The works of Robert Hall. With a brief memoir of his life, by dr. Gregory; and observations on his character as a preacher, by J. Foster. Publ. under the superintendence of O. Gregory, Volume 5

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Contents

On the extreme Corruption of Mankind before the General Deluge
80
On the End of Mans Existence
92
Claims of the Flesh
97
On the Cause Agent and Purpose of Regene ration
108
On Spiritual Death
120
On Conversion as illustrated by that of St Paul
127
On the Conversion of St Paul
136
The Lamb slain the object of Rapture to the Heavenly Hosts
149
The Glory of Christs Kingdom
158
On Spiritual Leprosy
167
On Spiritual Leprosy
174
On Counting the Cost
185
To Mr J E Ryland Extract 537 LXXI To Mrs Langdon On the Death of her Hus band 539
186
Parallel between the War with the Canaanitish Nations and that of Believers with their Spiritual Enemies
196
On the Law of God in the Heart
208
On Prayer for the Increase of Faith
218
Second Discourse on Prayer for the Increase of Faith
223
On Wisdom 227 XXV On Engagedness of Heart in approaching unto God
236
On Family Worship
245
Reflections on the Inevitable Lot of Human Life
262
On Chastisement resulting in Penitence 273 XXIX On the Comforts of Christians under either Worldly or Spiritual Trials
279
On Humility before God
286
On Patience 297 XXXII On Candour and Liberality as evinced in pro moting the Erection of Places of Worship 303 XXXIII On the Reward of the Pi...
327
On the Origin and Import of the Name Christians
340
On Love of the Brethren as a Criterion of a State of Salvation
353
On the Duty of Intercession
364
Gods Eternity considered in Reference to the Suspension of his promised Purposes
371
The LordsDay commemorative of Christs Resurrection
380
Christs Care over Churches and Ministers
386
XLT No Temple in Heaven
392
LETTERS Page I To the Baptist Church Broadmead Bristol
405
To the Rev Isaiah Birt Plymouth
407
Accepting the Pastoral Charge of the Baptist Church at Cambridge
409
To Miss Wilkins afterwards Mrs Fysh of Camherwell
410
To Mrs Fysh of Camberwell on the Death of her Sister Mrs Parsons
413
To the Rev James Phillips Haverfordwest
417
To the Rev James Phillips
419
To the Rev James Phillips
423
To Mrs Tucker Plymouth Dock
425
To Mrs Tucker
427
To Mr Hewitt Fysh Camberwell on the Death of Mrs Fysh
430
To Dr Gregory Origin and Object of the Eclectic Review
433
To William Hollick Esq of Whittlesford near Cambridge On his own Recovery from a severe Malady
434
To Dr Gregory On the Certainty attending Religious Knowledge
436
To William Hollick Esq On his Recovery from a second Attack
439
To the Rev James Phillips
442
To the Church of Christ of the Baptist Per suasion in Cambridge On resigning the Pastoral Charge
443
The Baptist Church at Cambridge to the Rev Robert Hall In Reply to the preceding
445
To Mr Newton Bosworth Cambridge
447
To the Rev James Phillips
450
To the Rev Dr Cox
453
To R Foster Jun Esq Cambridge
469
To Joseph Gutteridge Esq Denmark Hill Camberwell
471
From Mr Gutteridge to Mr Hall Proposing that he should preach a Series of Lectures in London
472
To Joseph Gutteridge Esq In Reply to the preceding
474
To Joseph Gutteridge Esq On the same Subject
476
To the Rev James Phillips
478
Extract of a Letter to Mrs Angas Newcastle uponTyne
481
To Mr Newton Bosworth Cambridge 482 XXXVIII To my young Friends of Mr Edmondss Con gregation
485
Extract from a Letter to the Rev W Button
486
To the Rev James Phillips Clapham On Occasion of the Death of his own Son
487
To the Rev W Button
488
To the Rev Dr Fletcher of Blackburn now of Stepney
490
To the Rev Dr Fletcher
491
To Dr Ryland
493
To Mr Josiah Conder
495
To the Rev W Chaplin Bishop Stortford
497
To Dr Ryland
499
Extract from a Letter to the Rev W Button
500
To the ReV Thomas Grinfield Clifton
501
To Dr Ryland On Public Missionary Meet ings
502
To Dr Ryland
505
To Dr Ryland Extract
506
To Dr Gregory on the death of Mr Boswell Brandon Beddome
508
To the Rev Thomas Langdon Leeds
511
To Dr Ryland
512
Extract from a Letter to the Rev W Button
517
To the Rev James Phillips Extract ibid LX To the Rev Thomas Grinfield Clifton What Doctrines are Fundamental?
518
To the Rev Joseph Ivimey London
521
To Mrs Tucker
523
To the Rev Thomas Langdon
525
To a Gentleman at Trinity College Cambridge On Future Punishment
527
To Richard Foster Jun Esq
529
To the Rev Isaiah Birt
531
To the Rev Thomas Langdon of Leeds On the Death of his Daughter
532
To the Rev Thomas Grinfield Clifton On Hutchinsonianism
533
To the Rev In Reply to a Request to write a Review
535
To J B Williams Esq Shrewsbury
541
To Mr J E Ryland
542
To Mr J E Ryland On Dr Rylands Death
544
To Mrs Ryland On the same
545
To Mr Arthur Tozer Bristol In reference to Mr Halls removal to Broadmead
546
To the same
551
To the same
553
To the Church of Christ assembling in Broad mead Bristol
555
To the Rev P J Saffery of Salisbury
556
To the Rev Dr J P Smith Homerton
557
To W B Gurney Esq On the death of Mrs Gurney
560
To Ebenezer Foster Esq
562
To James Nutter Esq Shelford near Cam
564
bridge
565
To Ebenezer Foster Esq Cambridge
566

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Page 29 - Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for our sakes he became poor, that we through his poverty might be rich.
Page 360 - And you, that were sometime alienated and enemies in your mind by wicked works, yet now hath he reconciled...
Page 358 - At that day ye shall ask in my name: and I say not unto you, that I will pray the Father for you: for the Father Himself loveth you, because ye have loved me, and have believed that I came out from God.
Page 278 - For many walk, of whom I have told you often, and now tell you even weeping, that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ, whose end is destruction, whose god is their belly, and whose glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things.
Page 507 - But God's ways are not as our ways ; nor his thoughts as our thoughts.
Page 307 - Now if the fall of them be the riches of the world, and the diminishing of them the riches of the Gentiles ; how much more their fulness?
Page 201 - And out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations : and he shall rule them with a rod of iron : and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God. And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.
Page 228 - Knowledge dwells In heads replete with thoughts of other men, Wisdom in minds attentive to their own.
Page 300 - Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour, 'whom resist stedfast in the faith, knowing that the same afflictions are accomplished in your brethren that are in the world.
Page 369 - But beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

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