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XX. Our Redemption

19, 20).

XXI. On the influence o

thew, vii. 15)

XXII. On the necessity

XXIII. On physical Good

XXIV. On the influence

(Philippians, iii.

SERMON I.

THE MYSTERY OF THE TRINITY NO ARGUMENT

AGAINST ITS CREDIBILITY.

Exod. III. 14.

“I am that I am."

You will remember that these were the words which the Deity made use of in characterizing his own incomprehensible and incommunicable nature, when he revealed himself to Moses in Mount Horeb; appointing him leader of the Israelites, in order that he might rescue them from the bondage of Egypt, and restore to them the lost government of Israel. I propose to consider from them, first, the incomprehensibleness of the Divine Nature ;secondly, that as under whatever mysteries it may be brought before us, it is uniformly incomprehensible, being, in every view of it whatever, equally beyond the reach of our reason—we can, therefore, have no rational grounds for disbelief.

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