Homilies on Galatians and Ephesians.
Abraham, justified by faith, [1]25; his household a pattern of harmony and good government, [2]148; his hospitality and contempt of riches, [3]156.

Absalom, [4]122.

Achan, his sin brought calamities upon all, [5]79.

Adam, the parent stock of mankind, [6]143.

Adultery, an instance of the willfulness of sin, [7]57.

Agar, interpretation of, [8]34 (note) .

Allegory, what, [9]34.

Almsgiving, duty of, [10]45; the danger of omitting the duty, [11]69; enforced, [12]172.

Altar, Christian, [13]64.

Amattari, the family of, mentioned 1 Sam. x.21; the text quoted in illustration of God's Paternal Government over the families of heaven and earth, [14]82 (and note) .

Ambition of those who wished to introduce circumcision, [15]42.

Angels, men become in the Gospel, [16]6; Priests called, [17]8-28; St. Paul received as, [18]32; their life a pattern for Christians, [19]55; cannot confer spiritual gifts, [20]60; are taught the mystery of the Gospel by the Church, [21]80; their knowledge limited, [22]80; orders of them alluded to, [23]81; as implied in the word "family," [24]82 (and note) ; surround Elisha and encamp unseen as guardians of God's saints, [25]95; keep unity, [26]99; are a pattern of love and unity to us, [27]100; are present at the Christian mysteries, [28]120; represented as girded like soldiers, [29]165.

Anger, to be directed against the devil and against ourselves, [30]58, [31]163; forbidden against our brethren, [32]118; its cure, [33]118; it is giving place to the devil, [34]ib.; of momentary anger, [35]128.

Anomoeans, [36]28 (note) .

Apostles, &c., Eph. iv.11, 12; the subordination of the Christian ministry not defined in this text, [37]104.

Apostolic vocation, prerogative of, [38]2.

Argument, not the way to attain spiritual wisdom, [39]60.

Arius, the heretic, [40]164.

Armor, of the Christian, [41]167.

Atonement, [42]4, [43]22, [44]23, [45]27; the marvelousness of it and its effects, [46]53.

Babylas, St., buried in his fetters, [47]96.

Baptism, not the Law, makes us sons, [48]4; a crucifixion with Christ, [49]22; regenerating with the Word, [50]35; a confession of faith before and after it, [51]53 (and note) ; no second Baptism, [52]57, [53]73; raises Christians to sit together with Christ, [54]67; washes away sin, [55]69; the beginning of righteousness, [56]114; the danger of sin after it, [57]171.

Bitterness, taints the whole character, [58]122; is powerless, [59]122; must be entirely eradicated, [60]125.

Boasting in self ultimately leads to humility, [61]44.

Body, not sinful, but the instrument of sin, [62]39; not necessarily evil, [63]41; nor opposed to the spirit, [64]41; not evil in substance, [65]42.

Body, not sinful in itself, but sins, when left to itself, [66]73; should be in subjection to the soul, [67]74; the compactness and sympathy of its members a type of those of the Church, [68]106, [69]117; its limits forbid covetousness, [70]58; and excess, [71]138; the Church is Christ's body, [72]62; receives life from Him as the body from the head, [73]106; as such must not be torn by schism, [74]ib.

Body and blood of Christ, partaken in the Eucharist, [75]63.

Bonds, their great power, [76]85 et seqq.; a type of bondage by sin, [77]88; see [78]Prison.

Carnal, what acts are so called, [79]73.

Cathari, a name indirectly assumed by the Novatians, [80]119 (and note) .

Catholics, accused of being through ambition contentious against heretics, [81]7.

Charity, can only be exercised in this life, [82]46; to be extended to all, [83]ib.

Children, the Three Holy Children, [84]92, [85]93.

Children, admonished, [86]153; their duty obedience, [87]153; need not be made monks, but must be brought up as Christians, [88]154; to be taught self-discipline and trained for immortality, [89]154; require this training more for courts than for monastic life, [90]155; they who train them are forming statues to Christ, [91]156.

Chosen, how Christians are chosen, [92]55; are made manifest by sealing, [93]56.

