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SERMON XXI. IMPORTANCE of ExHIBITING THE TRUE CHAR-

ACTER OF SINNERs. . - -

Then Agrippa said unto Paul, Almost thou persuadest me to be a Chris-
tian.-Acts 26: 28.

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Then said Jesus unto the twelve, Will ye also go away ? Then Simon

Peter answered him, Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast the words

of eternal life. And we believe, and are sure that thou art that Christ,

the Son of the living God.-John 6: 67,68, 69.

SERMON XXV. THE PATIENCE OF GoD Ant's ED. . -

Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore

the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil. – Eccles. 8: 11.

SERMON XXVI. THE JOY OF CONVERSION. . - - -

And he went on his way rejoicing. – Acts 8:39.

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SERMON XXVII. Rejecters Of The Gosrp.L Displeased With

Believers 398

And as they spake unto the people, the priests, and the captain of tho tem-

ple, and tho Sadducccs came upoti them, being grieved that they taught

the people, and preached through Jesus the resurrection from the dead.

And they laid hands on them, and put them in hold unto the next day:

for it was now eventide. Howbcit, many of them which heard tho

word, belioved: and tho number of the men was about five thousand.—

Acts 4: 1-4.

SERMON XXVTLT. The Avoidance Of Apparent Evil. . 412

Abstain from all appearance of evil. — 1 Thcss. 5: 22.

SERMON XXIX Religious Declension A Time For The

DisrLAY Of SrEciAL Grace. . . . 426

It is time for thee, Lord, to work: for they have mado void thy law. —

Psalm 119: 126.

SERMON XXX Lovers Of The World Opposed To God's

DESIGN IN ITS GOVERNMENT. . . . 43'J

Also ho hath set tho world in their heart, so that no man can find out tho

work that God makcth from tho beginning to tho cud. — Eceles. 3:11.

SERMON XXXI. Reasons For Seeking Happiness In Tiiis

Life Only 454

Let us cat and drink; for to-morrow wo shall die. — Isa. 22 : 13.

SERMON XXXII. No Excuse For The Neglect Of Duty. . 468

And as thy servant was busy hero and there, ho was gone. And tho

King of Israel said unto him, So sliall thy judgment be; thyself hast

decided it. — 1 Kings 20: 40.

SERMON XXXLLL Seeking The Lord In The Holy Supper. 483

But Hexckiah prayed for them, saying, Tho good Lord pardon every one

that prcpareth his heart to seek God, tho Lord Hod of his fathers,

though he bo not cleansed according to the purification of tho sanc-

tuary.— 2 Chron. 30: 18, 19.

SERMON XXXIV. The Moral Influence Of Christians. . 499

Te aro tho salt of the earth. — Matt. 5: 13.

SERMON XXX VL Suspension And Infliction Op Judgments. 631

V«niT. I ■; onto Jtoq, all these things shall come upon this generation. —
Mao. 93: M.

SEKMOX XXXVTL Dclioiit Op Christ In Divinely Lnsti-

Tuted Duties. 546

Aad to aid Mho them. With desire I have desired to cat this passorcr
w»n» yea before I suffer. — Lake S3: IS.

»ERMOS XXXIX Saints Willino To Acknowledge God's

SUPREMACY 579

O Lod. I kaow the way of man is not in himself: it is not in man that
wWkath to direct hi* step*.—Jer. 10: 23.

SEKMOX XL. The Gcilt Op Propankxess 695

TWe shah not take the name of the Lord thy God in rain: for the Lord
wiB aut hold him guiltless that tnkcthhis name in Tain. — Exod. SO: 7.

MJBIOX XLL The Obioin Op Mankind 609

Aad hash made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the

ik-r if the earth, ami lutth determined the times before appointed, and

ti* l^undj of their habitation. — Acts 17: 26.

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