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new wine and old bottles ..
144 - living bread (See Types in vol. ii.)
243 That which causes defilement

The blind leading the blind -
A little child . .

An offending member 247 | The unmerciful servant

- good Samaritan .. 249- rich fool ---250

watchful servant 251 barren fig-tree. 252 - ambitious guest

great supper
foolish builder and inconsiderate king -

lost sheep'
- lost piece of silver

prodigal son . - ...
elder brother

unjust steward - , 260 - rich man and Lazarus

obedient servant 262 - importunate widow

pharisee and publican 264

good shepherd 265

labourers in the vineyard . 266

ten pounds 267 rebellious citizens . : 268

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wicked husbandmen
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THE analogy between bodily and spiritu

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The temptation
- turning water into wine

purging of the temple

- Nobleman's son cured - .. 281

Christ withdrawing himself from those who were

about to murder him 282 | The draught of fishes 283 | An unclean devil cast out 284 Peter's wife's mother cured

A leper healed 286 -A paralytic healed 287 A disabled man at the pool of Bethesda healed 288 A man with a withered hand healed 289 The Centurion's servant healed

widow's son raised - .. 291 blind and dumb man dispossessed 292 - tempest calmed . . .

- Gadarene dæmoniacs dispossessed 294

- woman with the bloody flux healed 295 Jairus' daughter raised

Two blind men healed 297

Five thousand men fed
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Jesus preserving Peter from sinking · ·
The daughter of the Canaanitess dispossessed

www deaf and dumb man healed
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The blind man healed ..

- transfiguration -
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- 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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Lazarus raised - -
Blind Bartimeus healed
The barren fig-tree cursed
Christ beating down by a word those who came

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healing Malchus' ear .
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APPENDIX.
Fast Sermons
• A complaint of men's unconcern about re-

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Fast Sermons-continued.
322 - A complaint of their obstinacy under God's

chastisements -
1 . A complaint of their ingratitude for mercies

receiveda .
• An exhortation to return to God - ,
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to give him glory by repent-
ance - -
1 - An exhortation to flee to him for refuge

from impending dangerb
- An exhortation to fear God exclusivelyc ·

to covenant with him -
• Directions for a profitable approach to God

• Encouragement to all who seek him aright
Thanksgiving Sermons
. The effects which national mercies should

have upon us ... - - V
• Qur present peace and security ascribed to
God alonęe

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The seasonableness of God's mercies ac-

knowledged - - - P
• A confession that they are widely diffe-
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- A call to men to praise God for his goodness
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- P
336 - A call to men to praise God for taking away

his late judgments in particular - P

. Trust in God recommended - V
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1 - An admonition to make a proper improve-

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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 l
i 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 devout wish for the continuance of peace P
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a Preached at the Commemoration of Benefactors before the University ; but applicable to other occasions.

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

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