Christ, His sufferings voluntary, [94]4; the cause both of our hidden and of our visible life, [95]22; was sacrificed for all men, [96]23; yet loved each enough to die for him alone, [97]ib.; awful mysteriousness of His death, [98]23; took on Him the curse of the Cross, [99]27; in the baptized, [100]29, [101]30; Christians fulfill the Law one with and for another, [102]43; our Mediator and Judge, [103]51; above all principality and power, [104]61; our Head, [105]62, [106]105; made man's nature His garment, [107]62; His deep humiliation and high exaltation, [108]62; specially present in the Eucharist, [109]65; how He broke down the middle wall, [110]71; and abolished the enmity, [111]72; became a Jew by circumcision, [112]73; a Gentile by being a curse, [113]ib.; united both Jews and Gentiles and slew the enmity by His Cross, [114]73; the chief corner-stone, [115]75; brought us to Himself, [116]75; dwells in the faithful, [117]81; His glory in the Church, [118]82; the exemplar of love to enemies, [119]84; and of forgiveness of injuries, [120]129; led captivity captive, [121]104; is the Head of the Church, and the Saviour of the Body, [122]144; the Bridegroom of the Church, [123]144; His love to the Church a pattern for husbands, [124]142-145.

Christians, in all conditions called saints and faithful, [125]49; their blessings spiritual, [126]50; how chosen in Christ, [127]51; in order to be unblamable, [128]51; ought to be like Angels, [129]55, [130]62, [131]100; how sealed by the Spirit, [132]56, [133]120; their privilege in having Christ for their head, [134]62; are members of His body, [135]62; partakers of His body in the Eucharist, [136]63; are made to sit in heavenly places, [137]67; are created unto good works, [138]68; may not live in the flesh, but in heaven, [139]74; are given what elder saints toiled after, [140]75; are collectively and severally the temple of God, [141]75; are bound as one body by mutual ties, [142]102; all equal in Christ, [143]102; alike in grace, differ in gifts, [144]103; how light in the Lord, [145]133; cannot serve God and mammon, [146]135; must walk circumspectly and not give offense, [147]137; must put on the whole armor of God, [148]160; their conflict with the devil, [149]161; must stand well and be braced up for the fight, [150]163; how they are to keep the Passover, [151]165; their warfare ceases in the land of promise, [152]166; are here in a pilgrimage or campaign, [153]166.

Chrysostom, St., did not preach to please, [154]79; calls to public humiliation, [155]102; offers to resign his dignity for the sake of unity, [156]108; his times, manifold vices of, [157]78, [158]79 (and note) ; neglect of Communion, [159]64; degeneracy of teachers, [160]78; Church offices salable, [161]ib.; the Church in conflagration through pride, [162]100; treatment of slaves, [163]123.

Church, name of, implies unity, [164]4; divided into a thousand parties, [165]8; represented by Sarah, [166]34; its exaltation as the body of Christ, [167]62; is Christ's fullness, [168]62; shall continue till He comes, [169]76, [170]82; is one body in Him, [171]99; binds all together by mutual good offices, [172]ib.; is like a house built of men's souls, [173]100, [174]101; set on fire by pride, [175]ib.; ought not to seek the support of bad men, [176]107; is the spouse of Christ, [177]144; her condition when He took her, [178]ib.

Circumcision, brings us under the Law, [179]37; observed by St. Paul, not preached, [180]38.

Clamor, forbidden, [181]123; is the vehicle of anger, a special fault of women, [182]ib.

Commandments, the Ten, the order of them, [183]153.

Communicants, unworthy, [184]79; careless and formal, [185]108; must refrain from reviling, and why, [186]120.

Communion, Church, not to be expanded to take in bad men, [187]107.

Concession, and command, difference between, [188]15; condescension of the Apostles to the Judaists, [189]1-15.

Corner-stone. See [190]Christ.

Corruption, various meanings of the word, [191]171.

Courtezans, [192]151.

Covenants, old and new proceeded both from the Father and the Son, [193]6.

Covetousness is idolatry in Christians, [194]133-34; leads to the death of the soul, [195]134.

