Sermons on the following subjects: Elijah's prayer, that it might not rain, considered. Wherein charity excels faith and hope. The condemnation of unbelievers just. Elijah's calling down fire from heaven vindicated. The reasons why Christians should always rejoice. A defence of Elisha's curse. Faith a reasonable condition of salvation. The unbelief of the citizens of Nazareth unreasonable. Of God's not giving men hearts to perceive. Holiness the design of the Gospel. Real holiness more excellent and necessary than positive rites. Of sins of omission with respect to moral duties. Mutual love the distinguishing mark of true Christians. By Joseph Morris

Publication Date1743
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Extentxi,[25],456p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted by C. Ackers for the author; and sold by J. Noon at the White Hart in Cheapside, A. Ward at the King's Arms in Little Britain, C. Davis over against Gray's Inn Gate in Holborn, and J. Whiston at Boyle's Head in Fleet-Street

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