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Secr. 1. Raised very high, are no sign - - • 57

11. Great effects on the body, are no sign - - 41

111. Fluency and fervour, are no sign - - 45

1v. That they are not excited by us, is no sign - 47

v. That they come with texts of scripture, is no sign . 51

v1. That there is an appearance of love, is no sign - 54.

v11. Religious affections of many kinds, are no sign 56

v1.11. Joys following in a certain order, are no sign • G0

1.x. Much time and zeal in duty, are no sign - 71

x. Much expression of praise, is no sign - - 73

x1, Great confidence, is no certain sign - : 75

x11. Affecting relations, are no sign - - 88

PART III. Shewing what are distinguishing signs of truly gracious and holy

affections.

Introductory remarks - - - • • 97

Sect. 1. Gracious affections are from divine influence - 101

11. Their object is the excellence of divine things - 138

111. They are sounded on the moral excellency of objects 151

1 v. They arise from divine illumination - - 163

v. They are attended with a conviction of certainty 186

v1. They are attended with evangelical humiliation 205

- v1.1. They are attended with a change of nature - 233

viii. They beget and promote the temper of Jesus - 238

1x. Gracious affectious soften the heart - - 250

x. They have beautiful symmetry and proportion . 257

xr. False affections rest satisfied in themselves - 269

x11. Their fruit is Christian practice - - 275

x1 1 1. Christian practice is the chief sign to others - 298

xiv. Christian practice is the chief sign to ourselves - 311

APPENDIX TO THE TREATIS E ON THE AFFECTIONS.

LETTER I. To Mr. Gill tspie, in answer to objections - 352

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