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BY THE REV. CHARLES SIMEON, M. A.
Fellow of King'! College. Cambridge,
ScwJ y to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly
FIRST AMERICAN EDITION.
PRINTED VOR, AND PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM W. WOODWARD,
TO THE SUBJECTS OF VOLUME FOURTH.
343 God's voice to sinners I. General
344 - His determination to fulfil his word
345 - Our entire dependence on him , •,, •
346 • The destructive influence of sinners
347 • The evil of an unconverted state
348 - The wickedness and madness of unregene
•349 - The aversion they have to God and his ways
350 . The mutual abhorrence that subsists between
God and them - ,
351 - The danger of disregarding the word of God
352 - * The sinfulness of-confounding good and evil
353 • The vanity of a sinful life
354 - The present bitterness of sin
355 "God discovers our most secret sins
356 • * The certainty that sin will find us out
357 • The eternal consequences of sin
358 - The character and end of the wicked
3.59 1 - The difference that will be put between the righteous and the wicked
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