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CONTENTS.

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A PRACTICAL EXPOSITION OF THE LORD’S PRAYER.

Preface,

3

Introduction,

4

“Our Father which art in Heaven”

39

“Hallowed be thy name,”

66

“Thy kingdom come,”

90

“Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven,”

120

“Give us this day our daily bread,”

149

“And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors,”

167

“And lead us not into temptation,”

199

“But deliver us from evil,”

232

“For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory,”

243

“Forever. Amen.”

253
CHRIST’S TEMPTATION AND TRANSFIGURATION.

To the Reader,

257

The Temptation of Christ,

259

Sermon

I. Mat. iv. 1,

259

II. Mat. iv. 2-4,

267

III. Mat. iv. 5, 6,

276

IV. Mat. iv. 7,

286

V. Mat. iv. 8, 9,

301

VI. Mat. iv. 10,

313

VII. Mat. iv. 11,

323

The Transfiguration of Christ,

337

Sermon

I. Mat. xvii. 1; Luke ix. 28,

337

II. Mat. xvii. 2; Luke ix. 29,

347
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III. Mat. xvii. 3; Luke ix. 30, 31,

358

IV. Mat. xvii. 4; Luke ix. 32, 33,

370

V. Mat. xvii. 5,

382

VI. Mat. xvii. 5,

392

VII. Mat. xvii. 6-8,

402
CHRIST’S REDEMPTION AND ETERNAL EXISTENCE.

To the Christian Reader,

415

Sermon

I. Col. i. 14,

417

II. Col. i. 15,

427

III. Col. i. 16,

434

IV. Col. i. 17,

444

V. Col. i. 18,

453

VI. Col. i. 18,

464

VII. Col. i. 19; ii. 9,

476

VIII. Col. i. 20,

494
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