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MR. WESLEY'S SERMONS.

The Roman Numerals refer to the Volumes ; the Arabic Figures to the Pages.

person, i. 196

Ability of the Lord to save his people from | Avispaçmuer, explained, i. 133
all sin, i. 161

Angel, no proof that ope attends every
Abstinence, what, i. 344

man, ii. 254
Abyssinia, state of, in regard to religion, Angels, the existence of, discovered by
ii. 678

faith, ii. 636—the nature of, ii. 242,
Account, which every one must render 251---address to the, ii. 754
to God, i. 643

Angelic Perfection, what, ii. 290
Actions of men, none of them purely in- | Anger, a disease of human nature, ii.
different, i. 647

494, 495—the sin of indulging, i. 262
Adam, the Representative of all men, -sinful, a cause of spiritual dark-

i. 49-sentence of God upon, ii. 97 ness, i. 581-inconsistent with Christ-
Adamic Perfection, what, ii. 291

ian zeal, ii. 467—engendered by gay
Addison, quotation from, ii. 382, 547, apparel, ii. 423
829

Animals, creation of, ii. 31
A duption, Spirit of, described, i. 100 Animals, our ignorance of many of the,
Adrian, the Emperor, address of, to his ii. 221
soul, ii. 237, 663

Animated Nature, future state of, ii. 174
Advice proper to be given to an awakened Annesley, Dr., quotation from, ii. 599

Antinomianism, what, i. 242, 316-in
Affliction, advantages of, ii. 742—the the primitive Church, ii. 139–prac-
voice of God, ii. 805

tical, not uncommon, i. 453
Africans, wretched state of the, ii. 224 Avontos, explained, ii. 410
Again explained, ii. 451

Aragutivos, explained, ii. 356
Ayaloepyelv, explained, i. 374

Apalhy, not Christian meekness, i. 260
Age, the effects of, ii. 100

A Favyaouas, explained, i. 294, 436
Aged people, duty of, to avoid public Apostates, misery of, i. 298— possibisty
diversions, ii. 811

of their finding mercy, ii. 403
Agrov, to, what, i. 397

Apparel, costly, to be avoided, ii. 422
Agun, explained, i. 437

Arians, deny the imputation of Christ's
Ayarlto9e totalur, explained, i. 409 righteousness, i. 240 - know Christ
Air, original state of the, ii. 88–our after the flesh, ii. 687

ignorance of its nature, ii. 220_state Armour of God, wbat, ii. 259
of, in the New Earth, ii. 171

Arrogance, to be avoided, ii. 546
Anadovela, what, ii. 319, 411

Artificers, guided by reason, ii. 233
Srba, explained, i. 333

Asembly's Catechism, quoted, ii. 670
Almost Christian, the, described, i. 11 Assires, description of an, i. 167
Alms, to be given with a pure intention, Astronomers, contradictory calculations
i. 327

of, ii. 219
American Indians, state of the, ii. 225 Athanasian Creed, remarks upon the, ii. 80
American war, misery of the people Atheism, described, ii. 745—a disease of
during the, ii. 826

human nature, ii. 493, 733—-incul-
Ananias and Sapphira, the case of, ii. 136 cated under variuns names, ii. 674
Ancient writers, prejudices in favour of, practical, produced by riches, ii. 624
ii. 365

Abson, wbo, i. 558; ii. 325
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Atheisis, account of two, ü. 744

entrusted to men by God, i. 639–
Atmosphere, original state of the, ii. 90 influence of, upon the soul, ii. 99–
Atonement, cannot be made by the sinner, not the seat of sin, ü. 297-imperfec-
i. 252

tions of, ii. 740—the four elements
Atterbury, Bishop, anecdote of, ii. 448 combined in the, ii. 630—a source of
Attributes of Gord, described, ii. 668- temptation, ii. 337, 710-ditference

destroved by the doctrine of absolute between a mortal and a glorified, ii.
predestination, ii. 10

781-our ignorance of many things
Augustine, character of, ii. 208-quoted, relating to our, ii. 2:22—not to be
ii. 160, 203, 392,376

transparent, ii. 172
Auto in Fís, account of, by Dr. Geddes, Bodily disorders, a cause of spiritual
ii. 160

heaviness, i. 594
Auakoneal Sinner, described, i, 96 Bondage, spirit of, described, i. 96

