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Sub-Divisions, Prosy

Preaching ..

55

A Ready Preacher. The Two

Things Necessary to Re-

store Man. Gal. vi. 1, 2. 56
Great Men have always ten-
der Feelings.

Art. Joy

in Jesus Christ

58

Temple Worship

59
The Nemesis of Civilisation 101
Patriotism. The Function of
Frost. Gravitation

103

Collective Opinions. Art.

Life in Death. Genius.

Christ's Imagery, drawn

from Nature. The Old and

New Testament. Mathe-

matical Truth. The Con-

nexion of Protestantism

with Language. Hasty

Conclusions. Science. 104

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INDEX OF TEXTS.

Book

Gen.

Exodus

Joshua

Joshua

Chap,

17

17

7

20

Verse

18

6

13

3

Page

478

186

217

32

Book

1 Sam

1 Kings

1 Kings

2 Kings

Chap.

16

13

14

9

Verse

7

11-32

13
31

Page
410

61
452
403
13 24-27 1- 8 9-13 24-27

Verse 12, 13 13-16 17-19 20-24

24 21

50 32–43 50, 51

16 30

26 2- 4

Book

Chap 2 Chron. 12 2 Chron. 17 Ezra

6 Neh. Job

38 Psalm 36 Psalm 72 Psalm 73 Psalm 73 Psalm 107 Psalm 137 Psalm 138 Prov.

16 Prov.

24 Prov. 26 Eccles. 3 Isaiah 18 Isaiah 25 Isaiah 28 Isaiah 56 Isaiah 64 Jer.

8 Jer.

23 Jer.

31 Hosea 14 Jonah

3 Zeph.

1 Matt.

3 Matt.

5 Matt. 16 Matt.

16 Matt. 17 Matt. 17 Matt. 17 Matt. 18 Matt. 18 Matt. 18 Matt. 18 Matt. 19 Matt.

19 Matt.

19 Matt.

23 Matt. 27 Matt. 26 Mark 14 Luke

2 Luke

2 Luke

7 Luke 12 Luke 13 Luke

15 Luke

15

Verse
14

6
14
10
17
9
6

3 16, 17

32 5, 6

7

23 30-34

6 il, 12 23, 24

6-9 16, 17 10, 11

6 11 29 29

2 1-10

17 7, 8

48

Page 242 560 577 312 252 266 592 493 22 37 295 476 640 373 636 565 196 207 482 541 516 541 362 277

37 307 529 234 528 433 15 74 122 .177 230 289 341 444 504 611 552

1 414 572 109 512 523 189 137 146 50 48

15 18 28

41 5459

24 25 20 6 9

13 29-31

Page 51 92 256 627 633 371 359 132 417 526 385 310 583 31 302 210 169 414 263

29 141 260 325 348 352 42 98 81 468 421 638

95 247 530 419 203

86 617 460 601

32 587 588 209 150 473 464

37 425 367 153

12

7-10 11-14 15—20 21-35

1-12 23-26 13-15

33 59, 60 36-39

27 25-32 34, 35 36–50 16-21 5-10

11 11-32

Book Chap
Luke

15
Luke 15
Luke

15 Luke

15 Luke

15 Luke

17 Luke 17 Luke

23 John

1 John

3 John

5 John

11 John

14 John

15 John

17 John

17 John

19 John 19 Acts

7 Acts

20 Acts

27 Rom.

5 Rom.

8 Rom.

8 Rom.

15
1 Cor. 7
1 Cor. 13
1 Cor. 15

Cor.
2 Cor. 3
2 Cor.
Gal.

6
Phil.

4 Col.

1
1 Tim. 1
1 Tim. 1
1 Tim. 3
2 Tim. 4
Heb.

1
Heb.
Heb.

6
Heb.

11 Heb.

11 Heb.

12
James

1
James
1 Peter
1 John
Rev.

3
Rev.
Rev.

34 15, 16 7-11

19 14 11 27 15 16

16 7, 8 1-4

6 18 1 4

5 9, 10

5 10, 11 14, 15

2 1 17

A Co er er co

A H O M I L Y

H

ON

How to Escape Hell.

“How shall ye escape the damnation of hell ?”—Matt. xxiii. 33.

HE voice of OLD TIME, that in one of Sir

Walter Scott's pensive moods rang through his great nature, sends its stirring echoes through my poor soul, as I remember, that I am now commencing the Ninth VOLUME

“ Homilistic” labors; and that too, just as one year, voluminous with the biographies of millions, retires to that God of ages who is the Righteous Arbiter of our destiny, and another appears charged with the missions and mysteries of eternity:

of my

“Before thy breath, like blazing flax,

Man and his marvels pass away ;
And changing empires wane and wax,

Are founded, flourish, and decay :
Redeem thine hours—thy space is brief,

While in my glass the sand-grains shiver,
And measureless thy joy or grief,

When time and thou shalt part for ever.".

What subject more suited to the solemnity of the hour could I select, than that which will enable us to indicate the method of reaching a happy eternity, and which is suggested by the startling appeal of Christ to the sinners of His age ? “ How shall ye escape the damnation of hell ?”

The word “hell” a translation of the Greek word, Gehenna ; a term used to designate the valley of Hinnom.

Vol. IX.

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