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LECTURE VIII. ii. 9-20.
The guilt of the Jewish nation proved
LECTURE IX. iii. 21-31.
Man, justly condemned, is freely pardoned through the redemp-
tion that is in Christ Jesus
LECTURE X. iv. 1-8.
The nature of christian justification
The promise made to faith
The apostle's ground of confidence before God
LECTURE XIII. v. 6-11.
The mercy of God in the atonement, an argument for the continu-
ance of his mercy to the soul
LECTURE XIV. v. 12—17.
The ruin of mankind through Adam ; their restoration through
LECTURE XV. v. 18–21.
The condemnation of mankind, through the judgment of God,
compared with his mercy in their salvation
LECTURE XVI. vi. 1-11.
Baptism, a death unto sin, and a new birth unto righteousness
LECTURE XVII. vi. 12—17.'
The tyranny of sin, from which the Christian is delivered
LECTURE XVIII. vi. 18—23.
The service and the recompense of sin, and of righteousness
LECTURE XIX. vii. 1-13.
The Christian disciples not subject to the law of Moses
LECTURE XX. vii. 14–25.
The bondage of man under sin, and his deliverance through Jesus
LECTURE XXI. viii. 1-7.
The eternal safety, and spiritual character of those that are in
LECTURE XXII. viii. 8-15.
The corruption of the flesh, which is to be overcome by the Spirit
LECTURE XXIII. viii. 16, 17.
The witness of the Spirit to our adoption, as children of God
LECTURE XXIV. viii. 18–27.
The ruined state of the world, and its need of restitution
LECTURE XXV. viii. 28-30.
The merciful purpose of God towards his people
LECTURE XXVI. viii. 31-39.
The certainty of God's love towards his people,
endurance unto the end
a motive for
LECTURE XXVII. ix. 1-18.
The justice of God in rejecting the Jewish people
LECTURE XXVIII. ix. 19-33.
The justice of God in casting off the disobedient Jews, and receiv-
ing the repentant Gentiles
LECTURE XXIX. x. 1-11.
of salvation revealed in the Gospel
LECTURE XXX. x. 12-21.
The duty of preaching the gospel to the Gentiles
LECTURE XXXI. xi. 1-10.
The difference between the believing and the unbelieving Israelites
LECTURE XXXII. xi. 11-24.
The Gentiles an example of faith to the Jews, and the Jews to
the Gentiles an example of unbelief
LECTURE XXXIII. xi. 25–36.
The future faith and restoration of the Jews
LECTURE XXXIV. xii. 148.
The devotion of the heart to the service of God, the Christian
LECTURE XXXV. Xü. 9-21.
The conduct required of Christians
LECTURE XXXVI. xii. 1-7.
Obedience to civil government enjoined
LECTURE XXXVII. xiii. 8-14.
Christian love and holiness enjoined and encouraged
LECTURE XXXVIII. xiv. 1-9.
Jesus Christ, the Christian's judge and Lord
LECTURE XXXIX. xiv. 10-23.
The nature of the kingdom of God, righteousness, peace and joy
LECTURE XL. 1-7.
Christians exhorted to mutual love and forbearance
LECTURE XLI. xv. 8-13.
Joy and peace the proper result of Christian faith
LECTURE XLII. xv. 14-24.
Paul explains his purpose concerning a visit to Rome
Paul purposes to convey to Jerusalem a contribution from the
Christians of Macedonia and Achaia
LECTURE XLIV. xvi. 1-16.
The salutation of the apostle to many of the Roman Christians
LECTURE XLV. xvi. 17-27.
The brethren are warned against divisions, and commended to God.
FIRST EPISTLE TO THE CORINTHIANS.
LECTURE XLVI. i. 1-9.
Causes of thankfulness in the church at Corinth
LECTURE XLVII. i. 10–17.
Warning against divisions and parties
LECTURE XLVIII. i. 18—25.
The wisdom of the Gospel not understood by the unbeliever 245
LECTURE XLIX. ii. 26-31.
The power of God manifested in establishing the Gospel
LECTURE L. i. 148.
The atonement made by Christ the sum of Paul's preaching 254
LECTURE LI. ü. 9-16.
The doctrines of the Gospel revealed and received through the
Spirit of God
LECTURE LII. iii. 1-9.
Success in the work of the ministry dependent on the grace of
LECTURE LIII. ii. 10-15.
The danger of false teaching, and of perverting truth by error 269
LECTURE LIV. ii. 16, 17.
The Christian is made the temple of God
LECTURE LV. ii. 18—23.
God and not man the object of dignity and praise
LECTURE LVI. iv. 1-5.
A faithful stewardship referred to the judgment of God
LECTURE LVII. iv. 6—13.
The Corinthians warned against pride and self-complacency 289
LECTURE LVIII. iv. 14-21.
The Corinthians reminded of their obligations to Paul, and of his
The sin and punishment of a member of the church at Corinth 299
LECTURE LXI. vi. 1-11.
The Corinthians reminded of the holiness required of them
LECTURE LXII. vi. 12–20.
The necessity of self-denial and sanctification
LECTURE LXIII. vii. 1-17.
Instructions regarding marriage
LECTURE LXIV. vii. 18—24.
Outward circumstances not altered by the Gospel
LECTURE LXV. vii. 25-40.
Further instructions regarding marriage