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Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. • John viii. 32.
. I Tim. iv. 8.
Pacto and thee, and thy seed after thee, &c. Gal. iii. 14. That the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ.
DISCOURSE XXII. Of the administration of the Abrahamic covenant, 297 Gen. xvii, 7. And I will establish my covenant between me
and thee, and thy seed after thee, &c. Gal. iii. 14. That the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Chrisi
DISCOURSE XXIII. On the gospel exhibition of Christ,
344 Rom. x. 8–10. But what saith it? The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart, &c.
Jesus, and shalt believe in thy heart that God hath raised
DISCOURSE XXV. On faith,
421 Rom. x. 10. With the heart man believeth
DISCOURSE XXVI. On faith,
. 454 Rom. x. 10. With the heart man believeth.
DISCOURSE XXVII. On the influence of faith on the believer's life, 494 Gal. ii. 20.- I live by the faith of the Son of God.-
DISCOURSE XXVIII, On faith evidenced by its fruits,
537 James ii. 18. Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and
I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I
terized and as such made God's sacrifice,
and a great slaughter in the land of Idumea.
THE FULNESS OF CHRIST THE SOURCE OF THE BE
JOHN i. 16.
Two things, which are of the last importance to man in his lapsed condition, demand his serious attention, though there is scarcely any thing about which he is less concerned.—These are, the knowledge of himself and of Christ. “ Know thyself” was one of the wisest maxims of the heathens; and though they did not enjoy means sufficient for acquiring it, yet they seem to have admitted the necessity and propriety of it. Such as enjoy divine revelation, have the means, yet are not careful to employ them. As sin has placed them in circumstances truly hazardous, and deprived them of all ability to secure themselves; it has also blinded their minds, and it continually deceives them. “ They know not that they are wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked.” In this state, they cannot be impressed with their danger, nor cordially embrace any means that may offer for their deliverance. Messiah, and he alone, is the Deliverer from evil, but without some just conceptions of him, in this character, no sinner can receive him as his Saviour. Sinners ought to