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" LORD'S end in the creation ; and as it was the end of creation, it is the end of his Divine Providence. The LORD did not create the universe for his own sake, but for the sake of those with whom He will dwell in heaven... "
Modern Medicine and Bacteriological Review - Page 183
edited by - 1893
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The contrast: or, Certain doctrines of the Protestant churches, compared ...

J. C., I. C. - Religion - 1835 - 268 pages
...the end of creation,, it is the end of his Divine Providence. The Lord did not create the universe for his own sake, but for the sake of those with whom he will dwell in heaven; for spiritual love is such, that it wisheth to give what it hath to another,...
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The American National Preacher, Volumes 19-22

Sermons, American - 1845
...which his master had endured. He thus blessed God for the comforts of the Gospel ; and this he did not only for his own sake, but for the sake of those to whom he ministered. The trials and consolations which benefited him were to benefit them also through...
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Swedenborgianism reviewed

Enoch Pond - New Jerusalem Church - 1846 - 296 pages
...were created." Prov. 16 : 4. Rev. 4: 11. But Swendenhorg says, "The Lord did not create the universe for his own sake, but for the sake of those with whom he will dwell in heaven." Div. Providence, $ 27. Paul assures us, that "the invisible things of God are...
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A Compendium of the Theological and Spiritual Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg ...

Emanuel Swedenborg - Religion - 1853 - 446 pages
...the end of creation, it is the end of His Divine Providence : the Lord did not create the universe for His own sake, but for the sake of those with whom He will be in heaven ; for spiritual love is such, that it wishes to give its own to another ; and as...
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Swedenborgianism Examined

Enoch Pond - 1861 - 250 pages
...created." Prov. xvi : 4. Rev. iv : 11. But Swedenborg says, " the Lord did not create the universe for his own sake, but for the sake of those with whom he will dwell in heaven." f Paul assures us that " the invisible things of God are clearly seen, being...
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The Liturgy of the New Jerusalem Church: Respectfully Recommended to the Use ...

General Convention of the New Jerusalem in the United States of America - New Jerusalem Church - 1866 - 325 pages
...of the Lord hath for its end an heaven out of the human race. The Lord did not create the universe for his own sake, but for the sake of those with whom he will dwell in heaven. For spiritual love is such, that it desireth to give what it hath to another,...
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A humble companion to the Pilgrim's progress [of J. Bunyan] discourses

Samuel Burn, John Bunyan - 1874
...to visit, Hopeful did the same. Let us learn the lesson thus taught. Let the Christian be careful, not only for his own sake, but for the sake of those who love him and look up to him and are influenced by him, to walk unswervingly in the path which leads...
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Plain sermons on ordination and the ministry of the Church

Harvey Goodwin (bp. of Carlisle.) - 1875
...that every Christian should be blameless; doubtless every Christian should; and he should be blameless not only for his own sake, but for the sake of those few, or many, who are influenced by his character and example: but it may be said much more emphatically...
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A Compendium of the Theological Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg

Emanuel Swedenborg, Samuel Mills Warren - 1880 - 764 pages
...was the end of creation it is the end of His Divine Providence. The Lord did not create the universe for His own sake, but for the sake of those with whom He will dwell in heaven ; for spiritual love is of such a nature that it wills to •live its own to another,...
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The Quiver

1882
...men approaching. Jacob is " greatly afraid and distressed ; '' that is, he suffers agonies of alarm, not only for his own sake, but for the sake of those near and dear to him. He tloes, however, the wisest thing he could do. Ikthrows himself upon the mercy...
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