1. It is the duty of every member to pray for his Pastor and Teachers.
2. They ought to show a reverential estimation of them, being Christ’s ambassadors, also called Rulers, Angels, etc.
3. It is their duty to submit themselves unto them, that is, in all their exhortations, good counsels, and reproofs.
4. It is their duty to take care to vindicate them from the unjust charges of evil men, or tongue of infamy, and not to take up a reproach against them by report, nor to grieve their spirits, or to weaken their hands (Jer 20:10; Zeph 2:8; 2 Cor 11:21, 23).
5. It is the duty of members to go to them when under trouble or temptations.
6. It is their duty to provide a comfortable maintenance for them and their families, suitable to their state and condition.
7. It is their duty to adhere to them and abide by them in all their trials and persecutions for the Word.
8. Dr. Owen adds another duty of the members to their Pastor, viz., to agree to come together upon his appointment.
From Keach’s: The Glory of a True Church and its Discipline Displayed.