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SermonThe Appearance of Christ in Human Nature, part 1
      AND THE DISCOVERIES OF HIMSELF TO HIS PEOPLE, COMPARABLE TO THE LIGHT OF THE MORNING 2 SAMUEL 23:4 And he shall be as the light of the morning when the sun riseth, even a morning without clouds. In a former discourse we considered the preceding verse, He that ruleth over men must be just, ruling in the fear of God. Now of this same Ruler
SermonThe Appearance of Christ in Human Nature, part 2
      AND THE DISCOVERIES OF HIMSELF TO HIS PEOPLE, COMPARABLE TO THE LIGHT OF THE MORNING, AND TO THE TENDER GRASS SPRINGING OUT OF THE EARTH, BY CLEAR SHINING AFTER RAIN. 2 SAMUEL 23:4 And He shall be as the light of the morning when the sun riseth, even a morning without clouds; as the tender grass springing out of the earth, by clear shining
PamphletThe Argument From Apostolic Tradition, In Favor of Infant-Baptism
      With OTHERS, advanced in a late Pamphlet, called, The Baptism of Infants a reasonable Service, etc. considered; It is with reluctance I enter again into the controversy about baptism; not from any consciousness either of the badness or weakness of the cause I am engaged in; but partly on account of other work upon my hands, which I chose not t
SermonThe Character and End of the Wicked, Considered
      2 SAMUEL 23:6, 7. But the Sons of Belial, shall be, all of them, as thorns thrust away: because they cannot be taken with hands; but the man that shall touch them, must be fenced with iron, and the staff of a spear: and they shall be utterly burned with fire in the same place. This is the closing part of the last words of David; and it is the
SermonThe Character of a Ruler over Men: Just, Ruling in the Fear of God; Found with Christ
      2 SAMUEL 23:3 He that ruleth over men must be just, ruling in the fear of God. These words may be considered as a declaration of what ought to be in every one that bears the character of a Ruler over men. lie ought to consider, that he is a ruler of men, and not of brutes that he should be just; just to men in protecting their persons and pro
SermonThe Dejected Believer's Soliloquy
      A Discourse, occasioned In, the Decease of Mrs. Ann Button. PSALM 40:11 Why art thou cast down, O my Soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? Hope thou in God, for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God. The Psalmist (who, it is highly probable, was David), when he wrote this Psalm, seems to have been
ArticleThe Dissenter's Reasons for Separating from the Church of England
      Occasioned By A Letter wrote by a Welch Clergyman on the Duty of Catechizing Children. Intended chiefly for the Dissenters of the Baptist Denomination in Wales. Whereas Dissenters from the church of England are frequently charged with schism, and their separation is represented as unreasonable, and they are accounted an obstinate and contentio
PamphletThe Divine Right of Infant-Baptism, Examined and Disproved
      Being an Answer to a Pamphlet, Entitled, A brief Illustration and Confirmation of the Divine Right of Infant-Baptism. PRINTED AT BOSTON IN NEW-ENGLAND, 1746. CHAPTER 1. The Introduction, observing the Author, Title, method and occasion of writing the Pamphlet under consideration. Many being converted under the ministry of the word in
SermonThe Doctrine of Grace Cleared from the Charge of Licentiousness
      A Sermon, Preached at a Wednesday's Evening Lecture in Great-Eastcheap, December 28, 1737. 1 TIMOTHY 6:3 And to the doctrine which is according to godliness. The apostle Paul well understood the doctrine of the gospel, and its natural tendency to influence the lives of men; and was very much concerned for the honour and credit of it; tha
SermonThe Doctrine Of Imputed Righteousness Without Works, Asserted And Proved
       The Works of the LORD are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein. --PSALM 111:2 Even as David also describeth the Blessedness of the Man unto whom God imputeth Righteousness without Works.--ROMANS 4:6 This Epistle is written on purpose to state, explain, and vindicate, the doctrine of a sinner's justification before God, by