Cross, destroys the need of the Law, [196]3; removes the curse, [197]27; the boast of Christians, [198]46; raises them above the old Dispensation as well as above the world, [199]46.

Curiosity, generally misdirected and misplaced, [200]141.

Damsels, devoted to monastic life, [201]115-16.

David, a guileless character, [202]123.

Deacon, his office in dismissing the congregation, [203]64 (and note) .

Death, of the soul, what it is, [204]134; the second death, [205]172.

Devil, why called the prince of this world, [206]66; why of the power of the air, [207]ib.; takes advantage of men's quarrels, [208]119; and of their covetousness, [209]162; his wiles, [210]159; his forces, [211]160; maybe overcome, [212]160; but is not to be wrestled with so much as trampled on, [213]162; his fiery darts are doubts, [214]169; and evil desires and sharp sorrows, [215]169; to be slain by keeping the commandments, [216]169.

Dispensation of grace, [217]76.

Drunkenness, excludes from Heaven, [218]69; its temporal ill effects, [219]138.

Earnest, the meaning of the word explained, [220]56; see [221]Spirit.

Economy, of the Apostles about the Law, [222]15; to be beneficial to the objects of it, must be concealed from them, [223]16; of St. Paul in circumcising Timothy, [224]16.

Education in Scripture remedies that in the Classics, [225]154; consists in nurture, see [226]Children.

Eli, [227]154.

Elisha, [228]95.

Ephesus, the metropolis of [Proconsular] Asia, [229]49; the abode of St. John and of Timothy, and a great resort of philosophers, [230]ib.; its inhabitants advanced in knowledge, [231]49.

Epiphany, the great festival of the Greek Church in remembrance of our Lord's Baptism and Birth, [232]63 (note) ; a season for Communicating, [233]ib.

Equality of ranks, inconsistent with peace, [234]147; Christian equality, [235]102; civil slavery not inconsistent with it, [236]142; mutual service, [237]158.

Eucharist, called the flesh of Christ, [238]41; Christ's body and blood partaken in it, [239]63; the preparation for it, [240]63; profanation of it, [241]64; neglect of it, [242]ib.; formalism of Communicating only at the seasons, danger of unworthy Communicating, [243]63; inconsistency of coming to Service and not Communicating, [244]64; unfitness not the fault of nature but of indolence, [245]65; Christ specially present in the Eucharist, [246]65; allusions to the Eucharistic Service, [247]120-21; see [248]Sacrifice.

Evidences, of the Gospel, [249]9.

Evil, not necessarily connected with this life, [250]5; not in our bodily substance but our will, [251]42.

Faith, vitiated by a slight adulteration, [252]7; to be defended in slight matters, [253]8; slight perversion of, invalidates the ministerial authority, [254]8; anterior to the Law, [255]26-27; justifies without the Law, [256]26; but not without love, [257]37; ever sees Christ, [258]24; gains miraculous and spiritual powers, [259]25; as no force if the Law be added, [260]25; makes us sons of God, [261]30; always joined with love by St. Paul, [262]60; will not save without works, [263]67; a shield to protect ready believers, [264]169.

Faithful, the, bear about the form of Christ, [265]30; the body of Christ, [266]41.

Falsehood, an instance of willful sin, [267]58.

Fasting, a means of intercession, [268]101.

Father and Son, one in will, [269]4; one in act, [270]6; reveal each other, [271]11, [272]146.

Fathers, their duties in the nurture of their children, [273]154.

Faults, to be mildly corrected, [274]43.

Fetters and bonds, gloried in by St. Paul, [275]84, &c.

Fireworshipers, [276]110.

Flesh, means not the body, but the depraved will, [277]41.

Forgiveness, motives for it, [278]128-29.

Foundation, katabole, a beautiful allusion contained in the word, [279]51; Christ the foundation, [280]75.

"Fullness of the times" was Christ's coming, [281]54.

"Fullness of Christ" is the Church, [282]62.

"Fullness of God" explained, [283]82.

Galatians, nature of their error, [284]2; feared to forsake the Law, [285]6; justly called "foolish," [286]23; sons of Abraham as Isaac was, [287]34; misled by party spirit, [288]40.

"Gather together into one," the meaning of the expression, [289]54.

