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DISC. XIX.
On the Gospel for the fourth Sunday after Trinity.
St. Luke 6. 36 4 3. Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father
alfo is merciful, &c.

154
DISC. XX.
On the Epistle for the fifth Sunday after Trinity.

1 Pet. 3.

8 is. Beye all of one mind, having compaßon one

of another, &c.
DISC. XXI.

163

On the Gospel for the fifth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 5.

I I 2. It, came to pass, that at the People

press'd upon him to hear the Word of God, &c.

172

DISC. XXII.

On the Epistle for the fixth Sunday after Trinity.
Rom. 6. 3- 12. Know ye not, that so many of us as were bap-

tized into Jesus Chris, &c.

DIS C. XXIII.

On the Gospel for the fixth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Matthew 5. 20-27. Felus said to his Disciples, Except

your Righteousness Mall exceed that of the Scribes, C. 100

DIS C. XXIV.

On the Epistle for the seventh Sunday after Trinity.

Rom. 6. 19, to the end. 1 speak after the manner of Men, be-

Cause of the Infirmity of your Flesh, &c.

200

: DISC. XXV.

On the Gospel for the seventh Sunday after Trinity.

St. Mark 8. I- 10. In those days the Multitude being very

great, and having nothing to eat, &c.

209

DIS C. XXVI. :

On the Epifle for the eighth Sunday after Trinity.

Rom.8. 12 -18. Brethren, we are Debtors, not to the

Flej, to live after the Flesh, &c. ,

DISC. XXVII.

On the Gospel for the eighth Sunday after Trinity,

St. Matthew 7.15- -22. Beware of false Prophets, which

come unto you in Sheeps-Clothing, &c.

i 223

DISC. XXVIII.

On the Epistle for the ninth Sunday after Trinity.

iCor.10. I-014. Brethren, I would not that ye mould be ignoo.

rant, bow that all our Fathers were under the Cloud, &c. 233

DIS C. XXIX.

On the Gospel for the ninth Sunday after Trinity.
St. Luke 16. Im 10. Fesus said unto his Disciples, There was

a certain rich Man, who bad a Steward, &c.

DISE.

DISC) XXX
On the Epistle for the tenth Sunday after Trinity.

1 Cor. 12.

I 1 2. Concerning Spiritual Gifts, Brethren,

I would not have you ignorant, &c irrit. 252

DIS C. XXXI. :

On the Gospel for the tenth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 19. 41- 47. And when he was come near, be bebeld

Ć the City, and wept over it, &c.

Dili : 260

DIS C. XXXII.

On the Epifle for the eleventh Sunday afrer Trinity.
Cor. 15. I 12. Brethren, I deliverid unto you the Gofa

:pel, which I preach'd unto you, &c. ^.:. :.. 269

DISC. XXXIII.

On the Gospel for the eleventh Sunday after Trinity.
St. Luke 18.- 15. Fefus Spake this Parabile unto certain,

.. which trusted in themselves that they were righteous, &c. 277

DISC. XXXIV.

On the Epiftle for the twelfth Sunday after Trinity.

2 Cor. 3.

4 10. Such Trust have we thro- Cbrif to God-

Ward, &c.''! Ĉ ini?.

i ! :: 286

DIS.C. XXXV.

On the Gospel for the twelfth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Mark 7. 31, to the end. Jesus departing from the Coafts of

Tyre and Sidon, came unto the Sea of Galilee, C..293

DISC. XXXVI.

On the Epistle for the thirteenth Sunday after Trinity.

Gal. 3. 16. and following Verses. To Abraham and bis Seed

were the Promises made, &c. . :' .'" -": 302

DI Ś C. XXXVII. ...

On the Gospel for the thirteenth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 10. 232 - 38. Bleffed are the Eyes that see the

w things that ye see, &c.

. . . .'. 310

DIS C. XXXVIII.

On the Epiftle for the fourteenth Sunday after Trinity.

Gal. 5. 16. I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not ful.

ful the Lufts of the Fles.

...319

DIS C. XXXIX.

On the Gospel for the fourteenth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 17.11--20. And it came to pass, as Fesus ment'to

( Jerufalem, Úc. .

327

DISC. XL.

On the Epiftle for the fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.

Gal. 6. 11, to che end. re fee how large a Letter I'have writ-
· ten unto you with mine omn Hand, &c**

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DIS C. XLI.

On the Gospel for the fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Mat. 6. 24, to the end. No Man con serve two Mafters;

for either he will hate the one and love the other, &C. 343

DISC. XLII.

On the Epistle for the fixteenth sunday after Trinity.
Eph. 3. 13, to the end. I desire that ye faint not in my Tribu-
lations for you, which is your Glory, &c. - MH 3 52

DIS C. XLIN.
· On the Gospel for the sixteenth Sunday after Trinity."

