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The miraculous Birth of Christ. How Christ has given us the The Prediction of the MESSIAH.
Victory over Death. The Character of the Messiah. The Inexcusableness of rejecting
the Gospel. Of the Fulness of Time in which Christ appeared.
Different Tempers judge different
ly of Religion Of the Meaning of, The Name of
Of the Resurrection of Christ. GOD. The Doctrines of Religion reason- || Of Christ's Descent into Hell. able to be believed.
Of Christ's Sitting on the Right
Hand of GOD. Unreasonable Expectations not to be gratified in Religion.
The Conversation of Christians is
in Heaven. How the Law is said to be the Strength of Sin.
of the Spiritual Nature of the How CHRIST has enabled us to
By SAMUEL CLARKE, D.D. late Rector of St James's,
Published from the Author's Manuscript, By John CLARKE, D. D. Dean of Sarum.
Ι ο Ν Do N, Printed by W. Botban, for JAMES and JOHN KNAPTON,
at the Crown in St Paul's Church-yard. MDCCXXX.
ERMON I. The miraculous Birth
of CHRIST. [Preached on Christmas-Day.]
MATT. i. 22, 23. Now all this was done, that it might be filfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the Prophet, saying ; Behold, a Virgin shall be with Child, and shall bring forth a Son, and they fall call his Name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is God with Us.
SERM. II. The Prediction of the MESSIAH. [Preached on Christmas-Day.]
ISAIAH ix. 6. Unto Us a Child is born, unto Us a Son is
given, and the government shall be upon bis shoulder; and his Name mall be called wonderful, Counsellour, The mighty VOL. V.