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Sepulture, provision of honest and de-

Impress of God. Part II.... v. 55
cent, justly due to the Body..... v. 431 Latter House, The Glory of the.
Serpent, in Paradise................... i. 13

v. 193
Service, a Duty which we owe to God.

Liberty, Christian............... v, 366
v. 82

Life a Sojourning ................ v. 578
- English, not an unknown de-

Light, Divine, and Reflections. v. 443
votion.............................. ix. 450 Mammon, The Righteous.... F. 99
Services, imperfection of our besi.

Man, The Character of........ V. 410
No. 21). vi. 323 Mortality, Thanksgiving after
of God, to be reverenced. vii. 357

Great............................

243
Shalman ser subdues Israel.......... ii. 105 Noah's Dove..................... V. 145
Shechemites, their Circumcision..... i. 45 Panegyric, A Holy.............. V. 78
Sheep, Meditation on the sight of one

Passion Sermon..................

v. 25
well-fleeced........................... vi. 210 Passover, Christ our............ v, 537
Shem and Japhet's reverence for their

Paul's, St. Combat. Part I... V. 319
Father................................. 1.

- Part II. v. 331
Shunamite, her strong faith ......... ii.

Peace-Maker, The True...... V. 220
Sick Bed, Comforts for it enumerated.

Pharisaism and Christianity, v. 3

viii. 106 Pride, The Fall of............... v, 300
Sickness, preparation for Death... No.

Security, Good.................. V. 591

8. vi. 27 Sion, The Mourner io.......... V. 561
—, Meditation on the beginning

Spirit of God, Sons of God led
of one......
............ vi. 194

by the.......... ........... 1. 549
its misery.................. viii. 106 Untoward Generation, Salvation
, the consideration of its Author

from an..........

.... V. 377
and Benefits, a comfort under it.

Vail, The Woinen's.......... . V. 484

viii. 107 Vineyard, God's, The Blessings,
on its unavoidableness, a com-

Sips, and Judgments of..... v. 341
fort under it....................... vii. 113 Wickedness making a Fruitful
, God's most tender regard to

Land Barren.... ........... . 231
us therein, a comfort under it.. viii. 113 World, The Fashions of the... V. 276
Sight, spiritual, the degrees of it. vii. 337 Works of the Lord in Judgment
, to be exalted and for.

and Mercy..................... V. 470
tified, in order to our sight of God. Sight, loss of, Comforts against enu-

vii. 341 merated....................... .. viii. 168
and Invisibility, how they may Sight, inwnrd, the better object thereof,
consist together..... ............. vii. 337 a comfort under loss of sight. vi. 169
SERMONS, on the following Sub Silence harder than to speak well.
jects :-

No. 53. vi. 14
Abraham's Purchase and Em S , imposition of in some cases
ployment of a Burying Place. both on Pulpits and Presses, a way

v. 426 of Peace belonging to Public Au-
Appearance, The Deceit of... v. 123 thority ............................. viii. 95
Bargain, The Best............... V. 183 Simeon and Levi, their Revenge..... i. 46
Christ and Cæsar................ v, 310 - his joy on the sight of Christ.
Christian, 'The Estate of. ...... vi 288

No. 36. vi. 266
- his Crucifixion with Sin, its deceitfulness.................. i. 379
Christ........................... v. 355 -., on Confession of it.............. i. 382
Church, The Beauty and Unity - freedom from it by Christ...., v. 369

of..................... .......... V. 266 --, spiritual Leaves.................. v. 539
Cross of Christ, The Enemies of. -, its Leaven must be purged out.
v. 205

v. 541
Cruelty, The Defeat of......... 1. 255 -, a cause of Mourning.........., v. 569
Drawing Nigh to God, The Duty -, Grievous, Personal, must be

and Encouragement of...... V. 497 mourned for........................ V. 563
Faction, The Mischief and Re- . - Consent hearteneth... No. 7. vi. 5

medy of......................., v. 455 —, none to be accounted little. No.
Farewell Sermon to Prince Hen-

13. vi. 27
ry's Household................ v. 65 -., a fearful thing to defend, delight,
Holy Spirit, The Sin and Punish-

and boast in it............. No. 36. vi. 31
ment of grieving the ......... V. 511 -, no degree of it so desperate that

---, The Sealing of the, it is past help............ No. 84. vi. 41
to the Day of Redemption. v. 526 -, contrary to the Holiness and
Hypocrite, The .................. V. 392 Perfection of God...... No. 42. vi. 61
Impostor, The Great........... y. 132 -, a cause of punishment, and a pu
Impress of God. Part I...... V. 47 nishment itself.......... No, 90, vi. 74

