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I. Religion and Virtue, confidered under the Notion of Wisdom. II. The Excellency of Wisdom. III. The Ways of Wisdom, Ways of Pleasantnefs.
IV. Wisdom the Strength of the Mind.
V. The Favour of God, obtained by Wisdom.
VI. Long-Life, Riches, and Hon
our, the Fruits of Wisdom. VIL. The Love of Wisdom, neceffary to the attaining of it. VIII. Diligence in seeking Wifdom always fuccessful.
IX. Self-Government effental to
X. The Proud and Scornfu incapable of attaining to Wiflom. XI. Attending to public Inftruction,
and other Inftrumental Duties, recommended.
XII. Walking with Wife Men, a
Means of attaining to Wisdom. XIII. The Foundation of Confi.
dence towards God explained. XIV. On the fame Subject. XV. Walking by Faith and not by Sight, explained and recommended..
By JOHN ABERNETHY, M. A.
Printed for D, BROWNE, without Temple-Bar; C. DAVIS, in Holborn; and A. MILLAR, oppofite Katherine-ftreet in the Strand.
The Proverbs of Solomon the Son of David,
Prov. viii. 6, 7.