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E S SAY
CHRIST'S CROSS AND CROWN.
To which are subjoined,
S I X S E R M O N S.
By the Reverend Mr. G E O R G E M U I R, Minister of the Gospel at Paisley.
THE SECOND EDITION.
P A I S L E Yi"
Printed Bt Weir And M'lean. And sold at the Shop of A. Weir, near the Cross. M, DCC, LXIX.
of Merksworth, Esq.;
William King, ?m
John Miller, Treasurer,
And remanent Members of the Town-
As a public Expression of his Obligations
J The following COLLECTION,
J ,. *
Is humbly inscribed,
Your most humble,
and most obedient Servant,
THE CO NT E N T S.
Christ's Cross and Crown, viewed from Fsal. S xl. i, 2, 3.
/.waited patiently for the Lord, and he inclined unto me, and heard my cry, &c, p. 1
Of the Redeemer's Humiliation or Crosi.
Chap. I. Of Christ's atlive obedience, or of his •waiting, -waiting patiently, and crying, 3
Chap. II. Of the Messiah's passive obedience, or his being in "the horrib.e pit, and miry V Clay," 23
*^ * Of the Redeemer's Exaltation and Crown.
Chap. I. Of the Father's inclining unto him, and hearing his cry, 41
Chap. II. Of the Father's bringing up the Man Christ out of the horrible pit and miry clay, 51
Chap. III. Of the'Father's setting Christ's feet upon a rock, 61
Chap. IV. Of the Fathers establishing the Mediator's goings, 73
Of onr Lord's Employment with the saved Ones in Heaven, and of his Triumph over the Hearts of Sinneison Earth,
Chap. I. Of the new song of praise; -with the Father's putting it into the mouth of Christ, as Man Mediatort 83