The Servant Of The Lord Described And Vindicated; In A Sermon, Delivered At Providence Chapel, Feb. 17, 1788 by William Huntington

The Servant Of The Lord Described And Vindicated; In A Sermon, Delivered At Providence Chapel, Feb…

byWilliam Huntington

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1788. Excerpt: ... and without him? What his sensations were, under the operation? What occasion or advantage fin took by its rigorous demands? What it wrought in him, love or hatred? Whether it did bring him as a schoolmaster to Christ, or whether it drove him from him, revealing forbidding wrath, instead of attracting love and mercy? and whether he did not fly before it in his soul, as far as the very gates of hell would let him go, instead of coming by it to Christ? or to speak in scripture language, whether he did not sind an hatred to the light, and sculk from it rather than approach it, seeing it reproved him for his sinsul deeds; and try all that he fays, not only by thy judgment, but by the powersul and lively oracles of thine own conscience; for the believer has both law and gospel there, and if he cannot touch thy seelings have nothing to do with him; he has not got the law, 'tis not written on his heart, he knows nothing of righteousness, he has not passed under the rod, nor is he brought into the bond of the covenant. Pay no regard to the speech of them that are puffed up, but inquire and seel aster the power; the kingdom of God is not in word, but in power. Saints are to speak os the glory of God's kingdom, and to talk of the power; they are to make known to the sons of men the mighty acts (that have passed on their souls) and the glorious majesty of the kingdom, when Christ sets it up in their hearts. If they are strangers to these things, they are the subjects of Satan; he reigns under their veil, never was discovered by the light of God, nor cast out by his power; under a mask of religion, under the'veil of ignorance, and in the centre of an impenitent heart, the prince of darkness reigns, rules, and triumphs. Is my reader a believer in Christ? if he is, I t...

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Title:The Servant Of The Lord Described And Vindicated; In A Sermon, Delivered At Providence Chapel, Feb…Format:PaperbackDimensions:104 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:January 30, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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