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CONTENTS OF THE THIRD VOLUME.

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SERMON LXXXVII. Regeneration. Its Consequences : Perseverance.-

Prov. iv. 18.
SERMON LXXXVIII. Regeneration. Its Evidences : What are not Evi-

dences.--2 Cor. xiii. 5.
SERMON LXXXIX. Regeneration. Its Evidences : What are real Evi-

dences.--2 Cor. xiii. 5.
SERMON XC. Regeneration. Its Evidences : Difficulties attending the

application of these Evidences to ourselves.—2 Cor. xiii. 5.

SERMON XCI. The Law of God. Its Perfect Character: Comprehended

in the Two Great Commandments.-Psalm xix. 7.

SERMON XCII. The Law of God. The First Great Commandment: Love

to God.-Mark xü. 28-30.

SERMON XCIII. The Law of God. The First Great Commandment : Rev.

erence of God.-Job xxviii. 28.

SERMON XCIV. The Law of God. The First Great Commandment : Hu-

mility.-1 Pel. v. 5.

SERMON XCV. The Law of God. The First Great Commandment : Re-

signation.Luke xxii. 41, 42.

SERMON XCVI. The Law of God. The Second Great Commandment :

Love to our Neighbour.-Mark xii. 31.

SERMON XCVII. The Law of God. The Second Great Commandment:

The Effects of Benevolence on Personal Happiness.-Acts xx. 35.

SERMON XCVIII. The Law of God. The Second Great Commandment:

The Effects of Benevolence on Public Happiness.-Acts xx. 35.

SERMON XCIX. The Law of God. The Second Great Commandment:

Utility the Foundation of Virtue.-Acts xx. 35.

SERMON C. The Law of God. Comprehended in the Decalogue : The

First Commandment.-Ex. XX. 3.

SERMON CI. The Law of God. The Second Commandment.-Ex. xx.

4-6.

SERMON CII. The Law of God. The Third Commandment: The Na-

ture of Profaneness.—Ex. xx. 7.

SERMON CIII. The Law of God. The Third Commandment: The Guilt

of Profaneness.-Ex. xx. 7.

SERMON CIV. The Law of God. The Third Commandment: The Danger

of Profaneness.- Ex. xx. 7.

SERMON CV. The Fourth Commandment. The Perpetuity of the Sab-

bath.-Ex. XX 8-11.

SERMON CVI. The Fourth Commandment. The Perpetuity and Change

of the Sabbath.-EX. XX. 8–11.

SERMON CVII. The Fourth Commandment. Objectious answered.—Heb.

iy, 9.

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