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To his much honoured and beloved Kinsman, Mr. John Flavel, of London, Merchant, and his virtuous Consort, the Author wisheth Grace, Mercy, and Peace.

To the Christian Readers,

The Fountain of Life

Sermon 1 Opens the Excellency of the Subject.

Sermon 2. Sets forth Christ in his essential en primeval Glory.

Sermon 3. Opens the Covenant of Redemption betwixt the Father and the Redeemer.

Sermon 4. Opens the admirable love of God in giving his own Son for us.

Sermon 5. Of Christ's wonderful Person.

Sermon 6. Of the Authority by which Christ, as Mediator, acted.

Sermon 7. Of the Solemn Consecration of the Mediator.

Sermon 8. Of the Nature of Christ's Mediation.

Sermon 9. The first Branch of Christ's Prophetical Office, consisting in the Revelation of the Will of God.

Sermon 10. The second Branch of Christ's Prophetical Office, consisting in the Illumination of the Understanding.

Sermon 11. The Nature and necessity of the Priesthood of Christ.

Sermon 12. Of the Excellency of our High-Priest's Oblation, being the first Act or Part of His Priestly Office.

Sermon 13. Of the Intercession of Christ our High-priest, being the second Act or Part of his Priestly Office.

Sermon 14. A Vindication of the Satisfaction of Christ, as the first Effect or Fruit of his Priesthood.

Sermon 15. Of the blessed Inheritance purchased by the Oblation of Christ, being the second Effect or Fruit of his Priesthood.

Sermon 16. Of the Kingly Office of Christ, as it is executed spiritually upon the Souls of the Redeemed.

Sermon 17. Of the Kingly Office of Christ, as it is providentially executed in the World, for the Redeemed.

Sermon 18. Of the Necessity of Christ's Humiliation, in order to the Execution of all these his blessed Offices for us; and particularly of his Humiliation by Incarnation.

Sermon 19. Of Christ's Humiliation in his Life.

Sermon 20. Of Christ's Humiliation unto Death, in his first preparative Act for it.

Sermon 21. The second preparative Act of Christ for his own Death.

Sermon 22. The third preparative Act of Christ for his own Death.

Sermon 23. The first Preparation for Christ's Death, on his Enemies Part, by the treason at Judas.

Sermon 24. The second and third Preparatives for the Death of Christ, by his illegal Trial and Condemnation.

Sermon 25. Christ's memorable Address to the Daughters of Jerusalem, in his Way to the Place of his Execution.

Sermon 26. Of the Nature and Quality of Christ's Death.

Sermon 27. Of the signal Providence, which directed and ordered the Title affixed to the cross of Christ.

Sermon 28. Of the manner of Christ's Death, in respect to the Solitariness thereof.

Sermon 29. Of the manner of Christ's Death, in respect of the Patience thereof.

Sermon 30. Of the Instructiveness of the Death of Christ, in his seven last Words; the first of which is here illustrated.

Sermon 31. The second excellent Word of Christ upon the Cross, illustrated.

Sermon 32. The third of Christ's last Words upon the Cross, illustrated.

Sermon 33. The fourth excellent Saying of Christ upon the Cross, illustrated.

Sermon 34. The fifth excellent Saying of Christ upon the Cross, illustrated.

Sermon 35. The sixth excellent Saying of Christ upon the Cross, illustrated.

Sermon 36. The seventh and last Word with which Christ breathed out his Soul, illustrated.

Sermon 37. Christ's Funeral illustrated, in its Manner, Reasons, and excellent Ends.

Sermon 38. Wherein four weighty Ends of Christ's Humiliation are opened, and particularly applied.

Sermon 39. Wherein the Resurrection of CHRIST, with its influences upon the Saints Resurrection, is clearly opened, and comfortably applied, being the first Step of his Exaltation.

Sermon 40. The Ascension of Christ illustrated, and variously improved, being the Second Step of his Exaltation.

Sermon 41. The Session of Christ at God's right-hand explained and applied, being the third Step of his glorious Exaltation.

Sermon 42. Christ's Advent to Judgement, being the fourth and last Degree of his Exaltation, illustrated and improved.

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