The Works of Vicesimus Knox, vol. 6 (Sermons) 
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This volume contains Knox’s sermons on various passages of the Bible as well as Sermon 25 on the possibilities of perpetual peace.
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Table of Contents:
the rising generation exhorted to adopt the religion of their christian forefathers.
hope in god.
on the means and the importance of grace.
corruption of heart the source of irreligion and immorality.
against despair and suicide.
on the folly and danger of thoughtlessness.
perseverance in the religious principles taught in youth, and particularly in faith and hope, recommended.
good intentions the least fallible security for good conduct.
religion the chief concern of life.
on conformity to fashion and the customs of the world
on seeking a remedy for sorrow, in vice and dissipation.
on the duty of preventing evil, by actual coercion, as
well as by advice and remonstrance.
on pursuing visionary schemes of happiness, without attending to scripture, and revealed religion
the pride of human learning and false philosophy,
a great obstacle to the reception of christianity.
on the duty of servants.
on the wickedness and misery of envy and contention.
the cunning oe the wicked inconsistent with wisdom.
on the snares of the devil, and means of escaping them.
moderation necessary to all solid and durable enjoyment.
happiness to be found rather in the enjoyment of health and innocence, than in the successful pursuits of avarice and ambition.
on the duties of the preacher and the hearer.
on the benefits to be derived from the sight of a funeral.
a preparatory persuasive to the sacrament of the lord's supper.
[Preached at the Close of the Year.]
the prospect of perpetual and universal peace to be established on the principles of christian philanthropy.
[Preached at Brighton, Aug. 18, 1793.]
on the necessity of increasing the places of public worship on the establishment; and on the duty of supporting the objects of the philanthropic society.
[Preached at the opening of the Chapel of the Philanthropic Society, on the 9th of November, 1806.]
the support of the magdalen hospital recommended.
[Preached at the Chapel of the Magdalen Hospital on the Anniversary, 1812.]
the education of the poor recommended.
[Preached at Bedford Chapel, Bloomsbury, 1814, for the benefit of the National Schools.]