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CONTENTS

PAQE

I. I am the way, the truth, and the life.- Johı ziv., 6 . .

II. Consider the Apostle and High Priest of our Profession.-

Heb. iii., 1 . . . . . . . . . .

III. As the lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters.-

Song of Solomon, ii., 2, 3 . . . . . .

IV. It is unreasonable in unconverted persons to make mirth.-

Ezek. xxi., 9, 10 . . . . . . . . .

V. Christ offers himself a Saviour to all the human race—Prov.

viii., 4 . . . . . . . . . .

VI. The subject of John's preaching.–1 John i., 1-4 . .

VII. The believer is Christ's garden.—Song iv., 12 . . . .

VIII. The Redeemer's goodness to a believing soul.—Song viii., 5-7

IX. John's vision.—Rev. vii., 9 to end . . . . .

X. Christ a merciful High Priest.-Heb. ii., 16-18 . . .

XI. (Ordination Sermon.) Position and duties of Ministers.--2 Tim.

iv., 1,2 . .

XII. Perfect love casteth out fear.—1 John iv., 18-21 . . .

XIII. Glorying in the Cross.-Gal. vi., 14 . . . . .

XIV. The good way of coming before the Lord.—Micah vi., 6-8

XV. A believer delights in the law of God. - Rom. vii., 22-25

XVI. The broken heart.--Psalm li., 17 . . . . . .

XVII. The fearful condition of natural men.-Psalm lviii., 3-5 . .

XVIII. The impressions of natural men are fading.-Hosea vi., 4 .

XIX. Do what you can.–Mark xiv., 8 . . . . . .

XX. Motives for laying hold of Jesus.—Song iii., 4 . . .

XXI. Christ in you the hope of glory.--Col. i., 27 . . . .

XXII. A Castaway.—1 Cor. ix., 26, 27. . . . . . .

XXIII. (Communion Sermon.) Christ's Prayer to the Father.—John

xvii., 24 . . . . . . . . . .

XXIV. The voice of my beloved. --Song of Solomon ii., 8-17 . .

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XXV. Our duty to Israel.—Rom. i., 16 . . . . . .

XXVI. Blessed are the dead. - Rev. xiv., 13 .

Address on the close of a Communion Sabbath . .

" after the Communion . . . . . .

XXVII. Turn ye at my reproof.—Prov. i., 20-23 . . .

XXVIII. A son honoreth his father.-Mal. i., 6 . . . . .

XXIX. The difficulty and desirableness of conversion.-Ps. xl., 1-3 .

XXX. The love of Christ constraineth.—2 Cor. V., 14 . . .

XXXI. Arise, shine.—Isa. lx., 1-3 .

XXXII. Melting the betrayer.—John xiii., 21 . . . . .

XXXIII. I the Lord have called thee in righteousness.—Isa. xiii., 5-8.

XXXIV. Return unto me.- Isa. xliv., 21, 22 . . . . . .

XXXV. I will pour water.-Isa. xliv., 3, 4 . . . . .

XXXVI. God let none of his words fall to the ground.—1 Sam. iii., 19.

XXXVII. The work of the Spirit.-Gen. i., 2 . . . . .

XXXVIII. Moses and Hobab.—Numb. X., 29. .

XXXIX. Comfort ye.--Isa. xl., 1,2 . . . . . . .

XL. Can a woman forget !—Isa. xlix., 14, 15 . . . .

XLI. Thanksgiving obtains the Spirit.—2 Chron. V., 13, 14

XLII. An exceeding good land.-Numb, xiv.,7,8 . .

XLIII. Family government. --Gen. xviii., 19 . . . . .

XLIV. And in this mountain.—Isa. xxv., 6,8 . .

XLV. The heart deceitful.- Jer. vii., 9, 10 . ..

XLVI. Trust in the Lord. -Prov. iii., 5 ...
XLVII. Not a Jew which is one outwardly.-Rom. ii., 28, 29 ,
XLVIII. Jesus's compassion on the multitudes.—Matt. ix., 35-38.
XLIX. Christ's love to the Church.-Eph. V., 25-27 . .

L. Christ became poor for sinners.--2 Cor. viii., 9 . .
LI. Enemies reconciled through death.-Col. i., 22-23 . .

LII. My God, my God.—Matt. xxvii., 46. . . . .

LIII. Death of Stephen.-Acts vii., 59 , . .

LIV. Time is short.-1 Cor. vii., 29-31 . . . . .

LV. Sir, we would see Jesus.-John xii., 20-26 . . . .

LVI. Thou that dwellest in the gardens.-Cant. viii., 13, 14 ,

LVII. Draw water with joy.—Isa. xii., 1-3

LVIII. Look to a pierced Christ.-Zech. xii , 10, xiii., 1 . .

LIX. I sleep, but my heart waketh.-Cant. v., 2, to the end, ,

LX. A thorn in the flesh.—2 Cor. xii., 7-10 . . . . .

LXI. The second advent.—Mark xiii., 34-37 . . . .

LXII. Lot's wife.-Gen. xix., 26 . . . .

LXIII. Happy art thou, O Israel !-Deut. xxxiii., 29. .
LXIV. Entreat me not to leave thee.-Ruth i., 16 ,

LXV. The vision of dry bones.—Ezek. xxxvii., 1-14 ..
LXVI. Christ the only refuge.--Isa. xxxvi., 20
LXVII. Will ye also go away ?--John vi., 66-68. . .

LXVIII. Ye will not come to me.-- John V., 40 . . . . .

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