Several discourses upon the attributes of God viz. Concerning the perfection of God. Concerning our imitation of the divine perfections. The happiness of God. The unchangeableness of God. The knowledge of God. The wisdom, glory, and soveraignty of God. The wisdom of God, in the creation of the world. The wisdom of God, in his providence. The wisdom of God, in the redemption of mankind. The justice of God, in the distribution of rewards and punishments. The truth of God. The holiness of God. To which is annexed a spital sermon, of doing good. By the most reverend Dr. John Tillotson, late Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. Being the sixth volume; published from the originals, by Raph Barker, D.D. chaplain to his grace.
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694., Barker, Ralph, 1648-1708.
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  • SERM. I. Concerning the Per∣fection of God.

    MATTH. V.48.

    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.

    MATTH. V.48.

    Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in Hea∣ven is perfect.

    p. 27
  • SERM. III. The Happiness of God.
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    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.

    p. 67
  • SERM. IV. The Unchangeable∣ness of God.

    JAMES I.17.

    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.

    p. 153, 123
  • SERM. VII. The Wisdom, Glory, and Soveraignty of God.
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    JUDE 25.

    To the only wise God our Savi∣our, be glory and Majesty, domi∣nion and Power, now and ever.

    p. 187
  • SERM. VIII. The Wisdom of God, in the Creation of the World.

    PSAL. CIV.24.

    O Lord; how manifold are thy Works! in Wisdom hast thou made them all.

    p. 219
  • 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.

    p. 243
  • 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.

    p. 275
  • SERM. XI. The Justice of God in the distribution of Rewards and Pu∣nishments.
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    GEN. XVIII.25.

    Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?

    p. 305
  • SERM. XII. The Truth of God.

    DEUT. XXXII.4.

    —A God of Truth.

    p. 337
  • Page  [unnumbered]SERM. XIII. The Holiness of God,

    1 PET. I.16.

    Be ye holy, for I am holy.

    p. 369
    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.
    Page  [unnumbered]SERM. XIV. Of doing Good. Being a Spital Sermon Preach'd at Christ-Church on Easter-Tuesday, April, 14th. 1691.

    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.

    p. 401