Eighty Sketches Of Sermons; Together With An Introductory Essay by Francis CloseEighty Sketches Of Sermons; Together With An Introductory Essay by Francis Close

Eighty Sketches Of Sermons; Together With An Introductory Essay

byFrancis Close

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Questo libro di storia potrebbe contenere numerosi refusi e parti di testo mancanti. Solitamente gli acquirenti hanno la possibilità di scaricare gratuitamente una copia scansionata del libro originale (senza refusi) direttamente dall'editore. Il libro è Non illustrato. 1861 edition. Estratto: ...xviii.) Sin must be subdued, the flesh crucified with its affections and lusts, or there is no salvation for us. III. How This Great Work, is To Be Accomplished: there is provision made; that which is impossible to unassisted man is possible with God! 1. There are the promises: "Having therefore these promises, let us cleanse ourselves." These are the weapons of our warfare, the implements of our toil, the machinery in the factory of holiness! The media in our laboratory--the stimulants to our duty--the assurance of our success: without them all our efforts are vain--with them nothing is impossible! 2. There are the promises generally:--Promises of sufficient grace and help. (Gal. iii. 14.) "My grace is sufficient," &c. (2 Cor. xii. 9.) "There hath no temptation taken you," &c. (1 Cor. x. 13.) "Sin shall not have dominion over you," &c. (Rom. vi. 14.) "God shall give his holy Spirit," &c "Without me ye can do nothing.".... "I can do all things through Christ," &c. Promises suited to every variation of human feeling, trial, difficulty, temptation. 3. But it is to special promises we are here directed: "Having therefore These promises," &c. What promises 1 Those he had just mentioned. (Chap. vi. 16--18.) Here is adoption, communion, fellowship with God as a Pather: freedom of access with Him--union with Him--an indwelling God--one with Him and He with us. Here is the great sanctifying principle, and here its legitimate effects, in their proper order! Being pardoned, accepted, loved of God, and become his dear children, "let us cleanse ourselves," &c. Not that we may be bis children, but because we are so! Because He forgives us, loves us, pities us, is our dear and...
Title:Eighty Sketches Of Sermons; Together With An Introductory EssayFormat:PaperbackDimensions:94 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.19 inPublished:October 14, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217711634

ISBN - 13:9780217711630