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|In my dealings with people, I don't chastise, nor do I issue edicts or lay down a |
blueprint. My appointed work is to awaken the divine nature that is within. This is
my calling, to open doors of truth and make people think, to arouse others from ...
|deB [deb] Meaning: bee • Usage: English form of Deborah (see Deborah) Honey |
be in my mouth, / Affection be in my face. ... divine, the shining one, gift of God,
judge, vindicate • Usage: English form of Diana (see Deana); or English form of
Deena (see Deena) My appointed work is to awaken the divine nature that is
|This is a "ue and a natural way, therefore the letters of the Europeans are |
unnatural. ... I have prayed long to know of another place where work is neces:
sary, and in answer to my prayer, I perceive that it is God's will that I go to ...
Continuing he said:-Men and dearest friends, not that I like to depart from you; but
it is clear to me that I am Divinely appointed to work ... But my purpose in going to
Japan is to awaken the wandering people from darkness to light by preaching
|The spiritual classic Steps Toward Inner Peace is a transcript of a 1964 talk she |
gave on KPFK radio in Los Angeles, California. In that year she completed ... that
was where peace began. My appointed work is to awaken the divine nature that ...
|The divine nature never was subject to the divine nature, in any other sense than |
this, that one person, of a divine nature, covenanted ... The Father is greater than
I," in the official character which he sustains in the covenant and work of
redemption; for it is his province to appoint the Son to the office of Mediator ...
Awake, O sword, against my Shepherd, and against the man that is my fellow [or
|God" the Father (Phil 2 : 6), yet shall be delivered up to death by God "a |
determinate council and appointment. ... Awake" (as if it had been asleep, at rest),
" awake against My Shepherd" (the Messiah), described here as being " the man
... It, therefore, well expresses the relation between the Father and the Son, when
He is thought of as incarnate — in His human nature. ... So in our passage the
Lord of Hosts commands the sword to its work, remarkably recognizing the Divine
agency in ...
|On the 17th, being the first of the week, I went back to Nathan Newby's, about |
twenty miles, to a meeting appointed there ... little concerned at the first
approaches of such terrible threat- enings by an irresistible Power, though from
natural causes; ... coming on in the night, awakened the family, and some of them
were much terrified, the thunder breaking out near the house; but upon my
retiring inward, I had great peace in the good presence of the Lord, and his holy
love ejected all fears.
|I felt renewed desires to dedicate my strength to the Lord's work, who had |
blessed me with ability to travel in his service, ... under the precious canopy of
Divine love, much to my comfort and encouragement, in the work in which I was
engaged. After dining at Jacob Lindley's, we attended an appointed meeting at
London Grove, where a large number of people ... Christ leads into ; this being
comparable to the nature of the lamb, — while a departure therefrom produces
the fierceness of ...
|I fainted not nor was 1 weary, his rod and bis staff did comfort me ; he brought out |
my will unto a free submission, ... no more physic, but would apply to that holy
ordinance of God appointed by Jesus Christ, the great Physician of value, in
James, v. ... was doing my Master's work at that time in the congregation, and
towards the end of my sermon had a strong impulse ... my own behind me to pay
all my debts, and a little for the relief of God's poor, and some of my poorest
|I do not agree in that opinion," said Diesterweg; "it is high time to clear away the |
old rubbish in the church. ... Such a work of purification the Reformation
accomplished through Luther, and shall our time be refused a renewed and ...
God in Mzturr, Nature and of God (the history of Creation) ; then follows the
synthesis, I/te divine .rpirit in Immunity ... rule, in the religious teaching of children,
is no divine service for them; for that, above all things, should awaken childlike
devotion and piety.