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by George Nicholson

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  The Scriptures are the voice of God to the soul of man. It is inconceivable that God would give His people a book they could not trust. He is the God of truth (KJV Dt ); Jesus is “the truth” (Jn ); and the Holy Spirit is the “Spirit is truth” (1Jn ). Jesus said of the Scriptures, “Thy Word is truth” (Jn ). BOOK IX. He instructs us that there is a kind of trinity discernible in man, who is the image of God, viz. the mind, and the knowledge by which the mind knows itself, and the love wherewith it loves both itself and its own knowledge; these three being mutually equal and of one essence. BOOK X.

And first, in that which is written in Genesis, viz., that God spoke with man whom He had formed out of the dust; if we set apart the figurative meaning, and treat it so as to place faith in the narrative even in the letter, it should appear that God then spoke with man in the appearance of a man. The book of the sacred Gospels referring the genealogy to Joseph, who was descended from David's house, has proved through him that the Virgin also was of the same tribe as David, inasmuch as the Divine law commanded that marriages should be confined to those of the same tribe: and the interpreter of the heavenly doctrines, the great apostle.

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That which the Saints of the old and new Testament principally desir'd, is the last End of acting (by right) but this the Scriptures inform us, was the Glory of God, by the following Instances or Examples, viz. of Moses who was willing rather to be blotted out of the Book that God had written, than that Israel should be de∣stroyed.

The Charles Spurgeon Sermon Collection is home to over 3, sermons written by C.H. Spurgeon () over the course of his ministry in London during the 19th century, transcribed from manuscripts edited by Emmett O'Donnell.

Another objection which has been urged against plenary or verbal inspiration is founded on the individuality of the sacred writers. The following is our answer: God speaks to man after the manner of men; and hence He uses human language, and, of course, human language with its nces: 1.

On the Fear of God The Four Last Thiungs: viz. Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell, Practically Considered and Applied in Several Discourses. The whole works of the Rev. Bates, Volume 4 Sermons on Various Subjects Dr. Bates’ Funeral Sermon A Table of Such Scriptures as are Illustrated in the Work General Index.

The Attributes of God – Source: Political Sermons of the American Founding Era:2 vols, Foreword by Ellis Sandoz (2nd ed. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, ). Vol. 3 THE ESSENTIAL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES OF PROTESTANTS. Elisha Williams BOSTON; Elisha Williams (–).

As the son of Reverend William Williams (–), a great-grandson of John Cotton and of Governor Simon Bradstreet. "Ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart." The prayer must be fervent and persevering, or it may fail of its reward.

"When prayer mounts upon the wing of fervor to God, then answers come down like lightning from God." Thus we see that "without faith it is impossible to please God." Our subject shows: 1. Several Sermons upon the Most Important Subjects of Practical Religion. 22 sermons: Three sermons on 1 John Two sermons on James Three sermons on Matthew Romans Matthew Five sermons on 1 Timothy Five sermons on Matthew Three sermons on 1.

Horae homileticae: or, Discourses digested into one continued series and forming a commentary upon every book of the Old and New Testament: to which is annexed, an improved edition of a translation of Claude's Essay on the composition of a sermon / (London: H.

Bohn, ), by Charles Simeon, Thomas Hartwell Horne, and Jean Claude (page. Albert Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible. All Scripture - This properly refers to the Old Testament, and should not be applied to any part of the New Testament, unless it can be shown that that part was then written, and was included under the general name of “the Scriptures;” compare 2 Peter But it includes the whole of the Old Testament, and is the solemn testimony of Paul that it.

Abernethy, s on various subjects: with a large preface containing the life of the author, Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Ainsworth, tions vpon the five bookes of Moses, the booke of the Psalmes, and the Song of Songs, or Canticles: vvherein the Hebrevv vvords and sentences, are compared with, and explained by the ancient Footnotes.

Upavasa here, as explained by the commentator, is used for Indriyajaya or subjugation of the senses. He who takes his meals at the proper hours is said to observe fasts. He who avoids sexual congress with other women and associates with only his wedded spouse and that at her season, is said to observe Brahmacharya.

To sell the Vedas or any kind of knowledge is a. I believe that much of our religious unbelief is due to a wrong conception of and a wrong feeling for the Scriptures of Truth. A silent God suddenly began to speak in a book and when the book was finished lapsed back into silence again forever.

Now we read the book as the record of what God said when He was for a brief time in a speaking mood. Introduction.

Inasmuch as the authority of the Christian Scriptures is a topic important to and cherished by Baptists throughout the world, one should approach its discussion with cautious reverence and humble acknowledgement that it will be difficult to give adequate expression to this subject on behalf of more than forty million Baptists in more thancongregations and some unions.

A man may have much of this learning, and yet he may miss altogether the true lessons that Scripture has to teach him. "That we, through patience and comfort of the Scriptures, might have hope"—that is the end of the highest learning which Scripture has to give us.

The Bible is the book of God, so it is the book of the future. Yes, but you must take the man as a whole, and there was a stamp and a seal upon him; there was a solemn sweetness and music in the tone, there was a completeness in the figure, taken together with the tone and the manner, which made even his delivery, such as I have described it, and though exclusively from written sermons, singularly.

The preceding notes were taken from The Excellency of the Liturgy in Four Discourses, published by Eastburn, Kirk and Company inas was the sermon. The American Prayer Book mentioned in these notes is the First American Prayer Book of A sermon preached before the House of Lords in the Abby-Church at Westminster, upon Thursday the sixteenth of April, being a day of publick thanksgiving to Almighty God for the most happy discovery and disappointment of a horrid design to assasinate His sacred Majesty, and for our deliverance from a French invasion / by Edward Lord Bishop.

41 “All believers are called upon, in the simple confidence of faith, to cast all their burdens upon Him, to trust in him for every thing, and not only to make every thing a subject of prayer, but to expect answers to their petitions which they have asked according to His will, and in the name of the Lord Jesus.” Ibid.

Sermon 2. Charity or Love, More Excellent Than Extraordinary Gifts of the Spirit. 1 Corinthians“Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.For after that, in the wisdom of God, the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe.

For the Jews require a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom; but we preach Christ crucified, unto the Jews a stumbling-block, and unto the Greeks foolishness; but unto them which are called, both.The light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ, is the treasure the apostle speaks of, that ministers have, as in earthen vessels.

2 Cor.7, For God, who commanded the light to shined out of darkness, hath shines into your hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God, in the face of Jesus Christ.