F011 example, John v. 14 Behold, thou art made whole; sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto thee. This was the language of Jesus Christ to the man whom he had just before healed of an infirmity of thirty-eight years' standing. Him Jesus now found in the temple. It is not imaginable that this meeting was fortuitous, and unfors seen to Jesus Christ: his providence, no doubt, conducted the man that way, directed him to the temple, whither he himself went to seek him. Examine, then, upon what prin ciples Jesus Christ went to seek this miserable sinner; and you will find, 1. He went in great love to the poor man he went in that same benevolence which inclined him to do good to all who had need, and in every place that he ho noured with his presence. Jesus was, as it were, a public source of benefits; his hands every where bestowed bene ficent gifts, and he even sought occasions when they did not present themselves. 2. He went by an engagement of ancient love, which he had made on behalf of this para lytic: his second favour ﬂowed from his first: nor would.