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PROVERBS xv. 24.-The way of life is above to the wise
not down first, and counteth the cost, whether he have suffi-
THE HAPPY RESULTS OF REPENTANCE.
2 CORINTHIANS 11. 2.- Who is he that maketh me glad, but the
same which is made sorry by me?
THE DUTY OF IMITATING GOD.
Ephesians v. 1.–Be ye followers of God, as dear children
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ON THE SECURITY OF THE HUMBLE.
Matthew xvii. 14.—Even so it is not the will of your Father
which is in heaven, that one of these little ones should perish.
ON THE STABILITY OF THE GRACIOUS CHARACTER.
HEBREWS X111. 9.—It is a good thing that the heart be established
ON THE WORK OF FAITH.
John vi. 29.—This is the work of God, that ye believe on him
THE WORSHIP OF THE MAGI.
Matthew 11. 11.-And when they were come into the house, they
saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down and
THE NATURE AND EXERCISES OF TRUE FIDELITY. Proverbs xx. 6.—A faithful man who can find ? .
THE COMPASSION OF JESUS TOWARD THE GUILTY.
MATTHEW xxi. 37.-0 Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest
the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how
THE IMPERCEPTIBLE DIFFUSION OF ERROR AND TRUTH.
Luke min. 21.-It is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in
three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened
THE BITTERNESS OF SIN.
Jeremiah iv. 18.-It is bitter, it reacheth to thine heart
MERCY AND TRUTH UNITED IN JUSTIFICATION.
PROVERBS xvi. 6.-By mercy and truth iniquity is purged
ON THE FEAR OF GOD.
Psalm xxv. 14.—The secret of the Lord is with them that fear
IMPORTANCE OF THE GRACE OF CHRIST.
Philemon 25.-The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with spirit. Amen
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CHARACTER TRIED BY THE WORD AND PROVIDENCE OF GOD.
MATTHEW 111. 10.—The axe is laid to the root of the tree
PRACTICAL RELIGION MORE IMPORTANT THAN CEREMONIES.
1 Corinthians VII. 19.—Circumcision is nothing, and uncircum
cision is nothing, but the keeping of the commandments of
CHRIST THE SUBJECT OF PRAYER.
PSALM LXXI. 15.—Prayer also shall be made for him con
ON CHRISTIAN FRUITFULNESS.
PROVERBS X1. 12.-The root of the righteous yieldeth fruit
THE DUTY OF AN ENTIRE SURRENDER TO GOD.
MATTHEW XXI. 21.–And unto God the things that are God's
ON THE SOURCES OF MINISTERIAL DELIGHT.
I THESSALONIANS 11. 20.—Ye are our glory and joy .
JEREMIAH L. 6.—They have forgotten their resting-place
THE MAJESTY AND FAITHFULNESS OF GOD.
Nehemiah 1. 5.—The terrible God that keepeth covenant
THE CONFESSION OF TRUE PENITENCE.
Daniel IX. 8.-0 Lord, to us belongeth confusion of face .
THE NATURE AND AUTHORITY OF THE CHRISTIAN MINISTRY.
Matthew iv. 19.— I will make you fishers of men
ON THE CHARACTER AND RESULTS OF SIN.
Psalm LxvIII. 6.—But the rebellious dwell in a dry land
SIN OFFENSIVE BOTH TO GOD AND MAN.
1 ThessaloNIANS 11. 15.— They please not God, and are con
trary to all men
THE REJECTION OF THE WICKED.
JOEL 111. 4.-Yea, and what have ye to do with me?
THE UNITY OF TRUE BELIEVERS.
GALATIANS II. 28.-Ye are all one in Christ Jesus
THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT.
Romans xiv. 5.—Let every man be fully persuaded in his own
ON THE RICHNESS OF DIVINE BOUNTY.
Psalm xxii. 5.—My cup runneth over
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THE FINAL REJECTION OF THE WICKED.
MATTHEW xxv. 10.-And the door was shut
SERMON LII. ON THE DUTY OF MINISTERS TO PROMOTE THEIR PEOPLE's Joy. 2 Corinthians 1. 24.-Not that we have dominion over your faith, but are helpers of your joy
THE NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER. 1 CORINTHIANS xiv. 15.—I will pray with the spirit, and I will
pray with the understanding also
2 Corinthians x. 12.—But they, measuring themselves by them
selves, and comparing themselves among themselves, are not
THE DANGER AND SIN OF IDOLATRY.
John v. 21.-Little children, keep yourselves from idols
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THE RECIPROCAL DUTIES OF FRIENDS.