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Sin, of offering our worst unto God. Slander, its short life, a comfort under

No. 29. vi, 88 Infamy and Disgrace............ viii, 145
, Meditation on the report of a Sleep, limitations respecting....... vii. 402
man suddenly struck dead in... vi. 116 - -, want of, Comforts against enu-
- proceeds from ourselves, as well

merated .............................
as from the Devil........ No. 35. vi. 265 - the misery of the want of it,
-, advantage to be made of it. No. with its best remedy............ viii. 178

39. vi. 267 - - but a symptom of mortality, a
- not an existence of somewhat comfort under the want of it.. viii. 181
that is, but a deficiency of that

of no use whither toe are going, a
rectitude which should be. No. 65. comfort under the want of it.. viii. 181

vi. 282 Slothful, Tbe, Character of......... vii. 107
-- without Sense, Soliloquy on.... vi. 390 SMECTYM NUUS, ANSWER TO HIS

--, Solicitation of it remedied... vii. 14 VINDICATION..................... ix. 721
---, Epistle to Sir George Fleetwood, Smectym nuus, what Persons meant by
on its Remedies, and the Motives

that name.. ........

........., ix. 641
to avoid it... .................. vii. 258 Snails, Meditation on the sight of
- the sight of God is a prevalent

two .........

................. vi. 132
means to restraio us from it.... vii. 347 Snake, Meditation on the sight of one.
-, the fear of God a strong Reten-

vi. 170
tive from it......................... vii. 364 Society ordained for our well-being.
-, rifeness of it an argument of the

No. 72. vi. 286
want of the fear of God......... vii. 364 Sojourners, as such, we must pass
- , Satan's Temptation to lessen its

through the World without entang-
guilt, repelled..................... viii. 289 ling ourselves with its affairs..... v. 580
- think it

---, we must make
unpardonable, repelled........... viii. 299 account of no other than hard

follow it

usage from the World... ......... v. 580
fearlessly, repelled ................ viii. 322

, we must not en-
--- exlenuate

cumber ourselves with the lumber
it from complexion, custom, profit, of this World.......................... V, 580
imporlunity, or nicessity, repelled.

- , we shall have a
viii. 343

good mind bomeward.............. V. 581
- and Death, the Christian freed Solomon made King..................... i. 423
from their sting by the Saviour. No. SOLOMON's Divine ARTS........... X, 5

33. vi. 264

-

Ethics, or Morals, in
--, no absolute freedom from it to Four Books......... .. ............ X. 9
be expected in this world.. ..... x. 123

- Politics, or Common-
-, mortal and venial, the Romanists' wealth, in One Book.............. X. 41

distinction thereof refuted..... ix. 57 -.Oeconomics, or Govern-
Single Combats, Epistle on their ment of the Family............... X. 53

bloody Use, Injustice, Dangrt, and Son, dear and hopeful, mitigation of

Sinfulness........................... vii. 200 the loss of one.................... viii. 154
Singularity, Satan's Temptation to sin SONGS IN THE NIGHT: or, CHEER-
rather than to incur the imputation

FULNESS UNDER AFFLICTION. viii. 509
thereof, repelled .................. viii. 332

M, God only can
Sinner, far off from God............. v. 498 give them................. No. 44. vi. 332
., far from God in his Thoughts,

---, the sole gift
Affections, Carriage, and Actions. ,,of the Heavenly Comforter ; with

v. 499

Examples thereof, both under the
Sins of the Times must be mourned i Gospel and the Law.. ......... viji, 514
for............................... ..... v. 569

---, the Holy Spi-
Sins, a man guilty of all those wbich rit fetches Motives for them, from

be bateth not.... ....... No. 46. vi, 12 the Author, the Intention, the Na-
--, Men often yield to those, the ture, and the issue of Affliction.
premonition whereof they would

viii. 517
have thought incredible ........ No. Sons of God, a Privilege to be such.

43. vi. 332
i-- and Afflictions, the course to be

-, their spiritual right to
taken in them........... No. 97. vi. 45 eil the creatures of God.......... v. 551
Sion, The Mourner in, Sermon on.. v. 561

- , their interest in God
Skill, necessary for a Man to pro. himself................................ P. 551
portion bis carriage to his ability.

