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Serm.I6. In

what

things

mull

we ufe

moderation,

and

in

what not

?

Phil.

4.

5.

P.373

Sem.

t

7.

How may

we

have

fumble

conceptions

of

God

in

duty

'

Gen,

t

8.27.

13.4,07

Serm.t8..

How

are

we to

live

by

faith

on

Divine

Providence

r

Pfairn

62.8,

p418

Serra,

19.

How

may

we

cure

diflrac

ions

in

holy

duties?

M

ir.15. 7,8,

p.453

Serrn.2o.

How

muff

we

in

all

things

give

thanks

r

a

TheL

5

,

#

8.

p.470

Serm.2

r.

Horn may

we

get rid of

Spiritual

Sloth, and

know when our

aaivity

in

duty

i6

from

the

Spirit

of

God

?

Pfa1.

t

19.37.

ult.

p.49í

Serm.22.

Wherein

are

we

endangered

by

things lawful

?

Luke

17.

27,,

8.

p.515

Serm.23.

Hose

mull

we

make Religion

our bufïners

?

Luke

2.49.

p.526

Serm.2

4.

Whether well-comparedReligious

Vows do

not exceedingly promote

Religion

? Plat.

i

16.12,14.

13.540

Serm.25.

How

are

we

cempleat

in

Chrift

?

Co1.3.

t

r,

ult.

p.565

Senn,

26.

How

Flail

thole

Merchants

keep

up

the

life

of

Religion;

who

while

at

home enjoyed

all

Gofpel-

ordiraarfces,

and

when

abroad, are

not

only

a'ef

itute

of

them,

but

expo

fed

to

perfecutian

.Pfa1.446P.15.

p.585

Serm.27.

How

is

Hypocrifïe

di

fcoverable

and

curable ?

fluke1`21. p.609

Serm.28.

What

muff

Chriftians

do

that

the influence

of

the ordinances

may

abide

upon

theta.?

z

Chron,29.18.

p.631