I would have known this if once upon a time in learning the Westminster Catechism I had made it to Question 35 (or Question 41, depending on which version you are in). A friend and I used to meet early in the morning in our pajamas (we lived in the same building) while I was at university to try to learn and study the catechism, and I memorised about the first seven before it all fell apart (I’m really annoyed too that I seemed to have lost, many years ago, the little book we used, as it was a good one). So, just for interest sake, here is the question and answer from the Catechism, compiled by Charles Spurgeon in 1855:
41. Q. What are the benefits which in this life do either accompany or flow from justification, adoption, and sanctification?I like it. I was encouraged by this reminder of what exactly are the good things that God will not withhold from those who walk uprightly. I am a little inspired to renew learning the catechism, having been poking around in it.
A. The benefits which in this life do accompany or flow from justification (Romans 5:1, 2, 5), are assurance of God’s love, peace of conscience, joy in the Holy Spirit (Romans 14:17), increase of grace, perseverance in it to the end (Proverbs 4:18; 1 John 5:13; 1 Peter 1:5).