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Containing, 4. Temptations to Evil not from (|X. How divine Worship is to be
I acceptably performed. H. Men tempted to Evil by their || XI. The Evil and Folly of Covet
ousness.. M. Of Natural, Moral, and Civil ||
XII. The proper Improvement of IV. Of Christian Liberty.
temporal Possessions. V. On the same Subject.
// XIII. Of the Blessedness of the VI. Of the Kingdom of God.
Pure in Heart. VII. Of believing in Christ.
|| XIV, Of the Blessedness of the Vill. Of Inability to do good || Peace-Makers. .
arising from vicious Habits. XV. A Conversation becoming the IX. A Sermon addressed particu-|Gospel recommended. larly to young Persons.
By JOHN ABERNETHY, M. A.
LONDON: Printed for D. BROWNE, without Temple-Bar ; C. DAVIS, in Holborn ; and A, MILLAR, opposite Katherine-street in the Strand.
Ś BR MON Í. Temptations to Evil not from God.
James i. 1 §, 14. Lët no man say when he is tempted, I am
tempted of God, for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth, be any man. But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of bis own bust and enticed. Page 1
SE R M O II: Men tempted to Evil by their own
James i. 14.
But every nign is tempted, when he is drawn away of biś own lust and enticed.
S E R MÓN III. Of Natural, Moral, and Civil Liberty.
Galat. V. I. Stand fast therefore in the liberty wberewith Chiij bath made us free.
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