The Works of the Reverend John Fletcher, Volym 3

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Lane & Scott, 1851
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His power to bind to loose and to bless in the name of the Lord
26
The earnestness with which he began and continued to fill up the duties of his vocation
28
The manner in which he divided his time between prayer preaching and thanksgiving
29
The fidelity with which he announced the severe threatenings and con solitary promisos of the Gospel
31
The ingenuous manner in which he acknowledged and repaired his errors
35
His detestation of party spirit and divisions
36
His rejection of praise
38
His universal love
40
His particular love to the faithful
41
His love to those whose faith was wavering
42
His love to those whom he knew only by report
43
His charity toward the poor in giving or procuring for them temporal relief
44
His charity toward sinners in offering them every spiritual assistance
46
The engaging condescension of his humble charity
48
His courage in defence of oppressed truth
50
His prudence in frustrating the designs of his enemies
51
His tenderness toward others and his severity toward himself
53
His love never degenerated into cowardice but reproved and consoled as occasion required
54
His perfect disinterestedness
58
His condescension in labouring at times with his own hands that he might preach industry by example as well as by precept
59
The respect he manifested for the holy estate of matrimony while Christian prudence engaged him to live in a state of celibacy
61
The ardour of his love
64
His generous fears and succeeding consolations
65
The grand subject of his glorying and the evangelical manner in which he maintained his superiority over false apostles
67
His patience and fortitude under the severest trials
68
His modest firmness before magistrates
69
His courage in consoling his persecuted brethren
70
His humble confidence in producing the seals of his ministry
72
His readiness to seal with his blood the truths of the Gospel
76
The constancy of his zeal and diligence to the end of his course
77
His triumph over the evils of life and the terrors of death
78
APOSTLES
80
THE PORTRAIT OF ST PAUL PART SECOND
111
THE PORTRAIT OF ST PAUL PART THIRD AN ESSAY
198
As a citizen of the moral world
276
As belonging to the Christian world
309
Inferences from the whole
330
Concluding address to the serious reader
343
Cautions against many false ways of healing a conscience wounded by
352
Appendix
373
VINDICATION OF THE CATHOLIC FAITH OF THE TRINITY
379
INTRODUCTION showing the occasion of the work and addressing the reader
387
A general view of the catholic faith concerning the Father Son
398
God the Father has a proper Son by whom he made and governs
407
The view which the apostles give us of Christ after their most perfect
414
The inspired writers give Christ the names and titles and ascribe
431
The apostles represent Christ as the immediate author of the Divine
440
Christ is the Redeemer and Saviour of lost mankind
446
Christ is the final and universal Judge
453
Divine worship was paid to him by patriarchs prophets and apostles
461
Christ is also very man
475
Objections answered
483
The use of the doctrine of Christs divinity
491
To Dr Priestley proving that our first parents expected a Divine
507
The subject continued
511
All the prophets exhibit Christ as the bruiser of the serpent and
519
The testimony borne by the prophets to the Godhead of Christ
530
The evangelists and apostles attest his divinity
544
The same subject continued
550
SOCINIANISM UNSCRIPTURAL CONTINUED IN LETTERS
561
The two Epistles to the Corinthians considered and many passages of
568
IV The Epistle to the Philippians and that to the Colossians must be viewed
577
The Epistle to the Thessalonians equally inconsistent with common sense
583
The Epistle to the Hebrews affords abundant proof of the absurdity
589
The Epistle of St James and those of St Peter exhibit a doctrine
595
The same doctrine of Christs mere humanity represents the apostle John
604
It represents Christ himself as uttering declarations absurd and even
610

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