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SERM. LXXXVI. The fin and danger of adding to the do-
&trine of the gospel.- Galat. i. 8, 9. But though we,
or an Angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you, than
that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. As
we faid before, fo fay I now again, if any man preach any o-
ther gofpel unto you, than that ye have received, let him be ac-
SERM, LXXXVII, LXXXVIII, LXXXIX. Honesty the
best preservative againft dangerous mistakes in religion.
John vii. 17. If any man will do his will, he fall
know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I fpeak
SERM. XC. The nature of covetoufnefs.-
15. And he faid unto them, Take heed and beware of covetous-
nefs; for a man's life confiftetb not in the abundance of the things
SERM. XCI, XCII, XCIII. The evil and unreasonableness
them, Take heed and beware of covetousness; for a man's life
confifteth not in the abundance of the things which he poffefeth.
SERM. XCIV, XCV. Religion, our firft and great concern-
Matth. vi. 33. But feek ye firft the kingdom
of God, and his righteousness, and all these things fall be added
SERM. XCVI. The wifdom of religion.-
96. I have feen an end of all perfection; but thy commandment
SERM. XCVII, XCVIII. The nature and influence of the
promises of the gofpel.-
given unto us exceeding great and precious promifes; that by
thefe ye might be partakers of the divine nature.
SERM. XCIX, C. The fupport of good men under their
fufferings for religion.- 1 Pet iv. 19. Wherefore, let
them that fuffer according to the will of God, commit the keeping
of their fouls to him in well-doing, as unto a faithful Crea-
SERM. CI. Of the work affigned to every man, and the
feafon for doing it.-
works of him that fent me, while it is day, the night cometh
SERM. CII. Of the great duties of natural religion, with the
ways and means of knowing them..
7, 8. Wherewith fhall I come before the Lord, and bow myself be-
fore the high God? fhall I come before him with burnt offerings,
Will the Lord be pleafed with thousands of rams, or with ten thou-
fands of rivers of oil? fhall I give my fir-born for my trans-
greffion, the fruit of my body for the fin of my
He hath fhewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the Lord
require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk
SERM. CIII. Inftituted religion not intended to undermine
that meaneth, I will have mercy and not sacrifice.
SERM. CIV, CV. Christianity doth not deftroy, but perfect
the law of Mofes.-
am come to destroy the law or the prophets; I am not come to
SERM. CVI, CVII, CVIII, CIX, CX.
ture of regeneration, and its neceffity, in order to jufti-
fication and falvation.-
Fefus neither circumcision availeth any thing, nor uncircumcifion ;
SERM. CXI. CXII. The danger of all known fin, both from
the light of nature and revelation.
19. For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against
all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in
unrighteousness; because that which may be known of God is
manifeft in them; for God hath fhewed it unto them.
SERM. CXIII. Knowledge and practice neceffary in religion.-
John xiii. 17. If ye know these things, happy are
SERM. CXIV. Practice in religion neceffary, in proportion
BERM. CXV. CXVI. The fins of men not chargeable upon
no man fay when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for