American Baptist Register, for 1852 (Google eBook)

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John Lansing Burrows
American Baptist Publication Society, 1853 - Baptists - 496 pages
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Page 348 - NOT UNTO us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto thy name give glory, for thy mercy, and for thy truth's sake.
Page 213 - I have commanded you, and lo ! I am with you alway, even to the end of the world.
Page 50 - Convention,7 as set forth in its constitution, was " to afford an opportunity to those, who may conscientiously think it their duty, to form a fund for the education of pious young men who may be called by the spirit and their churches to the Christian ministry.
Page 452 - English version, and avowed as its object " to procure and circulate the most faithful versions of the Sacred Scriptures in all languages throughout the world.
Page 50 - ... Baptists, and thereby to facilitate their union and cooperation. 2. To form and encourage plans for the revival of experimental and practical religion in the State and elsewhere. 3. To promote uniformity of sentiment and discipline. 4. To aid in giving effect to the useful plans of the Association. 5. To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously think it their duty to form a fund for the education of pious young men who may be called by the Spirit and their churches to the Christian...
Page 150 - Society was formed, the object being " to furnish occasional preaching and to promote the knowledge of evangelic truth in the new settlements in these United States ; or further, if circumstances should render it proper.
Page 424 - Resolved, that as soon as the funds will justify it, this Convention will establish in some central part of the state, a Classical and Theological School, which shall unite agricultural labor with study, and be opened for those only preparing for the ministry.
Page 50 - A constitution was adopted in which " the specific objects " are stated to be : "1. To unite the influence and pious intelligence of Georgia Baptists, and thereby to facilitate their union and cooperation. 2. To form and encourage plans for the revival of experimental and practical religion in the State and elsewhere. 3. To promote uniformity of sentiment and discipline. 4. To aid in giving effect to the useful plans of the Association. 5. To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously...
Page 430 - ... 2. It shall be open for the admission of those persons only, who give evidence of their possessing genuine piety, with suitable gifts and attainments, and of their being influenced by proper motives in wishing to pursue theological studies, and who, moreover, present certificates from the churches of which they are members, approving of their devoting themselves to the work of the ministry.
Page 106 - Let those that have set their hands to the plough, continually pray to the Lord of the harvest that he would send forth more labourers into his harvest.

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