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|However, if we do not believe there is a devil or that he is specifically interested |
in us, then, like a sniper in war, he can target us and pick us off one ... We look
upon the enemy of our souls as a conquered foe; so he is, but only to God, not to
|27 [Moeee eai?,] “Wben tbe Lor? your Go? bringe you [tbe Ieraelitee] into tbe lan|
? you are about to enter an? occupy, be will clear away many natione abea? of
you: tbe H ittitee, ... When God delivers us from a life of sin, we must not recross
the bridge that God has brought us over. ... WE LOOK UPON THE ENEMY OF
OUR SOULS AS A CONQUERED FOE, SO HE IS, BUT ONLY TO GOD, NOT TO
|Remember the Law is the schoolmaster to bring us to Christ; Christ fulfills the |
Law. ... But after Salvation we became circumcised spiritually. ... We look upon
the enemy of our souls as a conquered foe, so he is, but only to God, not to us.
|Carlyle, Thomas Our greatest foes, and whom we must chiefly combat, are within. |
- Cervantes, Miguel De We look upon the enemy of our souls as a conquered foe,
so he is, but only to God, not to us. - Chambers, Oswald The worst tyrants are ...
|He is much stronger than we are. Who can deliver us from him ? Only God. Satan |
is strong, but God is stronger (Read Luke xi. 21, 22). So we ask the Strongest to
be on our side and to deliver us from our enemies. Instead of saying, Deliver us ...
|We certainly can refuse to indulge ourselves in what pleases us, when we know it |
displeases God. ... If we assert the contrary, is it not virtually saying 'greater are
they who are against us than He that is for us ?' But we are traitors to our own
cause ; we are conquered by our own consent ; we surrender, not so much
because the ... even in heaven, to look back on every conflict we maintained with
our grand spiritual enemy, every triumph over the world, every victory over
|The prophecies concerning the former were fulfilled in his humiliation and |
sufferings for our sake during his life upon earth, ... too jealous of his glory to
admit an associate in it, he had alone, by the might of his own arm, achieved the
conquest. ... of treading the wine press ja'symbol frequently used to denote the
just wrath of God poured out upon his enemies. ... But blessed be God, we were
not left in this sad condition : God took compassion upon us, and provided for our
|A Bible ministry, an active church, a sanctified press, the hope of the world when |
God Girds Himself for Battle By ... The enemy of souls is not easily defeated and
we shall be compelled to part with many a treasure before we have won the
victory. ... it is that they may bind up our wounds and help us to gather up a few of
the weapons we have flung away on our retreat. ... so he declared. “You need no
help from God. Do these things in your own strength!” So Satan said to you and
me as ...
|It was revealed to him, that as he had, so Christ should have many enemies, |
should prevail over them, and make his followers victorious over them all. That he
... He looks to Him as a finishing God ; As for God, he is not only perfect himself,
but his way is perfect, ver. 30. There is no ... Whoever pretends to make us happy,
there is no Rock, save our God ; none else that we can depend upon. ... That his
conquests should be easy ; As soon as they hear of me, they shall obey me, ver.
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forming a suitable ornament for the parlor. ... instance, perhaps,was Washington's
influence with the army so strikingly exemplified, as in his attack on the enemy at
Trenton. ... of us so badly shod that the blood gushed from our frozen and
lacerated feet at every tread — yet we upbraided not, ...
Washingtonobserveduswell; then did he exhort us with all the fervor of his soul, '
On yonder field to conquer, or die the ...