About this book
J. HATCHARD AND SON, 187, PICCADILLY.
I BOTSON AND PALMER, PRINTERS, SAVOY STREET, STRAND.
LECTURE I.-i. 1-3.
The DIVINITY OF THE WORD, or Son of God, declared.
Lecture 11.-i. 4, 5.
The Word declared to be the LIGHT AND LIFE OF THE SOUL OF
LECTURE III.-i. 6-11.
JOHN THE BAPTIST, a witness of the Son of God.
God REJECTED by those to whom he came.
The Son of
Lecture IV.-i. 12–13.
The PRIVILEGES of those who receive the Son, as sent of God for
their salvation. They have the provision, the education, the
inheritance of children.
Lecture V.-i. 14.
The word BECAME MAN. HIS GLORY, as seen by the apostles,
and witnessed in the world.
Lecture VI.-i. 15, 16.
The sufficieNCY OF THE Son of God to supply all the wants
of his disciples.
LECTURE VII.--. 17.
The old and new covenant contrasted. The use of TÆE LAW to
LECTURE VUIT.-;, 18.
Our KNOWLEDGE Of God derived through Jesus Christ; who
has declared his JUSTICE and his MERCY.
LECTURE IX.-i. 19-28.
Jolın Baptist's account of himself. He Baptizes.
and intent of BAPTISM.
Lecture X.-i, 29-34.
John describes Jesus as the Lamb Of God. The meaning of
that type, considered.
LECTURE XI.-. 35–51.
Andrew and Simon and others called as a POSTLES of Jesus. Es-
pecial mention of Nathanael.
LECTURE XIl.-ii. 1-11.
The first MIRACLE performed in Cana of Galilee. Reflections
LECTURE XIII.- ii. 12-25.
Jesus clears the temple of those who prophaned it, giving an
example of religious zeal.
LECTURE XIV.-ii. 1-5.
Nicodemus is assured of the necessity of REGENERATION.
GENERATION considered and illustrated.