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SE R M O N . I.
The Resurrection of Jesus. By Thomas
Hardy, D. D. of Edinburgh.
Matth. xxvii. 6. He is not here: for he is
rijen, as he said : Come, see the place
On the Duty of attending the Public Institu
tions of Religion. By William Moodie,
Heb. 4. 25. Not forsaking the assembling
of ourselves together, 'as the manner of
On Jacob's Vision at Bethel. By John John
fton, of Crossmichael.
XTROT FUIVOV 3 4
Gen. xxviii. 16. 17. And Jacob awaked out
of his feep, and he said, Surely the Lord
this place! This is none other but the house
S E R M ON VI.
The Advantages of Searching the Scriptures.
By George Hill, D. D. Profeffor of Greek
Character of the Rt Hon. Thomas late
Earl of Kinnoull,
A View of National Felicity, the Cause of
Gratitude to God. By John Adamson,
Pfal. xlviii. 11, 12, 13, 14. Let Mount
Zion rejoice ; let the Daughters of Judah be glad, because of thy judgements. Walk about Zion, and go round about her ; tell the towers thereof : Mark ye well her bulwarks ; consider her palaces, that ye may tell it to the generation following : For this God is our God for ever and ever ; he will be our guide even unto death,
The Study of the Scriptures recommended.
By Andrew Hunter, D. D. & S. S. Th. P.
Acts, xvii. 11. These were more noble than
those in Thessalonica, in tbat they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the Scriptures daily, whether those things were fo,
S E R M O N I.
The Resurrection of Jesus.
By THOMAS HARDY, D.D. one of the Ministers
Preached in the High-Church of Edinburgh after
the celebration of the Lord's Supper, Marck 1785.
MATTH. xxviii. 6.
He is not here: for he is risen, as he said: Come,
see the place where the Lord lay.
RIENDS and disciples of the Lord Jesus, ye have this day attended your beloved
Master in the scenes of suffering; ye have seen his body broken and his blood thed. When, standing at the foot of the cross, ye look. ed up to the Man of sorrows, what were the emotions of your souls? Ye beheld his countenance beaming with affection to his friends, and with compassion to his enemies. Ye heard his generous interceffion amidst the extremity of pain and reproach, and his expression of fipal satisfaction in the moment of retreat. He VOL. IV. А