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Of the Liberty of Moral Agents. || The Excellency of Moral Qualifi. A Virtuous Mind the best Help to
cations. understand True Religion. Of Humility. The Practice of Morality leads to Of Poverty of Spirit.
the Practice of the Gospel. Of the Virtue of Charity. The Character of a Good Man.
The Nature of Relative Duties. The Nature of Humane Actions.
The Inconsistency of the Love of How to judge of Moral Actions.
God, with the Love of the The Nature of Religious Truths. World. Of Christ's calling Sinners to Re- The Folly of mocking at Sin.
By SAMUEL CLARKE, D. D.
Late Rector of St James's, Westminster.
Published from the Author's Manuscript,
By John CLARKE, D.D. Dean of Sarum.
The Sixth EDITION.
LO N D ON: Piinted for John and Paul KNAPTON, at the Crown
in Ludgate-Street. MDCCXLIV.
Serm. III. The Practice of Mo
rality leads to the Practice of
St Joh. vi. 44.
which has sent me, draw him.
Serm., IV. The Character of a
G E N. xviii. 19.
Children, and his Houshould after. him,
Serm. V. The Nature of Hu
· St. LUK E xi. 35. Take heed therefore, that the Light which is in Thee be not Darkness,