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|What impression can be hope to make upon that great, wealthy. commercial |
center. full of the slaves of mammon and ... of God, we cannot sufliclently wonder
how you can expect any good from God, who place your hopes upon a man that
was crucified. ... Looking upon this band of rude people saved by Christ, with only
a very few of the higher classes among them, ... little thing. that will not reveal
itself to sharpest eyes with the most powerful microscope before them, is so
mighty as to ...
|Psalm 77:19 says, “Your path led through the sea, your way through the mighty |
waters, though your footprints were not seen. ... So enter the rat race if you want,
but I think you'll find that those human footprints won't lead you to the great,
exciting, blessed riches of God's ... Eyes that only God can supernaturally open.
... I wanted to grow up and marry a man like those leading men and have three or
|Our eyes are red and swollen of weeping; we need God to' wipe away our tears |
and make us well and happy. ... Without a life full of God, riches mock our
longings, or poverty smites us with an unbearable curse; hope deferred makes ...
they can get; but when we observe their poor little grasping lives we find that
happiness is conspicuous there only by Us absence. O how fearful a thing it is for
men to devour the sustenance from their thin scruples until they fall to nothing; to
narrow their ...
|Behold, the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear him, upon them that hopo in his |
mercy; to deliver their soul from death, and to keep them alive in famine. ... Not
only so ; the spirit of prophecy appears, in testifying beforehand of the sufferings
of Christ and the glory that should follow. ... I will say a little about those persons
who fear the Lord and hope in his mercy. ... How blessed to feel that our Lord is
continually watching over us I He makes us know that ho is determined to save
|clear, that it needs no Proof : And all we shall do to evince farther the universal |
Extent of the Last Judgment, is only to ... Judicatures very often have great
Respect to Mens Persons, and they Hope that God will consider their Quality too,
and ... Great and Small, alas, are but comparative Terms : And every Rank and
Degree of Men appears considerable to those below ... which dazzled the Eyes
of Men here ; and when they are gone, all Men speak their Minds freely of them ;
judge their ...
|Those who follow him do find the light that leads to life. Pray for those 12,000 |
December delegates to Older Boys' Conferences, that "the vision fade not. ...
Three times the Master used the words, "lifted up" in describing his own death,
and each time attached to it a mighty result: (1) "That ... Even the weak man can
have God with him and lose his weakness in His strength. ... He looked afar with
faith's clear eye, and saw in prophetic vision a coming deliverance and a coming
|will ye die, oh house of Israel 'l" Do you think that God trifies with men, when he |
bespeaks them at this rate'l Do not these ... They import nothing of
encouragement to those that will not turn, or to them that securely and resolvedly
go on in the way of ... but it is contrary to his nature and design, to let such a soul
miscarry, be lost and perish in his sight, and under his eye, that ... I shall therefore
next God wi ling) make it my business to show of how mighty influence hope is,
towards brinfi'ng ...
|But, alas ! what would preaching do, if we could suppose it never so general, |
while the Spirit of the living God ... amongst men, without the mighty work of the
Spirit of God to prepare the way : but if there were, to how little purpose ... How
hard to alter the mind and will of a man, once set and bent already upon this or
that thing of a secular nature, that hath reference only ... If we do but cast an eye
upon this very city, it hath been wasted by judgment upon judgment : think what
the plague ...
|Those, who are God; on Earth, must die like Men ; and, after a little Fuiieral-Pomp |
is over," and they are laid in their Graves ... and Honours, which dazzl'd the Eyes
of Men here; and when they are gone, all Men speak their Minds freely of them; ...
that are in high Placer: For Mercy will soon pardon the Meanesl, but mighty Men
shall be mightily tormerited; For he, who it ... let not the poor Man think that he
shall be exempted from a future judgment, as if God had entrusled nothing with
|Did God still care about His people? ... Mary suddenly felt a strong desire to be |
secluded, so alone that she would feel only the closeness of the God she ... “God,
thank you for hearing me; thank you for blessing my life with the words of the man
with whom I will soon be one. ... With her eyes moist with tears of joy and hope,
Mary rose and lifted her head to the now visible stars. ... Little did she know that
as the heavens listened, a still, small voice answered: “And I trust you, My child.