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IIL. The History of Property
tions for the Sick
248 | For a Sick Person that wants Sleep
For a Person lying insensible on a sick-bed
ib. Gout, Stone, Cholic, or any other bodily Dis-
For a person who, from a state of Health, is sud- choly and Dejection of Spirit
A general Prayer for Preparation and Readiness and Scruples about his Duty
A consolatory Form of Devotion that may be used For a Lunatic
A Prayer for a person whose Illness is chiefly For a Person condemned to die
CHAP. I Evidence of the sufferings of the first
propagators of Christianity, from Profane Testi.
the first propagators of Christianity, from the
&criptures and other ancient Christian writings 279
Secr. V. Were publicly read and expounded in
the religious assemblies of the early Christians ib.
Sect. IX. Our present Gospels were considered
by the adversaries of Christianity, as contain:
OF THE DIRECT HISTORICAL EVIDENCE OF CHRISTIANITY.
CHAP. V. That the Christian miracles are not re-
VII. Or the Mechanical and Immechanical
XVIII. Or Instincts
SERMON III. A Distinction of Orders in the SERMON VI. A Serinon, preached at the Assizes,
cbere all other Dispositions.-Be ye therefore so- Vice Unbelief -If any man will do His will, he
SERMON IV. Meditating upon Religion.-Have I from my secret faults. Keep thy servant also
Dot remembered thee in my bed ; and thought from presumptuous sins, lest they get the do.
SERMON XVII. Seriousness of Heart as to Reli-
SERMON VII. of the Doctrine of Conversion.-I consistent with the necessity of a Good Life: the
am not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to one being the cause, the other the condition, of
SERMON IX. On Filial Piety.--and Joseph nou- undefiled before God and the Father is this, To
ben. -Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, SERMON’XXV! (Part Ii.)
por serve them; for I the Lord thy God am a jea- SERMON XXVI. Sin encountered by Spiritual Aid.
mans vii. 24..