Born of God, in what sepse he that is,
Babe in Christ, experience of a, ii. 368 sinneth not, i. 5
Babes in Christ, who, ii. 610-free from Brerewood, Mr., his calculations re-
the power of sin, i. 507

specting the state of the world, ii. 157,
Backbiliny, what, i. 614

672
Backslulers, despair of many, ii. 294– Breathing, described, i. 629
may be restored, ii. 103

Broad way, what, i. 104
Balaam, address of, to Balak, ii. 595 Brute Creation, original state of the, ii. 122
Baptism, not the new birth, i. 572- Brules, subjected to vanity, ii. 127–

grace of, often lost, i. 220, 375-does future stare of, ii. 129–conjecture con-
not supersede the necessity of the new cerning, ii. 130
birii, i. 219

Building upon a rock, i. 425—upon the
Barclay, Robert, denied the impitation sand, what, i. 122

of Christ's righteousness, i. 241 Bull, Bishop, erroneous doctrines of,
Birnabas, contention of, with Paul, i. 226, ii. 760
270; ii. 453

Burkill, Mr., mistake of, ii.706
Barunrt, a rich, annoyed by a puff of Bunyan, John, inconsistency of, ii. 302
smoke, ii. 417, 627

Burlomachi, Mons., treatise of, censured,
Bartomognsett, explained, i. 330

ii. 674
Baxter, striking quotation from, ii. 178 Business, best way of transactiog, ii. 435

- mistake of, corrected, ii. 173
Beggar, affecting case of a,

654

Called, wbat, ii. 107
Beggars, common, the question of re- Calvin, quoted respecting the imputation
lieving, ii. 65+

of Christ's righteousness, i. 238-did
Behmer, Jacob, strange conceit of, ii. ! not separate from the Church, ü. 589
172

-burned Servetus alive, ii. 80
Beliering the Gospel, explained and en- Calrinists, prove that opinion is not reli-
forced, i. 79

gion, ii. 79
Believers, in Christ Jesus, who, i. 82 Campbell, Mr., opinion of, refuted, ii.
Bellarmine, dying saying of, i. 236

722
Beneficenue, a source of enjoyment, ii. Carols, remarks upon playing ai, ii. 439
379-recommended, ii. 701

Care, anxious, forbidden, i. 383
Bengclius, calculation of, referred to, ii. Cases of Conscience, solved by the help of

1-his dou respecting 1 John v.7, reason, ji. 234
ii. 81

Catholic Spirit, defined, i. 501-illus.
Bentley, Dr. haughtiness of, ii. 5 16 trated, i. 191-distinguished from La-
Berrans, blessing of God upon the, in titudinarianism, and indifference to
searching the Scriptures,

129

congregations, i. 499
Bigotry, defined, i. 186—the evil of, i. Catacumbs of Rome, mentioned, ji. 564

Ceremonics, not true religion, i. 72
Birils, creation of, ii. 92—our ignorance Chailsey, Eliz., case of, ii. 361

of, in several respects, ii. 222 Characters of all men will be unfolded ir
Blasphemy agerinst the Holy Ghost, what, the day of judgment, i. 171
ii. 402

Xapaxtmp, explained, i. 294
Blasphemy of complaining that the terms Charles XII., death of, ii 716

of the Christian cocinant are too serire, Charity, properties of, i. 268-the erer.
;. 207

cise of, a consequence of the fall, ii.
Bleveness of those that hunger and thirsti

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atir rightOusmuss, i. 260

| Chesterfield, Lord, infamous priociples
Bible, various editions of the English, of, ii. 313, 736
mentioned, ii, 131

Children, the souls of, to be cared for, ii.
Boarding schools, evils of, ii. 188

184-how to be instructed, ii. 486,670
limiy, human, description of the, ii.629- -right management of, ii. 493—-pro-

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ers, i. 258

per food of, ii. 500-obedience due 91, 219_matter pervaded by the, ii.
from, to their parents, ii.505—remarks 574-heat of, when returning from the
upon the dress of, ii. 510—the be-

sun, i. 176
queathment of property to, i. 630 Comfort, promised to Christian Mourn-
China, the empire of, ii. 574
Xpr.several, explained, i. 269

Comparative Divinity, beautiful view of,
Christ, the person of, ii. 816—the true ii. 465, 469

God, ii. 305—the Creator and Pre. Communion, duty of constant, ii. 553
server of all things, ii. 305—eternal | Commandments, guilt and doom of those

life, ii. 308-condescension of, ii. 386 who teach men to break then, i. 314
Christian, x, altogether, i. 15—character Commutation of duties, not allowed by
of a, described, ii. 613

God, i. 263
Christian's joy, ground of, i. 136

Compliments, the term censured, ii. 448
Christian Perfection, what, ii. 291. See Concupiscence, what, ii. 672
Perfection.

