Letters of Samuel Rutherford: With a Sketch of His Life and Biographical Notices of His Correspondents, Part 4

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Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1891 - Great Britain - 746 pages
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Contents

Removed from Anwoth
105
To Mr David Dickson Gods DealingsThe Bitter SweetenedNotes
110
y49 To Marion MNaught Spoiling of GoodsCall to KirkcudbrightThe
119
To Marion MNaught In the Prospect of her Husband being compiled
125
To Marion MXaught When he had been threatened with Persecution
128
To Lord Balmerinoch His happy Obligations to ChristEmptiness
139
To Mr Robert Cunningham at Holywood in Ireland Consolation
141
To William Gordon of Roberton How Trials are MisimprovedThe
154
To Marion MNaught His Comfort under Tribulations and the Piison
168
To the Laird of Moncrieff Concert in PrayerStedfastness to Christ
171
To Jean Broun The Joys of this Life embittered by SinHeaven
177
To Elizabeth Kennedy Danger of FormalityChrist wholly to be Loved
183
To the Rev John Livingstone ResignationEn joymentState of
190
To Lady Kenmure Gods Dealings with ScotlandThe Eye to
197
To Mr Alexander Colville of Blair Increasing Experience of Christs
204
To Jonet Macculloch Christs SufficiencyStedfastness in the Truth
210
To a Gentlewoman upon the death of her Husband Resignation under
217
To Lady Earlston Following Christ not EasyChildren not to
223
on Scripture
224
225 To his Parishioners Protestation of Care for their Souls and for
225
To Mr Robert Douglas Greatness of Christs Love revealed to those
230
To Mr William Dalgleish Minister of Kirkdale and Kirhmabreck
237
To William Halliday Diligence in securing Salvation
245
To John Carsen Nothing worth the Finding but Christ
251
To Mr Robert Blair Personal UnworthinessGods GracePrayer
254
To Jean Brovm His Wisdom in our TrialsRejoicing in Tribulation
257
To William Fullerton Provost of Kirkcudbright Fear not them
263
To Lady Mar Younger No Exchange for Christ
269
To Jean Gordon God the Satisfying Portion Adherence
275
To John Henderson in Rusco Continuing in ChristPreparedness
281
To Lady Robertland Afflictions purifyThe Worlds VanityChrists
282
To Patrick Carsen Early Devotedness to Christ
287
To Alexander Gordon of Earlston Hungering after Christ Himself
295
To John Stuart Provoit of Ayr The Burden of a Silenced Minister
302
To Mr Thomas Wylie Minister of Borgue Sufficiency of Divine
306
To Mr Thomas Garven Personal InsufficiencyGrace from Christ
308
To Mr David Dickson Christs Infinite Fulness
315
To John Clark Marks of Difference betwixt Christians and Reprobates
323
To Laky Culross Christs Management of TrialsWhat Faith can
337
To Alexander Gordon of Knochgray Joy in GodTrials work
353
To Believers at Aberdeen Sinful Conformity and Schismatic Designs
364
To John Bell Elder Danger of Trusting to a Name to LiveCon
427
To Alexander Gordon of Knockgray State of the ChurchBelievers
434
226 To Lady Kilconquhar The Interests of the Soul and UrgentFolly
445
To Mr James Fleming Minister of the Gospel Glory Gained to Christ
451
To Lord Lindsay of Byres The Churchs DesolationsThe End of
457
To Fulh Ellis Friends in IrelandDifficulties in ProvidenceUnfaith
464
To Lord Craighall Fear God not ManSign of Backsliding
470
To Mr John Meine Jim Christ the SameYouthful SinsNo Dis
476
To Marion MNaughl Proceedings of ParliamentPrivate Matters
482
To James Bautie Spiritual Difficulties Solved
489
To Lady Dungueich Jesus or the WorldScotlands Trials
495
To Lady Carlelon Submission to Gods WillWonders in the Love
500
To Marion MNaught Hope in TrialPrayer and Watchfulness
513
To EarUton Younger Prosperity under the CrossNeed of Sincerity
526
To Marion MNaught A Springtide of Christs Love
540
To Thomas Macculloch ofNether Ardwell Earnest Call to Diligence
548
To Robert Gordon of Knockbreck Not the Cross but Christ the Object
555
To Lady Kenmure On the Death of her ChildChrist Shares
565
To Dr Alexander Leighton Public Blessings alleviate Private Suffer
575
To Mrs Pont Prisoner at Dublin Support under Trials The
586
To John Fenwick Christ the FountainFreeness of Gods LoveFaith
593
To Peter Stirling Believers Graces all from ChristAspiration after
599
To Agnes Macmath on the Death of a Child Reason for Resignation
607
To Lady KenmureSim of the TimesPractical Atheism
613
To a Young Man in Anwoth Necessity of Godliness in its Power
615
To Barbara Hamilton On Death of her SoninLawGods Purposes
623
To a Christian Friend on the Death of his Wife God the First Cause
629
To Lady Kenmure Christ never in our DebtRiches of Christ
635
To Earlston the Elder Christs Way of Afflicting the BestObligation
642
To the Earl of Balcarras Regarding some Misunderstanding
648
To Colonel Gilbert Ker Courage in the Lords CauseDuty in regard
654
To Colonel Gilbert Ker Comfort under the Cloud hanging over Scot
662
S35 To Lady Kenmure Difference between what is Mans and Christs
663
To Lady Kenmure A Word to Cheer in Times of Darkness
671
To Colonel Gilbert Ker The State of the Land
678
To Mr John Scot at Oxnam Gloomy TimesMeans of promoting
684
To Mr John Murray Minuter at Methven A Synod Proposal
691
To Lady Kenmure on the Imprisonment of her Brother the Marquis
698
To Mr Robert Campbell Stedfastness to Protest against Prelacy
708
Index of Special Subjects
715
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