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[Behold] I stand at the door, and knocks if any man hear my voice, and open the
door, I will came in to him, and sup -with him, and he with me, 416 SERMON H.
Rev. iii. 20' Behold [I] stand at the door, &c. 424 S E R M O N m. S Rev. iii. 20.
... wait for it, because " it will surfly come, it will not tarry." Object. 2. Oh, but our
former hopes and expectations of deliverance are frustrated, Jer viii. 15. " We
looked for peace, " but no good came : and for a time of heakh, and behold *'
Behold its opening unexpected and unlikely refuges and securities for the faints,
in their distresses; Isa. xvi. 4. •' Let * mine outcasts dwell with thee, Moab, be thou
a covert to " them from the face of the spoiler ; for the extortioner is at an " end, ...
Behold I stand at the door and knock, &c. This text is Christ's wooing voice, full of
heavenly rhetoric to win and gain the hearts of sinners to himself $ wherein we
have these two general parts. 1 . Christ's suit for a sinner's heart. 2. The powerful
Behold [/] stand at the door, &c' HA V I N G, in the former sermon, pondered
Christ's solemn preface to his earnest suit ; the next thing that comes under our
consideration, is the person solliciting, and pleading for admission into the hearts
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