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CONTENTS.

S

E

R

M.

CLIII,

CLIV,

CLV.

Of

the Necellity

of

Good Works.

Tit.

iii.

8. This is

a

faithful

faying, and theft things

I

will

that

thou

affirm

conflantly,

that

they which

have believed in

God,

might

be

careful to maintain

good works.

Ihefe

things are good

and

profitable

unto

men.

P.

344, 355,

36o

S

E

R

M.

CLVI.

Of

doing

all

to

the

Glory

of

God.

s

Cor.

x.

31. Whether therefore

ye

eat

or

drink,

or

whatfoever

ye

do, do

all

to

the

glory

of

God.

p. 365

S

E

R

M.

CL

VII.

Doing good,

a

Security againft Injuries

from

Men.

s

Pet.

iii.

x3. And

who

is

he

that

will

harm you,

if

ye

be

followers

of that

which

is

good

?

P

372,

S

ER

M. CLVIII.

Of

Diligence

in

our general

and particular

Calling.

Eccl. ix.

so.

Whatfoever

thy

handftndeth

to do,

do

it

with

thy

might

:

fir

there

is

no

work, nor

device,

nor knowledge, nor

wifdom

in

the grave,

whither thou

goefi.

P. 378

S

E

R

M. CLIX.

Of

the

Bleffednefs

of

Giving,

more than that

of

Receiving.

Ads

xx.

35.

The latter part of the Verfe

:

And

to remember

the

words

of the

Lord

lefus,

he

faid,

It

is

more

bided

to

give,

than

to receive.

The

whole Verfe

runs

thus,

I

have(hewed

you

all

things,

how

that

fo

labouring,

ye

ought to

fupport

the

weak,

and

to remember

the

wards

of the

Lord

7efas,

how

he

faid,

It

is

more

bleed

to

give,

than

to receive.

p. 386

S

E

R

M.

CLX.

The

Evil

of

Corrupt Cómmunication.

Ephef. iv.

2,9.

Let

no

corrupt Communication proceed out

of

your

Mouth

;

but

that

which is good

to

the

ufe

of

edifying,

that

it

may

minifler

Grace to

the hearers. p.

397,

S

E

R

M.

CLXI, CLX

II,

CLXIII, CLXIV.

The

true

Remedy

againft

the

Troubles

of

Life.

John xiv.

1.

Let

not

your

heart

be

troubled

:

ye

believe

in

God; believe alfo

in

me,

(

400, 406,

412.,

418

S

E

R

M.

CLXV.

Of

the

Nature

of Faith

in

general.

Heb. xi.

6.

But without

Faith

it

is impofble

to

pleafe

God.

p.

42,4

S

E

R

M.

CLXVI.

Of

a Religious and Divine Faith.

Text,

Ibid.

P.

43%

S

E

R

M.

CLXVII,

CLXVIII,

Of

the

Faith or

Perfwafion

of

a

Divine Revelation.

Text,

Ibid.

P.

440) 445

S

E

R

M. CLXIX.

Of

the

Teftimony

of

the Spirit,

to

the

Truth of

the Gofpel.

Text,

Ibid.

P

453

b

SERM.