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CO N T E N T S.
SERMON I. The Inability of the human Nature to difcover a Deliverance from the fatal Consequences of Sin.
ROMANS vii. 24, 25. O wretched man that I am, who shall deliver
me from the body of this death? I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord.—p. 1.
SERMON II. Intimations of a Deliverer in the early Ages
of the World.
Romans xi. 26. - There shall come out of Sion tbe Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob.
} IN TWO PARTS. Predictions of the Messiah during the regal
Government of the Jews.
Acts iii. 24. Yea, and all the prophets from Samuel, and
those that follow after, as many as have fpoken, have likewise foretold of these days. .
si p. 97. SERMON IV. The Time of the Messiah’coming, as noted
by the later Prophets.
MALACHI iii. 1. Behold, I will send my Messenger, and he shall : prepare the way before me ; and the Lord,
whom ye feek, shall suddenly come to his Temple; even the Messenger of the covenant, whom ye delight in ; behold he mall come, faith the Lord of hosts.
- SERMON v.
the Delay of the Christian considered.
The Effects of Christ's Intercession.
O wretched man that I am, who shall deliver
me from the body of this death ? I thank
God through Jesus Christ our Lord. SAINT Paul in this part of his Epistle, N addressing himself to the Jews at Rome, vindicates the Law of Moses from any unjust imputation, on account of the ceremonial usages which it recommended, and which are abolished by the purity of the Gospel. Is the Law Sin, which directed these observances ? God forbid“! Nay, some moral duties are enforced by the legal rites and the superadded precepts in so convincing a manner, that in a comparative sense at least, the Sin, or transgression of them, without the Law, would
a Ver. 7.