2 edition of plain discourse on vain thoughts, which are great hindrances of men"s being saved found in the catalog.
plain discourse on vain thoughts, which are great hindrances of men"s being saved
by Printed by B. Green, for B. Eliot, and sold at his shop in King Street. in Boston in New-England
Written in English
|Other titles||Vain thoughts are great hindrances of mens [sic] being saved|
|Statement||by Nehemiah Walter M.A..|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|LC Classifications||BT740 .W35 1721|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 149,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||97144915|
Matthew For this is he, &c. — These may be the words of John himself, (comp. John ,) but it is more likely that they are the words of the evangelists; spoken of by the Prophet Esaias, saying, The voice, &c. — Isaiah, in the passage referred to, Isaiah , &c., is to be understood as speaking first, though not principally, concerning the Jews returning from the . Start studying History psy. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. The spirit of the times clearly produces great individuals and that sometimes great individuals shape the spirit of their times. it would always be possible to distinguish it from a real human being by two functional.
Saving faith is wrought by the Holy Spirit; so is a non-saving faith (Heb. ). Saving faith is produced by the Word of God; so also is a non-saving faith (Matt. , 21). Saving faith will make a man prepare for the coming of the Lord, so also will a non-saving: of both the foolish and wise virgins it is written, "then all those virgins. Matthew God has a will. This thought, familiar as it is to us, was a thought to which man by searching could not attain. God is no mere personification or idealisation of accident or destiny. God is t no mechanical setter in motion or preserver in motion of the wheel of nature or the world of being.
The idea is expressed first, and perhaps most clearly, in the writings of G. K. Chesterton. In Orthodoxy, Chesterton argues that men use long words to make up for short thoughts; the impressive words save mental labor for those “too tired or too indolent to think for themselves.”The long scientific word—on Chesterton’s example, “degeneration” as opposed to . Here is another discourse of our Saviour’s, in which he spiritualizes the feast he was invited to, which is another way of keeping up good discourse in the midst of common actions.. I. The occasion of the discourse was given by one of the guests, who, when Christ was giving rules about feasting, said to him, Blessed is he that shall eat bread in the kingdom of God (), which, .
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Vain Thoughts ARE Great Hindrances Of Mens being SAVED. DOCTRINE. THERE are Vain Thoughts in the Hearts of Sinners which are Great Hindrances of their being Saved.
A plain discourse on vain thoughts, which are great hindrances of men's being saved: from Jer. --How long shall vain thoughts lodge within thee?. [Nehemiah Walter]. OUR great object in preaching to-day will be the conversion of sinners. There is a great deal else to be done, saints want building up, comforting, and quickening; but while myriads of men remain careless until they are swept away into perdition, it becomes us to bend our main strength to the most needful work of winning souls for Jesus.
The scientific hypothesis arouses in me a fever of desire for verification. I read, write, experiment, consult experts. Everything corroborates my notion, which being then published in a book spreads from review to review and from mouth to mouth, till at last there is no doubt I am enshrined in the Pantheon of the great diviners of nature's ways.
Many good thoughts and motions may pass as strangers through a bad man's heart. And, likewise, multitudes of vain thoughts may make a thoroughfare of a plain discourse on vain thoughts heart, disturbing him in good duties, knocking on his heart to interrupt him.
On the one hand, God is that eternal Being who “chargeth His angels with folly,” and in whose sight the very “heavens are not clean.” He is One who reads thoughts and motives as well as actions, and requires “truth in the inward parts.” (Job xv.
18; xv. 15; Psa. 6.) We, on the other hand—poor blind creatures, here to-day and. Esther Lombardi, M.A., is a journalist who has covered books and literature for over twenty years.
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Men are visual, but lots of things affect how men react to that stimulation. Lust is not automatic. Or, even if it is right now for some men, it doesn’t need to stay that way.
When men are vigilant in remaining loving to their wives and focus on nurturing that love, other women have little effect on them, and when men train themselves to see. 'Six Reason Prayers Are Not Answered ' by David Wilkerson - (undated) and restlessness. Yet, it is all in vain because sin and lust have not yet been plucked out.
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North ’s Discourses upon Trade is one of the earliest attempts to theorize as a whole the workings of a market economy in England. There are two discourses: one concerning “the abatement of interest” and the other on “coyned money”. Vain thoughts, how light soever most make of them, are sinful and hurtful, and therefore we should account them hateful and dreadful, for they do not only divert the mind from that which is good, but open the door to all evil, Jer.
Though David could not say that he was free from vain thoughts, yet he could say that he hated them; he did. CHAPTER I. PRINCIPLES THAT SHOULD GOVERN IN THE INTERPRETATION OF PROPHECY. Our object in the present series of papers is to bring before our readers some results of recent studies of the prophecy of The Seventy Weeks (Daniel 9), and of the Lord's discourse on Mount Olivet (Matt M Luke 21), in which He applied and.
Woodson, Carter Godwin, Funding from the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Competition. supported the electronic publication of this title. Text scanned (OCR) by Richard Musselwhite. Images scanned by Richard Musselwhite and Sarah Reuning.
Text encoded by Sarah Reuning and Jill Kuhn. First edition, So plain and easy was the way made to this great truth of Christ being the Messiah and Saviour of the world, that the common people could not miss it; the wayfaring men, though fools, could not err therein. See Isa. It was found of them that sought it.
Paul speaks this of the Gentiles, that they became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened, their great naturalists and philosophers not excepted.
And thus the Lord complains by Isaiah of the extreme folly of His people (Isaiah ), and by Jeremiah, that their hearts are lodges of vain thoughts (Jeremiah Verse 3. And as he sat upon the Mount of Olives.Which was on the east of the city of Jerusalem F1 Bartenora in Misn.
Middot, c. sect. 3., "over against the temple", as Mark says, and where he could sit and take a full view of it; for the wall on the east side was lower than any other, and that for this reason; that when the high priest burnt the red heifer on this mount, as.
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- James Earl Jones quotes from "When I read great literature, great drama, speeches, or sermons, I feel that the human mind has not achieved anything greater than the ability to share feelings and thoughts through language.".All those who have stumbled, being unable to proceed with upright feet, go on slowly, being fatigued a long time before they come to their journey's end; so also the soul is hindered from proceeding successfully on the path which leads to piety if it has previously fallen in with any of the byroads of wickedness, for they are great hindrances to it, and the causes of its .The Passing and the Permanent in Religion: A Plain Treatment of the Great Essentials of Religion, Being a Sifting from These of Such Things as Cannot [Savage, Minot J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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