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|And if asked for a short definition of preaching, could we do better than shared |
story?4 The world of preaching was tilting on ... nothing seemed more
presumptuous, antiquated, irrelevant, and hopelessly authoritarian than the act of
|They who lived with them found life glad and nutritious. Life is sweet and |
tolerable only in our belief in such society. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo Nothing
preaches better than the act. - Franklin, Benjamin Well done, is better than well
|I have to pay attention to what biblical scholars write. If I had to do it over again, I |
would be a biblical scholar rather than a theologian, because there is nothing
more I would rather do than give expository preaching of the Scriptures
|Knowledge of Hellenistic religious and cultural assumptions is also useful, |
especially when working with Acts. What do ... However, a preacher can seldom
prepare for preaching on a theme by doing nothing more than reading an article
on a ...
|says Luke (Acts 2 17:32). At that point church is out. Only a few are converted and |
born againóDionysius and a woman named Damaris (Acts 17:34). These are ...
Nothing, says Acts, can defeat the Word that is empowered through the Holy
Spirit. The last word of the ... Faithful preaching is always more than a respectful
conversation between the gospel and the world as we have received it. Though it
|Containing, in Addition to Those Heretofore Published, Numberous Sermons, |
Now First Printed from the Original Manuscript; an Appendix, on What ... Nothing
is more essentially necessary to the making a man a minister, than self-
dedication to the glory of God ; nor does any thing go further to denominate a
man a good minister, than to act in pursuance of that self-dedication, by a diligent
and serious ...
Esther Chung-Kim, Todd R. Hains - 2014 - Preview
|For within a year and a half, by the preaching of the gospel, with the Spirit of |
Christ working there, Paul set a new face on this city and publicly reformed it: a ...
Nothing is more wretched than exile, according to the understanding of the flesh.
|Not that in so doing he does more than he ought; he is still acting within the |
bounds of the law of charity. ... than his preaching did: "Though I preach the
gospel, I have nothing whereof to glory; for necessity is laid upon me; yea, woe is
unto me, ...
Florence Nightingale, G?rard Vall?e, Lynn McDonald - 2003 - Preview
|Surely it is a matter far more important than staying the Great Plague or the Great |
Fire of London that error shall be stayed, that truth should ... e.g., against railway
accidents or to prevent them; the point whether God cares nothing at all about
those things being done which make ... It is more of a religious act to ''find'' [
provide] the soldiers with workshops than it is even to preach to them that ''work is
|If you should believe that it was done by Mr. Keen in order to accomplish an |
unlawful object or even a lawful act, in an ... In truth nothing was more likely to
occur; and although actually done by the hand of Mr, Keen, may be fairly imputed
to the other ... Now it does not appear from any of the testimony that 1 recollect,
that Mr. Walters intended or desired any thing more than that Mr. Connelly should