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living bread (See Types in vol. ii.)
That which causes defilement
The blind leading the blind
A little child
An offending member
The unmerciful servant

good Samaritan
rich fool
watchful sèrvant
barren fig-tree
ambitious guest
great supper
foolish builder and inconsiderate king
lost sheep
lost piece of silver
prodigal son
elder brother
unjust steward
rich man and Lazarus
obedient servant
importunate widow
pharisee and publican
good shepherd
labourers in the vineyard
ten pounds
rebellious citizens

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Jesus preserving Peter from sinking
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transfiguration
dæmon expelled from the deaf and dumb
lunatic
tribute money supplied by a fish
infirm woman healed
dropsical man healed
ten lepers healed
man who was born blind healed in the pool
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The barren fig-tree cursed
Christ beating down by a word those who came

to apprehend him

healing Malchus' ear
* His resurrection

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APPENDIX.

3.21

Fast Sermons

A complaint of men's unconcern about re-

peitance

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Fast Sermons-continued.

A complaint of their obstinacy under God's

chastisements
A complaint of their ingratitude for mercies

receiveda
An exhortation to return to God

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Directions for a profitable approach to God

Encouragement to all who seek him aright
Thanksgiving Sermonsa

The effects which national mercies should
have upon us

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Our present peace and security ascribed to
God alone

P
The seasonableness of God's mercies ac-
knowledged

P A confession that they are widely different from our desert

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A call to men to praise God for his goodness
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Trust in God recommendedf

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a Preached after the battle of the Nile.
b When an invasion was expected.
c At the time of the Northern confederacy.

d Those with a V after them refer to VICTORIES; and those with a P to Peace and PLENTY.

e This is particularly proper also for The Fifth OF NOVEMBER. f Preached on the King's going to St. Pauls.

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* An exhortation to love him on account of
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a Preached at the COMMEMORATION of Benefactors before the Univessity; but applicable to other occasions,

For a Table of the Texts illustrated in the Skeletons, and for an Index to SUBJECT$ proper for Particular Occasions--See the end of the 5th Volume.

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