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On the Misfortunes of Men being
chargeable on themselves.
On Submission to the Divine Will.
at the band of God, and all we
gard to Future Events.
to-morrow; for thou knowejt not what a day may bring forth. Page 379
Evil. Exodus xxiii. 2. Thou shalt not follow a Multitude to do evil.- 400
On the Wisdom of God.
King Eternal, immortal, invisible,
On the Causes of Men's being weary
JOB x. 1.
My foul is weary of my life
TOB, in the first part of his days, was SERM. J the greatest of all the men of the East. I. His possessions were large ; his family was numerous and flourishing ; his own character was fair and blameless. Yet this man it pleased God to visit with extraordinary reverses of fortune. He was robbed of his whole substance. His fons and daughters all perished; and he himself fallen from his high eftate, child. Vol. IV. A
SER M. less and reduced to poverty, was smitten
with fore disease. His friends came
In situations very different from that of job, under calamities far less severe, it is not uncommon to find such a fentiment working in the heart, and sometimes breaking forth from the lips of men. Many, very many there are, who on one occasion or other, have experien