---, their right to the guar.
No. 62. vi. 66 dianship of the blessed Angels... v. 551
Sky, Meditation on the sight of a

-, their claim to Eternal
bright one full of stars...... .... vi. 190 Glory... ........................... V. 551

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Sorts of God, their Qualification... v: 558 thereto, for the comfort of the sick
----, how we may know our-

soul. ............ .............vii. 117
selves to be such.................... v. 553 Sorrow, misgrounded, the sick soul's
Soul, a faithful one, mourns the ab-

complaint thereof answered.....viii. 118
sence of Christ .....................ii. 225

, for sin, the sick soul's com-
-- Dot being able to comprebend

plaint of the insufficient measure
much, must meditate frequently.

thereof answered................ viii. 119

No. 86. vi. 100 SPALATO, LETTER TO THE ARCHBI-
- , excited to praise the Lord, by

SHOP OF..............................is. 214
the example of the whole Creation. - Sparks, Meditation on seeing them

No. 14. vi. 254. Ay upward.......................... vi. 161
_ , its Separation and Immortality. Spectacles, Meditation on a pair of. vi. 198

vi. 470 Sp'culation not more easy, than prac-
, its Instant Vision of God on its

tice is difficult............ No. 17. vi. 322
Egression from the Body, and its Speech, the Matter of it of more im-
Present Condition, till then ......vi. 472 portance than the Language.
-, its perpetual Vigilancy, and

No. 63. vi.
Fruition of God ..................... vi. 475 ----, gentle, a good preparative
- its Knowledge, when glorified,

for rigour...................No. 41. vi. 61

476 Speeches, evil, sometimes come from
- blessed, the Glory of Heaven

good men ; and even the good
enjoyed by it.... .............. vi. 478 speeches of mey may proceed from
- , its Employment in Heaven. · an ill spirit............ No. 60, vi. 94

vj. 479 Spider, Meditation on occasion of
i departed, what respects it

one in the window ............... vi. 118
bears to us, and to its own body. vi. 481 .. and her Feb, Meditation on
-, its reuniou to the body, both

the sight of one..................... vi. 142
glorified .......... ................vi. 483 Spirit of God, on grieving him, the
- damned, its Woeful Estate. vi. 502 subject set forth .................... v. 519
cannot be imprisoned.........vii. 516

- how he is grieved... V. 515
S , its frecdom, a comfort under

-, his grieving espressed
Sickness............ ...............viii. 197 by Vexation .......................... V.
---, sick, Comforts for it enume. 1

- , bis grieving expressed
rated ................................viii, 146 by Aversion .......

......... V. 517
and Body, their close conjunc-

--, his grieving expressed
tion and disagreement. No. 40. vi. 60 by Punishment..... ............... 518
- , an enumeration of

-, a National grieving of..
the miseries and inconveniences

vi 520
attending their continued conjunc-

, that grievance, which,
............ viii. 26 by way of sympathy, he feels in
Soul's FAREWELL TO EARTH, AND

his saints......... ........... V. 521
APPROACHES TO HEAVEN .........vi. 399

:-, Sons of God led by the
Sorrow, expected and welcomed.

Sermon on..........

.......... V. 549
No. 97. vi. 23

, what it is to be led by
, Godly, never out of season. him...............

........... V. 554
No. 1. vi. 82

leads no Man but in a
-, not to be repented of, Epistle

Right Way..........

........... 555
to Mrs. B. Brinsly, Bp. Hall's Sis-

leads no Man but by
ter, concerning it.................. vii. 155 a Just Rule......... ......... V. 556
--, the Morteration of this Pas-

- leads his Sweetly and
sion enforced....................... vii. 415

Gebuy................................. V. 356

Gently.............
Conditions and Cautions

leads on in a constant
thereof ............................. VII, 417

............... vii, 417 way of Progression................ v. 556
-, the Cause of it must be

, those not led by him,
just; not fancied; not insufficient. ' who go on in a known Evil Way.
vii. 417

1. 557
- , even that which is just must

--, those not led by him,
be moderate.......................... vii. 417 that are led by their own Vain
- , the Measure of it must be

Imaginations.........................V. 557
proportioned.................
oned....................... vii. 418

those not led by him,
--, worldly, with the Tempera-

that are carried by Passion....... V. 557
ments thereof .................... vii. 419

those not jed by him,
--, spiritual, with the Modera. that make no progress at all in good.
tion thereof... ............vii, 421

v. 557
-, depp for sin, its happiness, a

, those not led by him,
comfort for the sick soul......... viii, 116 that humour Corrupt Nature...... Y. 557
Sorrow, deep for sin, remedies applied

, being led by bim, the

tinn............

