Theme : handling our duties to God
Our duties are : loving God with all our soul, strength and mind; knowing and acknowledging God to be the only true God - and our God; worshipping and glorifying Him by thinking, meditation, remembering, highly esteeming, honouring, adoring, choosing, loving, desiring and fearing Him. Believing Him, trusting and hoping, delighting, rejoicing in Him; being zealous for Him, calling upon Him, giving all praise and thanks to Him; yielding obedience to Him; full submission to Him with our whole soul, mind and heart; being careful in all things to please Him and to sorrow when He is offended; walking humbly with Him.
Our temptations are: atheism, rebellion against Him; idolatry in having more than God as our god, or having anything instead of God; omitting His due status; ignorance, forgetfulness, false ideas, unworthy and wicked thoughts about God; bold searching into divine secrets which are not revealed to Man; profaneness, hatred of God, self-seeking, immoderate setting of our minds on other things, besides God; unbelief, heresy, distrusting God, despair; refusal to respond to His correction; hardness of heart, pride, presumption, trusting in the security of this world; tempting God; carnality and sensuality; corruption, blind zeal, lukewarmness about God; deadness in the things of God (while bearing the name of ‘Christian’); backsliding, praying to things other than God; dabbling in and consulting occult powers; obeying its influences; making people lords of our conscience rather than the Bible; despairing in God and His commandments; discontent and disappointment with God; impatience at His commands; charging God for the evils He inflicts upon us; ascribing praise to good fortune, fate, chance, ourselves, human beings rather than to God.
Reference: Westminster Confession of Faith, Larger Catechism