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Tama 19 June 1832

OF

ROBERT LEIGHTON, D. D.

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CONTENTS

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LIFE OF ARCHBISHOP LEIGHTON,

SERMON IX.

BY JAMES AIKMAN, Esq.

Rom. viii. 7. Because the carnal

A PRACTICAL COMMENTARY ON THE

FIRST EPISTLE OF PETER.

mind is enmity against God, &C........ 393

CHAP. I...........

............1

SERMON X.

CHAP. II...........

.........65

Rom. xiii. 5-8. Wherefore ye must

CHAP. II I..........

.......145

needs be subject, not only for wrath,

CHAP. IV.....

but also for conscience' sake.............396

CHAP. V.........

.279

EXPOSITORY LECTURES ON

SERMON XI.

PSALM XXXIX......

.311 Psalu lxxvi. 10. Surely the wrath of

Isaiah VI.............

324

man shall praise thee: the remainder

ROMANS XII........

.........331

of wrath shalt thou restrain, ............ 402

CHARGES, &c. to the Clergy of the

Diocese of Dunblane.........

338

SERMON XII.

LETTERS written by Bishop Leighton PSALM cxii. 7. He shall not be afraid

on different Occasions.....................345 of evil tidings; his heart is fixed,

trusting in the Lord,........ ....407

EIGHTEEN SERMONS.

SERMON XIII.

SERMON I.

JAMES iii. 18.

MATT. xiii. 3. Aud he spake many

But the wisdom that

is from above is first pure, &C..........351

things unto them in parables, say-

ing, Behold a sower went forth to

SERMON II.

..412

JOB xxxiv. 31, 32. Surely it is meet

SERMON XIV.

to be said unto God, I have borne

chastisement, I will, not offend any

2 Cor. vii. 1. Having therefore these

more, &C..........

...356

promises, dearly beloved, &c............ 415

SERMON XV.

SERMON III.

ICAIAH xxviii. 5, 6. In that day shall

Psalm cxix. 32. I will run the way

the Lord of hosts be for a crown of

of thy commandments, when thou

shalt enlarge my heart,....

..418

glory, &C...........

....361

SERMON XVI.

SERMON IV.

ISAIAH Ix. 1. Arise, shine, for thy

Rom. viii. 33, 34. Who shall lay

light is come, and the glory of the

any thing to the charge of God's

elect? &C.........

.422

Lord is risen upon thee..................365

SERMON XVII.

SERMON V.

On the same Text,........

Rom. viii. 35. Who shall separate us

...370

from the love of Christ ? &c........ 425

SERMON VI.

SERMON XVIII.

Psalm xlii. 8. Yet the Lord will

command his loving-kindness in the

ISAIAH lix. 1, 2. Behold, the Lord's

day-time, &c.......

hand is not shortened that it cannot

....375

save, &C..........

...426

SERMON VII.

Exposition of the Creed,......... 433

PSALM cxix. 13. Rivers of waters Exposition of the Lord's Prayer,..... .447

run down mine eyes, because they Exposition of the Ten Commandments, 474

keep not thy law,...........

....381

Of Precept I.......

.477

Precept II..

480

SERMON VIII.

Precept III..

.482

Cant. i. 3. Because of the savour

Precept IV..

.484

of thy good ointments, thy name is

Precept V....

.486

as ointment poured forth, therefore

Precept VI...

..488

do the virgins love thee...................387

Precept VII.....

489

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Of Precept VIII........ .......491 111. Of the Happiness of Man, and

Precept IX............... ...494 that, it is really to be found,.........557

Precept X... ... ... ... ... ... ... 496 IV. In which it is proved that Human

A Discourse on Matthew xxii. 37-39..499 Felicity cannot be found either in

A Discourse on Hebrews viii. 10.........502 the Earth or Earthly Things,... ...559

A Short Catechism........

................ ....505 V. Of the Immortality of the Soul,......562

VI. Of the Happiness of the Lifeto come, 565

TEN SERMONS, FROM THE AUTHOR'S

VII. Of the Being of God, ...............567

MANUSCRIPTS.

VIII. Of the Worship of God, Provi.

SERMON I.

dence, and the Law given to Man, 572

IX. Of the Pleasures and Utility of

Rom. xiii. 11-14. And that know-

Religion,

..574

ing the time, that now it is high

time to awake out of sleep, &C.........507 X1. Of the Creation of the World,

X. Of the Decrees of God,...............575

...577

SERMON II.

XII. Of the Creation of Man,............581

XIII. Of Divine Providence,.............584

Psalm cvii. 43. Whoso is wise, and

XIV. Of Christ the Saviour,............587

will observe these things, &C...........511

XV. Of Regeneration,......

...................589

SERMON III.

XVI. Of Regeneration,

..593

PSALM cxix. 96. I have seen an end

XVII. Of True Felicity and Eternal

Punishment,

..596

of all perfection ; but thy command-
ment is exceeding broad.................516 XVIII. Of the Christian Religion, and

that it is the true Way to Happi-

SERMON IV.

ness,

..599

HAB. iii. 17, 18. Although the fig-

XIX. That Holiness is the only Way

tree shall not blossom, &C..............520

to Happiness on this Earth,......... 601

XX. Of our Happiness, particularly

SERMON V.

that it is in God, who can direct

I COR. i. 30. But of him are ye in

us to the true Way of attaining it

Christ Jesus, &C.........

...524

that this Way he has discovered

in the Sacred Scriptures, the di.

SERMON VI.

vine Authority whereof is asserted

JER. X. 23, 24. O Lord, I know that

and illustrated, .......

......................603

the way of man is not in himself, &c...530/ XXI. Of the Divine Attributes,.........608

XXII. How to regulate Life according

SERMON VII.

to the Rules of Religion,............609

Isa. Xxx. 15–19. For thus saith the XXIII. Of Purity of Life,... ... ... ... ...611

Lord God, the holy One of Israel,

XXIV. Before the Communion..........613

In returning and rest shall ye be

An Exhortation to the Students upon

saved. &C..........

.......534 their return to the University after

the Vacation,...

..616

SERMON VIII.

Exhortations to the Candidates for the

JER. xiv. 7-9. O Lord, though our

Degree of Master of Arts in the

iniquities testify against us, do thou

University of Edinburgh, ..619

it for thy name's sake, &c..............539 EXHORTATION I.

..621

II.

..623

SERMON IX.

III.

..624

LUKE xiü. 1-10. There were pre-

IV.

..620

sent at that season some that told

V.

..028

him of the Galileans, whose blood

VI..

629

Pilate had mingled with their sacri-

VII.

631

fices, &C.........

........544

VIII.

633

Valedictory Oration,

..635

SERMON X.

A Defence of Moderate Episcopacy,......337

Preached before the Parliament, 14th MEDITATIONS, CRITICAL AND PRACTI.

Nov. 1669.

CAL, ON Psalms iv. xxxii. and cxxx.

Jonn xxi. 22. What is that to thee ?

On Psalm iv...

..643

Follow thou me......

............. .547

PSALM xxxii..

052

THEOLOGICAL LECTURES.

PSALM CXXX....

....658

1. The Introduction, .......

.......................553 A Sermon to the Clergy, from 2 Cor. v.
II. Of Happiness, its Name and Nature, 20, not before published in any for-
and the Desire of it implanted in mer Collection, .......

..673

the Human Heart.....................555 Several Letters on various Subjects, 601-687

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