Burroughs - Houston-Packer Collection BX7233.B87 G67 1660

L1ÿt7 41117 L71/7 Lt117 G,il7 . OLliIJ 41iJ CytÿyT l'/L1L/ T Eï E CONTENTS O F T H E EXCELLENCY of the SOuL, ,Matthew 16. 26, For what (ball it profit a man to gain the whole world, and to lofe his own Soul, &c. He Text divided into two general parts. z That there is in every man a Soul a 1nritual fub fiance , betides what is vifible and fenfible. p. 20 3 2 That this Soul is more worth than all the world. ibid. The teams of the Text explained, fheweth what is meant by Soul. ibid. That every man hath a foul, and the necejty of looking to it, for five Reafons. P. 2°4' Wee fee there are Athens in men that are beyond that which Concerns the body at all. ib. 3 There is a power in man to curb his body , to deny himfelf of that which ís moft fidtable to the bode. 3 . flat which the Scripture makes the chief Atáions of man Iv conffift in, which have any reference to Ged , is b 3 fach,