid
  • Weapons
  • Carnal weapons not to be used in defence of Religion 145
  • Wicked
  • Wicked men do something for God 305
  • Page  [unnumbered]See Portion
  • Wickedness
  • Wickedness is unbeseeming Pro∣fessors 128
  • The wickednesse of the world. 281
  • Works
  • Our good works should shine be∣fore men 8
  • Difference between doing of good works that may be seen, and doing good works that [they] may be seen ibid
  • Women
  • Women-Preachers, in what sense lawful 9
  • Worship
  • We must set up the Worship of God in our families 56
  • The worship of the world is car∣nal 96
  • Page  [unnumbered] God will have as much worship under the Gospel as under the Law ibid
  • What worship becomes the Gospel 100
  • See Institution
  • Worth
  • The worth of the soul 85
  • World
  • How to know a man of this world 263
  • See Peace, Opposed, Saints, People, Portion
  • Worldly
  • Why worldly men are cunning 118
  • Worldly men, see Difference.
  • Worldly portion, see Mixture.
  • Wronged
  • We must seek peace of those that have wronged us 67
FINIS.