St. Lake 7.11.17 And it came to pass the day after, that

: Ferus went into a City callid Najm, &c. vip !:: 361

ĎYS C! XLIV.

On the Epiftle for the seventeenth Sunday after Trinity.

Eph.4. 17. I therefore the Prisoner of the Lord, beseech you,

that ye walk worthy of the Vocation, &c. v i . 369

DI'S C) XLV.

On the Gospel for the seventeenth Sunday after Trinity.'

St. Luke 14. I- 11. It came to pass as Jefus went into the

House of one of the chief Pharisees, e c. i ... 378

DIS C. XLVI.

On the Epistle for the eighteenth Sunday after Trinity.

1 Cor. 1.4.8.'I thank my God always on your behalf, for

"The Grace of God which is given you by Jesus Chrift, &c. 386

DISC. XLVI.

On the Gospel for the eighteenth Sunday after Trinity.
St. Mat. 22. 34, to the end. When the Pharitees heard that Fem

· fus bad put the Sadduces to silence, &c. ':: !!394

DISC. XLVIII.

. On the Epistle for the nineteenth Sunday after Trinity.

Eph.4. 17, to the end. This I say therefore and testify in the

Lord, &c.

... i ' 1:6; 402
.: DI'S C. XLIX.

On the Gospel for the nineteenth Sunday after Trinitý.

St. Mat. 9.

I n g. Jesus entred into a ship, and passed a-

''ver, and came into his own City, &c. :

410

DISC.L.

On the Epistle for the twentieth Sunday after Trinity!

Eph. 5.15– 21. See then that ye walk circumfpectly, not as

Fools, but as Wife, &c. Bei

DIS C. LI.

On the Gospel for the twentieth Sunday after Trinity.
Mat. 22. 1- 14. Fesus said, The Kingdom of Heaven is like

unto a certain King, &c.

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DISC. LII.
On the Epistle for the twenty first Sunday after Trinity.

Eph. 6. 10- 21. My Brethren, be Arong in the Lord, and

in the Power of his Might, &c.

435

DISC. LIII.
On the Gospel for the twenty first Sunday after Trinity.

St. John 4. 46, to the end. There was a certain Nobleman,

whose Son was fick at Capernaum, 6C..

443

- DIS C. LIV.

On the Epistle for the twenty fecond Sunday after Trinity.

Phil. 1.3— II. I thank my God upon cuery Remembrance of

you, always, in every Prayer of mine for you all, &c. 452

DISC. LV. .

On the Gospel for the twenty second Sanday after Trinity.

St. Mat. 18. 21, to the end. Peter said unto Fofus, Lord, hone

oft Mall my Brother fin against me, and I forgive him ? &c. 460

DISC. LVI.

On the Epistle for the twenty third Sunday after Trinity.

Phil. 3. 17, to the end. Brethren, be Followers together of me,

and mark them who walk fogas ye huve us for Ensample, &c. 468

DIS C. LVII.

On the Gospel for the twenty third Sunday after Trinity.

St. Mat. 22. 15- 23. Then went the Pharisees, and took

Counsel bow they might int angle him in bis Talk, &c. 476

DIS C. LVIII.

On the Epistle for the twenty fourth Sunday after Trinity.

Col. 1.

3 1 3. We give Thanks to God, and the Father of

our Lord Jesus Chrif, &c.
On the Gospel for the twenty fourth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Mat. 9. 18 2 7. While Fesus spake these things into

John's Disciples, behold, there came a certain Ruler, &c. 492

D'IS C. LX.

On the Epistle for the twenty fifth Sunday after Trinity.

Jer. 23.

5 9 . Behold the Days come, saitle the Lord, that

I will raise unto David a righteous Branch, &c.

499

DIS C. LXI.
On the Gospel for the twenty fifth Sunday after Trinity.

St. John 6.5 -5. Fesus went over the Sea of Galilee,

which is the Sea of Tiberias, ec.

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PRACTICAL DISCOURSES upon

the Collects, Epistles, and Gospels, to be used throughout the Year.

The SECOND PART.

DISCOURSE I.
The Epistle for Ascension-Day.

Acts i. 1- 12.
The former Treatise have I made, 0 Theophilus, cf

all that Jesus began to do and to teach, until the · day in which he was taken up, after that he through the Holy Ghost had given Commandment to his

Apostles, whom he had chosen; to whom also he Sew'd himself alive, &c.

S H E Collect for this Day calls to mind our Be

lief in the Son of God's ascending into the T e Heavens, and from thence directs us to pray, L R C that we may in Heart and Mind thither ascend, GC S and with him continually dwell, who liveth and reigneth there world without end. '.

Of the Time and Manner of this great Action and Exaltation of our Blessed Saviour, we have fonte Account in the Vol. IV. Part 23

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