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OF THE REVEREND
MR. JOHN FLA VEL,
Late MINISTER of the GOSPEL at Dartmouth in Devon.
IN EIGHT VOLUMES.
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
An Alphabetical TABLE of the principal Matters con-
THE EIGHT EDITION.
VO L. IV.
Printed by A. WEIR and A. M'LEAN.
Wherein the text, and context, are opened, the doctrines
Wherein the kinds, and nature, of fear are opened, and
Laying open the finful and lamentable effects of flavish
and inordinate fear, both in carnal and regenerate per-
Shewing the various uses of fear, both natural, finful, and
religious, in the government of the world by providence, 16
Wherein the Springs and causes of finful fear are fearched
out, and the evils of fuch fears thence difcovered,
Prefcribing the rules to cure our finful fears, and pre-
Anfwering the most material pleas for flavish fears, and
diffolving the common objections against courage and
Wherein the literal and real importance of the text is
confidered, the doctrine propounded, and the method of
the following difcourfe stated,
Demonftrating the first propofition, that there are times.
and feafons appointed by God for the pouring out of
his indignation upon the world,
Opening and confirming the fecond propofition, viz. That
God's own people are much concerned in, and ought to
be fuitably affected with thofe judgments that befal
Confirming the third propofition, viz. That God hath a
Special and peculiar care of his own people in the days
Evincing the fourth propofition, viz. That God usually
premonifbeth the world, efpecially his own people, of
his judgments before they befal them,
Demonftrating the fifth propofition, viz. That God's at-
tributes, promifes, and providences, are prepared for
the fecurity of his people, in the greatest diftreffes that
Opening that glorious attribute of divine faithfulness, as
a third chamber of fecurity to the people of God, in
times of diftrefs and danger,.
Opening to believers the unchangeableness of God, as a
Opening the care of God for his people in times of trou-
Opening the fixth and laft chamber, viz. The love of God,
Containing the firft ufe of the point, in feveral inform-
Twenty general OBSERVATIONS about the Rife and
Containing a full and modeft Reply to Mr. Philip Gary's
A fuccinct and feasonable Difcourfe of the Occafi-
ons, Nature, Rise, Growth, and Remedies of