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CONTENTS TO VOL. V.

SERMONS.

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LXXXV. The Sin and Danger of adding to the Doctrine of the Gospel

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LXXXVI. LXXXVII. LXXXVIII. Honesty the best Preservative against dangerous Mistakes in Religion

19. 34. 51

LXXXIX. The Nature of Covetousness

65

XC. XCI. XCII. The Evil and Unreasonableness of Covetousness

81. 96. 112

XCIII. XC1V. Religion, our first and great Concernment

128. 145

XCV. The Wisdom of Religion

163

XCVI. XCVII. The Nature and Influence of the Promises of the Gospel

182. 197

XCV1II. XCIX. The Support of good Men under their Sufferings for Religion

209. 237

C. Of the Work assigned to every Man, and the Season for doing it

255

CI. Of the great Duties of Natural Religion, with the Ways and Means of knowing them

273

CII. Instituted Religion not intended to under mine Natural

298

CIII. CIV. Christianity doth not destroy, but perfect the Law of Moses

323. 339
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CV. CVI. CVII. CVIII. CIX. Of the Nature of Regeneration, and its Necessity, in order to Justification and Salvation

354. 369. 384. 398. 412

CX. CXI. The Danger of all known Sin, both from the Light of Nature and Revelation

427. 449

CXII. Knowledge and Practice necessary in Religion

472

CXIII. Practice in Religion necessary, in proportion to our Knowledge

490

CXIV. CXV. The Sins of Men not chargeable upon God; but upon themselves

508. 533

CXV1. Proving Jesus to be the Messias

554
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