"Sanctification - No.'s 1 - 9" ---New Window
Lectures I - IX
I. Define the meaning of the term sanctification.
II. What I understand by entire sanctification.
III. Notice the distinction between entire and permanent sanctification.
IV. Show what is not implied in entire sanctification.
V. What is implied in entire sanctification.
VI. Show that this state is attainable in this life.
VII. Answer some objections.
VIII. Show when it is attainable.
IX. How it is attainable.
of May 6, 1840
precedes the following lecture "Unbelief - No. 1".
"Unbelief - No. 1" ---New Window
I. What unbelief is.
II. Some of its developments and manifestations.
III. Its unreasonableness.
IV. Its causes or occasions.
V. Its wickedness.
"Unbelief - No. 2" ---New Window
Continued from Lecture X
of June 3, 1840
precedes the following lecture "Blessedness of Benevolence".
"Blessedness of Benevolence" ---New Window
I. What constitutes true religion.
II. Some of the elements that enter into the happiness of the true Christian.
III. Notice several forms of delusion under which multitudes are laboring.
"A Willing Mind Indispensable to a
Right Understanding of Truth" ---New Window
I. That God's promises, with their conditions, are a revelation
of the great principles of His government.
II. What is implied in a willingness to do the will of God.
III. That this state of mind is indispensable to a right understanding of the truth
IV. That this state of mind will certainly result in a right knowledge of the truth,
unless you tempt God by neglecting the means of knowledge.
"Death to Sin" ---New Window
I. The different kinds of death mentioned in the Bible.
II. What kind of death is intended here.
III. What it consists in;
IV. What is implied in it;
V. How it is effected.
"The Gospel the Savor of Life or of Death" ---New Window
I. That God has great delight in the Atonement of Christ.
II. That a full exhibition of Christ must do great good, whether men are saved or
III. That such an exhibition of Christ will produce great and manifest changes in
the character of those who hear.
IV. That God will be as truly honored in the damnation of those who reject, as in
the salvation of those who receive Christ.
The Light of the World" ---New Window
I. That the world is in great spiritual darkness.
II. That Christians, under God, are to enlighten it.
III. How they are to do this.
IV. If the world is not enlightened, it is the fault of Christians.
"Communion with God - No. 1" ---New
I. Consider the meaning of the term communion.
II. What is implied in communion with the Holy Ghost.
III. How we may know whether and when we have communion with God.
IV. The value and importance of communion with God.
V. How to secure and perpetuate it.
"Communion with God - No. 2" ---New
Continued from Lecture XVII
"Temptations Must Be Put Away" ---New Window
I. That things in themselves lawful and even important,
may, by sinful indulgences, become a cause and a source of stumbling to the soul.
II. That however dear, and even important they may be, if through abuse, they, as
a matter of fact, are the cause of our falling into bondage to sin, they must be
III. That to continue the temptation, in such cases, and expect grace to overcome
it, is to tempt God.
IV. If any form of temptation is allowed to have dominion over us, we are inevitably
and for ever lost.
"Design or Intention Constitutes Character" ---New Window
I. Notice the distinction between intention
II. The distinction between an ultimate or supreme intention and a subordinate intention.
III. Show that moral character lies mainly in the ultimate or supreme intention of
IV. Show that the moral character or those volitions and outward actions, which are
directed by the intention, is as the ultimate intention is.
V. Show when the intention is sinful.
VI. When it is holy.
VII. Show that a man's character, as distinguished from the character of any one
of his acts, is as his supreme and ultimate intention is.
"Confession of Faults" ---New Window
I. What is intended by faults in this text.
II. To whom this passage requires confession to be made.
III. The design and use of confessing faults one to another.
IV. That we are under special obligation to pray for those who confess their faults.
"Weakness of Heart" ---New Window
I. What is to be understood by the term heart, in this text.
II. What is implied in weakness of heart.
III. Mention some things that are evidences of a weak heart.
IV. Some things that cause weakness of heart.
V. The remedy for weakness of heart.
VI. What is implied in strengthening the heart.
"A Single and an Evil Eye" ---New Window
I. What is implied in singleness of eye.
II. What is implied in an evil eye.
III. That singleness of eye will insure a knowledge of truth and duty.
IV. An evil eye will insure darkness and delusion, both in regard to doctrine and
"Salvation Always Conditional" ---New Window
I. What is intended by one's thinking that he standeth.
II. Show in what such a confidence may be founded.
III. That this confidence, whatever may be its foundation, cannot secure the soul
against falling into sin and hell.
IV. That continued watchfulness and wakeful, activity of soul, are indispensable
to continued holiness and final salvation.