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SERMON I. ., .
PSALM XIV. 2..3...? ! THE Lord looked down from Heaven upon the Children:
of Men; to see if there were any that did understand:
and seek God. they are all gone afide, 'they are altogether become filthy:
there is none that dotb Good, no not one. Page 1 Complaint of the general: Unconcernedness about Salvation, .
. Yet the Gospel a glorious Salvation, ... ..4 Faith in Christ, and the new Creature, contain the ... Sum of it;
. ;": Man a Sinner,. ,.,; .
ni Because an apostate Creature,..
.: The Fruits of this Apoftafy in the Heart, i t And in the Life, The Consequences of Sin terrible,
and is By Man's Apotasy, Dishonor is brought upon God's Government,
and ibid. He has lost the Image of God, and is left in a State
of Unfitness for God and Happiness, - 17 And á Sentence of Wrath is gone forth against the World,
I SA I AN LXIII. 5.'.
that there was none to uphold. - Page 25 Man cannot help himself, or compose che Difference
Sin hath made between God and him, 29 Cannot render back the Glory he has deprivedi God of,
- ibid. Nor put on the Disposition of a Creature, . - 33. Nor fatisfy the Demands of God's infinite Justice, 38 Sin is Man's greatest Enemy, - 42 It dishonors God, :
ibid. Defiles the foul of Man,
44 Brings Misery with and after it, : 46 !!! SERMON III. si in
7%. The Power and Love of C#RIŠT. '. .. ." I sai A H LXIII. 5. a Therefore mine own Arm brought Salvation unto me. 49 Jesus Christ is able to succour Sinners, having taken
away all the dreadful Circumstances that follow
upon Sin: And, withal, he is willing to do so, 52 He hath fully vindicated, and restored God's injured
Glory, - . - - - ibid. He hath obtained Power to renew the Hearts of Men to their original Purity,
- 55 He hath satisfied the Demands of divine Justice, and
all this by his Obedience even unto Death, 58 He is as willing to save, as he is able - 64 A Review of the Whole in a serious Expoftulation with the Sinner,
- 62 SERMON
Determines to rest upon him, and venture all his
eternal Interests with him, . - ibid.
To aim at more enlarged Views of the Fulness of
of all God's Creatures, a Hope of immortal Bles.
Page 89, & Co
The new Creature in the Apprehensions of his Under-
The formal Professor's Apprehensions of these Things,
*; ;:5:145, &c.
The new Creature choosés God for his Portion, and
The new Creature chooses God's Will, and not his
own Pleasure, 75, pabr. 169,&c.