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Although the Sermons, contained in this volume, which treat of these sublime subjects, can need no other commendation, than their own excellencies; yet, as far as my
little influence could reach, would I gladly exert it, to render the reading of them as extensive as possible. I venture to believe, that they carry with them the imprimatur of the Master. And under this persuasion, I feel no hesitation to recommend them as the humble labours of the servant. And I am equally convinced, that He, who causeth them to be sent forth, will bless them to the end intended, in making them instrumental in his Almighty Hand, to make manifest the sweet favour of hịs name in every place.
THE SCRIPTURAL DOCTRINE OF THE CO ESSEN
R there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these tbree are one. 1 John v. 7.
S E R M O N ti.
God's TESTIMONY OF His Son.
This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.
Matt, iii. 17,
And be faid, I beseech thee, shew me thy glory. Exodus xxxii. 18.
S E R M O N IV.
CHRIST'S DEMAND OF HIS FATHER ON THE
BEHALF OF THE GIVEN ONES.
Daniel ix. 24 ..
S E R M O N VI.
S E R M. ON VIII.
S E R M O N IX.
xxvii. 2, 3.
SIN NOT FOUND IN God's PEOPLE, BECAUSE
FULLY PARDON ED.
In those days, and in that time, faith the Lord, the iniquity
of Israel fwall be fought for, and there shall be none ; and the sins of Judah, and they shall not be found: for I will pardon them whom I reserve. Jer. 1. 20. .... p. 219
CHRIST, THE SON OF GOD, CONSECRATED A
PRIEST FOR EVER.
For the law maketh men bigh priests, which have infirmily:
but the word of the oatb, which was since the law, maketh the Son, who is consecrated for evernore. He. brews vii. 28.
S E R M O N XIII.
God's PLEASURE IN CHRIST'S SACRIFICE,
Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise bim, be þalh put bim to
grief: when thou shalt make his foul an offering for fin, be shall see bis seed, be shall prolong bis days, and the
feedv pleasure of the Lord shall prosper in his band. Isaiah liii. 10.