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Preached, fome by the
Rev. EBENEZER ERSKINE, M. A.
And others by the
Rev. RALPH ERSKINE, M. A.
The THIRD EDITION.
Printed for EDWARD DILLY, at the Rofe and Crown in the
M DCC LXIII,
OD's little remnant keeping their garments
Thou haft a few names even in Sardis, which have not defiled their garments; and they fhall walk with me in white: for they are worthy.
By Mr. EBENEZer Erskine.
The wind of the Holy Ghoft blowing upon the dry bones in the valley of vifion. In a fermon on EZEK. xxvii. 9. Come from the four winds, O breath, and breathe upon thefe flain, that they may live.
By Mr. EBENEZER ERSKINE.
The groans of believers under their burdens. In a fermon on
2 COR. v. 4.
We that are in this tabernacle do groan, being burdened 78
By Mr. EBENEzer Erskine.
Law-death, Gofpel-life; Or, The death of legal righteousness, the life of gofpel-holiness. Being the fubftance of feveral fermons on
GAL. ii. 19.
I through the law am dead to the law, that I might live unto God.
By Mr. RALPH Erskine.
The harmony of the divine attributes difplayed, in
PSAL. lxxxv. 10.