Evidences of the Gospel.
Inscription, Benediction, and general Subject of the
the Epistle to the Ephesians.
The Gospel designed to gather all things into One.
The Sealing and Earnest of the Spirit.
Faith, Love, Hope, and the high Prospects, to
which believers are enlightened.
SERMON IX. ,
The Exaltation of Christ.
The Depravity of Human Nature.
quickened, raised, and exalted with
Salvation, not by works, but by grace through
The deplorable state of Heathens and Unbelievers.
The Happiness of Believers in Nearness to God.
The Nature, Foundation and Design of the Chris-
The Mystery of the Gospel revealed to the Apos-
tles for the general benefit of Mankind.
The unsearchable Riches of Christ preached for the
instruction of Men and Angels.
Freedom of Access to God by Faith in Christ.
Saints and Angels one Family:
Christ dwelling in the Saints; and the boundless
dimensions of his Love to them.
God able to do for us far more than we ask or
The precious Gifts of Christ's Ascension,
Christian Stability and Maturity.
Christians to be distinguished from the World.
Renovation after the image of God.
Truth between Man and Man.
Meekness in opposition to sinful Anger.
Justice, Industry, and Charity.
Pure and edifying Conversation.
Against Grieving the Spirit.
Kindness, Compassion and Forgiveness, in oppo,
sition to Bitterness, Wrath and Evil speaking.
Imitation of the Love of God.
Against Impurity, Avarice and foolish Jesting.
SERMON XXXV. :
Against Fellowship in unfruitful works.
Sleeping Sinners called to awake.
Redemption of Time.