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Of the Most Reverend



Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.




Printed for G. Hamilton and J. Balfocr, W. Sands,
J. Traill, W. Miller, and J. Brown, Edinburgh/
A. Stalker, Glafgow; and T. Glas, Dundee.

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Sum. CCIV. CCV. CCVI. Os the sorm, and the power os

godliness. 2 Tim. in. 3, Having a form of godliness, but de-

nying the power thereof pag. 1. iS. 29

Serm. CCVII. CCVIII. CCIX. Os the necessity os good works.

■ Tit. iii. 8. This is a faithful faying, and these things I will that

thou affirm constantly, that they which have believed in God,

might be careful to maintain good works, These things are good

and profitable unto men 39. 59. 70

Serm. CCX. Os doing all to the glory os God. 1 Cor. x. 31*

Whether therefore ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye dat do all to

the glory of God 79

Serm. CCX I. Doing good, a security against iniuries srom men*

2 Pet. iii. 13. And who is he that will barm you, if ye be follow-

ers ef that which is good 92,

Sis M. CCXII. Os diligence in our genera] and particular calling.

Eccl. ix. 10. lyhatfoever thy band findttb to do, do it with thy

might: for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge 9 nor wif-

dom in the grave, whither thou goest 103

Sekm. CCXIII. Os the blessedness of giving, more than that

os receiving, Ads xx. 35. The latter part os the verse: And

to remember the words of the Lord Jefus, how be said, It

is more bleffed to give, than to receive. The whole verse run*

thus, I have sheived you all things, hew that so labouring, ye

ought to support the weak, and to remember the words of the Lord

Jefus, how he faidt It is more blessed to give, than to re

ceive 113

Serm. CCXIV. The evil os corrupt communication. Eph.iv.

29. Let no corrupt communication proceed out ef your mouth; but

that which is good to the ufe of edifying, that it may minister grace

to the hearers 130

Sirm. CCXV.CCXVI.CCXVn.CCXVIII. The true reme-

dy against the troubles of lise. John xiv. I. Let not you heart

be troubled 1 ye believe in God, believe also in me 146. 157.

168. 179

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Os the nature os saith in general. Os a religious and divine saith*

Ol the saith or persuasion os a divine revelation. Os the testi-

mony os the Spirit to the truth os the gospel. The efficacy,

usefulness, and reasonableness os divine saith. Heb. xi. 6. But

without faith it is impossible to please GoU 190. 203. 218. 229.

243. 255


Christian saith, the means os its conveyance, and our obligation

to receive it. Os tbe Christum saith, which sanctilies, iusti-

fies, and saves. Os iustisying saith. The condition os the

gospel-covenant, and the merit os Christ, consistent. John

XX. Ji. But these are written, that ye might believe that ifefut

is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing ye might have life

through his name 272. 284. 297. 309

Serm. CCXXIX. CCXXX. CCXXXI. Os the miracles

wrought in consirmation os Christianity. Heb. ii. 4. God alfo

hearing them wittieft, betb tutib figns, and wonders, and with

divers miracles, andgifts of the Holy Ghost, according to bis awn

will 323. 342.' 354

Serm. CCXXXII. CCXXXIU. The advantages os truth mop,
position to errot. I John iv. 4. 5. Te are of God, little children,
and have overcome them: becaufe gtmster is he that is in you,
than be that is in the world. They are of the world t therefore
speak they of the world, and the world beareth them 365. 376V

Serm. CCXXXIV. CCXXXV. CCXXXVI. The evidences

os the truth os the Christian reiieion i with tbe cause. and the

danger os insidelity. 2 Cor. iv. 3. 4. But if cur gospel be bid, ir

ii bid to them that art last: in whom the god of this vxrld bath

blinded the minds of them which believe not, left tbe light of the

glorious gofpel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine

unto them JJti. 408

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