Memoirs and select remains of ... John Cooke [ed.] by G. Redford (Google eBook)

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Contents

Holy Watchfulness especially incumbent on Ministers
46
Union to Christ 336
52
receives a remarkable Reproof at a Friends
59
Facts and Anecdotes connected with Mr Cookes
63
o pACE 90 Excellency of the Bible 302
66
Striking Instances of Practical Deism
83
His Treatment of two Gentlemen who broke his Windows
100
Conversation with a rich Farmer in Illness
106
Anecdotes of Antinomians
113
Anecdote of the Mayor and Aldermen of Maidenhead
116
His last Illness and Death
123
Style of Preaching
129
The peculiar Traits in his Preaching
135
SELECT REMAINS HO pAO 1 On Death
145
The Gospel
150
The Holy Spirits Influences
155
4 Remarks on Prayer
157
On Meditation
164
Hints to Young Ministers
167
Excuses for Neglecting Prayer
169
How may a Christian ascertain the Design of God in his Providence
172
On Dying Daily
176
On Visiting the SickPoor
184
Diotrephes in the Church
187
Abrahams Faith
191
The Duty of Christians towards a Fallen Brother
193
Satans Cruelty
194
The Christian Sabbath
198
The Infidels Excuse
206
What was the Curse upon the Ground for Mans Sake
210
The Spirit of Christ
212
The Lying Tongue
214
The Bag
222
On Slander
234
On the Moral Excellences of the Youthful Jesus
238
The Agency of Satan as referred to in the Book of Job
241
Fickleness of Religious Professors
243
On Liberality
247
On Religious Cant
248
A Covetous Disposition
249
Churches
251
The Millennium 255
254
On Preaching
255
On Conversation
256
National Sins
260
Original Sin
261
Effects of Faith
262
Charity
263
Judas
265
Nervous Affections
268
The Advantages of putting away Conscience
269
The Theatre
271
Infidelity 275
275
Justification
276
Love of God
278
Love of the World
279
Assurance
280
Perseverance
281
Habits
282
Sin
283
On Weekday Ordinances of Religion
284
Improper Books
285
Disappointment 28
286
Peacefulness
287
The Old Serpent
288
Use and Abuse
289
Amusements
290
Selfrighteousness
291
False Delicacy
292
Death of Friends
293
Faith
294
Heaven Future
295
An Incident improved
297
Afflictions
298
Trials
299
Death of Infants
301
Brotherly Love
303
Experience in Religion
304
Character
305
The Prayerless
306
Breviary of the Gospel
307
A Death Bed
308
Prayer
309
Motives Judged
310
The Bible Society
311
Flattery
313
Praise
314
Mercy
315
False Peace 31i
316
Success no Test IJI7
317
Real Hypocrites 318
320
Trials of Ministers
321
Memorandum on the Death of his Sou aged ti years
322
Errors of the Sick Poor
325
Effects of Death on Man
326
The Missionary Cause Written soon alter llic Loss of the Missionary ship Duff
329
To Readers
334
Experience
337
The World
338
Cards
339
Imputed Righteousness
340
Antinomianism
343
Christ the Believers Life
345
Duty
349
Remarks on Philip chap iii ver 1
351
Inconsistency
359
Friends
360
The Idle Christian
361
Support of Ministers
362
The last Enemy conquered
376
Young Preachers
378
Ingratitude to Ministers
380
Improvement of Death
381
Liberty of Soul
385
A Christians Joy
386
Spiritual Conversation
389
The Spirit
390
Indecision
394
Grace at Meals
396
Spiritual Weakness
397
Communion of Saints
398
Dominion of Sense
399
Restlessness of the Wicked
400
Besetting Sins
401
Difficult Texts
402
Evil Affections
403
False Comforts in Death
404
The Grave of a Daughter
406
True end of Affliction
408
The Lords Supper
409
Neglect of the Lords Supper
413
Grace without Obedience
420
A right Temper under Trials
428
Mercy to Pardon
429
Sanctified Knowledge
430
Persevering Grace
431
The Fall
433
A quiet Conscience
435
Means of Grace
436
On keeping the Thoughts
437
Supposed Strength
438
Failures in Prayer
439
Spiritual Strength
441
Power of good and bad Thoughts
443
LETTERS NO PAM 1 To Mrs Rimell
447
Mr Rimell
449
Mrs Shropshire Mrs Cookes Mother on Mr Herveys View of Faith
451
Mrs Shropshire on the same subject
453
Mrs Shropshire on the same subject
459
a Clergyman on Baptism
463
a Young Man under Conviction Hardness of Heart and Distress of Mind on account of his Soul
466
the Rev Cornelius Winter on Ministerial Temp
468
tations
472
the Rev Mr Winter on the Influence of Reason
477
Mrs Searle
483
Mr Westbrook
485
the Rev Mr Sibree of Froome
488
Mr Langton
493
a Young Person on a Call to the Ministry
495
a Friend on Studying Sermons
497
the same
499
the same on Commentators
500
To a Student
503
a Student
505
a Student at Parnswick under the Tuition of the Rev C Winter
506
a Student at Homerton
509
the Rev Andrew Fuller
512
Mrs Searle in Affliction
513
a Minister on Liberality of Sentiment
515
an Unconverted Person in Affliction
518
Doctor Poulton
519
Mr H Kemble
521
a Friend Illustration of 1 Cor ii 9
523
a Friend on the Strivings of the Spirit
524
Sir Egerton Leigh
526
a Young Man who met with an alarming accident
528
35 a Minister Unknown on Natural and Moral
529
Admonition to an Unbeliever
531
To a Friend on Saving Faith
532
a Friend under Bereavement
534
one who had complained of Divine Providence
536
a Person who had complained of a Defective Memory
537
Mr Edwards written during a Tempest
538
Captain Wilson of the Missionary ship DufF 640
541
a Student at Cambridge University
543
Mr Bryant after the Death of Mrs Cooke
545
a Daughter
548
his Daughter Sarah in Affliction
550
the same
552
Mr Edwards
557
the same
558
the same
560
a Minister
562
a Young Man desiring the Missionary Work
565
a Friend at Maidenhead
567
the Rev J H Hinton of Reading
568
an Unitarian
571
a Backslider
573
i the same
576
a Person in a State of Despondency
577
On preparing Sermons
578
To the same
579
the same
580
a Minister unknown
581
the same
583
the same
584
To a Minister unknown
585
a Minister unknown
586
On Prayer
587
To a Person under Convictions
588
the same
590
the same
592
a Friend
593
the same
594
a Medical Practitioner
596
a Minister unknown
598
On the Death of John Wilson Esq
600

