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Serm. CLXXIII. The danger of impenitence, where the gospel
is preached. Matth. xi. 2t, 12. Woe unto thee, Cborazin, .woe
unto thee, Betbfaida! for if the mighty works -which -were done in

you, bad been done in Tyre and Sidon, they -would have repented long

ago in sackcloth and ajbes. But I fay unto you. It Jball be more to-

lerable for Tyre and Sidon at the das of judgment, than for you page 1


. immortality os the soul, as discovered by nature, and by reve-

lation. 1 Tim. i. 10. But is no-w made manifest by the appearing

of our Saviour Jesus Christ, -who bath abolifiied death, and hath

brought life and immortality to light through the gospel 14. 30. 47. t8

Ssrm. CLXXVIII. CLXXIX. CLXXX. CLxxxr. Clxxxti.

Os the certainty os a future judgment. Os the person by whom

the worl J shall be judged. Os the persons who are to be judged.

Of the actions for which men will be accountable. Os the sen-

tence to be passed at the day os judgment. 2 Cor. v. 10. For -we

must a'.l appear before the judgment-feat of Christ, that every one may

receive the things done in the body, according to that he hath done,

ivhether it be good or evil y;. 89. 99. 109. 120

Serm. CLXXX1H. The uncertainty of the day of judgment,

considered and improved. Mark xiii. 32, 33. But of that day and

tour knoweth no man, no not the angels -which are in heaven, neither

the Son, but the Father. Take ye heed, -watch and pray ; for ye know

not -when the time is i 8j

Serm. CLXXXIV. The certainty and blessedness of the resur-
rettion of true Christians, r Thess. iv. 14. Forts -we bcHtve that
Jesus died, aud rose again; even so them also -which jlcep in Jesus,
.will Cod bring -with him 1J3

Serm. CLXXXV. CLXXXVI. Of the happiness of good men in

the future state. J John iii. 2. It doth not yet appear -what -we

, shall be; but -we know that, when he shall appear, we Jball be like him,
for we stall fee him as-he it 171. i8z

Serm. CLXXXVH. The wisdom of religion justified, in thedisse.

reur ends of good and bad men. Prov. xiv. 32. (be wicked is drive*

away in his wickedness.- but the righteous hath hope in bis death 194

S*r.m. CLXXXVIII. The usefulness of considering our latter ertd.
Plal. xc. I*-. So teach us to number our days, that we may apply
our hearts unto wisdom 11 f

&ekm. CLXXXIX. CXC. CXCI. Th<! life of Jesus Christ con-
sidered, as our example. 1 Peter ii. it, Leaving us an

example, that ye should follow his steps 234. 247. z«$-

Serm. CXCII. The sufferings os Christ considered, as a proper

means os our salvation. 1 Cor. i. 23, 24- But we preach Christ

srucisttd, mit the Jews a stumbling: block, and unto the Greeks

V' foolishness y
foolishness; but uuto them -which are catted, both Jews and Greeks, Chrtjt the sower of God, and the wisdom of God 278

Serm. CXCIII. The evidence of our Saviour's resurrection. Acts i. 3. To whom also he shewed himself alive after his passion, by ma;y infallible proofs, being seen of them forty dap, and speaking of the 1 things pertaining to the kingdom of God 29$

SERM CXCIV. The possibility of the resurrection asserted and proved. Acts xxvi. 8. Why should it be thought a thing incredible . with you, that God should raise the dead t 3°*

TERM CXCV. The resurrection of our Saviour considered, as an. argument for seeking things above. Col. lii. 1. 2. If ft then be risen with Christ, seek those things which arc above, where Christ suteth at the right hand of God. Set your affeBion en things abort, not on things on the earth 32'

Serm CXCVI. The circumstances and benefits of our Saviour Sascension. Acts i. 9, 10, 11. And when he had spoken these thhgs, .while they beheld, he was token up, and a cloud received him out if their si?ht. And while they looked ftedfaflly toward heaven, al he .went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel; which also, st,id, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? tins fame Jesus which is taken up from you into heaven, stall so come in like manner, ai ye have seen him go into heaven 3 33

Serm CXCVII. Os the gift os tongues conferred on the Apostles.. Acts ii. i- 2. 3. 4- Ani whe" thc dt,y "s P"1'""/1 ^as fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a found from heaven, as of a mighty rustling wind, and it silled all the house where they were sitting. And there appeared unto them cloven tongues, like as of sire, aud it fat upon each 0} them- And they were all silled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance 347

Serm CXCVIII. Of the coming os the Holy Ghost, as an Advoc'ate sor Christ, John ivi. 7, 8. Nevertheless, I tell you the truth; it is expedient for you that I go away : for, if I go not away, the Comforter uill not come u:do you; but if I depart, I will fend him unto you. And, when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, aud of righteousness, and of judgment 3 *t

Serm CXC1X. Os the coming os the Holy Ghost, as a guide to the Apostles. John xvi. 1*, 13. I have yet many things to fy unto you, but you cannot bear them now; hewbeit, when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth 37<*

Serm CC CCI. Of the ordinary influence of the Holy Ghost onVhem.i, isol Christians. John'vi. 39. But this spoke he of the ?pt. rit which they that believe en him siiould receive. For the Holy Ghost wai ut yet given, because that Jesus was net yd glorified 388. 400 Serm- The/tuiH os the Spirit, the same with moral virtues. Epli- v. 9. For the fruit of the Spirit is in all goodnesi, ami righteousnesi, and truth 4 ' 5 |erm. CCI1I. The necessity of supernatural grace, in order to a Christian lise. John xv. j. For wilhut me ye can do nil! ing 42S


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