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W O R K S

OF THE REVEREND

MR. JOHN

F LA V E L

Late MINISTER of the Gospel at Dartmouth in Devon.

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

TO WHICH IS ADDED,

An Alphabetical TABLE of the principal Matters con-

tained in the Whole.

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And fold at the Shop of A. Weir, near the Cross.

MDCCLX X.

CO N T E N T S.

The FOUNTAIN of LIFE opened up.

Pag.

22

S E R M O N XXXVIII.
Wherein four weighty Ends of Christ's Humiliation are

opened, and particularly applied.
Isa. lii. 2. “He shall see the travail of his soul, and be satis-
“ fied,"

SE RM Ο Ν XXXIX.
Wherein the Resurrection of Christ, with its Influences

upon the Saints Resurrection, is clearly opened, and
comfortably applied, being the first step of his Exalta-

tion. Matth. xxvii. 6. “ He is not here ; for he is risen, as he said: come, see the place where the Lord lay,"

§ E R M ON XL. Wherein the Ascension of Christ is opened, and variously

improved, being the second Step of bis Exaltation. John xx. 17. “ Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not: for I am

ascended to my Father : but go to my brethren, “ and fay unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Fa" ther; and to my God, and your God,”.

38 S E R M Ο Ν XLI. Wherein Christ's sitting at God's right-hand is explained

and applied, being the third Step of his glorious Exaltation.

- When he had by himself purged our fins, sat. “ down on the right-hand of the majesty on high,"

43 S E R M Ο Ν XLII. Wherein Christ coming to Judgment, being the fourth and

last Degree of his Exaltation, is opened and improved. A&s x. 42. “ And he commanded us to preach unto the people,

“ and to testify that it is he which was ordained of God to be " the Judge of quick and dead,"

55

not yet

Heb. i. 3.

The METHOD of Grace in the Gospel-Redemp-

tion.

Pag.

The epistle Dedicatory,

95

to the Reader,

S E R M ON 1.

Opening the general Nature of effectual Application.

I Cor. i.

30. “But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God

“ is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctifica-

" tion, and redemption,"

107

S E R M'ON II.

Wherein the Believer's union with Christ is stated and o-

pened, as a principal Part of Gospel-Applications.

John xvii. 23. “I in them, and thou in me, that they may be

“ made perfect in one,

127

S E RM N III.

Opening the Nature and Use of the Gospel-ministry, as an

external means of applying Christ.

2 Cor. v. 20. “ Now then, we are anıbassadors for Christ, as

though God did beleech you by us : we pray you in

“ Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God,"

144

S E RM O N

Explaining the Work of the Spirit, as the internal, and

most effectual Means of the Application of Christ.

Jolin vi. 44. “No mau can come to me, except the Father

" which hath feat me, draw him,"

163

S E R M O N V.

Opening the work of the Spirit more particularly, by

which the Soul is enabled to apply Chrift.

Eph. ii. 1. “And you hath he quickened who were dead in

“ trespasses and fins,"

182

S E R M ON VI,

Describing that Act on our Part, by which we do actually

.and effectually apply Christ to our owo Souls.

John i. 12. " But as many as received him, to them gave

he

power to become the sons of God, even to them that

believe on his name,”

209

S E R M ON VII.

John i. 12. “But as many as received him," &c.

222

S E R M ON VIII.

Setting forth the believer's fellowship with Christ, the

next End of his Application to them.

Psalm xlv. 74 “--Therefore God thy God, hath anointed

" thee with the oil of gladaess above thy fellows,". 234

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S E R M ON IX.

Containing the first general Use of Exhortation, inviting

all Men to apply Jesus Christ.

Matth. xi. 28. “Come uoto me, all ye that labour, and are

heavy laden, and I will give you rest."

259

SERMON X.

Wherein the general Exhortation is enforced, by one Mo-

tive drawn from the first Title of Christ.

Matth. ix. 12. “ But when Jesus heard that, he said unto them,

They that be whole need not a physician, but they that

are fick,"

294

S E R Μ Ο Ν XI.

Containing the second Motive to enforce the general Ex-

hortation, from a second Title of Christ.

Luke i. 72. "To perform the mercy promised to our fathers,

« and remember his holy covenant,

307

S E R M O N XII.

Containing a third Motive to enliven the general Exhorta-

cion, from a third Title of Christ.

Cant. . Part of Verse 16. “Yea, He is altogether lovely," 320

S E R M O N XIII.

Alluring the Hearts of men to come to Christ, by a fourth

Motive contained in another Title of Christ.

Haggai ü. 7. " And the desire of all nations shall come,” 332

S E R M 0 N XIV.

Containing the fifth Motive to apply Chrift, drawn from a-

nother excellent Title of Christ.

1 Cor. ii. 8. “ Which none of the princes of this world have

“ known, for had they 'known him, they would not have

“ crucified the Lord of glory,”

343

S E R M ON XV.

Opening the sixth Motive to come to Christ, contained in

the sixth and last Title of Christ.'

Luke ii, 25. “Waiting for the [Consolation] of Israel,"

351

S E R M () N XVI.

Enforcing the general Exhortation, by a seventh Motive

drawn from the first Benefit purchased by Christ,

Eph. i. 7. “In whom we have redemption through his blood,

" the forgiveness of fins, according to the riches of his

grace,”

360

S E R M 0 N XVII.

Opening the eighth Motive to come to Christ, drawn from

the sixth Benefit purchased by Christ for Believers.

Eph. i. 6. “To the praise of the glory of his grace, wherein

as he bath made us accepted in the Belovedl,"

369

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