I came not to call the Righteous, but

Sinners to Repentances . . 167 Serm. IX. The Excellency of

Moral Qualifications. :: Acts xi, 24. For. he was a goad man, and frill of the i Holy Ghost.

189 SERM. X. XI. . Of Humility...

St ŁUKE xiv. 11. For whosoever exalteth himself, Mall be abased; and be that bumbleth himself,

fkall be exalted. .. 207, 233 SER M: XIL Of Poverty of Spirit.

St Matt. v. 3. Blessed are the Poor in Spirit; for Theirs

is the Kingdom of Heaven. 259 Serm. XIII. XIV. Of the Virtue

of Charity ... POI COR. Xüi. 3: And though I bestow all my Goods to feed


· the Poor , and though I give my Body to .. be burned, and have not cbarity, it

profiteth me nothing.. .. 281, 305 Serm. XV. The Nature of Rela

tive Duties.

Col. iii. 20, 21, 22. Children, obey your Parents in all things ;

for This is well-pleasing unto the Lord. Fathers, provoke not your Children to Anger, left they be discouraged. Servants, obey in all things your Masters according to the Fles.

. 329 Ser M. XVI. The Inconsistency of

the Love of God, with the Love of the World.

1 Joư. ii. 15. Love not the World, neither the things that

are in the World: If any man love the World, the Love of the Father is not in bim,



Serm. XVII. The Folly of mock

ing at Sin.“ iiPROV, xiv. 9. Fools make a Mock ats




Of the Liberty of Moral Agents.

.::. St Joh. viii. 32.
And ye mall know the Truth, and
the Truth fall make you Free.

SOMHE Evangelist, in the fore-S ER MÖ

going part of this Chapter, I. having recorded a large Difcourse of our Saviour's con

cerning his being the Light of the World, or, the Teacher of true Religion, ver. 12; concerning the Testimony he. bore of himself by the Nature



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