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and he moreover thought, that the christian world was already provided with more than a sufficiency of such publications. However, whether these opinions be well founded or not, he has been at length prevailed upon to defer to the wishes and judgment of others.
It is almost needless to observe, that the Sermons were written without any, the most distant, view to publication ; they pretend to nothing, but the simple and earnest inculcation of christian principle and practice; and as this is the author's sole object, so does he pour forth his humble prayer, that what, by God's help, he has planted and watered, may, by God's blessing, be increased to the glory of His own great name,
and the edification of His Church.
[Preached January 10th, 1830, 1st Epiph., *
[Preached January 9th, 1831, 1st Epiph.]
* These Sermons, though written for particular Sundays,
[Preached February 13th, 1825.]
[Preached March 6th, 1825, 3rd Lent.]
[Preached April 13th, 1828, 1st Easter, and at
[Preached June 1st, 1823, 1st Trin.]
[Preached June 16th, 1822, 2nd Trin.]
[Preached June 19th, 1825, 3rd Trin.]
THOU ART THE MAN.
2 Samuel xii. 7.-And Nathan said to David,
Thou art the man.
[Preached July 14th, 1822, 6h Trin., and at
THE WAY OF THE LORD EQUAL.
EZEKIEL xviii. 25.-Ye
of the Lord
is not equal. Hear now, O house of Israel; is
not My ways equal ? are not your ways un-
[Preached October 10th, 1824, 17th Trin.]
THE NEW MAN.
EPHESIANS iv. 24.—That ye put on the new man,
which after God is created in righteousness and
[Preached October 13th, 1822, 19th Trin.]
(Preached October 31st, 1824, 20th Trin.]
[Preached November 9th, 1823, 24th Trin. and