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That the Man of God may be thoroughly
perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all
Pag. 1, to 47
The Joy of a good Chriftian.
PHILIPPIANS IV. 4.
Rejoice in the Lord always; and again I
The Bounty of Providence dif-
played in the Fruitfulness of the
PSALM lxv. II.
Thou crowneft the Year with thy Goodness,
and thy Paths drop Fatness.
The comparative Virtue of believ- ing with, or without, fenfible Proof.
JOHN XX. 29.
Jefus faith unto him, Thomas, because
thou haft feen me, thou haft believed;
blessed are they that have not seen, and
yet have believed. pag. 91
Our Duty enforced from God's
HEBREWS IV. 13.
All Things are naked and open unto the
Eyes of Him with whom we have to
The Gifts of the Holy Ghoft.
EPHESIANS iv. 8.
Gave Gifts unto Men. pag. 135
SERMON VIII, IX, X.
The Evil of corrupt Communica-
EPHESIANS IV. 29.
Let no corrupt Communication proceed
out of your Mouth; but that which is
good for the Ufe of Edifying, that it
may minifter Grace unto the Hearers.
"The Shamefulness of Sin an Argu-
ment for Repentance.
ROMANS Vi. 21.
What Fruit had ye then in thofe Things
whereof ye are now afhamed? for the
End of thofe Things is Death. pag. 227
The Wisdom of being Religious.
JOB Xxviii. 28.
And unto Man He faid; the Fear
of the Lord, that is Wisdom; and
to depart from Evil, is Understanding.
Chrift's Afcenfion and Interceffion.
HEBREWS ix. 24.
For Chrift is not entered into the Holy
Places made with Hands, which are.
the Figures of the Truth; but into
Heaven itself, now to appear in the
Prefence of God for us. Pe 277