Solitude Sweetened: Or Miscellaneous Mediatations on Various Religious Subjects Written in Distant Parts of the World

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S. Dodge, 1811 - 418 sider
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The souls enlargement on high
21
Affliction the lot of saints below
22
Private experience
23
All plenitude in Christ to answer all the wants of his people
24
Prayer and praise
25
On a blind beggar
26
Love in saints
27
Love in God
28
Dissolution
29
The death of the wicked
30
The Traveller
31
Grace in the blush sin not ashamed 3 Going to a fair 20 23 25 27 29 30
32
The spiritual miser
75
Contradictions
76
The confusion of the wicked at the general judgment
77
Mercies abused
78
The forgiveness of injuries
79
The excellency of religion
80
Christ and none but he satisfieth desires
81
The aggrandizing visit
82
Causes of Humility
83
Harmony in Gods procedure with the church both of the Old and New Testament
84
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The world deep rooted in the affections
93
True riches
94
The casting of the scales or balances
95
MEDIT Page 34 After sickness
96
The glorious fruits of sanctified affliction
97
Frames of soul variable
98
Distance diminishes views
99
Jubilee
100
The unconcerned spectators
101
The Sabbath
102
Death a blessing to good men
103
Mercy going before God makes meeting him a mercy
104
To escape wrath should silence under all afflictions
105
The necessity of afflictions
106
Connexions
107
Saints unknown stars unseen
108
Unbelief
109
The excellent happiness of the blessed
110
Faith
111
Only a rumour heard of the triumphant state
112
Corruption
113
Philosophy
115
A wicked thing to depart from God in the least
119
Who the great man is
122
We should sleep no longer than to refresh the body
125
Our only joy in view of the world to come
127
On the scriptures
129
True joy
132
One fruit of affliction
134
Brevity of life
153
On the last day of a year
155
Saints have the greatest reason to rejoice
158
Indwelling sin
160
Events of Providence
164
More of God seen in Christ than in all the creation
167
God in Christ the study above
168
The world asleep
170
Still ignorant of God below
172
Nothing can purchase Christ from the soul
174
Torment
176
The souls growth
177
This life a vale of tears
181
The madness of the world in their choice
183
The approaching happiness of the saints
186
What we should expect and wait for 187
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238
MEDIT Page 114 Grace
287
Love and Immortality
289
Extremities
291
The astonishing portions
295
Noahs ark
297
Acquaintance
299
An argument
302
On being illused
304
The Bible a storehouse of instructions
307
Assurance
310
Our meditations cramped unless stretched beyond death
312
How to be rich in heaven
314
Revenge rejected
319
Whitsunday
325
Against murmuring at misfortunes
330
A caveat against excess of joy in prospect of any created good
332
The joy of salvation
337
On visits
338
The anguish of damnation
339
Sovereignty
341
The victory of Faith
344
The necessity of afflictions while we live
345
Gibeon making peace with Israel
347
On the authors first using glasses
350
On casting our care on God
354
The affection of a parent
356
On being created a peer
359
The singular advantages of poverty
370
A journey along the seashore
380
British statelottery
387
On the works of creation
390
A prospect of death
405
A state after death
407
A glance at the glories on the other side creation
409

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