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INDEXES.

I. OF THE NAMES OF THE AUTHORS OF THE SERMONS,

TOGETHER WITH THE SUBJECTS OF THE SERMONS
SEVERALLY CONTRIBUTED BY THEM.

II. OF TEXTS OF SCRIPTURE WHICH ARE THE SUBJECTS OF

THE SERMONS, AND THE SCOPE OF WHICH IS FOR THE
MOST PART EXPLAINED.

III. OF THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS DISCUSSED IN THE MORNING

EXERCISES.

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IV. OF TEXTS OF SCRIPTURE WHICH ARE INCIDENTALLY

CITED AND EXPLAINED,

V. OF THE NAMES OF AUTHORS CITED,

THE ROMAN NUMERALS SEVERALLY REFER TO THE VOLUMES; AND THE

ARABIC FIGURES TO THE PAGES OF EACH VOLUME.

ADVERTISEMENT.

At the earnest request of many of the respected subscribers to this edition of the MORNING EXERCISES, the Publisher has been induced to append to the concluding volume five copious and useful Indexes, prepared by a gentleman who enjoys high distinction in the literary world, and whose experience in learned labour of this kind is beyond that of any of his contemporaries. No pains or expense having been spared in the preparation and completion of these necessary appendages, which were not contemplated when the printing of this valuable series of Sermons was undertaken, the Publisher has affixed a price to this volume only two shillings higher than that at which each of its predecessors was charged, though it contains more than a hundred additional pages of closelyprinted matter. This trifling sum secures to the purchaser, that which is always esteemed a great boon by the Scholar and the Divine, an ample body of references directing the attention to every topic and passage of consequence; though it will scarcely serve to cover the outlay incurred in remunerating the industrious and accurate compiler for his important labours.

THOMAS TEGG. 73, Cheapside, April 18th, 1845.

I.

INDEX

OF THE

NAMES OF THE AUTHORS OF THE SERMONS,

TOGETHER WITH THE

SUBJECTS OF THE DISCOURSES CONTRIBUTED BY THEM.

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Vol. Page. ADAMS, Rev. Richard, A.M. :

What are the Duties of Parents and Children ; and how are they to be
managed according to Scripture ?

ii. 303
How may child-bearing Women be most encouraged and supported
against, in, and under the Hazard of their Travail ?

iii. 531 How are the ordinary Means of Grace more certainly successful for

Conversion, than if Persons from Heaven or Hell should tell us
what is done there ?..

iv. 313 Of Hell....

471 ALSOP, Rev. Vincent, A. M.:

What Distance ought we to keep, in following the strange Fashions
of Apparel, which come up in the Days wherein we live ?

iii. 488
What is that fulness of God every true Christian ought to pray and
strive to be filled with ?

iv. 285 ANNESLEY, Rev. Samuel, LL. D. : How we may be universally and exactly conscientious

i. 1 How may we attain to love God with all our Hearts, Souls, and Minds ?

i. 572 How is the adherent Vanity of every Condition most effectually abated by serious Godliness ?

iii. 1 How we may give Christ a satisfying Account, why we attend upon the Ministry of the Word

iv. 173 The Covenant of Grace

181 Of Indulgences...

vi. 313

V.

BARKER, Rev. Matthew, A.M. :

A religious Fast, the Duty whereof is asserted, described, persuaded,
in a brief Exercise upon Mark ii. 20

ii.' 144
A Discourse of the right Way of obtaining and maintaining Com-
munion with God

iv. 38 Wherein, and wherefore, the Damnation of those that Perish under the

Gospel will be more intolerable than the Damnation of Sodom,
or the worst of the Heathens, at the Day of Judgment

iv. 198 Bates, Rev. William, D.D. : How to bear AMictions.......

ii. 587 What are the signs and Symptoms, whereby we know that we love the Children of God ?.

iii. 368 How is Sin the most formidable Evil ?

iv. 384 God is........

30 BAXTER, Rev. Richard : What Light must shine in our Works ?.........

ii. 460 What are the best Preservatives against Melancholy and overmuch Sorrow ? ......

iii. 253 Christ, and not the Pope, is universal Head of the Church

v. 672 VOL. VI.

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Vol. Page. BROMHALL, Rev. Andrew : How is Hypocrisy discoverable and curable ?

i. 535 BURGESS, Rev. Daniel :

Wherein may we more hopefully attempt the Conversion of younger
People, than of others ?

iv. 530

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CALAMY, Rev. Edmund, jun., A. M. :
Of the Resurrection

439 Case, Rev. Thomas, A.M. : Of Sabbath Sanctification ......

ii. 26 The Introduction [to the Morning Exercise Methodized] The Conclusion (of the Morning Exercise Methodized)

516 CHARNOCK, Rev. Stephen, B. D. : The Sinfulness and Cure of Thoughts

ii. 386 CLARKSON, Rev. David, B. D. :

What must Christians do, that the Influence of the Ordinances may
abide upon them ? ...............

i. 553
What Advantage may we expect from Christ's Prayer for Union with
himself, and the Blessings relating to it ?

iii. 611 The Doctrine of Justification is dangerously corrupted in the Roman Church

vi. 251 COLLINS, Rev. John, A.M. : How the Religious of a Nation are the Strength of it

iv. 125 COLE, Rev. Thomas, A.M. :