Gentile customs, [290]8.

Gentiles, raised above the privileges of the Jews, [291]71; their calling a mystery, [292]80; the vanity of their worship as directed to the creatures, [293]110; it flattered men's evil passions, [294]111.

God, loves us for His own Name's sake, [295]56; a just apprehension of Him forbids us to doubt or rationalize, [296]60; the knowledge of Him derived from His Spirit, [297]ib.; His goodness not to be presumed upon, [298]69; kind to the unthankful, [299]139; no respecter of persons, [300]159.

Good-pleasure, the meaning of the word, [301]52.

Government, in its origin paternal, [302]82; must be centered in one, [303]146; exemplified in a household, [304]159.

Gospels, one in substance, though fourfold in form, [305]7; easily perverted, [306]7.

Gospel, no afterthought, [307]51, [308]55; may be in itself an offense, in the manner of preaching it should not be, [309]137.

Grace, sets us free, makes us new, heirs and sons, [310]30; the great change it produces in Christians, [311]52; arrays the soul in spiritual beauty, [312]53.

Guilelessness, [313]123.

Habit, one sinful one may ruin us, [314]68; evil ones must be cured by cultivating their opposites, [315]125-26.

Hagar, [316]149.

Hannah, an example to mothers, [317]154; of watchfulness and prayer, [318]170; her reverence and contrition, [319]170.

Harlots, their treatment of their lovers, [320]83.

Heretics, denied the Co-equality of the Father and the Son, [321]4; considered this life essentially evil, [322]5.

Herod, judgment upon, [323]90.

Holiness in teachers more influential than miracles, [324]77.

Holy children, as examples of triumph over affliction, [325]93.

Hospitality, to he shown to the poor, [326]151.

Household, the mistress's duty in the conduct of, [327]124; when well ordered sheds a fragrance around, [328]143; is a little city and its head a prince, [329]159.

Husbands, to love their wives as Christ loved the Church, [330]144-45; the husband the head of the family, [331]146; the importance of him to the household, [332]148; character of a good one, [333]149; must show all forbearance, [334]150; and wean his wife from the world, [335]ib.

Hymn, the Angelic Hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy," sung in the Eucharistic service, [336]64 (and note) , [337]121, [338]165.

Idolatry of Christians is covetousness, [339]134; its origin, [340]135.

Ignorance, to profess it more wise than to profess knowledge, [341]141.

Incarnation, effects of, [342]30.

Inheritance, by lot, according to a purpose, [343]55.

Israelites, how they kept the Passover, [344]164; how they fell, [345]165; their history is a mystery or type, [346]ib.

Jailer at Philippi, conversion of, [347]87.

James the Less, not the Lord's brother, though so called, [348]13.

Jeremiah in prison, [349]94.

Jericho, [350]166.

Jerusalem, earthly and heavenly, [351]166.

Jesting, forbidden to Christians, [352]130; the character of one given to it, [353]131; enormous when extended to Scripture, [354]131-32.

Jesus, the Son of Nave, the type of Jesus the Son of God, [355]166.

Jews, the hindrance to their conversion, [356]4; their blessings earthly, [357]50; how of old chosen by God, [358]51; their privileges how stated by St. Paul, [359]71; how Jews and Gentiles are made one, [360]71.

Job, an example of protracted suffering, [361]172.

John Baptist in prison, [362]94.

Joseph in prison, [363]94.

Judaizers opposed St. Paul, [364]2; their ambition, [365]42; in St. Chrysostom's day, [366]8, [367]21; heresy of, [368]11.

Judgments, temporal, a call to repentance, [369]79.

Julian, St., a recluse, his character, [370]156.

Laver, of Baptism. See [371]Baptism.

Law the, not evil, but weak and dangerous, [372]20; death to, different meanings of, [373]22; causes faith not to avail, [374]25; curse of removed by the Cross, [375]27; partially restrains sin, [376]28; provided for self-knowledge and self-restraint, [377]29; once led to, now leads from Christ, [378]29; sometimes means Genesis, often the Old Testament, [379]33; obedience to part of, subjects to the whole, [380]36; abolished to make room for a higher rule of life, [381]39, [382]42; fulfilled by the various gifts of the faithful, [383]43; the ceremonies of, abolished in Christ, [384]72.

