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|dilference, as will be shewn hereafter,) stood in need of being justified. ' But not to |
rest in bare snppositions, in my farther enlargement on this head, I shall
endeavour to prove, that we all stand in need of being justified on account of the
sin of ...
|For the space of full seventy years, the temple of God and the city were doomed |
to lie waste; while those valleys and ... And not only so, but in a dispensational
sense, this, like the seven blank periods aforesaid, was not reckoned at all, being
itself a complete blank, in God's thoughts, ... doomed their land to KEEP
SABBATH FOR SEVENTY YEARS, because of their sin in not allowing it to rest in
his way, ...
|While God calls you to repent of sin, be not as the Basilisk to stop your Ear, Zech. |
7. 11. They rt-fufed to hearken, ami stopped their Ears, that they might not hear.
The V\ ord denouncerh Threatnings against sin ; but many, instead of being like ...
|Tenthly, The adulterer doth not only wrong his own soul, but doth what in him lies |
to destroy the soul of another, and so kill ... sin of adultery f Ans. I shall lay down
some directions, by way of antidote, to keep you from being infected with this sin.
Samuel Clarke, John Clarke, J. Leathley ((Dublin)) - 1751 - 494 pages
|They that are whole, have no need of the Physician, but they that arejick : I came |
not to call the Righteous, but Sinners to Repentance. ... Our Lord, having XLII.
called his Apostle Matthew from thei Receipt of Custom, and the Call being
immediately obeyed ; he thereupon ... H them S e r m. them. itt. their Sins, or
|seven, thou shouldest forgive him; but if he shall sin seventy- times and eight, it |
should then be lawful for thee not to forgive ? ... See this servant in the parable,
who being a debtor was found to have a debtor, owed ten thousand talents.
|Not favour but wrath, is our desert. To us belongeth ... The seeds of sin, which we |
had by nature, have borne much and bitter fruit. For ever adored be the riches of
thy love, that where sin abounded, grace hath much more abounded. Thou hast ...
|7 This is a significant text for a number of reasons, perhaps the most important |
being that it shows the growing importance of ... 12 As Daniel puts the matter, it is
not seventy years that have been forecast but “seventy weeks [of years]” (9:24).
|Being then about seventy years old, he married Agnes Groundolf in a chapel of |
his own, under rooms to which he retired ... the substance of a fair education for
any modern reader who does not mind being five B hundred years behind the
|But if Christ hath found thousands of sins upon sins, and hath yet forgiven all ; |
withdraw not then thy mercy, but ask the forgiveness of that large number. For it
was not without a meaning that the Lord said " seventy times seven ; " forasmuch
as there is no trespass whatever which thou oughtest ... See this servant in the
parable, who being a debtor was found to have a debtor, owed ten thousand