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PREACHED AT THE
Lady MOYER's LECTURE,
Cathedral Church of St Paul, London.
IN TWO V O L U M E S.
By JEREMIAH SEED, M. A.
The FIFTH EDITION.
V O L U ME I.
H. S. Cox in Pater-nofter-Row.
than a stalled Ox, and Hatred there, with.
SE R M O N III. Domestic Love and Union recommended
PROVERBS XV. 17 Better is a Dinner of Herbs where Love
is, than 4 falled Ox, and Hatred there, with.
5! SERMON IV. The Duty of an uniform and unreserved
Obedience. In two Sermons.
St JAMES II. 10, 11. Whosoever fall keep the whole Law, and yet offend in one Point, he is guilty of
all. For be, that said, do not commit Adultery ; said also, do not kill.
SER M O N V. The Duty of an uniform and unreserved
St JAMES II. 10, II. Whosoever Mall keep the whole Law, and
yet offend in one Point, he is guilty of all.
For For be that said, do not commit Adultery Said also do not kill
SERMON VI. How far an Affluence contributes to Hap
LUKE XII. 15. A Man's Life confifteth not in the Abundance
of the Things which be posesjeth. 123
SERMON VII. The Reasons why Men act contrary to
Conviction, and their settled Principles assigned,
Romans 1. 18. Wbo hold the Truth in Unrighteousness.
Necessity of an early Application to
PROVERBS XVIII. J. Through Defire, a Man having separated himself
, seeketh and intermèddleth with Wisdom