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Understanding, right, use of, 657
Uncertainty, of human life, proverbial, 234
Unbelief, to be resisted, 150, 553
Use of the means of health, a duty, 486
Usefulness, sphere of, 253, 312

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Vacancy, religion fills up every, 14
Vagrancy of the human mind, 153
Vagrant thoughts, compared to waters rushing in, 405
Vale of tears, the world a, 293
Valley of humiliation, advantages of the, 369, 382

of death, 394
Vanity of earthly props, 296, 299
Vanity Fair, the world at large compared to, 458, 586
Variety of corrections for the people of God, 165
Vaughan, Mr. Thomas, his conversion, and death, 346
Vault, family, of George Milward, Esq., Mrs. Hawkes interred in the, 511
Venture of faith, 171, 209, 221
Ventures, daring and imprudent, 546
Victory, Lord Nelson's, 205-Lord Duncan's, 210

over the world, see sermon, 151
Virtue, one set up against another, 555
Vision, dark dispensation, 294, 533
Visiting, time wasted in, 64
Vital religion, evidence of, 525
Voice, “Let me hear thy," a prayer, 210

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Wandering mind, a loss of advantage, 51
War, the art of, to be learnt over and over by the Christian, 139

calamities of, 159
Warfare, religion a, 603
Warranted ground of consolation, 590
Warning, to those who neglect religion, 52
Watch-tower, duty of the, 128, 405, 358
Watchword, “Thy will be done,” 337
Water-floods, a comparison, 164
Waves of sorrow, 176, 190, 220
Way-marks, set up by God, 173
Weaned child, called to be as a, 383, 458
“ Weary world,” lines beginning with, 44
Weatheroak Hill, Mrs. Hawkes at, 200
West Broomwich, patronage of, 140

Mr. Cecil preaches at, 141
Wesley, Rev. John, 2, 99
Wheels of a clock, emblem of providence, 544
Will, of God, the result of his attributes, 289

a soft pillow, 108, 480
Wilberforce, Mr. quotation from, 633
“ Will be done,” Old lord, 275
Wilderness, the world compared to a, 523
Wilson, the Rev. Daniel, (Bishop of Calcutta) 324, 491, 503, 511
Winter season, figurative sense, 49
Wisdom, of God, 28

religion considered as, 534

duty of applying the heart to, sermon, 90
Witness, of the spirit, 53--for God, 610

of ministers against unprofitable hearers, 58
Witnesses, Christians considered as, 138, 272
Withdrawment, from the world, 39
Women, literary, 48
Works, evidence of faith, 527

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World, overcome by faith, 161-linked together by wants and kindnesses, 188

dangerous to launch into, 522

our suspicion of should be deep, 550
Worldly company, a trial to the godly, 95
Worm, used figuratively for melancholy, 166

provided for every gourd, 604
Wound, an accidental, 311
Wounded conscience, how cured, 577

Y
Yawning vacuum, none to the Christian, 376
Yoke, human nature unwilling to bear any, 125, 539
Young convert, dangers and conflicts of a, 422
Young persons, Mrs. H. useful to,-71,' 253
Young's Night Thoughts, quotations from, 5, 53, 154, 187, 231, 390, 523, 544
Y- - Mrs. letters to, 366, 386, 398, 400, 419, 427, 430, 479

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