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S E R M O N LXXX, LXXXI.
S E R M ON LXXXIII.
liverance of the Church by Christ, and the Ingra-
321 Eccl. ix. 14, 15. There was a little city, and few inen within it;
and there came a great king against it, and besieged it, and built great bulwarks against it: Now, there was found in it
a poor wise man, and be by bis wisdom delivered the city; ODE
yet no man remembered that same poor man. The sense of the words being ascertained, accurately analized, and
summed up in a doctrine, the following general topics of discourse
are prosecuted, viz.
332 27 4. The ingratitude of the citizens represented,
339 5. The application of the whole, in several uses, viz. of information, lamentation, trial, and exhortation,
344 S E R M ON LXXXIV.
The Lamb in the midst of the Throne, ob; Rev. vii. 17. For the Lamb that is in the midst of the ker
throne mall feed them. 200
The words being viewed in their scope and connection, divided, 272
explained, and a doctrine observed, the following topics are pro
362 2. To discourse somewhat of the throne,
364 3. Enquire how the Lamb comes to be upon the throne; 4. What is imported in the Lamb's being in the midst of the throne, 368 5. Consider the benefit of feeding, that issues from the Lamb's being in the midst of the throne,
372 6. To deduce some inferences for the application,
375 A concluding word on Monday,.
387 S E R Μ Ο Ν LXXXV. Stability in the Faith, the Church's Strength, 397
Isa. xxx. 7:~Their strength is to sit still. co The author having taken a view of the words in their connection, 39 analized, and explained them, and taken up their scope in a doc
trinal proposition, the following general heads of method-are les prosecute by him, viz. 26 1. What these times are, that may be called perilous times, in which people shew much instability in the faith,
401 2. The nature of stedfastness in the faith opened,
409 3. That this stability is people's strength in perilous times, 430 4. Inferences for the application of the whole,
434 VOL. V.