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|We can only ask ; He must give. We begin, He accomplishes. We offer all we can |
; He supplies our deficiency, p. 1024 We say that God can do whatever he will
and that man cannot of his proper will and of himself be free from sin. If he can ...
|Omnipotent God can create a stone which he will not be able to lift; Omnipotent |
God remains omnipotent as long as he has not ... This conclusion
notwithstanding, our solution does not end the discussion of God's omnipotence.
... If man has free will, he can oppose God, i.e., he can take actions against the
will of God.
|Speak tho truth and tell no lies; deal justly As you are an impenitent sinner, |
justice does not require it. ... If man can act otherwise than what God knows he
will — is it not certain he derived such power from his Creator r It certainly is ; for "
in God ...
|For instance : should I ask a man, why he does not obey one of the plainest |
commands of God 1 why, for instance, he does not help his parents ? He might
answer, " I will not do it now ; but I will at another time." When that time, coines,
put him ...
|Isn't God awesome? Only He can do this. But remember that which you do not |
use will be taken away. Read the scripture in St. Matthew 25:15-29 where Jesus
had given one man five talents, another man two talents, and then a third man he
|After we know God's will, we can say to Him, “God, we want You to do this. ... We |
have to ask God to open our eyes to see the kind of work He is doing in this age.
... According to Genesis 2, God gave man a free will when He created him.
|Let any one man do, then, what all men think it possible for him to do, and he will |
wear upon his person the visible ... Those do not what they might, and what, in
common estimation, they can do ; and it is just because the man has put forth ...
and that if God enter into judgment with him, he will 'make him appear as one
plunged in the ditch, his righteousness as filthy nigs, and himself as an unclean
|Not to insist upon that, which yet the Text takes, notice of, that God can do all that |
man can do ; he can kill the body, ... but a little dust, and the least breath of God
can dissipate us: he hath all creatures at his command, ready to execute his will.
|man should rule, especially over the earth, but man regrettably failed. Yet all |
things did not come to an end because of the first man's fall. What God did not
obtain from the first man, Adam, He will obtain from the second man, Christ.
There was ...