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III. Accepting the Pastoral Charge of the Baptist
IV. To Miss Wilkins, afterwards Mrs. Fysh, of
VI. To the Rev. James Phillips, Haverfordwest
VII. To the Rev. James Phillips
VII. To the Rev. James Phillips
IX. To Mrs. Tucker, Plymouth Dock
V. To Mrs. Fysh, of Camberwell, on the Death of
XIII. To William Hollick, Esq. of Whittlesford, near
Cambridge.-On his own Recovery from a
XIV. To Dr. Gregory.-On the Certainty attending
XV. To William Hollick, Esq.-On his Recovery
XVI. To the Rev. James Phillips
XVII. To the Church of Christ, of the Baptist Per-
suasion, in Cambridge.-On resigning the
XVIII. The Baptist Church at Cambridge to the Rev.
Robert Hall.-In Reply to the preceding. 445
XIX. To Mr. Newton Bosworth, Cambridge
XXIII. To the Rev. James Phillips
XXIV. To a Friend in Perplexity as to his Religious
XXVI. To the Rev. James Phillips
XXVII. To Ebenezer Foster, Esq. Cambridge
XXVIII. To the Rev. Josiah Hill
XXIX. To William Hollick, Esq.-On the Death of
XXX. To R. Foster, Jun. Esq. Cambridge
XXXI. To Joseph Gutteridge, Esq. Denmark Hill,
XXXVII. To Mr. Newton Bosworth, Cambridge.
XXXVIII. To my young Friends, of Mr. Edmonds's Con-
XLII. To the Rev. Dr. Fletcher of Blackburn, now of
Extract from a Letter to the Rev. W. Button . 486
To the Rev. James Phillips, Clapham.-On
Occasion of the Death of his own Son . 487
LV. To the Rev. Thomas Langdon, Leeds
LVII. To William Hollick, Esq. .
Extract from a Letter to the Rev. W. Button.
To the Rev. James Phillips.-(Extract.)
To the Rev. Thomas Grinfield, Clifton.--What
LXIII. To the Rev. Thomas Langdon
LXIV. To a Gentleman at Trinity College, Cambridge.
LXV. To Richard Foster, Jun. Esq.
LXVII. To the Rev. Thomas Langdon, of Leeds.--On
LXVIII. To the Rev. Thomas Grinfield, Clifton.-On
To Mr. J. E. Ryland. (Extract.)
To Mrs. Langdon.-On the Death of her Hus-
LXXII. To J. B. Williams, Esq. Shrewsbury
LXXIV. To Mr. J. E. Ryland.-On Dr. Ryland's Death
LXXVI. To Mr. Arthur Tozer, Bristol.-In reference
LXXX. To the Church of Christ assembling in Broad-
LXXXI. To the Rev. P. J. Saffery, of Salisbury.
LXXXIV. To Ebenezer Foster, Esq. .
LXXXV. To James Nutter, Esq., Shelford, near Cam-
19, instanced in pirates and rebels should be between 'parentheses
27, put a comma after them
13, for tetrach read tetrarch
-15, for The despond- read Witness the despond-
NOTES OF SERMONS.
ON THE BEING AND NAME OF JEHOVAH.
Exod. iii. 14.—And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM : and he said, Thus shall ye say to the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.*
I. LET us consider the import of the name; the incommunicable name.
II. The proof of his [God's] possessing the attributes included in it.
III. The probable reasons of his choosing to represent himself under this character.
I. The import of the word JEHOVAH. It comes from a word which denotes to be, to exist; and the proper import of it appears to be permanent, unchanging existence. In the word JEHOVAH is included the affixes and terminations of the future and of the past; implying that he centres within himself all past, together with all future, exist
The name I AM in the LXX. is rendered i v. In the first chapter of the Revelation of St. John, the Lord describes himself under the following * Preached at Leicester, in October 1814.