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that we might live through bim. Herein is LOVE, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and fent bis Son to be the Propitiation for our Sins. Beloved, if Gord fo loved us, we ought also to love one ano. ther. Which Words naturally lead us to reflect upon

chese Things: First, The Dignity of the Person who, as at this cime, was sent into the World; together with the Humiliation and Abasement which he condescended to submit unto: God sent his only-begotten Son into the World.

Secondly, The End for which he was fent into the World, and submitted to that Humiliation and Abasement! God sent his only-begotten Son into the World, that we might live through bim, or to be the Propitiation for our ins. Thirdly

, The exceedingly great Love of God to. Mankind evidenc'd by this Action. In THIS was manifested the Love of God towards us, because that God fent his only-begotten Son into the World, that we might live through bim. HEREIN is Love, not that we loved God, but that be loved us, and sent his Son to be the Propitiation

for our Sins.
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SERMON X. The Worship of God in the Brauty of Heliness explain'dand enfori’d.

SERMONS XI. XII. The Duty of mutual Love explain'd and enforc'd.

P. 204. 226. SERMONS XIII. XIV.

The bappy Consequences of Afflictions to fincere Christians.

P. 240, 254 SERMON XV. The Treatment, which Persons in Listress meet with from their Acquaintance and Enemies confidered and dissuaded from. P. 267.

SERMON XVI The Advantages of casting our Bread upon the Waters.

P. 289.

A BRIEF ENQUIRY into the Causes why the Word Preach'd doth not Profit, together with a Consideration of the Folly and Danger of being influencd by them,

P. 302.

SERMON

SERMON I.

1 John iy. 9, 10, II, In this was manifested the Love of God

towards us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the World, that

we might live thro' him. Herein is Love, not that we loved God,

but that be loved us, and sent his Son

to be the Propitiation for our Sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also

to love one another.

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S the Nature of God is incom. prehensible, so his Works

unsearchable, and his Ways past finding out : EVERY Operation of his Hands is inexpressibly wonderful; and the most inconsiderable of his Doing's will, if attentively view'd, be very marvellous in our Eyes

. But I believe, there is not any can justly be thought more strange, than his effecting the Incarnation

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