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COLLECTION

DISCOURSES,

DISSERTATIONS,

A N D

SERMONS.

In Two VOLUMES.

By the Late Reverend

JOHN JOHNSON, A. M.

Vicar of CRANBROOK in KENT.

Vol. II.

LONDON:

Printed by Edw. Cave in St. John's Lane,

for Mrs. MARY JOHNson in the Year

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Vol. II.

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* SER MON I. Preached at Canterbury School Feast.

ITH a Preface, shewing that Alpha

betical Letters were never used before Moses, and he first learned an Alphabet from God.

From pag. 3. to 53: NUMB. xi. 29. Would God that all the Lord's

People were Prophets, and that the Lord would put his Spirit upon them. p. 55.

SERMON II. Preached at a Visitation, held at Ashford in Kent, Luke xxiii. 29, 30. And I appoint unto you a

Kingdom, as the Father hath appointed unto me, that ye may eat and drink at 1y Table, in my Kingdom, and fit on twelve Thrones, judging the twelve Tribes of Israel. P: 91

SERMON III. Of the Nature and Office of the Holy Angels. Psal. ciii. 20. O Praise the Lord, je Angels of

his, ye that excel in Strength, and hearken to the Voice of his Words.

p. 133 Ņ. B. This Sermon only was prepar'd by the Author for the Press.

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SERMON IV. Of the Death and Resurrection of Christ. Acts ii. 31, 32. He seeing this before, Spake of

the Resurrection of Christ, that his Soul was not left in Hell, neither did his Flesh see Corruption. This Jesus hath God raised up, whereof we are all Witnesses.

SERMON V. Of God's extraordinary Grace towards St. Paul. I Tim. i. 14. And the Grace of God was exceed

ing abundant toward me, with Faith, and Love which is in Christ Jesus. P. 241

SERMON. VI. Of the Necessity, Hardship and Mission of

Christian Pastors. MAT. ix. 36. Pray ye therefore the Lord of the

Harvest, that he would send forth Labourers into his Harvest.

SERMON VII. Of the Religion of Times and Places. LEVIT. xix. 30. Te shall keep my Sabbaths, and

reverence my Sanctuary. I am the Lord. p. 327

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