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SERMON II.

In what Sense the Mysteries of the Gospel are hid from many.

Matt. xi. 25.

At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of lieaven and

earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast re-

vealed them unto babes.

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SERMON III.

The Characters of those from whom the Gospel Doctrines are hid.

Matt. xi. 25.

At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and

earth, because thou hast bid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast re-

realed them unto babes.

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SERMON IV.

The Nature of Spiritual Revelation, and who are favoured with it.

Matt. xi. 25.

At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven ard

earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast re-

vealed them upto babes.

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SERMON V.

The Sovereignty of Divine Grace asserted and illustrated.

Matt. xi. 26.

Even so, Father for so it seemed good in thy sight.

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SERMON VI.

Of the Person of Christ.

Matt. xi. 27.

All things are delivered unto me of my Father : and no man knoweth the Son, but

the Father; neither knoweth any mau the Father, save the Son, and he to whom-

soever the Son will reveal him.

SERMON VII.

Of the Authority of Christ.

Malt. xi. 27.

All things are delivered unto me of my Father : and no' man knoweth the Son, but

the Father ; neither knoweth any man the Father, save the Son, and he to whom-

soever the Sou will reveal him.

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SERMON VIII.

The Glory and Grace of God revealed in Jesus Christ.

Matt. xi. 27.

All things are delivered unto me of my Father: and no man knoweth the Son, but

the Father ; neither knoweth any man the Father, save the Son, and he to whom.

soever the Son will reveal him.

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SERMON IX.

Labouring and heavy laden Sinners described.

Matt. xi. 28.

Come unto me, all ye that labour, and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 139

SERMON X.

Of coming to Christ.

Matt. xi. 28.

Come unto me, all ye that labour, and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 146

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SERMON XI.

The present and future Rest of Believers in Christ.

Mait. xi. 28.

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Come unto me, all ye that labour, and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

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SERMON XII.

Of the Yoke of Christ.

Matt. xi. 29.

Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart; and

ye shall find rest unto your souls.

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SERMON XIII.

The Service of Christ easy and pleasant to his people.

Matt. xi. 30.

For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.

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SERMON XIV.

Believers cautioned against Misconduct in their Profession.

Rom. xiv. 16.

Let not thon your good be evil spoken of.

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SERMON XV.

The Extent and Sanction of the Third Commandment.

Exod. xx. 7.

Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain ; for the Lord will not hold

him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

SERMON XVI.

The Christian Life compared to a Race.

1 Cor. ix. 24.

So run that ye may obtain.

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SERMON XVII.

No Access to God but by the Gospel of Christ.

Micah vi. 6, 7, 8.

Wherewith shall I come before the Lord, and bow myself before the high God ?

Shall I come before him

with burnt

offerings, with calves of a year old ? Will the

Lord be pleased with thousands of rams, or with ten thousands of rivers of oil?

Shall I give

my first born for my transgression, the fruit of my body for the sin of

require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God 198

SERMON XVIII.

Of a Living and a Dead Faith.

James ï. 26.

For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also. 2.05

SERMON XIX.

Guilt removed, and Peace restored.

Psalm li. 15.

O Lord, open thou my lips, and my mouth shall show forth thy praise.

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SERMON XX.

Of the Assurance of Faith.

And we know that we are of God.

1 John, v. 19.

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Before Elijah's gate

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A Believer free from care

530 Day of judgment, day of wonders! 574
Afflictions do not come alone

538 Dear Lord! accept a sinful heart 596 Afflictions, though they seem severe 517 | Destruction's dangerous road

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A garden contemplation suits 582 Dues it not grief and wonder move 548
A glance from heaven with sweet effect 577 Does the gospel-word proclaim

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A shelter from the rain or wind
Ab! what can I do
Alas! Elisha's servant cry'd,
587 Elijah's example declares

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475 Elisha, struck' with grief and awe 550
Alas! by nature how deprav'd

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A lion, though by nature wild

554 Encourag'd by thy word
581 | Ensnar'd loo long my heart has been

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Almighty King! whose wondrous hånd 617 Ere God had built the mountains 482
Although on massy pillars built

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Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound) 475 Far from the world, O Lord, I fee 603
Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat
As birds their infant brood protect

590 Father, forgive, (the Saviour said) 520
As needles point towards the pole
495 Father of angels, and of men

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579 Fervent persevering prayers

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As once for Jonah, so the Lord
As parched in the barren sands

497 Fierce passions discompose the mind 535
As some tall rock amidst the waves

492 Fix my heart and eyes on thine !
528 Forest beasts, that live by prey

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As the serpent rais'd by Moses
As the sun's enlivening eye
488 For mercies countless as the sands

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As when the weary trav'ller gains
572 From Egypt lately freed

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A word from Jesus calms the sea

608 From pole to pole let others roam 493
505 From Sheba a distant report

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A worldling spent each day

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Gladness was spread through Israel's
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host

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Begone unbelief
Behold the throne of grace!

