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1. Folly of a death-bed repentance. (CALAMY.)
1. Christ among the Rabbies in the Temple. (EDITOR.) i. 135
2. Presumption and ambition condemned. (JORTIN.) i. 142
2. Objects and qualifications of Prayer. (CLARKE.) i.
1. Modes of overcoming evil by good. (BLAIR.)
1. Mortality convenient and useful. (JORTIN.)
2. Nature and influence of the fear of God. (ROGERS.) i.
Virtues and qualifications of Martyrs. (STANHOPE.) i.
ST. JAMES the Greater.
The Lord's Prayer explained. (JORTIN.)
ST. JAMES and ST. PHILIP.
Utility of afflictions. (JORTIN.)
JANUARY the 30th.
Doctrine of a national Providence. (PORTEUS.)
ST. JOHN the Evangelist.
On Christian Friendship. (PORTEUS.)
1. Practice must be proportioned to knowledge. (TIL-
2. Nature, motives, and rules, of repentance.(HORNE.) i. 289
1. Sacrifice of Christ and of the Christian.(WATERLAND.) i. 297
2. Blessedness of keeping the Word. (STANHOPE.) i. 304
1. Motives to the exercise of Self-denial. (HORNE.) i. 312
ST. LUKE'S Day.
The Labourers and Harvest. (STANHOPE.)
Deceivers and deceived, in doctrines. (WATERLAND.) ii. 435
A Christian forsakes all for Christ. (GISBORNE.) ii. 494
ST. MATTHIAS' DAY.
Institution of the Apostolic office. (JORTIN.)
Circumstances of St. Paul's Conversion. (DEHON.) ii. 404
ST. PETER'S Day.
Doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church. (JORTIN.) ii. 470
ST. PHILIP's Day.
Utility of affliction. (STANHOPE.)
PURIFICATION of the Virgin Mary.
Simeon's prophecy. (JORTIN.)
2. Characteristics of Christian Charity. (JORTIN.)
1. Blind Bartimeus healed. (DEHON.)
1. Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. (EDITOR.) i. 218
1. Christ the guest of a Pharisee. (EDITOR.)
1. Abuses of speech. (JORTIN.)
2. Shadrach and his companions. (ROBINSON.)
1. Justice, Mercy, and Humility. (EDITOR.)
2. Gratitude and Thanksgiving. (JORTIN.)
2. The Just shall live by Faith. (CARR.)
2. Opportunities of doing good. (PORTEUS.)
2. Increase of loaves and fishes. (EDITOR.)
Twenty-sixth Sunday after.
1. Methods of cultivating Friendship. (BLAIR.)
2. Men the causes of their own sufferings. (BLAIR.) ii.
1. The unspeakable Gift. (HORNE.)
2. Miraculous gifts, conferred on the Apostles.
On the Christian Sacraments; addressed to those designed for