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He said unto them, Have je received the
Said unto him, We have not so much as beard whether there be any Holy Ghost. And be said unto them, Unto what then
were ye baptized? SERM. IV. Of the Power and. Autho
rity of CHRIST. [Preached on Trinity-Sunday.]
St. MATT. xxviii. part 18, 19, 20. All power is given unto me in Heaven and
in Earth : Go ye therefore, and teach all Nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghoft: Teaching them to observe all 'things whatsoever I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always even unto. the End of the World.
SERM. V. Of the different Gifts of the Spirit. (Preached on Trinity-Sunday.]
1 Cor. xii. 4, 5; 6. Now there are Diversities of Gifts, but the
fame Spirit; And there are differences of Administrations, but the same. Lord; And there are diversities of Operations,
but it is the same God, which vorketh all in all.
105 SERM. VI. Of the Defire of Knowledge. [Preached on Trinity-Sunday.]
De u T. xxix. 29. The Secret things belong unto the Lord our
God; but those things which are revealed, belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this Law.
131 SERM. VII. Of the Testimony of our
SAVIOUR’s Doctrines. [Preached on
1 Joh. v. & And there are Three that bear Witness in
Earth, the Spirit and the Water and
the Blood; And these Three agree in • One.
157 SERM. VIII. IX. Of our Saviour's Temptation. [Preached in Lent.]
Matt. iv. 1. . Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit into the Wilderness, to be tempted of the De
179, 203. SERM.
SERM. X. The Shortness and Vanity of
Humane Life. [Preached in Lent.]
JOB V. 6, 7.. Although Afflition cometh not forth of the - Dust, neither doth Trouble spring out of
the Ground; yet Man is born unto Trou
ble, as the Sparks fly upward. 227 SERM. XI. Of Resignation to the Di
vine Will in Affliction. (Preached in Lent.]
JOB v. 6; 7 Although Aflition cometh not forth of the
Dust, neither doth Trouble spring out of the Ground ; yet Man is born unto Troum
ble, as the Sparks fly upward. 249 SERM. XII. The End of GOD's afficting Men. [Preached in Lent.]
JOB v. 6,7. Although Afliction cometh not forth of the
Dust, neither doth Trouble spring out of the Ground ; yet Man is born unto Trouble, as the Sparks fly upward. 273