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Qualification connected with the Superfluity, affectation of it a sign of

Privilege................................ 557 weakness.................. No. 34. vi. 89
Spirit of Gol, his powerful assistance, SUPERNUMERARIES................. vi. 307

a comfort under temptation... viii. 132 Superstition besots the minds of men.
Spirits, evil, their great power and

i. 103
their restraint. (See Angels, evil).

-. infatuates the heart.... ii. 5

viii. 201 Superstitious, The, Character of... vii. 102
.., their number, and the SUSURRIUM CUM Deo: SOLILO-
remedy of fear arising therefrom.

QUIES: or, HOLY SELF-CONFE-

viii. 202 RENCES OF THE DEVOUT Soul. vi. 337
.., their malice, and the Swallow, Meditation on the hearing
fear thereof remedied.......... viii. 203 of one in the chimney............ vi. 135

--, their great sublety, and Synods of the English Churih, deter-
the remedy of the fear of it... vii. 204 mine only things indifferent.......ix. 433
Spirits, Good and Evil, their Agency.

No. 96. vi. 76 Talent, small improvement of it,
Sports, limitations respecting...... vii. 402

No. 38. vi. 330
Spring, Meditation on seeing one in Teachers, false ones of the Philippians,

the Wild Forest.................... vi, 159 their wickedness..................... v. 212
Star, gliding. Meditation on the sight

_ , their
of one................................. vi. 109 Number............................... V. 212
Slate, those that would keep it, must

, their
keep aloof off ............ No. 81. vi, 99 Motion.................................V. 213
State and Geographical R{notoledge, bet

- their
ter acquired from Books than by Quality ............

........ V, 214
Travel...................................X. 236

their
Stiffneckerlness, the sin of it...........V. 284

End........................

........ V. 217
Stock employed, Soliloquy on....... vi. 353 Tears, here our eyes are full of them,
Stones, Meditation on the sight of a

- v. 66
heap of......... ............. vi. 208 are from Sorrow................. V.
Street-cries in London, Meditation on - God will once free us from

the heariog of them............... vi. 133 them...........
Strife, they who sow it to be sup- 9 - freedom from them must be

pressed by Authority ............viii. 87 upon a change.......................V.
STRUTHERS, MR. WILLIAM, LETTER Temperance, description of it, digested
TO HIM.........
................ ix. 481

from Proverbs and Ecclesiastes. x. 35
Study and Contemplation, Epistle to Temple, spiritual, to be seen in the
Mr. Matthew Milward, on the

eartbly............ .............. 437
Pleasure of them, with the Varie-

weeping and shouting at the
ties of scholar-like employments.

building of the second............ ii. 141
vii. 203

, the glory of the latter, com-
Subject, Solomon's Description of one,

pared with that of the first.......... 194
digested from Proverbs and Eccle - , the positive superiority of

siastes............ .................. x. 50 the latter over the first..........., v. 197
Sudden extremity a notable trial of Temporal Things, all, are troublesome.
Faith........................No. 92. vi. 21

No. 9. vi. 50
Suffering, partnership thereof with Temptations of Prosperity more dan-
Christ......

............... y. 363 gerous than those of adversity.
- of evil, the sight of God

No. 79. vi. 19
upholds us therein................. vii. 348

--, LETTER OF ANSWER TO
- , good examples of meek-

AN UNKNOWN COMPLAINANT CON-
ness and patience therein....... vii. 361 CERNING THEIR FREQUENT IN-
Sufferings, greater, of holier man, a

JECTION ....... ................. vii, 286
comfort under sickness......... viii. 110

----, Comforts against enume-
- Satan's Temptation to think

rated. .............................. viii. 131
them proofs of God's disregard, re-

---, their being for our good,
pelled................................viii. 305 a comfort under them............ viii. 131
- , the comfortuble end of them,

--- and Foils, the advantage
a consolation under sickness... viii. 114 to be made to us therefrom.... viii. 134
Suing, importunate, included in Prayer. Testaments, accordance betwixt the

vii. 498 two...................................... i. 98
Sun,' Meditation on the sight of Tertullian, his rule for ascertaining

Motes in its beams................ vi. 199 what is of Apostolic Authority...ix. 526
---, its scorching beams trouble Thankfulness to God, who bath deli-

some.......................No. 26. vi. 325 vered us from the wretchedness of
- - and Moon stand still.............. i. 179 corrupt nature........................V. 329

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Thankfulness excited by exemption
from others' misery ......No. 27. vi. 325

- , a renewed act of, requi-
site to duly receiving the Lord's
Supper.........

