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with the inhabitants of Ca-

naan forbidden to the Jews.

Making covenants and inter-
marriages with transgres-
sors of this commandment
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142 Strange gods to be put away.
143, Transgressors of this com-
mandment among the peo-
ple of Israel, & the enticers
thereto, to be put to death.
Threatenings against strange

Strange gods are vanity.
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Enquiring concerning future
events of those who by na-
ture are no gods forbidden.
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First Commandment.

136 Idolatry, or the worship of
strange god's forbidden.

137 Threatenings against idolaters

138 Judgments inflicted upon



Page 314 157 Magicians.

139 God's judgments upon parti-158 Inchanters.

cular trangressors of this 159 Soothsayers.

160 Observers of times.


140 Covenants and intermarriages 161 Witches.

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5 Charity with other graces en- 33 Fightings, quarrels.
Page 335 34 Divisions forbidden.


6 Approved examples of charity 35 Offences forbidden. Page 346

36 Threats against offenders.

Doing good to others. Pa. 347

and other graces.

7 Hatred toward mankind,threat- 37

enings against it. Page 336 38 Doing evil.
8 Duty of the righteous toward 39

those that hate them.


9 Prayers and complaints to God
against the hatred of the wick-41



15 Malice in the wicked.

16 Anger forbidden. Page 339
17 Instances of the anger of the
righteous against sin.

25 Peace prayed for as a desirable 61 Gentleness.

gift of God.

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26 Peace the gift of God, promis-
es and instances thereof.

27 Peace with God is the blessed;
reward of the righteous man.

28 Peace promised to the church

of God.

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29 Unity.

60 Honouring one another.

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