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Of the Late Reverend and Learned
Mr. RALPH ERSKINE,
Minister of the Gospel in Dunfermline.
Above One Hundred and Fifty SERMONS,
IN TEN LARGE VOLUMES OCTAVO.
To which is presixed,
An Account of the Author's Life and Writings,
Go,preach the gospel to every creature, Mark xvi. 15.
F A L K I R K;
PRINTED BY PATRICK MAIR,
For the Revd. John Stewart, Hugh Mitchell, Bookseller,
and Peter Muirhead, Merchant, the Publishers.
I Cor. XV. 56. The strength os sin is the lain.
The words being viewed in tbeir connection, analized rtnd explained, there are
'sbe Fikst is, " That I'm is a very strong and powerful ihing" And from this
1. The nature of sin enquired into, and opened up, Iz
The Er.coxu doctrine is, "That the law of works is the strength of sin to the
jinner that hath violate and broken it." And from this proposition, the fol-
(4.) Of exhortation ; sirst to unbelievers, who are under the law ; and then
Ps.cvii.8. Nevertheless he saved them sor bis name's sake%
The words being divided, explained, and summed up in a doctrinal observation ,
1. What is that name of God, for the sake of which he saves, 172
:. What it is for God to save for his name's sake, - i78
"v What salvation he works for his name's sake, - 183 •
4. What is imported in this Nevertheless; or, over what impediments doth
God bring about salvation for his name's sake, 186
7. Some reasons offered why he laves for his name's sake, 100