Lent-season, [385]63.

Light, detects darkness by its own shining, [386]133, [387]136.

Lot, inheritance by lot implies that we are not chosen by merit, [388]55 (and note) .

Love, God's love the cause of our being chosen, [389]52; how to understand its extent, [390]82; its effects and obligations upon man, [391]98; always combined with faith, [392]60, [393]171; towards enemies enforced, [394]82, [395]127-129; its fruit unity and mutual confidence, [396]97-98; is the condition of our receiving the Spirit, [397]105; love between husband and wife, [398]149.

Lowliness, the ground of all graces, [399]96.

Man, the wonderful exaltation of his nature in Christ, [400]61; his littleness and greatness, [401]62; a fourfold consideration of him, [402]114.

Manichees, considered the world essentially evil, [403]5 (note) ; and the body, [404]39; paid divine honors to the heavenly bodies, [405]5.

Manichees, [406]139 (and note) .

Marcionites, allowed one Gospel only, [407]7, [408]139 (and note) .

Marks of the Cross, [409]47.

Marriage, &c., some heretics forbade it, [410]147; rules for, [411]151.

Masters, their duties, [412]158.

Mildness in correcting enjoined, [413]43.

Minister, in what sense not applied to the Son, [414]54 (and note) .

Ministers of the Gospel to be obeyed though wicked, [415]8; unless they vitiate the faith, [416]8; maintained by their disciples, [417]44; mutual benefits of this, [418]45; contrast in the case of Heathen teachers, [419]45 (note) .

Monks, [420]165 (note) ; their self-denial, [421]248.

Moses, an example of love to enemies, [422]83.

Murder, an instance of voluntary sin, [423]57.

Mystery, "of His will," [424]53; the calling of the Gentiles so called, [425]77; of the Gospel made known to angels by the Church, [426]80; the union of Christ and the Church so called, [427]146.

Natural, what acts are so called, [428]73.

Nature, does not force man to sin, [429]57.

Necessity, not to be pleaded in excuse for sin, [430]57.

Nineveh, its repentance an example to us, [431]101-2.

Novatians, denied repentance to the lapsed, [432]25 (note) .

Oaths, not necessary to beget confidence, [433]62.

Obedience, slight breach of, punishable, [434]7.

Passover, its historical and mystical meaning, [435]165; how kept by Israelites, how to be kept by Christians, [436]165.

Paul, St., followed Christ's example in his mode of preaching, [437]1; his divine calling and commission, [438]2; suddenness of his conversion a proof of its being divine, [439]10; sincerity of his motives, [440]10; his opposition to Christianity on religious motives, [441]ib.; called on account of his capacity, [442]10; reason of his first journey from Antioch to Jerusalem, [443]11; reason of his second journey, [444]14; his fervency and humility, [445]12; equal in dignity to St. Peter, [446]12; his humility shown in his visit to St. Peter, [447]12; his doctrine approved by the Apostles, [448]17; his tenderness and skill, [449]31-2; observed, but did not preach, circumcision, [450]38; usual arrangement of his Epistles, [451]39; why he wrote that to the Galatians with his own hand, [452]46; a proof of God's love and power, [453]52; had a foretaste of heavenly blessings, [454]56; his sympathy and affectionateness, [455]59; his gentleness, [456]65; bound for the Gentiles' sake, [457]76; saved by grace, [458]76; had special revelation of the calling of the Gentiles, [459]77; his zeal, endurance, and wisdom, [460]77; attributed all to grace, [461]ib.; an example to teachers, [462]ib.; his great humility, [463]79; his earnest supplication, [464]81; example of love to enemies, [465]84; glories in bonds, [466]85; but not before Agrippa, and why, [467]95; his skill as a spiritual physician, [468]118; his simplicity and condescension in admonishing children, [469]153; overcame Satan, [470]161; the intensity of his love to Christ, [471]161; asks his brethren's prayers, [472]168.

Paul of Samosata, heretic, [473]104 (note) , [474]164.

