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AN ALPHABETICAL

TABLE

Os the chief Contents os the Four
Volumes of SERMONS.

The Numerical Letters signify the Volume, and the Figures
the Page. Where there is but one Figure, it is the Page of
the Volume next mentioned before.

ABatement of Sin,
will meet with Abatement
of Punishment. II. 148.
Aftions.

All Actions take their Tinc-
ture from the Heart. III.
'3-

Kind Actions i? order to Re-
conciliation. II. 172.
Adjuration.

The Manner of Administring
an Oath among the Jews.

II. 345-
Admonition. (See Fraternal Cor-
reptiori).
To whom not to be admini-

stred. IV. 72, dfe.
From bad Men unsuccessful.

Aims we should have in it.
125.

Ought to be seasonable. 123.
Adultery.

Caution against it. II. 296.
A sufficient Cause of Divorce.
301.

Adversary. (See Enemy).
Who meant by him. II. 184.
His Company not to be rashly

abandoned. 185.
Means to be reconciled to

him. 187, and 194.
Love of an Adversary, how

to be attained. 187.
Courtesy and Civility to him.

190.

Not to insist on the utmost
Punctilio of Right with
him. 191.

The evil Consequences of not
agreeing with him. 197.
Adversary.

Our Duty to him. II.
388, isV.

The Difficulties of it answer-
ed. 389.

The good Effects of it to-
wards Reconciliation. 394.

The forgiving an Adversary
an excellent Sign of a good
Temper of Mind. 395.

An unforgiving Temper pro-
ceeds from bad Principles.
396.

What

What occasion! the bad Con-
struction of all our Adver-
saries Words and Actions.
IV. 51.
Affability and Courteousness. I.

H9- ,
Age. The present Age compared

with the Primitive Chri-
stians. II. 27.

Aged. (See Old Persons) Their
Duty to the Younger. I.
416, &c.

Agur\ Wi(h, commended. III.
428.

Almsgiving recommended. III.

26.

• Rules about it. 28.
Vain-Glory to be avoided in
it. 16.

They are worse than Jews
who neglect it. 19.

The outward part of it com-
plied with by the Pharisees.
18.

Amen, explained. III. 215.
Ananias and Sapphira, their

Sin. III. 7. 49.
Angels a Pattern of Obedience.

158.

Anger. The meek Man flow to
Anger, I. 149.
Moderation in Anger. 150;
. Shortness of Passion. 150.
The first Motion* of Anger.

II. 107.
Anger the first step to Mur-
der. io5.
Several Reasons against it.

108, ty*. 120, &c.
Means to conquer it. 1 j a, &c.
Angry with his Brother. Ex-
plained. II. 101.
Annihilation of the Soul. Not
to be expected, IV. 227.
234-

Anoint thine Head, i3c. Ex-
plained. III. 252.

Antinomians and Polijidians. The
Danger of them. II. 23.

Antithesis. Often explains the

Meaning. II. 359.
Often used for Comparison.

III. 262.
Anxiety, described and disswaded.

III. 318. 343.

An Enemy to all worldly

Comforts. 348.
Inconsistent with a Belief of

Providence. 375, Isc.
The Folly of it from David's
Case. 428.
Apostates and Blasphemers. To

be punished. IV. 261.
Ask, Seek, and Knock. Ex-
plained. IV. 136.
They are three Degrees of
Earnestness. 137.
Ask and it shall be given you.
This Promise explained.

IV. 144. 155.
Asseverations. Used by Christ.

II. 30.

High Asseverations and Oaths
forbid. 365.

Astonishment. The People's A-
stonithment at Christ's Doc-
trine. IV. 367.

Austerities of the Church of
Rome. IV. 2ii.

Authority. Our Saviour's teach-
ing with Authority. IV.
364.

The Danger of following Au-
thorities without Examina-
tion. I. 30. Preface.
Awakening of the World, to a
Consideration of Christian
Religion, an effect of Per-
secution. I. 300.

B

BAckbiting. The Evil of it.
II. 118.
Bad Christians. The several
sorts of them. II. 52, &c.
Bashsulness betrays to sinful Com-
pliances. IV. 229.

D d 3 Beam.

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