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Of the MOST REVEREND
Dr. JOHN TILLOTSON,
Lord Archbishop of CANTERBURY.
IN TEN VOLUMES.
VÓ L. IX.
EDINBURGH and GLASGOW:
Printed for G. HAMILTON and J. BALFOUR, W. SANDS,
SERM. CCIV. CCV. CCVI. Of the form, and the power of
godliness. 2 Tim. iii. 3. Having a form of godliness, but de-
SERM. CCVII. CCVIII. CCIX. Of the neceffity of good works.
tbou affirm conftantly, that they which have believed in God,
might be careful to maintain good works. These things are good
SERM. CCX. Of doing all to the glory of God. I Cor. x. 31.
Whether therefore ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to
SERM. CCXI. Doing good, a fecurity against injuries from men.
1 Pet. iii. 13. And who is be that will barm you, if ye be follow-
SERM. CCXII. Of diligence in our general and particular calling.
Eccl. ix. 10. Whatsoever thy band findeth to do, do it with thy
might: for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wif-
dom in the grave, whither thou goeft
SERM. CCXIII. Of the bleffednefs of giving, more than that
of receiving, Acts xx. 35. The latter part of the verfe: And
to remember the words of the Lord Jefus, bow be faid, It
is more bleed to give, than to receive. The whole verfe runs
thus, I bave fhewed you all things, bew that fo labouring, ye
ought to fupport the weak, and to remember the words of the Lord
Jefus, bow be faid, It is more blessed to give, than to re-
SERM. CCXIV. The evil of corrupt communication. Eph. iv.
29. Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth; but
that which is good to the ufe of edifying, that it may minifter grace
SERM. CCXV. CCXVI. CCXVII. CCXVIII. The true reme-
dy against the troubles of life. John xiv. 1. Let not you beart
be troubled; ye believe in God, believe alfo in me 146. 157.
SERM.CCXIX.CCXX.CCXXI.CCXXII.CCXXIII.CCXXIV. Of the nature of faith in general. Of a religious and divine faith. Of the faith or perfuafion of a divine revelation. Of the teftimony of the Spirit to the truth of the gospel. The efficacy, ufefulness, and reasonableneís of divine faith. Heb. xi. 6. But without faith it is impoffible to please God 190. 203. 218. 229. 3,255
SERM. CCXXV. CCXXVI. CCXXVII. CCXXVIII. Of the Chriftian faith, the means of its conveyance, and our obligation to receive it. Of the Chriftian faith, which fanctifies, juftifies, and faves. Of justifying faith. The condition of the gofpel-covenant, and the merit of Chrift, confiftent. John xx. 31. But thefe are written, that ye might believe that Jefus is the Chrift, the Son of God, and that believing ye might have life through his name 272. 284. 297. 309
SERM. CCXXIX. CCXXX. CCXXXI. Of the miracles wrought in confirmation of Chriftianity. Heb. ii. 4. God alfo bearing them witness, both with signs, and wonders, and with divers miracles, and gifts of the Holy Ghoft, according to bis own ·will -323.342 354
SERM. CCXXXII. CCXXXIII. The advantages of truth in op→ position to error. John iv. 4. 5. Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than be that is in the world. They are of the world: therefore Speak they of the world, and the world beareth them 365. 376
SEAM. CCXXXIV. CCXXXV. CCXXXVI. The evidences of the truth of the Chriftian religion; with the cause, and the danger of infidelity. 2 Cor. iv. 3. 4. But if our gofpel be hid, it is bid to them that are luft: in whom the god of this world bath blinded the minds of them which believe not, left the light of the glorious gofpel of Chrift, who is the image of God, fhould fine unto them 386. 396. 408