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comes very strongly recom 1 mended to us from its own Excellency and Importance ;

that Branch of it especially relating to the Satisfa&tion of Christ, which is 11. the meritorious Cause of our Justification; as Faith, when found, lively and practical is its III. conditional one.

To induce and enable us to attend effectually to this Condition, that it may at • last end in our Salvation, the Divine Grace IV.

is promised to support our best Endeavours. These are powerfully enforced from the Relation we stand in to God, as his Children,---his Subjects ---and his Servants ; as well as V. VI. from the Motives of Interest drawn from VII. the Value and irreparable Loss of the Soul.--- VIII, And that the Performance of our Duty may be acceptable, it must be in the Measure of it universal, and in its Progres per-IX. X petual. - A 3

SER M. V. 1 St. John iii. 2. Beloved, now are wetbe Sons

of God, and it doth not yet appear, what · we mall be : But we know, that when he

Shall appear, we shall be like bim ; for we
Shall see him as he is.

p. 155
St. Matth. vi. -33. But seek ye first the King-

dom of God and his Righteousness, and all i these Things shall be added unto you. !93

SER M. VII. Rom. vi. 16. Know ye not, that to wbon ye : yield yourselves Servants to obey, bis Servants

ye are, to whom ye obey; whether of Sin unto Death, or of Obedience' unto Rightecusness

. 225 SER M. VIII. St. Matth. xvi. 26. For what is a Man pro

fited, if he fall gain the whole world, and lose his own Soul ? Or what Mall a Man

give in Exchange for bis Soul ? 261 :: :: SER M. IX. St. Luke xi. 42. -----These cught ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone. 293

SE R M. X. . Gal. vi. 9. Let us not be weary in well-doing ;

for in due Season we shall reap if we faint not.--


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