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CONTENTS TO VOL. X.

SERMONS.

Page
CCXLV.—

The Ground of bad Men’s Enmity to the Truth

1
CCXLVI.—

True Liberty the Result of Christianity

18
CCXLVII.—

The Duty of improving the present Opportunity and Advantages of the Gospel

36
CCXLVIII.—

The Folly of hazarding eternal Life for temporal Enjoyments

54
CCXLIX. CCL.—

The Reasonableness of fearing Godmore than Man

72. 87
CCLI. CCLII.—

The Efficacy of Prayer for obtaining the Holy Spirit

99-117
CCLIII.—

The bad and good Use of God’s signal Judgments upon others

133
CCLIV.—

Of the Rule of Equity to be observed among Men

160

PRAYERS composed by Archbishop Tillotson: to which is added, A short Discourse to his Servants before the Sacrament

196-210

A Form of Prayers, used by his Majesty King William III. when he received the Holy Sacrament, and on other Occasions

213-223

The Rule of Faith, in Answer to Mr. Sergeant

225
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