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Moral Certainty a sufficient Ground for the
Belief of Christianity.
2 Peter I. 16.
For we have not followed cunningly devised
Fables, when we made known unto you
the Power and Coming of our Lord Je-
sus Christ. Pag. t
Improbabilities not sufficient to invalidate
Hebrews X. 23.
Let us hold fall the Profession of our Faith
a 2 with- •without wavering: for he is faithful
that promised. P- 29
The usual Objections against Revelation
founded in Ignorance.
I C O R. I. 25.
cthe'FooliJhness of God is wiser than Men;
and the Weakness of God is stronger
than Men. p. 65
The usual Objections against Revelation,
1 Cor. I. 25.
<fhe Foolijhness of God is wiser than Men;
and the Weakness of God is stronger than
Men. p. 89
S E R M O N V.
The Damnatory Clauses in the Athana-
Sian Creed justified.
Mark XVI. 16.
He that believeth not Jhall be damned
The Being, Nature and Offices of Evil
I Pet. V. 9. latter Part.
'Your Adversary the Devil, as a
roaring Lion, walketb about, seeking
•whom he may devour. p. 155
Cariosity in unnecessary Matters censured
John XXI. 22.
// J will, that He tarry till 1 come,
•what is that to thee? Follow Thou me.
. p. 185
Delight in GOD the Origin and Perfection
of human Pleasure.
Psalm XXXVII. 4.
Delight Thyself also in the LORD; and
He (hall give Thee the Desires of thine
Heart. p. 201
The Duty of honouring the King found-
ed on the Fear of GOD.
i Pet. II. 17.
Fear GOD, Honour the King.
SE R M O N X.
Religious Pleasures productive of the great-
P R O V. III. I 7.
Her Ways are Ways of Fleasantnejs.
Of Anger, Meekness, &c.
A 3 E ? H E s.