Condemnation, believers free from, i. 83
Christian world, state of the, ii. 158 Condition of Justification, what, i. 55
Christian Church, state of, in different Conference, debate in the, on leaving the
ages, ii. 207, 569

Church, ii. 582
Christian Revelation, overthrown by the Conformity to the world, what, ií. 420

doctrine of absolute predestination, Conscience, defined, i. 130; ii. 593, 739
ii. 7

--several sorts of, ii. 597_rule of,
Christians, character of real, ii. 660, 675 i. 131-good, lhe same as a con-

-two orders of, from the beginning, science void of offence, i. 132
ii. 432—real, the special care of divine Constantine, injury done to Christianity
Providence, ii. 199--character of, in by, ii. 141, 431, 569
Jerusalem, ii. 135—in the Turkish | Contemplation, boly, not the whole of
dominions, character of, ii. 158-pro- religious worship, i. 304
fessed, wicked lives of, ii. 144

Contempt of inferiors, produced by riches,
Christianity, in its native form, i. 291- ii. 627

essentially a social religion, i 295- Contests about religion, described, i. 232
difference between, and heathenism, Conventicle Act, put in force against the
i. 562-different from morulity, ii. Methodists, ii. 617
747-causes of the inefficacy of, ii. Convents, origin of, ii. 528
677-existing in individuals, i. 32 Conversation, uncharitable, Christians
spreading from one to another, i. 36 guilty of, i. 156
-covering the earth, i. 39

Conversation, advice respecting, ii. 137
Church, peculiar meaning of the term, i. Conviction of sin, described, i. 96 --- 1.745

620--the, ambiguity of the term, ii. -produced by the Law, i.411 --man-
270—who constitute the true, ii. 274, ner in which it is generally produced,
275-unity of, ii. 274-wby denomi- i. 195-why often ineffectual, i. 610
nated holy, ii. 279-state of, in the Convincing speech, singular instance of
earliest ages, ii. 136, 581—-*tate of, in the power of, ii. 456
modern ages, ii. 142—glory of, in the Conviction, of demerit and helplessness
latter day, ii. 166

in believers, i. 165
Church of England, what, ii. 276—re-Correction, necessity of, in regard to

marks on attending the service of, ii. cbildren, ii, 485
581-several of the members of, know Corrupting the word of God, means of,
nothing of the imputation of Christ's ji 754
righteousness, i. 241-attachment of Corruption of the heart, described, i. 76
the first Methodists to, ji. 22

Courteousness, enforced, ii 550
Church of Rme, idolatry of, ii. 315 Crenant of Works, what, i. 64
Cicero, remarkable saying of, ii. 148–- Coornant of Grace, difference between,
quoted, on Providence, ii. 193

and the Coveoant of Work», i. 64.
Clarendon, Lord, refusal of, to employ Corretorusmens, deucrited, ii. 755—in the
spies, ii. 829

| heart of a believer, i. 136
Clarke, De, Adam, bis account of one of Cimley, quued, ii. 424, 743
Mr. Wesley's Sermons, ii, 757

Creation, the work of Christ, il 305-
Clergy, the chararter of, in different ages, original state of the, ii 67

ii. 581-ozodly, ministry of, ii. 5th, ! Crou, laking up the, what, i. 6-De-
Clergymon, wicked, folly of a, 11. 637 cersity of, i, Fang
Cercumcision of the heart, defined, i. 200 Cwlwurth, Willas, reparation , from
Curcumstances weich url prevede and follo Mr. Wbitefield, i. 3
the general judgment, 'i. 16.

Cure of mil-speaking, what, i. 616
Collin at kugeud, remarkable recount Crsum, the area an nered by,
of a, i. 349

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Church, ii. 584, 141, 570-striking | Discuses, sometimes occasioned by Satai,
thought of, ii. 73, 576

ii. 258

Dissimulation, what, ii. 147-censured,
Daily bread, wbat, 336

ii. 548
Dancing, remarks upon, ii. 439

Dissipated mm, character of a, i,327
Darkness, spiritual, the nature of, i. 577 | Dissipation, what, ij. 325, 667

