ERMON I. Pfal. xxvii. 13. I had fainted, unless I
had believed to fee the goodness of the Lord in the land
of the living.
SERM. II. Pfal. xxxix. 13. O spare me, that I may recover
ftrength, before I go hence, and be no more.
SERM. III. Pfal. xxxiv. 10. But they that feek the Lord
fhall not want any good thing.
SERM. IV. Pfal. lxxxiii. 23. Nevertheless I am continually
with thee, thou haft holden me by my right hand. P. 57
SERM. V. Pfal. xcvii. 11. Light is fown for the righteous,
and gladness for the upright in heart.
SERM. VI. Pfal. cxvi. 7. Return unto thy reft, O my foul,
for the Lord hath dealt bountifully with thee.
SERM. VII. Pfal. cxix. 92. Unless thy law had been my de-
lights, I fhould then have perished in mine Affliction. p. 130
SERM. VIII. Cant. i. 12. While the King fitteth at his
table, my spikenard fendeth forth the Smell thereof. p. 150
SERM. IX. Cant. ii. 16. My beloved is mine, and I am his.
SERM. X. Ezek. xlvii. 11. But the miry places thereof, and
and the marishes thereof, fhall not be healed, they shall be
given to falt.
SERM. XI. Mat. xv. 21-28. Then Jefus went thence, and
departed into the coafts of Tyre and Sidon. And behold, a
woman of Canaan came out of the fame coafts, and cried
unto him, faying, have mercy on me, O Lord, thou fon of
David; my daughter is grievously vexed with a Devil.
But he answered her not a word, &c.
SERM. XII. Mat. xxii. 11, 12, 13. And when the King
came in to fee the guests, he faw there a man which had
not on a wedding-garment: And he faith unto him, friend,
how cameft thou in hither, not having on a wedding-gar-