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DISCOURSES

Upon All the
COLLECTS, EPISTLES, and
Gospels, to be us'd thro-
out the Year.

PART II.

Beginning with Ascensio N-Day, and

ending with the Last Sunday after Trio

NITY.

By MATTHEW HOLE, B. D.
Prebendary of the Church of Wells, and Vicar

of Stokegursy in Somersetsbire.

I Cor. XIV, 12. latter part.
Seek that ye may excel to the Edifying of the Church.

LONDON:
Printed by 7. D. for T. VARNAM and J. OSBORN in Lom.

bard-ftreet, W. TAYLOR at the ship in Pater-nofter-Row,
H. CLEMENTS at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-yard,
and J. BROWNE without Temple-Bar. M.DCC.XVI.

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DIS C. VIII.
On the Epifle

for Tuesday in Whitsun-Week.

Acts 8. 14--17. When the Apofiles that were at Jerusalem

heard ibat Samaria had receiv'd the Word of God, &c. 61

DISC. IX.

On the Gospel for Tuesday in Whitsun-Week.

St. Jolin 10. I—Ii. Verily, verily I say unto you, He that

entreth not by the Door into the Sheepfold, &c.

69

DISC X.

On the Epistle for Trinity-Sunday:

Rev. 4. I, to the end. After this I looked, and a Door was

opened in Heaven, &c.

DISC. XI.

On the Gospel for Trinity-Sunday.

St. John 3.

116. There was a Man of the Pharisees, named

Nicodemus, a Ruler of the Jepos, &c.

85

DISC. XI.

On the Epistle for the first Sunday after Trinity.

1 John 4.7, to the end. Beloved, let us love one another ; for
Love is of God, &c.

93

DIS C. XIII.

On the Gospel for the first Sunday after Trinity:
St. Luke 16. 19, to the end. There was a certain rich Man,
who was clothed in Purple and fine Linen, &c.

DIS C. XIV.
On the Epistle for the second Sunday after Trinity.
1 John 3:13, to the end. Marvel not, my Brethren, if the World
bate you, &c.

DISC. XV.

On the Gospel for the second Sunday after Trinity.
St. Luke 14. 16-25. A certain Man made a great Supper,

and bade many, &c.

120

DISC. XVI.

On the Epistle for the third Sunday after Trinity.

1 Pet. 5.5-12. All of you be subječt one to another, and be

clothed with Humility, &c.

128

DISC. XVII.

On the Gospel for the third Sunday after Trinity.
St. I uke 15.1

11. Then drew near unto him all the Publi-

cans and Sinners for to bear him, &c.

137

DISC. XVIII.

On the Epistle for the fourth Sunday after Trinity.
Rom. 8. 1824. I reckon that the Sufferings of this present

time, are not worthy so be compared with the Glory, &c. 146

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DISC. XIX.

On the Gospel for the fourth Sunday after Trinity
St. Luke 6. 36-43. Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father
also is merciful, &c.

154
DISC. XX.
On the Epiftle for the fifth Sunday after Trinity.

1 Pet. 3.8-is. Be ye all of one mind, having compafion one

of anotber, &c.

163

DISC. XXI, .

On the Gospel for the fifth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 5. I12. It came to pass, that as the People

pressid upon him to bear the Word of God, &c.

172

DISC. XXI.

On the Epistle for the sixth Sunday after Trinity.

Rom.6.3-12. Know ye not, that so many of us as were bap-

tized into Jesus Chris, &c.

182

DISC. XXIII.

On the Gospel for the fixth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Matthew 5. 20—27. Jesus said to his Disciples, Except

your Righteousness Mall exceed that of the Scribes, &c. 190

DISC. XXIV.

On the Epistle for the seventh Sunday after Trinity.

Rom. 6. 19, to the end. 1 Speak after the manner of Men, be-

Cause of the Infirmity of your Flesh, &c.

200

DI Ś C. XXV.

On the Gospel for the seventh Sunday after Trinity.

St. Mark 8. 1-10. In those days the Multitude being very

great, and having nothing to eat, &c.

209

DI'S C. XXVI.

On the Epistle for the eighth Sunday after Trinity.

Rom.8. 12-18. Brethren, we are Debtors, not to the

Flej, to live after the Flesh, &c.

216

DISC. XXVII.

On the Gospel for the eighth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Matthew 7.15--22. Beware of false Prophets, which

come unto you in Sheeps-Clothing, &c.

223

D'ISC. XXVIII.

On the Epistle for the ninth Sunday after Trinity.

iCor.10. 1-14. Brethren, I would not that ye should be igno-

rant, how that all our Fathers were under the Cloud, &c. 233

DISC. XXIX.

On the Gospel for the ninth Sunday after Trinity.

St. Luke 16. 110. Jesus said unto his Disciples, There was

A certain rich Man, who bad a Steward, &c.

242

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