Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . s T^hemjehes by the Hands of the Chittim,that is, of the Macedonians -, which was exe-cuted under the Condud: of Alexander theGreat. Thefe were great and vaUiable Pro-phecies, and moft of them, befides their moreimmediate Referejice^ had a further View to thecoming o/Christ : And hence it is that thisHiftory of Balaam deferved the more efpe-cial Notice, and is made to fill up fo manyChapters in Moses. But when We find fuchconfiderable Prophecies delivered by the Mouthof an ungodly Man j give Go

Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . s T^hemjehes by the Hands of the Chittim,that is, of the Macedonians -, which was exe-cuted under the Condud: of Alexander theGreat. Thefe were great and vaUiable Pro-phecies, and moft of them, befides their moreimmediate Referejice^ had a further View to thecoming o/Christ : And hence it is that thisHiftory of Balaam deferved the more efpe-cial Notice, and is made to fill up fo manyChapters in Moses. But when We find fuchconfiderable Prophecies delivered by the Mouthof an ungodly Man j give Go Stock Photo
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Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . s T^hemjehes by the Hands of the Chittim, that is, of the Macedonians -, which was exe-cuted under the Condud: of Alexander theGreat. Thefe were great and vaUiable Pro-phecies, and moft of them, befides their moreimmediate Referejice^ had a further View to thecoming o/Christ : And hence it is that thisHiftory of Balaam deferved the more efpe-cial Notice, and is made to fill up fo manyChapters in Moses. But when We find fuchconfiderable Prophecies delivered by the Mouthof an ungodly Man j give God the Glory, andlet the Sham.e reft where it ought. The Pro-phecies are oi Jlanding Uje in the Church; butthe Prophet will be no Gainer by them : OurLord Himfelf has fully interpreted this Cafe, in the Words following—Many will fay to Mein that Day^ Lord^ Lordy Have we not prophe-fod in thy Name f ajjd in thy Name caji outDevils ? and in thy Name done many wo?iderfulWorks ? A?2d then will I profefs unto Them, Inever knew Ton ; depart from Me Te that workIniquity ^, , » Matt yii, 22, 23. SERMON. S E R M The Appearance of S a m u e l^ to Saulat E?2-dor, I Sam. xxviii. 15, 16. ^nd Samuel /aid to Satd^ Why hajl Thoiidifquieted Me^ to bring Me up f AndSaul anjweredj I am fore dijlrejjed forthe Philijli7ies make War againjl Me^and God is departed from Me^ a?2d ait-fwerethMe no more^ neither by Prophets^?ior by Dreams: Therefore I have calledThee^ that Thou may eft malie hiow7t U7i-to Me What I Jhall do. ThenfaidSa^nuel^wherefore then dof Thou ask of Me^ feeing the Lord is departed fro7n Thee^ and is become thine E.7te7ny ? HIS Chapter contains a mo/l ft^^^ remarkable Pafl:i2;e ofilicredStoS^l T IMil ry: Melancholy indeed it is, but^Mfe^3^ entertaining withal; and, whenJ^^ coniidered in all its Views, highly inftrudive. KIdg; Saul is here introduced^lipt 268 T^he Appearance of Sauve l, jiot in his Glory and Splendor, as when firitcalled to the Throne of I/racI, but in his De-cline

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