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ERMON I. Of the Sin against the
MATT. xü. 31, 32. Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of Sin and Blasphemy fall be forgiven unto men; But the Blafphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men: And whosoever speaketh a Word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven bim; but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven bim neither in this World, neither in the World to come.
SERM. II. HI. Of receiving the Holy
Ghost. [Preached on Whitsunday.]
ACTs xix. 2, 3. He said unto them, Have je received the Holy Ghost fince ye believed? And they
said unto him, We have not so much as beard whether there be any Holy Ghost. And be said unto them, Unto what then were ye baptized?
SERM. IV. Of the Power and. Autho
rity of CHRIST. [Preached on Trinity-Sunday.]
St. MATT. xxviii. part 18, 19, 20. All power is given unto me in Heaven and
in Earth : Go ye therefore, and teach all Nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost : Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always even unto the End of the World.
SERM. V. Of the different Gifts of the
Spirit. (Preached on Trinity-Sunday.]
1 Cor. xii. 4, 5; 6. Now there are Diverhties of Gifts, but the Janie Spirit; And there are differences of Administrations, but the Same Lord; And there are diversities of Operations,
but it is the same God, which vorketh
DE U T. xxix. 29.
SERM. X. The Shortness and Vanity of
Humane Life. [Preached in Lent.]
JOB V. 6, 7. Although Afli&tion cometh not forth of the Duft
, neither doth Trouble spring out of the Ground; yet Man is born unto Trouble, as the Sparks fly upward.
SERM. XI. Of Relignation to the Di
vine Will in Affliction. [Preached in Lent.]
JOB v. 6, 7. Although Affliction cometh 'not forth of the
Dust, neither doth Trouble spring out of the Ground; yet Man is born unto Troue ble, as the Sparks fly upward. 249
SERM. XII. The End of GOD's af
flicting Men. [Preached in Lent.]
JOB v. 6,7. Although Afliction cometh not forth of the
Duft, neither doth Trouble spring out of the Ground; yet Man is born unto Trouble, as the Sparks fly upward. 273