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SERMON VI. The righteousness of Jesus infinitely suffi
cient for the justification of all who em
brace it. ROMANS X. 4-For Christ is the end of the
law for righteousness to every one that believeth.
SERMON VII. The agency of God the Father in the ap
pointment of Christ to his Mediatorial un
dertaking. A SACRAMENTAL SERMON. Romans iii. 25—Whom God hath set forth
to be a propitiation through faith in his blood.
SERMON VIII. The sovereign agency of God in determin
ing the heirs of salvation. 1. PETER i. 2—Elect according to the fore
knowledge of God the Father.
SERMON IX. The condescension of the Eternal Son in
becoming our Surety. 2. Cor. viii. 9—For ye know the grace of
our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor.
SERMON X. The blessings which result to us from his
mediation. 2. Cor. viii. 9—That ye through his poverty
might be rich,
SERMONS XI. and XII. The Holy Ghost the great agent in our re
generation, and his mercy illustriously
manifested in that work. EPHES. ii. 4, 5—But God who is rich in
mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us, even when we were dead in sins, hall quickened us together with Christ.
SERMON XIII. The christian's certain progress to perfec
tion. Job xvii. 9—The righteous also shall hold on
SERMON XIV. His future felicity and glory. Col. ii. 4-When Christ, who is our life,
shall appear, then shall ye also appear with him in glory.
SERMON XV. The superior privileges of the heavenly
world. Phil. i. 23—Having a desire to depart, and
to be with Christ, which is far better.
SERMON XVI. Our ruin in the first Adam more than repair
ed by our recovery in the second. ROMANS v. 20—Where sin abounded, grace
did much more abound.