600 Glorious things of thee are spoken 487
Beneath the tyrant Satan's yoke

469 Glory to God the Father's name

552 God gives his mercies to be spent 484 Bestow, dear Lord, upon our youth

522 God with one piercing glance looks
through

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Be still, my heart!'these auxious cares 602 God moves in a mysterious way 591
Bitter, indeed, the waters are
Bleak'winter is subdu'd at length

456 God of my life, to thee I call Blinded in youth by Satan's arts

555 Grace, triumphant in the throne Breathe from the gentle south, O Lord 589

584 Gracious Lord, our children see 547 By various maxims, forms, and rules By faith in Christ I walk with God

537 Happy are they, to whom the Lord By the poor widow's oil and meal 449 Hark, my soul? it is the Lord

526 472 Hark! how time's wide-sounding bell 514

458 Happy the birth where grace presides 609 Cheer up, my soul , there is a mercy seat 590 Hear what God the Lord hath

spoken 491 Chief Shepherd of thy chosen sheep

563 Hear what the Lord, the great Amen 541 Confirm ihe hope thy word allows

468 He who on earth as man was known 487 Constrain'd by their Lord to embark

620 Here at Bethesda's pool the poor 523
524 | His master taken from his head

573 Courage, my soul! behold the prize

509 Holy Lord God! I love thy truth 610
573 Honour and happiness unite

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Honey though the bee preparos

485 533 | How blest the righteous are

Beside the gospel pool

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How blest thy creature is, o God 603 My soul is sad and much dismay'd 593
How David, when by sin deceived 466
How hurtful was the choice of Lot 449 Nay, I cannot let thee go

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How kind the good Samaritan 514 No strength of nature can suffice 610
How lost was my condition
489 No words can declare

585 How soon the Saviour's gracious call 616 Not to Sinai's dreadful blaze

620 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 486 Now, gracious Lord, thine arm reveal 545 How tedious and tasteless the hours 478 Now let us join with hearts and tongues 558 How welcome to the saints when press'd 561 Now may fervent pray'r arise

546 Hungry, and taint, and poor 620 Now may the Lord reveal his face

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Now, Lord, inspire the preacher's heart 620 I am, (saith Christ,) your glorious head 525 Now'may he who from the dead 621 I ask'd the Lord that I might grow

600 If for a time the air be calm

578 Of all the gifts thine hand bestows 616 If Paul in Cæsar's court must stand 531 Often thy public means of grace

621 Ir Solomon for wisdom pray'd

468 Ost as the bell, with solemn toll 573 If the Lord our leader be 452 Oft as the leper's case I read

502 If to Jesus for relief 601 Oft in vain the voice of truth

545 locarvate God the soul that knows 479 O God, whose favourable eye

612 In ev'ry object here I sce

623 0 David's Son, and David's Lord 551 Jo evil long I took delight

566 O Lord, our languid souls inspire 560 In mercy, not in wrath, rebuke 478 O Lord, how vile am I

588 In themselves as weak as worms 567 O Lord, my best desire fuldii

597 In vain my fancy strives to paint 572 O thou at whose almighty word 550 Israel in ancieni days

536 O happy they who know the Lord 561 I thirst, but not as once I did

609 O speak thai gracious word again 606 I was a grov'ling creature once 605 Oh! for a closer walk with God 448 I will praise thee ev'ry day

486 Oh, may the pow'r which melts the rock 569 I would, but cannot sing 532 O how I love thy holy word

592 Once a woman silent stood

513 Jesus Christ the Lord's anointed 499 Once on a time a paper kite

623 Jesus, to what didst thou submit 521 Once perishing in blood I lay

494 Jesus who bought us with his blood 551 Once, while we aim'd at Zion's songs 562 Jesus, whose blood so freely stream'd 462 On man, in his own image made 447 Jesus, where'er thy people meet 560 On the same flow'r we often see 580 Jesus is mine! I'm now prepar'd 621 One awful word which Jesus spoke 512 John in a vision saw the day 575 One glance of thine, eternal Lord

602 Joy is a fruit that will not grow 476 One there is above all others

483 Oppress'd with unbelief and sin

534 Kindle, Saviour, in my heart 596 Our Lord, who knows full well

518 Kindred in Christ, for his dear sake 571

Pensive, donbting, fearful heart 430 Legion was my name by nature 509 Physician of my sin-sick soul

502 Let hearts and tongues unite 560 Pleasing spring again is here

536 Let me dwell on Golgotha 566 Poor Esau repented 100 late

451 Let us adore the grace that seeks 551 Poor sinners! little do they think 496 Let us love, and sing, and wonder 617 Poor, weak, and worthless, though I am 467 Let worldly minds the world pursue 609 Pray'r an answer will obtain

505 Lord, my soul with pleasure springs 605 Preachers may, from Ezekiel's case 548 Lord, thou hast won, at length I yield 528 Precious Bible ! what a treasure 568 Lord, who hast suffer'd all for me 596 Prepare a thankful song

619 Lord, what is man! extremes how wide 619

Quiet, Lord, my froward heart 611 Manna to Israel well supplied

457 Martha her love and joy express’d 514 Refreshed by the bread and wine 567 Mary to her Saviour's iomb

526 Rejoice, believer, in the Lord 613 May the grace of Christ our Saviour 622 Remember us, we pray thee, Lord 620 Mercy, Othou Son of David! 511 Return to bless my waiting eyes

598 My barns are full, my stores increase 516 Safely through another week

559 My former hopes are fled

588 Salvation! what a glorious plan 618 My God! how perfect are thy ways! 492 Sav'd by blood, I live to tell

607 My God! ull I receiv'd thy stroke 493 Saviour, shine and cheer my soul 477 My harp untuo'd and laid aside 564 Saviour, visit thy plantation

564 My song shall bless the Lord of all 553 See Aaron, God's anointed priest

459 My soul once had its plenicous vears 451 Sce! another year is gone

544 My soul, ibis curious house of clay 573 See how rude winter's icy hand 554 My soul is besct 589 See! the corn again in ear

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