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I. Religion and Virtue, confidered under the Notion of Wifdom.
II. The Excellency of Wifdom.
III. The Ways of Wifdom, Ways
IV. Wifdom the Strength of the
V. The Favour of God, obtained
VI. Long.Life, Riches, and Honour, the Fruits of Wifdom.
VIL The Love of Wifdom, neceflary to the attaining of it.
VIII. Diligence in feeking Wifdom always fuccefsful.
IX. Self.Government efTental to
X. The Proud and Scornfu. inca-
XI. Attending to public Inftmaion,
XII. Walking with Wife Men, a
XIII. The Foundation of Confi-
XIV. On the fame Subjeft.
XV. Walking by Faith and not by Sight, explained and recommended..
By JOHN ABERNETHr, M. A.
Printed for D.browne, without Temple-Bar; C. Davis, in Hollom; and A. Millar, oppoiite Katherine.flreet in the Strand.
S B R M O N I.
The Proverbs of Solomon the Son of David,