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|There is no evil that He cannot arrest. All things are in His hands. This earth is His |
rightful dominion. Yet He permits evil so that we can make choices between good
and evil. . . . Unless we do His teachings, we do not demonstrate faith in Him.
|Bach, Richard A schoolmaster should have an atmosphere of awe, and walk |
wonderingly, as if he was amazed at being himself. - Bagehot, Walter I ... Barzun,
Jacques Unless we do his teachings, we do not demonstrate faith in him. -
|having faith in His faith. It is by the faith of ... To have faith is to show we trust and |
rely upon Him, and we do not look at the circumstances. ... faith? It comes by
hearing, by reading His Word, by speaking it out of our own mouths, and by
listening to good teachings on the subject. ... He can't bless us unless we show
|that even "the gates of hell shall not prevail against them" (3 Nephi 11:39). ... Why |
is faith in Him so necessary to peace of mind in this life and hope in the world to
come? ... Unless we do His teachings, we do not demonstrate faith in Him.
|What does union of branch and vine secure f On what condition is fruitfulness |
promised ? ... For what had they been chosen ? j Teachings of the Lesson. ... The
fruit of Christ, joy, love, peace, faith, patience. ... To love him and do his will with
all our mind and heart and soul. ... No more can we keep good and bear fruit
unless we stay close to Jesus. ... Disciples should bear fruit in Christ; that is.
should show forth in conduct the results of fellowship with Christ, and should
seek to bring ...
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|The power of it can never be proved unless it is felt. The authority of it can never be supported unless it is manifest. The light of it can never be demonstrated unless it shines.ndash;H. J. Van Dyke|
|We certainly did not come here this alternoon to discuss politics; neither did we |
come expecting to be enlightened on ... this faith simply be cause we consider it
the most tenable but we have embraced it because we believe it in its entirety,
and by ... it have received the Holy Ghost, which has borne testimony to us of the
truth of the teachings tha we have accepted. ... Jesus whom we serve and being
entrusted with a missiot Tom Him, call upon all the children o nen to give heed to
|Therefore, we must "feast upon the words of Christ; for behold, the words of Christ |
will tell you all things what ye should do." (2 Ne. 32:3.) Unless we do His
teachings, we do not demonstrate faith in Him. Think what a different world this
|Compared with the excluded writings, the canonical gospels show a remarkable |
freedom from fantasy, extravagance, and superstition. ... And it is for him a
liberation not a new imprisonment. Jesus and his teaching are for Clement
primary, not the book that encapsulates them. Irenaeus and Tertullian speak also
of the Rule of Faith. Clement, I think, does not. ... Secondly, the Rule of Faith is
not yet a creed; not unless we can call such sentences as "God is Lord of all" a [
28] CLEMENT ...
|As this gentleman has enough to do to keep things straight in his ow n |
Presbyterian family, I hope he will not so repeatedly call for a notice from us: if he
do, we shall have to tell him some truths which, 1 fear, will not be so acceptable
as this compliment to his ... the teaching that the blood of Jesus is / the only
sacrifice which can take away sin; that faith in the person and mission ... We do
not think any man is sincere in raising it. unless he is in the grossest ignorance of
the whole matter.