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Of the universal sense of good || Agur's prayer; or the middle
condition of life, generally,
and good man compared ; or The mischiefs of slavish complai-
Rules for the profitable reading
the love of our country. Religion founded on reason, and
or the excellency of human || The evidence of a future state, on
the principles of reason and re-
scoffing at religion.
By JAMES FOSTER.
LO N D 0 N:
C O N T E N T S.
v ersal sense of good and evil.
'Acts xxiv. 25. C OSS And as he reasoned of righte
ousness, temperance, and judgment to
come, Felix trembled.. Page 1 Serm. II. The characters of the righte
ous and good man compared; or bene-
Rom. v. 7.
die, yet peradventure, for a good man
Some would even dare to die. 23 SERM. III. The perfection of the Chri
stian scheme of benevolence ; in answer
Rom. v. 7.
die, yet, peradventure, for a good man
Prov. xxx. Part of the 8th, and the
whole gth verse. -Give me neither poverty, nor riches, feed me with food convenient for me : left I be full and deny thee, and say who is the LORD?' or leji I be poor and steal, and take the name of my God in vain.
185 Serm. IX. The mischiefs of flavish com
plaisance and cowardice.
Prov. xxix. 25. The fear of man bringeth a snare. 215 Serm. X. Rules for the profitable reading
the Holy Scriptures."
JOHN v. 39. · Search the Scriptures
241 SERM. XI. Of Herefy.
Titus iii. 10, 11. A man that is an heretic, after the first
and second admonition, reject ; knowing that he that is such is subverted, and
finneth, being condemned of himself. 269 Serm. XII. Of Schism.
1 Cor. xii. 25. That there should be no Schism in the body,
but that the members should have the
same care one for another. 295 Serm. XIII. Of the pleasures of a religious life.