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OF THE REVEREND 74 3:31

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MR. JOHN F L A V E L,

Late Minister of the Gospel at Cartmouth in Devon. "

3-11-18.

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

TO WHICH IS ADDED,
An Alphabetical Table of the principal Matters con-

tained in the Whole.

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P A T S LE 1:
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CON T E N T S.

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THE LIFE of Mr. John FLAVEL,

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to the Reader,

SERMON 1.

Opens the Excellency of the Subject.
s i Cor, ü. 1. “For I determined not to know any thing among
" " you, fave Jesus Christ, and him crucified,"

S E R M O N II.
Sets forth Christ in his essential and primeval Glory.
Prov. viii. 30. " Then was I by him, as one brought up with
“ bini : and I was daily his delight, rejoicing always before
" hini,”

SE R M O N III.
Opens the Covenant of Redemption betwixt the Father and

the Redeemer.
Isa. lii 12. “ Therefore will I divide him a portion with the

great, and he shall divide the fpoil with the strong, be-
" cause he hath poured out his soul unto death : and he
“ was numbered with the transgressors, and he bare the lin
" of many, and made intercession for the transgressors,” 54

$ E R M O N IV.
Opens the admirable Love of God in giving his own Son

for us.
John iii. 16. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his
" only begotten Son,” dc.

S E R 'M O N V.

Treats of Christ's wonderful Perfon.
Jahn i. 14. “And the Word was made Flesh, and dwelt a-
“ mong us,' &c. i

S E R M O N VI.
Shews the Authority by which Christ, as Mediator, acted.
Joha vi, 27. “ For him hath God the Father sealed," 90

SE R M O N . VII.
Treats of the Solemn Confecration of the Mediator.
Joha xvii. 19. “ And for their fakes I sanctify myself,”

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S E R M o N vIII.
Gives an Account of the Nature of Christ's Mediation.
1 Tim. ü. 5. “ And one Mediator betwixt God and Man, the
“ man Christ Jesus," -

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. S E R M O N IX.
Opens the first Branch of the Prophetical Office, confisting

in the Revelation of the Will of God.
Acts iii. 22.“ A Prophet shall the Lord your God raise up un-

“ to you, of your Brethren, like unto me; him shall ye
“ hear in all things, whatsoever he shall say unto you,” 126

SERMON X.
Opens the second Branch of the Prophetical Office, con-

fisting in the Illumination of the Understanding.
Luke xxiv. 45.“ Then opened he their understandings,' &c. 140

" S E R M O N XI.
Discovers the Nature and Neceflity of the Priesthood of

Christ.
Heb. ix. 23. “ It was therefore necessary that the patterns of

" things in the heavens should be purified with these ; but

“ the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than
' " these,”

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SERMON XII. .
Opens the Excellency of our High-Priest's Oblation, being

the first Act or Part of his Priestly Office.
Heb. x. 14. “ For by one offering, he hath perfected for ever
" them that are sanctified,”

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SERMON XIII.
Opens the Intercession of Christ our High-Priest, being the

second Act or Part of his Priestly Office.
Heb, vii. 25. “ Wherefore he is able also to save them to the ute

“ termoft, that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liv-
" eth to make intercession for them,”

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. 9 E R M O N XIV.
Asserts and vindicates the Satisfaction of Christ, being the

the first principal Effect or Fruit of his Priesthood.
Gal. iii. 13. “Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the
« law, being made a curse for us,”

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SĘ R M O N XV.
Surveys the blessed Inheritance purchased by the Oblation

of Christ, being the second Effect or Fruit of his Prieste !
'hood.
Gal. iv. 4, 5.“ But when the fulness of time was come, God

“ sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law,
." to redeem them that were under the law, that we might
. « receive the adoption of sous,"

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S E R M (N XVI.
Opens the Kingly Office of Christ, as executed spiritually

upon the Souls of the Redeemed.
2 Cor. x. 5. “ Casting down imaginations, and every high

“ thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God,
“ and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience
6 of Christ,"

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S E R M O N XVII.
Opens the Kingly Office of Christ, as it is providentially

executed in the World, for the Redeemed.
Eph. i. 22. “And hath put all things under his feet, and gave
“ him to be the head over all things to the church,” 227

SE RM O Ñ XVIII.
Opens the Necessity of Christ's Humiliation, in order to the

Execution of all these his blessed Offices for us; and

particularly of his Humiliation by Incarnation.
Phil. ii: 8. “ And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled

" himself, and became obedient to death, even the death
" of the cross,”

S E R M 0 N XIX.
Treats of Christ's Humiliation in his Life. .
Phil. ii. 8. “And being found in fashion as a man,” &c. 25

SE R M O N XX.
Opens Christ's Humiliation unto Death, in his first prepa-

rative Act for it.
John xvii. II. “And now I am no more in the world, but

“ these are in the world ; and I come to thee : Holy Fa-
- “ ther, keep through thine own name, those whom thou
" hast given me ; that they may be one as we are,”

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S E R M O N XXI.
Opens the second preparative Act of Christ for his own

Death.
1 Cor. xi. 23, 24, 25.--" The Lord Jesus, the same night
" in which he was betrayed, took bread," doc.

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SERMON XXII. .
• Opens the third preparative Act of Christ for his own Death.
Luke xxii. 41, 42, 43, 44. " And he was withdrawn from them
« about a Stones cast, and kneeled down, and prayed,” &c. 292

S E R M ( N XXIII.
Discovers the first Preparation for Christ's Death, on his

Enemies Part, by the Treason of Judas.
Matth. xxvi. 47, 48, 49. “ And while he yet spake, lo, Judas

one of the twelve came, and with him a great multitude,
“ with swords and staves, from the chief priests and elders
s of the people,” &c.

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