........................... vii. 512
Thankless, Office to cross a man in bis

sin. ...................... No. 16. vi. 53
Thief, the penitent one ............... ii. 493
Thing, the best, corrupted, is worst.

No. 72. vi. 97
Things, which are most eagerly de-
sired, are most hardly gotten and
kept.........

.............. No. 37. vi. 31
Think, well, and speak well. No. 66. vi. 16
Thoughts, the same, do commonly
meet us in the same places. No. 87.

vi. 100
, Meditation on their vari-
ety ..........

............. vi. 186
- wandering after earthly
Vanities..................... No. 3. vi. 317
Thousand Years' Reign of the Saints,

the importance of the controversy
on this subject ...................... 4. 82

spoken
of only in Rev. xx. 4, 5......... x. 84

- the prophecy of Da.
niel improperly alleged to this pur-
pose............ ........................, X. 85

, divers constructions
thereof............... .................. 91

- , xiii bold Paradoxes
enumerated, wbich result from this
opinion ......... ..............X. 103-112

-, xii improbable Con-
sequents enumerated, which result
' from this opinion............ X. 113-118

--, Alstedius's evasion
concerning the single expression
thereof answered....................X. 120

, no necessity from the
alleged text of admitting this doc-
trine..............

: .................... x. 121
Thunder, Meditation on the hearing of.

vi. 211
, the voice of God. No. 59.

vi. 278
Time of our Sojourning in this world.

v. 582
- not lost, that is bestowed upon
a friend.................. No. 65. vi. 35

, but a small part of it given to
God............................ No. 10. vi. 51
- hath a power both to magnify

and lighten evils.......... No. 26. vi. 261
Times, Epistle of Coinplaint concern-

ing their Iniquity, and the Means

to redress it........................ vii. 219
Timothy and Titus, the Superiority of

Bishops argued from St. Paul's
Epistles to them............ ix. 554, 676

the Postscripts to
their Epistles considered..........ix. 686
Tongue, a false one to be avoided. v. 281
, a malicious one to be avoided.

v. 232

Tongue, an obscene one to be avoided.

v. 282
Tongues, confusion of them......... i. 26
Traditions, Newness of the Romish
Doctrine of them.................. ix. 285

against Scripture........... ix. 287

- against Reasoo ............ix. 289
Tranquillity, what it is, and wherein it
consists.......... ............, vi. 6

- -, insufficiency of human
precepts on the subject of....... vii.

, two universal Enemies
of it, on the left-hand Sins, which
must be taken away : and Crosses,
which must be duly tempered. vii. 8

- enemies of it, on the
right-hand, over-desiring and over-
joying of earthly things, with the
Remedies............. .............. vii. 24

, Positive Rules for the
attaiument of it.................. vii. 29

- Subordinate Rules for
the attainment of it...............vii. 39
Transubstantiation, on the Doctrine of

ix. 248
, Newness of the
Doctrine of ......... .............. ix. 049
- against Scripture.

ix. 259
against Reason. ix. 253

-- inconsistent with
the truth of Christ's Humanity. ix. 63
Travel, Epistle to Sir Thomas Challo-
'ner, reporting some Observations
made by Bp. Hall therein...... vii. 193

--, Epistle of advice to the Earl
of Essex, how to obtain advantage

...............vii. 139
- , voluntary, the practice of, a

comfort under banishment......viii. 167
- ., allowable in matter of Traffic.

X. 227
Policy.

X. 928
- of Curiosity to be censured. x. 298

-, too early, danger thereof to
the principles, health, boliness, and
substance.............................X. 228

--, the advantages and disadvan-
tages thereof compared.. .........X. 233
--., the Gentry intreated to ab-

stain from it........................ X. 251
--, Sovereign Authority entreated
to restrain it........ .......... X. 252
- - , those, whose duty calls them

to it, exhorted to firmness in reli-

gion.................................. X. 254
Treasure kept by giving in Charity.

No. 32. si. 10
--, the Heart's, Soliloquy on. vi. 379
Tree of Knowledge, and Tree of Life.

i. 13
, Meditation on the sight of one
full blossomed...................... vi, 116
---, Meditation on the sight of one
lopped

....... vi. 206

thereby ............

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