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Truth Tyranny and Despotism Universal and Particular Virtue and Vice War and
Peace Wealth Will Wisdom World Will A man can do all things if he but wills them.
|to have sent him to other nations, great, mighty, of an unknown language, but he |
sent him among Israelites: Acts xx. ... “Thou art not sent unto a people of a
strange speech, not to many:" this im lies, that if he were sent to these, he should
go willingly, ... Men's wills do harden them and ruin them: “ They will not hearken
unto thee. ... work: “ ho is sufficient for these things P" said Paul'; but when he
looked at Christ, he said, “I can do all things thro h Christ which strengtheneth me
," Phil. iv.
|We can use the power of the imagination to simulate, shock, and warn. A vivid |
vision of virtual disaster can be nearly as powerful as the real thing for reorienting
behavior and getting us back on ... A man can do all things if he but wills them.
|Does it follow that he will, therefore, be without sin, because he appears not to |
have overcome, but to have avoided sin ? Is not the true ... We also say this, that
God can do what He wills ; and that man of himself and by his own will cannot, as
you maintain, be without sin. If he can, it is idle for you now to add the word grace,
for, with such a power, he has no need of it. If, however ... For everything which
can happen must either take place in the past, the present, or the future. As to
|The two faculties are constant and are present from first to last in each and all |
things which a man thinks and does. He has them not from himself, but from the
Lord. It follows that the ... whatever he will, whether it is reasonable in itself or not.
|God is able to do what he will; but for any man, he is not able to do what he will, |
and so there is a very wide difference there. ... The Lord, indeed, can put bounds
upon their will; but when he has given them liberty to will such a thing, then he
can restrain their power;— ... If it be a thing we think impossible, why run we to a
indirect mean, who cannot do all things possible? and if it be a thing that is
|The Moral Jmpotency is of something that a man hath the natural faculty to will, or |
can do it if he would ; but is hindered only ... and no hin- derance but that he can
do the thing if he would ; And then he hath a 'Natural Impotrncy when he hath not
these ... Total Natural Impotency doth excuse before God and Man : Yea all
Natural Impotence doth excuse according to the ... properly against their Wills ; or
do them from a necessity that is without their Wills, or with which their Wills have
|The Moral Impolencu is of somethin that a man hath the natural facility to will,or |
can do it ifhe would ; but is hindered only by ... and no hinderance but that he can
do the thing if he would; And then he hath a Natural Impotenc_1/ when he hath
not these ... Total Natural Impotemju doth excuse before God and Man : Yea all
Natural lmpotencu doth excuse according to the ... to them indeed difficult, to
reconcile iialiiinistic doctrines with the notions men commonly have of justice and
|Does he maintain that God wills the salvation of all men — that it is desirable, in | |
itself considered ; but, all things considered, God does not will their salvation ? ...
No ;" the Dr. says, " if you were wise, for it would imply that your friend (if indeed
he was a friend,) was not- sincere in the invitation. ... We will present them shortly.
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