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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF DR. WATTS'S WORKS, WITH REFERENCES TO THE PAGES OF THIS VOLUME IN WHICH AN ACCOUNT OF THEM IS GIVEN.
1. 1705. Horæ Lyricæ; Poems chiefly of the Lyric kind, in three books 238—255
2. 1707. Essay against Uncharitableness, wherein the secret springs of that Vice are traced, and the mischievous effects of it briefly surveyed
3. 1707. A Sermon preached at Salter's Hall to the Societies for Reformation of
Manners in the cities of London and Westminster ......214216
4. 1707. Hymns and Spiritual Songs, in three books
5. 1716. A Guide to Prayer; or, a free and rational Account of the gift, grace,
and spirit of Prayer; with plain Directions how every Christian may attain them
6. 1718. The Psalms of David Imitated in the Language of the New Testa
ment, and applied to the Christian State and Worship ..334–359
7. 1720. Divine Songs attempted in easy language, for the use of Children
8. 1720. The Art of Reading and Writing English
9. 1721. Sermons on Various Subjects, vol. ).
10. 1721. The Christian Doctrine of the Trinity; or, Father, Son, and Spirit,
Three Persons and one God asserted and proved; with their divine rights and honours vindicated by plain evidence of scripture, without the aid or incumbrance of human schemes .... .380, 583
11. 1722. Death and Heaven, or the last Enemy conquered, and separate
Spirits made perfect, attempted in two Funeral Discourses, in
12. 1723. Sermons, vol. 2.......
13. 1724. The Arian invited to the Orthodox Faith : or, a plain and easy Method
to lead such as deny the proper Deity of Christ into the belief of
19. 1726. A Defence against the Temptations to Self-murder, wherein the
criminal Nature and Guilt of it are displayed; together with some
23. 1728. A Book of Catechisms, complete: containing (1.) A Discourse of
Catechisms, how to write and judge of them ; (2.) The First Set of
30. 1732. Philosophical Essays on Various Subjects: namely, Space, Substance,
Body, Spirit; the Operations of the Soul in Union with the Body;
42. 1742. The Harmony of all the Religions which God ever prescribed, con
taining a Brief Survey of the several public Dispensations of God towards Man, or his appointment of different forms of Religion in successive ages
43. 1745. The World to Come, 2nd vol.
44. 1745. Orthodoxy and Charity united, in several reconciling Essays on the
Law and Gospel, Faith and Works
45. 1746. Useful and Important Questions concerning Jesus the Son of God
freely proposed ; with an humble Attempt to answer them according to Scripture
46. 1746. The Glory of Christ as God-Man displayed in Three Discourses.
(1.) A Survey of the Visible Appearances of Christ as God before his Incarnation, with some Observations on the Texts of the Old Testament applied to Christ. (2.) An Inquiry into the exteusive Powers of the Human Nature of Christ in its present glorified State, with several Testimonies annexed. (3.) An Argument tracing out the early Existence of the Human Soul of Christ, even before the Creation of the World. With an Appendix containing an Abridgment of Doctor Thomas Goodwin's Discourse of the “Glories and Royalties of Christ,” in his works in folio, vol. ii. b. 3. ......598
47. 1746. An Essay on the Freedom of the Will in God and in Creatures, and
on various Subjects connected therewith : namely, The Ideas of Liberty and Necessity; the Causes of the Determination of the Will; the Use of the Understanding to direct, not determine it; the Liberty of God as a Creator, a Governor, and a Benefactor; the Doctrine of Fatality; the Spring of Moral Good and Evil; the Difference between Moral and Positive Laws; the Sin and Fall of Man, and the Free Grace of God; the Rewardableness of Faith in the Gospel, and the criminal Nature of Infidelity...... .681
48. 1747. Evangelical Discourses on Several Subjects; to which is added an
Essay on the Powers and Contests of Flesh and Spirit ........681
49. 1747. The Rational Foundation of a Christian Church, and the terms of
Christian Communion; to which are added Three Discourses: (1.) A Pattern for a Dissenting Preacher; (2.) The Office of Deacons ; (3.) Invitations to Church Fellowship.....