Peter, St., boldness of his character, [475]18; did not really dissemble at Antioch, [476]ib.; reasons why he appeared to do so, [477]19; instructed not to spurn the Gentiles, [478]77; his deliverance from prison by the Angel, [479]86, [480]89-90.

Poverty the lot of the Christian, [481]46.

Prayer, the Lord's Prayer, how it should affect us, [482]120-21; prayer unceasing required in Christians, and watchfulness, [483]169; exemplified in the Canaanitish woman, the importunate widow, [484]ib.; and in Hannah, [485]170.

Presence, real, of Christ in the Eucharist, [486]63-64.

Priests, may be understood under the term "Angels," [487]8, [488]28.

Prison, the blessedness of it for Christ's sake, [489]85 et seqq.; instanced in St. Paul, St. Peter, Three Holy Children, [490]93; Jeremiah, Joseph, St. John the Baptist, [491]94.

Privileges, Jewish and Christian compared, [492]51; present privileges but an earnest, [493]56; how enhanced in being bestowed through Christ, [494]52; the consideration of them very awful, [495]62.

Providence, instanced in mercies upon some, and judgments upon others, [496]90; implied in the circumstances of men, [497]139; in the order of nature, [498]140; proved by analogy, [499]140; yet wholly mysterious, [500]140-41.

Psalms, the expression of Christian cheerfulness, [501]138.

Punishment, degrees of it in hell, [502]69.

Rationalizing, its absurdity and shallowness, [503]139-40.

"Redeeming the time" explained, [504]137.

Redemption, absolute redemption will be in the next world, [505]56.

Regeneration, another needed by Galatians, [506]32; effected by the Divine Words in baptism, [507]35.

Repentance, possible after lapsing, [508]25.

Reproof, is charitable, and to be given at any hazard, [509]136.

Resurrection of Christ, effected by His own power, [510]3.

Resurrection, more miraculous to persuade souls than raise the dead, [511]61, [512]65.

Reviling, shameful in Christians, [513]163.

Riches. See [514]Covetousness.

Righteousness, Jewish and Christian compared, [515]114; is in respect of God, or man, [516]114; is a garment, [517]115.

Rites of the law, connected with each other, [518]37.

Sabbath, strictness of under the Law, [519]7; Judaic observance of excludes from grace, [520]21.

Sacrifice, the Christian, [521]63-64; preparation for it, [522]63; see [523]Eucharist.

Saints, a common name for Christians in all conditions, [524]50; what a saint ought to be, [525]131.

Salvation, is entirely of free grace, yet not exclusive of our virtue, [526]52.

Samuel, the child of a good mother, [527]154.

Sarah, [528]148.

Satan, seduces gradually and secretly, [529]7.

Schism, cuts off from the Spirit, [530]105; implies want of love and of holiness, [531]106; especially provokes God's anger -- like the sin of those who mangled Christ's Body, [532]ib.; inexpiable by martyrdom, [533]106 (and note) , [534]108.

Schismatics, to be avoided, [535]106.

Scripture, supreme authority of, [536]8; sense of, not the words must be considered, [537]11; profane use of, [538]131; understatements of, [539]132.

Seal, of the Spirit. See [540]Spirit.

Self-indulgence, in Christian teachers impairs their power of converting and keeping in the fold, [541]77.

Servants, to be taken care of, [542]148, [543]159; as brethren, [544]157; their duties to serve with good will, [545]157-58; taken to the theater, but not to church, [546]159.

Sin, is evil, not the world, [547]5; not to be excused by nature or necessity, [548]57; its voluntariness instanced by various cases, with reference to the Commandments, murder, adultery, theft, perjury, assault, rapine, [549]57 et seqq.; would not be punished if of necessity, [550]ib.; the ground of discord, [551]97; blinds the understanding, [552]112-13; is self-destructive, [553]113; is in omission as well as commission, [554]126; is the only real evil, [555]140; the source of corruption both of body and soul, [556]171; should be put away by acts of mercy, [557]172.

Slaves, how to be treated, [558]123-24.

Slavery, how mitigated by the Gospel, [559]142; is but a name, [560]157; loses its meaning when it is made volluntary, [561]158; its origin, it is the punishment of the sin of rebellion against parents, [562]159.

