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Lectures on the Epistles of St. John.

Lectures on the Epistles of St. John.

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LECTURES O THE EPISTLES OF ST. JOH.BY WILLIAM LICOL,1871.PREFACE.These Lectures, delivered in Beresford Chapel andthe Iron Eoom, Upper Clapton, were taken down inshort-hand for the pages of the Latter-Raiu, throughwhich channel they have been used of Grod as ameans of enlightenment and comfort to thousandsof the Lord's people.After careful revision and considerable enlarge-ment by the Author (for which then- publicationhas been delayed), they are now sent forth in thepresent collected form, with the earnest hope andprayer that the Lord may still more abundantlyuse them for His glory, in the edification of Hisown people during this " little while," so soon tousher in the morning without clouds — the hour of His appearing, who hath promised to come to takeus" To dwell with Him, to see His face,And sing the glories of His grace."April, 1871. C. E. H.COTETS.
FIE ST EPISTLE.Lecture I.Lecture II.Lecture III.Lectuue IV.Lecture V.Lecture VI.Lecture VII.Lecture VIII.PAGE.92346597490113133SECOD AD THIRD EPISTLES.Lecture IX. .....164
THEFIRST EPISTLE OF JOH,Lecture I.HE subject of the gospel of Joliu is the Son of God. The subject of the epistle of John isthe sons of God. The whole epistle is dividedinto two parts. The first, comprising the first twochapters, shews us ilie fam'ihj with their Father, Thesecond, comprising the last three chapters, gives usthe family in their life in the world.The first of these subjects is subdivided into twoheads, or divisions. I think these aid in impressingthe matter upon the minds of those who hear.First, then, — A glance at the family together.Secondly, — A glance at the family looked at intheir different relationships, viz., fathers, youngmen, and childi-en.The first subdivision consists of four pieces, — thus :1. About the communion of the family with theirFather.2. What the character of the Being with whomthey have communion — a Being of perfect light.

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