tion, 180. secondly, this seed must die and be corrupted be-
fore it is to be raised and quickened, 181. thirdly, this dead
seed is to be raised and quickened by the power of God, 183.
fourthly, it is to be raised and quickened into the proper
form and kind of a human body, 186. fifthly, this human
body is to be very much changed and altered, 188. The
change that will be made in the bodies of good men is four-
fold: first, from base and humble into glorious bodies, 189.
secondly, from earthly and fleshly into spiritual and hea-
venly, 190. thirdly, from weak and passive into active and
powerful, 192. fourthly, from corruptible and mortal into
incorruptible and immortal, 195. They will differ in degrees
of glory proportionably as they differ in degrees of perfec-
tion, 196. Of the woful change which the bodies of the
wicked will undergo, 198. The third and last of these regal
acts of Christ is, his judging the world; where, first, the
thing is proved that he shall judge the world, 200, secondly,
an account is given of the signs and forerunners of his com-
ing to judgment, 201. thirdly, the manner and circumstances
of his coming, 204. as, first, the place from whence he is to
come, ibid, secondly, the state wherein he is to come, 205.
thirdly, the carriage on which he is to come, 207. fourthly,
the train and equipage with which he is to come, 210. fifthly,
the place to which he is to come, 213. fourthly, the process
of this judgment, 215. and first of the judgment of the
righteous'; wherein is implied, first, their citation or summons,
216. secondly, their personal appearance, 217. thirdly, their
trial, 218. fourthly, their sentence, 220. fifthly, their as-
sumption into the clouds of heaven, 222. The judgment of
the wicked implies also, first, their citation, 223. secondly,
their personal appearance, 224. thirdly, their trial, 226.
fourthly, their sentence, 227. fifthly, their execution, 228.
Concerning Christ's surrendering his kingdom.
Chrișt hath a twofold kingdom, viz. his essential kingdom,
which is coeternal with him, and can never be surrendered ;
and his mediatorial kingdom, which is founded upon a so-
lemn compact and agreement with the Father; and this is
the kingdom which shall be surrendered, 232. At the con-
clusion of the day of judgment the whole mediation will