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Of moral and natural evil. // The glory of God best promoted Of the true principle of virtue. Il by the moral rectitude and Of the nature, Divine original,
happiness of his Creatures. and authority of conscience.
Il The folly of imitating popular The plea of an erroneous con
i and fashionable vices. science diftinctly consider'd,
The sublimity and extent of and argued.
Christian Morals. The influences of the Spirit en- | or
Of sincerity, as opposed to pretirely persuasive and moral ; || judice. and its fruits of the same kind of the true idea and improvewith the dictates of naturall ment of Human Life. Conscience.
The kingdom of God, under the Of Anger.
dispensation of the Gospel, not The time when Christianity was
an external and ritual, but a made known proved to be the || moral conftitution. fitteft, from the state and cir- | Universal charity the essence and cumstances of the World. lllife of religion. The wisdom of God in the va- || The peculiar guilt and infamy
rious ranks and subordinations || of prevailing wickedness in an of Human life.
l enlighten's and polite age.
By J A MES FOSTER.
LONDON: Printed for J. Noon, at the White-Hart in Cheapfide, near
Mercers-Chapel; and A. MILLAR, opposite to KatharineStreet in the Strand. MDCCXLIII.
SERMON I. Page n F moral and natural evil.
JAMES i. 17. Every good gift, and every perfe&t gift, is
from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights; with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.
SER M. II. p. 31 Of the true principle of virtue.
PSALM cxix. 97. O how love I thy Law! It is my medita.
tion all the day.
SER M. III. p. 33
thority of Conscience.
SË Ř M. VI. p. 117
EPH è s. iv. 26. Be ye angry, and fin not : Let not the fun
go down upon your wrath.
S E R M. VII. p. 143 The time when Christianity was made
known proved to be the fittest, from the state and circumstances of the World.
G A L. iv. 4. But when the fulness of the time was come,
God sent forth his Son.
S E R M. VHI. p. 173 The wisdom of God in the various ranks, and fubordinations of Human life.
- I Pet. v. 5." – Yea, all of you be subje&t one to another.
SER M. IX. p. 199 The Glory of God, best promoted by the moral rectitude and happiness of his Creatures.
1. COR. X. 31. Whether therefore ye eat or drink, or whatfoever.ye do; do all to the glory of God.