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SER M. VIII.
Preach'd before Queen Anne, 1708. The great Folly and Danger of delaying
PSALM cxix. 59, 60. .
Feet unto thy Testimonies. I made hafte, and delayed not to keep thy Commandments.
SER M. IX. p. 209.
Preach'd before Queen ANNE, 1709-10. Obligations to Godliness and Virtue, from
the Consideration of the Nature of the Christian Calling, in general and in particular.
EPHES. iv. I. I therefore the Prisoner of the Lord, beseech you, that
ye walk worthy of the Vocation wherewith ye are called.
SER M. X. p. 234
Preach'd before Queen ANNE, 1710. 'The Manner and the Circumstances of the
Day of Judgment.
ACTS xvii. 31. He hath appointed a Day in which he will
judge the World in Righteousness, by that Man whom he hath ordained.
SER M. XI.
Preach'd before Queen Anne, 1711. About Religious Resolutions. The great
Caution that should be observ'd in making them.
JOSHUA xxiv. 21. And the People said unto Joshua, Nay, but we
will serve the Lord.
SERM. XII. p. 289.
What is meant by setting our Affections on
Heavenly Things, and not on Earthly : And how absolutely necessary it is, that we should thus rightly place our Affections.
Coloss. iii. 2. Set your Affections on Things above, and not
on Things on the Earth.
SER M. XIII. p. 318. A Vindication of the just and innocent Use
of Speech, from some Scruples which have been raised from two or three particular Texts.
EPHES. iv. 29. Let 110 corrupt Communication proceed out of
your Mouth, but that which is good, to the Use of Edifying ; that it may minister Grace to the Hearers.
SER M. XIV. p. 3++.
JAMES i. 13. [**no Man say, when he is tempted, I am
tmpted of God; for God cannot be tempted Title Evil; neither tempteth he
SERM. XV. p. 370.
ECCLES. ii. II. PT..!! the Works that
Hand's * We had cu the Labour that I had ...:;} bekchd, all was Vanity
in Siris, Jed there was no
SERM. XVIII. p. 446.
ACTS xiii. latter Part of ver. 48.
SER M. XIX.
p. 470. S. MATT. xx. 16.
So the last shall be first, and the first laft; for
many be called, but few chosen.
JAMES i. 13. Let no Man fay, when he is tempted, I am
tempted of God; for God cannot be tempted with Evil; neither tempteth he any
SER M. XV. p. 370.
ECCLES. ii. 11. Then I looked on all the Works that
Hand's had wrought, and on the Labour that I had laboured to do ; and behold, all was Vanity and Vexation of Spirit, and there was no Profit under the Sun.
SER M. XVI. p. 394.
2 PET. i. 10. Wherefore the rather, Brethren, give Dili
gence to make your Calling and Election fure.
SER M. XVII. p. 417.
Rom. ii. 28, 29. For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly ;
neither is that Circumcision, which is outward in the Flesh. But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and Circumcision is that of the Heart, in the Spirit, and not in the Letter, whoje Praise is not of Men, but of God.