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|Howe, Edgar Watson The wise boldly pick up a truth as soon as they hear it. Don'|
t wait or a moment, or you'll lose your head. - Hsueh-Dou Live truth instead of
professing it. - Hubbard, Elbert We should face reality and our past mistakes in an
|Some object that this verse says nothing in regard to professing Christians who |
live immorally but that Paul speaks of false teachers—yes, Paul speaks of ...
teachers who are supposed to teach the truth. Instead, they deny Christ in their
|Our lifestyle of godliness should be based upon the truth instead of deception. It |
is sad to say that most saints do ... We must understand, saints need to actually
live holy instead of just professing it 9(Romans 6:19). Our conformance must be ...
|... but the children of the light, which be in the relation out of the world, live in |
peace, unity, and fellowship, and comfort enjoyed in the Holy Ghost ; so all you
that profess relation in words, and envy lodgeth in your hearts against one
|And so to query and search out all such, as live not as becomes the truth of the |
gospel, and yet do profess it, so that they all may walk in it, as well as talk of it; for
none hath the heavenly comfort of it, but who do walk in it. For all the talkers of ...
|That is, the doctrines on which they live are much nearer the truth, than those |
which they profess. They deceive themselves by attaching wrong meaning to
words, and seem to reject truth when in fact they only reject their own
|necine fury of rival theologians who professed a form of godliness, but denied its |
power. ... you speak with the tongue of men and of angels ; though you dole away
all your goods, instead of your odd sixpences, to ISO TRUTHS TO LIVE BY.
|Is it right for you, a professed Christian, to advocate a doctrine which cries peace |
to the impenitent sinner, and promises him heaven at all events? which says to
drunkards, whoremongers, idolaters, and all liars, " though you live and die in ...
|All the Christian * Whilst it is allowed to have a different opinion, and to profess |
our disagreement, there is no reason to ... is not allowed, and we cannot, without
dissembling or denying the truth, live in it, then we ought to forsake that society; ...
|They are most- worthy the name of Christian* who, in the purest manner of all, |
profess the doctrine the truth of which hath ... is not allowed, and we cannot,
without dissembling or denying the truth, live in it, then we ought to forsake that