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|If he answers for heresy, he is admonished upon the oath he has taken to |
confess all his heresies, and to discover all his teachers and complices. If
theprilbner denies that he ever held any heresy, or had ever any communication
with any ...
|One who does thus, denies Christ and so denies the Father. Suitable to this there |
is a threefold confession: -1. In heart. "In all thy ways acknowledge him" (Prov. 3:5
, 6); trust not in your own wisdom. To confess him then is to trust on him and ...
Alexander Roberts - 2007 - 640 pages
|But neither will this utterance be found to be spoken universally ; for all the saved |
have confessed with the confession made ... And he has well used, with regard to
those who confess, the expression ' in Me,' and applied to those who deny the ...
|If he is in Christ, he certainly confesses in Christ, when he confesses himself a |
Christian. ... Therefore he who has denied that he is a Christian, has denied in
Christ, by denying that he is in ... For He was aware that denial is produced even
most of all by shame, that the state of the mind appears in the forehead, and that
|He rightly declares this threatening, in order that none should refuse to confess |
Him by reason of the punishment, ... He says, that those who have denied Him
are to be denied, it should be supposed that the condition of all was alike, that is,
|repeated the declaration of love for God that was demanded of him, and was |
grieved that he was tested by a third renewal of ... He who would deny all this
truth and confess Christ a creature, must first deny the apostleship of Peter, his
faith, his ...
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out the Year : In Three Parts. The First reaching from ... And he confess* d and
deny'd not, but confess' dy I am not the Christy &C. THE Gospel for this Day gives
|But the King, who from the Beginning td the End of this Affair did act like one |
enchanted, having return'd him no ... was to begin, he was strangely distracted,
whether he had best confess all, or deny all ; being certain that his Prosecutor, ...