-the causes of, i. 520-widely differ. Dissolution of the universe, i. 175
ent from heaviness, i. 601—not need. Distillers of spirituous liquors, murderers
ful, i. 601—not profitable to the mind, general, i. 628
i. 589–consequent upon an evil eye, Distraction of mind, what, ii. 325

i. 362 ; ii. 694—the cure of, i. 584 Dirersions, remarks upon, ii. 438–
Daughters, remarks on the education

public, the evil of, ii. 807
of, ii. 188

Doctrines, erroneous, beld by the Uni-
Davidl, sin of, described, i. 225, 227– versity of Oxford, ii. 758

sin of, in numbering Israel, ii. 824- Aoxu, explained, ii. 356, 415
grief of, at the sickness of his child, Doxology, of the Lord's Prayer, i. 340
ii. 768

Dream, what, ii. 713—a singular, ii. 361
Daris, Sir John, quoted, ii. 736 ; i. 461 Dress, costly, to be avoided, ii. 422–
Day of Judgment, will probably last solemn charge concerning, ii. 520-of
many thousand years, i. 170

children, remarks upon the, ii. 510
Deacon, Dr., opinion of, concerning Lu- Drowned persons, apparently, instances
natics, ii. 723

of, restored, ii. 538
Dean, a courtly, preaching at Whitehall, Drunkme, instance of a, reclaimed, ii.
ii. 421

182
Dear, impropriety of the term, when Drunkenness, habit of, may be overcome,
applied to Christ, ij. 689

ii. 182
Death, nalure of, ii. 98, 633-certainty Dryness, spiritual, sometimes occasioned

of, ii, 100—the penalty of sin, i. 567- by the want of self-denial, i. 611
of a wicked man described, ii. 375–
of a good man described, ii. 375– Early rising, recommended, ii, 434
certainty of, ii. 382-spiritual, con- Earili, original state of the, ii. 87--our
sequent upon sin, 151- final destruc- ignorance of many things belongiog to
tion of, ii. 171-of beloved relations, the, ii. 220_inherited by the meek, i.

a cause of spiritual leaviness, i. 596 261-future state of, ii. 173_new,
Deceit, a disease of human nature, ii. 494 what, ü. 173
Deceitfulness of the heart, what, ii. 734 Earthen vessels," described, ii.740
Decrees of God, what, ii. 107

Earthquake, in Sicily, ii. 37-in Jamaica,
Deist, the faith of a, ii. 003—misery of ii. 37-in Lima, ii. 40

a, ii. 607—objection of a, to the Bible, Earthquakex, proved to be the works of
ji. 693

the Lord, ii. 35
Drists, extollers of reason, ii. 231 Eastern Church, state of the, ii. 678
Aiden soverou, explained, i. 230

Education, design of, ii. 468, 192—prac-
Deinerit of believers, benefit of the con- tical errors in, ii. 495
viction of the, i. 165

Eilwards, Mr., success of his ministry, ii.
De Renty, deep experience of, ii. 85– 26
conduct of, in affliction, ii. 362

Effeminacy, produced by riches, ii. 418
Desire of the flesh, what, ii. 316, 318, Egyptians, ancient, character of, ii. 566

411, 625, 606, 671, 753—of the eye, Exßaoin, explained, ii. 360
what, i. 151, 561s ii. 317, 318, 373, \ Exavo fueron, explained, ii. 365
411,625, 666, 671,753

! Election, the sense in which some contend
Desire, evil, danger of indulging, i. 582 ! for, ij. 2
Desire of vase, produced by riches, ii. 112 Eneryxos, explained, i. 33 ; ii. 662
Desiring to be rich, the evil ot, i. 367

Eλείχος πνευματος, what, i. 22, 546
Despair, danger of, ii. 393-backsliders Elements, future state of the, ii. 170
destroyed by, ij. 394

Eri, sons of, their character, ii, 582
Devil, his power in the world, i. 478 Elijah, translation of, ii. 100
Devils, the existence of, discovered by Eloquerence, sometimes substituted for

faith, ii. 637-in what sense they may love, ii 434-vanity of, without lore,
be cast out, i. 178

ii. 456
Deroton, should be solemn, ii. 690 Employment, the choice of an, ii. 696
Differences, among Christians, i. 482— Enit, or man's creation, ii. 633, 670
causes of the, i, 236

Ενεργειν, τo, what, ii. 3ο7
Discipline, Methodist, described, ii. 616 Exif youuern do aryann, what, i. 495

-neglect of, by Mr. Whitetield in Enlightened, what, i. 299
America, ii.27

i Enrich, translation of, ii, 100
Licensede alt, il. 117

Exogos, explained, i. 77, 262

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