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OF THE REVEREND
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 contained in the Whole.
THE EIGHT EDITION.
Printed by A. WEIR and A. M'LEAN.
And fold at the Shop of A. WEIR, near the Cross.
The METHOD OF GRACE.
S ERMON XXVIII.
Gal. v. 24. And they that are Chrift's, have crucified the "flesh, with the affections and lufts."
SER M ΟΝ
Of the Imitation of Christ, in Holinefs of Life, and the neceffity of it in all Believers.
I John ii. 6. "He that faith he abideth in him, ought himself "alfo fo to walk, even as he walked,"
1 John ii. 6. "He that faith he abideth in him, ought himself alfo fo to walk, even as he walked,"
SER M O N XXXII.
The Condemnation of Unbelievers, opened and applied.
1 John ii. 18. " -But he that believeth not, is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the "only begotten Son of God,"
O N XXXI.
Of the State of fpiritual Death, and the Mifery thereof. Eph. v. 14. "Wherefore he faith, Awake thou that fleepest,
and arife from the dead, and Chrift fhall give thee light," 45
SERM O 'N XXXIII.
Of the Aggravation of the Sin, and Punishment of Unbelief under the Light of the Gofpel.
John iii, 19. "And this is the condemnation, that light is come
"into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light,'
The blinding Policies of Satan opened, as the Cause of
2 Cor. iv. 3, 4. "But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them
"that are loft; in whom the God of this world hath blinded
"the minds of them which believe not, left the light of the
"glorious gofpel of Chrift, who is the image of God, fhould
A TREATISE of the SOUL of MAN.
Rev. vi. 9, 10, II. "And when he had opened the fifth feal,
"I faw under the altar the fouls of them that were flain for
"the word of God, and for the teftimony which they held.
"And they cried with a loud voice, faying, How long, O
"Lord, holy and true, doft thou not judge and avenge our
"And the Lord God formed man out of the duft
"of the ground, and breathed into his noftrils the breath of
"life; and man became a living foul,"
robes were given unto every one of them, and it was faid
"unto them, that they should reft yet for a litle season,
until their fellow-fervants alfo, and their brethren, that
fhould be killed as they were, fhould be fulfilled,"
"For no man ever yet hated his own flesh; but
"nourisheth and cherisheth it, even as the Lord the
2 Pet. i. 13, 14. "Yea, I think it meet, as long as I am in this
"tabernacle, to stir you up, by putting you in remembrance.
"Knowing that fhortly I muft put off this my tabernacle,
1 Pet. iii. 19. "By which also he went and preached unto the
Matth. xvi. 26. "For what is a man profited, if he fhall gain
"the whole world, and lose his own foul? or what shall a
"man give in exchange for his foul?"