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On the Mixture of Bad Men with
the Good in human Society.
Matth. xiii. 30. Let both grow to-
gether until the harvest.— Page 66
On the Relief which the Gospel af-
fords to the Distrened.
Preached at the celebration of the sacrament of the
Matth. xi. 28. Come unto me all
ye that labour and are heavy laden,
and I will give you rejl. 88
On Luxury and Licentiousness.
Isaiah V. 12. The harp and the
viol, the tabret and the pipe and
wine are in their feasts; but they
regard not the work of the Lord,
neither constder the operation of his
On the Presence of God in a Fu-
Psalm xvi. n. Thou wilt stew me
the path of life; in thy presence is
fulness of joy; at thy right hand
there are pleasures for evermore.
On Curiosity concerning the Af-
fairs of others.
JoHNXxi. 2i, 22. Peter seeing him,
faith to fesus, Lord, and what
stall this man do? Jesus faith unto
him, If I will that he tarry till I
come, what is that to thee? Fol-
low thou me. i^j
On our present Ignorance of the
Ways of God.
John xiii. 7. Jesus answered and
said unto him, What I do thou
knowefl not now; but thou stalt
know hereafter. 178
On the Slavery of Vice.
2 Peter ii. 19. While they promise
them liberty, they themselves are the
servants of corruption ;for of whom
a man is overcome, of the fame is
he brought in bondage. Page 201
On the Importance of Public Wor-
Psalm xxvi. 8. Lord, I have loved
the habitation of thy house, and the
place where thine honour dwelleth. 224
On the Fashion of the World pas-
1 Corinth, vii. 31: —The Fashion
of this worldpasseth away. 250
On Tranquillity of Mind.
Psalm Xv. 5. —He that doth these
things shall never be moved. 272
On the Misfortunes of Men being
chargeable on themselves.
Proverbs xix. 3. Thefoolishness of
man perverteth his way, and his
heart fretteth against the Lord.
On Integrity as the guide of life.
P R o v. xL 3. The integrity of the up-
right shall guide them.— 313
On Submission to the Divine Will.
Job. ii. 10. —Shall we receive good
at the hand of God, and shall we
- not receive evil? 335
Prov. xxvii. 10. Thine own friend,
. -and thy father'sfriend, forsake not. 358
On the Conduct to be held with re-
gard to Future Events.
Prov. xxvii. i. Boaft not thyself of
to-morrow; for thou knowejl not
what a day may bring forth. Page 379
On following the Multitude to do
Exodus xxiii. 2. Thou /halt notfol-
low a Multitude to do evil.— 400
On the Wisdom of God.
i Timothy i. i7. Now unto the
King Eternal, immortal, invisible,
the only wife God, be honour and
glory for ever and ever. Amen. 422