Solitaries, Christians induced to be so by evil times, [563]78.

Son and Spirit, oneness of Their power, [564]2; sons of God we become through baptism, [565]4; by the Word, [566]35; in putting on Christ, [567]29-30; in receiving the Spirit, [568]30; out of the course of nature, as Isaac, [569]33.

Soul, its relation to the Flesh and Spirit, [570]42; should govern the body, yet requires the guidance of the Spirit, [571]73; the death of, [572]134.

Spirit, Holy, imparts righteousness, [573]37; gift of not by Law, but faith, not by circumcision, but grace, [574]47; Christians sealed by Him, [575]56, [576]120; the earnest of our inheritance, [577]56, [578]166; alone reveals mysteries, [579]60; and the true knowledge of God, [580]ib.; the calling of the Gentiles, [581]80; alone can strengthen against trial, [582]81; His indwelling necessary to teach the love of God, [583]82; binds the faithful in one body, [584]96; His gifts manifold, [585]104; yet have all one office to build up each and all in one faith, [586]105; communicates life from the Head to the whole Church, as natural life is conveyed through the body, [587]105-06; how grieved, especially by sins of the tongue, [588]120; by bitterness, [589]121; His grace typified by the pillar of fire, [590]165; the sword of the Spirit, [591]169.

Submission, mutual, is mutual service, [592]142.

Suicide worse, and punished worse by God than murder, [593]5.

Sunworship, [594]110.

Superstitions, [595]8, [596]79, [597]111.

Synagogue, the, represented by Agar, [598]34.

Teachers, degeneracy of, their powerlessness to convert and guide, [599]77-78.

Teachers of error, to be cut off, their followers to be spared, [600]38.

Thanksgiving, universally a duty in Christians, [601]138-39.

Theft, an instance of voluntary sin, [602]58.

Times, how called evil, [603]137.

Tithes, the danger of omitting them, [604]69.

Tongue, its proper use, [605]119, [606]131; and discipline, [607]121.

Trisagion, the Hymn so called. See [608]Hymn.

Types, in the Old Testament, explained, [609]166.

Unity of the Spirit, binds all together, [610]97; its perfectness, [611]ib.; promotes virtue, [612]97; kept by love, [613]98; binds in one body the faithful of all ages, [614]99; meant by St. Paul's expression, "a perfect man," [615]105; unity is the condition of our receiving life from the Spirit, [616]106; is founded on the Divine Unity, [617]146.

Unpopularity the lot of Christians, [618]46.

Uzzah, [619]7.

Valentinus, heretic, [620]164.

Vanity, not in the works of God but those of man, [621]109.

Vice, against nature, [622]58.

Vigils, of the Church, [623]170 (and note) .

Virtue, universal, required in Christians, [624]68, [625]125; promotes unity, [626]97; must be active, [627]126; and positive, [628]127.

Wall, "middle wall of partition," explained, [629]72.

Water with the Word regenerates, [630]35.

Wealth, ill-gotten has no security, [631]58; desires of it bounded by man's physical frame, [632]ib.

Will, in the Almighty precedent and consequent illustrated, [633]52.

Will, evil, the cause of evil, [634]5.

Will, unity of, between Father and Son, [635]4.

Wisdom, not curious but submissive, [636]141.

Wives, to submit themselves to their husbands in the Lord, [637]143; in what their excellence consists, [638]145; not to be chosen for beauty, [639]ib.; nor for riches, [640]145, [641]151; to reverence their husbands, [642]146; not to be treated as slaves, [643]147; marry for richer for poorer, [644]149; to be formed by the husband and weaned from the world, [645]149-50; and treated with love and honor, [646]152. See [647]Women.

Women, their self-denial and endurance, [648]115-16; a pattern to men, [649]116; their faults common to men, their excellencies their own, [650]116; warned against clamor, [651]123; especially in the treatment of their slaves, [652]124; leniency of laws towards them, [653]124.

Works, good, the fruit of the Spirit, [654]42.

World, not essentially evil, [655]5.

Wrath, "children of," explained, [656]66 (and note) .

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