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Of the MOST REVEREND

27 Noy
Dr JOHN TILLOT ŚO N,

Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.

IN TEN VOLUME S.

VOL.

EDINBURGH:

Printed by WAL. RUDDIMAN & COMPANY,

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A N D

A. MURRAY & J. COCHRA N.

MDCCLXXIL

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SERM. CLXXIII. The danger of impenitence, where the gospel

is preached. Matth. xi. 21, 22. Woe unto thee, Chorazin, woe

unto thee, Bethsaida! for if the mighty works which were done in

you, bad been done in Tyre and Sidon, they would have repented long

ago in fackcloth and asbes. But I say unto you, It fall be more to-

lerable for Tyre and Sidon at the day of judgment, tban for you page i

SERM. CLXXIV. CLXXV. CLXXVI. CLXXVII. of the

immortality of the soul, as discovered by nature, and by reve.

lation. 2 Tim. i. 10. But is now made manifest by the appearing

of our Saviour Jesus Christ, who bath abolished death, and haib

brought life and immortality to light through the gospel 14. 30. 47.

SERM. CLXXVIII. CLXXIX. CLXXX. CLXXXI, CLXXXII.

of the certainty of a future judgment. Of the person by whom

the world fall be judged. Of the persons who are to be judged.

Of the actions for which men will be accountable. Of the len-

ience to be passed at the day of judgment. 2 Cor. v. 10. For we

must all appear before the judgment-feat of Christ, that every one may

receive the things done in the body, according to that be hath doné,

whether it be good or evil

75. 89. 99. 109. 120

SERM. CLXXXIII. The uncertainty of the day of judgments

considered and improved. Mark xiii. 32, 33. But of that day and

bour knoweth no man, no not the angels which are in heaven, neither

the Son, but the Fother. Take ye beed, watch and pray; for ye know

not when the time is

183

SERM. CLXXXIV. The certainty and blessedness of the resur-
section of frue Christians. Theff. iv, 14. For if we believe that
Jesus died, and rose again'; even fo them also which sleep in Jesus,

will God bring with him

153

SERM. CLXXXV. CLXXXVI. Of the happiness of good men in

the future state. John iii. 2. It doth not yet appear what we

jhall be; but we know that, when he Mall appear, we foall' be like him,

for we fall see him as he is

171. 182

SERM. CLXXXVII. The wisdom of religion justified, in the diffeo

renr ends of good and bad mcn. Prov. xiv. 32. ? he wicked is driven

away in his wickednefs : but the righteous bath hope in his death

194

SERM. CLXXXVIII. The usefulness of considering our latter end.

Pfal. xc. 12. So teach us to number our days, that we may apply

our hearts unto wisdom

217

SERM, CLXXXIX. CXC. CXCI. The life of Jesus Christ con-

sidered, as our example. I Peter ii. 21. - Leaving us an

example, that ge should follow his steps

234. 247. 265

Serm. CXCII. The sufferings of Christ confidered, as a proper

means of our salvation. 1 Cor. i. 23, 24. But we preach Christ
crucified, unle the Jews & fumbling: block, and unto the Greeks

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