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THREE HUNDRED OUTLINES,
SKELETONS OF SERMONS:
CHIEFLY EXTRACTED FROM VARIOUS AUTHORS.
COMPOSITION OF A SERMON.
In doctrine, shewing uncorruptness, gravity,
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But last of all, he sent unto them his Son, &c.--Matt.
Christ's Sufferings, &c. finished. He said, It is finished, &c.-John xix. 30.
The Upright triumphant.
The dying Christian's Strength, &c, For thou art my strength, &c. Ps. xxxi. 4, 5.
Man's Original Apostacy.
Christ's Ascension into Heuven.
xxiv. 50, 51.
Submission to God in Affliction. And Aaron held his peace, &c.—Levit. x. 3.
The Hypocrite's Hope.
The Christian weary of Life.
God's Consolations in Affliction. the Are consolations of God small, &c.-Job xv, 11.
The Salvation of the Righteous difficult. And if the righteous scarcely be saved, &c.--1 Peter
Christ the Shepherd of his Flock. He shall feed his flock, &c.—Isa. xl. 11.
God's Grace sufficient under Temptation. My grace is sufficient, &c.--2 Cor. xii. 9.
Death's final Destruction. The last enemy, &c.—1 Cor. xv. 26.
The Advantage of seeking the I.ord. But they that seek the Lord, &c.—Ps. xxxiv. 10.
Obedience to God's Will, a Ground of Comfort. Unless thy law had been my delight, &c.-Ps. cxix.
The Minister's parting Blessing.
Men, as Stewards to God, accountable. Give an acconnt of thy stewardship, &c.—Luke