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THE analogy between bodily and spiritu-

al cures

The temptation

turning water into wine

purging of the temple'

Nobleman's son cured

Christ withdrawing himself from those who were
about to murder him

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Peter's wife's mother cured

A leper healed

A paralytic healed

A disabled man at the pool of Bethesda healed

A man with a withered hand healed

The Centurion's servant healed

widow's son raised

blind and dumb man dispossessed

tempest calmed

Gadarene dæmoniacs dispossessed

woman with the bloody flux healed

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Jesus preserving Peter from sinking

The daughter of the Canaanitess dispossessed

deaf and dumb man healed

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ten lepers healed

man who was born blind healed in the pool
of Siloam

Lazarus raised

Blind Bartimeus healed

The barren fig-tree cursed

Christ beating down by a word those who came

to apprehend him

healing Malchus' car

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Fast Sermons

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* His resurrection

ascension

exercise of supreme power over the invisi-
ble world

The intent of all his miracles

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CONCLUSION.

The whole relating to Christ is a great mystery

APPENDIX.

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A complaint of men's unconcern about re-
pentance

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An exhortation to flee to him for refuge
from impending dangerb

An exhortation to fear God exclusivelyc

to covenant with him

Directions for a profitable approach to God
Encouragement to all who seek him aright
Thanksgiving Sermons

The effects which national mercies should
have upon us
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Our present peace and security ascribed to
God alonee

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The seasonableness of God's mercies ac-
knowledged

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A confession that they are widely diffe-
rent from our desert

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A complaint of their obstinacy under God's
chastisements

A complaint of their ingratitude for mercies
receiveda

An exhortation to return to God

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a Preached after the battle of the Nile.

b When an invasion was expected.

c At the time of the Northern confederacy.

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A call to men to praise God for his goodness
in general

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A call to men to praise God for taking away
his late judgments in particular

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Trust in God recommendedf

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An admonition to make a proper improve-
ment of his mercies

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e This is particularly proper also for THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBER.
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d Those with a V after them refer to VICTORIES; and those with a P

to PEACE and PLENTY.

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a Preached at the COMMEMORATION of Benefactors before the Univer-
sity; but applicable to other occasions.

For a Table of the TEXTS illustrated in the Skeletons, and for an In-
dex to SUBJECTS proper for Particular Occasions-See the end of the 5th
Volume.

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