SermonThe Doctrine Of Justification, By The Righteousness Of Christ, Stated And Maintained
      ACTS 13:39 And by him all that believe are justified from all things, from which ye could not be justified by the law of Moses. This, and the preceding verse, appear, at first view, to contain those two great doctrines of the gospel, pardon of sin, and justification from it, the former of which I have largely insisted on, from the foregoing w
ArticleThe Doctrine of Predestination Stated, and Set in the Scripture Light
       In Opposition to Mr. Wesley's Predestination calmly Considered, with a Reply to the Exceptions of the said Writer to The Doctrine of the Perseverance of the Saints. Mr. Wesley having declared himself the author of the Serious Thoughts upon the Perseverance of the Saints, to which I lately returned an answer; has been pleased to shift the contr
SermonThe Doctrine of the Cherubim Opened and Explained
      A Sermon at the Ordination of the Reverend Mr. John Davis, at Waltham Abbey. Preached August 15, 1764. EZEKIEL 10:20 This is the living creature, that I saw under the God of Israel, by the river of Chebar; and I knew that they were the Cherubim. Being desired to say something to you, my Brother, on this occasion, relative to the ministeri
SermonThe Doctrine of the Cherubim Opened and Explained
      A Charge, Delivered At The Ordination Of The Rev. Mr. John Reynolds. 2 TIMOTHY 1:13 Hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me, in faith and love, which is in Christ Jesus. That part of the work of this day; which I have been derived to take, is to give the Charge to you, my Brother, who have been at this time ordained
ArticleThe Doctrine of the Saints Final Perseverance, Asserted and Vindicated
      In Answer to a late Pamphlet, called "SERIOUS THOUGHTS" on that Subject. The doctrine of the saints final perseverance in grace to glory, being a doctrine so fully expressed in the sacred scriptures, so clearly wrote there as with a sun-beam, having so large a compass of proof; as scarce any other doctrine has; ,a doctrine so agreeable to the
SermonThe Doctrine of the Wheels, in the Visions of Ezekiel, Opened and Explained
      A Sermon, Preached April 25, 1765, to an Assembly of Ministers and Churches, at the Meeting--house of the Rev. Mr. ANDERSON, in Grafton--Street, Westminster. EZEKIEL 10:13 As for the Wheels, it was cried unto them in my hearing, O Wheel. SOME time ago, on a public occasion, I delivered a discourse (since printed) concerning the Cherubim
LetterThe Doctrines of God's Everlasting Love to His Elect
      AND THEIR ETERNAL UNION WITH CHRIST: TOGETHER WITH SOME OTHER TRUTHS, STATED AND DEFENDED, In a Letter to Dr. Abraham Taylor. S I R, Having had the happiness of hearing, and since of reading, your two Discourses, Of the Insufficiency of Natural Religion (See Lime Street Lecture, ed.); I cannot but express a satisfaction with your method
SermonThe Duty of a Pastor to his People
      Preached At The Ordination Of The Reverend George Braithwaite, M.A. March 28, 1734. 2 TIMOTHY 4:16 Take heed unto thyself, and unto thy doctrine; for in doing this, thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee. The part of the work of this day assigned to me, is to give a word of exhortation to you, my Brother; who have been at t
SermonThe Elect of God, Chosen Vessels of Salvation, Filled with the Oil of Grace
      2 KINGS 4:6 And it came to pass, when the vessels were full, that she said unto her son, Bring me yet a vessel. And he said unto her, There is not a vessel more. And the oil stayed. IN the context is related a very remarkable case. A certain widow of a prophet, applied unto Elisha for relief in her distressed circumstances; and in a very wond
SermonThe Eyes of the Lord Upon, and His Power Engaged
      ON THE BEHALF OF THOSE WHOSE HEARTS ARE UPRIGHT TOWARDS HIM. 2 CHRONICLES 16:9 For the eyes f the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to shew himself strong in the behalf of them whose heart is perfect towards him. Notwithstanding Asa, king of Judah had received such remarkable tokens of divine goodness and power, in appearin

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