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Page 223 - My wrath is kindled against thee, and against thy two friends : for ye have not spoken of me the thing that is right, as my servant Job hath.
Page 177 - If after the manner of men I have fought with beasts at Ephesus, what advantageth it me, if the dead rise not? Let us eat and drink; for tomorrow we die.
Page 151 - Who hath measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out heaven with the span, and comprehended the dust of the earth in a measure, and weighed the mountains in scales, and the hills in a balance?
Page 96 - And in that day thou shalt say, O Lord, I will praise thee : though thou wast angry with me, thine anger is turned away, and thou comfortedst me. Behold, God is my salvation ; I will trust, and not be afraid ; for the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song ; he also is become my salvation.
Page 224 - If he turn not, he will whet his sword; he hath bent his bow, and made it ready.
Page 223 - Behold, we count them happy which endure. Ye have heard of the patience of Job, and have seen the end of the Lord; that the Lord is very pitiful, and of tender mercy.
Page 258 - A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good ; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil : for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh.
Page 509 - O Lord, I know that the way of man is not in himself: it is not in man that walketh to direct his steps.
Page 313 - From all that dwell below the skies, Let the Creator's praise arise ; Let the Redeemer's name be sung, Through every land, by every tongue. 2. Eternal are thy mercies, Lord ; Eternal truth attends thy word : Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore, Till suns shall rise and set no more.
Page 217 - And ye shall not swear by my name falsely, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God : I am the LORD.

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