THE CONTENTS OF THE Sixth Volume.
SERM. I. Concerning the Per∣fection of God.
BE ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect.
Page [unnumbered]SERM. II. Concerning our Imi∣tation of the Divine Perfections.
Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in Hea∣ven is perfect.
SERM. III. The Happiness of God.Page [unnumbered]p. 67
1 TIM. I.11.
The Blessed God— The whole Verse runs thus, According to the glorious Gospel of the Blessed God, which was committed to my trust.
SERM. IV. The Unchangeable∣ness of God.
With whom is no variableness, nor shadow of turning.
Page [unnumbered]The whole Period runs thus,Do not err, my beloved Brethren, every good Gift, and every per∣fect Gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of Lights, with whom there is no variableness, nor shadow of turning.p. 97
Page [unnumbered]SERM. V, VI. The Knowledge of God.
1 SAM. II.3.
The Lord is a God of Know∣ledge.
SERM. VII. The Wisdom, Glory, and Soveraignty of God.Page [unnumbered]p. 187
To the only wise God our Savi∣our, be glory and Majesty, domi∣nion and Power, now and ever.
SERM. VIII. The Wisdom of God, in the Creation of the World.
O Lord; how manifold are thy Works! in Wisdom hast thou made them all.
Page [unnumbered]SERM. IX. The Wisdom of God, in his Providence. Preached at Kensington.
1 PETER V.7.
Casting all your care upon him, for he careth for you.
Page [unnumbered]SERM. X. The Wisdom of God in the Redemption of Mankind.
1 COR. I.24.
Christ, the Power of God, and the Wisdom of God.
SERM. XI. The Justice of God in the distribution of Rewards and Pu∣nishments.Page [unnumbered]p. 305
Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?
SERM. XII. The Truth of God.
—A God of Truth.
Page [unnumbered]SERM. XIII. The Holiness of God,
1 PET. I.16.
Be ye holy, for I am holy.
ADVERTISEMENT.Page [unnumbered]SERM. XIV. Of doing Good. Being a Spital Sermon Preach'd at Christ-Church on Easter-Tuesday, April, 14th. 1691.THE Discourses of the Di∣vine Goodness, being more than can be contain'd in this Vo∣lume, are, together with those of the remaining Attributes, reserv'd for the next: But to complete this, here follows a single Sermon upon another Subject.
GALA. VI.9, 10.
Let us not be weary in well doing, for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not: As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all Men, especially unto them who are of the hous∣hold of faith.