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DISCOURSES

Upon All the

Collects,Epistles, and Gospels, to be us'd throout the Year.

PART II.

Beginning with AscensioN-dAY, and ending with the Last Sunday after TriNity.

By Matthew Hole, B.D. Prebendary of the Church of'Wells, and Vicar of Stokegurfy in Somersetshire.

I Cor. XIV, 12. latter part.
Seek that ye may excel to the Edifying of the Church.

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DISC. VIII.
On the Epistle for Tuesday in Whitfun-Weei.

Acts 8.14 17. When the Apostles that were at Jerufalem

heard that Samaria had receiv'd the Word of Godlike. 61

DISC. IX.

On the Gospel for Tuesday in Whitfun-Weei.

St. John 10.1 11. Verily 1 verily I fay unto you, He that

entreth not by the Door into the Sheepfold* Sec. 69

DISC X.

On the Epistle for Trinity-Sunday.

Rev. 4. 1, to the end. After this I looked, and a Door was
opened in Heaven, Sec. 76
DISC. XI.

On the Gospel for Trinity-Sunday.

St. John 3.1 16. There was a Man of the Pharisees, named

Nicodemus, a Rider of the Jews, Sec. 85

DISC. XII.

On the Epistle for the first Sunday after Trinity.

1 John 4.7, to the end. Beloved, let us love one another; for

Love is of God, Sec. 93

DISC XIII.

On the Gospel for the first Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 16. 19, to the end. There was a certain rich Man%

who was clothed in Purple and fine Linen, Sec. 101

DISC XIV.

On the Epistle for the second Sunday after Trinity.
1 John 3.13, to the end. Marvel not, my Brethren, if the World
hate you, Sec. ill
DISC. XV.

On the Gospel for the second Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 14. 16 25. A certain Man made a great Supper,

and bade many, Sec. . 120

DISC XVI.

On the Epistle for the third Sunday after Trinity.

1 Pet. %.$ 12. AU of you be fubjeft one to another, and be

clothed with Humility, Sec. 128

DISC. XVII.

On the Gospel for the third Sunday after Trinity.

St. lake 1f. 1 ii. Then drew near unto him ad the Publi-

cans and Sinners for to hear him. Sec. 137

DISC. XVIII.

On the Epistle for the fourth Sunday after Trinity.

Rom. 8. 18-- 24. I reckon that the Sufferings of this present

time, art not wmhy to be compared with the Glory, Sec. 146

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