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THE LATE REVEREND AND LEARNED
. THOMAS BOSTON,
FOURFOLD STATE, AND OTHER VALCABLE WORKS;
NOW FIRST PUBLISHED FROM HIS MANUSCRIPTS, IN
POSSESSION OF HIS FAMILY,
With a RECOMMENDATORY PREFACE by the Clergymen who
prepared the Work for the Press.
By J. Pillans & Sons.
Sır. XLV. The folly of turning aside from
Pag. LVI. Departing from iniquity the duty of
all who name the name of Jesus, • 203 · 2 Tim. ii. 19.-" And let every one that nameth
the name of Jesus depart from iniquity.” LVII. The fame subje& continued, : : 220 LVIII. The same subject coritinued, 236 LIX. The same subject continued, - 252 LX. The inward frame should correspond ... with the outward profeflion,
..: 278 Deut. v. 29.~_“O that there were such an heart
in them, that they would fear me, and keep all'. my commandments always, that it might be well
with them, and with their children for ever." . LXI. The same subject continued, - 294 LXII, The same subject continued,,- 311 LXII. A rich feast prepared for hungry
fouls, - Ilaxxv.6.-" And in this mountain Phall the Lord
of hofts make unto all people a feast of fat things, : a feast of wines on the lees, of fat things full of 'marrow, of wines on the lees well refined.” LXIV. The distinguishing privilege of God's
faithful fervants, . . : ; * *345 Exod. xxiv. 11,2 And upon the nobles of their
children of Israel he laid not his hand; also they
saw God, and did eat and drink.” 1 LXV. Gospel privileges wonders of grace, 370 Same text as Sermon LXIV. LXVI. God not ashamed to be called his people's God,
- 383 Heb. xi. 16.-" Wherefore God is not ashamed to
be called their God; for he hath prepared for them a city."