The Whole Works of the Rev. James Hervey: In Six Volumes, Volumen6

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Thomas Tegg, 1825
 

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On his Meditations
51
On a poem entitled The Deity
53
The Christians duty and triumph ib 41 Of the Holy Scriptures
57
An instance of Christian delicacy
58
Sympathy with distress
59
A narrative of conjugal affliction
60
The Bible to be chiefly studied
61
Of sanctified afflictions
62
On the benefit of afflictions ib 48 Condolence on death
67
Of the Puritan doctrine
69
Of friendship ib 51 An hospitable turn
70
The evil of adulation
71
Christs presence at the marriage of Cana vindicated
72
Of acceptance with God si 55 Of assurance and charity
82
On the excellency of the Scriptures
85
On the Sunday Thoughts
92
Encouragement to one in affliction
93
The duty and encouragement of a gospel minister
96
On hospitality gg 61 On various subjects
100
Of Zimmermannus
104
His method of catechizing
105
Comfort under spiritual distress 10j 65 Application of salvation the work of the Divine Spirit
109
On diligence in the ministry llo 67 The laudable strife of a Christian 11
113
Of the mystic writers c
114
Of selfelevation and assurance
115
The comforts of Christianity a powerful motive to holi ness
117
A faithful minister to be encouraged
120
On Christian patience
121
On presenting his Meditations
122
On miscellaneous subjects
123
A caveat against despondency
124
On cleaving to Christ J27 81 A caveat against the fear of death
129
Comfort against the fear of judgment
132
The necessity of preaching Christ
135
On supply to a poor Christian
137
On persuasion of the divine mercy
139
The excellency of humility
140
On spiritual sloth
141
On ministerial disesteem and success
142
Comfort against reproach ift 90 On various subjects
143
The evil of unbelief
144
The felicity of communion with Christ
145
On miscellaneous subjects 14j 94 The promise of God the Christians shield
147
Deliverance from trouble matter of praise
149
Of Christ a vicarious sacrifice c
150
On boldness in Christs cause
151
On Christian conduct
153
On what is called honour
154
On his fathers distress
155
Christian humility exemplified
156
Christ the foundation of the Christians joy
158
Reconciliation to God previous to our performing holy duties
160
Of a companion for the sacrament
165
Of Taylor on Original Sin 1S6 106 On the success of books
169
On Marshall on Sanctifimtion
172
On minding religion in health
175
Sympathy in affliction
176
On obligations to a friend ii
177
Additions proposed to the Remarks on Lord Boling broke
179
A plan of Theron and Aspasio
189
A criticism on Heb vi 2
194
On various subjects
197
The difficulty of commenting on Scripture
200
On esteeming the Bible
201
On different subjects
204
On ancient history
206
Of publishing Theron and Aspasio Page 309
211
On tbe same subject
212
On the same subject
225
13G Tbe authors wishes for himself
226
Scriptural criticisms jj 138 A specimen of Houbigants criticisms
228
On tbe same subject
231
On his Tberon and Aspasio
235
Comfort and advice to two malefactors
236
Flan of a supplement to Tberon and Aspasio
241
Advice to a physician
244
On the stale of the saints after death
246
On various subjects
250
Of Saurins sermons
251
Burnhams behaviour at his death censured Tbe conversion of a libertine
252
The value of life
257
Of Marshalls book Scripture criticisms
258
On different subjects
262
On Christs ability and willingness to save
263
How to manage controversy
265
A caution against the fear of man
268
Why many learned men treat religion with indiffer ence
270
On Bogatzkys Golden Treasury
273
On not remedying some grievances and instances of plain dealing about religious concerns
274
On neglecting to preach Christ
278
Some remarks on not preaching Christ
279
Plan of a supplement to Theron and Aspasio
290
On different subjects
292
On assurance of salvation
293
A doctrinal tenet censured A character of some books
295
Character of some writings
297
On various subjects
300
Character of Greys last words of David
309
A character of some scriptural poems
311
Marshall defended fj 173 Of improving time
312
A proof of a future state of happiness Luthers hymn
313
On miscellaneous subjects
318
On the Earnest Invitation A solemn prayer suited to it
319
Comfort under afflictions A character and extract of the Battle of the Sexes
327
Of being courageous for Christ
330
On different subjects 531
333
On different subjects
335
A caution against despair
337
Gospel doctrine tends not to licentiousness Charac ter of one not fit for being a companion
340
On giving a rose to a lady
346
On different subjects 347
347
On the same subject
350
Advice to physicians
352
On different subjects
354
Scripture criticisms
355
Thoughts on the Letters on Theron and Aspasio 556
358
On different subjects
359
On the same subject 301
362
On profaning the Lords day reproof different opi nions c
363
On different subjects 3G4 196 On Mr Wesleys unfair dealing
365
On Mr Wesleys letter 307
368
On Mr Wesleys letter
369
The excellency of the knowledge of Christ
370
On a weeks preparation for the sacrament
371
On his answer to Mr Wesley
373
On the Letters on Theron and Aspasio ib 204 On Witherspoons Essay
375
Scripture criticisms
377
On Fletchers Purple Island 37 9
379
On AIsops AntiSozzo
385
A sense of the love of Christ a strong consolation against the fear of death
386
Caution against judging of mens states
387
Gospel doctrines known by their fruits
390
Jacobi Hervey de libro Jobi epistola ad Carolum Thayer
393
A translation of this letter
400
On the death of the Reverend Mr James Hervey
408
Character of Mr Herveys Writings
409

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