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Then bereavements; religion enables hiin to find come a sweet repose in God his best friend, and On them conducts his hopes to a speedy and delighte ki ful re-union, in the regions of the bielled, heen with those pure and virtuous souls who were

210 here most dear to his heart. In like manner, ET, CUTE if poverty overwhelm him, or his faireft pofjane fellions have been blasted by the stroke of diEroii vine providence, are they not infinitely more

than compensated in that heavenly inheritci dera ance to which, by divine grace, he is born?

-And, when death comes to diffolve the
temporary and decaying tabernacle in

which he had sojourned in this barren wilDU CIOWE derness, can he be dismayed, or yield to im

pious fears, when he sees beyond its flood

the land of promised reji, in which there is 19. godde prepared for him a building of God, an house

not made wiih hands, eternal in the heavens ! or be ende

Blesed are the dead who die in the Lord-Erd pain art

yea, juith the Spirit, that they may rest from

their labours, and their works do follow them ! Ence there

AMEN,
FINIS.

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DISCOURSE I
Causes of Infidelity.

DISCOURSE II.

The fame Subject continued.

DISCOURSE III.

On the Dangers of Pleasure.

DISCOURSE IV.

The Rich Mun and Lazarus.

DISCOURSE V.

The Penitent Woman at the Feet of Jesus. 111

DISCOURSE VI.

On Industry.

138

DISCOURSE VII.

The Lord's Supper a Memorial of Christ. 174

DISCOURSE VIII.

The United Influence of Reflection and

Sacred Reading in cultivating and
Purifying the Morals.

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DISCOURSE IX. The Forgiveness of Injuries.

229 DISCOURSE X. The Forgiveness of Injuries-second Dif

course--ike Excellence and Reajorz-
ableness of this Duty.

247 DISCOURSE XI. Òn the Pleasures of Religion.

275 DISCOURSE XII. On Secret Faults.

303 DISCOURSE XIII, On Public Vices. :

333 1 DISCOURSÈ XI. On Death-the Uncertainty of th.it Inter

fting Event, and the Proper Im- .. provement of it.

DISCOURSE XV. On the Las Judgment.

380 DISCOURSE XVI. On the Happinefs of Good Men in a Future State.

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