How may we steer an even Course between Presumption and Despair ? ii. 507
How may the Well-discharge of our present Duty give us Assurance of

Help from God for the Well-discharge of all future Duties? iii. 471
How may it convincingly appear that those who think it an easy Mat.
ter to believe, are yet destitute of saving Faith?

iv. 332 Cooper, Rev. William, A. M. : How must we in all Things give Thanks ?

i. 415 How a Child of God is to keep himself in the Love of God

iii. 129 The Covenant of Works

93 Crofton, Rev. Zachary, A. M. :

Repentance not to be repented, plainly asserted, and practically
explained

V. 371

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DOOLITTLE, Rev. Thomas, A. M. :

If we must aim at Assurance, what should they do that are not able to
discern their own spiritual Condition ?

i. 252
How may the Duty of daily Family-Prayer be best managed for the
spiritual Benefit of every one in the Family ?

ii. 194 How should we eye Eternity, that it may have its due Influence upon us in all we do?......

iv. 1 Popery is a Novelty ; and the Protestants' Religion was not only before

Luther, but the same that was taught by Christ and his Apostles vi. 530 DRAKE, Rev. Roger, D.D. :

What Difference is there between the Conflict in natural and spiritual
Persons ?.

i. 284 The Believer's Dignity and Duty laid open, in the high Birth wherewith

he is privileged, and the honourable Employment to which he is
called

328

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Fairclough, Rev. Richard, M. A. :

The Nature, Possibility, and Duty of a true Believer's attaining to a

certain Knowledge of his effectual Vocation, eternal Election, and
final Perseverance to Glory

vi, 372 Fowler, Rev. Christopher, A. M. :

How a Christian may get such a Faith that is not only saving, but
comfortable and joyful at present

ii. 526 The Scripture to be read by the common People

517

V.

GALE, Rev. Theophilus, A. M.:

Wherein the Love of the World is inconsistent with the Love of God. i. 612

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Vol. Page. GIBBON, Rev. John, B.D. :

How may we be so spiritual, as to check Sin in the first Risings of it ? i. 87
The Nature of Justification opened

304 GOUGE, Rev. Thomas, M. A. :

Áfter what Manner must we give Alms, that they may be acceptable
and pleasing unto God ?

i. 213 GREENHILI., Rev. William, A.M.:

What must and can Persons do towards their own Conversion ?......... i.
HAMOND, Rev. George, A.M. :

How may private Christians be most helpful to promote the Entertain-
ment of the Gospel ?.

iv. 410 HILL, Rev. Joseph, B. D. :

In what Things must we use Moderation, and in what not ?............... i. 331 Hook, Rev. William :

What Gifts of Grace are chiefly to be exercised, in order to an actual

Preparation for the Coming of Christ by Death and Judgment ?... ii. 674 Howe, Rev. John, M.A. :

What may most hopefully be attempted, to allay Animosities among
Protestants, that our Divisions may not be our Ruin ?

iii. 81 Man's Creation in a holy but mutable State

82 HURST, Rev. Henry, A.M. :

Whether well-composed religious Vows do not exceedingly promote
Religion ?

i. 479 How may we best cure the Love of being flattered ?...

iii. 185 How may we inquire after News, not as Athenians, but as Christians,

for the better Management of our Prayers and Praises for the
Church of God ?

iv. 531 Kings and Emperors not rightful Subjects to the Pope......

689 Jackson, Rev. John, A.M. :

How shall those Merchants keep up the Life of Religion, who, while

at Home, enjoyed all Gospel-ordinances, and, when Abroad, are
not only destitute of them, but exposed to Persecution ?

i. 517 JACOMBE, Rev. Samuel, B.D. : The Divine Authority of the Scriptures.

67 JACOMBE, Rev. Thomas, D. D, : How Christians may learn in every State to be content

ii. 546 The Leading of the Holy Spirit opened ; with some practical Inquiries resolved about it......

iii. 585 The Covenant of Redemption opened..

168 JANEWAY, Rev. James, M.A.: Duties of Masters and Servants

ii. 358 JENKIN, Rev. William, A.M.:

Now is the Time; or, Instructions for the present Improving the Sea-
son of Grace

i. 665
How ought we to bewail the Sins of the Places where we live ? iii. 110
No Sin is in its own Nature venial; but every Sin is deadly, and deserves
eternal Damnation

vi. 150 KITCHEN, Rev. John, A.M.:

How must we reprove, that we may not partake of other Men's Sins ?... i. 121 LAWRENCE, Rev. Edward, A. M. :

There is no such Thing as Transubstantiation in the Eucharist; and it

is Idolatry in the Papists to worship the consecrated Bread, though
they think it is turned into the Body of Christ

vi. 453 LEE, Rev. Samuel, A. M. :

What Means may be used towards the Conversion of our carnal Rela-
tions ?

i. 142
How to manage secret Prayer, that it may be prevalent with God to the
Comfort and Satisfaction of the Soul

ii. 165 The Visibility of the True Church........

vi. 52 LOBB, Rev. Stephen :

Ilow may we graciously improve those Doctrines and Providences,
which transcend our Understandings ?

iii, 417

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